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Album cover images are now included on the appropriate Album Discography page.
With "The Real Don Steele".
With Trini Lopez.
Label from the Spanish issue of "The Weight"
('B' Side of "Put a Little Love in Your Heart")
Label from the US 'Imperial' issue of "What The World Needs Now Is Love" (Version 1)
Label from the US 'Imperial' issue of "What The World Needs Now Is Love" (Version 2)
Cover picture from Goldmine Magazine December 6, 1991
(plus Johnny Rivers)
Labels from the audition record "Changin' My Mind" & "It's All In The Game"(Imperial 66251)
Labels from the audition record "I Keep Wanting You" & "Me About You" (Imperial 66251)
Cover from the sheet music of "Don't Let The Flame Burn Out"
Cover from the "Put A Little Love In Your Heart" Songbook.
Cover from the sheet music of "Let The Sailors Dance"
Jackie playing Monopoly with George Harrison during the 1964 North American tour.
(Taken from an old Japanese Beatles fan book from the 60's.)
"THEY WERE SO STUCK," says Grossman sadly. This picture of George playing monopoly with Jackie DeShannon (best known for her 1969 hit, "Put a Little Love in Your Heart") was taken during the Beatles' monster tour of America in 1964, when they played 26 concerts in 34 days. "I asked Ringo, 'How do you like America?,'" Grossman recalls. "And he said, 'What do you mean, America?' Then he walked to the window, pulled aside the curtain, and there I saw a parking lot and the back of another hotel across the street. 'This is all we're seeing of America,' he said."
Some of these pictures are of items sold through eBay, the internet auction house, searching under either, "Jackie DeShannon",or, "Jackie de Shannon".
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