You Know I'm No Good/ Shakin' All Over by Wanda Jackson

You Know I'm No Good/ Shakin' All Over by Wanda Jackson was available on Vinyl 7" but is now sold out on all formats, sorry.

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Vinyl 7" £5.99 TMR023

Ltd 7" on Third Man Records.

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You Know I'm No Good/ Shakin' All Over by Wanda Jackson
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8/10 Brett 04 February 2010
I like Wanda Jackson. She looks like my Auntie Joyce who used to sing on cruise ships and that. Apparently Wanda's shared stages with Elvis and Jerry Lee Lewis so it shouldn't be a surprise that she's pro enough to pull off a couple of potentially tricky cover versions with total panache. She lends her spirited, jazzy voice to Amy Winehouse's 'You Know I'm No Good' and does it so well you forget where the thing originates from. On the flip she does 'Shakin' All Over', such a rock standard that it's fraught with its own cliched danger but all of that's skillfully avoided in a seriously fun version shot through with that trademark 50s/60s vibe that you can generally rely upon from a Third Man 7".

2/10 The Intl 12th March 2010

I don't know what these other people were listening to. I've only heard "Shakin'", but it's about time someone stood up and said Emperor Jack has no clothes. He put Wanda jackson out there for the indie kids who'll eat up anything Jack, I'll give him that. But this record is horrible, from start to finish. Another feather in Jack White's cap. So he produced two country legends, but he oughta stick with his psycho blues freakouts.

10/10 michael andre 20th February 2010

 listened to this song on satelite radio,(garage channel) cranked up the volume, one of the best versions ever.

10/10 Jeff Ryan

Johnny Kid left some mighty big shoes to fill, so I'm assuming Jack White had to wear them for this remake. I love the (Memphis?) horns and the Tommy James vibrato on the chorus. Wanda's growl sounds a fierce as when she was a teenager in fringe. A+.


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