Jim Croce - His Greatest Hits mp3 album
|Genre:||Country & Folk & World|
|Title:||His Greatest Hits|
|Date of release:||1991|
|Country:||UK & Ireland|
|MP3 album size:||1192 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1472 mb|
|Digital formats:||AC3 VOX ADX VOC MMF DXD ASF|
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Photographs & Memories: His Greatest Hits is a 1974 compilation album (and second posthumous release) by Jim Croce, originally released on ABC Records. The album was released a year after Croce's 1973 death in an airplane crash. The inner photo jacket includes a tributatory essay on one side and a photo of Jim's son . The title track originally appeared on the You Don't Mess Around with Jim LP as well as the B-side of the album title track single in 1972.
Photography By – Benno Friedman. Producer – Terry Cashman, Tommy West. Written-By – Jim Croce. Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Santa Maria pressing per "S" etches in runouts. Recorded at The Hit Factory . Music Publisher for Jim Croce songs: Blendingwell Music, Inc. (ASCAP) and American Broadcasting Music, Inc. (ASCAP) Music Publisher for "I Got A Name": Fox Fanfare Music Inc. (BMI).
That debut album, "You Don't Mess Around With Jim," and its title song introduced to Jim Croce by way of his first hit character song. Like so many of his other story songs, Croce managed to perfectly encapsulate blue collar folksongs with a dash of humor. There was also that everyman who had just a hint of sadness around the edges.
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Photographs & Memories - His Greatest Hits (1977).
Another great Jim Croce song that displayed his great guitar playing, gift for melody and most of all his personal stories that we all fell in love with. Walking Back To Georgia, was never a hit, but it was a very special song to many of us who loved Jim Croce in the early 1970’s. Just listen to that chorus. The line, She’s the girl who said she loved me, will just melt your heart. The I Got A Name album was the last official Jim Croce album released before all the greatest hits packages and compilations began to be issued by ABC Records. 2 – I’ll Have To Say I Love You In A Song. The beautiful and tender ballad I’ll Have To Say I Love You In A Song, was released on the final Jim Croce album I Got A Name. The song I’ll Have To Say I Love You In A Song, was released as the second single from the album after the album’s first single I Got A Name.
Jim Croce was a workingman's singer-songwriter, who loved to entertain audiences with humorous character sketches as well as introspective ballads. If he's less well-known than contemporaries James Taylor or Joni Mitchell, that's likely due to the brevity of Croce's career – he was killed in a plane crash in Louisiana less than two years after his commercial breakthrough. But to judge from the posthumous PHOTOGRAPHS & MEMORIES – HIS GREATEST HITS, his talents were second to none.
|A1||Operator (That's Not The Way It Feels)|
|A2||Time In A Bottle|
|A3||I Got A Name|
|A4||One Less Set Of Footsteps|
|A5||I'll Have To Say I Love You In A Song|
|A7||A Long Time Ago|
|A8||Photographs And Memories|
|B1||You Don't Mess Around With Jim|
|B3||Big Bad Leroy Brown|
|B4||Salon And Saloon|
|B6||It Doesn't Have To Be That Way|
|B8||New York's Not My Home|
- Licensed From – Dominion Entertainment, Inc. – TC-NE-1059
- Manufactured By – Dyna Products, Inc. – TC-NE-1059
- Distributed By – Dyna Products, Inc. – TC-NE-1059
NotesPhilippine Copyright 1991 By Dominion Entertainment Inc.
Spine bar (the top of the cassette) and its leader tape bears with "Super Gamma Ferric" mark.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: PARI
|NE 1059, NE1059||Jim Croce||His Greatest Songs (LP, Comp)||K-Tel, K-Tel||NE 1059, NE1059||UK & Ireland||1980|
|843001||Jim Croce||Greatest Hits (LP, Comp)||Flash||843001||Netherlands||Unknown|
|18C0223, 18C0223||Jim Croce||Greatest Hits (Cass, Comp)||K-Tel, Edigsa||18C0223, 18C0223||Spain||1981|
|843001C, 843001||Jim Croce||Greatest Hits (Cass, Comp)||Flash , Flash||843001C, 843001||Netherlands||Unknown|
|PAS 702-2||Jim Croce||His Greatest Hits (CD, Comp)||Paradiso||PAS 702-2||Luxembourg||1990|