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Lost Time in a Bottle


Download links and information about Lost Time in a Bottle by Jim Croce. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 24 tracks with total duration of 01:14:05 minutes.

Artist: Jim Croce
Release date: 2014
Genre: Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist
Tracks: 24
Duration: 01:14:05
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No. Title Length
1. Next Time, This Time (Harper College 2/5/73) 3:17
2. New York's Not My Home (Harper College 2/5/73) 3:23
3. You Don't Mess Around with Jim (Harper College 2/5/73) 2:51
4. Careful Man (Harper College 2/5/73) 1:58
5. A Good Time Man Like Me (Demo) 2:06
6. Tractor Trailer Story Intro (Harper College 2/5/73) 6:23
7. Speedball Tucker (Demo) 0:50
8. Operator (Demo) 3:48
9. Hard Time Losin' Man (Demo) 2:13
10. Seems Like Such a Long Time Ago (Demo) 2:21
11. It Doesn't Have to Be That Way (Harper College 2/5/73) 2:57
12. Bar Story Intro (Harper College 2/5/73) 8:10
13. Roller Derby Queen (Harper College 2/5/73) 2:55
14. One Less Set of Footsteps (Harper College 2/5/73) 2:44
15. Dreamin' Again (Harper College 2/5/73) 2:50
16. Bad, Bad Leroy Brown (Demo) 2:43
17. Time in a Bottle (Demo) 2:23
18. I Got a Name (Live 1973) 3:09
19. Charley Green, Play That Slide Trombone (Cazenovia College 1964) 2:35
20. San Francisco Bay Blues (Cazenovia College 1964) 2:47
21. Washington at Valley Forge (Cazenovia College 1964) 3:54
22. La Bamba (Cazenovia College 1964) 2:49
23. Seek and You Shall Find (Cazenovia College 1964) 2:51
24. Woke up This Morning (Cazenovia College 1964) 2:08



Lost Time in a Bottle is a 2014 compilation of rare demos and live recordings that cover a wide range of Jim Croce’s shortened career. Demos of well-known Croce tunes like “Operator,” “Bad, Bad Leroy Brown,” and “Time in a Bottle” show a fully capable singer/songwriter. Two live concerts illustrate different sides of the live performer. The final six songs are taken from a 1964 performance at Cazenovia College, 19 miles southeast of Syracuse, N.Y. At the time, Croce was a student at Villanova University and still learning his craft, though he leads the audience well. It’s an admirable show from a young man nowhere near being the established artist who performed at Harper College in Palatine, Ill., on Feb. 5, 1973, less than eight months before his death. The 1973 concert includes several extended stories to the audience (“Tractor Trailer Story Intro,” “Bar Story Intro”) that demonstrate the man’s personable side and his sense of humor as he runs through more than half of his upcoming Life and Times album and a few more from the earlier album You Don’t Mess Around with Jim.