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(438) Christine Wicks
31 March 2020 13:21:09 +0000

Hello Jack

I have increased my Jack Jones collection with two albums .... “Write me a love song Charlie” and “Lady”.

On the Charlie album “Anniversary” is a brilliant interpretation and so cleverly written. On the Lady album “Alone again” is so dramatic I love listening to both.

My all time favourite is “Bread Winners” I could listen to it every day.

I still have two L.P’s from the early seventies that I purchased after seeing you for the first time at the London Palladium and still enjoy playing them.

I hope to see you again on stage where you belong. Regards, Christine.

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(437) Mrs Jane Baker
29 March 2020 12:18:08 +0000

With so many of us in Lockdown and staying at home I am enjoying playing Jack whilst doing the housework etc. I often join in and sing along!!
Thank you Jack for helping me through these very difficult times. Listening to you brings back so many happy memories

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(436) Alan London
27 March 2020 00:11:25 +0000

Whenever we are faced with a menacing threat that we cannot see, and just don't understand, then, understandably, we become scared. As social-animals, in normal times, we turn to friends for solace, for a comforting hug. But these are not normal times, for the evil-virus forbids us such acts of affection. And so, within our self-confinements, we experience increasing stress and increasing anxieties.
It thus becomes essential that we seek other means by which to reach out and encourage one another to remain firm, resolute, and to see this nightmare through. There is a light at the tunnel's end, but it's still a ways off, we must be patient.
I trust Jack won't mind me utilizing his website to myself reach out to its many readers, his host of world-wide admirers, and to all lovers of fine music, to wish for the health and safety of all.
I've had a further thought, and mebbee some of you will laugh: there may just be a perhaps as yet hard-to-see positive within this thick veil of murk. Have you noticed people, world-wide, irrespective of creed and religion, shoving aside their differences, and instead taking up arms to confront this evil - together! Wouldn't it be something if, once the enemy is vanquished, things stayed that way?
I'll finish with a further thought and suggestion: take a mo to listen to Jack's brilliant 'Imagine/From a Distance' medley...its message kinda sums everything I have just written!
Stay safe everybody.

Alan London
Seal Beach

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(435) Mrs Jane Baker
19 March 2020 00:21:34 +0000

Composer Don Black has an hour long show on BBC Radio 2 on Sunday evenings starting at 11pm
Last Sunday - 15 March - it was a request programme and Don said that Jack was THE most requested singer and played Once upon a time
The preogramme is available on BBC sounds -Jack's record is on approximate;y 45 minutes after the start

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(434) Mike Moran
17 March 2020 19:40:05 +0000
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I'm a serious fan. Very impressed with your sidemen (Dave Grusin? Mike Renzi?) I am Kitt Moran's accompanist, so it matters a lot to me. We saw you in Vegas a few years ago. Great!

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(433) PhilT
2 March 2020 02:47:42 +0000

Wow-so great that Jack has a new album coming,and that it will be available on vinyl! The last time I bought a vinyl LP at a good old-fashioned record store was in 1987-it was "I am a Singer", by you-know-who!

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(432) V Wighton
1 March 2020 21:42:39 +0000

Hello my darling, Hope all going well for you over there. Seems that my laptop is about to go on the blink as it is too old and will not accept Windows 10. When I go on You Tube, up comes 'We will not be able to support this much longer up date your browser, but I can't. Now need to open a Google A/c as Google [Ireland) does not apply since UK has left the EU and will be Google USA, I don't know how to do that, oh well shall have to find someone to help me. Wish you were here you would know everything. Went to Cardiologist Monday past and he said that my heart muscle was stronger than it was last year, of course still have to take medication, but that was good although I still get tired. I will soon be leaving this apartment, apart from the very steep stairs to climb and a few other things, I cannot afford to pay this amount out every month. I am going to see another place soon, will see how it goes. I am so tired of moving like this, kick myself every day for giving up my home in South Africa. I'm sure you aren't interested in this but, that's how it is here. I do hope that you have got some Anti Viral Hand Foam for your hands, very important that you take precautions with this Corona Virus, everything is being affected by this. This is what happens Globalisation not good Markets falling rapidly, it's a bad scene being so reliant on one Country. Well my love, I will write again, next time I will tell you, other things related to many, many years ago. Don't ever think I ever stopped loving you, if you do you will be wrong. Look after yourself, be strong, keep fit and I surround you with an imaginary safety net to protect you. I love you always vxxxxxxxx

