Jimmy Scott - Doesn't Love Mean More mp3 album
James Victor Scott (July 17, 1925 – June 12, 2014), known professionally as Little Jimmy Scott or Jimmy Scott, was an American jazz vocalist known for his high countertenor voice and his sensitivity on ballads and love songs. After success in the 1940s and 1950s, Scott's career faltered in the early 1960s. He slid into obscurity before a comeback in the 1990s
Album · 2002 · 16 Songs. Timeless: Jimmy Scott Jimmy Scott. Listen on Apple Music. I'm Through With Love. 13. Street of Dreams. 14. Very Truly Yours.
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About Sycamore Trees. Sycamore Trees is a jazz ballad written by David Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti and performed by the legendary vocalist Jimmy Scott for the Season 2 finale of Twin Peaks. Scott was featured in the episode performing the song. It was featured on the soundtrack to the TV series' feature film prequel Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me despite being heard only briefly onscreen and as an instrumental.
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But Beautiful, Scott's third album for Milestone (and seventh since his comeback in the early '90s - not bad for a man who once went 15 years between sessions), is cut from the same cloth as his previous sets for the label, Mood Indigo and Over the Rainbow.
Jimmy Scott has more pain and prettiness in his voice than any singer anywhere. When Scott died on June 12th, he left an extraordinary legacy of both broken dreams and artistic fulfillment. He triumphed, he fell and ultimately he triumphed again. Jimmy Scott, Jazz Singer and ‘Twin Peaks’ Star, Dead at 88. At 25 he was singing with the wildly popular Lionel Hampton band billed as Little Jimmy Scott. While I was scatting, Jimmy was singing these desperate love songs with such depth of feeling women would openly weep. No wonder he was adored by Billie Holiday, Dinah Washington, Big Maybelle – and me. Later on, Nancy Wilson modeled her career on his style. I loved his style, said Marvin Gaye, as did all the early do-woppers like Harvey Fuqua and his Moonglows. Certain singers – take Johnnie Ray with his big hit ‘Cry’ – openly copied him.
|1||–Little Jimmy Scott*||Portrait Of Family|
|2||–Jimmy Scott||How Can I Tell You|
|3||–Jimmy Scott||To Say I Love You|
|4||–Jimmy Scott||Blues For Little 'J'|
|5||–Jimmy Scott||Another Side of Me|
|6||–Jimmy Scott||I'll Love You Just The Same|
|7||–Jimmy Scott||You Were Right Next Door|
|9||–Jimmy Scott||Doesn't Love Mean More|
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- Acoustic Bass – Hilliard Greene
- Drums – Brian Kirk
- Piano – Ken-Ichi Shimazu
- Tenor Saxophone – Alvin Flythe, Jr.
- Vocals – Jimmy Scott
Notes& The Jazz Expressions
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- Barcode: 4988008562439
- Other: IFPI L275
- Other: IFPI 4512
- Matrix / Runout: TKCB-72029 1
|JVCD 001||Jimmy Scott||Doesn't Love Mean More (CD, Album)||J's Way Records||JVCD 001||US||1990|
|JV001||Jimmy Scott & The Jazz Expressions||Jimmy Scott & The Jazz Expressions - Doesn't Love Mean More (LP, Album)||J's Way Records||JV001||US||1990|
|JV001||Jimmy Scott||Doesn't Love Mean More (LP, Album, TP)||J's Way Records||JV001||US||1990|