“New Image” by Jackie DeShannon - album review

features in: Album Chart of 1967Album Chart of the Decade: 1960s

TJR says

Cheesy set from the Kentucky singer-songstress, although she only sings 2 of her own on this one (which, incidentally, are 2 of the better ones, “That’s The Name Of The Game” and “Where Does The Sun Go?”), preferring to pore over the “American songbook”. Boring like ovaltine…

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A1 [02:32] 3.1.png Jackie DeShannon - Come On Down (From The Top Of That Hill) (David Cleminson, John Bromley, Paula Cooper) Pop
A2 [03:53] 3.3.png Jackie DeShannon - The Carnival Is Closed Today (Mel Mandel, Norman Sachs) Crooner / Cabaret
A3 [03:16] 3.5.png Jackie DeShannon - I’ll Be Seeing You (Irving Kahal, Sammy Fain) Pop Ballad
A4 [03:56] 3.7.png Jackie DeShannon - A Sunday Kind Of Love (Anita Leonard, Barbara Belle, Louis Prima, Stan Rhodes) Jazz
A5 [02:46] 3.2.png Jackie DeShannon - The Wishing Doll (Elmer Bernstein, Mack David) Pop Ballad
A6 [03:17] 3.0.png Jackie DeShannon - Night And Day (Cole Porter) Jazz
B1 [02:59] 4.2.png Jackie DeShannon - I Haven’t Got Anything Better To Do (Lee Fockriss, Paul Vance) Jazz
B2 [02:37] 3.5.png Jackie DeShannon - Time (Keith Colley, Linda Colley) Pop
B3 [02:49] 4.5.png Jackie DeShannon - A Proper Girl (Bob Stone) Pop
B4 [03:25] 4.4.png Jackie DeShannon - Where Does The Sun Go? (Jackie DeShannon) Pop
B5 [02:27] 5.0.png Jackie DeShannon - That’s The Name Of The Game (George Tipton, Jackie DeShannon) Crooner / Cabaret
B6 [02:51] 3.1.png Jackie DeShannon - Poor Someone (Richard Morton Sherman, Robert Bernard Sherman) Pop Ballad

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