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    Jimmy Witherspoon - Cold, Cold Feeling

    5:46

    Album: Spoon's Life, Buy: Lyrics: I've got a cold, cold feelin'; it's just like ice around my heart
    I've got a cold, cold feelin'; it's just like ice around my heart
    I know I'm gonna' quit somebody, every time that, feelin' starts

    You treat me like a prisoner, because my hands are tied
    Everything you do to me, is stackin' up inside

    It's a cold, cold feelin' yeah, you're just like ice around my heart
    I know I'm gonna' quit somebody, every time that, feelin' starts

    There's a change in me baby, once I was blind but now I can see
    There's a change in me baby, once I was blind but now I can see
    I'm gonna' put everybody down baby
    That ever made a fool outta me

    One of the great blues singers of the post-World War II period, Jimmy Witherspoon was also versatile enough to fit comfortably into the jazz world. The song Cold Cold Feeling was written by Jessie Mae Robinson and was first released by T-Bone Walker in 1952

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    Jimmy Witherspoon - The Best Of Vol 1

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    Jimmy Witherspoon - The Best Of Vol 1 (Full Album / Album complet)
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    00:00 “Ain't Nobody's Business” Jimmy Witherspoon
    02:23 “Spoon's Blues” Jimmy Witherspoon
    04:48 “Then the Lights Go Out” Jimmy Witherspoon
    07:48 “It Ain't What You're Thinkin'” Jimmy Witherspoon
    11:13 “Confessin' the Blues” Jimmy Witherspoon
    14:13 “In the Dark” Jimmy Witherspoon
    16:44 “I'd Rather Drink Muddy Water” Jimmy Witherspoon
    20:39 “I'm Gonna Move to the Outskirts of Town” Jimmy Witherspoon
    24:15 “Key to the Highway” Jimmy Witherspoon
    27:09 “Trouble in Mind” Jimmy Witherspoon
    30:14 “Midnight Blues (Red Shirt)” Jimmy Witherspoon
    35:32 “Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out” Jimmy Witherspoon
    38:03 “Times are Changing” Jimmy Witherspoon
    41:02 “Tanya” Jimmy Witherspoon
    43:39 “S.K. Blues” Jimmy Witherspoon
    46:28 “When I've Been Drinkin'” Jimmy Witherspoon
    50:06 “Lovey Dovey” Jimmy Witherspoon
    52:24 “All That's Good” Jimmy Witherspoon
    55:26 “Warm Your Heart” Jimmy Witherspoon
    57:50 “Wee Baby Blues” Jimmy Witherspoon
    01:01:08 “I Ain't Mad at You, Pretty Baby” Jimmy Witherspoon
    01:03:20 “How Long Blues” Jimmy Witherspoon
    01:06:22 “Hey, Mrs. Jones” Jimmy Witherspoon
    01:08:42 “I Don't Know” Jimmy Witherspoon
    01:11:53 “If You Live the Life, You Pay the Price” Jimmy Witherspoon

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    Jimmy Witherspoon - When I Been Drinkin

    5:44

    Album - Evenin' Blues (1963)

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    Jimmy Witherspoon - Good morning blues

    3:24

    One of the best bluesers..ever....

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    Jimmy Witherspoon - Aint Nobodys Business

    6:00

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    Jimmy Witherspoon ft. Ben Webster - roots

    39:36

    Vinyl Rip from the LP (1961)

    JIMMY WITHERSPOON : vocals
    BEN WEBSTER : tenor sax
    GERALD WILSON : trumpet
    RALPH HAMILTON : bass
    JIM MILLER : drums
    ERNIE FREEMAN : piano

    01.I' D RATHER DRINK MUDDY WATER [0:00]
    02.I' M GONNA MOVE TO THE OUTSKIRTS OF TOWN [3:51]
    03.KEY TO THE HIGHWAY [7:23]
    04.DID YOU EVER [10:13]
    05.CONFESSIN' THE BLUES [13:34]
    06.NOBOSY KNOWS YOU WHEN YOU'RE DOWN AND OUT [16:30]
    07.YOUR RED WAGON [18:57]
    08.RAIN IS SUCH A LONESOME SOUND [24:04]
    09.CHERRY RED [27:00]
    10.IT'S A LOW DOWN DIRTY SHAME [30:12]
    11.JUST A DREAM [33:10]
    12.PLEASE, Mr. WEBSTER [36:06]

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    Jimmy Witherspoon with brother Jack McDuff - Sweet Slumber

    3:54

    I don't own any right.

