Jim Davis
Recorded February 17, 1979

I met Jim while I ws doing volunteer work at the Pittsburgh School for the Blind.
He was a former student who enjoyed listening to and singing country songs.
This was recorded in mono with an Ampex 600 at a common friend's house.
He accompanied himself on acoutic guitar.

Jim passed away June 25, 2013 at the age of 67.


Chime Bells
Misty Blue
Shame And Scandal In The Family
Cheer Up
Chocolate Ice Cream Cone
One Has My Name
I Love You So Much It Hurts
She Taught Me To Yodel
Some Day You'll Want Me To Want You
Dead Roses For The Old Lady
For The Good Times
I Never See Maggie Alone
From A Jack To A King
King Of The Road
Folsom Prison Blues
Okie From Muskogee
Detroit City
Burning Bridges
Arizona Yodeler
The Auctioneer
Remember Me I'm The One Who Loves You
The Highwayman.
Give Me Forty Acres
Mountain Dew
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