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Louis Speiginer's Orchestra ,Vocal Jimmy Witherspoon - Cain River Blues / Album

Louis Speiginer's Orchestra ,Vocal Jimmy Witherspoon - Cain River Blues / Album

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Interprète: Louis Speiginer's Orchestra ,Vocal Jimmy Witherspoon
Titre: Cain River Blues /
Category: Autres
Classement: 4.9
Label: Supreme

Album

Cain River Blues - Jimmy Witherspoon. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Watch the video for Cain River Blues from Jimmy Witherspoon's Jay Mcshann Meets Jimmy Witherspoon for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. From The Album. Play album. Jay Mcshann Meets Jimmy Witherspoon. James John Jimmy Witherspoon, also known by the nickname Spoon , was a versatile blues shouter who achieved commercial success and critical acclaim in the genres of blues, jazz, and rhythm and blues. His 1947 recording Aint Nobodys Business was a hit in 1949 and became his signature song. Jimmy Witherspoon - Cain River Blues. On this page you can download song Jimmy Witherspoon - Cain River Blues in mp3 and listen online. Jazz Blues. Jimmy Witherspoon. Cold Blooded Boogie. Jimmy Witherspoon: все альбомы, включая Blues Vol. 3: Jimmy Witherspoon , Guitar Town Music , Jimmy Witherspoon: Goin' to Kansas City Blues with Jay McShann and his Band и другие. Jimmy Witherspoon, Wilbur de Paris and His Orchestra. 1960 Mono Version. Guitar Town Music. Jimmy Witherspoon: Goin' to Kansas City Blues with Jay McShann and his Band. Louis Blues. Jimmy Witherspoon, Slowburner. 2010 Original. Spoon sings the blues - Jay McShann, Jimmy Witherspoon. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. 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. The reissued album led the organizers of the 1959 Monterey Jazz Festival to include. The original Sings the Blues LP, recorded by Witherspoon for Crown in 1960, ended up being one of those discographers' nightmares. Two different versions of the LP, Crown CST 215 and Crown 215 X, were released, each of them with songs not on the other, and its year of release has been listed incorrectly by major record guides. Spoon Sings the Blues 1946-1950 - Jay McShann, Jimmy Witherspoon