Johnny Paycheck discography

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Johnny Paycheck discography
Last Outlaw Paycheck.jpg
Paycheck as depicted on the cover of his rare 1991 album "The Last Outlaw."
Studio albums30
Compilation albums20+
Singles64
No.1 Single1

This is a detailed discography for American country music singer Johnny Paycheck. Paycheck initially recorded some singles under the name of Donny Young before releasing a few singles on Hilltop and then a string of albums with Little Darlin' Records in the mid-60s. In 1971, he signed with Epic Records and stayed with the label for over 10 years. Overall, Paycheck's discography consists of 30 studio albums (including some belated issues of previously unreleased material), 4 live albums and 1 collaborative studio album, in addition to many compilation albums. Given the obscure nature of much of Paycheck's work, sources have been added for each of the releases. Though only some could be verified via the Recording Industry Association of America's website, Paycheck's own website asserts that he accrued 6 Gold certified albums, 2 Platinum certified albums and 1 double Platinum album over his long career. [1] Johnny Paycheck's last gospel recording before he died was a duet with a young unknown Christian artist named Robert Hampton in 1992, titled "I Love My Jesus" written by Terry Parkerson. The recording was for radio airplay only, never for sale to the public. It charted nationally. The song can be heard on YouTube under Robert Hampton and Johnny Paycheck.

Studio albums

1960s

Title Album details Peak positions Notes
US Country
At Carnegie Hall
  • Release date: May 1966 [2]
  • Label: Little Darlin' Records (SLD-8001)
  • Format: LP
22
  • Paycheck's debut album, but not a live recording as the title might suggest. [3]
The Lovin' Machine
  • Release date: July 1966 [2]
  • Label: Little Darlin' Records (SLD-8003)
  • Format: LP
Gospeltime in My Fashion
  • Release date: May 1967 [2]
  • Label: Little Darlin' Records (SLD-8004)
  • Format: LP
Jukebox Charlie (And Other Songs That Make The Jukebox Play)
  • Release date: July 1967 [2]
  • Label: Little Darlin' Records (SLD-8006)
  • Format: LP
10
Country Soul
  • Release date: May 1968 [2]
  • Label: Little Darlin' Records (SLD-8010)
  • Format: LP
41
Wherever You Are
  • Release date: November 1969 [2]
  • Label: Little Darlin' Records (SLD-8023)
  • Format: LP
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

1970s

Title Album details Peak chart
positions
Notes
US Country CAN Country
Again
  • Release date: 1970 [4]
  • Label: Certron Corporation (CS-7002)
  • Format: LP
  • Paycheck's only release with Certron. Originally recorded for Little Darlin' but released through Certron after the former went out of business.
She's All I Got 5
  • Paycheck's first release with Epic Records, as well as his first collaboration with famed producer Billy Sherrill. [5] Reissued on CD by Koch Records in 2000. [6]
Someone to Give My Love To
  • Release date: May 1972 [2]
  • Label: Epic Records (KE-31449)
  • Format: LP, CD, Digital
9
  • Reissued via digital services and a double feature compilation CD. [7]
Somebody Loves Me
  • Release date: October 1972 [2]
  • Label: Epic Records (KE-31707)
  • Format: LP, CD, Digital
16
  • Reissued via digital services and a double feature compilation CD. [8]
Heartbreak, Tenn.
  • Release date: 1972 [9]
  • Label: Hilltop (JS-6124)
  • Format: LP
  • Contains previously unreleased studio material that was recorded anywhere from 1964 to 1966. [9]
Mr. Lovemaker
  • Release date: June 1973 [2]
  • Label: Epic Records (KE-32387)
  • Format: LP
12
  • Despite the numerous compilations of the same name, Mr. Lovemaker has not been reissued on any modern format. [10]
Song & Dance Man
  • Release date: December 1973 [2]
  • Label: Epic Records (KE-32570)
  • Format: LP
16
  • Despite the compilation of the same name, this album hasn't been reissued on any modern format. [11]
Loving You Beats All I've Ever Seen
  • Release date: March 1975 [2]
  • Label: Epic Records (KE-33354)
  • Format: LP
11 Months and 29 Days
  • Release date: October 1976 [2]
  • Label: Epic Records (KE-33943)
  • Format: LP, CD
40
  • Paycheck's first "outlaw" album. Reissued via a double feature compilation CD. [12] [13]
Slide Off of Your Satin Sheets
  • Release date: May 1977 [2]
  • Label: Epic Records (KE-34693)
  • Format: LP, CD
22
  • Reissued via a double feature compilation CD. [12]
Take This Job and Shove It [A]
  • Release date: November 1977 [2]
  • Label: Epic Records (KE-35045)
  • Format: LP, CD, Digital
2
  • Certified Platinum by the RIAA in the US for sales in excess of 1,000,000. [14] Despite the many compilations of the same name, the original studio album has only been reissued via digital services and a double feature compilation CD. [15]
Armed and Crazy
  • Release date: November 1978 [2]
  • Label: Epic Records (KE-35444)
  • Format: LP, CD, Digital
15 12
  • Reissued via digital services and a double feature compilation CD. [16]
Bars - Booze - Blondes
  • Release date: June 1979 [2]
  • Label: Little Darlin' Records (SP-10979)
  • Format: LP
  • Composed of unreleased Little Darlin' material that was issued after Paycheck became successful with Epic, in addition to some previously released songs. [17]
Everybody's Got A Family... Meet Mine
  • Release date: December 1979 [2]
  • Label: Epic Records (JE-36200)
  • Format: LP
42 17
  • First album to have musician credits. [18]
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