    1967. 1st track of The Blues Is Now. Composed in 1943 by Lucky Millinder, Henri Woode and Al J. Neiburg.

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    Jimmy Witherspoon with young Robben Ford on guitar! Nothings Changed

    5:30

    from 'Black Omnibus TV show', taped in Hollywood, Ca, 1972 or january 1973
    Jimmy Witherspoon : vocal
    Robben Ford : guitar
    Stan Poplin : bass
    Jim Baum : drums
    Paul Nagel : piano

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    Jimmy Witherspoon - Jazz Casual

    29:07

    Jimmy Witherspoon (January 4, 1962)
    Jimmy Witherspoon (vocals); Ben Webster (tenor saxophone); Vince Guaraldi (piano); Monty Budwig (bass); Colin Bailey (drums).
    1. Time's Getting Tougher
    2. Ain't Nobody's Biz-ness
    3. Cotton Tail
    4. Chelsea Bridge
    5. I'm Gonna Move to the Outskirts of Town
    6. Roll 'Em

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    Jimmy Witherspoon - A Spoonful Of Soul

    32:32

    Vinyl rip from original album (1968)

    01.Seven Years With The Wrong Woman [0:00]
    02.You Don't Have To Be Crazy To Love Her [4:38]
    03.My big habit [7:31]
    04.Peas And Rice [10:09]
    05.This bitter earth [13:21]
    06.A Fool For You [16:11]
    07.Win, lose or draw [19:18]
    08.Sneakin' Around [21:25]
    09.Heart Break Train [24:03]
    10.Saturday Night Fish Fry [27:07]
    11.A Very Lonely Man [29:29]

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    Eric Burdon & Jimmy Witherspoon - Soledad.wmv

    5:06

    Album Black & White Blues

    Eric Burdon - Vocals
    Jimmy Witherspoon - Vocals
    Bob Mercereau, Lee Oskar - Harmonica
    Papa Dee Allen - Congas
    Harold Brown, George Suranovich - Drums
    Charles Miller - Tenor Saxophone
    Howard Scott, John Sterling - Guitar
    Lonnie Jordan, Terry Ryan - Piano, Organ
    B.B. Dickerson, Kim Kesterson - Bass

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    Jimmy Witherspoon - Monterey Jazz Fest, Monterey, CA. 1973

    42:10

    Jimmy Witherspoon: Vocals
    Robben Ford: guitar
    Stan Poplin? :Bass
    Paul?: Bass
    Jimmy?: Drums

    1 ? 2:40
    2 A Flat Blues? 3:22
    3 Kansas City 3:14
    4 More A Flat Blues? 8:41
    5 Walkin 2:52
    6 Another A Flat Blues plus Jimmy Rushing Tribute 8:35
    7 Mannish Boy 2:47
    8 ?

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    Eric Burdon & Jimmy Witherspoon - Steam Roller

    4:27

    Album Black & White

    Eric Burdon - Vocals
    Jimmy Witherspoon - Vocals
    Bob Mercereau, Lee Oskar - Harmonica
    Papa Dee Allen - Congas
    Harold Brown, George Suranovich - Drums
    Charles Miller - Tenor Saxophone
    Howard Scott, John Sterling - Guitar
    Lonnie Jordan, Terry Ryan - Piano, Organ
    B.B. Dickerson, Kim Kesterson - Bass

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    Jimmy Witherspoon with Earle Warren 1980

    30:20

    Jimmy Witherspoon with Earle Warren, Billy Higgins on drums, at the Molde jazz festival 1980 .. Some skipping in the track early on in the clip

