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8 thoughts on “ Speedball Tucker - Jim Croce - Life And Times (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Life & Times is a truly amazing record for fans of Jim Croce, or for people who just want to hear some great chill out music. It's got it all, the ballads, the upbeat songs, and the down and dirty blues songs that Jim does so well.
  2. Vintage Vinyl LP Record Jim Croce Life and Times. Original gate fold cover is in excellent condition and the record is also excellent. Tracks are as followsOne Less Set of FootstepsRoller Derby QueenDreamin AgainCareful ManAlabama RainA Good Time Man Like Me Ain't Got No BusinessNext Time.
  3. Limited double vinyl LP pressing. Lost Time In A Bottle is a career overview of rarities from legendary folk singer Jim Croce. Contains versions of all his greatest hit songs including "Time In A Bottle," "Operator," "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown" and "I Got A Name!" Includes a previously unreleased concert from Jim Croce was an American folk and rock singer-songwriter.
  4. Verified Purchase Jim Croce's Life and Times LP, released in January , was his second recorded for ABC/Dunhill, and it is brilliant.5/5(1).
  5. FOR SALE - Rhode Island - Jim Croce "Life and Times" - LP Vinyl Record Album ABCX, abc Records Stereo, "One Less Set of Footsteps", "Roller Derby Queen", "Dreamin´.
  6. The song was released on his album You Don’t Mess Around With Jim. 8. Speedball Tucker. One of the more unfamiliar Jim Croce songs, “Speedball Tucker” was released on his Life & Times album in 7. I’ll Have To Say I Love You In A Song Bad Leroy Brown” was released on his album Life and Times in A few months before.
  7. Speedball Tucker Lyrics: I drive a broke-down rig on may-pop tires 40 foot of overload / Lotta people say that I'm crazy because I don't know how to take it slow / I got a broomstick on the.
  8. Jim Croce, Life And Times is one of my favorite albums of his to listen to. Before digging deeper into his music, all I knew of Jim Croce was "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown. I first herd it on on of my dads greatest hits from the 70`s. Now I enjoy all of Jim Croce`s work/5(50).

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