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Jim Reeves

Gentleman Jim Reeves was perhaps the biggest male star to emerge from the Nashville sound. His mellow baritone voice and muted velvet orchestration combined to create a sound that echoed around his world and has lasted to this day. Detractors will call the sound country-pop (or plain pop), but none can argue against the large audience that loves this music. Reeves was capable of singing hard country ("Mexican Joe" went to number one in 1953), but he made his greatest impact as a country-pop crooner. From 1955 through 1969, Reeves was consistently in the country and pop charts -- an amazing fact in light of his untimely death in an airplane accident in 1964. Not only was he a presence in the American charts, but he became country music's foremost international ambassador and, if anything, was even more popular in Europe and Britain than in his native America. After his death, his fan base didn't diminish at all, and several of his posthumous hits actually outsold his earlier singles; no less than six number one singles arrived in the three years following his burial. In fact, during the '70s and '80s, he continued to have hits with both unreleased material and electronic duets like "Take Me in Your Arms and Hold Me" with Deborah Allen and "Have You Ever Been Lonely?" with his smooth-singing female counterpart of the plush Nashville sound, Patsy Cline, who also perished in an airplane crash, in 1963. But Reeves' legacy remains with lush country-pop singles like "Four Walls" (1957) and "He'll Have to Go" (1959), which defined both his style and an entire era of country music.

Reeves was born and raised in Galloway, TX, where he was one of nine children. Tragically, his father died when Jim was only ten months old, forcing his mother to farm and raise her family. At the age of five, he was given an old guitar, and shortly afterward, he heard a Jimmie Rodgers record through his older brother. From that moment on, Reeves was entranced by country music and Rodgers in particular. By the time he was 12 years old, he had already appeared on a radio show in Shreveport, LA. Though he was fascinated with music, Reeves also was a talented athlete and during his teens he decided he was going to pursue a career as a baseball player. Winning an athletic scholarship to the University of Texas, Reeves enrolled at the school to study speech and drama, but he dropped out after six weeks to work at the shipyards in Houston. Soon, he had returned to baseball, playing in the semiprofessional leagues before signing with the St. Louis Cardinals in 1944. He stayed with the team for three years before seriously injuring his ankle and thereby ruining his chances of a prolonged athletic career.

For the next few years, Reeves went through a number of blue-collar jobs while trying to decide on a profession. During this time he began singing as an amateur, appearing both as a solo artist and as the frontman for Moon Mullican's band. In 1949, Reeves cut a number of songs for the small independent Macy label, none of which were particularly successful. In the early '50s, Reeves decided that he would make broadcasting his vocation, initially working for KSIG in Gladewater, TX, before establishing himself at KGRI in Henderson. Over the next few years, Reeves was a disc jockey and newscaster at KGRI, moving to KWKH in Shreveport, LA, in November of 1952, becoming host of the popular Louisiana Hayride. Late in 1952, Hank Williams failed to make an appearance on the show, and Reeves sang in his place. His performance was enthusiastically received, and Abbott Records immediately signed him to a record contract. "Mexican Joe" was Reeves' debut single for Abbott, and it quickly climbed to number one in the spring of 1953, spending nine weeks at the top of the charts. It was followed by another number one hit, "Bimbo," later in 1953, establishing that Reeves was not a one-hit wonder; later that same year, he was made a full-time member of the Louisiana Hayride. During 1954 and 1955, he had four other hit singles for Abbott and its parent company, Fabor, before RCA signed him to a long-term deal in 1955; that same year, he joined the Grand Ole Opry. At RCA, Reeves began to develop the distinctively smooth, lush, and pop-oriented style of country that made him a superstar and earned him the nickname Gentleman Jim. Peaking at number four, "Yonder Comes a Sucker" was his first Top Ten hit for RCA in the summer of 1955. It kicked off a remarkable streak of 40 hit singles, most of which charted in the Top Ten. Many of his singles also became pop crossovers, which indicates exactly how much of a pop influence there was on his music. Indeed, Reeves' vocal style derived from the crooning of Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby, and early in his career he abandoned cowboy outfits for upscale suits. In the process, he brought country music to a new, urban audience.

