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Jim Croce - The Faces I've Been flac album
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The Faces I've Been
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Classic Rock
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You Don't Mess Around with Jim is the third studio album by American singer-songwriter Jim Croce, released in 1972.

Jim & Ingrid Croce - Full Album. Jim Croce - The Lost Recordings (Full Album). Jim Croce - Facets (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.

Croce's debut ABC album was also his commercial breakthrough, topping the charts for five weeks, largely due to the comic, up-tempo title tune, a story song about competing pool hustlers, although Croce also reached the Top 20 with the change-of-pace ballad "Operator (That's Not the Way It Feels).

His d fifth studio album was completed just prior to his 1973 death, and six singles were also posthumously issued, one of which was "Time in a Bottle" from a previous album You Don't Mess Around With Jim. His popularity continued long after his death with the release of numerous compilation albums and "new" material (from the vaults) being portioned out sporadically over the years. Two live albums, as well as a live DVD, have also been published. Several compilation albums such as Down the Highway and The Faces I've Been were released in the mid 1970s, the latter containing unissued and demo recordings from an unreleased album. Two songs from "The Faces I've Been" were released as singles, "Chain Gang Medley" and "Mississippi Lady". They would be his final singles released.

I've got hundreds of tapes of Jim performing - playing at home and the 2 of us singing, or just having friends over and singing, whether it was the Manhattan Transfer, James Taylor, Arlo Guthrie, Bonnie Raitt. people that just come over and we'd hang out and sing. It was very comfortable to just put everything down on tape back then. I know it's a little late but I would like to thank Mr Croce. That song has been a story my grandfather told me since I was very young

Tracklist

A1 This Land Is Your Land
A2 Greenback Dollar
A3 Pig's Song
A4 Gunga Din
A5 Sun Come Up
A6 Bit Fat Woman
A7 Charlie Green Play That Slide Trombone
B1 Railroads And Riverboats
B2 Railroad Song
B3 The Way We Used To
B4 Maybe Tomorrow
B5 Stone Walls
B6 I Remember Mary
B7 Country Girl

Notes

White label catalogue number top left plus JIM CROCE Rec 1 - Recut.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LS 900 Jim Croce The Faces I've Been ‎(2xLP, Album) Lifesong LS 900 US 1975
LST 900 Jim Croce The Faces I've Been ‎(2x8-Trk, Album, Club, Col) Lifesong LST 900 US 1975
LST-900 Jim Croce The Faces I've Been ‎(8-Trk, Album, Club, Twi) Lifesong LST-900 US 1975
LS 900, R-220625, R220625 Jim Croce The Faces I've Been ‎(2xLP, Album, Club, RCA) Lifesong, Lifesong, Lifesong LS 900, R-220625, R220625 US 1975
ELSDP 900 Jim Croce The Faces I've Been ‎(2xLP) Lifesong ELSDP 900 UK 1975

