8 thoughts on “ Geraldine And John - Joe Jackson - Im The Man (CD, Album) ”

  1. Joe Jackson – Geraldine And John Lyrics from album: I'm The Man () See the bright red sports car, see the happy couple.
  2. Geraldine and John Lyrics: See the bright red sports car, see the happy couple / See their clothes so white and their skin so pink / See them playing squash gotta keep their bodies supple / How.
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  4. Joe Jackson - Geraldine and john lyrics. Geraldine and john by Joe Jackson. See the bright red sports car, see the happy couple. See their clothes so white and their skin so pink. See them playing squash gotta keep their bodies supple. How they kiss goodnight but tomorrow they'll be thinking.
  5. In ´79, Joe Jackson was a bubbly, edgy, but also slightly quirky man, expressing himself through pub rock meeting power pop and new wave. Comparisons to peer Elvis Costello obviously had to be raised by many listeners. Maybe not as moody and vitriolic as Costello, but musically a bite more t the point (at least in his early recording years), Joe Jackson and his band were serious contenders.
  6. I'm the Man is Joe Jackson's second album, released in October Released shortly after Jackson's breakthrough debut, Look Sharp!, I'm the Man saw Jackson continue the style of his earlier album. Singles from the album included "I'm the Man" and "It's Different for Girls", the latter of which was his biggest UK chart single, peaking at number five in the UK Singles Chart.
  7. Dec 02,  · Joe Jackson Licensed to YouTube by UMG (on behalf of Virgin EMI); ASCAP, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA - UBEM, LatinAutor, Kobalt Music Publishing, AMRA, and 2 Music Rights Societies.
  8. Editors’ Notes Joe Jackson was an accomplished musician as the ‘New Wave’ scene of the late s attracted the attention of record labels looking to sign the next smart angry young songwriter. Streamlining his eclectic musical interests, Jackson zeroed in on a lean, mean sound that emphasized tight percussive pop with his caustic, observational insights. ’s I’m the Man was the.

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