B.J. Thomas owns one of the most distinctive voices in American pop music. Many of B.J.’s signature hits—the Oscar-winning 'Raindrops Keep Fallin’ On My Head,' the million-selling '(Hey Won’t You Play) Another Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song' and his career-igniting cover of Hank Williams’ 'I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry' — invariably find the plots’ protagonists employing some level of positivity to overcome the universal battle with loneliness.
Nothing about the identifiable sound of B.J. THOMAS’ voice has changed, but there’s a re-energized commitment behind it. Recognizing the continued loyalty of his fans, an anthology package of the original Scepter recordings as eight LPs to be reissued on four individual CDs with never before released bonus tracks. The project was brought together by music historian Jim Pierson. Interviews were compiled from all of the original writers and producers involved in making this music. Each CD includes a booklet that contains historical documentation of each particular album. This package is put together in a way that has made B.J. Thomas proud to be a part of it.