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Joe Jackson
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David Ian Jackson (August 11, 1954, Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England) is a British singer, pianist, and composer. In addition to pop material, he has written for orchestra and big band.
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Releases on file (24)
Joe Jackson — Fool Joe Jackson — Fool
(Ear Music 0213592EMU, 2019, CD)
Joe Jackson — Fast Forward Joe Jackson — Fast Forward
(Worksong WSD003CD, 2015, CD)
Joe Jackson — The Duke Joe Jackson — The Duke
(Razor & Tie 7930183333-2, 2012, CD)
Joe Jackson Band — Afterlife Joe Jackson Band — Afterlife
(Rykodisc RCD-10665, 2004, CD)
Various Artists — Rykodisc Twentieth Anniversary Various Artists — Rykodisc Twentieth Anniversary
(Rykodisc RCD10651, 2003, 2CD)
Joe Jackson Band — Volume 4 Joe Jackson Band — Volume 4
(Rykodisc RCD 10638, 2003, 2CD)
Jane Siberry — City Jane Siberry — City
(Sheeba Records SHE010, 2001, CD)
Joe Jackson — Night and Day II Joe Jackson — Night and Day II
(Manticore Records SK 89261, 2000, CD)
Joe Jackson — Summer in the City: Live in New York Joe Jackson — Summer in the City: Live in New York
(Sony Music SK 89237, 2000, CD)
Joe Jackson — Symphony No. 1 Joe Jackson — Symphony No. 1
(Sony Music Classical SK 64435, 1999, CD)
Joe Jackson & Friends — Heaven and Hell Joe Jackson & Friends — Heaven and Hell
(Sony Music Classical SK 60273, 1997, CD)
Joe Jackson — Night Music Joe Jackson — Night Music
(Virgin 7243 8 39880 2 0, 1994, CD)
Joe Jackson — Laughter and Lust Joe Jackson — Laughter and Lust
(Virgin 2-91628, 1991, CD)
Joe Jackson — Blaze of Glory Joe Jackson — Blaze of Glory
(A&M CD 5249, 1989, CD)
Joe Jackson — Live 1980/86 Joe Jackson — Live 1980/86
(A&M CD 6706, 1988, 2CD)
Joe Jackson — Will Power Joe Jackson — Will Power
(A&M CD-3908, 1987, CD)
Joe Jackson — Big World Joe Jackson — Big World
(A&M CD 6021, 1986, CD)
Joe Jackson — Body and Soul Joe Jackson — Body and Soul
(A&M CD-3286, 1984, CD)
Joe Jackson — Mike's Murder - The Motion Picture Soundtrack Joe Jackson — Mike's Murder - The Motion Picture Soundtrack
(A&M SP-4931, 1983, LP)
Joe Jackson — Night and Day Joe Jackson — Night and Day
(A&M SP-4906, 1982, LP)
Joe Jackson — Joe Jackson's Jumpin' Jive Joe Jackson — Joe Jackson's Jumpin' Jive
(A&M SP 4871, 1981, LP)
Joe Jackson Band — Beat Crazy Joe Jackson Band — Beat Crazy
(A&M SP-4837, 1980, LP)
Joe Jackson — I'm the Man Joe Jackson — I'm the Man
(A&M SP-4794, 1979, LP)
Joe Jackson — Look Sharp! Joe Jackson — Look Sharp!
(A&M SP-4743, 1979, LP)

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