Throughout the '50s and early '60s, Reeves racked up a number of major hits and country classics like "Four Walls" (number one for eight weeks, 1957), "Anna Marie" (1958), "Blue Boy" (number two, 1958), "Billy Bayou" (number one for five weeks, 1959), "He'll Have to Go" (number one for 14 weeks, 1960), "Adios Amigo" (number two, 1962), "Welcome to My World" (number two, 1964), and "I Guess I'm Crazy" (number one for seven weeks, 1964). "Four Walls" was the turning point in his career, proving to both Reeves himself and his producer, Chet Atkins, that his main source of success would come from ballads. As a result, Reeves became an even bigger star, not only in America but throughout the world. Reeves toured Europe and South Africa, building a strong following in countries that rarely had been open to country music in the past.

Reeves was at the height of his career when his private plane crashed outside of Nashville on July 31, 1964. The bodies of Reeves and his manager, Dean Manuel, were found two days later and were buried in his homestate of Texas. Though Reeves had died, his popularity did not vanish -- in fact, his sales increased following his death. Throughout the late '60s, RCA released a series of posthumous singles, many of which -- including "This Is It" (1965), "Is It Really Over?" (1965), "Distant Drums" (1966), and "I Won't Come in While He's There" (1967) -- hit number one. The previously unissued songs were frequently mixed in with previously released material on album releases, making his catalog confusing but profitable for RCA. The flow of unreleased Reeves material did not cease during the '70s or '80s -- in fact, there wasn't a year between 1970 and 1984 when there wasn't a Reeves single in the charts, either at the top or in the lower regions. Reeves was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1967, and two years later, the Academy of Country Music instituted the Jim Reeves Memorial Award. Though the flood of unreleased material ceased in the mid-'80s, the cult surrounding Reeves never declined, and in the '90s, Bear Family released Welcome to My World, a 16-disc box set containing his entire recorded works. ~ David Vinopal
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: Distant Drums

1. Distant Drums

2. Is It Really Over?

3. I Missed Me

4. Snow Flake

5. A Letter to My Heart

6. Losing Your Love

7. This Is It

8. Not Until the Next Time

9. Good Morning Self

10. Where Does a Broken Heart Go?

11. Overnight

12. The Gods Were Angry with Me

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Track List: Yours Sincerely

1. He'll Have to Go

2. Blue Yodel No. 5

3. Newscast of 1948 (Spoken Word)

4. My Mary

5. When Did You Leave Heaven

6. Mexican Joe

7. Back Up and Push

8. Yonder Comes a Sucker

9. The Wreck of the Number Nine

10. Scarlet Ribbons

11. The Fool's Paradise

12. Billy Bayou

13. Am I Losing You

14. I Grew Up

15. He'll Have to Go (Short Version)

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Track List: Up Through the Years

1. I Know One

2. Tweedle O' Twill

3. Little Ole You

4. Bimbo

5. Pride Goes Before a Fall

6. Ichabod Crane

7. Young Hearts

8. That's a Sad Affair

9. Jimbo Jenkins

10. Two Shadows on Your Window

11. I'm Hurtin' Inside

12. Noointjie Van Die Ou Transvaal

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Track List: 20 Songs Of Inspiration

1. Precious Memories

2. An Evening Prayer

3. The Padre Of Old San Antone

4. Scarlet Ribbons

5. The Night Watch

6. May The Good Lord Bless And Keep You

7. I'll Fly Away

8. Where We'll Never Grow Old

9. I'd Rather Have Jesus

10. A Beautiful Life

11. Across The Bridge

12. Whispering Hope

13. Teach Me How To Pray

14. In The Garden

15. It Is No Secret (What God Can Do)

16. We Thank Thee

17. Where Do I Go From Here

18. He Will

19. Oh, Gentle Shepherd

20. Take My Hand, Precious Lord

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Track List: Welcome to My World, Vol. 5

