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Sentences forJim Reeves

  • Known simply as "Reggie", he played a range of popular standards, including songs by Jim Reeves and Ray Charles, as well as his own songs.Elton John-Wikipedia
  • Two overdubbed duets between Cline and Jim Reeves became major hits during this time as well.Patsy Cline-Wikipedia
  • Many older artists recognized they needed to change as they saw former pure honky tonk singer Jim Reeves blend his own style with the newer styles with great success.Owen Bradley-Wikipedia
  • Robbins belonged to the Jim Reeves era and wore his embroidered cowboy suits proudly.Marty Robbins-Wikipedia
  • Atkins was the longtime producer at RCA Victor who had made stars out of country singers such as Jim Reeves, Skeeter Davis, and others.Charley Pride-Wikipedia
  • In 1996, the label released a 16 CD compilation titled "Welcome to my World", by Jim Reeves, including more than 75 unissued titles and many demo recordings.Bear Family Records-Wikipedia

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