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Jim Croce's untimely death in a airplane crash (in September 1973) came at a point in his career when he seemed set for a lengthy and rewarding career. To the millions of fans he had made through his music, his death was almost like losing a close friend. Jim Croce's emergence to global prominence came in the early 1970's, an era dominated by the confessional singer/songwriter albums such as Carole King's Tapestry, James Taylor's Sweet Baby James and Neil Young's Harvest, which sold multi-million copies.
I Got A Name features the Top 10 Hits “I’ll Have To Say I Love You In A Song” (No. 9), “I Got A Name” (No. 10) and Top 40 Hit “Workin’ At The Car Wash Blues” (No. 32).