Friday, September 28, 2018

Jack Scott - The Singles & Albums Collection 1957-62 (2018)


Rock, Country, Rock'n'Roll | Mp3 320 kbps | 2 CD | 345 Mb

CD 1
1. Baby, She's Gone (2:50)
2. You Can Bet Your Bottom Dollar (2:49)
3. Two Timin' Woman (1:57)
4. I Need Your Love (2:16)
5. My True Love (2:46)
6. Leroy (2:09)
7. With Your Love (2:03)
8. Geraldine (2:06)
9. Goodbye Baby (2:09)
10. Save My Soul (1:53)
11. I Never Felt Like This (1:53)
12. Bella (2:07)
13. The Way I Walk (2:43)
14. Midgie (2:15)
15. There Comes A Time (2:25)
16. Baby Marie (2:02)
17. What In The World's Come Over You (2:43)
18. Baby, Baby (1:40)
19. Burning Bridges (2:39)
20. Oh, Little One (2:06)
21. What Am I Living For (2:19)
22. Indiana Waltz (1:58)
23. It Only Happened Yesterday (2:45)
24. Cool Water (2:27)
25. No One Will Ever Know (2:45)
26. Go Wild Little Sadie (2:35)
27. Patsy (2:29)
28. Old Time Religion (1:55)
29. Is There Something On Your Mind (2:43)
30. I Found A Woman (2:15)
31. A Little Feeling (Called Love) (2:40)

CD 2
1. Now That I (2:25)
2. My Dream Come True (2:54)
3. Strange Desire (2:21)
4. Steps One And Two (2:43)
5. One Of These Days (2:33)
6. Cry Cry Cry (2:39)
7. Grizzily Bear (2:19)
8. The Part Where I Cry (2:19)
9. You Only See What You Wanna See (2:34)
10. Sad Story (2:23)
11. I Can't Hold Your Letters (In My Arms) (2:31)
12. If Only (2:38)
13. Green Green Valley (2:46)
14. I Can't Help It (2:39)
15. I'm Dreaming Of You (2:07)
16. Your Cheatin' Heart (2:20)
17. Cold, Cold Heart (3:26)
18. You Win Again (2:59)
19. They'll Never Take Her Love From Me (2:23)
20. Crazy Heart (2:35)
21. Take These Chains From My Heart (3:39)
22. Am I The One (2:08)
23. I'm Satisfied With You (1:53)
24. My King (1:33)
25. It's My Way Of Loving You (2:15)
26. So Used To Loving You (2:58)
27. Cruel World (1:42)
28. Good Deal Lucille (1:49)
29. Window Shopping (1:42)


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1 comment :

  1. Jack Scott’s recordings from the early years of Rock &Roll sound even better today. During The Carlton Years in 1950’s Detroit at United Sound, Jack experimented with Rock, Country, Gospel, Pop and the earliest of what would, later, become known as ‘Rockabilly.’ It was a time when Stereo Recordings were rare. The Top Rank years in the 1960’s, recorded at Bell Studios in New York, are beautiful, fine, sophisticated, double/sided gems. But even then, Jack did not abandon Rockabilly. Fans are very loyal to Jack. It's always been so in Europe, but these days, there is even a resurgence in North America. In 2017 Jack Headlined a Rockabilly Show in Las Vegas, of all places, with fans coming in from all over the world. No one is more surprised than Jack. Every time he thinks he'll no longer perform outside Windsor/ Detroit again....the phone rings and it's England or Finland or Spain or France. I think that The Energy, Simplicity and Honesty of Rockabilly transcends it from being a 'Fad' to an Art Form. Jack Scott rarely drank, never smoked or did Drugs. At the age of 83, with a Vocal Range that has not been diminished by time…..from The Golden Years of Rock & Roll…..Jack Scott may well be ‘The Last Man Standing’.

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