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Jim Reeves

Jim Reeves was initially an extremely successful baseball player until a back injury forced an end to his athletic career.

In the 1940’s he worked as a radio presenter and often sang live between broadcasting songs which brought him to the attention of some recording companies, but it wasn’t until the early 1960’s that he really came to fame. His song “He’ll Have To Go” (written by Joe Allison) earned him success on the Country and Popular Music charts in the United States and gained him popularity world wide.

His rich voice brought millions of new fans to country music from every corner of the world and he will be remembered as one of country music’s most important performers.

His untimely death came as a result of a light aircraft crash in 1964.

 

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Jim Reeves Backing Tracks – Adios Amigo  …  Am I Losing You  …  And I Love You So  …  Billy Bayou  …  Bimbo  …  Blue Side Of Lonesome  …  Distant Drums  …  Four Walls  …  Have I Told You Lately  …  He’ll Have To Go  …  I Guess I’m Crazy  …  I Love You Because  …  I Won’t Come In While He’s There  …  I Won’t Forget You  …  I’m Gonna Change Everything  …  Is It Really Over  …  It Hurts  …  Look Who’s Talking  …  Mexican Joe  …  Missing Angel  …  Moonlight And Roses  …  Not Until The Next Time  …  Old Christmas Card  …  My Juanita  …  Red Roses From The Blue Side  …  Scarlet Ribbons  …  There’s A Heartache Following Me  …  This Is It  …  Waltzing On Top Of The World  …  Welcome To My World  …  When Two Worlds Collide  …  You’re The Only Good Thing  …  Your Old Love Letters  …