Jim Croce: A Nashville Tribute

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Jim Croce: A Nashville Tribute
Compilation album by Various artists
Released July 15, 1997
Recorded 16th Ave Sound; Canyon Moon Recorders; CRC; Masterphonics; Oceanway Studios; River North Studios; Scruggs Sound Studio, Nashville, TN; Sound Stage; Twin Pines Studio
Genre Country music
Length 38:30
Label River North Records
Producer Brent Rowan, Ira Antelis

Jim Croce: A Nashville Tribute is a tribute album released by River North Records in 1997. The album consisted of contemporary country artists performing cover versions of songs by Jim Croce.

Mary Grady of Allmusic rated the album two stars out of five, saying that "If you like any of the particular artists on this collection, you may enjoy it on a case-by-case basis. If you are fan of Jim Croce, this contemporary country approach to his material may win you over, although it will undoubtedly lack the appeal of the music as delivered by its original author. If you are a fan of neither, this is not a disc you will want to own."[1]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars[1]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Artist Length
1. "I Got a Name"   Sammy Kershaw 3:30
2. "Box #10"   Charlie Daniels 3:22
3. "New York's Not My Home"   Ronna Reeves 3:23
4. "One Less Set of Footsteps"   Larry Stewart 4:17
5. "Photographs and Memories"   Crystal Bernard 2:46
6. "Rapid Roy (The Stock Car Boy)"   Mark Collie 3:09
7. "Operator (That's Not the Way It Feels)"   Rodney Crowell 4:25
8. "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown"   Kim Carnes 4:18
9. "I'll Have to Say I Love You in a Song"   Lane Brody 3:10
10. "You Don't Mess Around With Jim"   Charlie Major 2:24
11. "Time in a Bottle"   Michael English 2:46

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