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Album Review

The Best of Jim Nabors includes 14 solid Jim Nabors selections, including "(Where Do I Begin) Love Story," "The First Time Ever (I Saw Your Face)" and "Cabaret" (though not his trademark "The Impossible Dream").

Customer Reviews

Help in trying times

As a teenager these songs helped me through some of the saddest and hardest times. They helped me try harder to endure, and I did. I am 55 now and still remember them. I am buying this for my son.

Amazing Skill

This man has a set of pipes that, in my opinion, rivals Pavarotti. Although some of Jim Nabor's interpretations of the music is not what I'm used to, the skill, clarity, and fullness in which he sings is enough to make anyone enjoy him. I would totally encourage everyone to buy this album.

Great memories

Who'd have thought Gomer could sing? I installed an old 8-track car radio in my tree house when I was little (mid '90s) and needed a tape to play with which had some good music, but was not so treasured that I would mind losing it to the dirty/ humid environment of the back yard. As it turns out, 8-tracks were built to last and the tape spent several years plugged into that radio. To this day I associate the smell of plywood and masonite with "My Cup Runneth Over With Love".


Born: June 12, 1930 in Sylacauga, AL

Genre: Vocal

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

While better known as an actor thanks to his immortal role as television's bumbling Gomer Pyle, Jim Nabors also enjoyed a successful career as an easy listening balladeer. Born June 12, 1930, in Sylacauga, AL, he graduated from the University of Alabama with a degree in business administration, but later found himself working in TV as an apprentice editor; at much the same time, he also pursued a career as a cabaret singer. In 1963, Nabors was hired to guest star on an episode of the popular Andy...
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