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    Jimmy Witherspoon - Aint Nobodys Business

    4:23

    Live at the Lighthouse USA

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    Jimmy Witherspoon — Lotus Blossom

    8:32

    Jimmy Witherspoon — Big Blues (1981)

    Jimmy Witherspoon – vocals
    Jim Mullen – guitar
    Peter King – alto saxophone
    Mike Carr – piano, electric piano, organ
    Harold Smith – drums
    Hal Singer – tenor sax

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    Jimmy Witherspoon - Big Daddy

    2:27

    Checker Records 1954 B/W When The Lights Go Out

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    Jimmy Witherspoon - Pearly Whites

    5:20

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    Eric Burdon & Jimmy Witherspoon - Home Dream.wmv

    7:17

    Album Black & White Blues

    Eric Burdon - Vocals
    Jimmy Witherspoon - Vocals
    Bob Mercereau, Lee Oskar - Harmonica
    Papa Dee Allen - Congas
    Harold Brown, George Suranovich - Drums
    Charles Miller - Tenor Saxophone
    Howard Scott, John Sterling - Guitar
    Lonnie Jordan, Terry Ryan - Piano, Organ
    B.B. Dickerson, Kim Kesterson - Bass

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    Jimmy Witherspoon: Good Rockin Tonight

    2:31

    Live at the 1959 Monterey Jazz Festival with Coleman Hawkins, Ben Webster and many more!

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    Jimmy Witherspoon Its a Low-down Dirty Shame on Frankly Jazz

    4:17

    Frankly Jazz was a half-hour television program produced in the early 1960s. Each program featured one or more prominent West Coast Jazz performer of the day. Hosted by Frank Evans, a leading jazz disk jockey of the day.

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    Jimmy Witherspoon - Whos Been Jivin You

    2:39

    Modern Records 1949 B/W Rain,Rain,Rain

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    Jimmy Witherspoon with Robben Ford - TV, Los Angeles, CA, Oct. 28, 1973

    28:57

    Jimmy Witherspoon : vocal
    Robben Ford : guitar
    Stan Poplin : bass
    Jim Baum : drums
    Paul Nagel : piano

    Track Listing:
    - Somebody's Got To Go
    - Ain't Nobody's Business,
    - My Babe
    - Spoonful
    - Past Forty Blues
    - Kansas City
    - Nothing's Changed

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    Jimmy Witherspoon - Past Forty Blues

    4:20

    Jimmy Witherspoon recorded a series of excellent albums for Verve in the late '60s. Unfortunately, these have not received the attention they deserve, and are frequently relegated in Witherspoon's huge catalog. The Blues Is Now is arguably the finest of these recordings, and Witherspoon's voice is in top form and hugely expressive. A light-night blues classic, this is Witherspoon at his most relaxed and assured and is a joy to listen to.


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    Jimmy Witherspoon — Vocals
    Jack McDuff — Organ
    Danny Turner — Flute, Sax (Alto), Sax (Tenor)
    Leo Johnson — Flute, Sax (Tenor)
    Melvin Sparks — Guitar
    Jymie Merritt — Bass
    Ray Appleton — Drums

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    Jimmy Witherspoon-How I Hate to See Christmas Come Around

    3:03

    Jimmy Witherspoon

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    Jimmy Witherspoon with Art Pepper - Lighthouse Cafe , Los Angeles 1981

    6:50

    Jimmy Witherspoon with Art Pepper - Lighthouse Cafe , Los Angeles 1981

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    Joe Turner & Jimmy Witherspoon - Blues lament

    12:03

    From Patcha, patcha all night long......

