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2001 studio album by George Jones
is the 57th studio album by
The Rock: Stone Cold Country 2001 American
country music singer
George Jones, released on September 11, 2001 on the Bandit Records label.
The lead single was "Beer Run (B Double E Double Are You In?)", a duet with
Garth Brooks that was also found on his 2001 album
Significant tracks include "50,000 Names", written and originally recorded by
 Jamie O'Hara as a tribute to fallen soldiers of the
Vietnam War, and "Tramp On Your Street", which marks the first time a
Billy Joe Shaver song appeared on a Jones album. "What I Didn't Do" had been previously recorded by
Title Writer(s) 1. "The Rock"
Jim Varsos 3:24 2. "Beer Run (B Double E Double Are You In?)" (featuring Garth Brooks)
Kim Williams, Amanda Williams 3:04 3. "Wood and Wire"
Kenny Beard, Michael Mahler 3:49 4. "50,000 Names"
Jamie O'Hara 3:50 5. "The Man He Was"
John Wiggins 2:51 6. "I Got Everything"
Al Anderson, Jim Hoke 3:13 7. "Half Over You"
Karen Staley 3:31 8. "I Am"
Curtis Wright 3:06 9. "
Dean Dillon 3:33 10. "Around Here"
Richard Fagan, Jeff Moore 2:35 11. "
What I Didn't Do"
Wood Newton, Michael Noble 3:46 12. "Tramp on Your Street"
Billy Joe Shaver 4:14
The Rock liner notes.
On all tracks except 2, 3, 6, 11
Drew Bollman - assistant
Emory Gordy Jr. - producer
Todd Gunnerson - assistant
Russ Martin - recording
Glenn Meadows - mastering
Justin Niebank - recording, mixing
Jason Piske - assistant
Dennis Ritchie - assistant
Track 2 only
Bruce Bouton - steel guitar Mark Casstevens - acoustic guitar
Mike Chapman - bass guitar
Rob Hajacos - fiddle
Chris Leuzinger - electric guitar
Joey Miskulin - accordion Milton Sledge - drums
Bobby Wood - keyboards
Eric Conn - digital editing
Duke Duczer - assistant
Carlos Grier - digital editing
John Kelton - engineering
Mark Miller - mixing, recording
Denny Purcell - mastering
Allen Reynolds - producer
Keith Stegall - assistant
Tracks 3, 6, 11
Eddie Bayers - drums
Stuart Duncan - fiddle
Paul Franklin - steel guitar
Brent Mason - electric guitar
Gary Prim - piano
John Wesley Ryles - background vocals
David Smith - bass guitar
Bruce Watkins - acoustic guitar
Steve Harbison - assistant
John Kelton - recording, mixing
Matt Rovey - assistant
Keith Stegall - producer
Hank Williams - mastering
Missy Herrington - design
Beth Lee - art direction
Jim Shea - photography