Sunday, January 21, 2007




Jim Croce - Philadelphia Folk Festival August 25, 1973



The mighty Jim Croce, such a loss to all of the world of music so many years ago. Croce always got big respect in my house when I was growing up and mine has only deepened with the ensuing years. He was a masterful storyteller and a pretty damned good guitar player as well. This is a great show but later this week I will post the 'Final Tour' disc where his humor and story-telling abilities are in even greater evidence for you all. Do yourself a favor and run out and buy some Croce tunes, I prefer vinyl myself for Jim, but I believe he can be downloaded digitally as well. I have had this one for a good while but I am going to err on the safe side and thank all at SFRP for letting me hang out and contribute as well.



1-Introduction
2-Rapid//Roy
3-Talk
4-Working at The Carwash Blues
5-Operator
6-Talk
7-He's Got A Way With Women
8-Talk
9-Lovers Cross
10-Talk
11-Speedball Tucker
12-Talk
13-The Ball Of Kerrymuir//
14-//Bad Bad Leroy Brown

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4 comments:

DaddyRich said...

http://preview.tinyurl.com/2zat5g

Rob said...

Looking forard to this one. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

awesome

Anonymous said...

Thanks,Croce was a true singer songwriting genius,I remember crying as a kid when I heard on the radio he died. i guess it was like when Buddy Holly died for other people.