Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Gentleman Jim Reeves The Story of a Legend|
Actor: Jim Reeves
Director: David Hutt
Genres: Music Video & Concerts, Educational, Documentary
In a tragic airplane crash on July 31, 1964, the world lost one of the greatest ballad singers that ever lived... Gentleman Jim Reeves. This program tells the whole story which includes Jim singing many of his hit songs We... more »
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Mr. Technic | Sunrise, Florida | 03/14/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Almost everything affects people differently partly because of their life experences.
Well, I was grown up around Jim Reeves' soothing voice. Uniquely, this voice is for me and happens to be for many others as well.
Must I try to describe why? I could give it a try, but right now I'm kind of not wanting to, howerever this I'll say.
Music as a whole is an illusion, it can make you feel all kinds of emotions. And where does it gets you? Maybe no where geographically, but psychicly it can covers millions of emotional distance.
Some music can just irritate you when you're tired or in some other discontent frame of mind, but I've got to say Mr. Jim Reeves has a voice you might want to stay away from, if you're afraid falling in love with a sentimental and peaceful mode.
If you have never heard
Jim, and I would even have to asked, "where have you been?" just listen to any song emits from his vocal cord, its easy to become a Jim's favorite listener. He's really kind of addictive."
DVD - Jim Reeves story
Linda Walker | Newfoundland | 02/24/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I was so pleased with this DVD on Jim Reeves. It really showed the man himself in action and his wonderful voice. It was fun to learn more about him. However, I would have liked to have more PERSONAL information - like from his wife (what kind of husband he was? Did they have children?). This DVD is definitely worth the purchase and I plan to play it over and over again."
Mark I. Yanagida | 03/07/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I love Jim Reeves voice. I wanted to see him singing. Too much documentary talking. Not enough singing."