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    Eric Burdon & Jimmy Witherspoon - Going Down Slow.wmv

    6:26

    Album Black & White Blues

    Eric Burdon - Vocals
    Jimmy Witherspoon - Vocals
    Bob Mercereau, Lee Oskar - Harmonica
    Papa Dee Allen - Congas
    Harold Brown, George Suranovich - Drums
    Charles Miller - Tenor Saxophone
    Howard Scott, John Sterling - Guitar
    Lonnie Jordan, Terry Ryan - Piano, Organ
    B.B. Dickerson, Kim Kesterson - Bass

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    Eric Burdon & Jimmy Witherspoon - Soledad

    5:06

    Dedicated to the prison in London, Soledad. In 1971 Burdon & Witherspoon performed there.

    From their album Guilty (later released as Black & White Blues).

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    Jimmy Witherspoon - Goin Down Slow

    9:09

    One of the great blues singers of the post-World War II period, Jimmy Witherspoon was also versatile enough to fit comfortably into the jazz world. Witherspoon was born on August 8, 1920, in Gurdon, AR. As a child, he sang in a church choir, and made his debut recordings with Jay McShann for Philo and Mercury in 1945 and 1946. His own first recordings, using McShann's band, resulted in a number one R&B hit in 1949 with Ain't Nobody's Business, Pts. 1 & 2 on Supreme Records. Live performances of No Rollin' Blues and Big Fine Girl provided 'Spoon with two more hits in 1950.

    Jimmy Witherspoon at the Monterey Jazz Festival The mid-'50s were a lean time, with his style of shouting blues temporarily out of fashion; singles were tried for Federal, Chess, Atco, Vee Jay, and others, with little success. Jimmy Witherspoon at the Monterey Jazz Festival (HiFi Jazz) from 1959 lifted him back into the limelight. Partnerships with Ben Webster or Groove Holmes were recorded, and he toured Europe in 1961 with Buck Clayton, performing overseas many more times in the decades to follow; some memorable music resulted, but Witherspoon's best 1960s album is Evening Blues (Prestige), which features T-Bone Walker on guitar and Clifford Scott on saxophone. As the '70s began, Witherspoon decided to take a short break from live performances, settled in Los Angeles, took a job as a disc jockey, and continued making records. In 1971 Witherspoon teamed up with former Animals vocalist Eric Burdon for the album Guilty. Unfortunately it sold poorly. By 1973 his short retirement from live performances was over. Witherspoon was ready to get back on the road and assembled an amazing band featuring a young Robben Ford on lead guitar. Those live shows had received positive reviews, rejuvenating Witherspoon's move toward a definite rock/soul sound. He traveled to London in 1974 to record Love Is a Five Letter Word with British blues producer Mike Vernon. Vernon had produced critically acclaimed British blues albums by John Mayall, Fleetwood Mac, and Ten Years After. By the early '80s, Witherspoon was diagnosed with throat cancer. Although he remained active and was a popular concert attraction, the effect of the disease on his vocals was obvious. Witherspoon passed away on September 18, 1997, at the age of 77.

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    Jimmy Witherspoon - Evenin

    3:14

    Lyrics:


    Evenin'
    Every night you come and you find me
    Every night you come and remind me
    That my gal is gone

    Evenin'
    Oh you've got me deeply in your power
    Every minute seems like an hour
    Since my gal is gone

    Shadows fall
    On the wall
    That's the time I miss you, most of all
    Even though I try, how can I go on

    Evenin'
    Let me sleep 'til the gray dawn is breakin'
    I don't care if I don't awaken
    Since my gal is gone
    Since my gal is gone

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    See See Rider by Jimmy Witherspoon.wmv

    5:36

    Witherspoon's style of blues - that of the blues shouter - became unfashionable in the mid-1950s, but he returned to popularity with his 1959 album, Jimmy Witherspoon at the Monterey Jazz Festival, which featured Roy Eldridge, Woody Herman, Ben Webster, Coleman Hawkins, Earl Hines and Mel Lewis, among others.[3] He later recorded with Gerry Mulligan, Leroy Vinnegar, Richard Groove Holmes and T-Bone Walker.

