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Album Review

Stylish baritone Walter Jackson could give the silliest song reverence. Thankfully, he didn't record novelties, but he's also never been as far MOR as this Carl Davis production, originally released in 1981. The voice wails on Billy Always' "Come to Me," gets emotional on Michael Zager's "What If I Walked out on You," and sparkles on Eugene Record's "Tell Me Where It Hurts" and Stevie Wonder's "If It's Magic." The rest are elevator music selections (albeit, good elevator music).


Born: 19 March 1938 in Pensacola, FL

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '60s, '70s

Walter Jackson was '60s Chicago soul at its sweetest and, occasionally, most mainstream. In the mid-'60s, he had a brace of solid R&B hits -- "Suddenly I'm All Alone," "It's an Uphill Climb (To the Bottom)," "Speak Her Name," "Welcome Home," "A Corner in the Sun" -- without ever rising higher than the lower reaches of the Top 100. Recording for the OKeh stable, which was home to the top Chi-Town soul talent, he benefited for a time from the production services of local masters Carl Davis and Curtis...
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