Walls Can Fall

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All Music Guide - Brian Mansfield
"Wrong's What I Do Best," Jones sings in one song from Walls Can Fall, and listening to the album you almost believe he's telling the truth. Jones makes the same albums he's always made; two producers this time Emory Gordy Jr. since Billy Sherrill have failed to do more than decrease the number of novelty songs and tune up Jones' sound, which is still defined by low piano melodies and sawing fiddle. Jones continues to play off his legend: Songs like "I Don't Need Your Rockin' Chair," "Drive Me to Drink," and a cover of Merle Haggard's "The Bottle Let Me Down" sound scarier because of George's past. The thing is, wrong isn't what Jones does best. What Jones does best is ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Brian Mansfield
"Wrong's What I Do Best," Jones sings in one song from Walls Can Fall, and listening to the album you almost believe he's telling the truth. Jones makes the same albums he's always made; two producers this time Emory Gordy Jr. since Billy Sherrill have failed to do more than decrease the number of novelty songs and tune up Jones' sound, which is still defined by low piano melodies and sawing fiddle. Jones continues to play off his legend: Songs like "I Don't Need Your Rockin' Chair," "Drive Me to Drink," and a cover of Merle Haggard's "The Bottle Let Me Down" sound scarier because of George's past. The thing is, wrong isn't what Jones does best. What Jones does best is consequences, which is why "There's the Door" sounds more emotionally devastating than anything else here.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/27/1992
  • Label: Mca Nashville
  • UPC: 008811065225
  • Catalog Number: 10652
  • Sales rank: 27,369

Album Credits

Performance Credits
George Jones Primary Artist, Guitar, Vocals
Buddy Emmons Steel Guitar
Patty Loveless Background Vocals
Carol Chase Background Vocals
Steve Gibson Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar
Glen Duncan Fiddle
Stuart Duncan Fiddle
Ron Gaddis Background Vocals
Sonny Garrish Steel Guitar
Vince Gill Background Vocals
Emory Gordy Bass
Owen Hale Drums
John Hughey Steel Guitar
John Jarvis Piano
Cindy Richardson Walker Background Vocals
Hargus "Pig" Robbins Piano
Biff Watson Acoustic Guitar
Curtis Young Background Vocals
Liana Young Background Vocals
Reggie Young Electric Guitar, 6-string bass
Andrea Zonn Background Vocals
Billy Joe Walker Acoustic Guitar
Technical Credits
Clint Black Contributor
Garth Brooks Contributor
T. Graham Brown Contributor
Mark Chesnutt Contributor
Joe Diffie Contributor
Pam Tillis Contributor
Travis Tritt Contributor
Dennis Robbins Composer
Bob Bullock Engineer, overdub engineer
Emory Gordy Producer
Alan Jackson Contributor
Russ Martin overdub engineer
Glenn Meadows Mastering
Steve Tillisch overdub engineer
Frank Dycus Composer
Jim Kemp Art Direction
Mickey Braithwaite Art Direction
Gene Dobbins Composer
Bobby Boyd Composer
Mike Huffman Composer
Bill Yates Composer
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