J.J. Jackson ‎– The Great J.J. Jackson -1969-Funk / Soul / Rhythm & Blues (Rare Vinyl)

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J.J. Jackson ‎– The Great J.J. Jackson -1969-Funk / Soul / Rhythm & Blues (Rare Vinyl)

stock photo only ( definite cover wear )

Sleeve Condition (Out of 10) ~ 7 tape in the corner/ some age wear/ ring wear
Label Condition (Out of 10) ~ 10
Vinyl Condition ~ (Out of 10)
Side 1 ~10
Side 2 ~ 10
BIN # *201

Described as "one of the most interesting obscure figures of '60s soul", Jackson, then based in New York,started out as a songwriter and arranger. His first songwriting credit, at the age of sixteen, was "The Lord Will Understand (And Say 'Well Done')", being the B-side to "Got A Date With An Angel", a 1957 single by Billy Williams. Jackson co-wrote the song with G. Douglas and M. Brent. The song was banned by the BBC for "religious overtones".

Jackson's first single was "Shy Guy", backed with "Time", on Crescent Records and distributed by Fantasy Records, in 1963. Both songs were written by Jackson.

Jerome Louis Jackson (born November 8, 1942,Bronx, New York) known as J.J. Jackson, is an American soul/R&Bsinger, songwriter, and arranger. His singing style is as a belter. Jackson best known for the song "But It's Alright", which he co-wrote with Pierre Tubbs. The song was released in 1966 and then re-released in 1969, to chart success on both occasions. The liner notes to his 1967 album, J.J. Jackson, on Calla Records, stated that he weighed 285 pounds

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Tracklist 

A1 But It's Allright 3:07
A2 It Seems Like I've Been Here Before 2:55
A3 Too Late 2:23
A4 Courage Ain't Strength 2:23
A5 A Change Is Gonna Come 2:14
A6 Sho Nuff (Got A Good Thing Going) 2:58
B1 Four Walls (Three Windows And Two Doors) 2:16
B2 I Don't Want To Live My Life Alone 3:04
B3 Try Me 2:23
B4 Down But Not Out 3:04
B5 That Ain't RIght 2:31
B6 I Dig Girls 2:18

 

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