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Jackie Moore: I'm On My Way & With Your Love

(2009/EXPANSION) 16 tracks Columbia 1979/80


Moore, Jackie - I'm On My Way & With Your Love CD 1
1: This Time Baby
2: Joe
3: Can You Tell Me Why
4: Let's Go Somewhere And Make Love
5: I'm On My Way
6: How's Your Love Life Baby
7: Wrapped Up In Your Lovin'
8: Do Ya Got What It Takes
9: Helpless
10: Just To be With You (I Would Be In Heaven)
11: Love Won't Let Me Wait
12: Walk Away From Love
13: Take A Stand
14: With Your Love
15: Don't Knock My Love
16: You Needed Me/I Honestly Love You


Artikeleigenschaften von Jackie Moore: I'm On My Way & With Your Love

  • Interpret: Jackie Moore

  • Albumtitel: I'm On My Way & With Your Love

  • Format CD
  • Genre R&B, Soul

  • Music Genre Soul
  • Music Style Soul
  • Music Sub-Genre 254 Soul
  • Title I'm On My Way & With Your Love
  • Release date 2009

  • SubGenre R&B Music - Soul

  • EAN: 5019421600329

  • weight in Kg 0.100

Artist description "Moore, Jackie"

Jackie Moore

Precious, Precious

Jackie Moore

Precious, Precious


Miami was a recording destination as the decade turned, much of the action taking place at Criteria Studios. The sun-baked city was loaded with female soul singers, but when Jackie Moore entered Criteria on April 23, 1970 to cut Precious, Precious for producer Dave Crawford with house rhythm section Cold Grits (guitarist Jimmy O’Rourke, bassist Harold ‘Hog’ Cowart, drummer Ron Ziegler, and organist Billy Carter) augmented by guitarist Cornell Dupree and the Memphis Horns (trumpeter Wayne Jackson and saxist Andrew Love), she was the equal of any.


Moore wasn’t a studio neophyte. Born in Jacksonville, Florida in 1946, she had the benefit of her cousin Crawford’s guidance early on. Moore moved to Philadelphia in 1968 and made her debut 45 for producer Jimmy Bishop, program director at WDAS, the city’s top R&B station. Bishop didn’t issue it on his own Arctic label, handing Dear John to Bert Berns’ Shout label. Shout tried again with Jackie’s Call On Me, while her Loser Again ended up on Florence Greenberg’s Scepter logo.

Crawford was experiencing success as a producer when Moore returned to Florida. Dave got her signed to Atlantic, and at her first Criteria session, Crawford handed Jackie one of his own compositions, the driving Willpower. It was chosen as the A-side, but a Florida deejay flipped the single and found the alluring Precious, Precious, a mid-tempo Moore/Crawford copyright that shot to #12 R&B and #30 pop in early ’71, going gold in the process. Otis Clay cut a fine Memphis cover for his first Hi album. Cold Grits was emerging as a force at Criteria, having backed Wilson Pickett on his ’69 cover of The Supremes’ You Keep Me Hanging On.

When I graduated from college, I knew what I wanted to do: take the Muscle Shoals guys’ job!” said the late Cowart. “I went up, busted up in the middle of a session, Tom Dowd and (Jerry) Wexler were there. I said, ‘Listen, I can do what these guys are doing, just as well if not better!’ He said, ‘Well, you got a tape?’ We had stopped in Birmingham to make a tape. Next day he called me. He says, ‘Y’all want to move to Miami?’ ‘Well, hell, yeah!’ We were from Louisiana.”

Moore encored with Sometimes It’s Got To Rain (In Your Life), utilizing another noted rhythm section, The Dixie Flyers, and scoring another hit. She ventured to Jackson, Mississippi to cut a ’72 hit revival of the Elgins’ Darling Baby at Malaco’s studios, while her Sweet Charlie Babe, a #15 R&B entry in 1973, was laid down in Philly. When Moore’s Atlantic tenure ended, she hooked on at Henry Stone and Brad Shapiro’s Kayvette label, registering a #6 R&B seller in 1975 with Make Me Feel Like A Woman. Jackie landed at Columbia toward decade’s end. Her 15 1970-83 R&B chart entries testify to the unmitigated power of her pipes.


- Bill Dahl -

Various - Sweet Soul Music 26 Scorching Classics From 1971

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