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Jackson Joe Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Jackson Joe Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Im The Man
2 Throw It Away
3 Stranger Than Fiction
4 T.v. Age
5 In Every Dream Home (A Nightmare)
6 Tango Atlantico
7 Pretty Girls
8 Happy Ending
9 Blaze Of Glory
10 Nineteen Forever
11 Be My Number Two
12 Tiger Rag
13 Discipline
14 Down To London
15 Home Town
16 Evil Empire
17 Me And You (Against The World)
18 Sentimental Thing
19 Right And Wrong
20 The Best I Can Do
21 The Human Touch
22 How Long Must I Wait For You
23 You Can't Get What You Want (Till You Know What Yo
24 The Other Me
25 We The Cats (Shall Hep Ya)
26 Geraldine And John
27 Tilt
28 The Man Who Wrote Danny Boy
29 I'm The Man
30 Beat Crazy
31 Go For It
32 Is You Is Or Is You Ain't My Baby
33 Tonight And Forever
34 Oh Well
35 The Evil Eye
36 Prelude
37 Tuxedo Junction
38 Memphis
39 Man In The Street
40 Sea Of Secrets
41 You Run Your Mouth (And I'll Run My Business)
42 Battleground
43 Don't Ask Me
44 Tulza (Avarice)
45 Happy Loving Couples
46 Rhythm Delivery
47 Is She Really Going Out With Him?
48 Soul Kiss
49 The Trial
50 Obvious Song
51 Sunday Papers
52 One To One
53 Knock Me A Kiss
54 Chinatown
55 Heart Of Ice
56 Nocturne No. 4
57 Jack, You're Dead
58 Freedom Swing/Tucker Jingle
59 Pretty Boys
60 Out Of Style
61 We Can't Live Together
62 Steppin' Out
63 Not Here, Not Now
64 Nocturne No. 1
65 No Pasaran
66 Jumpin' Jive
67 Will Power
68 1-2-3 Go (This Town's A Fairground)
69 Someone Up There
70 Passacaglia - A Bud And A Slice (Sloth)
71 Wild West
72 Target
73 The Verdict
74 Captain of Industry (Overture)
75 Jumpin' With Symphony Sid
76 Nocturne
77 The Old Songs
78 Cosmopolitan
79 The Car of Tomorrow – Today!
80 San Francisco Fan
81 Symphony in One Movement
82 Laundromat Monday
83 Fifty Dollar Love Affair
84 Real Men
85 Ever After
86 Amateur Hour
87 No Chance Blues
88 Trying To Cry
89 Forty Years
90 Right (Anger)
91 Flying
92 Don't Wanna Be Like That
93 Factory
94 When You're Not Around
95 Moonlight
96 Statue Of Liberty
97 Lullaby
98 Friday
99 Vera
100 What's The Use Of Getting Sober (When You're Gonna
101 Baby Stick Around
102 Angel (Lust)
103 (It's A) Big World
104 The Bridge (Envy)
105 Only The Future
106 It Pays to Advertise
107 You're My Meat
108 (Do The) Instant Mash
109 (Credits)
110 The Harder They Come
111 Get That Girl
112 Showtime in Chicago
113 Fools In Love
114 Precious Time
115 Lone Bank Loan Blues
116 Drowning
117 Got The Time
118 El Blanco
119 (He's A) Shape In A Drape
120 It's Different For Girls
121 Speedway
122 Goin' Downtown
123 Biology
124 Enough Is Not Enough
125 Shanghai Sky
126 You Got The Fever
127 Kinda Kute
128 Marilee
129 Hit Single
130 Crime Don't Pay
131 Fugue 1 - More Is More (Gluttony)
132 Another World
133 On Your Radio
134 Hangin' in Howard Hughes' Hangar
135 It's All Too Much
136 Look Sharp!
137 Fit
138 Fugue 2 - Song Of Daedalus (Pride)
139 Survival
140 A Slow Song
141 Cha Cha Loco
142 Solitude
143 The Band Wore Blue Shirts
144 Toast of the Town
145 Jamie G.
146 One More Time
147 Breaking Us In Two
148 Nocturne No. 2
149 Five Guys Named Moe
150 Abe's Blues
151 My House
152 Mad At You
153 Jenny Jenny
154 The Jet Set
155 Cancer
156 Nocturne No. 3

Jackson Joe Bio

Joe Jackson (born David Ian Jackson, 11 August 1954, Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire) is an English musician and singer-songwriter now living in Berlin, whose five Grammy Award nominations span from 1979 to 2001. He is probably best-known for the 1978 hit song "Is She Really Going Out with Him?", which still gets extensive FM radio airplay; for his 1982 hit, "Steppin' Out"; and for his 1984 success with "You Can't Get What You Want (Till You Know What You Want)". He is also known for his 1978 song "Got The Time", a song covered successfully by US thrash band Anthrax in 1990.

Along with Elvis Costello and Graham Parker, Jackson was a part of the trio of British based artists who challenged the punk scene and brought a New Wave sound to the United States in the late 1970s. He was popular for his power-pop and new wave music early on before moving to more eclectic, though less commercially successful, pop/jazz/classical musical pieces.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joe_Jackson_(musician)