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Playlist of The Jaggerz

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  • The Jaggerz - The Rapper

    2:45

    Here is 'The Rapper' by The Jaggerz from 1970, their #1 hit. The video consists of about 50 compilation LPs, Tapes, and CDs The Rapper has appeared on since 1970. And I am still missing about 10.

  • Jimmie Ross and The Jaggerz - The Walk

    3:53

    Purchase:
    Album:

    Starring:
    Jimmie Ross
    Benny Faiella
    Paul Martello
    Hermie Granati
    Chris Patarini
    Dennis McAbee

    Karin Mclltrot

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  • The Jaggerz - THE RAPPER - McKeesport, PA - August 2014

    5:58

    The Jaggerz perform at the Lions Band Shell in Renzie Park as part of McKeesport's summer concert series. August 31, 2014. Thanks to Dan, Mugs and all the others who work to make this happen. This is amateur video. I do not monetize or profit in any way from it. I post it to promote the artist and the live music venues. If the artist or anyone appearing disapproves, PLEASE contact me via Youtube and I will make accommodations. Tim

  • The Jaggerz - Baby I Love You.wmv

    2:23

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  • The Rapper

    2:46

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    The Rapper · The Jaggerz

    Ridin' The Hits Of The '60s & '70s Vol. 2

    ℗ 2007 Goldenlane Records

    Released on: 2007-09-11

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  • The Jaggerz - Memoirs of the Traveller

    3:20

    from album We went to different schools together

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  • The Jaggerz Gotta Find My Way Back Home

    2:16

    The Jaggerz perform their single Gotta Find My Way Back Home featuring Jimmie Ross on lead. This was their first TV appearance on the Terry McGovern Show, Pittsburgh, PA in 1968.

  • The Jaggerz - Baby I Love You

    2:15

    The Jaggerz from Aliquippa,PA are rarely noted as a top-notched blue-eyed soul group because most are only aware of their one big hit “The Rapper,” which isn’t soul music. But before cutting that one on Kama Sutra Records they did an album and dropped four singles for Kenny Gamble & Leon Huff’s Gamble Records. Steeped in R&B, The Jaggerz are absolutely thrilling rehashing the Intruders’ “Together,” the Temptations’ “Ain’t No Sun (Since You Been Gone),” Jackie Wilson’s “Higher and Higher,” and the Diplomats’ “Here’s a Heart. ” They also shine on originals “(That’s Why) Baby I Love You,” “Bring It Back,” and Philly sounds like “Gotta Find My Way Back Home,” a Melvin & Mervin Steals a.k.a. Mystro & Lyric composition — the same brothers who later did “Could It Be I’m Falling in Love” for the Spinners. The players and singers are Thom Davies (organ), Benny Faiella (guitar), Donnie Iris (guitar & vocals), Bill Maybray (bass & vocals), Jim Pugliano (drums), and Jim Ross (bass & vocals).

  • Born Poor The Jaggerz

    3:07

    Single 45 B-side Born Poor
    Released December 1969
    Format 7
    Recorded 1969
    Genre Rock, AM pop
    Length 2:41
    Label Kama Sutra
    Writer(s) Dominic Ierace
    Certification Gold (RIAA)

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  • Move Across the River

    4:16

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Move Across the River · The Jaggerz

    The Walk

    ℗ 2014 The Jaggerz

    Released on: 2014-05-12

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  • The Jaggerz - Gotta Find My Way Back Home

