Pat realised he had to continue with the formula and his next pick was "You're The Only Good Thing" which rode the charts for 19 weeks and went to number 17 in November 1961.Due to Pat's selections, Jims records not only frequently entered the charts in Britain, but also in the rest of Europe. One could pick KIMN hit Pade surveys at Downtown Woolworth, Villa Music, Woolco, or anywhere fine 45's were sold.Extra Gold Radio will start broadcasting a weekly Jim Reeves program.

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After Jim' s big hit "He'll Have to Go", which ran for 31 weeks in the UK charts in March and April 1960, RCA released two more Jim Reeves records from US single releases but they failed to enter the charts.

Pat considered he had to select a song which would be more attractive to the British record buying public.

Probably quite a few visitors to this website have seen the 1973 movie "Jesus Christ Superstar" or have listened to the soundtrack.

Very few people know that a former Jim Reeves song writer, Alex Zanetis ( of "I'm Gonna Change Everything" and "Guilty" fame) wrote the words and composed the music of another contemporary musical dramatization of the life of Jesus Christ.

The article mentioned that not long after Billy recorded two songs in RCA Studio B: This Lonely Man, and Teen Jean Jive, he spent a month out of town playing bass in the Jim Reeves band.

They played four weeks in the Hotel Commercial, Elko, Nevada, in June 1959.Subscription is .00 a month or .00 per year, payable by Credit Card.RFD-TV schedule a number of great "classic" country music television shows, such "Country Family Reunion" in which a group of country music entertainers talk about their memories, "Nashville on the Road", and "Pop Goes the Country".It will be broadcast on Fridays from - hours European Central Time.Tune in on to EXTRA GOLD RADIO The program will be compiled by fan club member Eimbert van den Oetelaar. Fred, an Elvis and Jim Reeves fan, also did the Jim Reeves show last year on Extra Gold Radio.One title is "The missing Link", in his own words: "The early trouble I went through to write "Mexican Joe" and eventually how it got to Jim, not in any books because I lived it..", and a book on "Fabor Robinson and how he made Jim and disrupted the entire city music industry..." Mitchell didnt mention a publication date yet.