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His Personal Best-The Greatest Hits
     

His Personal Best-The Greatest Hits

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by Jim Reeves
 

Product Details

Release Date:
05/04/2004
Label:
Rca Victor Europe
UPC:
0828765862929
catalogNumber:
658629

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Jim Reeves   Primary Artist

Technical Credits

Bill Anderson   Composer
Chet Atkins   Producer
Jim Reeves   Composer
Dottie West   Composer
Roger Miller   Composer
Anita Kerr   Producer
Ned Miller   Composer
Leon Payne   Composer
Cindy Walker   Composer
Joe Allison   Composer
Boudleaux Bryant   Composer
Harlan Howard   Composer
Buddy Killen   Composer
Jerry Livingston   Composer
Marvin Moore   Composer
Billy West   Composer
Alex Zanetis   Composer
Re Winkler   Composer
Gary Walker   Composer
Mitchell Torok   Composer
Werly Fairburn   Composer
Fabor Robison   Producer
Ralph Freed   Composer
Audrey Allison   Composer
Fred Dellar   Liner Notes
Rod Morris   Composer
George Campbell   Composer
Johnny Hathcock   Composer
Gene Davis   Composer
Dale Noe   Composer

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His Personal Best-The Greatest Hits 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Roger_P More than 1 year ago
How do they cram 30 of Jim Reeves biggest hits and best performances on one CD? RCA Victor Europe figured out a way! This import is one of the best finds of the decade. For the serious collector looking for a package of hits to take to go or for the first time Jim Reeves buyer that is looking for a great sample of his work, THIS IS THE ONE! Look no further. From Distant Drums to Adios Amigos, His Personal Best shows off his liquid velvet voice, lush perfect production and a spared no expense set of musicians and singers to help showcase his talents. Any writer lucky enough to have Jim record one of his songs would probably not have to write another. They could just retire on the royalties from one. He had the magic golden touch. He is sorely missed.