    1:50

    The Jaggerz from Aliquippa,PA are rarely noted as a top-notched blue-eyed soul group because most are only aware of their one big hit “The Rapper,” which isn’t soul music. But before cutting that one on Kama Sutra Records they did an album and dropped four singles for Kenny Gamble & Leon Huff’s Gamble Records. Steeped in R&B, The Jaggerz are absolutely thrilling rehashing the Intruders’ “Together,” the Temptations’ “Ain’t No Sun (Since You Been Gone),” Jackie Wilson’s “Higher and Higher,” and the Diplomats’ “Here’s a Heart. ” They also shine on originals “(That’s Why) Baby I Love You,” “Bring It Back,” and Philly sounds like “Gotta Find My Way Back Home,” a Melvin & Mervin Steals a.k.a. Mystro & Lyric composition — the same brothers who later did “Could It Be I’m Falling in Love” for the Spinners. The players and singers are Thom Davies (organ), Benny Faiella (guitar), Donnie Iris (guitar & vocals), Bill Maybray (bass & vocals), Jim Pugliano (drums), and Jim Ross (bass & vocals).

  • The Jaggerz Youre The One For Me

    4:10

    The Jaggerz sing You're The One For Me featuring Donnie Iris on lead at Club Naturale in Beaver Falls, PA circa 1966.

  • The Jaggerz - Its For You

    2:27

    The Jaggerz made several LIVE unreleased recordings at Mancini's in Pittsburgh , PA circa 1969-1971.

  • THE JAGGERZ - Its Gonna Take A Miracle/Im On The Outside Looking In

    4:03

    (feat: Jimmie Ross & Donna Groom)

    The Jaggerz are an American rock band from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. They came to national attention with their single The Rapper which was released on the Kama Sutra label. The Rapper was #1 in the Record World Charts and #2 in the Billboard Hot 100 chart in March 1970. Having sold over one million copies the recording received a gold record awarded by the R.I.A.A.

    The band's name derives from the Pittsburgh English slang term, jagger bush, meaning a thorny bush. They were managed by The Skyliners manager, Joe Rock.

    DISCLAIMER: No copyright infringement intended. This video is for entertainment purpose only and not for any kind of monetary gain. I do not own nor claim to own anything in this video. This song and image are the sole property of their rightful and lawful owners. (if this is considered a copyright infringement, please contact me and it will be removed).

  • The Jaggerz - Forever Together-Together Forever

    2:27

    The Jaggerz from Aliquippa,PA are rarely noted as a top-notched blue-eyed soul group because most are only aware of their one big hit “The Rapper,” which isn’t soul music. But before cutting that one on Kama Sutra Records they did an album and dropped four singles for Kenny Gamble & Leon Huff’s Gamble Records. Steeped in R&B, The Jaggerz are absolutely thrilling rehashing the Intruders’ “Together,” the Temptations’ “Ain’t No Sun (Since You Been Gone),” Jackie Wilson’s “Higher and Higher,” and the Diplomats’ “Here’s a Heart. ” They also shine on originals “(That’s Why) Baby I Love You,” “Bring It Back,” and Philly sounds like “Gotta Find My Way Back Home,” a Melvin & Mervin Steals a.k.a. Mystro & Lyric composition — the same brothers who later did “Could It Be I’m Falling in Love” for the Spinners. The players and singers are Thom Davies (organ), Benny Faiella (guitar), Donnie Iris (guitar & vocals), Bill Maybray (bass & vocals), Jim Pugliano (drums), and Jim Ross (bass & vocals).

  • The Jaggerz - Baby I Love You

    2:59

    Billy Maybray Performs The Jaggerz debut single (That's Why) Baby I Love You Live at Mancini's circa 1969.

  • The Jaggerz - Its For You

    2:27

    The Jaggerz cover It's For You circa 1968/1969. Unmatched live sound during their club scene. The Jaggerz were the staple of the r&b/soul sound and everything else. They could match anyone style out there. They were incredible.

  • The Jaggerz - Gotta Find My Way Back Home 1968

    1:56

  • The Jaggerz - Old Man River

    5:07

    The Jaggerz perform Old Man River Live at The Sunken Bar, Geneva On The Lake, OH circa 1969.

  • The Rapper - The Jaggerz - 1970

    2:49

    *M.J.Beauleau, Classic Musicman Brings you* - The Rapper - written by band member Dominic Ierace, better known as Donnie Iris. Released as a single, from the album We Went to Different Schools Together...

