1 Jackson - Hold That Feeling (2:38) 1. eorge Jackson - My Nerves Fail (2:24) 1. eorge Jackson - Love Came Knocking At Your Door (3:35) 1. eorge Jackson - Pollution (3:03) 1. eorge Jackson - It's Not Safe To Mess On Me (3:04) 1. eorge Jackson - Soul Lovin' (2:07) 2. eorge Jackson - Your Love Lifted Me (2:01) 2. eorge Jackson -. I'm Living Good (2:57) 2. eorge Jackson - The Darkest Hour Is Before Dawn (2:08) 2. eorge Jackson - You Got A Lot To Like (3:11) 2. eorge Jackson - Ain't That Some Good Lovin' (2:43).
The Fame Sessions - George Jackson.
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Artist: George Jackson Title Of Album: Old Friend: The Fame Recordings Volume 3 Year Of Release: 2013 Label (Catalog Kent Soul CDKEND 408 Country: United States Genre: Soul, Funk, Rhythm. George Jackson never quite made it as a performer, despite cutting a handful of fine soul singles for various labels in the '60s and '70s. Hill ("Down Home Blues"), Bob Seger ("Old Time Rock and. Roll"), and even the Osmonds ("One Bad Apple").
George was brought up in Mississippi and made his first recordings for Ike Turner at the very start of the 1960s. He made his name in Memphis, recording for Dorothy Hester and then Willie Mitchell, with Dan Greer for Goldwax and then becoming an important staff writer for that label. When Goldwax went bust he signed with Rick Hall’s Fame organisation, making a couple of singles but really prospering as a songwriter, writing amazing songs for Candi Staton and Clarence Carter, and writing his biggest hit for the Osmond’s with ‘One Bad Apple’
George Jackson" is a song by Bob Dylan, written in 1971, in tribute to the Black Panther leader, George Jackson, who had been shot and killed by guards at San Quentin Prison on August 21, 1971, during an attempted escape from prison. The event indirectly provoked the Attica Prison riot. The Chicago born George Jackson was convicted of armed robbery in 1961, and was punished with an indeterminate sentence in the San Quentin State Prison.
Songwriter George Jackson wrote or co-wrote hits for Clarence Carter (the gold single Too Weak to Fight), Wilson Pickett (A Man and a Half), Bob Seger (Old Time Rock and Roll, Trying to Live My Life Without You) . Hill (Down Home Blues), and the Osmonds (the million-selling One Bad Apple and Double Lovin'), among others. Jackson's own album Heart to Heart Collect was released by Hep Me Records in 1991.