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All The Hits - Her Complete Cameo Recordings

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  • Audio CD (16 Sept. 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Real Gone Music
  • ASIN: B00DU11FN2
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 341,971 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. (I'm the Girl On) Wolverton Mountain
  2. It Keeps Right On A-hurtin'
  3. Things
  4. Teenage Idol
  5. Sheila
  6. You Don't Know Me
  7. Devil Woman
  8. Long As the Rose Is Red
  9. Ahab the Arab
  10. Little Miss-In-Between
  11. I Remember You
  12. Send Me the Pillow You Dream On
  13. Sloppy Joe
  14. Let Me Do It My Way
  15. Mr Fix-It-Man
  16. Mother, Please!
  17. Waitin' for Love
  18. Ain't It Funny What a Fool Will Do
  19. Patches

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Product Description

Alan Freed introduced Jo Ann Campbell as "our little blonde bombshell" in his jukebox movie Go Johnny Go, but Campbell had a lot more going for her than just her good looks. Almost alone among female singers of her day, Camp- bell was capable of singing dreamy pop songs one moment and belting out rockers with a set of pipes that rivaled Wanda Jackson's the next. Jo Ann's Gone and ABC recordings have been anthologized, but now, for the first time, ABKCO Music & Records and Real Gone have teamed up to bring you her complete recordings for the Cameo label, where she scored her biggest hit, "(I'm the Girl from) Wolverton Mountain." Included is her 1962 album All the Hits (in stereo save for the aforementioned "Wolverton Mountain"), plus seven mono bonus sides (five singles and two unreleased tracks), carefully assembled by Abkco's Chief Audio Engineer Teri Landi, from the original analog master tapes and notes by Ed Osborne featuring quotes from Jo Ann. And, oh yes, photos - LOTS of photos!

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Though Jo Ann Campbell was quoted as saying she knew nothing of country music she would compare nowadays to taday's ears as similar to Dolly Parton
Many of the songs here have adapted lyrics especailly Patches which is almost a different song and Sheila is actually an answer version where she admits to being the subject of the song.
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By Bozin Bozinovski on 31 Jan. 2015
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
The Blonde Bombshell - Her Cameo recordings 16 Sept. 2013
By Hernando DeSoto - Published on
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My Thanks to Real Gone Music for re-issuing this album by one of my favorites from the late 50's and early 60's on CD. All The Hits by Jo Ann Campbell.

Pretty Jo Ann was very popular in the New York City Market where her records were promoted heavily by Alan Freed. She had local hits with "Wait a Minute" and "Nervous". I remember reading an article in a local magazine at the time which named Jo Ann as the TV viewer's number one favorite girl singer, beating out Connie Francis (No. 2) and Annette (No. 3).

Jo Ann had a style much like Wanda Jackson and, if you liked Wanda or Brenda Lee, you'll love Jo Ann, too.

The little Floridian left Gone Records for ABC Paramount where she hit again with the novelty "Kookie Little Paradise". We didn't know that these were regional hits and that she was not getting the attention she deserved.

Finally, Jo Ann arrived at Cameo-Parkway; at the time C/P was the hottest label in America. She had a hit with "I'm the Girl From Wolverton Mountain" and Cameo issued this LP: ALL THE HITS BY JO ANN CAMPBELL - THE GIRL FROM WOLVERTON MOUNTAIN. The "All the Hits" series was extremely popular and the albums were built around the singer's style. Chubby Checker sang Dance Hits. Bobby Rydell sang M-O-R, etc.

I like Jo Ann's set because it leaned gently toward the country-crossover market. Although Jo Ann admits that she knew nothing of Country Music, the style suits her to a tee. She demonstrates her flexibility with "It Keeps Right On a Hurtin'"; "Send Me the Pillow that You Dream On"; "You Don't Know Me"; Devil Woman"; "Teenage Idol"; "I Remember You"; and a rockin' rendition of "Sheila".

Ironically, although the song Wolverton Mountain was her biggest hit, I never liked it. I liked Jo Ann, not the song . This CD includes several non-charting singles that deserved more attention than they received at the time: "Mr. Fix-It Man"; "Let Me Do It My Way"; a Cameo-Parkway Dance track: "Sloppy Joe" and the rockin' novelty "Mother Please (I'd rather do it myself)".

There are several color photos of pretty Jo Ann included in the well-written informative liner notes.