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  • GOTTA FIND MY WAY BACK HOME-THE JAGGERZ GAMBLE 1968

    2:00

    check out pghpookie's groovin' post of the flipside to this great song!!

  • The Jaggerz - Need Your Love

    2:57

    The Jaggerz singing Marvin Gaye's Need Your Love (Want You Back) Live 1968/69! You couldn't touch these guys back in the day. They were it when it came to live performances.

  • The Jaggerz - Things Gotta Get Better

    3:58

    'Things Gotta Get Better' by The Jaggerz from their 1970 album 'We Went To Different Schools Together', featuring Billy Maybray and Donnie Iris on vocals.

  • The Jaggerz - Gotta Find My Way Back Home.wmv

    1:57

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  • The Walk

    3:55

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    The Walk · The Jaggerz · Jimmie Ross

    The Walk

    ℗ 2014 The Jaggerz

    Released on: 2014-05-12

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • The Jaggerz — Thats Why Baby I Love You 1968

    2:47

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  • Baby I Love You - The Jaggerz

    2:22

  • The Jaggerz - Let Me Be Your Man

    2:20

    The Jaggerz from Aliquippa,PA are rarely noted as a top-notched blue-eyed soul group because most are only aware of their one big hit “The Rapper,” which isn’t soul music. But before cutting that one on Kama Sutra Records they did an album and dropped four singles for Kenny Gamble & Leon Huff’s Gamble Records. Steeped in R&B, The Jaggerz are absolutely thrilling rehashing the Intruders’ “Together,” the Temptations’ “Ain’t No Sun (Since You Been Gone),” Jackie Wilson’s “Higher and Higher,” and the Diplomats’ “Here’s a Heart. ” They also shine on originals “(That’s Why) Baby I Love You,” “Bring It Back,” and Philly sounds like “Gotta Find My Way Back Home,” a Melvin & Mervin Steals a.k.a. Mystro & Lyric composition — the same brothers who later did “Could It Be I’m Falling in Love” for the Spinners. The players and singers are Thom Davies (organ), Benny Faiella (guitar), Donnie Iris (guitar & vocals), Bill Maybray (bass & vocals), Jim Pugliano (drums), and Jim Ross (bass & vocals).

  • The Jaggerz Slideshow

    4:54

    Jaggerz Slideshow of a small portion of Jimmie Ross's personal photo collection from 1966 - 2011.

  • The Jaggerz - Ill Never Forget You

    2:51

    Little known cover version of The O'Jays northern soul classic 'I'll Never Forget You' by Pittsburgh's The Jaggerz. Released only as a b-side on Kama Sutra in 1971.

  • The Jaggerz - With A Little Help From My Friends

    6:39

    from the 1970 album We Went To Different School's Together

  • The Jaggerz - The Rapper 1970 HQ

    2:44

    Classic 1970 Hits Collection

  • The Jaggerz .MPG

    3:26

    Roots of Rock & Roll At The Benedum Center 3-6-2010

  • The Jaggerz - The Walk - McKeesport, PA - August 2014

    4:04

    The Jaggerz perform at the Lions Band Shell in Renzie Park as part of McKeesport's summer concert series. August 31, 2014. Thanks to Dan, Mugs and all the others who work to make this happen. This is amateur video. I do not monetize or profit in any way from it. I post it to promote the artist and the live music venues. If the artist or anyone appearing disapproves, PLEASE contact me via Youtube and I will make accommodations. Tim

  • Baby I Love You - The Jaggerz

    2:25

    There was a lot of great music by Pittsburgh's Jaggerz before the 'Rapper'. From 1968, a super track that shows these guys were one of the premier 'Blue Eyed' Soul groups. Produced by Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff in Philly

  • The Jaggerz - The Rapper 1970

    2:44

    From the LP Super Hits of the 70s Volume 1

  • The Jaggerz - Because

    2:50

    The Jaggerz cover The Beatles song called 'Because' at Mancini's circa 1969. This song shows the group's trademark harmonies that made them a super live act.

