Jim REEVES - I Lived A Lot In My Time

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With only his second release, "Mexican Joe", Jim Reeves shot to the top of the Country chart in March 1953, as did "Bimbo" at the end of the year, both also crossing over into the Pop charts. Success brought him a regular spot on the "Hayride" and then, in 1955, he became a member of Nashville’s "Grand Ole Opry". That same year, he changed labels to RCA-VICTOR, kicking off with "Yonder Comes A Sucker", which was recorded two years later in England by The Vipers as "Railroad Steamboat". But it was with sentimental ballads like "According To My Heart", "Am I Losing You" and "Anna Marie" that Jim was to really make his mark.

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1. BIMBO
2. MY LIPS ARE SEALED
3. IF YOU WERE MINE
4. I'VE LIVED A LOT IN MY TIME
5. HAVE I TOLD YOU LATELY THAT I LOVE YOU?
6. AM I LOSING YOU?
7. WAITING FOR A TRAIN [1st version]
8. BREEZE
9. ACCORDING TO MY HEART
10. BEYOND THE SHADOW OF A DOUBT
11. OKLAHOMA HILLS
12. YOUR OLD LOVE LETTERS
13. ANNA MARIE
14. I LOVE YOU MORE
15. WAITING FOR A TRAIN [2nd version]
16. I GET THE BLUES WHEN IT RAINS
17. THEME OF LOVE
18. BLUE BOY
19. BUD'S BOUNCE instr. feat. The Blue Boys
20. I'D LIKE TO BE
21. MIDNIGHT IN OLD AMARILLO instr. feat. The Blue Boys
22. TILL THE END OF THE WORLD
23. MAKING BELIEVE
24. BILLY BAYOU

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Format
CD
Price Code
A
Release Date
01/04/2001
UPC Bar Code No
604988351323