I'm happy to be told that Jo Ann is doing just fine in retirement. Maybe T.J. Lubinsky can convince her to join one of his revival telecasts and she can rock the house again. Hey, Jo-Ann! We still Love You!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3 Different CD Compilations With Essentially The Exact Same Cover - So Be Aware - This Is The Best Of The 3 20 Jun. 2015
By George O'Leary - Published on
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Jo Ann Campbell (born in Jacksonville, Florida on July 20, 1938), a dancer/drum majorette in her early teens, began her recording career at age 18 with the RKO Teleradio Pictures subsidiary label, Point Records, followed by 2 in 1957 for El Dorado Records of New York City, none of which made any impact on the national charts nor can the 6 sides be found in a quality CD. She then moved to George Goldner's Gone Records where she cut 7 singles into 1959, again without cracking the national listings. Even so, Alan Freed was happy enough with her local/regional following to give her an appearance in his 1959 film Go, Johnny, Go, as was Goldner who gave her the 1959 LP "I'm Nobody's Baby" which he released as End 306, one of his other labels (all these singles and LP sides are shown in the Comments below).

All that earned her a deal with the much larger ABC-Paramount where, in 1960, she scored her first of 4 nationally-charting singles with the novelty A Kookie Little Paradise, a # 61 Billboard Pop Hot 100 in Aug-Sept b/w Bobby, Bobby, Bobby as ABC-Paramount 10134. And even though that was followed by 6 straight failures into 1962 (listed in the Comments), she made her second movie appearance as Piper in the 1961 flick Hey, Let's Twist, and ABC-Paramount let her record her 2nd album, this time a 1962 volume titled For Twistin' And Listenin' as ABC/ABCS 393 (contents in the Comments).

One low-ranking charted side out of 17 singles over a 7-year span might have spelled the end for a lot of would-be vocalists insofar as recordings are concerned, but Jo Ann had been doing so well in the large eastern markets that she got another shot, this time at the Philadelphia-based Cameo Records. And that came just in time to capitalize on Claude King's huge Country/Pop hit, Wolverton Mountain which he co-wrote with Merle Kilgore. The same duo then wrote the humorous "answer" tune (I'm The Girl On) Wolverton Mountain (some pressings showed it as (I'm The Girl From) Wolverton Mountain) which Jo Ann had released as Cameo 223 b/w Sloppy Joe, and in Aug-Sept 1962 she found herself with a 3-chart hit as it reached # 10 Adult Contemporary, # 24 Country and # 38 Hot 100.

That earned her the 3rd album of her career, a 1962 volume titled "All The Hits By Jo Ann Campbell" (Cameo 1026) - contents shown in the Comments - but when the follow-up single Let Me Do It My Way b/w Mr. Fix-It Man (Cameo 237) failed, and Mother, Please! managed only a low # 88 Hot 100 in April 1963 b/w Waitin' For Love as Cameo 249, she and Cameo parted ways. Around Christmas 1964 she resurfaced briefly in a duet with husband Troy Seals (brother of Dan Seals) at Atlantic Records where, billed as Jo Ann & Troy, I Found A Love Oh What A Love got as high as # 67 Hot 100 in January 1965 as Atlantic 2256 b/w Who Do You Love? The only other release for the pair, Same Old Feeling b/w Just Because later in 1965 as Atlantic 2293 failed to chart. Those 4 sides are also impossible to find in a quality CD.

What we do get are 3 different CDs all using essentially the same cover as that 1962 Cameo LP. The 1994 volume from BAR Records/Traditions Alive has 20 tracks, including the hits A Kooky Little Paradise and (I'm The Girl On) Wolverton Mountain, as well as one B-side - Bobby, Bobby, Bobby. There is no attempt to place the contents in any sort of chronological order nor is there a discography, never mind liner notes. The AAD sound quality is decent enough. The release from Hallmark (Pickwick Group Ltd) is a straightforward CD copy of the LP with just 12 sides. Then there's the 2103 19-track edition from Real Gone Music (ABKCO Music & Records) which, with the Cameo logo apparent in the upper-right corner of the cover) deals only with her Cameo association in repeating the contents of the Cameo LP with 7 "bonus" sides. Where this is superior is in the reformatted sound from original analog master tapes and in the comprehensive and interesting liner notes by Ed Osborne, sprinkled throughout with numerous vintage photos.

But there is STILL no CD compilation offering all 4 of her nationally-charting singles and their B-sides under one roof, so to speak.
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Mother, Please!! 14 Feb. 2014
By J. A. Moriello - Published on
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Jo Ann had a lot going for her: a good voice, great back up musicians, and some clever tunes to work with, including Mother Please, I'd Rather Do It Myself. She is also the creator of the answer record to Wolverton Mountain. The songs are happy and up tempo and more than a little bit country. If you like Jo Ann, this set is an all round good choice.
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