Since his beginnings at Musicor, George Jones covered countless songs by Dallas Frazier -- Frazier's songs would frequently occupy more than half of an album -- so an entire album devoted to his songwriting comes as no surprise. And while the big production numbers, complete with back-up by the Jordanaires, may put off some country purists, the album serves as a true testament to both the singer and the songwriter. In light of the label's constant recycling and repackaging of material, the most surprising thing about this record is that none of the songs have appeared on any previous album.
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AllMusic Review by Chris Woodstra