Category: Rock

  1. Sara Reply
    Song information for Four Walls - Jim Reeves on AllMusic. Song information for Four Walls - Jim Reeves on AllMusic Artist/Album Label Time AllMusic Rating; Jim Reeves. The Best of Jim Reeves, Vol. 2. Paradiso The UK Singles Collection Ideal: Jim Reeves. The US Singles Collection Ideal.
  2. Yomuro Reply
    Four Walls" and "He'll Have to Go" () defined Reeves style. Jim Reeves was instrumental in creating a new style of country music which used violins and lusher background arrangements which soon became known as the Nashville Sound. This new sound was able to cross genres which made Reeves even more popular as a recording artist.
  3. Sagor Reply
    jim reeves the country collection vinyl lp album arcade records four walls Sold for USD on (Buy It Now) Vinyl.
  4. Barr Reply
    "Four Walls" is a country song written in by Marvin J. Moore (lyrics) and George H. Campbell, Jr. (music). Moore also wrote the lyrics for the hit song "Green Door". Jim Reeves version. Jim Reeves had noticed the song in the office of record producer Chet Atkins and asked to record it. Atkins felt that the song was more suitable for a.
  5. Miktilar Reply
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  6. Zulukora Reply
    James Travis "Jim" Reeves (August 20, – July 31, ) was an American country and popular music singer-songwriter. With records charting from the s to the s, he became well known as a practitioner of the Nashville sound (a mixture of older country-style music with elements of popular music).
  7. Maushura Reply
    Songs Made Famous by Jim Reeves is an enjoyable LP collection of Kitty singing songs associated with Reeves including "Four Walls," "Billy Bayou," "She'll Have to Go," "Welcome to My World" and "Bimbo.".
  8. Gale Reply
    Mar 23,  · Jim Reeves on the Grand Ole Opry, September 3, and his many fans would eagerly snap them up on vinyl or cassette tape. on "Four Walls,'' a song that helped change the raucous country.