In April 1972, “ABC” label released “You Don’t Mess Around with Jim”, the third Jim Croce studio album. It was recorded 1971-1972, at “The Hit Factory” in New York City, and was produced by Terry Cashman and Tommy West.
- Jim Croce – lead and backing vocals, guitar, rhythm guitar
- Maury Muehleisen – guitar, backing vocals
- Tommy West- bass, percussion, piano, rhythm guitar, keyboards, electric piano, backing vocals
- Joe Macho – bass
- Jimmy Ryan – bass
- Gary Chester– drums
- The Briggs – backing vocals
- Terry Cashman- backing vocals
- Bruce Tergesen – engineer
- Paul Wilson – photography
All tracks by Jim Croce.
- You Don’t Mess Around with Jim
- Tomorrow’s Gonna Be a Brighter Day
- New York’s Not My Home
- Hard Time Losin’ Man
- Photographs and Memories
- Walkin’ Back to Georgia
- Operator (That’s Not the Way It Feels)
- Time in a Bottle
- Rapid Roy (The Stock Car Boy)
- Box #10
- A Long Time Ago
- Hey Tomorrow
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