Life and Times is the fourth studio album by American singer-songwriter Jim Croce, released in 1973. The album contains the Billboard chart hit "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown", one of Croce's most successful songs. Croce was nominated for two 1973 Grammy awards in the "Pop Male Vocalist" and "Record of the Year" categories for the song "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown". All tracks written by Jim Croce. Jim Croce - guitar, vocals. Kenny Ascher - organ. Terry Cashman - vocals. Gary Chester - drums.
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Jim Croce’s guitar playing was often overshadowed by Jim Croce was such a powerful songwriter and singing skills. Of course Croce was no Eric Clapton or Jimmy Page, but his guitar playing perfectly matched his singing style and songwriting skills. Just take a listen to the licks he played in Speedball Tucker, and you will hear how overlooked his playing was. 9 – One Less Set Of Footsteps. The great Jim Croce song One Less Set of Footsteps was released on Jim Croce’s Life and Times album in 1973. The song was the albums opening track.
Jim Croce - The Faces I've Been (Full Album). Jim & Ingrid Croce - Full Album. Jim Croce - The Lost Recordings (Full Album). Croce released his first album, Facets, in 1966, with 500 copies pressed. They hoped that he would give up music after the album failed, and use his college education to pursue a "respectable" profession. However, the album proved a success, with every copy sold. From the mid-1960s to early 1970s, Croce performed with his wife as a duo.
James Joseph (Jim) Croce ( South Philadelphia, 10 January 1943 – Natchitoches, 20 september 1973 ) was an American singer-songwriter. He broke through to the general public after his premature death. Jim Croce has released six studio albums and eleven singles. Jim Croce is especially known for melodic, sensitive songs such as I got a name and Time in a bottle.
Jim Croce (Jan 10, 1943 ‒ Sept 20, 1973) was an American singer-songwriter from South Philadelphia whose biggest single "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown" hit number 1 on the US charts in the summer of 1973. His influences included Ian & Sylvia, Gordon Lightfoot and Woody Guthrie. Sadly, Croce died in a small commercial plane crash one day before his third album, "I Got a Name" was to be released. Croce was born in South Philadelphia.