1980s

Title Album details Peak positions Notes
US Country
Mr. Hag Told My Story (with The Strangers)
  • Release date: March 1981 [2]
  • Label: Epic Records (JE-36761)
  • Format: LP, CD
40
  • Reissued on CD by Koch in 1998. It has since gone out of print. [19]
Lovers & Losers
  • Release date: March 1982 [2]
  • Label: Epic Records (FE-37933)
  • Format: LP
  • Paycheck's final studio album release on Epic Records.
I Don't Need To Know That Right Now
  • Release date: 1983 [2]
  • Label: Allegiance (AV-435)
  • Contains new tracks as well as re-recordings of "Georgia in a Jug," " She's All I Got," "Song & Dance Man," " Take This Job and Shove It," "Slide Off of Your Satin Sheets," and "Somebody Loves Me." Reissued as The Happy Hour on digital music services. [20]
Modern Times 54
  • Paycheck's only release for Mercury. One of Paycheck's rarest releases, having not been reissued in any modern format.
Outlaw At the Cross
  • Release date: November 1, 1988 [21]
  • Label: Damascus To the Cross Records (JP-1001)
  • Format: LP, Digital
  • A new set of gospel tunes recorded by Paycheck. The royalties from the album were donated to a Los Angeles-based charity to help children with AIDS. [21] Reissued as Gospel on Pretty World Records in 2010. [22]
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

1990s and 2000s

Title Album details Notes
The Last Outlaw
  • The rarest studio work of Paycheck's discography. Only sold at concerts. Features George Jones on the title track. [24]
The Difference in Me
  • Release date: October 1, 1993 [25]
  • Label: Playback Records
  • Format: CD, Digital
  • Features re-recordings of Paycheck's hits "Old Violin" and "Take This Job and Shove It" as well as eight new recordings. [26]
Tribute to George Jones
  • Release date: May 16, 1996 [27]
  • Label: K-tel
  • Format: CD, Digital
  • Reissued both as Sings George Jones and The Race is On with different track orders. [28] [29]
I'm a Survivor
  • Recorded in the mid-1980s but not released until almost ten years later. Reissued as Survivor on Hitman Records in 2001 with inferior audio quality. [31]
Studio 102 Essentials
  • Release date: May 20, 2008 [32]
  • Label: Suite 102
  • Format: Digital
  • Contains 30 previously unreleased studio recordings, mostly covers and a few re-recorded Paycheck songs. These sessions have been compiled into the compilations The Collection, I'll Take That Paycheck Now and Paycheck Time. [33] [34] [35]

Collaborative albums

Title Album details Peak positions Notes
US Country
Double Trouble
(with George Jones)
  • Release date: June 1980 [2]
  • Label: Epic Records (JE-35783)
  • Format: LP, CD, Digital
45
  • Reissued by Razor & Tie on CD in 1996, but the release has since gone out of print. [36] Also available via digital services. [37]
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

Live albums

Title Album details Peak positions Notes
US Country
New York Town: Recorded Live at the Lone Star Cafe
  • Release date: 1980 [2]
  • Label: Epic Records (JE-36496)
  • Format: LP
48
Live in Branson, MO, U.S.A.
  • Release date: 1993 [39]
  • Label: LaserLight Records (#12136)
  • Format: CD
Live at Gilley's
Live at the Palomino
  • Release date: November 1, 2011 [44]
  • Label: Vintage Masters Inc.
  • Format: CD, Digital
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

