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9 thoughts on “ Take My Heart - Jackie Wilson - Sings The Worlds Greatest Melodies (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Vinyl LP pressing. Demon Records presents Jackie Wilson Gold, the only Jackie Wilson compilation you'll ever need. From the mid-'50s through to the early '70s, Jackie Wilson was a consistent hit-maker and master showman, known as one of the most dynamic singers in American R&B. Amongst his dazzling record of 54 us Hot and 49 R&B singles chart entries, he is best known for ' (Your Love /5(22).
  2. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Jackie Wilson - Sings The World's Greatest Melodies at Discogs. Complete your Jackie Wilson collection.5/5(6).
  3. Jan 16,  · From the Brunswick Album "Sings the world's greatest melodies" Also known as "Gone" by Della Reese.
  4. This quintessential edition includes Wilson's sensational fourth studio album, Jackie Sings the Blues, originally released by the Brunswick label in , and long unavailable on vinyl. Featuring all original compositions, this LP was produced/arranged by Dick Jacobs and contains some of Wilson's greatest studio recordings from the beginning of /5(9).
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Sings The World's Greatest Melodies on Discogs.
  6. Jackie Sings the World's Greatest Melodies and Spotlight. The former shows off Jackie's classical chops as goes through mostly familiar classical pieces. Spotlight is more to my liking as Jackie gives his treatment of well-known show tunes like Over the Rainbow, You'll Never Walk Alone etc/5(6).
  7. Official Jackie Wilson You'll Never Walk Alone lyrics at CD Universe. When you walk through a storm Keep your chin up high And don't be afraid of the dark At the end of a storm is a golden s Sings The World's Greatest Melodies/Spotlight On Track List. Click on a song to view its lyrics 1 Forever And A Day 2 Take My Heart 3 Pianissimo 4 My.
  8. This song LP contains enough Jackie Wilson to satisfy his most ardent fans, spanning from Berry Gordy's stuttering "Reet Petite" to the smooth "You Got Me Walking," produced by Eugene diedandtocoremarmistmellabefokim.coched between are his best and meatiest soul trips: "Whispers," "Lonely Teardrops," "Higher and Higher," "To Be Loved," "Baby Workout," and seven more mouth-watering treats to gratify .

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