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Jim Croce
The Way We Used To Be
The Anthology (2004)





In the music industry, arguably the worst tragedy that can befall an artist is to die in their prime, when he or she is just beginning to break through to the mainstream and reach people on a national level. One such artist was Jim Croce, a songwriter with a knack for both upbeat, catchy singles and empathetic, melancholy ballads. Though Croce only recorded a few studio albums before an untimely plane crash, he continues to be remembered posthumously. Croce appealed to fans as a common man, and it was not a gimmick -- he was a father and husband who went through a series of blue-collar jobs. And whether he used dry wit, gentle emotions, or sorrow, Croce sang with a rare form of honesty and power. Few artists have ever been able to pull off such down-to-earth storytelling as convincingly as he was.


James Croce was born in Philadelphia, PA, on January 10, 1943. Raised on ragtime and country, Croce played the accordion as a child and would eventually teach himself the guitar. It wasn't until his freshman year of college that he began to take music seriously, forming several bands over the next few years. After graduation, he continued to play various gigs at local bars and parties, working as both a teacher and construction worker to support himself and his wife, Ingrid. In 1969, the Croces and an old friend from college, Tommy West, moved to New York and record an album. When the Jim and Ingrid record failed to sell, they moved to a farm in Lyndell, PA, where Jim juggled several jobs, including singing for radio commercials. Eventually he was noticed and signed by the ABC/Dunhill label and released his second album, You Don't Mess Around with Jim, in 1972. The record spawned three hits: "You Don't Mess Around With Jim," "Operator (That's Not the Way It Feels)," and "Time in a Bottle." The latter would become Croce's breakthrough hit, shooting all the way to number one on the Billboard charts. Croce quickly followed with Life and Times in early 1973 and gained his first number one hit with "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown." 




Format:			FLAC Lossless
Label:			Sanctuary Records
Cat.#			SMETD117		
Audiochecker:		99.87% CDDA & 99.93% CDDA & 99.81% CDDA
Contains:		Album Art & ID Tags




Audio-Info:


Disc 1

01.You Don't Mess Around With Jim
02.Tomorrow's Gonna Be A Brighter Day
03.New York's Not My Home
04.Hard Time Losin' Man
05.Photographs And Memories
06.Walkin' Back To Georgia
07.Operator (That's Not The Way It Feels)
08.Time In A Bottle
09.Rapid Roy (The Stock Car Boy)
10.Box # 10
11.A Long Time Ago
12.Hey Tomorrow
13.One Less Set Of Footsteps
14.Roller Derby Queen
15.Dreamin' Again
16.Careful Man
17.Alabama Rain
18.A Good Time Man Like Me Ain't Got No Business (Singin' The Blues)
19.Next Time, This Time
20.Bad, Bad Leroy Brown
21.These Dreams
22.Speedball Tucker
23.It Doesn't Have To Be That Way


Disc 2

01.I Got A Name
02.Lover's Cross
03.Five Short Minutes
04.Age
05.Workin' At The Car Wash Blues
06.I'll Have To Say I Love You In A Song
07.Salon And Saloon
08.Thursday
09.Top Hat Bar And Grill
10.Recently
11.The Hard Way Every Time
12.Circle Of Style
13.Carnival Of Pride
14.Wear Out The Turnpike
15.Can't Wait
16.(The) Migrant Worker
17.Railroad Song
18.(And) I Remember Her
19.More Than Tomorrow
20.Cotton Mouth River
21.Child Of Midnight
22.The Way We Used To Be
23.Maybe Tomorrow
24.Stone Walls
25.Country Girl
26.Which Way Are You Goin'
27.Mississippi Lady
28.Chain Gang Medley: (Chain Gang/He Will Break Your Heart (AKA He Don't Love You)
29.Ol' Man River


Disc 3

01.Operator (That's Not The Way It Feels)
02.Roller Derby Queen (Dialogue)
03.Roller Derby Queen
04.Next Time, This Time
05.Trucker (Dialogue)
06.Speedball Tucker
07.New York's Not My Home
08.Hard Time Losin' Man
09.Ball Of Kerrymuir (Dialogue)
10.Ball Of Kerrymuir
11.You Don't Mess Around With Jim
12.It Doesn't Have To Be That Way
13.Careful Man (Dialogue)
14.Careful Man
15.Shopping For Clothes
16.These Dreams









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