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Jimmy Rushing - The Chronological Jimmy Rushing 1946-1953 flac album

Jimmy Rushing - The Chronological Jimmy Rushing 1946-1953 flac album

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Performer: Jimmy Rushing
Title: The Chronological Jimmy Rushing 1946-1953
Released: 2004
Style: Big Band, Vocal, Jump Blues
Category: Jazz / Blues
Rating: 4.3 ✦
Other format: MP4 AUD APE DTS MPC TTA AC3

Tracks 1 to 4 recorded in Los Angeles, 1946. Tracks 1 & 2 released on Excelsior 502; tracks 3 & 4 released on Excelsior 503. Tracks 5 to 8 recorded in New York, Spring 1950. Tracks 5 & 6 released on Gotham 230; tracks 7 & 8 released on Gotham 247. Tracks 9 to 12 recorded in New York, October 5, 1951. Tracks 9 & 11 released on King 4502; tracks 10 & 12 released on King 4564. Tracks 13 to 16 recorded in New York, September 23, 1952. Tracks 13 & 15 released on King 4588; tracks 14 & 16 released on King 4606.

James Andrew Rushing (August 26, 1901 – June 8, 1972) was an American blues shouter, balladeer, swing jazz singer, and pianist from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, best known as the featured vocalist of Count Basie's Orchestra from 1935 to 1948. Rushing was known as "Mr. Five by Five" and was the subject of an eponymous 1942 popular song that was a hit for Harry James and others; the lyrics describe Rushing's rotund build: "he's five feet tall and he's five feet wide"

Jimmy rushing - 1946-1953. Boxset, Compilation · 2004. Filed under Jazz Related Blues By JIMMY RUSHING.

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Album · 2004 · 20 Songs. 1946-1953 Jimmy Rushing. Listen on Apple Music.

James Andrew Rushing (August 26, 1901 – June 8, 1972), known as Jimmy Rushing, was an American blues shouter and swing jazz singer from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States, best known as the featured vocalist of Count Basie's Orchestra from 1935 to 1948.

Jimmy Rushing - I Gotta Have You That's All 02:57. Jimmy Rushing - I Want a Little Girl 03:07. Jimmy Rushing - Lotsa Poppa 02:36. Jimmy Rushing - Fool's Blues 02:34. Jimmy Rushing - Hey Miss Bessie 02:26. Jimmy Rushing - Ain't It Lonesome 03:08.

Tracklist

1 Jimmy Rushing Accomp. By Jimmy Mundy Orchestra Thursday Blues 2:46
2 Jimmy Rushing Accomp. By Jimmy Mundy Orchestra Good Mornin' Blues 3:09
3 Jimmy Rushing Accomp. By Jimmy Mundy Orchestra I Gotta Have You That's All 2:55
4 Jimmy Rushing Accomp. By Jimmy Mundy Orchestra I-Want-A-Little-Girl 3:05
5 Jimmy Rushing Lotsa Poppa 2:34
6 Jimmy Rushing Fool's Blues 2:31
7 Jimmy Rushing Hey Miss Bessie 2:24
8 Jimmy Rushing Ain't It Lonesome 3:06
9 Jimmy Rushing I'm So Lonely 2:41
10 Jimmy Rushing Go Get Some More You Fool 3:01
11 Jimmy Rushing Hi-Ho Sylvester 2:21
12 Jimmy Rushing The Way I Feel 2:59
13 Jimmy Rushing In The Moonlight 2:27
14 Jimmy Rushing She's Mine, She's Yours 2:12
15 Jimmy Rushing Where Were You? 2:47
16 Jimmy Rushing Somebody's Spoiling These Women 2:42
17 Jimmy Rushing With Frank Culley And Band* Mr. Five By Five 2:46
18 Jimmy Rushing With Frank Culley And Band* Lonesome Daddy Blues 2:43
19 Jimmy Rushing With Frank Culley And Band* Clothes Pin Blues 3:07
20 Jimmy Rushing With Frank Culley And Band* Wigglin' Blues 2:07

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Classics Records
  • Pressed By – MPO
  • Distributed By – Mélodie Distribution

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone – Pete Clark (tracks: 13 to 16), Preston Love (tracks: 1 to 4), Rudy Powell (tracks: 5 to 12)
  • Baritone Saxophone – Jack Washington (tracks: 1 to 4), Rudy Powell (tracks: 5 to 8)
  • Bass – Walter Page (tracks: 1 to 16)
  • Drums – Bobby Donaldson (tracks: 13 to 16), Jo Jones (tracks: 1 to 8), Ralph Jones (tracks: 9 to 12)
  • Guitar – Freddie Green (tracks: 1 to 4), Jimmy Shirley (tracks: 13 to 16)
  • Liner Notes – Dave Penny
  • Photography By [Back Picture] – Jacques Morgantini
  • Photography By [Front Photo] – Jazz Magazine
  • Piano – Al Williams (tracks: 9 to 12), Bill Doggett (tracks: 5 to 8), Call Cobbs (tracks: 1 to 4), Fletcher Smith (tracks: 13 to 16)
  • Tenor Saxophone – Buddy Tate (tracks: 1 to 8, 13 to 16), Harold Clark (tracks: 9 to 12)
  • Tenor Saxophone, Piano, Guitar, Bass, Drums – Frank Culley And Band* (tracks: 17 to 20)
  • Trombone – Dickie Wells (tracks: 9 to 16), George Matthews (tracks: 1 to 4), Vic Dickenson (tracks: 5 to 8)
  • Trumpet – Dick Vance (tracks: 9 to 12), Emmett Berry (tracks: 1 to 8), Frank Galbreath* (tracks: 13 to 16), Harry Edison (tracks: 1 to 4)
  • Vocals – Jimmy Rushing

Notes

Vocal with Orchestra.

Made in France and released in jewel case with booklet (8 pp.). Artists according to booklet.

Tracks 1 to 4 recorded in Los Angeles, 1946.
Tracks 1 & 2 released on Excelsior 502; tracks 3 & 4 released on Excelsior 503.

Tracks 5 to 8 recorded in New York, Spring 1950.
Tracks 5 & 6 released on Gotham 230; tracks 7 & 8 released on Gotham 247.

Tracks 9 to 12 recorded in New York, October 5, 1951.
Tracks 9 & 11 released on King 4502; tracks 10 & 12 released on King 4564.

Tracks 13 to 16 recorded in New York, September 23, 1952.
Tracks 13 & 15 released on King 4588; tracks 14 & 16 released on King 4606.

Tracks 17 to 20 recorded in Chicago, December 27, 1953.
= Recording session of Parrot - matrix numbers 10616, 10617, 10618, & 10619.
Tracks 17 & 19 released on Parrot 797; tracks 18 & 20 finally released on Chess 412 (LP) - Various - Shoutin' Swingin' & Makin' Love.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 3307510508529
  • Barcode (Printed): 3 307510 508529
  • Matrix / Runout: 5085 @ 01
  • Other (CD - outer ring; placed behind Mastering SID Code): 12/12/03 12:37:54
  • Other (CD - outer ring - MPO with logo): MPO
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L039
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 1202
  • Rights Society: SACEM
  • Distribution Code: DK 003
  • SPARS Code: A.A.D.