Bobby Jameson - All I Want Is My Baby / Each And Every Day album flac
|A||All I Want Is My Baby||2:33|
|B||Each And Every Day||2:38|
- Directed By [Musical Director] – Keith Richards
- Producer – Andrew Loog Oldham
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): DR 34415
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): DR 34416
|F 12032||Bobby Jameson||All I Want Is My Baby / Each And Every Day (7", Single)||Decca||F 12032||UK||1964|
|F 12032||Bobby Jameson||All I Want Is My Baby / Each And Every Day (7", Single, Promo)||Decca||F 12032||UK||1964|
|45 LON 9730 V||Bobby Jameson||All I Want Is My Baby (7", Promo)||London Records||45 LON 9730 V||US||1964|
1964 Decca release of Bobby Jameson's All I Want Is My Baby. Mick Jagger and Andrew Oldham backup vocals. Keith Richards or Jimmy Page fuzz guitar solo.
Video of B-side of All I Want Is My Baby on Decca Records. Recorded in London with Mick Jagger and Andrew Oldham.
The album's dark lyrics and sophisticated arrangements led its advocates to note similarities with Love's 1967 album Forever Changes Starting his career in 1963, Jameson was hyped as the next major pop event in an elaborate promotional campaign that ran in the magazines Billboard and Cashbox. For the next five years, he released 11 singles across eight different American and British record labels. All I Want Is My Baby", "Each And Every Day of the Year" (Decca, 1964). Rum Pum", "I Wanna Know" (Brit (UK), 1965). Vietnam", "Metropolitan Man" (Mira, 1966). All Alone", "Your Sweet Lovin'" (Current, 1966). Reconsider Baby", "Lowdown Funky Blues" (Penthouse, 1966).
Bobby Jameson, "(Part 42) Mondo Hollywood, Frank Zappa, And Penthouse Records," Bobby Jameson, March 22, 2008. I asked Frank to listen to "Gotta Find My Roogalator" and he liked the song. He said he knew exactly who he would use on the session . Bobby Jameson also appeared on the Mondo Hollywood soundtrack album. Vernon Joyson, Fuzz Acid & Flowers. Mondo Hollywood (Tower T-5083, 1967).
All I Want Is My Baby. Each And Every Day. B1. –The Mighty Avengers. B2. –Lulu And The Luvvers. Some Things Just Stick In Your Mind. B4. –Thee (2).
Dedicated To Bobby Jameson by Ariel Pink, released 15 September 2017 1. Time To Meet Your God 2. Feels Like Heaven 3. Death Patrol 4. Santa's In The Closet 5. Dedicated To Bobby Jameson 6. Time To Live 7. Another Weekend 8. I Wanna Be Young 9. Bubblegum Dreams 10. Dreamdate Narcissist 11. Kitchen Witch 12. Do Yourself A Favor 13. Acting (feat.
AAll I Want Is My Baby2:33 BEach And Every Day 2:38. Companies, etc. Published By – Hollis Music, Inc. Mastered At – Bell Sound Studios. All I Want Every Day. Is My Baby (7", Single,, Each And Promo). Label London Records.
Like Bobby Jameson-whose releases arrived under various guises to fool the public into thinking he was a new, emerging talent-Pink always distanced himself from his output. The pseudonym, then, worked in tandem with the constant stream of hazy, fogged-over records and the intentionally off-putting interviewee, all keeping the actual artist as far from the conversation as possible. While it walks a straighter line than Pink’s best albums, Bobby Jameson is equally immersive. He’s retained the higher-fidelity haze of his breakthrough studio albums on 4AD, but the atmosphere feels more like his self-recorded music from the early 2000s: dusty and haphazard, filled with subtle hooks and inside jokes. I Wanna Be Young actually dates back to those days.
Working my way back through the jungle of drug addiction and booze. My family life as a kid was the breeding ground for addicts. Friendship to them is being able to say, and do, whatever they want and demand you accept it. I find this to be the height of arrogance and a damn good reason to cut the ties, whatever they were. In 1985 I did this with and entire city, Los Angeles, because I could not come up with one good reason to stay, but a lot of reasons to leave
My name is Bobby Jameson. I was born in Illinois. I guess I’m a singer. I guess I’m a writer. I sing about what I feel, and I write about what I feel, and personally it’s the only thing I care about. He also covered a Jagger-Richards composition, All I Want Is My Baby, that the Rolling Stones never released, and he stayed in London for awhile. But he didn’t become a star, and so he came back to . With the album Working, recorded in 1968, he used the name Bobby Jameson, instead of Jameson, but once again he found that people were not making any connection to his past work. He couldn’t seem to convey to anyone who he was, or what he had done, and to others he was seen as a flash in the pan, or an artist who had reached for the brass ring, and missed. The dismal reception to his 1969 album Working haunted him.