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(431) Alan London
21 February 2020 19:35:46 +0000

Hi Jane,
I first saw Jack live at The London Palladium back in the early seventies! Then in Canada a few times whilst living there, and since moving to Southern California in 1979, 'all over the place', from Beverley Hills to Las Vegas! It's been fun, and he never fails to entertain and impress, and still stands head and shoulders above his contemporaries.
The new album 'Every Other Day I Get The Blues' is in the final phase of mixing.....looking forward to it.



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(430) Mrs Jane Baker
11 February 2020 14:13:59 +0000

Please do keep scribbling Alan
As a matter of interest when and where did you first see Jack perform

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(429) Alan London
9 February 2020 22:11:07 +0000

Thank you Jane for those very kind remarks. I feel so privileged to have attended so many of Jack's concerts, going all the way back to my long-ago days in native England. He is THE consummate singer of both the past, the present, and mebbee also the future! His interpretations, occasionally so subtle, never cease to amaze.
Over the years, my wife and I have become fortunate in coming to know Jack and his beautiful "bride' Eleonora, and what a wonderful couple they are!
Once again Jane, thank you, and I'll keep scribbling.


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(428) Mrs Jane Baker
9 February 2020 13:09:45 +0000

Thank you Mr Alan London for your excellent reviews of the concerts you attend. I always look forward to reading them - they are NEVER BORING - always interesting
You make me feel as if I was in the audience
Looking forward to the new album
Thanks again PLEASE continue with your reviews and if possible include the playlist

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(427) Alan London
7 February 2020 22:13:30 +0000

Palm Desert January 10th,

Another full house, another brilliant concert. The McCullum Theatre once again received their Favourite Son - their Favourite Singer, and of course, he did not disappoint.
Once again, a variation in his programme, and on this occasion, Jack was accompanied by a nine-piece band which included, of course, Christian, Chris, and Wild Man Paul.
Naturally many fan-favourites were scattered throughout, notably: Wives and Lovers; I am a Singer; Without a Song; and The Love Boat, (Gavin Macleod, aka Captain Stubin, was in the audience, and he received a rapturous reception).
Jack also revealed that he has a new album nearing completion, and its genre is : The Blues! An album taking a different tack....of music that he loves, and featuring some of his own compositions and arrangements.
One of its great tracks, which he preformed, is Dave Tull's skit on wealth, Every Other Day I Get The Blues. The song takes a few good natured digs at good friend Joe Williams (Every Day I Have The Blues), all kinda tongue in cheek, and it's a fun song.
Staying with the Blues theme, Jack then went on to give us the 'always-looked-forward-to' Well Alright, Okay, You Win. It never gets old, and the McCullum fair shook with the ongoing stomping and clapping. And of course, we were treated to brilliant solos from Christian, Chris, the Wild Man, as well as guest saxophonist Tom Scott.
But for me, as well as many others, the highlight was Jack's Gershwin Medley. From Summertime through to Bets, You Is...such emotional songs, so emotionally arranged, and so emotionally performed. No need to poll the audience to back up my opinion..... a single glance around the theatre at the myriad of spellbound expressions told all!!! Just take the time to listen to this medley on Jack's Live at the Palladium album....and you will get it! And believe me, you will struggle not to hit the repeat button over and over and over again!
Diamonds are Forever, but sadly, great performances are not! And so, Jack wrapped up the show with Frankie Laine's We'll Be Together Again - let's hope that will not be too long.
A truly great show, from The Master of His Craft - NOBODY Does It Better!

