“Ice On Ice” by Jerry Butler - album review

TJR says

Another set of elegant soul-pop fayre from the same “Butler-Gamble-Huff” dream team as per “The Ice Man Cometh”. Elvis had “Suspicious Minds” and “In The Ghetto” - at least he could occasionally hit me hard within this genre. Jerry’s efforts are way below the required benchmark…

The Jukebox Rebel
05-Jan-2010

A1 [02:23] 3.6.png Jerry Butler - Moody Woman (Jerry Butler, Kenneth Gamble, Thom Bell) Soul
A2 [02:34] 3.1.png Jerry Butler - A Brand New Me (Theresa Bell, Jerry Butler, Kenneth Gamble) Pop
A3 [02:37] 3.4.png Jerry Butler - Been A Long Time (Jerry Butler, Kenneth Gamble, Leon Huff) Soul
A4 [03:11] 4.8.png Jerry Butler - Close To You Love (Jerry Butler, Kenneth Gamble, Leon Huff) Soul
A5 [02:57] 4.0.png Jerry Butler - Since I Lost You Lady (Jerry Butler, Billy Butler, Kenneth Gamble, Thom Bell) Soul
B1 [02:38] 4.8.png Jerry Butler - What’s The Use Of Breaking Up? (Jerry Butler, Kenneth Gamble, Thom Bell) Pop
B2 [02:40] 3.4.png Jerry Butler - When You’re Alone (Jerry Butler, Kenneth Gamble, Leon Huff) Soul
B3 [02:56] 5.1.png Jerry Butler - I Forgot To Remember (Jerry Butler, Billy Butler, Kenneth Gamble, Leon Huff) Soul
B4 [03:17] 5.7.png Jerry Butler - Got To See If I Can’t Get Mommy (To Come Back Home) (Rose Marie McCoy, Helen Miller) Soul Ballad
B5 [02:29] 4.6.png Jerry Butler - Don’t Let Love Hang You Up (Jerry Butler, Kenneth Gamble, Leon Huff) Pop
B6 [04:02] 3.8.png Jerry Butler - Walking Around In Teardrops (Jerry Butler, Bernard Robert Broomer, Norman Harris) Pop Ballad




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