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jim croce singles discographyJim Croce hit fame in the early 1970’s with a string of hits until his untimely death on September 20, 1973 in a plane crash.  His music remains popular today, largely because of his songwriting mastery.  Here is the Jim Croce singles discography.

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Jim Croce Singles Discography

 

Songwriting
Croce – Jim Croce

 

ABC ABC-11328
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 1 Jul. 1972, peak – 8, stay – 13 weeks
Produced by Terry Cashman, Tommy West
A.  You Don’t Mess Around With Jim – 3:00 – Croce
B.  Photographs And Memories – 2:03 – Croce

 

ABC ABC-11335
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 14 Oct. 1972, peak – 17, stay – 12 weeks
Produced by Terry Cashman, Tommy West
A.  Operator (That’s Not The Way It Feels) – 3:45 – Croce
B.  Rapid Roy (The Stock Car Boy) – 2:40 – Croce

 

ABC ABC-11346
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 3 Feb. 1973, peak – 37, stay – 10 weeks
Produced by Terry Cashman, Tommy West
A.  One Less Set Of Footsteps – 2:46 – Croce
B.  It Doesn’t Have To Be That Way – 2:31 – Croce

 

ABC ABC-11359
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 21 Apr. 1973, peak – 1 (2 weeks), stay – 22 weeks
Produced by Terry Cashman, Tommy West
A.  Bad, Bad Leroy Brown – 3:02 – Croce
B.  A Good Time Man Like Me Ain’t Got No Business (Singin’ The Blues) – 2:03 – Croce

 

ABC ABC-11389
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 6 Oct. 1973, peak – 10, stay – 17 weeks
Produced by Terry Cashman, Tommy West
A.  I Got A Name – 3:09 – Norman Gimbel, Charles Fox
B.  Alabama Rain – 2:14 – Croce

 

ABC ABC-11405
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 17 Nov. 1973, peak – 1 (2 weeks), stay – 15 weeks
Produced by Terry Cashman, Tommy West
A.  Time In A Bottle – 2:24 – Croce
B.  Hard Time Losin’ Man – 2:23 – Croce

 

ABC ABC-11413
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 29 Dec. 1973, peak – 64, stay – 5 weeks
Produced by Terry Cashman, Tommy West
A.  It Doesn’t Have To Be That Way – 2:31 – Croce
B.  Roller Derby Queen – 3:28 – Croce

 

ABC ABC-11424
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 2 Mar. 1974, peak – 9, stay – 14 weeks
Produced by Terry Cashman, Tommy West
A.  I’ll Have To Say I Love You In A Song – 2:30 – Croce
B.  Salon And Saloon – 2:30 – Maury Muehleisen

 

ABC ABC-11447
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 8 Jun. 1974, peak – 32, stay – 11 weeks
Produced by Terry Cashman, Tommy West
A.  Workin’ At The Car Wash Blues – 2:30 – Croce
B.  Thursday – 2:20 – Sal Joseph

 

Lifesong LS 45001
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 3 Jan. 1976, peak – 63, stay – 9 weeks
Produced by Terry Cashman, Tommy West
A.  Chain Gang Medley – 3:37 – Sam Cooke, Jerry Butler, Calvin Carter, Curtis Mayfield, Jerry Lieber, Mike Stoller
B.  Stone Walls – 2:55 – Croce

 

Lifesong LS 45005
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 24 Apr. 1976, peak – 110, stay – 1 week
Produced by Terry Cashman, Tommy West
A.  Mississippi Lady – 3:53 – Croce
B.  Maybe Tomorrow – 2:28 – Croce

 

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