Singin' the Blues is a 1956 album by Jimmy Witherspoon. Witherspoon's session band included Harry Edison and Gerald Wilson on trumpet, Teddy Edwards and Jimmy Allen on tenor sax, Henry McDode and Hampton Hawes on piano, Herman Mitchell on rhythm guitar, Jimmy Hamilton on bass and Jimmy Miller on drums. The album was recorded for and released by Rip Records in 1956, and re-released in 1958 by World Pacific Records.
Jimmy Witherspoon: все альбомы, включая At The Monterey Jazz Festival, No Rollin' Blues, The 'Spoon Concerts и другие. 2009 Wilbur deParis And Jimmy Witherspoon - Wilbur deParis And Jimmy Witherspoon Sings New Orleans Blues. 1959 Monterey Jazz Festival.
Jimmy Witherspoon - Evenin' Blues (1963). Songs in album Jimmy Witherspoon - Evenin' Blues (1963). 1. Money's Gettin' Cheaper.
He crossed over into rock, jazz, and R&B territory, but his deep, mellow voice rendered him a fine blues singer. Jimmy Witherspoon &. immy Witherspoon. Jimmy Witherspoon at t. See Full Discography.
Blues master Jimmy Witherspoon was born August 8, 1920, Gurdon, Ark. and past on September 18, 1997, Los Angeles, Ca. For over 5 decades he was among the greatest blues singers. You know, there are a lot of guys who shout the blues and a lot who belt the blues, but Jimmy Witherspoon is different. He is a blues singer. Charlie MusselwhiteJimmy Witherspoon - Vocalswith Johnny Pate & His Orchestra and Charlie Musselwhite - Harmonica Harvey Mandel & Danny Kalb - Guitar Jack McDuff & Barry Goldberg – Organ. Tracklist: 01. Evening (3:13 ) 02.
Jimmy Witherspoon was a Blues Shouter in the Kansas City tradition, but his versatility gave him the chance to excel in other settings, notably with jazz and swing bands as well as in soulful and funky styles. The set was captured on a live album and Jimmy’s career was reborn as the jazziest Blues singer around. Jimmy Witherspoon Discography. This CD has Spoon’s groundbreaking appearance at the Monterey Festival in 1959 and another smokin’ concert later that year. Packed with the finest side-men, both live albums presented here were big hits at the time.
Strona Główna Blues Jimmy Witherspoon Jimmy Witherspoon – The Blues Singer (1969). Jimmy Witherspoon – The Blues Singer (1969). In 1963 Spoon recorded "Evenin' Blues" with T-Bone Walker and in 1968 recorded "The Blues is Now" with his brother, organist Jack McDuff. The 70's Spoon met Robben Ford and brought him to the attention of Spoon's management firm, the same team that handled Eric Burdon and War at the time, Spoon sang on the 1971 Eric Burdon album "Guilty", and toured with Burdon. He made records for labels like Blue Note and Fantasy. He cut a remarkable 1986 album "Midnight Lady Called The Blues", written and produced by Dr. John and Doc Pomus. He re-teamed with guitarist Robben Ford in the early 90s for "Live At The Notodden Blues Festival", and cut a 1992 album "The Blues, The Whole Blues and Nothin' But The Blues" for Indigo Records.
Big Blues is an album featuring Jimmy Witherspoon supported by a band of British jazz musicians. It was originally released in 1981, and was subsequently rereleased in 1997, the year Witherspoon died. Midnite Jazz & Blues: Kansas City released: 2000. Charly Blues Masterworks, Volume 25: Rockin' With Spoon released: 1999. Jazz Me Blues: The Best of Jimmy Witherspoon released: 1998. Love Is a Five Letter Word released: 1998. Guilty! released: 1996.