DeShannon's biggest break came in February 1964 when she supported The Beatles on their first US tour, and formed a touring band with guitarist Ry Cooder. DeShannon co-wrote "Breakaway" with Sharon Sheeley, which was recorded by Irma Thomas in 1964, and by Tracey Ullman in 1983. She also wrote "Don't Doubt Yourself Babe" for Mr. Tambourine Man, the 1965 debut album of The Byrds. It would be three more years before Jackie DeShannon would record the song for herself, on her 'Laurel Canyon' album in 1968. She also appeared on the television show Ready Steady Go! Hit love songs. Vanilla Olay", "Only Love Can Break Your Heart".
Jackie is a 1972 album by Jackie DeShannon. The album was recorded in Memphis by Jerry Wexler, Tom Dowd and Arif Mardin. Paradise" (John Prine). Heavy Burdens Me Down" (John Hurley, Ron Wilkins). Brand New Start" (John Blakely, Tom Donahue). Only Love Can Break Your Heart" (Neil Young). Laid Back Days" (Jackie DeShannon). Full Time Woman" (Alice Stuart). Vanilla 'Olay" (DeShannon). Would You Like to Learn to Dance?" (Steve Goodman). Spotlighting her current chart hit "Vanilla Olay," she also offers strong cuts on John Prine's "Paradise," Neil Young's "Only Love Can Break Your Heart," and Steve Goodman's "Would You Like to Learn to Dance. Van Morrison's "I Wanna Roo You," and her own "Anna Karina" are also highlights.
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Only Love Can Break Your Heart
Atlantic Recording Corporation
Broken Arrow Music
Specialty Records Corporation
Single-sided mono promo with blank white label on B side, in Atlantic company sleeve.
Pressed by Specialty (-SP suffix on label matrix)
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Matrix / Runout (Label): A-23867 SP
Rights Society: BMI
Only Love Can Break Your Heart (7", Mono, Promo)
Only Love Can Break Your Heart (7", Promo)
Only Love Can Break Your Heart (7", Mono, Sin)
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