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    Jimmy Witherspoon & T-Bone Walker : Ive been treated wrong

    3:28

    I don't know my name
    I don't know when I was born
    I don't know my real name
    Don't know when I was born

    The trouble I've been havin'
    Seem like I was raised in a orphan home

    My mother died an' left me
    When I was only two years old
    My mother died an' left me
    When I was two years old

    An' the trouble I've been havin'
    The good Lord, only knows

    I've been treated like an orphan
    An' been workin' like a slave
    I've been treated like an orphan
    An' I've been workin' like a slave

    An' if I never get my revenge
    Evilness will carry me to my grave

    Now I've been havin' trouble
    Ever since I've been grown
    Lord knows, I've been havin' trouble
    Trouble, trouble, ever since I was grown

    Well, I'm too old for the orphans
    An' too young for the old folks home

    Evenin' blues
    1963 - Prestige PRLP 7300
    1993 - Original Blues Classics OBC 511

    This relaxed, rather informal August 15, 1963 session is one of Jimmy Witherspoon's rarest and was the only time that the great Arkansas shouter recorded with T-Bone Walker, the Texas-born father of electric blues guitar. In an unusual appearance as a sideman, Walker contributed his trademark brittle-toned solos, obbligatos, and from the five intros to a set of tunes that included such standards as Money's Gettin' Cheaper (a 'Spoon favorite since he borrowed it from Charles Brown in the late Forties), How Long Blues, Good Rockin' Tonight, Kansas City, and Don't Let Go. And adding further Texas seasoning was San Antonio saxophonist Clifford Scott, best known for his distinctive solos on Honky Tonk and other Bill Doggett hits, who not only played tenor (as the original credits indicate), but blew searing alto on Grab Me a Freight and flute on 'Spoon's reading of the haunting title track, a blues ballad previously associated with both Jimmy Rushing and Walker.

    Personell: Clifford Scott, Bert Kendrix, T-Bone Walker, Clarence Jones, Wayne Robertson

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    Jimmy Witherspoon - Goin Down Slow

    4:57

    The Blues Singer

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    Jimmy Witherspoon ~ Cold , Cold Feeling & Help Me 1980

    9:20

    Modern Electric Chicago Blues 1980
    Enjoy , my friend !!!
    Bass – Nick Charles
    Drums – Roosevelt Snake Shaw
    Guitar – Johnny Dollar , Sammy Lawhorn
    Harmonica – George Smith
    Vocals – Jimmy Witherspoon
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    NYJO 1984 Live at City Hall Jimmy Witherspoon 2 Stormy Monday

    6:31

    NYJO 1984 Live at City Hall Sheffield. There were 2 live concerts from which 4 programmes were made using different permutations of the performers. NYJO had a solo spot and also served as backing band for Peggy Lee, Jimmy Witherspoon and Buddy Greco!

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    Jimmy Witherspoon - I Had A Dream

    2:36

    This was Jimmy's third album for Prestige, recorded late in 1963. He's in excellent form here, and this is a solid blues recording. More than half of the tunes are slow, heart-breaking killers, and Spoon dishes them up perfectly. He sings often about thwarted love here, and he does so with a gruffness and biting anger/regret that goes right to the quick.

    From 'Blues Around the Clock', I Had A Dream, written by Jimmy, is a remake of an old King recording and is a highlight of the record.

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    Jimmy Witherspoon - How Long Blues

    51:32

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    1 | 00:00 | Jimmy Witherspoon - How Long Blues
    2 | 03:29 | Jimmy Witherspoon - When I Been Drinkin'
    3 | 09:10 | Jimmy Witherspoon - I'm Just a Ladies Man
    4 | 11:37 | Jimmy Witherspoon - Everything You Do Is Wrong
    5 | 16:17 | Jimmy Witherspoon - When The Lights Go Out
    6 | 19:09 | Jimmy Witherspoon - Ooo Wee, Then the Lights Go Out
    7 | 22:07 | Jimmy Witherspoon - When I Had My Money
    8 | 25:10 | Jimmy Witherspoon - When the Lights Go Out
    9 | 28:02 | Jimmy Witherspoon - I Make a Lot of Money
    10 | 30:41 | Jimmy Witherspoon - Take Me Back Baby
    11 | 33:29 | Jimmy Witherspoon - Hootie Blues
    12 | 36:51 | Jimmy Witherspoon - Jumpin' the Blues
    13 | 39:59 | Jimmy Witherspoon - Introduction
    14 | 40:29 | Jimmy Witherspoon - Roll 'Em Pete
    15 | 44:56 | Jimmy Witherspoon - Ain't Nobody's Business

