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Playlist of Jimmy McCracklin

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    Jimmy McCracklin - Just Got To Know

    3:01

    Art-tone, 1961

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    Jimmy McCracklin - The Walk

    2:49

    Writers: Jimmy McCracklin, Bob Garlic ●
    Releasing date: January 1958; April 1958* ●
    Format: 7 single ●
    Label: Checker Records (#885) [Usa]; London (HL 7035; HLM 8598*) [UK] ●
    B-side: I'm to blame ●
    Chart positions: #5 Billboard R&B chart, #7 Billboard pop chart ●
    Recording: Chess Recording Studios, 2120 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, fall 1957 ●
    Producers: Phil & Leonard Chess ●

    Other versions: The Inmates (1979) ●

    It's not the same song recorded by the following artists: Sawyer Brown (1991); The Cure (1983); Eurythmics (1982); Hanson (2007); Imogen Heap (2005); The Time (1982).

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    Jimmy McCracklin - All the Best

    53:18

    TRACKLIST
    01- Come On 00:11
    02- He Knows The Rules 03:01
    03- Beulah 05:58
    04- Don't Deceive Me 08:02
    05- Gonna Tell Your Mother 11:13
    06- I Did Wrong 13:50
    07- I Found That Woman 15:41
    08- Just Got To Know 18:27
    09- Let's Do It 21:23
    10- Rockin' All Day 24:03
    11- She's Gone 26:50
    12- Susie And Pat 29:35
    13- The Walk 31:55
    14- The Wobble 34:44
    15- What's Your Phone Number 37:00
    16- It's Alright 39:44
    17- Street Loafin' Woman 42:40
    18- Gotta cut out 45:40
    19- My Answer 48:05
    20- Georgia Slop 50:46


    Jimmy McCracklin - All the Best (THE BEST OF POP - FULL ALBUM)
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    Jimmy McCracklin (August 13, 1921 – December 20, 2012) was an American pianist, vocalist, and songwriter. His style contained West Coast blues, Jump blues, and R&B


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    Jimmy McCracklin - think

    2:24

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    Jimmy McCracklin - These Boots Are Made For Walkin

    2:37

    JIMMY McCRACKLIN - THESE BOOTS ARE MADE FOR WALKIN' - THE NEW SOUL OF JIMMY McCRACKLIN (1966)

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    Jimmy McCracklin - Rockin All Day

    2:48

    Modern Records 1950 B/W Just Won't Let Her Go

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    Jimmy McCracklin

    7:07

    Jimmy McCracklin with the Austin de Lone All Star Band. reharsals for Porretta Soul Festival , Corte Madera, California June, 16, 2007. You're Gonna Make Me Cry. Jimmy McCracklin, vocals: Su McCracklin & Maureen Smith, bkg vocals; Austin de Lone, Keys; Steve Ehrmann, bass; Danny Caron, guitar; Ron E. Beck, drums; Charles McNeal, tenor; Alex Budman, baritone; Paul Hollywood Litteral, trumpet; Joel Behrman, trombone.

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    Jimmy McCracklin - Ill See It Through

    2:32

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    Jimmy McCracklin & Ry Cooder The Walk

    8:53

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    Jimmy McCracklin - Every Night, Every day

    2:41

    Imperial, 1963

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    Jimmy McCracklin - The Walk - 1958

    2:48

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    After Hours - Jimmy McCracklin, Ry Cooder and Wayne Bennett

    8:24

    Jimmy McCracklin goes to his roots and plays piano, while Ry Cooder plays guitar, and Wayne Bennett plays some soul music. After Hours is the name of the song.

    Live at the Sweetwater Tavern, Mill Valley, California.

    I did the FOH and monitors, stage managed and recorded.

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    JIMMY McCRACKLIN Youre The One 78 1956

    2:56

    For Irma......

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    Jimmy McCracklin - Lets Do It .wmv

    2:45

    I DO NOT OWN THE RIGHTS TO THE PICTURE OR TRACK

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    Jimmy McCracklin - I Finally Got You From Yesterday is Gone

    2:38

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    Jimmy McCracklin - Trottin

    2:27

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    Jimmy McCracklin - She Felt Too Good

    2:59

    backed with ''Share And Share Alike'' issued on Peacock Records in 1953

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    Jimmy McCracklin - The Wobble.wmv

    2:22

    I DO NOT OWN THE RIGHTS TO THE PICTURE OR TRACK

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    JIMMY McCRACKLIN CHRISTMAS TIME - Part 1 & Part 2

    4:36

    CHRISTMAS TIME - Part 1 & Part 2 by Jimmy McCracklin, circa 1961.