  • The Jaggerz - Together

    3:00

    The Jaggerz from Aliquippa,PA are rarely noted as a top-notched blue-eyed soul group because most are only aware of their one big hit “The Rapper,” which isn’t soul music. But before cutting that one on Kama Sutra Records they did an album and dropped four singles for Kenny Gamble & Leon Huff’s Gamble Records. Steeped in R&B, The Jaggerz are absolutely thrilling rehashing the Intruders’ “Together,” the Temptations’ “Ain’t No Sun (Since You Been Gone),” Jackie Wilson’s “Higher and Higher,” and the Diplomats’ “Here’s a Heart. ” They also shine on originals “(That’s Why) Baby I Love You,” “Bring It Back,” and Philly sounds like “Gotta Find My Way Back Home,” a Melvin & Mervin Steals a.k.a. Mystro & Lyric composition — the same brothers who later did “Could It Be I’m Falling in Love” for the Spinners. The players and singers are Thom Davies (organ), Benny Faiella (guitar), Donnie Iris (guitar & vocals), Bill Maybray (bass & vocals), Jim Pugliano (drums), and Jim Ross (bass & vocals).

  • The Jaggerz Baby I Love You - Terry McGovern Show 1968

    2:31

    The Jaggerz LIVE on TV in 1968 performing their debut single (That's Why) Baby I Love You written and sung by Billy Maybray. This was the Terry McGovern Show shot in Pittsburgh, PA.

  • The Jaggerz - This Old Heart of Mine - McKeesport, PA - August 2014

    4:12

    The Jaggerz perform at the Lions Band Shell in Renzie Park as part of McKeesport's summer concert series. August 31, 2014. Thanks to Dan, Mugs and all the others who work to make this happen. This is amateur video. I do not monetize or profit in any way from it. I post it to promote the artist and the live music venues. If the artist or anyone appearing disapproves, PLEASE contact me via Youtube and I will make accommodations. Tim

  • The Jaggerz - Give A Little Love

    2:31

    The Jaggerz from Aliquippa,PA are rarely noted as a top-notched blue-eyed soul group because most are only aware of their one big hit “The Rapper,” which isn’t soul music. But before cutting that one on Kama Sutra Records they did an album and dropped four singles for Kenny Gamble & Leon Huff’s Gamble Records. Steeped in R&B, The Jaggerz are absolutely thrilling rehashing the Intruders’ “Together,” the Temptations’ “Ain’t No Sun (Since You Been Gone),” Jackie Wilson’s “Higher and Higher,” and the Diplomats’ “Here’s a Heart. ” They also shine on originals “(That’s Why) Baby I Love You,” “Bring It Back,” and Philly sounds like “Gotta Find My Way Back Home,” a Melvin & Mervin Steals a.k.a. Mystro & Lyric composition — the same brothers who later did “Could It Be I’m Falling in Love” for the Spinners. The players and singers are Thom Davies (organ), Benny Faiella (guitar), Donnie Iris (guitar & vocals), Bill Maybray (bass & vocals), Jim Pugliano (drums), and Jim Ross (bass & vocals).

  • The Jaggerz - baby I love you

    2:23

  • The Rapper , The Jaggerz , 1970 Vinyl 45RPM

    2:47

    Written by Dominic Ierace (Donnie Iris), and recorded by The Jaggerz. Released as a single in December 1969 and included on the album We Went to Different Schools Together, it reached #2 on the Pop Singles in 1970 selling over a million copies.

