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George Jackson and Dan Greer - At Goldwax (2015)

14-03-2015, 10:47
Music | Soul | R&B | FLAC / APE

George Jackson and Dan Greer - At Goldwax (2015)

Artist: George Jackson and Dan Greer
Title Of Album: At Goldwax
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Ace Records
Genre: Soul
Quality: mp3 320 kbps / flac lossless
Total Time: 01:03:40
Total Size: 146 / 183 mb

01. You Didn't Know It But You Had Me - George & Greer
02. To Me It's Storming - George & Greer
03. Good Times - George & Greer
04. Do the March - George & Greer
05. Coming Back To You Baby - George Jackson & DAN GREER
06. Love Attack - George Jackson & DAN GREER
07. Don't Wake Me Up - George Jackson
08. Nothing Can Touch My Love I Have For You - George Jackson & DAN GREER
09. That's Why I Love You - George Jackson & DAN GREER
10. Come On and Make Up My Mind - George Jackson & DAN GREER
11. I'm Going To Straighten Up and Do Right - George Jackson & DAN GREER
12. It's So Nice - George Jackson & DAN GREER
13. A Road To Nowhere - George Jackson & DAN GREER
14. I Don't Want To Be Hurt - George Jackson & DAN GREER
15. Come Back and Help Me Save Our Romance - George Jackson & DAN GREER
16. I Can See Sadness Ahead For Me - George Jackson
17. Fascination - George Jackson & DAN GREER
18. If I Thought I Could Ride My Troubles Away - George Jackson & DAN GREER
19. I'm Still In Love With You - George Jackson & DAN GREER
20. I Don't Wanna Take a Chance - George Jackson & DAN GREER
21. Will You Be Around - George Jackson & DAN GREER
22. What Do You Do? - George Jackson & DAN GREER
23. To Me It's Storming (First version) - George Jackson & DAN GREER

Songwriter George Jackson wrote or co-wrote hits for Clarence Carter (the gold single "Too Weak to Fight"), Wilson Pickett ("A Man and a Half"), Bob Seger ("Old Time Rock and Roll," "Trying to Live My Life Without You") Z.Z. Hill ("Down Home Blues"), and the Osmonds (the million-selling "One Bad Apple" and "Double Lovin'"), among others. He also several recorded Southern soul-flavored singles, charting with "That's How Much You Mean to Me" and "Aretha, Sing One for Me."

Born in 1936 in Greenville, MS, Jackson started recording for Ike Turner's Prann label in 1963 after introducing himself to Turner when the entertainer played a concert in Greenville. The single "Nobody Wants to Cha Cha With Me" was recorded at Cosimo Matassa's New Orleans studio. After traveling to Memphis, Jackson was turned down by Stax Records, but while there he met Louis Williams and they started a vocal group called the Ovations. Recording for Goldwax Records, their single "It's So Wonderful to Be in Love" made it to number 22 on the R&B chart in 1965. While with Goldwax, Jackson wrote for label-mates James Carr and Spencer Wiggens. The Ovations broke up and Jackson got a solo deal with Decca Records under the pseudonym Bart Jackson, releasing "Wonderful Dream" in 1968.

At the suggestion of producer Billy Sherrill, Jackson journeyed to Muscle Shoals, AL, to work at producer Rick Hall's Fame Recording Studio, where he became a staff songwriter and wrote hits for Clarence Carter and Candi Staton. MGM Records act the Osmonds visited the hit factory and Jackson submitted a song he had originally written for the Jackson 5. "One Bad Apple" hit number one on the pop charts in early 1971, and stayed there for five weeks. Because of the success, Jackson was allowed to record some singles for MGM. During the mid-'80s, Jackson joined Malaco Records as a staff songwriter penning hits for Johnny Taylor, Bobby Bland, Latimore, Denise LaSalle, and Z.Z. Hill. Jackson's own album Heart to Heart Collect was released by Hep Me Records in 1991.

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