Freddie Jackson - Jam Tonight album flac
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|A||Jam Tonight (Serious Edit)
Remix – F. Jackson*, P. Laurence*
|B||I Don't Want To Lose Your Love (Edit)|
|V-15317||Freddie Jackson||Jam Tonight (12")||Capitol Records||V-15317||US||1986|
|SPRO-79081||Freddie Jackson||Jam Tonight (12", Promo)||Capitol Records||SPRO-79081||US||1986|
|K 060-20 1979 6||Freddie Jackson||Jam Tonight (12")||Capitol Records||K 060-20 1979 6||Europe||1986|
|CL461||Freddie Jackson||Jam Tonight (7")||Capitol Records||CL461||UK||1986|
|12CLS 461||Freddie Jackson / Mystic Merlin||Freddie Jackson / Mystic Merlin - Jam Tonight / Mr. Magician / I Don't Want To Lose Your Love (12")||Capitol Records||12CLS 461||UK||1986|
Frederick Anthony "Freddie" Jackson (born October 2, 1956) is an American Grammy-nominated singer. Originally from New York, Jackson began his professional music career in the late 1970s with the California funk band Mystic Merlin. Among his well–known R&B/Soul hits are "Rock Me Tonight (For Old Times Sake)" (1985), "Have You Ever Loved Somebody" (1986), "Jam Tonight" (1986), "Do Me Again" (1990), and "You Are My Lady" (1985).
Rock Me Tonight is the platinum selling 1985 debut album from American R&B/Soul singer Freddie Jackson. Released on April 28, 1985, the album yielded four top–10 singles on the . R&B chart, with the first two, "You Are My Lady" and "Rock Me Tonight (For Old Times Sake)", reaching number one. The latter two, "Love Is Just a Touch Away" and "He'll Never Love You", peaked at Nos. 9 and 8, respectively. The album contains a cover of the Billie Holiday classic "Good Morning Heartache"
Produced by Paul Laurence. Album Just Like the First Time. Tell me why you came here Was it just to sit and stare? Won't you come go with me Take out some time? If you'll give me a hand I know that we could jam Let's get on down right now Let's get on down. Now don't you wanna jam tonight? Jam tonight? Jam tonight? Don't you wanna jam tonight? There's a new dance in town Now who could be sitting down? You've got to move in time The time must go on. Clap your hands, pat your feet Now you have got the beat.
The Greatest Hits Of Freddie Jackson. Rock Me Tonight - (remix). Latest albums by Freddie Jackson. The Greatest Hits Of Freddie Jackson. At Christmas (Remastered).
ANN LEE -Dreams (Album). AB LOGIC -AB Logic (Album). A-TEENS -The ABBA Generation. Gillete -On The Attack & More. CARDENIA -Memory (Album). CULTURE BEAT -Boombastic Hits (Unofficial). 12 Inch Classics On Cd - Freddie James. 12 Inch Classics On Cd - Gary's Gang. 12 Inch Classics On Cd - Gibson Brothers. JAM & SPOON -Tripomatic Fairytales. JAM feat NATASCHA WRIGHT -Thinking About You. Jam feat. Natascha Wright - What's The Way To Your Heart (CDM). Jermaine Jackson - Let's Get Serious (Vinyl). Jermaine Stewart - We Don't Have To Take Our Clothes Off. JESSE JOHNSON Bare My Naked Soul.
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Frederick Anthony Freddie Jackson (born on October 2, 1956) is an American soul singer. He was an important figure in R&B during the 1980s and early 1990s . Among his well-known hits are "Rock Me Tonight (For Old Times Sake)", "Jam Tonight", "Do Me Again," and "You Are My Lady". Career: Jackson was trained as a gospel singer from an early age, singing at the White Rock Baptist Church. There he met Paul Laurence, who would later become his record producer and songwriting partner. After completing school, Jackson joined Laurence's group LJE (Laurence-Jones Ensemble) and played the New York nightclub scene.
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Backing Vocals – Audrey Wheeler, . Nelson, Cindy Mizelle, Danny Madden, Dolly Eastmond, Freddie Jackson, Janice Dempsey, Lillo Thomas, Melba Moore, Paul Laurence (tracks: B1), Reggie King (tracks: B1). Bass – Wayne Brathwaite. Coordinator – Zack Vaz. Design – Roland Young (3). Drums – Bernard Davis, Buddy Williams, Joel Rosenblatt, Richard Rodriguez (5), Terry Silverlight