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    Jimmy McCracklin My Answer

    4:14

    Jimmy McCracklin, Ron Levy (organ), Bobby Forte (sax) & 'Pee Wee' (guitar) along with South Central Rhythm and the McCracklettes give Jimmy's answer to this woman's question, he's singing about.

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    The Walk by Jimmy McCracklin

    2:45

    Music from ForDooWop.com ( DooWop )

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    JIMMY McCRACKLIN - THINK

    2:27

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    Jimmy McCracklin.mp4

    2:59

    Jimmy McCracklin, Porretta Soul Festival 2007 Think

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    Jimmy McCracklin - Think

    2:28

    Record released in 1965.

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    Jimmy McCracklin - Yesterday Is Gone

    4:57

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    Jimmy McCracklin Street Loafin Woman

    3:00

    I do not own the copyright to this recording. This video is for historical and educational purposes only.

    Composed by Jimmy McCracklin

    Jimmy McCracklin:Vocals

    Jimmy Nichols (J.D. Nicholson):Piano

    Recorded in Los Angeles, CA. Summer 1945

    Originally issued on the 1945 singles (Globe 109) & (Preview 107) (78 RPM)

    This recording taken from the 1999 CD West Coast Down Home Blues (U.K.)

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    Sorry Jimmy McCracklin .

    2:34

    Sorry Jimmy McCracklin .

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    The Wobble

    2:19

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    The Wobble (Mercury 71412) · Jimmy McCracklin

    R & B Humdingers Volume 12

    ℗ 2012 Vee-Tone Records

    Released on: 2012-04-16

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Jimmy McCracklin Love When It Rains

    2:36

    I do not own the copyright to this recording. This video is for historical and educational purposes only.

    Composed by Alexander & McCracklin

    Jimmy McCracklin:Vocals & Piano

    Robert Kelton:Guitar

    Joe Toussaint:Bass

    Little Red:Drums

    Recorded in Oakland, CA. August, 1949

    Originally issued on the 1951 single (RPM 317) (78 & 45 RPM)

    This recording taken from the 2014 2-album set The RPM Blues Story (One Day Music 2CD 257) (CD)

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    Jimmy McCracklin Blues For The People

    2:17

    I do not own the copyright to this recording. This video is for historical and educational purposes only.

    a/k/a Melancholy Evening Composed by Jimmy McCracklin

    Jimmy McCracklin:Piano

    Lafayette Thomas:Guitar

    Joe Conwright:Alto Sax

    Charles Sutter:Tenor Sax

    Joe Toussaint:Bass

    San Francisco Jeffers:Drums

    Recorded in Los Angeles, CA. c. January, 1951

    Originally issued on and this recording taken from the 1952 single (Swing Time 286) (78 RPM)

    Note:Reissued on the 1955 single (Hollywood 1025) (78 & 45 RPM)

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    Jimmy McCracklin - The Walk

    2:49

    The Walk by Jimmy McCracklin from the album 100 Rhythm & Blues Classics
    Released 2017-10-27 on Not Now Music
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    The Rhythm & Blues genre (better known as R&B) grew out of the vibrant music that could be heard in African-American churches in the Deep South. Many of the artists featured on this comprehensive 100 track collection began their musical odyssey either singing in church, or getting excited by the call and respond exchanges between choir and congregation. The journey from gospel to soul to R&B was short, but eventful. Enjoy this superb compilation featuring Ray Charles, Etta James, Irma Thomas, Buster Brown and many more...
    © 2017 Not Now Music
    ℗ 2017 Not Now Music

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    Jimmy McCracklin & West Coast Blues Summit - Help the Bear.wmv

    3:38

    Jimmy McCracklin, Smokey Wilson, Larry Davis & Lowell Fulson backed up Ron Levy on piano & Bobby Forte on sax & South Central Rhythm & the Homeboy Horns from Jimmy's A Taste of the Blues album on Bullseye. A Levtron Production

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    Jimmy McCracklin - Arkansas

    4:43

    Jimmy McCracklin – “Arkansas” (1965)

    Jimmy McCracklin was born in Helena, Arkansas in 1921 and spent most of his childhood in St. Louis. Many consider him the godfather of the West Coast Blues, he moved to L.A. in the ‘40s, and a pioneer of the R&B sound. He reached national fame in 1957 with his hit “The Walk,” appearing on American Bandstand. McCraklin has been recording since 1945, longer than any other living blues piano player according to the Blues Hall of Fame.

