Loving You Could Never Be Better
|"Loving You Could Never Be Better"|
|Single by George Jones|
|from the album George Jones (We Can Make It)|
|B-side||"Try It You'll Like It"|
|George Jones singles chronology|
"Loving You Could Never Be Better" is a song written by Earl Montgomery, and recorded by American country music artist George Jones. It was released in April 1972 as the second single from his album George Jones (We Can Make It). The song peaked at number 2 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart. It also reached number 1 on the RPM Country Tracks chart in Canada. The song was a good example of how producer Billy Sherrill had updated the sound of Jones' records, incorporating a laid back, R&B bass line. By drawing from such unlikely and disparate musical influences as Johann Strauss and "wall of sound" rock producer Phil Spector, he gradually began embroidering his own subtle permutations on the rather predictable fabric of country record production. "I just decided I'd do it my way, and screw 'em if they didn't like it," Jones biographer Bob Allen quotes Sherrill. "Back then, the musicians had their own repertoire of stock Nashville licks and chord progressions that would work on any song. But I often wanted something different, and I'd make 'em play it."
|U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles||2|
|Canadian RPM Country Tracks||1|
"Listen to a Country Song"
by Lynn Anderson
|RPM Country Tracks
August 12, 1972
by Joyce Seamone
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