Jimmy Rushing Who Was It Sang That Song? (Live)
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by Jimmy Rushing ~ Every Day ~ $16.79
- Released: March 11, 1997
- Originally Released: 1997
- Label: New World Records
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The Jimmy Rushing All Stars: Jimmy Rushing (vocals); Julian Dash (tenor saxophone); Buck Clayton (trumpet); Dickie Wells (trombone); Sir Charles Thompson (piano); Eugene Ramey (bass); Jo Jones (drums).
Recorded live at the Fine Line Recording Studio, New York, New York on October 30, 1967. Includes liner notes by Bill Weilbacher.
Personnel: Jimmy Rushing (vocals); Julian Dash (tenor saxophone); Buck Clayton (trumpet); Dicky Wells (trombone); Sir Charles Thompson (piano); Jo Jones (drums).
Liner Note Author: Bill Weilbacher.
Recording information: Fine Recording Studio, Manhattan, NY (10/30/1967).
Photographer: Katrin Thomas.
Unknown Contributor Role: Jimmy Rushing.
Recorded the same day as the music released on the Master Jazz album Gee Baby, Ain't I Good to You, this is the superior of the two recordings. This CD reissue not only has the original five songs from the LP, but also previously unreleased versions of "Deed I Do," Sir Charles Thompson's "Almost Home" and "Moten Stomp." The classic swing singer Jimmy Rushing is joined by six veterans, including three fellow Basieites: trumpeter Buck Clayton (near the end of his playing career), trombonist Dickie Wells and drummer Jo Jones, plus Julian Dash on tenor, bassist Gene Ramey and pianist Thompson. They jam enthusiastically, if predictably on loose versions of jazz standards including "Baby Won't You Please Come Home," a blues medley, and "All of Me." ~ Scott Yanow
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