“Gentleman Jim” by Jim Reeves - album review

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TJR says

1963 was a busy year for “gentleman Jim”, this being the first of 4 new LPs that he'd release this year. The best track here, “I Love You Because”, would be released as a 45 a year later and gave him a Top 10 hit in the UK.

The Jukebox Rebel
20-Aug-2008


A1 [02:21] 2.0.png Jim Reeves - Memories Are Made Of This (Terry Gilkyson, Rich Dehr, Frank Miller, Dieter Rasch, Ernst Bader) Pop
A2 [02:52] 3.4.png Jim Reeves - Roses Are Red (My Love) (Al Byron, Paul Evans) Pop Ballad
A3 [02:00] 3.4.png Jim Reeves - After Loving You (Eddie Miller) Country
A4 [02:15] 2.3.png Jim Reeves - Stand In (Don Robertson, Hal Blair) Country
A5 [02:25] 4.5.png Jim Reeves - Waltzing On Top Of The World ‘63 (Al Courtney, Jim Reeves) Country
A6 [02:56] 2.9.png Jim Reeves - When You Are Gone (Jim Reeves, Dean Manuel) Pop Ballad
B1 [02:41] 2.4.png Jim Reeves - Just Out Of Reach (Virgil F. Stewart) Country
B2 [02:47] 5.0.png Jim Reeves - I Love You Because (Leon Payne) Country
B3 [02:53] 3.4.png Jim Reeves - I’d Fight The World (Hank Cochran, Joe Allison) Country
B4 [02:39] 3.7.png Jim Reeves - The One That Got Away (Buddy Killen, Jim Reeves) Country
B5 [02:39] 2.2.png Jim Reeves - Once Upon A Time (Jim Reeves) Country
B6 [02:31] 3.8.png Jim Reeves - I Never Pass There Anymore (Harlan Howard) Country




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