Available at jakescornerthemovie.com,
at bjthomas.com, as well as online &
local retailers.

 

Hope is right around the corner. Ex-football star, Johnny Dunn, walked away from the game early in his career to live a relatively secluded life far from the spotlight in a small, desert town he owns called Jake's Corner, a rest stop for travelers crossing the Arizona desert but for the people who live there, it becomes a rest stop for life. Johnny and the quirkily eclectic ensemble that live and work in the town occupy trailers behind the Corner Store and Jake's Corner Bar. Through the years, this cast of colorful misfits have become closer than most families.

Johnny's quiet life is altered dramatically when his young nephew, Spence, is unexpectedly dropped at his doorstep. The boy brings a childlike innocence to this town of adults who, in turn, get to share their homegrown wisdom with him.

Richard Tyson ... Johnny Dunn
Dianne Ladd ... Fran
B.J. Thomas ... Doc
Richard Trejo ... Clint
Colton Rodgers ... Spence

 


 

"Legends of Country - Classic Hits of the '50's, '60's and '70's was released June 5th, 2007.  This DVD includes performances from a PBS special that B.J. was a part of in 2006.  On this DVD he performs his hits, "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry" and "Hooked On A Feeling".  Many other country performers, past and present, are showcased in
this package.  It is presently available at online and offline video retailers, including Amazon.com and CDUniverse.com.

 



"That Christmas Feeling" was taped October 29th, 2004 during the performance at The Renaissance Center in Dickson, TN.  Here is the  track listing for both the CD and the DVD:

1.  When Christmas Comes This Year
2.  Tennessee Christmas
3.  Silent Night
4.  White Christmas
5.  I Just Can't Help Believin'
6.  Hooked On A Feeling
7.  On This Christmas Night
8.  God Bless The Children
9.  Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
10.  I'll Be Home For Christmas
11.  Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer
12.  Another Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song
13.  Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head
14.  On This Holy, Holy Night
15.  The Christmas Song
16.  Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
17.  Grownup Christmas List

The DVD is also available alone without the CD. 
(Pictured in the black cover to the right)
 However, for the present time, the DVD alone by itself is an import item only.

 


 

"B.J. Thomas - In Concert" is a DVD recorded LIVE in Austin, Texas on October 12th, 2002.

This DVD is now out-of-print

Track Listing:

1.  Introduction
2.  Two Car Garage
3.  New Looks From An Old Lover
4.  The Eyes Of A New York Woman
5.  Most Of All
6.  Rock & Roll Lullaby
7.  I Just Can't Help Believing
8.  Hooked On A Feeling
9.  Mama
10.  I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry
11.  Don't Worry Baby
12.  Would They Love Him Down In Shreveport
13.  Dr. God
14.  Band Introduction
15.  From Zero To Heaven (only available on DVD)
16.  Another Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song
17.  Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head
18.  As Long As We've Got Each Other (Growing Pains)
19.  Back Against The Wall



 

"The Best Of B.J. Thomas LIVE" is the above "In Concert" DVD in a an edited form released by Curb Records.


Track Listing:

Eyes of a New York Woman
Most of All 
Rock and Roll Lullaby
I Just Can't Help Believing 
Hooked on a Feeling
Mama
I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry 
Don't Worry Baby 
(Hey Won't You Play) Another Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song
Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head 

(2005 Curb Records)



 


"Rainbow Valley Fire Department" is a set of 3 animated features for children which feature the musical talent of B.J. Thomas singing the title song and the voice of comedy talent, Tim Conway.

It is presently available on VHS and DVD at
www.rainbowvalleyfiredepartment.com.

 

"Straight From The Heart" is an American Soundtrack Concert Event which originally aired on public television stations around the country in 2004.  B.J. is one of the artists featured in this DVD.  He sings three of his hit songs, "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry", "Hooked On A Feeling"  and "Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head".  Other artists who appear in this special are: Tony Orlando and Dawn, The 5th Dimension, Dionne Warwick, Lou Rawls, Debby Boone, The Association, and Peaches & Herb.

This DVD package can presently be purchased at your local video retailer or online at such retailers as amazon.com.


 

We Praise! Worship In Song
Invitational Worship

This DVD features B.J. singing 7 gospel songs to new musical arrangements, accompanied by inspirational scenery and backgrounds.   B.J. is not seen in the DVD, but provides all the vocals.

This DVD is available at www.wepraise.org

 


 




"Dusty Springfield Reflections"

This DVD and VHS package of classic performances by the late singer Dusty Springfield, includes several personal insights from B.J. and Petula Clark into Dusty's life and career.

Available at Whitestar Video online or your local video supplier.  Runtime is 60 minutes.



 



"On This Christmas Night" is a holiday video featuring B. J., his wife Gloria, and their two precious daughters, Paige and Nora, in 1987. It is the Thomas family and some of their friends (Amy Grant, B.W. Stevenson, The Boones, Tennessee Ernie Ford and more) celebrating the Christmas holiday and sharing songs, memories and fellowship at a cabin in the Colorado Rocky Mountains. 

