Jim & Ingrid Croce

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Jim & Ingrid Croce
Studio album by Jim Croce
Released January 1969[1]
Recorded Between August 3, 1968 and September 12, 1968
Genre Folk
Length 41:06
Label Capitol
Producer Terry Cashman,
Gene Pistilli,
Tommy West
Jim Croce chronology
Facets
(1966)
Jim & Ingrid Croce
(1969)
You Don't Mess Around with Jim
(1972)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars[2]

Jim & Ingrid Croce is an album by American singer-songwriter Jim Croce and his wife Ingrid, released in 1969. The album has been rereleased with alternate titles such as "Bombs over Puerto Rico", "Another Day, Another Town", and "Approaching Day".

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Age"   Jim Croce, Ingrid Croce 2:15
2. "Spin, Spin, Spin"   Jim Croce, Ingrid Croce 2:46
3. "I Am Who I Am"   Jim Croce, Ingrid Croce 2:31
4. "What Do People Do"   Jim Croce, Ingrid Croce 1:55
5. "Another Day, Another Town"   Jim Croce 2:31
6. "Vespers"   Jim Croce, Ingrid Croce 1:58
7. "Big Wheel"   Jim Croce 1:52
8. "Just Another Day"   Jim Croce, Ingrid Croce 2:38
9. "The Next Man That I Marry"   Gene Pistilli, Terry Cashman, Tommy West 3:05
10. "What the Hell"   Gene Pistilli, Terry Cashman, Tommy West 3:12
11. "The Man That is Me"   Jim Croce, Ingrid Croce 2:53

The album was re-released on Capitol records as Jim & Ingrid Croce Another Day Another Town, with 2 songs omitted and the tracks rearranged in the following order:[3]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Another Day, Another Town"   Jim Croce, 2:27
2. "Vespers"   Jim Croce, Ingrid Croce 2:00
3. "Big Wheel"   Jim Croce 1:50
4. ""Age""   Jim Croce, Ingrid Croce 2:12
5. "What Do People Do"   Jim Croce, Ingrid Croce 1:51
6. "Just Another Day"   Jim Croce, Ingrid Croce 2:35
7. "What the Hell"   Gene Pistilli, Terry Cashman, Tommy West 3:07
8. "The Man That is Me"   Jim Croce, Ingrid Croce 2:50
9. "Spin, Spin, Spin"   Jim Croce, Ingrid Croce 2:43

Personnel[edit]

Production[edit]

  • Producers: Terry Cashman, Gene Pistilli, Tommy West

References[edit]

  1. ^ Strong, Martin Charles & John Peel Great Rock Discography
  2. ^ Allmusic review
  3. ^ Pickwick/33 By Arrangement with Capitol Records SPC 3332