    “Arkansas” was released as a promo 45 in 1965 and garnered a “Pick-of-the-Week” from Billboard on July 24, reaching No. 132 on the charts. “Arkansas here I come,” McCracklin sings “I’m goin’ back to the country where I got my start, I tried the big city and its too hard.” Like Broonzy, McCracklin sings about a better life in his home state, “If I can’t live independent then why live like a bum? I can eat fresh meat every day in the week, I’ll kill a hog or chicken, or catch me a fish.”

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    Jimmy McCracklin, My Answer

    2:42

    Reached #11 on the Billboard R&B charts.

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    Good Old Days - Jimmy McCracklin

    4:47

    Finger poppin' time

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    Jimmy McCracklin - The Drag - R&B.wmv

    2:37

    Jimmy McCracklin - The Drag - R&B

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    Jimmy McCracklin - Susie And Pat

    3:39

    fliped with ''Don't Deceive'' issued on Geddinson's Records in 1961
    This is a different version as the one issued on Art-Tone Records. The swinging arrangements sounding like it was recorded nearly 10 years earlier.

    Formerly issued on Gedinson's 6124 in 1959 ???

    I put a weight on the label to force the vinyl down due to a warp which makes my needle go wild.

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    Jimmy McCracklin & his Blues Blasters Its Alright

    2:57

    I do not own the copyright to this recording. This video is for historical and educational purposes only.

    Jimmy McCracklin:Vocals, Harmonica & Piano

    Lafayette Thomas:Guitar

    Other musicians unknown

    Recorded in Oakland, CA. 1955

    Originally issued on the 1956 single (Hollywood 1054) (78 & 45 RPM)

    This recording taken from the 1994 album Blues All Ways (Drive Archive DE2-41045) (CD)

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    Jimmy McCracklin - Everybody Rock

    2:15

    Everybody Rock was relkeased on Checker 893 in 1958. This one's a classic. I hope you like it. Please feel free to comment.

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    Jimmy McCracklin - Georgia Slop.wmv

    2:27

    I DO NOT OWN THE RIGHTS TO THE PICTURE OR TRACK

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    Jimmy McCracklin - Yesterday Is Gone From Yesterday is Gone

    4:17

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    Jimmy McCracklin, Irma Thomas, Ron Levy Tomorrow

    4:18

    A soulful duet by the R&B Pioneer Jimmy McCracklin & the Soul Queen of New Orleans, Irma Thomas, from the My Story album, a Levtron Production. Lev on keys.

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    Boogie On Down by Jimmy McCracklin

    3:46

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    Jimmy McCracklin Miss Minnie Lee Blues

    2:52

    I do not own the copyright to this recording. This video is for historical and educational purposes only.

    Composed by Jimmy McCracklin

    Jimmy McCracklin:Vocals & Piano

    Unknown:Bass

    Little Red:Drums

    Recorded in Oakland, CA. 1948

    Originally issued on the 1948 single (Trilon 197) (78 RPM)

    This recording taken from the 1979 album Jimmy McCracklin & his Blues Blasters:Rockin' Man (Route 66 KIX-12) (LP)

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    JIMMY MCCRACKLIN - WHATS THAT

    2:39

    I do not claim to own any copyright on audio in this upload. The sound on these videos is recorded directly from my scratchy old vinyl 45s and presented here to share my love of this vintage music with like-minded music fans. I do not own the copyright to this recording. This video is for historical and educational purposes.
    Enjoy!
    Thanks for listening,
    TheMonobaby.

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    Jimmy McCracklin - Christmas Time.wmv

    2:22

    - Regular tunes, plus news links and suggestions covering good music from reggae to hillbilly boogie, with some exclusive posts from Mark Lamarr

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    Jimmy McCracklin - Stay Away From That Monkey From Yesterday is Gone

    4:00

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    JIMMY McCRACKLIN - THE WOBBLE Mercury 71412 1959

    2:16

    (Jimmy McCracklin)
    Actual Music BMI
    Matrix Number: MSIV YWM-16512-4

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    Jimmy McCracklin - Like My Mamma From Yesterday is Gone

    5:30

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    Jimmy McCracklin - Whats That .

    2:41

    Jimmy McCracklin - Whats That (Pt 1).Fantastic R&B dancer on Mercury Records.

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