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Album: You Know That I'm No Good - Single

Artist: Wanda Jackson

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2010
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 2

  • Copyright: ℗ 2009 Third Man Records

Tracklist For You Know That I'm No Good - Single By Artist Wanda Jackson

Title Artist Time
1
You Know That I'm No Good Wanda Jackson 4:30 USD 1.29
2
Shakin' All Over Wanda Jackson 3:48 USD 1.29

Reviews For You Know That I'm No Good - Single By Artist Wanda Jackson

  • shakin' all over

    5
    By tylander11
    jack white is a genius, every album i've heard him do with other stars has rocked! i think this one is the best, especially shakin' all over.
  • MORE!

    5
    By n69n
    beggin' for MORE!
  • A True Original!

    5
    By Rebel Radio
    She (as they say) was there at the beginning. She still rocks and kudos to Jack White for taking the time to work with another legend!
  • Wanda Is It!!!!

    5
    By Vegan With Perfect Taste
    And don't miss her if she comes to a venue near you. Her live show is great!
  • The Queen of Rock keeps Rockin

    5
    By jtgoodman
    I may be young, but I have listened to Wanda my entire life! I have fallen in love with her classics such as Let's Have a Party, Fujiyama Mama, I Gotta Know, and Funnel of Love; however, I am absolutely blown away by the ferocity of these new songs! Who would have thought that a woman of an impressive 72 years could still unleash the growl and sassiness that she did over 50 years ago? Wanda IS and forever will be the Queen of Rock! Please keep unleashing your "Sweet Lady with the Nasty Voice" for all to hear!
  • Incredible

    5
    By michael45233882
    I wasn't sure what to expect with these two songs. But, my God has Jack White out done himself or what? When I first heard that Wanda would cover Amy Winehouse I was very skeptical. After hearing this two sided single I'm really at a loss for words. I loved the Loretta Lynn record but these two songs alone have trumped anything on that brilliant record. Have liked Wanda's records for years and own several of them. But, she's never sounded this hip or fierce. THANK YOU Jack White and the folks who had the idea for Wanda to work with Jack.
  • MUSIC BUYER

    5
    By SARGENT WOODEN TAIL
    Great to hear Wanda with new songs; super arrangements. Her voice is something else!!
  • No good?....No way!

    5
    By Philles32
    Wanda is a classic...always! With a career spanning over 50 years, she now adds another notch to her guitar strap by working with Jack White. I've loved Wanda for years and I am a huge Amy Winehouse fan so this combination is right up my alley. The cover of the Johnny Kidd and the Pirates / The Guess Who's "Shakin' All Over" is also fantastic. A full-length project would be amazing. You go Wanda...ROCK ON - as you always do! By the way, these tracks sound even better on vinyl!
  • Great work

    5
    By JenChancellor
    White helps the "Queen of Rock" Wanda Jackson shine. He has intuitively guided her into doing some of her best work. She's waited quite some time for this opportunity. As a longtime Wanda Jackson fan myself, I must admit it was well worth the wait.
  • More, please.

    5
    By SPM5280
    "You Know That I'm No Good" This seems familiar. Maybe because of the J.White produced Loretta Lynn album (which i love), but this Wanda Jackson release is truly amazing. One can only hope that Mr. White will dig and find more rockabilly artist to work with. The time shift towards the end of the song gives off a smokey overtone of being "no good". I love it. Add another notch on the post for the one true musical genius of our time.

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