Jackson, Chuck

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Jackson, Chuck - Goin' Back To Jackson Goin' Back To Jackson
Soul New - LP MS 687 Motown
Sealed, Rare 1969 Stereo Original. Tiny Saw Cut. Includes "No More Water In The Well."... more details
 
Jackson, Chuck - Any Day Now Any Day Now
Soul New - LP 654 Wand
Sealed 1962 Mono Original, Tiny COH. "After Dionne Warwick, Soul Belter Chuck Jackson Was Arguably The Premier Interpreter Of The Indelible Pop Songs Of Composer Burt Bacharach — Any Day Now's Title Cut Remains The Apex Of Their Collaboration, Its Dramatic Arrangement And Suffocating Fatalism Proving The Perfect Showcase For Jackson's Richly Poignant Vocals. Jackson's Second Wand LP Also Features The Wrenching Ballad "I Keep Forgetting." Jason Ankeny, AMG.... more details
 
Jackson, Chuck - Chuck Jackson Arrives Chuck Jackson Arrives
Soul New - LP 667 Motown
Sealed 1968 Stereo Original.... more details
 
Jackson, Chuck - Mr. Everything Mr. Everything
Soul Used - LP WDS 667 Wand
Beautiful 1965 Stereo Original.... more details
 
Jackson, Chuck - Encore Encore
Soul Used - LP 655 Wand
Near Mint 1963 Laminated Jacket Mono Original.... more details
 
Jackson, Chuck - Needing You Wanting You Needing You Wanting You
Soul New - LP AP 3014 All Platinum
Sealed 1975 Original, Saw Cut.... more details
 
Jackson, Chuck - Tribute To Rhythm And Blues Tribute To Rhythm And Blues
Soul New - LP W 673 Wand
Sealed 1966 Original. “Chuck Jackson And His Touring Band (Led By Bobby Scott On Tenor Sax) Rolled Into The Wand/Scepter Records Studio In 1966 To Cut An Album That Was Decidedly Different Than Their Usual Fare. While Jackson's Best-Known Sides, Such As "I Don't Want To Cry" And "Any Day Now," Were Slickly Produced Efforts That Found Him Backed By The Cream Of New York's Session Musicians, For Tribute To Rhythm And Blues Jackson And His Crew Knocked Out A Set Of Covers Of Soul Hits Of The Day With The Tunes Cut Essentially Live In The Studio, Without An Official Producer In Attendance. The Result Was One Of The Funkiest And Most Soulful Albums Of Jackson's Career; The Singer Revealed A Degree Of Grit And Guts That He Didn't Usually Allow Himself In The Studio, And While All The Tunes On Board Were Made Famous By Other Performers (Except The Opening Instrumental), Jackson Managed To Bring Something Of His Own To Each Number. The Lighthearted Vibe Of Lee Dorsey's "Ya Ya" And "Get Out Of My Life, Woman" Becomes Heavier And More Rueful In Jackson's Hands, His Take On Sam Cooke's "A Change Is Gonna Come" Is Deeply Emotional, And "Quarter To Three" Is Changed From An Homage To A Party Out Of Bounds To A Very Fine Woman. While Chuck Jackson Is Usually Regarded As One Of The More Pop-Oriented Voices In The Golden Age Of Soul, This Album Demonstrates He Was Capable Of Tougher Stuff When He Was Given The Chance.” Mark Deming, AMG.... more details
 
Jackson, Chuck - Needing You Wanting You Needing You Wanting You
Soul New - LP AP 3014 All Platinum
Sealed 1975 Original. Pristine Copy.... more details
 

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