I Am What I Am - George Jones

I Am What I Am

George Jones

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 1994-10-07
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 14
  • ℗ 1980 Sony Music Entertainment

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I Am What I Am ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
He Stopped Loving Her Today George Jones 3:15 USD 1.29
I've Aged Twenty Years In Five George Jones 3:16 USD 1.29
Brother to the Blues George Jones 2:49 USD 1.29
If Drinkin' Don't Kill Me (Her George Jones 3:09 USD 1.29
His Lovin' Her Is Gettin' In M George Jones 2:29 USD 1.29
I'm Not Ready Yet George Jones 2:57 USD 1.29
I'm the One She Missed Him Wit George Jones 3:00 USD 1.29
Good Hearted Woman George Jones 2:56 USD 1.29
A Hard Act to Follow George Jones 2:04 USD 1.29
Bone Dry George Jones 2:15 USD 1.29
I'm a Fool for Loving Her George Jones 3:23 USD 1.29
Am I Losing Your Memory or Min George Jones 3:32 USD 1.29
The Ghost of Another Man George Jones 3:06 USD 1.29
It's All In My Mind George Jones 2:44 USD 1.29


  • Wow

    By Acdcfan
    “It’s All In My Mind” has to be one of the most heartfelt vocal performances in history. Amazing.
  • One of George's Best

    By Remasculate podcast
    The album that brought George back into the stardom he belongs in. This album contains every sad note ever written. And George's voice delivers those notes with heart piercing accuracy. If you don't cry why you listen to this album you've never been in love, been hurt by love or been so lonely you thought you'd die George delivers the meds to help that broken heart. Listen and feel like a human again.
  • The king and legend George Jones!

    By buckduck18
    King of country music!
  • He stopped loving her today...

    By 101 review
    One of the very best songs... I can sit back and picture this song in my mind... "No show Jones" had it right on this top hit... One of his best
  • He Stopped Loving Her Today

    By angelfish2552
    One of my very favorites!!!! This one is for my first ex husband......
  • Beware

    By ShamanMan
    Every song on this album will turn you into an alcoholic - enjoy!
  • The Greatest Work Of Country's Greatest Artist

    By David Ferrell
    1980 saw the comeback recording of a man who had been known for some 25 years as THE sound of Country Music. After many personal struggles with drinking and drugs, and almost being booted from Epic (the record label he recorded for at the time), not to mention many "no shows" at concerts where he was booked (and when he did show, he had often been to boozed up to even remember the words to his own songs), but now with this recording, it seemed like George was back and all of a sudden, after a long absence from the charts, everything he recorded was going #1, starting with the beginning track to this album, the incredible "He Stopped Loving Her Today." Although, Billy Sherrill obviously overproduced the song (i.e. the soaring strings in the chorus), it was still a classic... maybe the saddest country tear jerker ever written, and Jones handled it wonderfully, milking every ounce of saddness from those heartbreaking lyrics and that resitation. One somehow felt that Jones was singing about himself in regards to Tammy, speaking of which, the follow up song, "If Drinking Don't Kill Me (Her Memory Will)" brought the same sense of a song about his own struggle to forget Tammy and drinking to try to do so. In fact, on live appearances, he would often end the song by singing "If drinking don't kill me, Tammy's memory will." The rest of the ten original tracks of this album are also top notch, and now, a little bonus, Epic/Sony has added four more bonus tracks, probably intended to be on the album, but for one reason or another, in 1980 they didn't make the cut (remember this is a time when an album with more than 10 tracks was unheard of)... but they're there now, and Jones sings the heck out of them, just as he does with any other song he wraps his amazing vocal chords around. If you don't have this album, get it. If you like Country music, I mean real country music, you'll love it! It could very well be the greatest Country album of all time.
  • The Best...It's that simple

    By Farther along
    The Best George Jones Album there is! No question about it. Where's my cold drink.