Sings the Songs of Dallas Frazier
|Sings the Songs of Dallas Frazier|
|Studio album by George Jones|
|George Jones chronology|
Sings the Songs of Dallas Frazier is an album by American country music artist George Jones. It was released in 1968 on the Musicor Records label. All songs on the album were written by Dallas Frazier. The list of musicians on the album is unavailable, but many sources state that Pappy Daily often used guitarist Zane Ashton among other musicians on a regular basis. This was further reinforced by the fact that both Frazier and Ashton (aka Bill Aken) did many sessions at Richie Podolor's American Recording Studio.
- "I Can't Get There from Here"
- "Looking for My Feel Good"
- "When Love Was Green"
- "Hangin' On to One and Hangin' Round the Other"
- "Half of Me Is Gone"
- "Honky Tonk Downstairs"
- "My Baby Left Her Jinglin' John for Foldin' Fred"
- "Girl I Almost Knew"
- "There Ain't No Grave Deep Enough"
- "There's Nothing Left for You"
Album – Billboard (North America)
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