- Released: April 22, 2003
- Originally Released: 2003
- Label: MCA Special Products
- 1.Where The Tall Grass Grows
- 2.Honky Tonk Myself To Death
- 3.Angels Don't Fly
- 4.You Couldn't Get The Picture
- 5.Come Home To Me
- 6.Heckel And Jeckel
- 7.I Don't Go Back Anymore
- 8.You Done Me Wrong
- 9.King Of The Mountain
- 10.She Loved A Lot In Her Time
Personnel includes: George Jones (vocals); Steve Gibson (acoustic & electric guitars, mandolin); Billy Joe Walker Jr (acoustic & electric guitars); Mark Casstevens (acoustic guitar); Weldon Myrick (steel guitar); Mark O'Connor (fiddle); Hargus "Pig" Robins (piano); David Hungate (bass); Paul Leim (drums).
Recorded in Nashville, Tennessee.
Personnel: George Jones (vocals, guitar); Cindy Richardson, Cindy Richardson Walker, Curtis Young, Dennis Wilson , Carol Chase (vocals); Billy Joe Walker (guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Chris Leuzinger, Larry Byrom, Mark Casstevens (guitar, acoustic guitar); Steve Gibson (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, mandolin, 6-string bass); John Willis (acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Billy Joe Walker, Jr. (acoustic guitar); Doyle Grisham, Weldon Myrick, Sonny Garrish, John Hughey (steel guitar); Terry McMillan (harp, harmonica, tambourine, percussion); Mark O'Connor , Rob Hajacos (fiddle); Dennis Burnside (piano, electric piano); Hargus "Pig" Robbins (piano); Eddie Bayers, Paul Leim (drums).
Audio Mixer: Bill Schnee.
Recording information: Adobe Sound Studio; Groundstar Lab; Morningstar Sound Studio; Nightingale Studio.
Photographer: Jim DeVault .
Unknown Contributor Roles: John Willis; Terry McMillan.
With the re-release of 1991's AND ALONG CAME JONES, new country fans can hear one of the greats singing superb tunes at the top of his abilities. In the midst of the neo-traditional country boom that ignited with the success of Randy Travis--who was emulating Jones to begin with--George Jones found himself in demand. After years of being considered a "classic," he was now "hot." On AND ALONG CAME JONES, he sounds hungry to prove himself again. His crack band--made up of Nashville's finest--is flawless.
There's not a poor song among the ten tunes on AND ALONG CAME JONES, and a few are as devastating as anything George ever recorded. On John Fountain's "Angels Don't Fly," Jones does what he does best on tearjerkers--he reaches into your heart, pulls it out with a pop, drops it on the floor, and stomps on it.