Jim Croce

Jim Croce (Jan 10, 1943 ‒ Sept 20, 1973) was an American singer-songwriter from South Philadelphia whose biggest single "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown" hit number 1 on the US charts in the summer of 1973. His influences included Ian & Sylvia, Gordon Lightfoot and Woody Guthrie. Sadly, Croce died in a small commercial plane crash one day before his third album, "I Got a Name" was to be released. Early life Croce was born in South Philadelphia. He graduated from Upper Darby High School in Drexel Hill Read more on Last.fm
Steel Rail Blues
It's All Over, Mary Ann
Coal Tattoo
Texas Rodeo
Hard Times Be Over
Charley Green, Play That Slide Trombone
Railroad Song
The Ballad of Gunga Din
Hard Hearted Hannah (The Vamp From Savannah)
Pa (Song for a Grandfather)
Sun Come Up
The Blizzard
Running Maggie
Until It's Time for Me to Go
Big Fat Woman
Home Recordings: Americana
Living With the Blues
Things 'Bout Goin' My Way
Nobody Loves a Fat Girl
You Oughta See Pickles Now
Cigarettes, Whiskey and Wild Wild Women
In the Jailhouse Now
If the Backdoor Could Talk
Who Will Buy the Wine
Mom and Dad's Waltz
The Wall
Sadie Green (The Vamp of New Orleans)
I Got Mine
Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate
Six Days on the Road
Mama Tried
The Faces I've Been
This Land is Your Land
Which Way Are You Goin’
Greenback Dollar
King's Song
Pig's Song
Mississippi Lady
Chain Gang Medley: Chain Gang / He Don't Love You / Searchin'
The Ballad of Gunga Din
Sun Come Up
Ol' Man River
Big Fat Woman
Carmella....South Philly
Cars and Dates, Chrome and Clubs
Charley Green, Play That Slide Trombone
The Chinese
Trucks and Ups
Railroad Song
The Army
The Way We Used to Be
Stone Walls
I Remember Mary
Country Girl
Jim & Ingrid Croce
Spin, Spin, Spin
I Am Who I Am
What Do People Do
Another Day, Another Town
Big Wheel
Just Another Day
The Next Man That I Marry
What the Hell
The Man That Is Me