Sadie The Cleaning Lady, 1966
Produced by Howard Gable and engineered by Frank Douglas, this 1969 album saw Jack accompanied by Slim Dorward on bass and Dave Fraser on drums. The cover was designed by Terence F. Eady with photography by Sal Criscillo. The album highlighted tracks featured on the 1960’s English TV variety show of the same name.
An 8 track EP of seasonal favourites originally released in 1962
The Jack Thompson Touch, released on 10" LP in 1959
Jack’s final LP for HMV was recorded live at the Russley Hotel in Christchurch in 1971. With Ralph Walker on bass and Lance Glanville on drums, the album was produced by Alan Galbraith.
Jack Thmpson - At The Movies, from 1970, a year in which he would release 4 albums via HMV
One of three Jack Thompson albums released by HMV in 1964. As with many of Jack’s albums, Party Time featured medleys of popular tracks of the day.
Evergreens, Thompson Style, from 1966
1963 release which saw Jack perform medleys of some of his favourite love songs and ballads.
More Hits from The Black And White Minstrels, from 1969
Produced by Alan Galbraith, Jack turned to popular country hits for this 1970 album
Jack Thompson Plays EP, from 1961
Jack Thompson Meets Garth Young, from 1968
Jack Thompson profiled in Joy, and off-shoot of the NZ Truth, July 1960
1965 release recorded at the HMV Wellington studios by Frank Douglas. For this album, Jack was accompanied by Noel Evans on bass and Garry Kennington on drums. LP cover photography by Hubert Sieben.
1967 release produced and engineered by Frank Douglas. Cover photography by Sal Criscillo.
Jack’s first 12” LP for HMV. For this album Jack was accompanied by Slim Dorward on bass and Bob Little on drums. The cover picture was by renowned travel photographer Hubert Sieben
1970 album produced by Peter Dawkins and engineered by Frank Douglas. Cover design by Terence F. Eady.
Jack’s first EP for HMV released in 1960, accompanied by George Campbell (from the Kiwi Concert Party) on bass and Alan Siddall on drums.