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Just the Tracks Ma'am: The Warner Bros. Recordings

Jack Webb

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Customer Reviews

A Wonderful Retro

So happy to have found these Retro vocal treaures by Jack Webb plus the jazz tracks included, they don't make them like this anymore.

Stay away

Run away from this dreck.

Two stars for humor value only

There's a reason they don't make 'em like this anymore. Most of these songs were written to be romantic, but in Jack Webb's hands they are just plain creepy. In fact, I can imagine very few recorded singers who would be less romantic. Lemmy Kilmister, maybe. That being the case, what's the point? (Except for laughs, of course, and I'd imagine the novelty there would wear off quickly. Oh, or I suppose you could bring this album along if you wanted to end a date prematurely, as this would surely do the trick.)

Biography

Born: April 2, 1920 in Santa Monica, CA

Genre: Spoken Word

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s

It's difficult to picture Jack Webb making an easy listening record or enjoying some cool jazz. The actor played a granite-faced police sergeant named Joe Friday on the television drama series Dragnet during the 1950s, and that is the lasting image that comes to mind at the mention of his name. How could the man who portrayed the rigidly controlled cop, and who spoke in a stern monotone, ever be cool enough for jazz? As hard to believe as it may be, Webb definitely knew cool jazz and he did, indeed,...
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