1. Four Walls

2. Honey, Won't You Please Come Home

3. Look Behind You

4. The Gods Were Angry with Me

5. I Know (And You Know)

7. Please Come Home

8. Young Hearts

9. I Heard a Heart Break Last Night

10. The Image of Me

11. Two Shadows on Your Window

12. Teardrops in My Heart

13. Yours

14. I Don't See Me in Your Eyes Anymore

15. I Get the Blues When It Rains

16. I Care No More

17. Final Affair

18. You Belong to Me

19. My Happiness

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Track List: Welcome to My World, Vol. 3

1. Daar Doer in Die Bosveld

2. Ding Dong

3. Draf Maar Aan Ou Ryperd

4. Die Blonde Matroos

5. Jy Is My Liefling

6. In Die Skadu Van Ou Tafelberg

7. Sarie Marais

8. Geboorteplasie

9. Bet 'N Stille Uurtjie

10. Nooientjie Van Die Ou Transvaal

11. Verreland

12. My Blinde Hart

13. Good Morning Self

14. Is This Me

15. Missing Angel

16. Teardrops on the Rocks

17. Heartbreak in Silhouette

18. Auf Wiederseh'n Sweetheart

19. Golden Memories and Silver Tears

20. Blue Canadian Rockies

21. There'll Be Bluebirds over the White

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Track List: Welcome to My World, Vol. 1

1. My Heart's Like a Welcome Mat

2. Teardrops of Regret

3. Chicken Hearted

4. I've Never Been so Blue

5. What Were You Doing (Last Night)

6. Wagon Load of Love

7. I Could Cry

8. Mexican Joe

9. Butterfly Love

10. Let Me Love You Just a Little

11. El Rancho Del Rio

12. It's Hard to Love Just One

13. Bimbo

14. Gypsy Heart

15. Echo Bonita

16. Then I'll Stop Loving You

17. Beatin' on the Ding Dong

18. My Rambling Heart

19. Padre of Old San Antone

20. Mother Went A-Walkin'

21. I Love You

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Track List: The Complete Collection

1. Am I Losing You

2. An Evening Prayer

3. Anna Marie

4. Beyond The Shadow Of A Doubt

5. Bimbo

6. Blue Boy

7. Dear Hearts And Gentle People

8. Everywhere You Go

9. Four Walls

10. Have I Told You Lately That I Love You

11. He'll Have To Go

12. Home

13. How's The World Treating You

14. I Know One

15. I Love You More

16. I Missed Me

17. I'd Like To Be

18. I'm Beginning To Forget You

19. I've Lived A Lot In My Time

20. If Heartaches Are The Fashion

21. If You Were Only Mine

22. In A Mansion Stands My Love

23. Just Call Me Lonesome

24. Making Believe

25. Mexican Joe

26. Old Time Religion

27. Sweet Evening Breeze

28. The Highway To Nowhere

29. The Oklahoma Hills

30. The Wind Up

31. Till The End Of The World

32. Waiting For A Train

33. When God Dips His Love In My Heart

34. Yonder Comes A Sucker

35. Your Old Love Letters

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Track List: Bimbo/Jim Reeves

1. Bimbo

2. How Many

3. Echo Bonita

4. Where Does A Broken Heart Go

5. Penny Candy

6. Mother Went A-Walkin'

7. Mexican Joe

8. Then I'll Stop Loving You

9. Drinking Tequila

10. Gypsy Heart

11. What Were You Doing Last Night

12. Let Me Love You Just A Little

13. Teardrops In My Heart

14. I Get The Blues When It Rains

15. You Belong To Me

16. Everywhere You Go

17. Need Me

18. I Care No More

19. My Happiness

20. Yours

21. That's My Desire

22. Blues In My Heart

23. I Don't See Me In Your Eyes Anymore

24. Final Affair

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Track List: Songs To Warm The Heart

