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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by Chont, Sep 11, 2019.
shout out to Jim Croce
Kinda on a Jim Croce thing here LOL
And you don't tug on Superman's cape...
I hear he was real fast, too...................
Now Rapid Roy the stock car boy is in my head
No trouble. Really. Just think of it as a free service I provide..............
I didn’t see your post until after I replied lol !
Great minds think alike
Well, see, I'm psychot........................I mean psychic....................
Always liked this...
I’m really glad he came along when he did. Otherwise he would have been looking for his best old ex friend Ray on Facebook.
Timing is everything
Forgot about this one
This is my favorite. Released a day after he died as a single on my Dad's birthday in 1973. I remember hearing it on the radio the next morning...right before I got the news my Dad had died the night before. Its a very important song to me, and although Croce didn't write it...it's how I remember him and my Dad.
One of my favorites too. I didn’t realize he didn’t write that one. Very special song for you indeed. Mull of Kintyre is that way for me. My father passed to that song. It was on a Scottish folk album he asked to have on.
I just left a Jim Croce playlist on for about an hour. So many great songs I hadn’t heard in a while and some greats I never knew existed.
What a loss.
Same guys wrote the theme to Laverne & Shirley...Love American Style...Killing Me Softly...Happy Days...
Wonder where he would have taken us if he had lived longer
Like all great storytellers....he would have told us more stories. He was pretty special.
I was singing this song yesterday (not seriously, just for fun) and thinking how Croce is one of a very few 70s artists that I can listen to and enjoy.
What a great writer!
You don't spit into the wind...
There's an awesome documentary style video about him on youtube and I was amaze just how much he accomplished in such a short amount of time. He released his first 2 albums simultaneously in early 72 and died in Sep 73. Three of his big hits were released posthumously.