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Jimmy Witherspoon • The Blues The Whole Blues and Nothing But The Blues

AllMusic Review
Jimmy Witherspoon was one of the smoothest blues singers to come along in the late 1940s, and his earthy yet elegant style was versatile enough for him to "cross over" into jazz and even rock (in 1971, he co-led an album with the great British blues-rock singer Eric Burdon). THE BLUES, THE WHOLE BLUES... was recorded in England and originally released in 1992.

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1 You Got A Hold Of My Heart
2 It Never Rains But It Pours
3 A Real Bad Day
4 Sooner Or Later
5 Killing Time
6 The Blues, The Whole Blues And Nothing But The Blues
7 Help Me Operator
8 Would Man Be Satisfied
9 Two Sides To Every Story
10 Wake Up Call
11 Think
12 You Ain't Foolin' Me

Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Steve Grainger (tracks: 1, 2, 5, 8, 10, 12)
Drums – Bob Jenkins Jr
Guitar – Gary Shaw
Percussion – Mike Vernon
Piano – Pete Wingfield (tracks: 8, 9, 11)
Piano – John Baggot
Tenor Saxophone – Pete Thomas (2) (tracks: 4, 5, 6, 9, 11)
Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Dick Heckstall-Smith (tracks: 1, 7)
Vocals – Jimmy Witherspoon

Release Date: 1992
Duration: 51:59
Genre: Blues,Jazz
Styles: Jazz Blues, Jump Blues, Regional Blues, Texas Blues, Urban Blues,
Recording Date: January, 1992 - February, 1992

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