“Country Keepsakes” by Wanda Jackson - album review

features in: Album Chart of 1973Album Chart of the Decade: 1970s

TJR says

Only in March, and already Wanda has her second LP of '73 in the shops. The prolific and hard-working artist has had a new album every year since 1960. She's been biased towards gospel lately, I'm glad to hear her return back to country roots for this one, which boasts quite a few commendable cuts.

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A1 [02:52] 4.5.png Wanda Jackson - Reuben James (Barry Etris, Alex Harvey) Country
A2 [03:00] 4.3.png Wanda Jackson - A Wound Time Can’t Erase (Bill Johnson) Country
A3 [02:45] 5.9.png Wanda Jackson - Roll With The Tide (Boudleaux Bryant) Country
A4 [03:06] 3.9.png Wanda Jackson - You Took Him Off My Hands (Harlan Howard, Skeets McDonald, Wynn Stewart) Country
A5 [02:39] 6.4.png Wanda Jackson - I Don’t Believe I’ll Fall In Love Today (Harlan Howard) Country
B1 [03:01] 6.9.png Wanda Jackson - Tennessee Women’s Prison (Ron Hellard, Gary S. Paxton) Country
B2 [02:48] 6.2.png Wanda Jackson - I Don’t Know How To Tell Him (Glenn Martin) Country
B3 [02:42] 4.6.png Wanda Jackson - Your Memory Comes And Gets Me (Tommy Jackson) Country
B4 [02:29] 5.9.png Wanda Jackson - Pass Me By (Hillman Hall) Country
B5 [02:48] 3.9.png Wanda Jackson - He’s My Everything (Dallas Frazier) Country

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