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JACK HAMMER "Brave New World" 1966 Polydor. Backed by England's best Mod-Jazz players from GEORGIE FAME'S band, "LIBRARY MUSIC" session players & C.C.S.  Top Mod tracks like "Down The Subway" & "Switchblade Operator".. JACK HAMMER got his start writing for others like NINA SAMONE (later covered by NICK CAVE),WANDA JACKSON & "Great Balls of Fire"w/OTIS BLACKWELL. After a stint in THE PLATTERS he lived in Europe making"Twist" records, this lp +his "Colour Combination"/ "SWIM" Youngblood 45 in…

JACK HAMMER "Brave New World" 1966 Polydor. Backed by England's best Mod-Jazz players from GEORGIE FAME'S band, "LIBRARY MUSIC" session players & C.C.S. Top Mod tracks like "Down The Subway" & "Switchblade Operator".. JACK HAMMER got his start writing for others like NINA SAMONE (later covered by NICK CAVE),WANDA JACKSON & "Great Balls of Fire"w/OTIS BLACKWELL. After a stint in THE PLATTERS he lived in Europe making"Twist" records, this lp +his "Colour Combination"/ "SWIM" Youngblood 45 in…

Wanda Jackson - The Best of Wanda Jackson (Full Album / Album complet)

Wanda Jackson - The Best of Wanda Jackson (Full Album / Album complet)

Elvis w/ Wanda Jackson -Jan '57, Elvis began spending more time in Hollywood. "I never foolishly believed I was Elvis' only girl," Ms. Jackson confessed. "I wasn't in love with Elvis. I thought the world of him. I had a crush on him. And that was it." What was Presley's most attractive feature? "Oh, his eyes," Ms. Jackson said, closing her own. "They were all smoky and smoldering." Was he a good kisser? "Yeah," she said softly, dragging out the word. "Had to be if I was going to go with…

Elvis w/ Wanda Jackson -Jan '57, Elvis began spending more time in Hollywood. "I never foolishly believed I was Elvis' only girl," Ms. Jackson confessed. "I wasn't in love with Elvis. I thought the world of him. I had a crush on him. And that was it." What was Presley's most attractive feature? "Oh, his eyes," Ms. Jackson said, closing her own. "They were all smoky and smoldering." Was he a good kisser? "Yeah," she said softly, dragging out the word. "Had to be if I was going to go with…

May 24-May 27, 2013 Get ready to dance in the streets of Old Sacramento morning, noon, and night when the Sacramento Music Festival celebrates 40 amazing years of world-class musical entertainment! Sure to delight music lovers of all ages, headliners for the 40th anniversary event include Los Lobos, The Blasters, John Lee Hooker Jr., Dan Hicks & The Hot Licks, Terry Hanck, and Wanda Jackson, to name a few.

May 24-May 27, 2013 Get ready to dance in the streets of Old Sacramento morning, noon, and night when the Sacramento Music Festival celebrates 40 amazing years of world-class musical entertainment! Sure to delight music lovers of all ages, headliners for the 40th anniversary event include Los Lobos, The Blasters, John Lee Hooker Jr., Dan Hicks & The Hot Licks, Terry Hanck, and Wanda Jackson, to name a few.

WANDA JACKSON 33 LP ROCKABILLY LOVIN' COUNTRY STYLE STETSON ENGLAND HAT 3021  #RockabillyPsychobilly

WANDA JACKSON 33 LP ROCKABILLY LOVIN' COUNTRY STYLE STETSON ENGLAND HAT 3021 #RockabillyPsychobilly

Wanda Jackson "Come On Home (To This Lonely Heart)"

Wanda Jackson "Come On Home (To This Lonely Heart)"

Top row: Connie Francis, "Hawaii Connie" (1968); Marilyn Michaels, "Times They Are A-Changin'" (1967); Wanda Jackson, "Cream of the Crop" (1967) Middle row: Jane Morgan, "Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye" (1967); Sarah Vaughan, "Orchestra Arranged & Conducted By Michel Legrand" (1972); Peggy Lee, "Mink Jazz" (1963) Bottom row: Lainie Kazan, "The Love Album" (1967); Petula Clark, "The World's Greatest International Hits" (1965); Helen Merrill, "Sings The Beatles" (1970)

Top row: Connie Francis, "Hawaii Connie" (1968); Marilyn Michaels, "Times They Are A-Changin'" (1967); Wanda Jackson, "Cream of the Crop" (1967) Middle row: Jane Morgan, "Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye" (1967); Sarah Vaughan, "Orchestra Arranged & Conducted By Michel Legrand" (1972); Peggy Lee, "Mink Jazz" (1963) Bottom row: Lainie Kazan, "The Love Album" (1967); Petula Clark, "The World's Greatest International Hits" (1965); Helen Merrill, "Sings The Beatles" (1970)

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