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Jackie Wilson: Wailing Wilson Fishes, Hunts

Interview by Ann Moses, Rhythm 'n' News, November 1965

JACKIE WILSON'S career (past, present, and future) may be accurately summed up in one word — determination.   ...

James Brown, Box Tops, Albert King, Otis Redding et al, Album Reviews

Review by Peter Jones, Norman Jopling, Record Mirror, May 1968

Loads of R&B albums including Otis' great Dock Of The Bay LP ...

Jackie Wilson: The Rainbow Theatre, London

Live Review by David Nathan, Blues & Soul, October 1972

THERE ARE very few performers whose career can span a good fifteen years and continue to be chart names and still draw crowds, particularly in ...

Jackie Wilson Said...

Profile and Interview by Richard Williams, Melody Maker, October 1972

"JACKIE WILSON said… it was reet petite." Now as it happens, Jackie Wilson doesn't really need Van Morrison's approbation. But he's flattered by it all ...

Johnny Otis, Platters, Jackie Wilson Reissue Albums

Review by Bob Fisher, Cream, February 1975

Johnny Otis: Pioneers of Rock: Vol. 2The Platters: The Best of the PlattersJackie Wilson: Greatest Hits ...

Jackie Wilson

Sleevenotes by Bill Millar, Ace Records, 1984

JACKIE WILSON, pioneer showman of the old rhythm and blues school, possessed the most acrobatic voice in black music. ...

Jackie Wilson: A Tribute

Obituary by Cliff White, New Musical Express, February 1984

WHAT DO YOU think of it so far: 1984? No, neither do I. ...

Jackie Wilson

Profile by David Burke, Vintage Rock, Winter 2013

LISTEN TO The Million Dollar Quartet Sessions, the seminal 1956 recording of Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis and Johnny Cash jamming at Sun ...

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