9 thoughts on “ Jean DuShon - As I Watch You Walk Away / Make Him Your Own (Vinyl)

  1. Lastly a real clunker, but in an amusing way is Martha Smith's typewriter-paced version of "As I watch him walk away" I've at least heard Jean DuShon's version to compare the way this soulful melody "should" seriously sound, but hearing Martha just about stand on a chair to hit the notes of " I can't bear the though of her kissing you.
  2. Later, she contracted with Lenox Records, Columbia, ABC-Paramount and then Chess, where she released her firs album Make Way for Jean DuShon, in This record was met with critical acclaim leading to a second album in , You Better Believe Me, with the Ramsey Lewis Trio. By the time she recorded her third album, Feeling Good, in
  3. Make Him Your Own / As I Watch You Walk Away. 1. Out In The Cold Again / What Now My Love Dinah Washington, whose "home away from home" was Detroit. Jean had started early with her first love singing, by winning numerous talent contests, which led her, at 15, to go professional. Make Way for Jean DuShon was a critical.
  4. 15 Jean DuShon - Talk to Me, Talk to Me having the balls to walk away from the pair when he believed there was nothing more they could teach him; using the facilities at Big Top Records to "rehearse" a contracted but unknown girl group only to then be sued for stealing them for his own .
  5. Jean DuShon grew up in Detroit enthralled by the voices of singers Billie Holiday and Dinah Washington. So into Washington, Dushon began her professional career in clubs sounding so much like her it drew Read Full Biography. Biography ↓ Discography ↓ Songs ↓ Credits ↓.
  6. LPS - Feeling Good - Jean Dushon [] Wild Is the Wind/Goodbye Is a Lonesome Sound/Out In the Cold/Heather On the Hill/I'll Never Find Another/You Don't Know/Take a chance/What Now/Watching the World Go By/If IRuled/Make Him Your Own LPS - Tough!
  7. Cadet - As I Watch You Walk Away / Make Him Your Own – LPs Argo LPS - Ramsey Lewis Trio with Jean Dushon - You Better Believe Me -
  8. Record label associated with records issued by the Chess Recording Corp. subsidiary of Chess. Originally named Argo (6), the label's name was changed to Cadet in to avoid confusion with the British label Argo (2). For counterfeit editions and other unofficial versions of its releases, please see Cadet (4). In January the Chess label and the subsidiaries were bought by GRT.

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