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The Very Best Of

Jerry Wallace

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Album Review

Although the packaging and remastering could have been a little sharper, Primrose Lane: The Very Best of Jerry Wallace remains the best available collection of his pop hits from the '50s and '60s, all of which were recorded for Challenge. Country fans will want a collection that spotlights his Liberty, Decca, MCA and MGM recordings, but fans of his pop hits will be pleased with this generous, 24-track collection — even with its small handful of imperfections.

Biography

Born: December 15, 1928 in Kansas City, MO

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Dubbed "Mr. Smooth" for his warm, velvety vocal approach, Jerry Wallace scored a pair of pop smashes during the late '50s before enjoying even greater commercial success as a country singer. Born in Guilford, MO, on December 15, 1928, Wallace was the son of a grocery store owner. After a brief stay in Arizona he settled in Hollywood, and following a U.S. Navy stint he signed to the Allied label to cut a series of little-noticed singles including "Little Miss One," "That's What a Woman Can Do," and...
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