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  1. Dalkis Reply

    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Jimmy Witherspoon Meets the Jazz Giants - Jimmy Witherspoon on AllMusic -

  2. Nakus Reply

    Jimmy Witherspoon was a tough blues singer. He could also turn his vocals to Jazz. He started with a 'shouting' reputation that had him in comparison with Joe Turner. These four albums are as follows: 1) Goin' To Kansas City Blues Jimmy states that he has to sing through Walter Brown's nose to sound authentic. This falls short of his standard/5(10).

  3. Zulkizahn Reply

    This essential LP edition includes the blues giant’s sensational live album, "At The Monterey Jazz Festival",which was originally released in on the HiFi Jazz label. This long play is filled with superb tracks featuring tremendous solos and great accompaniment by Coleman Hawkins, Ben Webster, Roy Eldridge, Woody Herman and Earl Hines.

  4. Tura Reply

    Witherspoon's style of blues—that of the "blues shouter"—became unfashionable in the mids, but he returned to popularity with his album Jimmy Witherspoon at the Monterey Jazz Festival, which features Roy Eldridge, Woody Herman, Ben Webster, Coleman Hawkins, Earl Hines and Mel Lewis, among others.

  5. Ferr Reply

    Released in on Everest (catalog no. FS; Vinyl LP). Featured peformers: Woody Herman (clarinet), Mel Lewis (drums), Earl Hines (piano), Ben Webster (tenor saxophone), Coleman Hawkins (tenor saxophone), Roy Eldridge (trumpet), Jimmy Witherspoon (vocals).

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    Jimmy Witherspoon, Coleman Hawkins, Earl "Fartha" Hines*, Mel Lewis, Woody Herman, Roy Eldridge, Ben Webster - Monterey Jazz Festival ‎ (LP, Album, Mono, Promo) Jazz /5(3).

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    Find Jimmy Witherspoon discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Album Label AllMusic Rating User Ratings ; Jimmy Witherspoon at the Monterey Jazz Festival: Vinyl Lovers Spoon: Collectables There's Good Rockin' Tonight: World Pacific Hey, Mrs. Jones: Collectables ().

  8. Fejas Reply

    However, Witherspoon's appearance at the Monterey Jazz Festival restarted his career and exposed him to a new generation of record-buying fans. 'Feelin' The Spirit', released in , hoped to capitalize on Witherspoon's newfound popularity (particularly with white audiences) by bringing traditional African-American spirituals into the.

  9. Zukazahn Reply

    Feelin The Spirit / At The Monterey Jazz Festival Vinyl LP () (Import) $ Jimmy Witherspoon CD discography Interestingly, Witherspoon chose the popular Randy Van Horne Singers (theme songs to the Flintstones and the Jetsons cartoons) to sing backing vocals on 'Feelin' The Spirit'.

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