George Henry Jackson (March 12, 1945 – April 14, 2013) was an American blues, rhythm & blues, rock and soul songwriter and singer. His prominence was as a prolific and skilled songwriter; he wrote or co-wrote many hit songs for other musicians, including "Down Home Blues," "One Bad Apple", "Old Time Rock and Roll" and "The Only Way Is Up". As a southern soul singer he recorded fifteen singles between 1963 and 1985, with some success.
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J P Robinson, A Florida based Soul & R&B singer cut a version of 'George Jackson' that appeared on the Atco label (6298) in 1972. Archie Shepp, a leading light in the free jazz movement of the late 1960s, recorded a tribute, "Blues for Brother George Jackson" on his 1972 album "Attica Blues". The album was widely praised. Frankie Goes To Hollywood, on their 6:15 second cover version of the song "War" entitled "War . .
George Joseph Robinson was born August 9, 1895, to George Robinson and Rachel Perkes Poppleton. Federal Census for American Fork, Utah, George J. Robinson was listed there with his family as follows: George . 42, Rachel, 27, Charles . 7, George . 4, Alta . 2, and William P. 6 months old. George G. and Rachel had been married for 8 years. They were both born in Utah, as were their children, and both of their parents were born in England.
George Foster Robinson (August 13, 1832 – August 16, 1907) was a soldier of the United States Army and the attendant of Secretary of State William H. Seward who was best known for his role in foiling the assassination attempt of William Seward by Lewis Powell for which he was awarded the Congressional Gold Medal in 1871. Robinson joined 8th Maine Infantry in August 1863, and was serving as an attendant to Seward while recovering from battlefield wounds