1. Someday (You'll Want Me To Want You)

2. Just Call Me Lonesome

3. (Now And Then There's) A Fool Such As I

4. 'Til The End Of The World

5. How's The World Treating You

6. Throw Another Log On The Fire

7. Making Believe

8. Satan Can't Hold Me

9. Am I Losing You?

10. Scarlet Ribbons

11. Dear Hearts And Gentle People

12. May The Good Lord Bless And Keep You

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Track List: The Primo Collection

Disc 1

1. Four Walls

2. Waiting For A Train

3. Have I Told You Lately That I Love You?

4. I've Lived A Lot In My Time

5. Beyond The Shadow Of A Doubt

6. Yonder Comes A Sucker

7. My Lips Are Sealed

8. Oklahoma Hills

9. Your Old Love Letters

10. According To My Heart

11. Am I Losing You?

12. Each Beat Of My Heart

13. Let Me Love You Just A Little

14. Wagon Load Of Love

15. Whispering Willow

16. Beatin' On The Ding Dong

17. Wilder Your Heart Beats (The Sweeter You Are)

18. Where Does A Broken Heart Go

19. Shall We Gather At The River (Mother Went A-Walkin')?

20. I Love You

Disc 2

1. Mexican Joe

2. Bimbo

3. Then I'll Stop Loving You

4. Give Me One More Kiss

5. Hillbilly Waltz

6. Drinking Tequila

7. Red Eyed And Rowdy

8. Padre Of Old San Antone

9. Penny Candy

10. I'll Follow You

11. Are You The One?

12. Let Me Remember (Things I Can't Forget)

13. How Many

14. Butterfly Love

15. It's Hard To Love Just One

16. Gypsy Heart

17. My Rambling Heart

18. You're The Sweetest Thing

19. I'll Always Love You

20. Echo Bonita

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Track List: Country Gentleman

1. Blue Boy

2. He'll Have To Go

3. Bimbo

4. Am I Losing You

5. Billy Bayou

6. I'm Getting Better (live)

7. Waiting For A Train

8. The Oklahoma Hills (live)

9. Have I Told You Lately

10. Till The End Of The World

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Track List: Mexican Joe

1. Bimbo

2. Mexican Joe

3. The Wilder Your Heart Beats The Sweeter You Love

4. Then I'll Stop Loving You

5. Where Does A Broken Heart Go

6. Butterfly Love

7. El Rancho Del Rio

8. I Could Cry

9. It's Hard To Love Just One

10. Just Call Me Lonesome

11. Wagon Load Of Love

12. What Were You Doing Last Night

13. I've Never Been So Blue

14. My Heart's Like A Welcome Mat

15. Teardrops Of Regret

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Track List: Country Hit Parade

1. He'll Have To Go (Live)

2. Billy Bayou (Live)

3. Mexican Joe

4. Bimbo

5. Home

6. Am I Losing You (Live)

7. I'm Gettin' Better (Live)

8. Drinking Tequila

9. Then I'll Stop Loving You

10. Have I Told You Lately That I Love You (Live)

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Track List: Peace In The Valley

1. He'll Have To Go

2. Have I Told You Lately That I Love You?

3. I Know One

4. Am I Losing You? (live)

5. Anna Marie (live)

6. I Love You More (live)

7. Waiting For A Train

8. Blue Boy

9. I Missed Me

10. According To My Heart

11. Four Walls

12. Bimbo

13. When God Dips His Love Into My Heart

14. Billy Bayou

15. I'd Like To Be

16. Peace In The Valley (live)

17. In A Mansion Stands My Love

18. Youder Comes A Sucker

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Track List: Dear Hearts & Gentle People

Disc 1

1. Have I Told You Lately That I Love You

2. Just Call Me Lonesome

3. How's The World Treating You

4. If Heartache Is The Fashion

5. Home

6. Dear Hearts And Gentle People

7. I'm Beginning To Forget You

8. Roly Poly

9. Wind Up Doll

10. Sweet Evening Breeze

11. Your Old Love Letters

12. Till The End Of The World

13. Making Believe

14. The Oklahoma Hills

15. The Highway To Nowhere

Disc 2

1. Each Beat Of My Heart

2. Mexican Joe

3. El Rancho Del Rio

4. I'll Always Love You

5. If You Love Me Don't Leave Me

6. My Rambling Heart

7. Bimbo

8. How Many

9. Then I'll Stop Loving You

10. Whispering Willow

11. Your Old Love Letters

12. You're The Sweetest Thing

13. Are You The One

14. Everywhere You Go

15. Give Me One More Kiss

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Track List: Girls I Have Known / The Intimate Jim Reeves

