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Jimmy Witherspoon - Singin' The Blues (2009)

30-05-2014, 14:29
Jazz | Blues

Jimmy Witherspoon - Singin' The Blues (2009)

Artist: Jimmy Witherspoon
Title Of Album:
Year Of Release:
Label: Jazz Beat / Disconforme
Genre: Blues, Jazz, Jump Blues
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 01:12:41
Total Size: 186 Mb


01. S. K. Blues (2:50)
02. When I've Been Drinkin' (3:39)
03. Then The Lights Go Out (3:01)
04. All That's Good (3:03)
05. Spoon's Blues (2:27)
06. It Ain't What You Are Thinkin' (3:27)
07. 'tain't Nobody's Business (2:25)
08. Wee Baby Blues (3:20)
09. Times Are Changing (3:00)
10. Sweet's Blues (5:19)
11. There's Good Rockin' Tonight (4:14)
12. Midnight Blues (5:17)

Bonus Tracks:
13. Goin' To Chicago Blues (4:00)
14. In Blues (3:35)
15. Gee Baby Ain't I Good To You (2:33)
16. Loser's Blues (2:16)
17. Life's Highway (2:28)
18. Cry The Blues (2:27)
19. Wee Wee Baby (Out Blues) (2:09)
20. Coming Home (3:08)
21. Spoon' Beep Blues (5:13)
22. Elmira (2:53)

"Jimmy Witherspoon is heard in superior form throughout the two Pacific Jazz sessions included here. Produced by David Axelrod with fine backup and short solos from either Harry "Sweets" Edison (in top form) or Gerald Wilson on trumpet, both Teddy Edwards and Jimmy Allen on tenors, Henry McDode or Hampton Hawes on piano, rhythm guitarist Herman Mitchell, bassist Jimmy Hamilton and drummer Jimmy Miller, Spoon digs into such numbers as "When I've Been Drinkin'," "Then the Lights Go Out," "There's Good Rockin' Tonight" and a remake of his big hit "'Tain't Nobody's Business." The closing "Midnight Blues" is an instrumental, giving the band a chance to stretch out a bit. Recommended."

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