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    Jimmy Witherspoon - Pillar To Post

    12:43

    from Hunh!
    Earl Hooker - guitar (right channel)
    Mel Brown - guitar (left channel)
    Charles Brown - piano
    Jimmy Bond - bass
    Lavell Austin - drums
    Red Holloway - sax

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    Jimmy Witherspoon Miss Clawdy B

    2:30

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

    Jimmy Witherspoon:Vocals

    Maxwell Davis & Buddy Floyd:Tenor Saxes

    Frank Sleet:Alto Sax

    Milburn Newman:Baritone Sax

    Vernon Smith:Trumpet

    Jay McShann:Piano

    Tiny Webb:Guitar

    Ralph Hamilton:Bass

    Jesse Sailes:Drums

    Recorded in Los Angeles, CA. 1948

    Originally issued on the 1991 CD Jimmy Witherspoon:Call My Baby

    This recording taken from the 1996 CD Swing Time Shouters

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    Killing Time Jimmy Witherspoon

    5:26

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    Jimmy Witherspoon - The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down

    5:24

    from Jimmie Haskell's California '99 (1971),
    The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down, vocal Jimmy Witherspoon

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    Jimmy Witherspoon - See See Ryder

    4:41

    Jimmy Witherspoon

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    Jimmy Witherspoon - Jumpin the Blues

    32:29

    This Video include 10 tracks of Jimmy Witherspoon.
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    2 | 03:08 | Jimmy Witherspoon - Goin' to Kansas City
    3 | 06:23 | Jimmy Witherspoon - When The Lights Go Out
    4 | 09:15 | Jimmy Witherspoon - Failing By Degrees
    5 | 12:28 | Jimmy Witherspoon - Don't Ever Move a Woman Into Your House
    6 | 15:22 | Jimmy Witherspoon - Roll 'Em Pete
    7 | 19:49 | Jimmy Witherspoon - Blue Monday Blues
    8 | 23:32 | Jimmy Witherspoon - How I Hate to See Christmas Come Around
    9 | 26:32 | Jimmy Witherspoon - Trouble in Mind
    10 | 29:59 | Jimmy Witherspoon - I'm Just a Ladies Man

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    Jimmy Witherspoon How Long

    6:08

    And if someday you're gonna be sorry that you've done me wrong,
    Well it will be too late, baby, 'cause I'll be gone.

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    JIMMY WITHERSPOON - SKID ROW BLUES

    2:54

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    Jay McShann & His Sextette with Jimmy Witherspoon - Strange Woman Blues

    3:10

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    This Video Is For Historical & Educational Purposes....

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    Jimmy Witherspoon - Ben Webster / Aint Nobodys Business

    6:52



    Album: Rockin With Spoon Vernon Alley Bass Roy Eldridge Trumpet Urbie Green Trombone Coleman Hawkins Sax (Tenor) Woody Herman Clarinet Earl Hines Piano Mel Lewis Drums Memphis Slim Composer Gerry Mulligan Sax (Baritone) Jimmy Rowles Piano Leroy Vinnegar Piano Ben Webster Sax (Tenor) Jimmy Witherspoon

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    Jimmy Witherspoon - I dont know

    2:59

    Jimmy Witherspoon I don't know

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    Jimmy Witherspoon with young Robben Ford on guitar! Spoonful

    4:03

    from 'Black Omnibus TV show', taped in Hollywood, Ca, 1972 or january 1973
    Jimmy Witherspoon : vocal
    Robben Ford : guitar
    Stan Poplin : bass
    Jim Baum : drums
    Paul Nagel : piano

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