Jimmy Witherspoon - Witherspoon At Monterey mp3 album
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James Witherspoon (August 8, 1920 – September 18, 1997) was an American jump blues singer. Witherspoon was born in Gurdon, Arkansas. He first attracted attention singing in Calcutta, India, with Teddy Weatherford's band, which made regular radio broadcasts over the . Armed Forces Radio Service during World War II. Witherspoon made his first records with Jay McShann's band in 1945.
Biography by Bob Porter. 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.
Vocals – Jimmy Witherspoon. Recorded at Monterey Jazz Festival October 2, 1959. Roy Eldridge appears through the courtesy of Verve Records. Woody Herman appears through the courtesy of Atlantic Records.
Jimmy Witherspoon At the Monterey Jazz Festival (Remastered), 2009. Good Rockin' Tonight, 02:28.
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Album · 1960 · 5 Songs. Jimmy Witherspoon - Ain't Nobody's Business. Blue Spoon, Spoon In London.
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|A||Ain't Nobody's Business
Written-By – Witherspoon*
|B||When I Been Drinkin'
Written-By – Witherspoon*
- Recorded At – Monterey Jazz Festival
- Published By – Vogue Records Limited
- Bass – Vernon Alley
- Clarinet – Woody Herman
- Drums – Mel Lewis
- Piano – Earl 'Fatha' Hines*
- Sleeve Notes – Charles Fox
- Tenor Saxophone – Ben Webster, Coleman Hawkins
- Trumpet – Roy Eldridge
- Vocals – Jimmy Witherspoon
NotesHifijazz Records, Hollywood.
© 1961 by Vogue Records, London.
Recording first published 1960.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped in run out on A side): VEP-832-1C
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped in run out on B side): VEP-833-1C
- Matrix / Runout (Printed on Label A side): VEP 832
- Matrix / Runout (Printed on Label B side): VEP 833