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Freddie Jackson (born Frederick Anthony Jackson, 2 October 1956, in Harlem, New York) is an American soul singer. He was an important figure in R&B during the 1980s and early 1990s. Among his well-known hits are "Rock Me Tonight (For Old Time's Sake)," "Jam Tonight," "Do Me Again," and "You are My Lady. Jackson was trained as a gospel singer from an early age, singing at the White Rock Baptist Church. There he met Paul Laurence, who would later become his record producer and songwriting partner.
Album: Freddie Jackson Love Songs. Freddie Jackson: best 2 tracks. Freddie Jackson - You Are My Lady Love's Greatest Hits, 2006 04:43. Freddie Jackson - Jam Tonight Just Like The First Time, 1986 04:32. Artist: Freddie Jackson.
Album · 2006 · 5 Songs. Rock Me Tonight (For Old Times Sake). 5. I Don't Want to Lose Your Love. Released: 7 Feb 2006.
Producer – Paul LaurenceRemix – Rahni SongWritten By – F. Jackson-P. Jam Tonight (12", Promo).
Freddie Jackson (born Frederick Anthony Jackson on October 2, 1956) is an American soul singer. Among his well-known hits are "Rock Me Tonight (For Old Times Sake)", "Jam Tonight", "Do Me Again," and "You Are My Lady".
Frederick Anthony "Freddie" Jackson (born on October 2, 1956) is an American soul singer. Career: Jackson was trained as a gospel singer from an early age, singing at the White Rock Baptist Church. The Laurence-penned title track stormed the R&B charts, spending six weeks at number one, and made Jackson an instant hit on urban contemporary radio. You Are My Lady" gave him a second straight R&B chart-topper, and also proved to be his highest-charting single on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at #13.
Freddie Jackson - Jam Tonight. From The Album Just Like The First Time 1986. Frederick Anthony "Freddie" Jackson (born October 2, 1956) is an American soul singer.
|A||Jam Tonight (Serious Jam Remix)||4:59|
|B||Jam Tonight (Serious Edit)||4:11|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Published By – Wavemaker Music
- Produced For – Orpheus Productions
- Produced For – Paul Laurence Productions
- Executive-Producer – Beau Huggins, Wayne Edwards
- Producer – Paul Laurence
- Remix, Producer [Additional Production] – Rahni Song, Zack Vaz
- Written-By – F. Jackson*, P. Laurence*
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|V-15317||Freddie Jackson||Jam Tonight (12")||Capitol Records||V-15317||US||1986|
|K 060-20 1979 6||Freddie Jackson||Jam Tonight (12")||Capitol Records||K 060-20 1979 6||Europe||1986|
|CL461||Freddie Jackson||Jam Tonight (7")||Capitol Records||CL461||UK||1986|
|12CLS 461||Freddie Jackson / Mystic Merlin||Freddie Jackson / Mystic Merlin - Jam Tonight / Mr. Magician / I Don't Want To Lose Your Love (12")||Capitol Records||12CLS 461||UK||1986|
|CL461, CL 461||Freddie Jackson||Jam Tonight (7")||Capitol Records, Capitol Records||CL461, CL 461||UK||1986|