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Mar102015

JACKIE DESHANNON

  • Author of such songs as “Bette Davis Eyes” and “Put a Little Love in Your Heart,” Jackie DeShannon Is One of Our Greatest Singer-Songwriters

  • In 1972, Jackie Left Liberty Records and Signed with Jerry Wexler and Atlantic Records

  • After Recording Her First Album (Jackie) for Atlantic, Jackie Then Cut Sessions for a Second Album with Famed Producer Tom Dowd

  • However, Only One of the 14 Tracks Came Out as a Single; Six More Came Out on a 2003 Deluxe Reissue of Jackie

  • All the Love—The Lost Atlantic Recordings Includes All the Tracks from the Sessions for the Second Album, Featuring Seven Unreleased Songs

  • Also Includes Four Rare Tracks Jackie Wrote with Van Morrison, Only One of Which Was Released as a Single

  • Liner Notes by Joe Marchese Feature Quotes by Jackie DeShannon

  • Rare Photos

  • A Major Addition to the Jackie DeShannon Discography 

 AUTOGRAPHED COPIES ARE NOW SOLD OUT but the regular version is still available. 

The first 100 customers to buy the cd from us get an autographed copy (ONLY TRAYCARDS ARE LEFT). First-come, first-served, only one autographed copy per customers order allowed

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JACKIE DeSHANNON: All the Love—The Lost Atlantic Recordings CD

 After a sterling 1960s stint recording for Liberty Records with such era-defining hits as “Put A Little Love In Your Heart” and “When You Walk in the Room” and before she defined another era by penning “Bette Davis Eyes,” singer-songwriter Jackie DeShannon was signed to Atlantic Records in 1972 by famed producer and DeShannon fan Jerry Wexler. That year, she recorded and released her first album (Jackie) for the label, and then cut sessions for a second album in early 1973 with producer Tom Dowd (Eric Clapton, Allman Bros., etc.). However, only one of the 14 tracks ("Speak Out To Me") she recorded with Dowd came out on a single in 1973; the other 13 tracks remained in the vaults until 2003, when seven of the tracks from the sessions were added as bonus tunes on a limited edition Rhino Handmade reissue of the Jackie album.

 

Later in 1973, DeShannon recorded four tracks for Atlantic that she wrote with Van Morrison. However, as was the case with the songs she recorded with Tom Dowd, only one of these tracks, “Sweet Sixteen,” was originally released as a single.

 

Now, All the Love—The Lost Atlantic Recordings brings together  DeShannon's entire 1973 Atlantic Records material in one place for the first time, featuring seven previously unreleased tracks along with her rendition of “Drift Away” that was intended for a single before the Dobie Gray cover version. Liner notes by Joe Marchese feature quotes from Jackie, who is thrilled to have these songs finally heard together in full, proper context after forty years. Rare photos, too…a major addition to Grammy Award-winning, Songwriter Hall of Fame member Jackie DeShannon’s discography!

 

Songs:

 

1. When I'm Gone

2. Drift Away

3. All The Love That's In You

4. Speak Out To Me

5. Hydra

6. Your Old Lady's Leaving

7. Grand Canyon Blues

8. Sweet Soul Singer (Unreleased)

9. Good Old Song (Unreleased)

10. Easy Evil (Unreleased)

11. If You Like My Music (Unreleased)

12. Free The People (Unreleased)

13. Spare Me A Little of Your Love (Unreleased)

14. Don't Think Twice, It's Alright (Unreleased)

 

Bonus tracks with Van Morrison:

 

15. Sweet Sixteen

16. Flamingos Fly

17. Santa Fe

18. The Wonder Of You 

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