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More info on you can re-listen to all Jim Reeves broadcast programs Yesterday, May 17, The Nashville Tennessean published an article about 80 year old bass player Billy Harlan.
Fans may remember that Billy was a member of both Jim Reeves' bands, "The Wagonmasters" and "The Blue Boys".
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.
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.
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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.The program will have a mixture of songs in logical USA LP order, a tribute, live recordings, overdubbed songs, promo songs, interviews, commercials etc.The female singer who accompanied him is probably his wife, Mary. The picture quality of this kinescope recording is excellent, much better than of the VHS tape copy which is circulating among fans for many years.
We have a surprise, this episode it is not only available to American and Canadian satellite and cable TV subscribers, but worldwide on the Internet!
We have posted three surveys from February 1960 when 'HE'LL HAVE TO GO' was being listed in the US pop and country charts.