“Singing Down The Lane” by Jim Reeves - album review

features in: Album Chart of 1956Album Chart of the Decade: 1950s

TJR says

Gentleman Jim settled into his new home at RCA with a typically dependable set for which he would become famous over the next several years. He’s rarely what you’d call exciting but I admit to a soft-spot for the richly baritoned one, a regular on my Nanna’s old gramophone player (I’ve inherited his LPs!) Two of these selections are from his own pen, including a paean to Ichabod Crane, who was the protagonist in Washington Irving's short story, “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow”, first published in 1820. Bet the Jim Reeves fans wish they had Wikipedia in 1956 ; - )

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A1 [02:33] 4.3.png Jim Reeves - Roly Poly (Fred Rose) Country
A2 [02:52] 4.7.png Jim Reeves - Have I Told You Lately That I Love You (Johnny Russell, Scotty Wiseman) Country
A3 [01:55] 4.5.png Jim Reeves - Breeze (Blow My Baby Back To Me) (Joe Goodwin, Joe Hanley, Ballard MacDonald) Country
A4 [02:11] 5.4.png Jim Reeves - Waltzing On Top Of The World (Al Courtney, Jim Reeves) Country
A5 [02:27] 4.6.png Jim Reeves - Oklahoma Hills (Jack Guthrie, Woody Guthrie) Country
A6 [02:25] 4.5.png Jim Reeves - Love Me A Little Bit More (Kenny Marlowe, Cliff Maynard) Country
B1 [02:10] 3.9.png Jim Reeves - Tweedle O’Twill (Gene Autry, Fred Rose) Country
B2 [02:32] 4.2.png Jim Reeves - Each Time You Leave (Scotty Wiseman) Country
B3 [02:20] 4.8.png Jim Reeves - Ichabod Crane (Jim Reeves) Country
B4 [02:23] 5.3.png Jim Reeves - Your Old Love Letters (Johnny Bond) Country
B5 [02:38] 5.6.png Jim Reeves - Beyond A Shadow Of A Doubt (Ted Daffan, Theda Daffan) Country
B6 [02:35] 5.7.png Jim Reeves - Highway To Nowhere (Jim Hess) Country
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