Laurel Canyon - Jackie DeShannon - The Best Of Jackie DeShannon (CD)

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  1. Shajin
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Best of Jackie DeShannon [Rhino] - Jackie DeShannon on AllMusic - - This album is a fine roundup of her best moments 9/
  2. Zulkirisar
    Jackie DeShannon on IMDb: Awards, nominations, and wins. CD: "The Best of Jackie DeShannon" (Columbia) CD: "The Very Best of Jackie DeShannon" (Columbia).
  3. Daijind
    Album. Year Title Artist Rating Releases; This Is Jackie De Shannon: Jackie De Shannon: 2: For You: Jackie DeShannon: 1: What the World Needs Now Is Love: Jackie DeShannon: 1: Laurel Canyon: Jackie DeShannon: 2: Me About You: Jackie DeShannon: 1: Put a Little Love in Your Heart The Best of Jackie.
  4. Sar
    Listen free to Jackie DeShannon – Laurel Canyon (Laurel Canyon, Sunshine of Your Love and more). 12 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, .
  5. Yogul
    The great Jackie DeShannon was a type of s pioneer, a forerunner of the singer-songwriter that would come into such prominence in the late 60s and early 70s. Not only was she a great composer of memorable songs, but her own music was sometimes quite magnificent/5(5).
  6. Guzilkree
    Laurel Canyon is the area of Los Angeles in which Jackie lived at the time. The title track reflects the feeling of the area at the time/5(5).
  7. Fern
    Jackie DeShannon (born Sharon Lee Myers, August 21, ) is an American singer-songwriter with a string of hit song credits from the s onwards, as both singer and composer. She was one of the first female singer-songwriters of the rock 'n' roll period. She is best known as the singer of "What the World Needs Now Is Love" and "Put a Little Love in Your Heart" and, as the composer of "When.
  8. Sajora
    Laurel Canyon is the area of Los Angeles in which Jackie lived at the time. The title track reflects the feeling of the area at the time. Come and stay for me, a song that Jackie wrote for Marianne Faithfull in , finally made its appearance on a Jackie DeShannon album in , but one is left to wonder why it took Jackie so long to record her own version/5(3).
  9. Dacage
    Laurel Canyon wonderfully captures the natural, idyllic vibe of its titular setting, the creative nexus of the late-'60s Los Angeles music scene. Swapping the polished pop approach of Jackie DeShannon 's past hits for an appealingly rough-edged country-soul sensibility, the record celebrates a place and time that transcended the physical world to signify a virtual Garden of Eden for the flower 8/