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Chuck Jackson

Chuck Jackson

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Chuck Jackson: The need to succeed

Profile and Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, 23 December 1975

ONE OF the major disappointments in what has otherwise been a very good year for our music was the cancellation of the proposed All Platinum ...

On Disc: Singles Reviewed By John E. Abbey

Review by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, 29 March 1970


Chuck Jackson: Chuck's Foot Is Back On The Throttle

Report and Interview by Kevin Allen, Record Mirror, 6 December 1975

CHUCK JACKSON, one of the major R&B artists of the '60s, had 23 pop chart entries during his spell with Scepter/Wand Records. He then switched ...

Chuck Jackson in Three Acts

Profile and Interview by Kirk Silsbee, Los Angeles Reader, 20 November 1990

AN OFT-REPEATED myth about American popular music is that the early 1960s were a fallow period, dominated by greasy teen idols named Bobby. Supposedly, domestic ...

What It's Like When Chuck Jackson Records

Report by Loraine Alterman, Detroit Free Press, 26 May 1967

WATCHING CHUCK Jackson record is a gas! He's so creative and professional that he can listen once or twice to the band track and then ...

Loraine Alterman on Records: The Fascinating Sounds Of a Group Called Love

Review by Loraine Alterman, Detroit Free Press, 29 January 1967

THE TREMENDOUSLY talented West Coast group called Love still hasn't made it into the bright spotlight of fame like the Beach Boys or the Lovin' ...

New Albums from the Doors, Country Joe & the Fish et al

Review by Loraine Alterman, Detroit Free Press, 28 May 1967

The Doors: A Fascinating New West Coast Sound ...

In A Mellotone: The Apollo

Report by Michael Lydon, Yale Daily News, 16 April 1964

THE APOLLO Theater has the biggest sign on the biggest street in Harlem. The broad red letters can be seen for blocks on west 125th ...

Chuck Jackson: "White Artistes Don't Have The Soul For Blues"

Interview by Richard Green, Record Mirror, 3 April 1965



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