  • The Jaggerz - Heres A Heart

    2:20

    The Jaggerz from Aliquippa,PA are rarely noted as a top-notched blue-eyed soul group because most are only aware of their one big hit “The Rapper,” which isn’t soul music. But before cutting that one on Kama Sutra Records they did an album and dropped four singles for Kenny Gamble & Leon Huff’s Gamble Records. Steeped in R&B, The Jaggerz are absolutely thrilling rehashing the Intruders’ “Together,” the Temptations’ “Ain’t No Sun (Since You Been Gone),” Jackie Wilson’s “Higher and Higher,” and the Diplomats’ “Here’s a Heart. ” They also shine on originals “(That’s Why) Baby I Love You,” “Bring It Back,” and Philly sounds like “Gotta Find My Way Back Home,” a Melvin & Mervin Steals a.k.a. Mystro & Lyric composition — the same brothers who later did “Could It Be I’m Falling in Love” for the Spinners. The players and singers are Thom Davies (organ), Benny Faiella (guitar), Donnie Iris (guitar & vocals), Bill Maybray (bass & vocals), Jim Pugliano (drums), and Jim Ross (bass & vocals).

  • The Jaggerz Introductions

    2:00

    The Jaggerz (or Jaggers when this was recorded) introductions during one of their live shows back in the day circa 1966-1968.

  • Stagger Lee

    4:23

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Stagger Lee · The Jaggerz

    The Walk

    ℗ 2014 The Jaggerz

    Released on: 2014-05-12

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • The Jaggerz - Higher And Higher

    2:45

    The Jaggerz from Aliquippa,PA are rarely noted as a top-notched blue-eyed soul group because most are only aware of their one big hit “The Rapper,” which isn’t soul music. But before cutting that one on Kama Sutra Records they did an album and dropped four singles for Kenny Gamble & Leon Huff’s Gamble Records. Steeped in R&B, The Jaggerz are absolutely thrilling rehashing the Intruders’ “Together,” the Temptations’ “Ain’t No Sun (Since You Been Gone),” Jackie Wilson’s “Higher and Higher,” and the Diplomats’ “Here’s a Heart. ” They also shine on originals “(That’s Why) Baby I Love You,” “Bring It Back,” and Philly sounds like “Gotta Find My Way Back Home,” a Melvin & Mervin Steals a.k.a. Mystro & Lyric composition — the same brothers who later did “Could It Be I’m Falling in Love” for the Spinners. The players and singers are Thom Davies (organ), Benny Faiella (guitar), Donnie Iris (guitar & vocals), Bill Maybray (bass & vocals), Jim Pugliano (drums), and Jim Ross (bass & vocals).

  • The Jaggerz - The Rapper - 45 RPM

    3:08

    Original Kama Sutra Records #502

    Debut 1/31/1970
    Peaked at #2 for ONE week on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart.

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  • The Jaggerz- Gotta Find My Way Back Home

    2:00

    One of Da 'Burg's best, teaming up with some Philly legends to create a mini Soul masterwork. Released, I believe, in late 1968, this recording featured production by Gamble & Huff, an arrangement by Bobby Martin & Thom Bell, a tune written by the Steals brothers (who later wrote The Spinners classic Could It Be I'm Falling In Love), fabulous vocal harmonies & a fabulous, in the pocket lead by Jimmie Ross. All of these ingredients led to the making of a superb record that, unfortunately, made no headway on any of the so-called Charts (for God knows what reason). Sublime Soul right here.

  • The Jaggerz - Stand In For Love/Please Baby Please

    7:01

    Remembered for 'The Rapper', lots of people don't know this band started out as a blue-eyed soul band in 1965. In 1968 they got on record with Gamble Records of Philly with 'Gotta Find My Way Back Home', and most people assumed them to be a Black group. Then there was 'Rapper' and it didn't matter much. By and large The Jaggerz were, and still are an R&B band. Jimmie Ross has gotten them going again in recent years, and though they might seem a bit more mellow than in the old days, they're still great. This is from the And The Band Played On' CD, and it's damn good. Happy to say they're from W.Pa., and the pride of Pittsburgh. For Fred, some pics from my backyard. Enjoy a great medley of two of Pgh's favorites (O'Jays/Sensations), as done by this incredible group of guys. I can't play this enough, i just love it.

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