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Album: The Party Ain't Over

Artist: Wanda Jackson

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2011
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • Copyright: ℗ 2011 Third Man Records, under exclusive license to Nonesuch Records Inc., a Warner Music Group C

Tracklist For The Party Ain't Over By Artist Wanda Jackson

Title Artist Time
1
Shakin' All Over Wanda Jackson 3:47 USD 1.29
2
Rip It Up Wanda Jackson 1:51 USD 1.29
3
Busted Wanda Jackson 2:48 USD 1.29
4
Rum and Coca-Cola Wanda Jackson 4:39 USD 1.29
5
Thunder On the Mountain Wanda Jackson 5:13 USD 1.29
6
You Know That I'm No Good Wanda Jackson 4:27 USD 1.29
7
Like a Baby Wanda Jackson 2:39 USD 1.29
8
Nervous Breakdown Wanda Jackson 3:28 USD 1.29
9
Dust On the Bible Wanda Jackson 3:16 USD 1.29
10
Teach Me Tonight Wanda Jackson 3:16 USD 1.29
11
Blue Yodel #6 Wanda Jackson 3:30 USD 1.29

Reviews For The Party Ain't Over By Artist Wanda Jackson

  • The wonder of Wanda

    5
    By Gubben57
    Jack White deserves a medal from President Obama for his contribution to our musical culture. Wanda Jackson is game for anything White can throw at her and it's masterful. There is nothing like country western singers of her generation that reveled in the roots of country, blues and early rock & roll and had no problem shifting from one style to the next. Jack White has taken the framed Jackson's voice with fantastic arrangements that never sound nostalgic but always fitting. He obviously cherishes singers like Jackson know how to not loose her in the mix. His brilliant Van Lear Rose album for Loretta Lynn a fews years ago reminded us why we fell in love with the coal miner's daughter in the first place. Thank you Wanda for coming out to sing again and thank you Jack for presenting her on a silver platter.
  • Great stuff. love third man.

    5
    By Shanerbop
    ok, i now have a vow that any artist who has done a recording on third man records that plays in my town, i have to go to.
  • Wanda, White, Wonderful.

    5
    By unwashed masses
    Here's more good news. Wanda is going to perform with the Dusty 45's and they will also be her band for the show. The Dusty's are great and their guitarist (Jerry Battista) was named Seattle's best this year. This will be a real rockabilly power shot.
  • JACK WHITE IS A GENIUS!!

    5
    By psb1962
    HOLY COW..I SAW HER ON LETTERMAN AND WAS BLOWN AWAY..I CANNOT BELIEVE HOW MUCH TALENT MR. WHITE HAS AND HOW MUCH HE CAN PULL OUTTA A PERSON..FIRST MS. LORETTA LYNN (MY COUSIN), NOW MS. WANDA JACKSON..ONE OF THE BEST RELEASES IN A LOOOOONG TIME!!! BUY IT YOU WILL NOT REGRET IT!!!!
  • wow....

    5
    By Shake Sister
    her voice has remained mostly unchanged since the fifties, amazing. love this album!
  • Old school is new school again

    5
    By BadW00f
    If you think it's great now wait till you hear it on vinyl.
  • NOT BAD

    4
    By wwva
    Not bad Wanda. Voice about the same. Shakin All Over was done first by Gene Vincent around 1957 or so. ALL others are covers!
  • Good Rockin'!

    5
    By MAGart_Chi Town Original
    Never gets old...
  • Wanda!!!!!!

    5
    By NikitaMarie3
    Jack White and Wanda Jackson: a match made in Rock 'n' Roll heaven!!!!! I love this album!
  • i've always loved wanda

    4
    By brttnysmiley
    i've always loved wanda jackson even as a little girl growing up but honestly this isn't really rockabilly like she normally does and it saddens me. i will however give her a hand for trying something new, however she isn't the queen of rockabilly for nothin

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