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Lonely Teardrops

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Lonely Teardrops
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Each Time (I Love You More)
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That's Why (I Love You So)
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In The Blue Of The Evening
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The Joke (Is Not On Me)
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Someone To Need Me (As I Need You)
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You Better Know It
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By The Light Of The Silvery Moon
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Singing A Song
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Love Is All
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We Have Love
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Hush-A-Bye
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Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 29:17

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Jackie Wilson’s big beautiful voice outshines Dick Jacobs’ bombastic big band sound on his second solo album. His voice-of-plenty makes two hopelessly MOR tunes (“Hush-A-Bye” and “By the Light of the Silvery Moon”) tolerable, and contributes two compositions himself (“You Better Know It” and “Singing a Song”). Berry Gordy and Billy Davis, with help from Gwendolyn Gordy-Fuqua, contribute the most commercial songs, including the hit “That’s Why I Love You So,” “Each Time I Love You More,” and “We Have Love.” This marked the final time Gordy and Davis worked with Wilson; the hitmaking combo split because Gordy objected to Brunswick’s dogmatic refusal to put their songs on the flip side of their hit A-sides. (He resented other writers’ songs riding the coattails of their hits and cutting their mechanical income in half; he also wanted a share of the publishing. Regent Music published all the songs Gordy and Davis wrote for Wilson, and still holds the copyrights.) – Andrew Hamilton

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