“Bimbo” by Jim Reeves - album review

TJR says

Released October 1956. RCA bought the rights to the Abbott material and "Bimbo" served as a compile of the singles 1953-55. 4 of these tracks had already appeared on the debut LP "Sings" of 1955.

The Jukebox Rebel
26-Feb-2010

A1 [02:46] 5.5.png Jim Reeves - Bimbo (Rod Morris) Country
A2 [02:37] 4.1.png Jim Reeves - How Many (Hal Blair, Howard Barnes) Country
A3 [02:44] 3.7.png Jim Reeves - Echo Bonita (Kenny Devine) Country
A4 [02:21] 3.9.png Jim Reeves - Where Does A Broken Heart Go? (Mary Reeves) Country
A5 [02:33] 3.2.png Jim Reeves - Penny Candy (Cal Veale) Country
B1 [02:35] 3.5.png Jim Reeves and The Circle O Ranch Boys - Mexican Joe (Mitchell Torok) Country
B2 [02:21] 3.4.png Jim Reeves - Then I’ll Stop Loving You (Jim Reeves) Country
B3 [02:44] 3.0.png Jim Reeves - Drinking Tequila (Bob Center) Country
B4 [03:00] 3.3.png Jim Reeves - What Were You Doing (Last Night) (Jim Reeves) Country
B5 [02:42] 2.7.png Jim Reeves - Let Me Love You A Little (Jim Reeves) Country




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