9 thoughts on “ Goin To Kansas City - Jimmy Witherspoon - Jimmy Witherspoon (CD)

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  4. Jan 06,  · Jimmy Witherspoon's first full-length album as a leader is a knock-out! Like all great albums, this date benefits from a confluence of all the right ingredients. The material leans heavily toward immortal Kansas City tunes, made famous by Andy Kirk's Clouds Of Joy with Mary Lou Williams, Joe Turner and Pete Johnson and Jay McShann's band.
  5. Jimmy Witherspoon With Jay McShann And His Band* Jimmy Witherspoon With Jay McShann And His Band* - Goin' To Kansas City Blues ‎ (CD, Album, RE, RM) Mosaic Records (2) MCD US: Sell This Version.
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  8. Goin' to Kansas City Blues is an album by vocalist Jimmy Witherspoon with pianist Jay McShann and His Band that was recorded in and released by the RCA Victor label. [1] Contents.
  9. This is right up there with Big Joe Turner's "boss of the blues" for best album of Kansas City blues. Wonderful, relaxed KC swing with Jimmy in fine form and Jay McShann's fine support. They revisit some of Jay's early 40's big band sides like "jumping the blues", and some other standards like the Andy Kirk hit,"Until the real thing comes along".5/5(1).

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