Jimmy Rushing Gee, Baby, Ain't I Good to You [New World]

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  • Released:
  • Originally Released: 1999
  • Label: New World Records

Tracks:

  • Buy for $0.991.Gee, Baby, Ain't I Good To You
  • Buy for $0.992.MJR Blues
  • Buy for $0.993.Tricks Ain't Walkin' No More
  • Buy for $0.994.St. James Infirmary
  • Buy for $0.995.One O'Clock Jump
  • Buy for $0.996.Who's Sorry Now
  • Buy for $0.997.These Foolish Things
  • Buy for $0.998.I Ain't Got Nobody
  • Buy for $0.999.Good Morning Blues
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Product Description:

Jimmy Rushing All Stars: Jimmy Rushing (vocals, piano); Julian Dash (tenor saxophone); Buck Clayton (trumpet); Dickie Wells (trombone); Sir Charles Thompson (piano); Gene Ramey (bass); Jo Jones (drums).
Recorded live at the Fine Line Recording Studio, New York, New York on October 30, 1967. All material except "Tricks Ain't Walkin' No More," "One O'Clock Jump," and "I Ain't Got Nobody" originally released on Master Jazz LP 8104. Includes liner notes by Bill Weilbacher and Don Kanter.
Personnel: Jimmy Rushing (vocals, piano); Julian Dash (tenor saxophone); Buck Clayton (trumpet); Dicky Wells (trombone); Sir Charles Thompson (piano); Jo Jones (drums).
Liner Note Authors: Bill Weilbacher; Don Kanter.
Recording information: 10/30/1967.
This is a decent session that, considering the lineup, does not live up to its potential. At what was essentially a jazz party held in a recording studio, the musicians (trumpeter Buck Clayton, trombonist Dicky Wells, tenor saxophonist Julian Dash, pianist Sir Charles Thompson, bassist Gene Ramey, and drummer Jo Jones) are all veterans of the famous series of Buck Clayton jam sessions held in the 1950s and, along with singer Jimmy Rushing, the majority are alumni of the Count Basie Orchestra. The problem is that their rendition of the blues and swing standards are often quite loose; there is a generous amount of missteps; and, although Clayton is heroic under the circumstances (this was one of his final recordings before ill health caused his retirement), most of the musicians would have benefited from running through the songs an additional time. It's recommended only to completists. ~ Scott Yanow

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  • Sales Rank: 121,853
  • UPC: 093228053026
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