“The Many Moods Of Wanda Jackson” by Wanda Jackson - album review

TJR says

Wanda's second LP of 1968 continued the recent recovery in form and included a brilliant reading of “Fever” in the style of the famous Peggy Lee version of ten years earlier.

The Jukebox Rebel
13-Aug-2015


A1 [02:28] 5.4.png Wanda Jackson - I Wish I Was Your Friend (Harlan Howard) Country
A2 [02:25] 5.5.png Wanda Jackson - Walk Right In (Red Lane) Pop
A3 [02:09] 5.6.png Wanda Jackson - Memphis, Tennessee (Charles Berry) Songwriter
A4 [02:25] 6.2.png Wanda Jackson - I’d Do It All Over Again (Ron Mason) Country
A5 [02:36] 5.4.png Wanda Jackson - If I Had A Hammer (Lee Hays, Pete Seeger) Pop
A6 [02:40] 5.7.png Wanda Jackson - I’m A Believer (Neil Diamond) Pop
B1 [02:16] 5.5.png Wanda Jackson - Today I Started Loving You Again (Merle Haggard, Bonnie Owens) Country
B2 [03:07] 7.6.png Wanda Jackson - Fever (Eddie Cooley, John Davenport) Jazz
B3 [02:30] 5.0.png Wanda Jackson - Poor Ole Me (Jerry Venable) Country
B4 [02:25] 4.9.png Wanda Jackson - Walk On Out Of My Mind (Red Lane) Country
B5 [01:56] 4.3.png Wanda Jackson - Big Daddy (Bill Graham) Country




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