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Jerry Palmer - String of Hits

Album

MP3/320 $8.99
FLAC $8.99
WAV $8.99
CD $16.99

Tracks

Travelin Shoes Buy
Oh Lucky Me Buy
Head Over Heels In Love Buy
Love's Come to Me Buy
Sweet Lorene Buy
Hey Sweet Baby Buy
Come Along with Me Buy
I Got a Love (aka Gotta Love) Buy
Celebration Day Buy
Walking Home Buy
Seperate Ways Buy
Gotta Learn to Twist Buy
Don't (Ever Leave Me) Buy
Party Pooper Buy
That'll Be the Day Buy
On My Way (To Old L.A.) Buy
Together with Love Buy
Lovin' Man Buy
Belinda Buy
Walking the Dog Buy
Don't Leave Me Baby Buy
The Ice Cream Man Buy
Cerina Buy
Don't Avoid Me Buy
Can't Get Away from Girls Buy
Wearing My Ring Buy
On Cumberland (a.k.a. Cumberland) Buy
Cruisin' Buy
Lips You Missed Buy
There Was Love All Around Us Buy
Your Love Buy

Jerry Palmer was born in Manitoba and raised in Fort William, Ontario (now Thunder Bay, Ontario), where he met and signed a management pact with Don Grashey (Myrna Lorrie, Carroll Baker, etc. His early years in music during the late 1950's-early 60's were in the rock 'n roll vein, scoring a series of nationally charted singles and touring extensively on the U.S. scene including appearances on Dick Clark's Bandstand TV Show. Thanks to his dynamic voice and stage presence he soon earned the name Mr. Entertainer. While still on Don Grashey's Gaiety Records label, Jerry Palmer turned his musical interests towards "country", and became one of Canada's most prominent recording acts of the 70's, releasing albums on the Quality, Gaiety, Birchmount, RCA Victor and Golden Eagle record labels. Palmer charted over a dozen singles including six Top 10 hits and in 1976 scored a #1 hit with One Way Ticket To A Lady. Much of Jerry Palmer's recorded material was self-penned and/or co-written with his mentor Don Grashey. Throughout his career Jerry Palmer frequently stepped out of the spotlight and put his music on hold, only to make sporadic comebacks. A 1977 duet offering with Carroll Baker of the Myrna Lorrie/Don Grashey hit compositions Are You Mine, attracted heavy radio airplay; and he made occasional guest appearances on Canadian country TV shows of the period. Palmer periodically released new material in latter years, none of which helped put him back in the spotlight that he enjoyed earlier.