Jackie Wilson at the Copa 1962

Jackie Wilson At The Copa is the only live album by Jackie Wilson that I know about.

It was recorded at the Copacabana in New York and released in 1962.

While I think of Jackie Wilson as a soul and R&B artist, this album seems to be close to the light jazz/lounge category. Like Sam Cooke when he performed at the Copa, I suspect that Jackie Wilson eased up on his performance for the audience.

Jackie Wilson at the Copa

Songs On Jackie Wilson at the Copa

It comes in two versions :

  • 9 tracks – ASIN: B00B5BX82K – the mp3 version also has 9 tracks
  • 16 tracks – ASIN: B00004SZC7

The 9 track version has:

Medley: Body And Soul – I Apologize
Love For Sale
And This Is My Beloved
The Way I Am
I Love Them All – Part 1 What I Say/Night/That’s Why
I Love Them All – Part 2 Danny Boy/Doggin’ Around/To Be Loved/Lonely Teardrops
St. James Infirmary
A Perfect Day

The 16 track version has:

1. Tonight
2. Body & Soul
3. I Apologize
4. Love for Sale
5. And This Is My Beloved
6. Way I Am
7. Intro: I Love Them All/What’d I Say
8. Night
9. That’s Why(I Love You So)
10. Intro: I Love Them All/Danny Boy
11. Doggin’ Around
12. To Be Loved
13. I Love Them All
14. Lonely Teardrops
15. St. James Infirmary
16. Perfect Day

As you can see, what has happened is the medleys have been separated which could reduce the natural flow of the album. Some people hate the short breaks between tracks that you can hear on some live CDs.


Buying Jackie Wilson at the Copa

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