Rock and Roll
ROCK AND ROLL
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INCLUDES 2 BONUS TRACKS
This release contains Jackie Wilson’s sensational fifth LP, A Woman, A Lover, A Friend, originally issued by the Brunswick label in 1960, and long unavailable on vinyl. Produced by Dick Jacobs, it presents some of Wilson’s greatest studio recordings from the beginning of his career.
In addition to the original masterpiece, this collector’s LP contains 2 bonus tracks from the same period: the touching “The Greatest Hurt,” and the joyful and bombastic “Swanee.”
One of the pioneers and most important singers in rock & soul music, there’s no better proof of Jackie Wilson’s talents than these soulful, stylish, and consistently excellent recordings.
JOE TURNER, lead vocals, plus:
SIDE 1  & : The Blues Kings,
feat. Mickey Baker (g), Lloyd Trotman (b), Harry Van Walls (p), Connie Kay (d),
Sam “The Man” Taylor (ts), Frank “Heywood” Henry (bs), Wilbur De Paris (tb),
Ahmet Ertegun, Jerry Wexler, Jesse Stone (backing vocals).
Recorded at Atlantic Studios, New York City, February 15, 1954.
SIDE 1  / SIDE 2 : The Blues Kings,
feat. Jesse Stone (p), Big Al Sears (ts).
Further personnel details are unknown.
Recorded at Atlantic Studios, New York City, February 28, 1955.
SIDE 1 : Jimmy Toliver (p), Vernon Bates (ts), Pluma Davis (tb),
Joe Bridgewater (tp). Rhythm section and backing vocals are unknown.
Recorded in Houston, Texas, December 1950.
SIDE 1  & : The Blues Kings,
feat. Harry Van Walls (p), Connie Kay (d), Frank “Heywood” Henry (bs),
Wilbur De Paris (tb). Unidentified guitar, bass, tenor saxophone, trumpet &
Recorded at Coastal Recording Co., New York City, November 3, 1955.
SIDE 1  / SIDE 2  & probably : The Pluma Davis Orchestra,
feat. Edgar Blanchard (g), John Fernandez (b), Fats Domino or Kathy Thomas (p),
Alonzo Stewart (d), Lee Allen or Warren Hebrard (ts), August “Dimes” Dupront
probably Alvin “Red” Tyler (bs), Pluma Davis (tb), Frank Mitchell, Thomas Sheldon (tp).
Unidentified backing vocals on side 1, track 7.
Recorded at J&M Studio, 838 North Rampart Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, May 12, 1953.
SIDE 1  / SIDE 2 : Joe Turner’s All Stars,
feat. George Barnes, Billy Mure (g), Lloyd Trotman (b), Ernie Hayes (p),
David “Panama” Francis (d), Sam “The Man” Taylor (ts), Earle Warren (as),
Jimmy Nottingham, Dick Vance (tp), TheCookies: Darlene McCrea, Dorothy Jones,
Margie Hendricks (backing vocals).
Recorded at Capitol Recording Studios, New York City, February 24, 1956.
SIDE 2 : Mickey Baker (g), Lloyd Trotman (b), Sam “The Man” Taylor (ts).
Further personnel is unknown.
Recorded at Atlantic Studios, New York City, November 30, 1956.
SIDE 2  & : The Blues Kings,
feat. Elmore James (g), Jimmy Richardson (b), Johnny Jones (p),
Theodore “Red” Saunders (d), Grady Jackson (ts), McKinley Easton (bs),
John Avant or Harlan Floyd (tb), Sonny Cohn (tp).
Recorded at Universal Recording Corporation, Chicago, Illinois, October 7, 1953.
SIDE 2 : The Dave Bartholomew Orchestra,
feat. Ernest McLean (g), Frank Fields or Peter “Chuck” Badie (b),
Thomas Moore or Earl Palmer (d), Fats Domino (p),
Clarence Hall and Herb Hardesty (ts), Joe Harris (as), Waldron “Frog” Joseph (tb),
Dave Bartholomew (tp).
Recorded at J&M Studio, 838 North Rampart Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 1950.
01. SHAKE, RATTLE & ROLL
02. FLIP, FLOP & FLY
03. FEELIN’ HAPPY
04. WELL, ALL RIGHT
05. THE CHICKEN AND THE HAWK
06. BOOGIE WOOGIE COUNTRY GIRL
07. HONEY HUSH
08. ROCK A WHILE *
01. CORRINE, CORRINA
02. MIDNIGHT SPECIAL TRAIN
03. HIDE AND SEEK
05. CRAWDAD HOLE
06. SWEET SIXTEEN
07. CHAINS OF LOVE
08. JUMPIN’ TONIGHT *