Jim Croce: Have You Heard Jim Croce Live

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  1. jerrycurl

    jerrycurl Guest

    Have You Heard Jim Croce Live (2003) DVDrip

    Size: 425 MBs
    Length: 56:04
    Video Information
    Format: XVID
    Resolution: 640x480
    Bit rate: 925 kbps
    Frame rate: 29 fps

    Audio Information
    Audio codec: 0x0055(MP3) ID'd as MPEG-1 Layer 3
    Sample rate: 44 KHz
    Bit rate: 128 kb/s (64/ch, stereo) CBR



    01 Prologue: Photographs And Memories
    02 You Don’t Mess Around With Jim
    03 Operator (That’s Not The Way It Feels)
    04 Roller Derby Queen
    05 One Less Set Of Footsteps
    06 Next Time, This Time
    07 Speedball Tucker
    08 Lovers Cross
    09 Workin’ At The Car Wash Blues
    10 Interlude: I’ll Have to Say I Love You In A Song
    11 Bad, Bad Leroy Brown
    12 New York’s Not My Home
    13 The Hard Way Every Time
    14 Rapid Roy
    15 These Dreams
    16 Epilogue: Time In A Bottle

    When Jim Croce died tragically in a plane crash on Sept. 20, 1973, he was just 30 years old and had recently been recognized as one of the most promising artists of his era. In a two-year span, he had eight Top 40 singles, two of which were #1 records and a #1 album. Despite being one of America’s most-loved artists, there has never been a video document of his career. Until now.
    Have You Heard: Jim Croce Live, features the late singer-songwriter’s performances on television in the early 1970’s. Set in an intimate style akin to today’s popular Unplugged series, the DVD includes performances of such classic Croce songs as "You Don’t Mess Around With Jim," "Operator (That’s Not The Way It Feels)," "Bad, Bad LeRoy Brown," many not seen since they were originally broadcast.
    Beginning with a montage of still photos set to (what else?) "Photographs and Memories," Have You Heard: Jim Croce Live is a deeply moving remembrance of the singer-songwriter as captured in rare video footage. Thirteen songs Croce performed before live audiences on the BBC's The Old Grey Whistle Test and other '70s television shows include such favorites as "Operator (That's Not the Way It Feels)" and "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown," though his two best-loved songs, "Time in a Bottle" and "I'll Have to Say I Love You in a Song," are represented by audio recordings that accompany home video footage and a look at a handwritten score. There's no narration apart from a few of Croce's on-air introductions.

  2. Alvertte

    Alvertte Guest

    Finally got this one...thank you for sharing
  3. fgnidtelxxn

    fgnidtelxxn New Member

    Dec 17, 2013
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    many thanks...
  4. jimkallas

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  5. junkman58

    junkman58 Guest

    Hey thanks for the Jim Croce post. Always nice to go back
    and listen and see. RIP Jim!
  6. jerrycurl

    jerrycurl Guest

    Thank you everyone for the feedback. This is one of my favorite shows. He had a way of connecting with the listener that few have ever been able to match. He is sorely missed.
  7. batmaneldios

    batmaneldios Guest

    thanks a lot!!!!!!!:heyo:
  8. greenpig

    greenpig Guest

    Many thanks
  9. dreamweaverm

    dreamweaverm Guest

    thanks a lot jerrycurl...:dance2:
  10. sickofdtv

    sickofdtv New Member

    Jul 14, 2012
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    Yes I heard Jim Croce live, but thanks for keeping his memory alive
  11. ptitmayo

    ptitmayo New Member

    Feb 27, 2012
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    Sweet share, Tanksh!
  12. ryfaba789

    ryfaba789 New Member

    Feb 14, 2014
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    Links still good. Thanks!

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