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Wanda Jackson - Right Or Wrong album mp3

Performer: Wanda Jackson
Title: Right Or Wrong
Released: 1992
Style: Rockabilly, Country
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 528
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The albums discography of Wanda Jackson, an American recording artist, consists of forty-five studio albums, one international studio album, seven tribute and cover albums, four live albums, twenty-one compilation albums, and two box sets. In 1954 at age sixteen, Jackson signed with Decca Records as a country music artist. The label did not issue a record until the 1962 compilation Lovin' Country Style, six years after Jackson left Decca.

Band Name Wanda Jackson. Album Name Right or Wrong. Data de lançamento 1961. Membros têm este álbum0.

Watch the video for Right or Wrong from Wanda Jackson's Wanda Jackson for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Jackson was still in high school when country singer Hank Thompson heard her sing on an Oklahoma City radio show and asked her to record with his band in 1954. Wanda Jackson (born Wanda Lavonne Jackson, October 20, 1937 in Maud, Oklahoma) is an American rock and roll singer. Wanda Jackson (born Wanda Lavonne Jackson, October 20, 1937 in Maud, Oklahoma) is an American rock and roll singer

This four-CD set is like a photo album of Wanda Jackson growing up, from innocent adolescent to rockabilly star and the dominant female country singer of the early 1960s.

Written-By – Wanda Jackson. 1-2. Lovin' Country Style. Written-By – Hal Southern, Wayne West (2). 1-3. The Heart You Could Have Had. Written-By – Joe Carson.

Wanda Jackson became the "queen of rockabilly" when Elvis Presley himself encouraged her to sing rockabilly when she toured with him in 1955-1956, but she began moving toward pure country when she had an early hit song with the title track "Right or Wrong" on her 1961 album Right or Wrong. Near the end of the arc of her rockabilly career, she recorded one of the songs on my All-Time Top Ten, the sublime "Funnel of Love" with her hot new band, the Party Timers that featured a young Roy Clark.

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Is Right Or Wrong the best album by Wanda Jackson? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. Right Or Wrong by Wanda Jackson (1961) Overall rank: 49,829th. Accolades: Top albums of 1961 ( 171st ). Top albums of the 1960s ( 2,885th ). Best albums of all time ( 49,829th ).

