- Mountain Dew
- 15 Cents Is All I Got
- You'll Make Our Shack a Mansion
- Eight More Miles to Louisville
- The Bald-Headed End of a Broom
- Old Rattler
- Down in Dixie (Where They Say You All)
- East Bound Freight Train
- Time, Time, Time, Time
- Take It on out the Door
- Get Back on the Glory Road
- I'm Tying the Leaves (So They Won't Come Down)
- You Done Me Mean and Hateful
- I Don't Know Gee from Haw
- I'm My Own Grandpaw
- Chicken Don't Roost Too High
- Tragic Romance
- Daisy Dean
- Are You from Dixie?
- Five String Banjo Boogie
- How Many Biscuits Can You Eat?
- Old Rattler's Treed Again
- Grandpa's Getting Married Again
- It's Raining Here This Morning
- Our Fathers Had Religion
- Don't Sweet Talk Me
- Uncle Eff's Got the Coon
- My Little Nagging Wife
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Until a box set of his King recordings appears, 28 Greatest Hits is the best available anthology of Grandpa Jones' classic early years. Sounding like Uncle Dave Macon with an electric guitar, Grandpa Jones' King sides mixed old-timey novelties with hot Travis-picking (Merle Travis and Grandpa Jones were bandmates in the Brown's Ferry Four gospel quartet), and created an anachronistic style that kept pace with the times in its own way. Not every track is electrified, but Jones' unique update of mountain music is heard most clearly on tracks such as "Five-String Banjo Boogie" and the popular "Eight More Miles to Louisville." While most of the songs are novelties, Jones plays it straight occasionally, as on "Tragic Romance" and the couple of sacred songs. Essential music from everybody's favorite Grandpa.