℗ 1962 Capitol Records Nashville
 

Rockin' With Wanda!

Wanda Jackson

Available in 96 kHz / 24-bit AIFF and FLAC high-resolution audio formats

"... I love her, she’s so brilliant. I don't think Rollin’ in the Deep would exist if it wasn’t for Wanda Jackson."
- Adele

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1
Rock Your Baby
Wanda Jackson
1:44
2
Fujiyama Mama
Wanda Jackson
2:12
3
You're The One For Me
Wanda Jackson
1:59
4
Did You Miss Me?
Wanda Jackson
2:17
5
Cool Love
Wanda Jackson
2:16
6
Honey Bop
Wanda Jackson
2:12
7
Hot Dog! That Made Him Mad
Wanda Jackson
2:38
8
Baby Loves Him
Wanda Jackson
2:00
9
Mean, Mean Man
Wanda Jackson
2:10
10
You've Turned To A Stranger
Wanda Jackson
2:40
11
Don'a Wan'a
Wanda Jackson
2:12
12
I Gotta Know
Wanda Jackson
2:29
Total Playing Time    26:49
“Wanda Jackson, an atomic fireball of a lady, could have a smash hit with just about anything."
- Bob Dylan

The queen of rockabilly is as relevant and influential today as she was back in the 1950s and 1960s. This compilation album was released in 1960 to capitalize on her growing success and comprises some of her most popular singles previously released in the 1950s.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM - Capitol Records Nashville Studio Masters

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