Jim Croce - Down The Highway mp3 album
Down the Highway is a compilation album by American singer-songwriter Jim Croce, released in 1980 on Lifesong Records as LS 8030. All tracks composed by Jim Croce; except where indicated. I Got a Name" (Charles Fox, Norman Gimbel) - 3:12. Mississippi Lady" - 3:59. New York's Not My Home" - 3:08. You Don't Mess Around with Jim" - 3:03.
from the album Down the Highway. The medley reached a peak of 63 on the Billboard Hot 100 after spending 9 weeks on the chart.
The Studio Album Collection. 1. - Back to Back Hits. Jim Croce & Don McLean.
Croce released his first album, Facets, in 1966, with 500 copies pressed. They hoped that he would give up music after the album failed, and use his college education to pursue a "respectable" profession. However, the album proved a success, with every copy sold. When Jim Croce and Ingrid discovered they were going to have a child, Jim became more determined to make music his profession. He sent a cassette of his new songs to a friend and producer in New York City in the hope that he could get a record deal. When their son Adrian James Croce (A. J. Croce) was born in September 1971, Ingrid became a stay-at-home mom, while Jim went on the road to promote his music.
Over at Ingrid Croce Art, Ingrid brought out the family photo albums to build a Croce Timeline from candid photos, polaroids, and moments with Jim and the family. To explore, see ww. ngridcroceart. 5 April ·. We miss you everyday Maury!
The Jim Croce Songbook. Surf Rock The Ventures. 队列表 Surf Rock The Ventures The Jim Croce Songbook. 8. Don't Mess Around With Jim. 9. One Less Set of Footsteps. 11. Five Short Minutes. 12. Speedball Trucker. Shut Down Volume 2. The Beach Boys 4.
Moving me down the highway Rolling me down the highway Moving ahead so life won't pass me by. And I'm gonna go there free. I Got A Name" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.
Down the Highway is an compilation album by American singer-songwriter Jim Croce, released in 1980 on Lifesong Records as LS 8030. Whereas his debut album Bob Dylan had contained only two original songs, Freewheelin' represented the beginning of Dylan's writing contemporary words to traditional melodies. Eleven of the thirteen songs on the album are Dylan's original compositions. The album opens with "Blowin' in the Wind", which became an anthem of the 1960s, and an international hit for folk trio Peter, Paul & Mary soon after the release of Freewheelin'
|1||I Got A Name|
|3||New York's Not My Home|
|4. Chain Gang Medley|
|4.2||He Don't Love You|
|5||You Don't Mess Around With Jim|
|6||Old Man River|
|7||Which Way Are You Goin'|
|8||Bad, Bad Leroy Brown|
|9||Walkin' Back To Georgia|
- Producer – Terry Cashman, Tommy West
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 7567-90468-2 6
|LS 8030||Jim Croce||Down The Highway (LP, Comp)||Lifesong||LS 8030||Canada||1980|
|845011||Jim Croce||Down The Highway (CD, Comp, RM)||Bluebird||845011||1989|
|7 90468-4-Y||Jim Croce||Down The Highway (Cass, Comp, DOL)||21 Records||7 90468-4-Y||US||1985|
|CLAMC 118||Jim Croce||Down The Highway (Cass, Comp)||Castle Communications||CLAMC 118||UK||1986|
|LS 8030||Jim Croce||Down The Highway (LP, Comp)||Lifesong||LS 8030||Australia||1981|