1. Marie

2. Mona Lisa

3. Juanita

4. Charmaine

5. Margie

6. Anna Marie

7. Sweet Sue

8. Linda

9. Ramona

10. Maria Elena

11. My Mary

12. Goodnight Irene

13. Dark Moon

14. Oh, How I Miss You Tonight

15. Take Me In Your Arms And Hold Me

16. I'm Gettin' Better

17. Almost

18. You're Free To Go

19. You're The Only Good Thing

20. Have I Stayed Away Too Long

21. No One To Cry To

22. I Was Just Walking Out The Door

23. Room Full Of Roses

24. We Could

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Track List: The International Jim Reeves

1. Auf Wiederseh'n, Sweetheart

2. The Old Kalahari

3. (There'll Be Bluebirds Over) The White Cliffs Of Dover

4. True

5. I'm Crying Again

6. Guilty

7. Blue Canadian Rockies

8. The Hawaiian Wedding Song

9. You Are My Love

10. Heartbreak In Silhouette

11. Tahiti (Verre Land)

12. Golden Memories And Silver Tears

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Track List: Platinum & Gold Collection

1. According to My Heart

2. Four Walls

3. Yonder Comes a Sucker

4. Breeze (Blow My Baby Back To Me)

5. He'll Have to Go

6. Is It Really Over?

7. Stand At Your Window

8. I Won't Come In While He's There

9. I Know (And You Know)

12. In The Misty Moonlight

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Track List: Anthology

Disc 1

1. Mexican Joe

2. Bimbo

3. Beatin' On The Ding Dong

4. Penny Candy

5. Drinking Tequila

6. Yonder Comes A Sucker

7. According To My Heart

8. Waiting For A Train

9. Four Walls

10. Two Shadows On Your Window

11. Blue Boy

12. It Is No Secret (What God Can Do)

13. Billy Bayou

14. Home

15. He'll Have To Go

16. I'm Gettin' Better

17. I Know One

18. I Missed Me

19. Am I Losing You?

20. The Blizzard

Disc 2

1. Losing Your Love

2. Adios Amigo

3. I'm Gonna Change Everything

4. Is This Me?

5. Guilty

6. Welcome To My World

7. Love Is No Excuse

8. I Guess I'm Crazy

9. I Won't Forget You

10. This Is It

11. Is It Really Over?

12. Snow Flake

13. Distant Drums

14. Blue Side Of Lonesome

15. I Won't Come In While He's There

16. I Heard A Heart Break Last Night

17. That's When I See The Blues (In Your Pretty Brown Eyes)

18. When You Are Gone

19. When Two Worlds Collide

20. Angels Don't Lie

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Track List: RCA Country Legends

1. Mexican Joe

2. Bimbo

3. Yonder Comes a Sucker

4. I've Lived A Lot In My Time

5. According to My Heart

6. Am I Losing You

7. Four Walls

8. Billy Bayou

9. Home

10. He'll Have to Go

11. Look Behind You (I'll Be There)

12. Stand At Your Window

13. I Heard a Heart Break Last Night

14. The Image Of Me

15. I Guess I'm Crazy

16. Distant Drums

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Track List: He'll Have To Go

1. Am I Losing You

2. He'll Have To Go

3. Have I Told You Lately

4. How's The World Treating You (live)

5. I Love You More

6. 'Till The End Of The World (live)

