After some experimentation (both failed and successful) at Musicor, George returned for a more-or-less straight honky-tonk album with If My Heart Had Windows. Though the record boasts his typical overblown late-60s production, it's kept in check for the most part. Two Top Ten hits -- the title track and "Say It's Not You" -- are included on the record, as well as the classic "Your Angel Steps Out of Heaven" and the quirky album closer "Poor Chinee."
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AllMusic Review by Chris Woodstra