On a personal note: For many years now, I have appreciated the quality of Jack's music, and have been so fortunate to have attended so many of his concerts. He has so many fans around the world that have not been so lucky. And so I write these reviews for their sake, to let them know just how brilliant he remains, and how his music continues to be, in his own words....'Inventive'. Just hope I don't bore too many of you who log into this excellent web-site.

Alan London
Seal Beach

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(426) V Wighton
5 February 2020 22:31:17 +0000

Hello My Darling, How are you? Hope all is well with you. Do you know that tonight 5th a whole 2 years since last I saw you and don't ask me where it has gone, the days just melt away here. I will not be able to listen to you for a while as it appears that I have to update the browser. I, of course do not have a clue how to do that, so I will have to go to PC Curry's, who seem to do these things. I guess if I don't go the laptop will go dead or something like that. The store is quite a distance away so hopefully my friend Jennifer can drive me there of course I will pay her if not have to get a cab, oh the joys of not having one's own car. I do wish I could see you apart from viewing you on the laptop, one day I have to see you again, after all I didn't come all this way from South Africa for 3 encounters. One thing I have learnt is the truth even though it's cost me my life but you're worth it my love. Once this is up and running again I shall be checking you out every night, maybe tomorrow I can still use it, don't know how long they give one to sort it all out. So, my darling take very good care of yourself, stay safe, stay healthy and always remember I did not do what you thought. My forever love, always moi v xxxxxxx and hugs xxx

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(425) Patti Howard
24 January 2020 04:18:55 +0000

Thank you, Jack, for a lifetime of beautiful music with your gorgeous voice always in my life.

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(424) Phil T
14 January 2020 13:48:57 +0000

Happy 82nd,sir!

I bet you could even make the 'Happy Birthday'song sound romantic...

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(423) Jackie Wright
14 January 2020 11:03:00 +0000

Happy Birthday Jack. Come back to England soon!

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(422) V Wighton
13 January 2020 21:15:54 +0000

Hello My Love, For tomorrow:- A VERY VERY HAPPY BIRTHDAY to you, my most wonderful man in the World. Have a great day enjoy and wish you many many more. Sending you my deepest love, hugs,xxxxxxxxxxx, wish I could hold you close.v

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(421) Beejay
11 January 2020 06:20:31 +0000

Just doing some genealogy catching up. I am Anita Mrajska's cousin, it all just breaks my heart. Best to Jack from my family, sincerely.

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(420) Ed Bergman
9 January 2020 19:03:27 +0000

Was totally blown away some years ago at the Palmer House in Chicago (late 60's or early 70's) Have since seen you several times in Kansas City (even you and Dad at the Starlite Theater) and fleetingly cocktail parties afterwards. Of more recent years in Branson, MO. my wife & I sat in the front row and you came down and sang a tune DIRECTLY to HER. (At least she thinks so) I think it was Les Brown's (?) son sitting behind us and we didn't get to say a quick "Hello" because it appeared you guys may have had a little socializing to do. Unfortunately age has taught me the tune "Don't Get Around Much Anymore", but before leaving this earth hope to enjoy you at least 1 more time; perhaps in CA., or certainly if you're ever around the Kansas City area. (Sorry to hear about Jack Sheldon) Keep Swingin'

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(419) V Wighton
7 January 2020 20:48:11 +0000

Hello My Darling, I see your next gig is coming up, sure it will be a fabulous Show, as always, 'Break a leg. Oh, I am missing all your shows. I come back to this Country to see you and I have seen you, 5 nights in total, then you are gone, just like before, but, you never leave me, my mind never lets you go, it never will. Surely one of these days I will be able to be with you and talk to you (try not to get tongue tied) How come I can talk to anyone else, but you! WHAT DO YOU DO TO ME? Next time, I will speak to you like the first time we met. Stay safe, healthy and happy and sing a song for me, please. I love you totally, you are everything to me. Always v hugs xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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