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Heartbreak Hotel: Gonna Shake This Shack Tonight album for sale by George Jones was released Nov 21, 2011 on the Bear Family label. George Jones' name is synonymous with pure country so the very concept behind Bear Family's 2011 compilation Heartbreak Hotel: Gonna Shake This Shack Tonight might strike some as odd. Unlike so many collections of George's recordings for Starday, Mercury, and United Artists, this pushes the honky tonk to the back burner, favoring all the rockabilly and country boogie Jones cut early in his career. Heartbreak Hotel: Gonna Shake This Shack Tonight CD music contains a single disc with 35 songs. ...See Full Description
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Heartbreak Hotel: Gonna Shake This Shack Tonight songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||8599537|
|Release Date||Nov 21, 2011|
|Producer||Don Pierce; Pappy Daily; Jack Starns; Shelby Singleton Jr.; Nico Feuerbach (Reissue)|
|Recording Time||82 minutes|
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