Compilation albums

Title Album details Peak positions Notes
US Country
Johnny Paycheck's Greatest Hits
  • Release date: December 1968 [2]
  • Label: Little Darlin' Records (SLD-8012)
42
Johnny Paycheck's Greatest Hits
  • Release date: July 1974 [2]
  • Label: Epic Records (KE-33091)
21
At His Best
  • Release date: 1975
  • Label: Power Pak/Gusto
Johnny Paycheck's Greatest Hits, Vol. 2
  • Release date: October 1978 [2]
  • Label: Epic Records (JE-35623)
23
  • Certified Gold by the RIAA for sales in excess of 500,000. [45]
The Outlaw
  • Release date: January 1979 [2]
  • Label: Little Darlin' Records (LDA-0781)
  • Compilation of Paycheck's Little Darlin' material with an exclusive track, "I'm a Coward." Some songs have new strings and harmonica overdubs.
Jesus and the Outlaw
  • Release date: February 1979 [2]
  • Label: Little Darlin' Records (LDA-0792)
  • Compilation of Paycheck's Gospeltime material with one exclusive track, "Day is Almost Over." Features new arrangements with the Jordanaires overlaid over the original vocal tracks by Paycheck.
Honky Tonk & Slow Music
  • Release date: April 1979 [2]
  • Label: Little Darlin' Records (SP-10479)
Touch My Heart
  • Release date: May 1979 [2]
  • Label: Little Darlin' Records (SP-10579)
Encore
  • Release date: July 1981 [2]
  • Label: Epic Records (FE-37345)
Biggest Hits
  • Release date: August 1982 [2]
  • Label: Epic Records (FE-38322)
  • Paycheck's final release as a member of Epic's roster. [46]
The Real Mr. Heartache: The Little Darlin' Years
  • Reissued in 2000. Currently out of print. [47]
16 Biggest Hits
  • "Loving You Beats All I've Ever Seen" on the CD does not Have the fiddle in it like on the 1975 LP. Also on "A Heart Don't Need Eyes" it is missing the tic tac bass effect.
Remembering
  • Release date: 2002
  • Label: Orpheus Records
The Soul & the Edge: The Best of Johnny Paycheck
The Collection
The Little Darlin' Sound of Johnny Paycheck: The Beginning
  • Release date: May 11, 2004 [50]
  • Label: Koch Records
  • The first release of what was intended to be a comprehensive reissue program of all of Paycheck's Little Darlin' Material on Koch Records. Contains previously unreleased material. [51] The CD is out of print, but the music is available digitally. [52]
The Little Darlin' Sound of Johnny Paycheck: On His Way
  • Release date: January 25, 2005 [53]
  • Label: Koch Records
  • The second release of Paycheck's Little Darlin' material on Koch. It is composed of hit songs Paycheck had while on the label. [54] The CD is out of print, but the music is available digitally. [55]
The Little Darlin' Sound of Johnny Paycheck: The Gospel Truth - The Complete Gospel Sessions
  • Release date: April 26, 2005 [56]
  • Label: Koch Records
  • The final release in this series of Paycheck's Little Darlin' material by Koch. It is composed of the material for Paycheck's album Gospeltime in My Fashion as well as the later compilation Jesus and the Outlaw. [57] Not available digitally.
11 Months and 29 Days/Slide Off of Your Satin Sheets
  • Raven Records reissue of the two studio albums on one disc with five tracks from Mr. Hag Told My Story. [59]
Shakin' the Blues
  • Bear Family Records reissue of 29 tracks that Paycheck recorded under the name of Donny Young. Some tracks previously unreleased. Recorded 1958–1964 [61]
Take This Job and Shove It/Armed and Crazy
  • Release date: August 27, 2007 [58]
  • Label: Raven Records
  • Raven Records reissue of the two studio albums on one disc with five tracks from Mr. Hag Told My Story. [62]
Nowhere to Run: The Little Darlin' Years 1966–1970
  • Release date: September 8, 2009 [63]
  • Label: Omni Recording Corporation
Someone to Give My Love To/Somebody Loves Me
  • Hux Records reissue of the two studio albums on one disc. [65]
Double Trouble/A Taste of Yesterday's Wine
  • Release date: June 25, 2013 [66]
  • Label: Morello Records
The Essential Johnny Paycheck
  • Release date: April 1, 2014 [68]
  • Label: Legacy Recordings
I'll Take That Paycheck Now
  • Release date: August 3, 2015 [69]
  • Label: Countdown Media
Paycheck Time
  • Release date: August 3, 2015 [35]
  • Label: Countdown Media
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

