The Best of Wanda Jackson: Let's Have a PartyWanda Jackson Piano/Vocal/Chords Book Item: 00-25979
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The legendary "Queen of Rockabilly," Wanda Jackson is the first woman of rock & roll. Starting out as a teenage country singer, Wanda was encouraged to move from country music to rock & roll by her boyfriend, a young entertainer also just getting started - Elvis Presley. From 1956 to 1963, Wanda recorded a string of rock & roll and country hits, achieving success both at home and abroad.
Wanda has been nominated for the Grammy Award twice as the Best Performing Female Singer, and inducted into the Oklahoma Country Music Hall Of Fame, the Rockabilly Hall of Fame, the International Hall of Fame, the International Gospel Music Hall of Fame, the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame, and the German Country Music Hall of Fame. She has also received the Oklahoma Native Daughter Award, and an award from the National Endowment of Arts.
The Best of Wanda Jackson: Let's Have a Party features some of Wanda's greatest hits. Titles are: Fujiyama Mama * Funnel of Love * Hard Headed Woman * Hot Dog That Made Him Mad * In the Middle of a Heartache * I Gotta Know * Let's Have a Party * Mean Mean Man * Right or Wrong * Riot in Cell Block #9 * Rock Your Baby * Rockabilly Fever * Stupid Cupid.
|(Let's Have A) Party||Jessie Mae Robinson (composer)|
|Fujiyama Mama||Jack Hammer (composer)|
|Funnel of Love||Charles McCoy (composer); Kent Westberry (composer)|
|Hard Headed Woman||Claude Demetrius (composer)|
|Hot Dog That Made Him Mad||Don Raye (composer); Daniel Barker (composer)|
|I Gotta Know||Paul Evans (composer); Matt Williams (composer)|
|In the Middle of a Heartache||Wanda Jackson (composer); Laurie Christenson (composer); Pat Franzese (composer)|
|Mean Mean Man||Wanda Jackson (composer)|
|Right or Wrong (I'll Be with You)||Wanda Jackson (composer)|
|Riot in Cell Block Number Nine||Mike Stoller (composer); Jerry Leiber (composer)|
|Rock Your Baby||Wanda Jackson (composer)|
|Rockabilly Fever||Carl Perkins (composer)|
|Stupid Cupid||Neil Sedaka (composer); Howard Greenfield (composer)|