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9 thoughts on “ Thats Why (I Love You So) - Jackie Wilson - Lonely Teardrops (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Nov 02,  · Jackie Wilson "That's Why (I Love You So)" performed on The Ed Sullivan Show on January 21, Subscribe now to never miss an update: svizokagluricocoveswaytsunucuph.coinfo
  2. Lonely Teardrops, an Album by Jackie Wilson. Released in February on Brunswick (catalog no. BL; Vinyl LP). Genres: Rhythm & Blues, Doo-Wop. Featured peformers: Jackie Wilson (lead vocals), Dick Jacobs (orchestra, chorus), Jerome Richardson (saxophone), Al Caiola (guitar), Dick Hyman (organ), Don Lamond (drums), Dick Jacobs (producer, conductor, arranger).
  3. Jackie Wilson's big beautiful voice outshines Dick Jacobs' bombastic big band sound on his second solo album. His voice-of-plenty makes two hopelessly MOR tunes ("Hush-A-Bye" and "By the Light of the Silvery Moon") tolerable, and contributes two compositions himself ("You Better Know It" .
  4. Lonely Teardrops Jackie Wilson. Released That's Why (I Love You So) Lyrics. 7. You Better Know It Lyrics. 8. By The Light Of The Silvery Moon Lyrics. Love Is All.
  5. Lonely Teardrops: A2: To Be Loved: A3: Since You Showed Me How To Be Happy: A4 (You Were Made For) All Of My Love: A5: Danny Boy: B1 (Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher And Higher: B2: Shake A Hand: B3: Doggin Around: B4: A Woman, A Lover, A Friend: B5: Reet Petite: C1: Baby Workout: C2: Thats Why (I Love You So) C3: My Empty Arms: C4: Whispers.
  6. "Lonely Teardrops" was a major hit for Jackie; he does this very well and it's a memorable tune. It was the title of his album of the same name and "Lonely Teardrops" even became Jackie's signature song! I doubt too many other artists could have done this so well. Jackie never lets go of a superfluous note and that's /5(6).
  7. I bought the CD Hallmark 'Original Recording' of Jackie Wilson's Lonely Teardrops album. From the first it sounded wrong - Lonely Teardrops seemed to be slowed down. But as it went on, there were skips and short periods of distorted sounds in several songs, and pops and cracks of vinyl surface were audible between the songs.4/5(7).
  8. Jackie Wilson had one of the best voices in '50s pop, and the songs here reveal how he helped nurse Rn'B into its '60s soul era during his early years with the Brunswick label. Swinging big-band arrangements mark the production, and, along with the bopping harmonizing, give this collection a .
  9. He's So Fine - * Lonely Teardrops - * So Much - * Jackie Sings the Blues - * A Woman, a Lover, a Friend - * You Ain't Heard Nothin' Yet - * By Special Request - * Body and Soul - * Jackie Wilson at the Copa # * Jackie Wilson Sings the World's Greatest Melodies - * Baby Workout #36 *

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