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1-1 If You Knew What I Know
Written-By – Wanda Jackson
1-2 Lovin' Country Style
Written-By – Hal Southern, Wayne West
1-3 The Heart You Could Have Had
Written-By – Joe Carson
1-4 The Right To Love
Written-By – Tommy Collins
1-5 You Can't Have My Love
Featuring – Billy GrayWritten-By – Billy Gray, Chuck Harding, Hank Thompson, Marty Roberts
1-6 If You Don't, Somebody Else Will
Featuring – Billy GrayWritten-By – Johnny Mathis*, Geraldine Hamilton, Jimmy Fautheree
1-7 You'd Be The First One To Know
Written-By – Wanda Jackson
1-8 It's The Same World (Wherever You Go)
Written-By – Thelma Blackmon
1-9 Tears At The Grand Ole Opry
Written-By – Howard Vokes, Wanda Jackson
1-10 Don't Do The Things He'd Do
Written-By – Wanda Jackson
1-11 Nobody's Darlin' But Mine
Written-By – Jimmie Davis
1-12 Wasted
Written-By – Tom Jackson , Wanda Jackson
1-13 I Cried Again
Written-By – Autry Inman
1-14 I'd Rather Have A Broken Heart
Written-By – Thelma Blackmon
1-15 You Won't Forget (About Me)
Written-By – Wanda Jackson
1-16 Step By Step
Written-By – Harlan Powell, Sonny James
1-17 Half As Good A Girl
Written-By – Jack Rhodes
1-18 I Gotta Know
Written-By – Thelma Blackmon
1-19 Cryin' Thru The Night
Written-By – Morton Levand
1-20 Baby Loves Him
Written-By – Wanda Jackson
1-21 Honey Bop
Written-By – Glenn Reeves, Mae Boren Axton, Tommy Durden
1-22 Silver Threads And Golden Needles
Written-By – Dick Reynolds , Jack Rhodes
1-23 Hot Dog! That Made Him Mad
Written-By – Danny Barker, Don Raye
1-24 Did You Miss Me
Written-By – Bobby Lord
1-25 Cool Love
Written-By – Vicki Countryman, Wanda Jackson
1-26 Let Me Explain
Written-By – Chuck Willis
1-27 Don'a Wan'a
Written-By – Boudleaux Bryant
1-28 No Wedding Bells For Joe
Written-By – Jim Coleman , Marijohn Wilkin
1-29 Fujiyama Mama
Written-By – Earl Burrows
1-30 Just Queen For A Day
Written-By – Harlan Howard
2-1 Making Believe
Written-By – Jimmy Work
2-2 Just Call Me Lonesome
Written-By – Rex Griffin
2-3 Happy, Happy Birthday
Written-By – Gilbert Lopez , Margo Sylvia
2-4 Let Me Go, Lover
Written-By – Al Hill, Jenny Lou Carson
2-5 (Let's Have A) Party
Written-By – Jessie Mae Robinson
2-6 Day Dreaming
Written-By – Cantrell*, Deckelman*, Claunch*
2-7 Heartbreak Ahead
Written-By – Dorothy Summers Brown
2-8 Here We Are Again
Written-By – Don Everly
2-9 I Wanna Waltz
Written-By – Thelma Blackmon
2-10 I Can't Make My Dreams Understand
Written-By – Buck Bryant, J. West*
2-11 Money Honey
Written-By – Jesse Stone
2-12 Long Tall Sally
Written-By – Johnson*, Blackwell*, Peniman*
2-13 Sinful Heart
Written-By – Wanda Jackson
2-14 Mean Mean Man
Written-By – Wanda Jackson
2-15 Rock Your Baby
Written-By – Wanda Jackson
2-16 A Date With Jerry
Written-By – Cindy Walker
2-17 (Every Time They Play) Our Song
Written-By – Howard Thomas , Rachel Lane
2-18 You've Turned To A Stranger
Written-By – Freddy Franks, Jack Rhodes
2-19 Reaching
Written-By – Skeets McDonald
2-20 I'd Rather Have You
Written-By – Thelma Blackmon
2-21 Savin' My Love
Written-By – Wanda Jackson
2-22 You're The One For Me
Written-By – Steve Rowland
2-23 In The Middle Of A Heartache
Written-By – Christenson*, Franzese*, Jackson*
2-24 Please Call Today
Written-By – Lena Hix, Woody Hix
2-25 My Destiny
Written-By – Helen Carter
2-26 The Wrong Kind Of Girl
Written-By – Bobbie Carrol
2-27 Kansas City
Written-By – Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller
2-28 Fallin'
Written-By – Howard Greenfield, Neil Sedaka
2-29 Sparkling Brown Eyes
Written-By – Billy Cox
2-30 Hard Headed Woman
Written-By – Claude DeMetrius
2-31 Baby, Baby, Bye Bye
Written-By – Smith*, Lewis*
2-32 It Doesn't Matter Anymore
Written-By – Paul Anka
3-1 Lonely Weekends
Written-By – Charlie Rich
3-2 Tweedle Dee
Written-By – Winfield Scott
3-3 Riot In Cell Block #9