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 This Land Is Your Land
Lead Vocals, Acoustic Guitar – Jim Croce, Tommy WestWritten-By – Woody Guthrie
1:28
A2 Greenback Dollar
Acoustic Guitar, Vocals – Jim CroceLead Vocals, Acoustic Guitar – Tommy WestWritten-By – Hoyt Axton, Ken Ramsey
1:28
A3 Pig's Song
Adapted By – Jim CroceLead Vocals, Acoustic Guitar – Jim Croce
0:55
A4 Gunga Din
Arranged By – Jim CroceBanjo – Karl FehrenbachLead Vocals, Acoustic Guitar – Jim Croce
4:02
A5 Sun Come Up
Bass – Ken CavenderGuitar – Karl FehrenbachKeyboards – Mike DiBenedettoLead Vocals – Jim CrocePercussion – Richard CroceWritten-By – Jim Croce, Richard Croce
2:03
A6 Bit Fat Woman
Bass – Ken CavenderGuitar – Karl FehrenbachKeyboards – Mike DiBenedettoLead Vocals – Jim CrocePercussion – Richard CroceWritten-By – Eric Von Schmidt
1:56
A7 Charlie Green Play That Slide Trombone
Adapted By, Arranged By – Jim CroceBass – Ken CavenderGuitar – Karl FehrenbachKeyboards – Mike DiBenedettoLead Vocals – Jim CrocePercussion – Richard Croce
2:23
B1 Railroads And Riverboats
Acoustic Guitar [Rhythm], Vocals – Jim CroceBass – John StockfishVocals – Ingrid CroceWritten-By – Ingrid Croce, Jim Croce
3:09
B2 Railroad Song
Acoustic Guitar [Rhythm], Vocals – Jim CroceBass – John StockfishVocals – Ingrid CroceWritten-By – Ingrid Croce, Jim Croce
2:51
B3 The Way We Used To
Acoustic Guitar [Rhythm], Vocals – Jim CroceBass – John StockfishVocals – Ingrid CroceWritten-By – Jim Croce
2:28
B4 Maybe Tomorrow
Acoustic Guitar [Rhythm] – Rob StevensAcoustic Guitar [Rhythm], Vocals – Jim CroceBacking Vocals – Ellie Greenwich, Marty Nelson, Tasha Thomas, Tommy WestBass – John StockfishDrums – Rick MarottaKeyboards – Tommy WestSteel Guitar [Pedal], Fiddle – David MansfieldWritten-By – Jim Croce
2:28
B5 Stone Walls
Acoustic Guitar [Rhythm], Vocals – Jim CroceAcoustic Guitar, Harmonium, Backing Vocals – Tommy WestBass – John StockfishDrums, Percussion – Tom RossetterElectric Guitar [Lead], Harmonica – Charlie Brown Steel Guitar [Pedal] – David MansfieldWritten-By – Jim Croce
2:55
B6 I Remember Mary
Acoustic Guitar, Vocals – Maury MuehleisenRhythm Guitar – Jim CroceWritten-By – Maury Muehleisen
2:42
B7 Country Girl
Acoustic Guitar [Rhythm] – Rob StevensAcoustic Guitar [Rhythm], Vocals – Jim CroceBacking Vocals – Terry CashmanBass – Joe MachoKeyboards, Backing Vocals – Tommy WestPercussion – George DevensSteel Guitar [Pedal] – David MansfieldWritten-By – Jim Croce
1:46
C1 Which Way Are You Goin
Acoustic Guitar [Lead] – Maury MuehleisenAcoustic Guitar [Rhythm], Keyboards, Backing Vocals – Tommy WestAcoustic Guitar [Rhythm], Vocals – Jim CroceBass – Stu WoodsDrums – Rick MarottaElectric Guitar – David SpinozzaPercussion – George DevensSteel Guitar [Pedal] – David MansfieldWritten-By – Jim Croce
2:16
C2 King's Song
Acoustic Guitar [Rhythm], Vocals – Jim CroceBass – Joe MachoConductor, Arranged By [Orchestra] – Geni SacksonDrums – Rick MarottaKeyboards – Tommy WestPercussion – George DevensWritten-By – Jim Croce
3:19
C3 Mississippi Lady
Acoustic Guitar [Lead] – Maury MuehleisenAcoustic Guitar [Rhythm], Vocals – Jim CroceWritten-By – Jim Croce
3:56
C4 Chain Gang Medley
Acoustic Guitar [Lead] – Maury MuehleisenAcoustic Guitar [Rhythm], Vocals – Jim Croce
4:30
C5 Old Man River
Acoustic Guitar [Lead] – Maury MuehleisenAcoustic Guitar [Rhythm], Vocals – Jim CroceWritten-By – Jerome Kern, Oscar Hammerstein II
2:25
D1 Carmella...South Philly 6:00
D2 Cars And Dates, Chrome And Clubs 2:31
D3 The Chinese 2:24
D4 Trucks And Ups 2:10
D5 The Army 3:34

Companies, etc.

  • Produced For – Cashwest Productions, Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Lifesong Records, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Lifesong Records, Inc.

Credits

  • Art Direction, Design – Bob Heimall*
  • Photography By [Cover] – Benno Friedman
  • Producer – Terry Cashman, Tommy West

Notes

Center labels are inscribed with "PROMOTIONAL COPY NOT FOR SALE"

Includes gatefold cover with six pages of text, disk sleeves with printed song lyrics.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (SIde A Runout [Stamped]): LS 900A-1A
  • Matrix / Runout (SIde B Runout [Stamped]): LS 900B-1B
  • Matrix / Runout (SIde C Runout [Stamped]): LS 900C-1A
  • Matrix / Runout (SIde D Runout [Stamped]): LS 900D-1B
  • Rights Society (Tracks A1, A2 & C4): BMI
  • Rights Society (All Tracks Except A1, A2 & C4): ASCAP

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LS 900 Jim Croce The Faces I've Been ‎(2xLP, Album) Lifesong LS 900 US 1975
LST 900 Jim Croce The Faces I've Been ‎(2x8-Trk, Album, Club, Col) Lifesong LST 900 US 1975
ELSDP 900 Jim Croce The Faces I've Been ‎(2xLP, W/Lbl, Rec) Lifesong ELSDP 900 UK 1975
LST-900 Jim Croce The Faces I've Been ‎(8-Trk, Album, Club, Twi) Lifesong LST-900 US 1975
LS 900, R-220625, R220625 Jim Croce The Faces I've Been ‎(2xLP, Album, Club, RCA) Lifesong, Lifesong, Lifesong LS 900, R-220625, R220625 US 1975