8. The Oklahoma Hills

9. I'm Getting Better

10. Bimbo

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Track List: Double Goldies

Disc 1

1. Mexican Joe

2. Then I'll Stop Loving You

3. Penny Candy

4. I'll Follow You

5. Hillbilly Waltz

6. Butterfly Love

7. It's Hard To Love Just One

8. Red Eyed And Rowdy

9. Are You The One

10. Let Me Remember (Things I Can't Forget)

11. My Rambling Heart

12. Echo Bonita

13. How Many

14. Let Me Love You Just A Little

Disc 2

1. Bimbo

2. Where Does A Broken Heart Go

3. Give Me One More Kiss

4. Shall We Gather At The River (Mother Went A Walkin' )

5. Gypsy Heart

6. Beatin' On A Ding Dong

8. El Rancho Del Rio

9. A Woman's Love

10. Tahiti

11. Padre Of Old San Antone

12. Each Beat Of My Heart

13. I Could Cry

14. I'll Always Love You

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Track List: Super Hits

1. Four Walls

2. Blue Boy

3. Losing Your Love

4. I Guess I'm Crazy

5. Distant Drums

6. Is It Really Over?

7. Billy Bayou

8. He'll Have To Go

9. Home

10. This Is It

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Track List: Mexican Joe - 24 Great Early Recordings

1. Mexican Joe

2. Bimbo

3. Then I'll Stop Loving You

4. Penny Candy

5. Drinking Tequila

6. I'll Follow You

7. Give Me One More Kiss

8. Hillbilly Waltz

9. Butterfly Love

10. It's Hard To Love Just One

11. Gypsy Heart

12. Red Eyed And Rowdy

13. Are You The One

14. Let Me Remember (Things I Can't Forget)

15. How Many

16. Padre Of Old San Antone

17. My Rambling Heart

18. Echo Bonita

19. Each Beat Of My Heart

20. Let Me Love You Just A Little

21. Wagon Load Of Love

22. You're The Sweetest Thing

23. Whispering Willow

24. I'll Always Love You

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Track List: The Ultimate Collection

1. According To My Heart

2. My Lips Are Sealed

3. Highway To Nowhere

4. Oklahoma Hills

5. Are You The One

6. Give Me One More Kiss

7. Gypsy Heart

8. Have I Told You Lately That I Love You

9. Heart Breaking Baby

10. Hillbilly Waltz

11. How Many

12. If You Were Mine

13. I'm Hurtin' Inside

14. Jimbo Jenkins

15. Let Me Love You Just A Little

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Track List: The Essential Jim Reeves

1. Four Walls

2. Blue Boy

3. He'll Have To Go

4. Home

5. Am I Losing You

6. The Blizzard

7. I'm Gettin' Better

8. I Know One

9. Adios Amigos

10. I Love You Because

11. I'm Gonna Change Everything

12. Welcome To My World

13. Is This Me

14. I Guess I'm Crazy

15. This Is It

16. Is It Really Over

17. Distant Drums

18. I Won't Forget You

19. Blue Side Of Lonesome

20. Suppertime

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Track List: The Best Of Jim Reeves

1. He'll Have To Go

2. I'm Getting' Better

3. The Blizzard

4. Stand At Your Window

5. Four Walls

6. Billy Bayou

7. Am I Losing You

8. Danny Boy

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Track List: Four Walls--The Legend Begins

1. Wagon Load Of Love

2. Mexican Joe

3. Then I'll Stop Loving You

4. Wilder Your Heart Beats (The Sweeter You Are)

5. Give Me One More Kiss

6. My Rambling Heart

7. Bimbo

8. Yonder Comes A Sucker

9. My Lips Are Sealed

10. According To My Heart

11. I've Got Just The Thing For You

12. Am I Losing You

13. Look Behind You (I'll Be There)

14. Four Walls

15. The Gods Were Angry With Me

16. I Know (And You Know)

17. I Heard A Heart Break Last Night

18. I Get The Blues When It Rains

19. Anna Marie

20. I Love You More

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Track List: Kimberley Jim (Original Soundtrack)

