God's Country: George Jones and Friends

God's Country: George Jones and Friends
Compilation album (Tribute album) by George Jones
Released October 17, 2006
Recorded Summer 2006
Genre Country
Length 30:80
Label Category 5 Records
Producer Billy Joe Walker, Jr.
Allen Reynolds
George Jones chronology
Hits I Missed...And One I Didn't
God's Country: George Jones and Friends
Kickin' Out the Footlights...Again
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God's Country: George Jones and Friends is an tribute album to American country music artist George Jones. Released on October 17, 2006 on the Category 5 Records label. It features several of Jones' most well-known songs, such as "White Lightnin'," and "He Stopped Loving Her Today". Various artists contributed cover versions to the album, including Vince Gill, Tanya Tucker and Sammy Kershaw. Jones also appears on this album singing the title track "God's Country", his first brand new song in five years. The album includes a behind the scenes DVD of its making. George Jones appears on the album courtesy of Bandit Records.

Track listing

Disc 1 (CD)

No. TitleWriter(s)Artist(s) Length
1. "God's Country"  Neal Coty, Jimmy MeltonGeorge Jones 2:58
2. "She Thinks I Still Care"  Dickey LeeVince Gill 3:02
3. "Walk Through This World with Me"  Kay Savage, Sandra SeamonsMark Chesnutt 2:54
4. "Window Up Above"  George JonesTanya Tucker 4:06
5. "Take Me"  Jones, Leon PaynePam Tillis 3:24
6. "White Lightning"  J. P. RichardsonJoe Diffie 2:40
7. "He Stopped Loving Her Today"  Bobby Braddock, Curly PutmanSammy Kershaw 3:19
8. "Beer Run"  Kim Williams, Amanda Williams, Keith Anderson, George Ducas, Kent BlazyGarth Brooks and George Jones 3:02
9. "Golden Ring/We're Gonna Hold On"  Braddock, Rafe VanHoy/Jones, Earl MontgomeryJoe Diffie and Shonna Faegan 4:39
10. "The One I Loved Back Then (The Corvette Song)"  Gary GentryTracy Lawrence 2:36

Disc 2 (DVD)

  1. The Making of the Album Documentary [DVD]


Chart performance

Chart (2006) Peak
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 58
U.S. Billboard Independent Albums 46
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