|A2||Love Is Here To Stay|
|A3||Ol' Man River|
|A4||Now You Know|
|A5||Zing! Went The Strings Of My Heart|
|B2||My Funny Valentine|
|B4||Take Me Back To The Island|
|B5||(I'm Afraid) The Masquerade Is Over|
|B6||Alright, Okay, You Win|
|LSP-2089||Jesse Belvin||Just Jesse Belvin (LP, Album)||RCA Victor||LSP-2089||US||1959|
|31,280, LPM 2089||Jesse Belvin||Just Jesse Belvin (LP, Album, Mono)||RCA Victor, RCA Victor||31,280, LPM 2089||South Africa||1959|
|LPM-2089||Jesse Belvin||Just Jesse Belvin (LP, Album, Mono)||RCA Victor||LPM-2089||Canada||1959|
|RPL 3185||Jesse Belvin||Just Jesse Belvin (LP, Album)||RCA||RPL 3185||New Zealand||1959|
|LPM-2089, LPM 2089||Jesse Belvin||Just Jesse Belvin (LP, Album, Mono)||RCA Victor, RCA Victor||LPM-2089, LPM 2089||US||1959|
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The next-to-last album made by R&B crooner/balladeer Jesse Belvin. It's part slick pop, part soulful R&B, although his sound has more of a Nat King Cole influence than gospel. Belvin's work merged the smooth, sophisticated West Coast sound with the more earthy southern approach.
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Features Song Lyrics for Jesse Belvin's Just Jesse Belvin album. Jesse Belvin - Just Jesse Belvin Album Lyrics.
Songs from Mr Easy/Just Jesse Belvin by Jesse Belvin. Free download and listen Mr Easy/Just Jesse Belvin. Style: pop. Album year: 2018.
Jesse Lorenzo Belvin was born in San Antonio, TX, in 1932. When he was five, his family relocated to Los Angeles, and by age seven he was singing in church. He discovered R&B in his early teens, and in 1950 joined jazz saxophonist Big Jay McNeely's backing vocal quartet Three Dots and a Dash. Belvin's falsetto was placed up front in his debut release, 1950's "All the Wine Is Gone"; the response was so strong that on the group's next record, his name was placed directly under McNeely's on the B-side, "Sad Story. He finished his first album, Just Jesse Belvin, later in the year, developing a more mature studio sound and a somewhat more sophisticated singing style as well. Like Sam Cooke, who would follow him on to RCA with similar goals a short time later, Belvin began to realize that he had the potential to cross over to adult white audiences while keeping his original fans as well.