Jimmy Rushing is considered by many jazz critics and historians to be the greatest blues singer of his generation. From 1935 to the late 1940s he was the star vocalist with Count Basie and his Orchestra. The first 20 tracks of this compilation cover this period and include big hits such as, "Goin' To Chicago Blues", "Jimmy's Blues" and "Rusty Dusty Blues". Jimmy Rushing's powerful voice could hold it's own over the powerful riffing of horn sections in any big band setting and he went on to front other groups including Johnny Otis and Jimmy Mundy as the last 4 tracks of this set attest.
Jimmy Rushing is considered by many jazz critics and historians to be the greatest blues singer of his generation. From 1935 to the late 1940s he was the star vocalist with Count Basie and his Orchestra. The first 20 tracks of this compilation cover this period and include big hits such as, "Goin' To Chicago Blues", "Jimmy's Blues" and "Rusty Dusty Blues". Jimmy Rushing's powerful voice could hold it's own over the powerful riffing of horn sections in any big band setting and he went on to front other groups including Johnny Otis and Jimmy Mundy as the last 4 tracks of this set attest.
604988271027

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Format: CD
Label: JSMR
Rel. Date: 01/22/2021
UPC: 604988271027

Do You Wanna Jump, Children? 1937-1946
Artist: Jimmy Rushing
Format: CD
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1. Boogie Woogie (I May Be Wrong)
2. Blues In The Dark
3. The Blues I Like To Hear
4. Do You Wanna Jump, Children?
5. You Can Depend On Me
6. Evil Blues
7. Baby Don't Tell On Me
8. How Long Blues
9. I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me
10. I Left My Baby
11. It's The Same Old South
12. Undecided Blues
13. Goin' To Chicago Blues
14. I'm Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town
15. Rusty Dusty Blues
16. Lost The Blackout Blues
17. Gee, Baby Ain't I Good To You
18. Jimmy's Blues
19. Take Me Back, Baby
20. Harvard Blues
21. Jimmy's `Round The Clock Blues
22. My Baby's Business
23. Thursday Blues
24. Good Morning Blues

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Jimmy Rushing is considered by many jazz critics and historians to be the greatest blues singer of his generation. From 1935 to the late 1940s he was the star vocalist with Count Basie and his Orchestra. The first 20 tracks of this compilation cover this period and include big hits such as, "Goin' To Chicago Blues", "Jimmy's Blues" and "Rusty Dusty Blues". Jimmy Rushing's powerful voice could hold it's own over the powerful riffing of horn sections in any big band setting and he went on to front other groups including Johnny Otis and Jimmy Mundy as the last 4 tracks of this set attest.