- Released: March 14, 2006
- Originally Released: 1997
- Label: Collectables Records
Description by OLDIES.com:
This successful guitarist/singer/session/player/actor/ songwriter scored his biggest singles hits as a singer in the early '70s, with the Grammy-award winning "When You're Hot, You're Hot", and "Amos Moses".
- 1.When You're Hot, You're Hot
- 2.Thank You Girl
- 3.Don't Think Twice It's All Right
- 4.She Understands Me
- 5.Turned On (Instrumental)
- 6.Amos Moses
- 7.I'll Be Around (In All The Old Places)
- 8.Big Daddy
- 9.With You (Missing You)
- 10.My Kinda Love
- 11.Ruby, Don't Take Your Love To Town
- 12.Ko-Ko Joe
- 13.Another Puff
- 14.Early Morning Rain
- 15.A Brand New Day
- 16.Not As A Sweetheart (But Just As A Friend)
- 17.You'll Never Walk Alone
- 18.Stranger To Me, (Love Is) A
- 19.Country Boy's Dream
- 20.Seasons Of My Mind
- 22.Lord, Mr. Ford
2 LPs on 1 CD: WHEN YOU'RE HOT, YOU'RE HOT (1971)/KO-KO-JOE (1972).
Personnel: Jerry Reed (vocals, guitar).
To the public at large, Jerry Reed may be best known as Burt Reynolds's wise-cracking sidekick in the SMOKEY & THE BANDIT movies, but country connoisseurs know Reed as the hotshot guitarist capable of giving Chet Atkins a run for his money, and the musical bon vivant behind such lighthearted '70s hits as "When You're Hot You're Hot" and "Lord Mr. Ford." This twofer puts a pair of Reed's best albums together on one disc, including the above-mentioned hits and others, spotlighting Reed's greasy, propulsive blend of country twang and R&B grooves and revealing him as a sort of good-time second cousin of country-soul hero Tony Joe White.