A Picture of Me/Nothing Ever Hurt Me

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In the early 1970s, George Jones was an established star with more than three dozen Top 10 hits under his belt—but he was just getting started. Combining 1972’s A Picture of Me and 1973’s Nothing Ever Hurt Me, this single-CD reissue captures the moment when George met producer Billy Sherrill and the two began forging the soulfully heart-rending balladry that would eventually come to define The Possum’s musical persona. A Picture of Me is a lush showcase for George’s increasing vocal control; Nothing Ever Hurt Me finds him reaching back to his more energetic ’50s and ’60s style and reintegrating it into his arsenal.

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