RateItAll.com - The Opinion Network
1) Find and share opinions on anything; 2) Publish your own ratings list and share it on any site; 3) Make a little money


JIM REEVES RADIO SHOW FEBRUARY 25-28 1958 (CD) (Tower.com)$24.86
Everywhere You Go [German Import] by Jim Reeves (OLDIES.com)$5.95
Jim Reeves - Best Of The Best (Best Of The Best, )$7.97
Chartbuster Jim Reeves CB90052 Karaoke Music (Sumakaya Karaoke Music and Equipment Online Store)$17.99
A Tribute to Jim Reeves [Alternate] (Alibris)$13.84

Ratings Breakdown

  • 2
  • 5
  • 4
  • 2

Hottest Topics

Hottest Weblists

Related Websites

Jim ReevesGet Rating Widget!

Overall Rating: 3.31 based on 13 ratings
Click here to read all Read less
ItemImageJim Reeves was one of country's superstars, who was tragically killed in 1964 in an airplane crash.

This item was submitted by dodneh (1) on 9/28/2005 10:49:10 PM.

Your rating:     (Roll over your star rating, then click) (5=Great)
Notify me by email when someone comments on my review
Notify me by email when someone reviews this item

Reviews for Jim Reeves  1-2 OF 2

Browse next item:
Jimmie Rodgers
Sort items by:
operator 409 (7)
A favorite of my mom. Pleasing, smooth baritone...and very versatile. When singing along with just about any song that comes on the radio, I catch myself going in to 'Jim Reeves' range, probably because the voice is so familiar to me, and Gentleman Jims' singing style is so fluid and accessible.

  (2 voted this helpful, 0 funny and 0 agree)
dodneh (1)
Jim Reeves had a smooth, relaxing voice. He could easily record pop music. His recording of "Mexican Joe" was No.6 on BILLBOARD's list of the bestselling c/w records of 1953. (For trivia lovers, the #1 seller, was "Kaw Liga", by Hank Williams). He had a long hitmaking career, with some excellent results in different genres; e.g. hymns, folk, pop,etc! He was a world-wide favorite. For example, he was England's #1 bestselling artist, in 1964. In 1966, he had Britain's #1 selling single of the year, with "Distant Drums". His recording of "He'll Have To Go", is in the Grammy Hall of Fame.

  (3 voted this helpful, 0 funny and 0 agree)
1-2 OF 2View All
Add a rating badge for Jim Reeves to your site!
Add a rating badge to your site!