1. Kimberley Jim

2. Strike It Rich

3. I Grew Up

5. Born To Be Lucky

6. Old Fashioned Rag

7. Could I Be Falling In Love

8. Diamonds In The Sand

9. A Stranger's Just A Friend

11. Roving Gambler

12. Dolly With The Dimpled Knees

14. The Search Is Ended

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Track List: Gentleman Jim

1. Memories Are Made Of This

2. Roses Are Red (My Love)

3. After Loving You

4. Stand In

5. Waltzing On Top Of The World

6. When You Are Gone

7. Just Out Of Reach

8. I Love You Because

9. I'd Fight The World

10. The One That Got Away

11. Once Upon A Time

12. I Never Pass There Anymore

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Track List: According To My Heart

1. According To My Heart

2. Don't You Want To Be My Girl

3. Don't Tell Me

4. You'll Never Be Mine Again

5. I've Lived A Lot In My Time

6. If You Were Mine

7. Don't Ask Me Why

8. Stand At Your Window

9. What Would You Do

10. I Can't Fly

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cwatts4635
Jim Reeves had such a smooth sound, always nice hearing his music
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I'm 70 years old and he still my most favorite sing yet
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Doesn't get much better. He and Patsy Cline were taken way too early.
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Jim Reeves....do e s n ' t get much better. He and Patsy g
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I'm a latina and never heard of this Artist. His rendition is so beautiful
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Ditto!
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Jim Reeves will never be beat in vocally rich and smooth sound by any other male country artist!!!!
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It is best of country
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It is the best
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So smooth!!
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What a voice...very tpuching, calming, beautiful. it's a privilege to listen to him sing.!
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I loved listening to him growing up. . . now here lately Randy Travis has been in my heart , love his music as well
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Randy Travis
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Jim Reeves....a voice wrapped in velvet..with sincere emotion and style.
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Like Jim Reeves or not without a doubt one of the greatest voices of all time of all music
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He has one of the most mellow voices in country music and it was a great loss we he died. Love all of his music.
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God is so awesome he speaks to us through it all
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Very nice song and singers 1...!!
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The lyrics were not like the song Hell have to go.
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Wow what a voice
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A compelling singer exhibiting deep, deep feeling.
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i first heard him in 1957 as a 7 year old and fell in love with deep baritone voice. we played his music on sunday evenings my parents love his gospel songs. i can,t get enough of his music.love you Jim.
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Two of the all time greats
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Another Jim Reeves song I was not familiar with. Again, he stopped me as soon as I read the very first line of the lyrics. So, I have to read the lyrics a few more times because they are (seriously) deep, & reflection worthy!!!
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Just wonderful.
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Old is gold
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lea6447
I especially like the songs of Eddy Arnold
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A truly God given talent...Glo r y !
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He has a heart of gold
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:) yes, he does have a voice of Gold.
So completely heavenly !!
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edward_d_sou z a
Please play we thank thee by Jim Reeves
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hancock11230
Oh my gosh he has a voice of gold.they just don't make em like that any more
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So great to hear the old songs and hymns of yester-year. So many outstanding singers. Thanks for playing these songs. It is a sprittual uplifting.
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It brings so much warmth to my heart when I hear his voice. Love it. :-)
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So gentle. Welcome To My World. I am so into music. How could I have missed this very sincere, humble, gentle voice?
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I love his song "Partners"! Amazing voice.
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baramos1935
best singer ever, still listen to him.
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I love all JIM Reeves Songs from I was a little girl my Mom and Dad.
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Listening to him sing..is great on Sunday evening at the start of another week. Glory!
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Excellent unforgettabl e
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Excellent unforgettabl e
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His singing makes one think about life, and about God's promise. Amen!
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My Dad loved Jim Reeves and so did that late great James Brown
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Hank snow
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I have enjoyed Jim since 1968 when I had him on 8 track tapes.
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I have been listening to Jim for 5 years, I miss him, a great voice !
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I love "Partners" for some reason I nicknamed it "The Creepy Song" XD
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neiltheodore
Been listening to Jim Reeves since 1965 . The greatest .
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The very best
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