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Jack Bradshaw
Born:  March 29, 1930

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Jack Bradshaw
Record Reviews From The Billboard and The Cash Box
Date Label Rec No. Review
9/17/1955 (BB) Decca 29654 My Heart, My Heart bright bluesy ditty by a promising new disk personality. (Rating: 75)

Flirting With You
A cute. bouncy little hem which should help win fans for the newcomer. (Rating: 73)
7/16/1955 (BB) MAR-VEL 751 Searching A nostalgic tune given a quiet, sincere reading by the singer and handsomely backed by steel guitar. (Rating: 67)

My Heart, My Heart
Picking up the beat, Bradshaw and his Tennessee Trio rush brcathlessly Ihm this material, giving It a cute twist from lime to time with unexpected hesitations. (Rating: 66)
6/2/1958 (BB) MAR-VEL 752 Naughty Girls Ingratiating warbling by Bradshaw and Morgan Sisters on amusing little ditty with good lyrics. Merits spins. (Rating: 76)

It Just Ain't Right
Plaintive vocal treatment of wistful tune. Good for traditional c. & w. locks. (Rating: 72)
6/14/1958 (CB) MAR-VEL 752 Naughty Girls Here’s an interesting coupling that could very well develop into a two-sided ‘sleeper’. On this half, Jack Bradshaw, tastefully backed up by the Morgan Sisters, refreshingly romps over a contagious, gimmicked-up novelty bouncer. (Rating: B+)

It Just Ain't Right
Bradshaw and the gals blend their vocal talents in pleasing style, once again, as they tenderly groove a feelingful romantic lilter. Watch both ends. (Rating: B+)
11/1/1958 (CB) MAR-VEL 753 Men Are Weak
Jack Bradshaw follows his attention-getting “Naughty Girls; with one that’ll probably cause an even bigger fuss among the pop anc country platter spinners. On it Jack softly caresses a catchy, easy-goinj tale billed as the ‘No. 1 song of the Weak’. Interesting side to watcl closely. (Rating: B+)

Jo-Jo Underlid is a tantalizing slicing that Bradshaw takes for a refreshing whirl Can also put the artist in hit contention.(Rating: B)
11/13/1958 (BB) MAR-VEL 753 Jo-Jo Rockabilly has chanter threatening to mar his rival's good looks for eying his girl. Some coin ossible. (Rating: Two Stars)

Men Are Weak
Folkish ballad is offbeat and interesting. Country jockeys will enjoy. (Rating: Two Stars)
9/14/1959 (BB) GLENN 754 No NO A country weeper with a lot of emotion in the reading. C. &mp. W. deejays should expose it.(Rating: 3 stars)

Welcome Heart
A three-beat country tune. Bradshaw sings it well, in the traditional style. (Rating: Two Stars)
9/19/1959 (BB) GLENN 754 No NO Bradshaw’s soft, whisper-like voice tenderly cuddles this beautiful ballad. The' stylist comes through winningly. (Rating: B+)

Welcome Heart
More of the special Bradshaw feeling is packed lovingly into this end. Both can make noise. (Rating: B+)

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Recordings (78rpm/45rpm)

Christian Way Records
Rec. No. Side Song Title
  11378 A One Day Christian
  11378 B From The Bar Stool To The Cross
Rec. No. Side Song Title
  29654 A My Heart, My Heart
  29654 B Searching
Rec. No. Side Song Title
  GL-MV-754 A Welcome Heart
  GL-MV-754 B No No
  GL-MV-755 A You Hurt Me
  GL-MV-755 B I Got What You Need
Jack Bradshaw
Rec. No. Side Song Title
  JB-10 A Flirting With You
  JB-10 A What's The Matter With My Heart
  JB-10 B My Heart, My Heart
  JB-10 B Searching
Rec. No. Side Song Title
  MV-750 A Don't Tease Me (w/Tennessee Trio)
  MV-750 B Don't Cause Me To Hate You (w/Tennessee Trio)
  MV-751 A My Heart, My Heart (w/Tennessee Trio)
  MV-751 B Searching (w/Tennessee Trio)
  MV-752 A Naughty Girls (w/Morgan Sisters)
  MV-752 B It Just Ain't Right (w/Morgan Sisters)
  MV-753 A Jo-Jo
  MV-753 B Men Are Weak
  MV-756 A Saturday Night Special
  MV-756 B Out Of The Picture

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