Uncovered: The First Recordings

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Early in Johnny Paycheck's pre-fame career, he toured as a sideman and bassist for George Jones in the early 1960s. At that time, he entered a recording studio in an attempt to secure a record deal as a solo artist. The recordings have been long forgotten and unheard until now.

The Adams Brothers, who gained notoriety in Mike Judge's Tales From The Tour Bus episode on Paycheck, produced the songs and worked as Paycheck's band. These recordings showcase Paycheck's considerable talent long before the music world took notice. Paycheck performs songs by some of Country Music's most iconic songwriters such as Cowboy Jack Clement, Mel Tillis, and Bill Anderson. Step back in time and listen to uncovered Country Music history.

Family Bible
I Thought I Heard You Calling My Name
A Girl I Used To Know
Me And My Heart And My Shoes
Long Black Limousine
Kissing You Picture (Is So Cold)
Miller's Cave
Heartbreak Eve
Format: LP
Label: Lightning Rod Records
Catalogue numbers: LRR7020

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Matrix / Runout-10-90230 / LRR7020 - A 219091M1/A
Matrix / Runout-10-90230 / LRR7020 - B 219091M2/B
Media Condition: Mint (M)
Sleeve Condition: Mint (M)

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