Quad LP/Tape Poll Croce, Jim: Photographs and Memories/His Greatest Hits [QS/Q8]

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EMB

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Definitive 1974 compilation, Command CQD-40020.

Side 1:

Bad Bad Leroy Brown
Operator (That's Not the Way it Feels)
Photographs and Memories
Rapid Roy (The Stock Car Boy)
Time in a Bottle
New York's Not My Home
Workin' at the Car Wash Blues

Side 2:

I Got a Name
I'll Have to Say I Love You in a Song
You Don't Mess Around With Jim
Lover's Cross
One Less Set of Footsteps
These Dreams
Roller Derby Queen


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ED :)
 

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Don't know how anybody could NOT like the Quad mixes of Jim Croce stuff. My only critical thought is that, like many ABC titles, the mixer gets a little carried away with the canned echo. But other than that, it's a great, fun listen. When drums are a major part of the song, they're front and wide. When they're not an important instrument, they're in a back channel - very similar to the Sly Stone/Greatest Hits tape. Personally, I dig ALL the Jim Croce Quads. Just wish they'd have potted up the electric guitars on "Five Short Minutes".
 
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