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)
7.I'll Be Around (In All The Old Places)
9.With You (Missing You)
10.My Kinda Love
11.Ruby, Don't Take Your Love To Town
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.