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Jaye P MorganJaye P Morgan ... LP
RCA, 1956. Very Good ... $4.99
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(Black label mono pressing, with deep groove.)

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Jaye P MorganJust You Just Me ... LP
RCA, 1958. Near Mint- ... $11.99
Swinging early vocals from Jaye P Morgan – a set that reminds us that she had a lot more to offer back in the day than her frequent appearances on The Gong Show! The approach here is straight, jazzy, and plenty darn groovy – arranged by Marion Evans with a nice sense of swing, and instrumentation that's definitely at the top shelf level of the late 50s RCA vocal scene. Morgan's probably best on the upbeat numbers, where her bubbly style really shines nicely – but she's also pretty good on the mellower ballads, which she takes with a breathy sound that matches her sexy image on the cover. Titles include "Day By Day", "Why Shouldn't I", "The Song Is You", "You Are My Lucky Star", "Just You Just Me", "As Time Goes By", and "Love Your Spell Is Everywhere". LP, Vinyl record album
(Japanese pressing, with obi!)

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✨✧ Jaye P MorganJaye P Morgan (with download) ... LP
We Want Sounds (UK), 1976. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A lovely little record from singer Jaye P Morgan – a talent that most folks know from her 70s appearances on the Gong Show, but who was also a pretty nice vocalist on her own! The set here showcases a much more soulful side of Jaye's style than her earlier albums – a smoothly jazzy approach that's almost modern soul at times, and which is done with some great backings on keyboards and electric guitar – all sweetly compressed into a warm 70s mode that's mighty nice. Part of the strength of the set is from the artists working with Jaye on the album – including David Foster, who arranged and produced – plus studio jazzers that include Harvey Mason, Greg Adams, Lee Ritenour, George Bohannon, and even the Tower Of Power horn section! The album's got a great smooth stepper called "Here Is Where Your Love Belongs", a nice cover of Stevie Wonder's "It's Been So Long", the soulful funky tune "Let's Get Together", and wonderfully gliding take on "Can't Hide Love". Other tracks include "I Fall In Love Everyday", "Keepin It To Myself", "Closet Man", and "It All Goes Round". LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes download.)

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