Jackie Wilson Sings the World's Greatest Melodies. Shake a Hand (with Linda Hopkins). 58. - - - Jackie Wilson Sings the World's Greatest Melodies. I Just Can't Help It" b/w "My Tale of Woe" (Non-album track). 70. 17. - - Somethin' Else!! "Forever and a Day" b/w "Baby, That's All" (Non-album track). - - Jackie Wilson Sings the World's Greatest Melodies.
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Jackie Wilson Sings the World's Greatest Melodies. 2012 Original Album Plus Bonus Tracks, 1958. The Tear of the Year. 2012 Brunswick Singles 1959 - 1960. Jackie Sings the Blues. 2012 Original Album Plus Bonus Tracks, 1960. The Greatest Hits of Christmas. Hearts" b/w "Sing (And Tell The Blues So Long)" (Non-album track).
Clyde McPhatter, Jackie Wilson - Clyde McPhatter And Jackie Wilson (LP, Album). Ember Records International Ltd. NR 5001. Vendi questa versione. Sings The World's Greatest Melodies (Album).
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This 14-song LP contains enough Jackie Wilson to satisfy his most ardent fans, spanning from Berry Gordy's stuttering "Reet Petite" to the smooth "You Got Me Walking," produced by Eugene Record. Sandwiched between are his best and meatiest soul trips: "Whispers," "Lonely Teardrops," "Higher and Higher," "To Be Loved," "Baby Workout," and seven more mouth-watering treats to gratify your musical soul.
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Jackie Wilson whose honey-rich falsetto-tenor voice had thrilled millions throughout the world died in January, 1984, aged just 49. For the preceding eight years and four months he had been in a vegetable-like state. He never uttered a word since suffering a heart attack while performing at the Latin Casino in Cherry Hill, New Jersey in September, 1975. Jackie Wilson Sings The World's Greatest Melodies (Brunswick Records 1962). Baby Workout (Brunswick Records 1963). Merry Christmas (Brunswick Records 1963).