Jim Corbett | In the Middle of a Dream

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In the Middle of a Dream

by Jim Corbett

Acoustical, Sounds Like America
Genre: Easy Listening: Soft Rock
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1. I Never Thought You'd Leave Me
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2. In the Middle of a Dream
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3. Someone Like Me
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4. Rain
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5. On This Your Wedding Day
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6. Maybe Tomorrow
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7. How Could I
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8. Circle of Hope
4:24 $0.99
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9. Life Comes At You Oh so Fast
3:49 $0.99
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10. She's the Kind of Girl
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11. When I Look Into Your Eyes
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12. Ode to Our Borders
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Jim was born in Philadelphia and like many other young musicians started playing guitar when the Beatles made their appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show. After moving to New Jersey, Jim joined up with some school buddies in 1966 to form a group called The Purswaders. The group was managed by Ralph Citro Sr. and consisted of Ron Lovett lead guitar, Andy Dilio Guitar, Ralph Citro Jr. drums, Pat McLaughlin bass guitar, Joe Di Bartolo as lead vocalist and Jim rhythm guitar. Jim teamed up with Joe to start writing songs and it wasn't long before the group signed a recording contract with MICA Records and released a 45 called "You're Mine" & "Love Is a Magic Story". The group had some local success and toured the country promoting their record with the World of Wheels Auto Show". This took them to large arenas like the Charlotte Coliseum, Philadelphia Convention Hall and The New York Coliseum. After three years touring on the road the band decided to call it quits. Jim kept up his passion of writing and performing he can now be found in Western North Carolina doing solo Acoustical jobs.

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