Chuck Jackson & the Allstars - Comfy Cosy

  1. Comfy Cosy
  2. House Of The Rising Sun
  3. Proud Mary
  4. Bloodshot Eyes
  5. Rainy Night In Georgia
  6. My Baby Just Cares For Me
  7. The Work Song

Produced by Alec Fraser, Chuck Jackson & Angus MacKay

Chuck Jackson - lead vocals, harmonica
Pat Carey - baritone & tenor saxophones
Michael Fonfara - piano, organ
Garth Vogan - basss
Mark Mariash - drums
Tyler Yarema - piano
with guests - 
Chris Kenny - vocals
Rod Phillips - organ
Gene Hardy - tenor sax
Chris Whiteley - trumpet, bass harmonica
Chris Taylor-Munro - percussion
Debbie Flemming - vocals
Mary Ellen Moore - vocals
Dorothy McDonall - vocals

released 2006
catalogue # CJ2-002

Chuck Jackson & the Allstars - Last Night
  1. Last Night
  2. Such A Night
  3. Route 66
  4. No Woman No Cry
  5. Mambo Koyama
  6. Kansas City
  7. Don't Get Around Much Anymore*
  8. Hide & Seek 
  9. Vehicle
10. Goodnight Irene

Produced by Chuck Jackson

Chuck Jackson - lead vocals, harmonica
Pat Carey - alto & tenor saxophones, vocals
Michael Fonfara - piano, organ, vocals
Garth Vogan - bass, vocals
Jim Casson - drums, vocals
Peter Jefferey - trumpet
with guests - 
Renny Schweiger - guitar
Billy McCauley - organ
Rod Phillips - organ, vocals
Dave Antanacci - bass
Tyler Yarema - piano
Ginny Lynn - lead vocals*
Greg Anzelc - vocals

released 2000
catalogue # CJ2-001

 Chuck Jackson began his singing career applying his versatile voice to a wide range of musical styles.  However, it was when he joined the Cameo Blues Band in 1979 that he really began to shape the dis-tinctive rhythm and blues style that he has injected into many projects. Armed with a hot blues harmonica, Chuck was a "hired gun" on soundtracks of the internationally acclaimed Canadian TV production of "Night Heat" and on the 80's biggest hit "Miami Vice". Chuck served his apprenticeships with Bo Diddley, James Cotton, British R&B star Georgie Fame as well as jam sessions with "The Blues Brothers"; John Belushi and Dan Ackroyd. An avid sports fan, Chuck was able to combine that love with his musical passion when, as a member of the all-star Labatt's Double Blues Band he performed at the 1988 Olympics in Calgary. In the nineties Chuck was plying his trade with Downchild Blues Band appearing on the JUNO nominated album Good Times Guaranteed and Lucky 13. Twice nominated and winning the Maple Blues Award's male vocalist of the year in 2000 has set the tone for the new millenium. 

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