Jim Reeves - The Country Side Of Jim Reeves mp3 album
Title: The Country Side Of Jim Reeves
Size MP3: 1146 mb
Size FLAC: 1979 mb
Format: AHX MPC RA MP2 AAC DTS MP4
James Travis "Jim" Reeves (August 20, 1923 – July 31, 1964) was an American country and popular music singer-songwriter. With records charting from the 1950s to the 1980s, he became well known as a practitioner of the Nashville sound (a mixture of older country-style music with elements of popular music). Known as "Gentleman Jim", his songs continued to chart for years after his death. Reeves died in the crash of a private airplane. James Travis "Jim" Reeves ( 20 Agosto. 1923 - 31 Luglio 1964) è stato un cantautore americano della musica popolare. Nearly every day Jim Reeves is playing on the turntable and the velvet voice which was and is his,soothes the aches,pains and worries of the hour,day, week,month and year.
Jim Reeves lyrics - 276 song lyrics sorted by album, including "This World Is Not My Home", "I'd Rather Have Jesus", "Take My Hand, Precious Lord". album: "The Country Side Of Jim Reeves" (1962). A Railroad Bum Blue Side Of Lonesome Waiting For A Train I Won't Forget You My Lips Are Sealed Most Of The Time When Two Worlds Collide Yonder Comes A Sucker A Fallen Star Highway To Nowhere. album: "We Thank Thee" (1962). We Thank Thee Where We'll Never Grow Old I'll Fly Away Across The Bridge Have Thine Own Way, Lord My Cathedral The Night Watch I'd Rather Have Jesus Where Do I Go From Here Take My Hand, Precious Lord This World Is Not My Home Oh, Gentle Shepherd. album: "Gentleman Jim" (1963).
James Travis "Jim" Reeves (August 20, 1923 – July 31, 1964) was an American country and popular music singer-songwriter. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "The Country Side of Jim Reeves Album.
The contrast between the helpless emotion of the lyrics and the image of a crooner such as Jim Reeves makes for a classic country & western moment. When they call this album The Country Side, the label implies more of a country direction than some of the Reeves country-pop material. In point of fact Reeves may never be country enough for some listeners, but there is definitely some genre-specific content, including piercing pedal steel licks sopping wet with reverb and echo, and some excellent songs, including the artist's own "Yonder Comes a Sucker
Jim Reeves - Die Ou Kalahari 02:11. Floyd Cramer - Kaapes Draai 02:10. Chet Atkins - Outa in Die Langpad 02:22. Jim Reeves - Ek Verlang Na Jou 02:01. Floyd Cramer - Zambesi 02:13. Floyd Cramer - Boereseun 02:41. Chet Atkins - Mossie Se Moses 02:24. Jim Reeves - Bolandse Nooientjie 02:03. Floyd Cramer - Bloemfontein Se Rose 01:46. Chet Atkins - Westewindjie 02:25. Memorable 100 - Jim Reeves, Jim Reeves". The Essential Jim Reeves - Jim Reeves. Nashville Sound - Chet Atkins. Welcome To My World: The Best Of Jim Reeves - Jim Reeves. Guitar Man - Chet Atkins.
Country Masters (Re-Recorded Version). Jim Reeves: Greatest Hits. The Essential Jim Reeves. Collections: Jim Reeves. According to My Heart. The Gospel Side of Tennessee Ernie Ford.
|A1||A Railroad Bum|
|A2||Blue Side Of Lonesome|
|A3||Waitin' For A Train|
|A4||I Won't Forget You|
|A5||My Lips Are Sealed|
|B1||Most Of The Time|
|B2||When Two Worlds Collide|
|B3||Yonder Comes A Sucker|
|B4||A Fallen Star|
|B5||Highway To Nowhere|
- Producer – Chet Atkins
- Recorded By [Recording Engineer] – Bill Porter
Notes© RCA Printed in U.S.A.
© Radio Corporation of America, 1962
RE appears printed on sleeve, located next to Printed in U.S.A.
Recorded in Nashville, Tennessee.
|CAL 686||Jim Reeves||The Country Side Of Jim Reeves (LP, Album, Mono)||RCA Camden||CAL 686||US||1962|
|SND-5100, SND.5100||Jim Reeves||The Country Side Of Jim Reeves (LP, Album)||RCA Camden, RCA Camden||SND-5100, SND.5100||UK||1962|
|CDS 1000||Jim Reeves||The Country Side Of Jim Reeves (LP, Album, RE)||RCA Camden||CDS 1000||UK||Unknown|
|CAS-686||Jim Reeves||The Country Side Of Jim Reeves (LP, Album)||RCA Camden||CAS-686||Canada||Unknown|
|CAL 686||Jim Reeves||The Country Side Of Jim Reeves (LP, Album)||RCA Camden||CAL 686||US||Unknown|