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Jump Jack Jump!

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Jump Jack Jump
2:17  
02
'Til The Well Runs Dry
2:05  
03
Boppity Bop (Boogity Boog)
2:28  
04
Should I Ever Love Again?
2:39  
05
I'm Mad At You
2:09  
06
Old Fashioned Love
2:11  
07
Hurt Me
2:19  
08
It's Raining Outside
2:07  
09
Nursery Rhyme Rock
1:59  
10
Ding Dong Daddy
2:10  
11
Someday, Somewhere, Somehow
2:42  
12
Act Right
2:43  
13
What Do You Know (About Love)
2:49  
14
Now That I'm Free
2:40  
15
Heartbreak Melody
2:52  
16
Please Mr. Jailer
3:02  
17
Weather Man
2:36  
18
If These Walls Could Speak
2:58  
19
Touch And Go
2:14  
20
If I Pray
2:28  
21
Finders Keepers
1:56  
22
The Things You Do To Me
2:33  
23
How Many Times?
2:18  
24
Give Me Your Hand To Hold
2:18  
Album Information

Total Tracks: 24   Total Length: 58:33

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Great Artist Inconsistent Material

BigTone

Her voice is great, her soul is huge but some of the material and arrangements are not so hot. Her range makes this album impossible to pigeon hole. Listen to it all then select to your own taste.

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Jump Wynona !!

jukeboxjim

If you like the old R&B styles you'll find some good stuff here...pick and choose ...but the more you listen the more you'll choose!

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Love it!

kittenpanties

Fabulous rockabilly blues! This is a great album...

They Say All Music Guide

This 24-track set covers Carr’s R&B tunes, with many unissued but fine selections such as “If These Walls Could Speak,” “Finders Keepers,” and “Weather Man” finally getting out of the vault. The CD also includes her trademark upbeat, sassy songs, “Jump Jack Jump,” “Boppity Bop (Boogity Boop),” “Ding Dong Daddy,” and “Nursery Rhyme Rock.” Thematic variety wasn’t her label’s strong suit when it came to material, and they might have done better with more numbers like “Please Mr. Jailer” and “It’s Raining Outside,” and a few less boogies and jump pieces. – Ron Wynn