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Jackie Wilson Here Comes Jackie Wilson 1953-58

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Jackie Wilson: Here Comes Jackie Wilson 1953-58

(2009/JASMINE) 25 tracks (incl.8 Dominoes recordings)


Wilson, Jackie - Here Comes Jackie Wilson 1953-58 CD 1
1: You Can't Keep A Good Man Down
2: Rags To Riches
3: Christmas In Heaven
4: Until The Real Thing Comes Along
5: I'm Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town
6: Three Coins In The Fountain
7: St Therese Of The Roses
8: St Louis Blues
9: Reet Petite
10: By The Light Of The Silvery Moon
11: To Be Loved
12: Come Back To Me
13: As Long As I Live
14: I'm Wanderin'
15: We Have Love
16: Singing A Song
17: Lonely Teardrops
18: In The Blue Of The Evening
19: That's Why
20: Love Is All
21: Danny Boy
22: Right Now
23: You Better Know It
24: Etcetra
25: Hush A Bye


Artikeleigenschaften von Jackie Wilson: Here Comes Jackie Wilson 1953-58

  • Interpret: Jackie Wilson

  • Albumtitel: Here Comes Jackie Wilson 1953-58

  • Artikelart CD

  • Genre R&B, Soul

  • Music Genre Rhythm & Blues
  • Music Style Rhythm & Blues
  • Music Sub-Genre 251 Rhythm & Blues
  • Label JASMINE

  • Preiscode JAS
  • SubGenre R&B Music - Classic R&B

  • EAN: 0604988050929

  • Gewicht in Kg: 0.100

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Jackie Wilson

Lonely Teardrops 

Jackie Wilson

Lonely Teardrops 

Although he’d done respectably well with To Be Loved and Reet Petite, Jackie Wilson’s big breakthrough came with Lonely Teardrops. The writers/producers were Berry Gordy, who would, of course, go on to launch Motown Records, and Roquel Billy Davis aka Tyran Carlo who would later produce for Chess and co-write I’d Like To Teach The World To Sing. “We didn't even know we were supposed to be paid," Davis told 'The Detroit News' in 2003, of his deal with Wilson’s manager, Nat Tarnopol. Davis grew up in Detroit's north end, and was a cousin of Wilson's (their fathers were uncle and nephew).

He was also a cousin of the late Lawrence Payton of the Four Tops. At the Lonely Teardrops session, Davis told Bob Pruter that “the song began as a slow blues, but we changed it in the studio to make it more upbeat. During that period the cha-cha was very popular in Detroit, and we tried to give ‘Lonely Teardrops’ more of a cha-cha flavor.” Wilson sang with vein-popping exuberance, and Davis and Gordy coaxed a remarkably full sound from a small ensemble. Aside from a baritone sax mixed way back, there were only guitars, bass, percussion, and chorus. Guitar arpeggios replaced the pizzicato strings that Gordy and Davis probably wanted.

The tambourine would later be a feature of countless Motown productions. When the Isley Brothers performed the song on stage, they traded back and forth on the line, “say you will,” and by some accounts improvised an entirely new song, Shout, from Wilson’s outro. Other accounts, though, have the Isleys improvising Shout from Come Back To Me, the flip of To Be Loved. Wilson and those around him had no reason to be disappointed with the showing of Lonely Teardrops. It reached the top of the R&B charts and #7 on the pop charts. 

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