Lead RIFFs:. Bad selection. Save Cancel. Really delete this comment? Yes No. Any Old Miracle. Back When. Bury Me in a Jukebox. Nickels and Dime and Love. Where the Tail Grass Grows. More Albums. Woman Sensuous Woman. It's a love song that verges on a breakup tune. But in the grain of Gosdin 's voice, the track becomes a song of hope and redemption. One of Gosdin 's five contributions is a solid honky tonk number, "Bury Me in a Jukebox. And they certainly do here.
If there were ever a song written too late, this one was. It should have been written for George Jones and Tammy Wynette. In the voices of this pair, it's still a devastatingly beautiful country weeper that transcends the country genre and becomes simply a beautiful song. Gosdin was focused here on writing for the charts, and it is reflected in the production, but nonetheless he remains completely true to the tradition in his execution.
Gosdin would remain with Columbia for another four years, but this was the beginning of a transformation in country music that would leave him out, as it had others in his generation.
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Good G 6. Mint M 5. Near Mint NM or M- 3. Very Good VG 3. Artist see all Artist. Vern Gosdin Don Williams 1. George Jones 1. Genre see all Genre.Nickels And Dimes And Love, released in , was produced by Rick Hall in Muscle Shoals, Alabama and gave Vern his last chart single with "Back When".5/5(13).