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Jj jackson with the greatest little soul band in the land but its alright


In 1969, Warner Bros. released The Great . Jackson , which contained four songs from Jackson's Calla Records debut, plus eight others. [29] Later that year, Jackson signed with Congress Records , a subsidiary of Kapp Records , releasing his third album, The Greatest Little Soul Band in the Land , in late 1969. This album reunited Jackson with the English musicians who had contributed to the success of "But It's Alright", in 1966, in particular Dick Morrissey and Terry Smith . For his fourth album, Jackson formed . Jackson's Dilemma, releasing an eponymous album on Perception Records in 1970, recorded in 1969. [30] With some of the same musicians who had been members of . Jackson's Dilemma, Jackson released his fifth and final album (and fourth solo album) ...and proud of it! in 1970, on Perception Records. [31]

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 JJ Jackson scored a massive hit in 1966 with his recording of the dance floor favorite BUT ITS ALRIGHT.  This unlikely pairing of the talented Prado Brothers band brings a whole new sound to the classic soul singer.  A combination of Otis Redding style vocals and Johnny Guitar Watson guitar combine to make a scorching collection of hard blues and soul.  Covers of Percy Mayfield, Joe Tex & Jimmy McCracklin are given the Prado treatment with wonderful horn charts and Igor's amazing guitar tone...........


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