Written-By – Leiber*, Stoller*
3-4 Little Charm Bracelet
Written-By – Wanda Jackson
3-5 Right Or Wrong
Written-By – Wanda Jackson
3-6 Funnel Of Love
Written-By – Charles McCoy , Kent Westberry
3-7 Tongue Tied
Written-By – Don Covay, John Berry , Mark Lewis
3-8 There's A Party Going On
Written-By – Don Covay, John Berry
3-9 Lost Weekend
Written-By – Wayne Walker
3-10 Man We Had A Party
Written-By – Jessie Mae Robinson
3-11 Why I'm Walkin
Written-By – Melvin Endsley, Stonewall Jackson
3-12 I May Never Get To Heaven
Written-By – Bill Anderson , Buddy Killen
3-13 Stupid Cupid
Written-By – Howard Greenfield, Neil Sedaka
3-14 Brown Eyed Handsome Man
Written-By – Chuck Berry
3-15 I Cried Again
Written-By – Autry Inman
3-16 The Last Letter
Written-By – Rex Griffin
3-17 Who Shot Sam
Written-By – Edwards*, Jones*, Jackson*
3-18 Slippin' And Slidin'
Written-By – Collins*, Bocage*, Smith*, Penniman*
3-19 My Baby Left Me
Written-By – Arthur Crudup*
3-20 So Soon
Written-By – Mel Tillis, Walker*
3-21 The Window Up Above
Written-By – George Jones
3-22 Sticks And Stones
Written-By – Titus Turner
3-23 I Don't Wanta Go
Written-By – Jerry Glasser
3-24 In The Middle Of A Heartache
Written-By – Christianson*, Francese*, Jackson*
3-25 A Little Bitty Tear
Written-By – Hank Cochran
3-26 I'd Be Ashamed
Written-By – Wanda Jackson
3-27 Seven Lonely Days
Written-By – Shuman*, Brown*
3-28 Don't Ask Me Why
Written-By – Ben Weisman , Wise*
3-29 I Need You Now
Written-By – Jacobs*, Crane*
3-30 This Should Go On Forever
Written-By – Jolivette*, Miller*
3-31 Is It Wrong
Written-By – Warner McPherson
3-32 We Could
Written-By – Felice Bryant
4-1 You Don't Know Baby
Written-By – Walter Spriggs
4-2 Before I Lose My Mind
Written-By – Roy Drusky, Vic McAlpin
4-3 The Tip Of My Fingers
Written-By – Bill Anderson
4-4 Let Me Talk To You
Written-By – Dan Dill, Don Davis
4-5 (Let's Stop) Kickin' Our Hearts Around
Written-By – Wanda Jackson
4-6 Between The Window And The Phone
Written-By – D. Allen*, Wanda Jackson
4-7 If I Cried Every Time You Hurt Me
Written-By – Harlan Howard
4-8 I Misunderstood
Written-By – Wanda Jackson, Wendell Goodman
4-9 Let My Love Walk In
Written-By – Dick Glasser
4-10 To Tell You The Truth
Written-By – Bob Chilton, Joe Huling
4-11 To Tell You The Truth
Written-By – Bob Chilton, Joe Huling
4-12 The Greatest Actor
Written-By – Charlie Williams
4-13 You Bug Me Bad
Written-By – Wanda Jackson
4-14 One Teardrop At A Time
Written-By – Betty West, Eddie Miller
4-15 Funny How Time Slips Away
Written-By – Willie Nelson
4-16 These Empty Arms
Written-By – Ivory Joe Hunter
4-17 But I Was Lying
Written-By – Audrey Allison, Joe Allison
4-18 We Haven't A Moment To Lose
Written By – Dick LinxWritten-By – Ted Brooks
4-19 How Important Can It Be
Written-By – Benjamin*, Weiss*
4-20 I May Never Get To Heaven
Written-By – Bill Anderson , Buddy Killen
4-21 The Things I Might Have Been
Written-By – Sherman*, Sherman*
4-22 Little Things Mean A Lot
Written-By – Carl Stutz, Lindeman*
4-23 Have You Ever Been Lonely
Written-By – George Brown , Peter de Rose
4-24 Please Love Me Forever
Written-By – Johnny Malone, Ollie Blanchard
4-25 Since I Met You Baby
Written-By – Ivory Joe Hunter
4-26 May You Never Be Alone
Written-By – Hank Williams
4-27 Sympathy
Written-By – Bobby Bare, Charlie Williams
4-28 Whirlpool
Written-By – Fred Burch, Marijohn Wilkin
4-29 Pledging My Love
Written-By – Robey*, Washington*
4-30 What Am I Living For
Written-By – Art Harris, Fred Jay

Credits

  • Producer – Ken Nelson (tracks: 1-16 to 4-30), Tom Mack (tracks: 1-1 to 1-5)

Notes

4CD-Box in LP-Format with 124 Songs and a 40-pages Booklet with many photo's, information and discography.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4000127156297
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