(1997 Laserlight Video)



 


Ed Sullivan's Rock-n-Roll Classics Top Pop Hits (also found named Ed Sullivan's Volume 2 Rock and Roll Hits): Performance & Appearance: 
"Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head" 

(Time Life Video - no date)



 


"Nashville Goes International"


 


Hosted by Charlie Daniels, some of Nashville's greatest stars take you for a look at country music in concert at different places around the globe. Includes Emmylou Harris, Barbara Mandrell, Oak Ridge Boys, Roy Clark, Merle Haggard, Ronnie Milsap and more.  B.J. performs (Hey Won't You Play) Another Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song from England.

Available at: Half.com & Movies Unlimited
(1988 cabin Fever Entertainment)



 

 

 

"NYC Profiles":  Interview done by New York City TV prior to B.J.'s performance at the "Muddy Cup" in Staten Island, NY on August 7, 2003.

Available at: Quest Media Entertainment & CreateSpace

 



 


"Ralph Emery's Country Homecoming": Performance & Appearance: "Another Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song" & "Tomorrow Never Comes" 

(Coming Home Music, 2000)



 


"Country Legends Homecoming": Performance & Appearance: "New Looks From An Old Lover" 

(Coming Home Music, 2000)



 



"The Christmas Song" video featuring B.J., his wife, Gloria and their daughters, Paige, Nora and Erin at their home during the holidays.  B.J. performs the one song.

This video was and still is shown on country video cable channels at the holidays.  Copies were available for a short time through the Fan Club.  
No longer available for purchase.



 


"Snowden On Ice": Vocal performance, no appearance.  
(I'm sorry at this time I cannot recall the song that B.J. performed on this video)

(1997 made for TV special aired on CBS and released on video sold at Target Stores)



 

 



"Believercise Video - Choreographed Exercise To Contemporary Gospel Music": B.J. does vocals on the song, "I'll Fly Away".  Other artists featured are Amy Grant, Leon Patillo, Joy Song, The Happy Goodmans, The Imperials, The New Gaither Vocal Band and Kathy Troccoli.

(Word Music - no date)



 


"Country Gold, Volume 2": Performance: "Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head" & "Whatever Happened To Old Fashioned Love" 

(Rhino Home Video, 1983)



 


"The Prodigal": Christian movie: B.J. does vocals on soundtrack singing the song: "I Have Today".

(1983 World Wide Pictures)

 


 


"Long Ago Tomorrow" (US name .. UK release was titled, "The Raging Moon"): B.J. does the soundtrack vocals of the song "Long Ago Tomorrow"

(1971 EMI Films UK)

 


 


"Nothin' Could Be Better":
This is Christian video with clips of B.J. performing on stage, mixed with the story of B.J. and Gloria Thomas's life.  Both B.J. and Gloria appear on this tape.

It is extremely hard to find a copy of this video, but at times it will show up on eBay.



 


"Blood, Sweat & Tears featuring B. J. Thomas" shows B.J. performing two of his songs, "Rock & Roll Lullaby" and "Sunday Sunrise", along with some songs from Blood, Sweat & Tears, all from 1969. 

This is long out-of-print, but at times can be found on the eBay auction website.



 




"Rock Stars Studio Sessions '69" contains the above Blood, Sweat & Tears and B.J. footage along with several other performers and acts from 1969 such as Seals & Crofts, Sha Na Na, Edgar Winters, Dr. Hook, Stevie Wonder, and John Lennon with Yoko Ono.

This is long out-of-print, but at times can be found on the eBay auction website.

 




 

"Dionne Warwick & Friends"

 


This DVD is also a compilation of various artists, including Dionne Warwick, Tina Turner, Stephanie Mills, Kenny Rogers, Marilyn McCoo, Florence LaRue, Tom Jones, Lola Falana, The 5th Dimension, Freda Payne, Barbara McNair, Deniece Williams, The Dixie Cups, Cybil Shepherd, Paul Anka, Helen Reddy, Sandra Locke, Tanya Tucker, Donny Osmond, Ella Fitzgerald and B.J. Thomas.

It is a Brazilian import, which at times can be found at the Ebay online auction site. 

 


 

"Flash Memories"

 

A compilation of various artists retro performances of some of their hit songs.  B.J. performs 3 songs on this DVD, Rock 'n' Roll Lullaby, "Long Ago Tomorrow" and a duet with Kenny Rogers, "When Something Is Wrong With My Baby"

This is a 2001 Brazilian import from C/F International, Inc. It can at times be found on the Ebay auction site.

 


 

These 3 fairly recent movies all have one thing in common.
B.J. singing "Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head" somewhere during the film.


The song now playing is: "While The Feelin's Good".

    

    


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