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I Need My Baby - Jackey Beavers - I Need My Baby / A Love That Never Grows Cold (Vinyl)

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I was having girlfriend trouble with this chick back home in Cincinnati. To make a long story short, I took a weekend leave and went home to Cincinnati and took [ I Need My Baby ] with me, no one here had heard it. We played that record till the grooves turned white. Iwas [ humping ] this chick inckey Battlecreek named Delores I wonder what happtened to her.

Just a few months later though he was recording for Grandland and not so long after his own label Jaber. Look at the map of Michigan. Battle Creek, where Jackey was stationed, is in the far southwest, far away from The Detroit Metro area. Lansing is in the south central part of the state, also a fair distance outside of The Detroit Area. The fact that Detroit radio stations didn't play Jackey's song, but a Lansing station DID, tells me that Jackey was doing his own promotion, and that the Lansing DJ probably knew him from his Lansing gigs.

I don't think Revilot put more than the slightest marketing push behind Jackey's record. The probably ran a small pressing run for just Detroit. And when it didn't sell well, and they couldn't get regular local airplay, they dropped promoting it.

And THAT and poor storage conditions resulted in the many "beat" copies showing up. I didn't know what Revilot was until about , when I first saw a company list of scheduled releases.

So, I did place it on my wants list then. But, I stopped circulating my wants list in about And the stored stock wasn't discovered until about About the same again to Detroit isn't it? As the company moved on so did Jackey. BTW from what I can see this had plays by Richard late 79 into I presume it came via John Anderson at Soul Bowl?

I think everyone raises some interesting points and I go along with a fair amount of the comments from Rick and Robb. Thing to bear in mind about Jackey Beavers was that he wasn't really a Detroit artist in the strictest sense. His own thing was pretty much contained in Western Michigan and his modus operandi seemed to be recording and releasing his own Jaber product—either under his own name or that of his touring concern and associated acts—and then leasing it where he could to other, national companies as he did not long after Revilot , with Mainstream in NYC and Sound Stage 7 in Nashville.

Obviously there's the Steve Mancha cut from six months earlier and we know from the Groovesville archives that several artists tried different approaches with the INMB backing track, even down to Don Davis using it for Carla Thomas some years later when he had moved to Stax.

Maybe it was done as a favour on the part of both sides and 'promoted' half-heartedly in that spirit. I think I maybe overstated its 'non-rare' status in my first post. Obviously it's always been pretty difficult to find. I assume John Anderson could tell us more about finding the initial quantity which turned up. Was always a tough one to get mint imho but as said lots of knackered ones have turned up over the years. Cant say if it was a John Anderson find but certainly in with that batch of killas that got spun late 79!

No doubt John found them in the same way as he found Melvin Davis-Find a quite place,some years earlier. I wouldn't believe every comment that's posted on youtube. Since Gladys Knight's version came out before. Carole's, it would be a bit of a stretch to go back in time and write "Stop We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue.

Why so rare? Posted April 20, edited. Edited April 20, by Guest. Share this forum post soul source url Social source share. Posted April 20, No airplay, therefore no national release? Posted April 21,

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  3. Jackey Beavers does the song I Need My Baby. The other side is the song, Love That Never Grows Old. It came out in and this is one of the more highly sought after Holy Grails of Michigan Northern Soul. It is a 7" 45 rpm record. It is a U.S. release on Revilot Records RV The vinyl is VG in appearance but it really plays great, more.
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  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Acetate release of I Need My Baby on Discogs. Label: Revilot Records - RV • Format: Acetate Jackey Beavers ‎– I Need My Baby I Need My Baby / A Love That Never Grows Cold 5/5(1).
  7. A Side: Jackey Beavers - I Need My Baby: B Side: Jackey Beavers - A Love That Never Grows Cold: Label: Outta Sight: Catalogue #: OSV Format: 7" Vinyl.

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