Singles

1960s

Year Single Peak positions Album
US Country
1964 "I'd Rather Be Your Fool"
1965 "For Those Who Think Young"
"A-11" 26
"Heartbreak Tennessee" 40
1966 "I'm Barely Hangin' on to Me"
"The Lovin' Machine" 8 The Lovin' Machine
" Ballad of Green Berets" At Carnegie Hall
"Right Back Where We Parted"
"Motel Time Again" 13 Jukebox Charlie
1967 "Jukebox Charlie" 15
"The Cave" 32
"Don't Monkey with Another Monkey's Monkey" 41 Greatest Hits
1968 "(It Won't Be Long) And I'll Be Hating You" 59
"My Heart Keeps Running to You" 66
"If I'm Gonna Sink" 73 Wherever You Are
1969 "My World of Memories"
"Wherever You Are" 31
"Wildfire"
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

1970s

Year Single Peak chart
positions
Album
US Country CAN Country
1971 " She's All I Got" [B] 2 2 She's All I Got
1972 "Someone to Give My Love To" 4 7 Someone to Give My Love To
"Love Is a Good Thing" 12 24
"Somebody Loves Me" 21 13 Somebody Loves Me
1973 "Something About You I Love" 10 20 Mr. Lovemaker
"Mr. Lovemaker" 2 3
"Song and Dance Man" 8 9 Song and Dance Man
1974 "My Part of Forever" 19 37
"Keep on Lovin' Me" 23 33 Greatest Hits
"For a Minute There" 12 2 Song and Dance Man
1975 "Loving You Beats All I've Ever Seen" 26 46 Loving You Beats All I've Ever Seen
"I Don't Love Her Anymore" 38 45
"All-American Man" 23
1976 "The Feminine Touch" 56 48 11 Months and 29 Days
"Gone at Last" (with Charnissa) 49
"11 Months and 29 Days" 34
"I Can See Me Lovin' You Again" 44
1977 "Slide Off of Your Satin Sheets" 7 7 Slide Off Your Satin Sheets
"I'm the Only Hell (Mama Ever Raised)" 8 6
" Take This Job and Shove It" 1 1 Take This Job and Shove It
1978 "Georgia in a Jug" 17 6
"Friend, Lover, Wife" 7 8 Armed and Crazy
1979 "The Outlaw's Prayer" [C] 27 29
"Down on the Corner at a Bar Called Kelly's" 94
"(Stay Away From) The Cocaine Train" 49 34 Everybody's Got a Family
"Drinkin' and Drivin'" 17 23
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

1980s–1990s

Year Single Peak chart
positions
Album
US Country CAN Country
1980 "Fifteen Beers" 40 43 Everybody's Got a Family... Meet Mine
"In Memory of a Memory" 22 35 New York Town
1981 "I Can't Hold Myself in Line" (with Merle Haggard) 41 41 Mr. Hag Told My Story (with The Strangers)
"Yesterday's News (Just Hit Home Today)" 57
"The Highlight of '81" 75 42 Lovers and Losers
1982 "No Way Out" 69
"D.O.A. (Drunk on Arrival)" 88
1983 "I Don't Need to Know That Right Now"
1984 "I Never Got Over You" 30 I'm a Survivor
1985 "You're Every Step I Take" 47 49
"Everything Is Changing" 63
1986 "Sexy Southern Lady"
"Old Violin" 21 36 Modern Times
"Don't Bury Me 'Til I'm Ready" 49
1987 "Come to Me" 56
"I Grow Old Too Fast (And Smart Too Slow)" 72
1988 "Out of Beer" 81
"Josie"
1989 "Scars" 90 Outlaw at the Cross
1994 "There Lies the Difference" The Difference in Me
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

Other singles

Singles with George Jones

Year Single Peak chart
positions
Album
US Country CAN Country
1978 " Maybellene" 7 4 Double Trouble
1979 "You Can Have Her" 14 26
1980 "When You're Ugly Like Us
(You Just Naturally Got to Be Cool)"
31 29
" You Better Move On" 18 25

Guest singles

Year Single Artist Peak chart
positions
Album
US Country CAN Country
1972 "Let's All Go Down to the River" Jody Miller 13 18 There's a Party Goin' On

B-Sides

Year B-Side Peak chart
positions
Original A-Side
US Country CAN Country
1972 "Billy Jack Washburn" 79 "Living the Life of a Dog"
1978 "Colorado Kool-Aid" 50 "Take This Job and Shove It"
"Me and the I.R.S." 33 "Georgia in a Jug"
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

Notes

  • A ^ Take This Job and Shove It also peaked at No. 72 on the Billboard 200 and No. 85 on the RPM Top Albums chart in Canada.
  • B ^ "She's All I Got" also peaked at No. 91 on the Billboard Hot 100.
  • C ^ "The Outlaw's Prayer" also peaked at No. 27 on New Zealand Singles Chart

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