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Jimmy Reed Anthology (2-CD)

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Jimmy Reed: Anthology (2-CD)

(2011/Not Now) 54 tracks.

(1994/Collectables) 12 tracks.


 

Songs

Jimmy Reed - Anthology (2-CD) Medium 1
1: Honest I Do CD1  
2: Go On To School  
3: My First Plea  
4: Boogie In The Dark  
5: You Got Me Crying  
6: Ain't That Loving You Baby  
7: You Got Me Dizzy  
8: Little Rain  
9: Can't Stand To See You Go  
10: Roll And Rhumba  
11: You're Something Else  
12: You Don't Have To Go  
13: Pretty Thing  
14: I'm Gonna Ruin You  
15: I Don't Go For That  
16: She Don't Want Me No More  
17: Baby, Don't Say That No More  
18: Rockin' With Reed  
19: I Love You Baby  
20: Honey, Don't Let Me Go  
21: Honey, Where You Going  
22: The Sun Is Shining  
23: Baby, What's On Your Mind  
24: Signals Of Love  
25: A String To Your Heart  
26: I Know It's A Sin  
27: Down In Virginia  
Jimmy Reed - Anthology (2-CD) Medium 2
1: Baby What You Want Me To Do  
2: Found Love  
3: Meet Me  
4: I Was Wrong  
5: Going By The River  
6: Big Boss Man  
7: Hush, Hush  
8: Where Can You Be?  
9: I'm Nervous  
10: Going By The River  
11: I Ain't Got You  
12: Come Love  
13: I'm Gonna Get My Baby  
14: Odds And Ends  
15: I Told You, Baby  
16: Ends And Odds  
17: Take Out Some Insurance  
18: You Know I Love You  
19: I Wanna Be Loved  
20: Going To New York  
21: Caress Me Baby  
22: The Moon Is Rising  
23: My Bitter Seed  
24: Close Together  
25: Down The Road  
26: Jimmy's Rock  
27: Bright Lights, Big City  

 

Artikeleigenschaften von Jimmy Reed: Anthology (2-CD)

  • Interpret: Jimmy Reed

  • Albumtitel: Anthology (2-CD)

  • Format CD
  • Genre Blues

  • Title Anthology (2-CD)
  • Release date 2011
  • Label NOT NOW

  • SubGenre Blues - Electric

  • EAN: 5060143494147

  • weight in Kg 0.100
 
 

Artist description "Reed, Jimmy"

Jimmy Reed

Although he'd written most of his hits for Vee-Jay Records himself up to this point--You Don't Have To Go (see Disc Three), Ain't That Lovin' You Baby (it's on Disc Four), Honest I Do, Baby What You Want Me To Do (see Disc Five)—Jimmy Reed got Big Boss Man from an unusual pairing of writers: New York R&B producer Luther Dixon (the gent behind the violin-enriched uptown soul of Chuck Jackson and the Shirelles at Florence Greenberg's Scepter/Wand Records) and Jimmy's own Mississippi-born manager and road bandleader, Chicago bassist Al Smith. 

Reed's usual rhythm guitarist, the immaculate Eddie Taylor, didn't make the March 29, 1960 Chicago date that produced Big Boss Man. Instead of Taylor, Reed invited new Windy City resident Lee Baker, Jr. to man one of the axes. Down on the Gulf Coast, Baker had called himself Guitar Junior; his 1957 single Family Rules for Eddie Shuler's Lake Charles, Louisiana-based Goldband label had been a regional hit (see Disc Five). Now he was making his first Chicago session as a sideman. Baker wasn't alone on guitar: veteran Lefty Bates and young Curtis Mayfield were also there, along with bassist Willie Dixon and drummer Earl Phillips. 

"We had three guitars with Jimmy Reed, which is four!" exclaims the man better known today as Chicago blues guitarist Lonnie Brooks. "Jimmy, he was doing some of the lead parts." The newcomer was a bit in awe of Reed. "It was a dream come true, man," he says. "When I moved to Chicago, I got a chance to work with him. When I went on the road with him the first time, Eddie was with us. He had quit. He got mad and quit, so that's how I got in the picture. He quit, and then after they got me, he came back. (Smith) wanted to play it safe, so he kept me there. He told me, 'Well, you've got a chance to learn all the licks.'"

Jimmy's laconic vocal delivery and high-end racked harp squalls hadn't changed over the years; his snappy yet rudimentary shuffle rhythm remained as engaging as ever. One more essential ingredient: the subtle vocal contributions of Jimmy's wife, Mary Lee 'Mama' Reed, who kept her spouse straight on the lyrics by feeding him each line just before he'd sing it in the studio. "She helped him with all his songs," says Lonnie. "Mama would get in there and get the song, be reading it to him and saying it right in his ear, man. He'd say what she'd say."    

Big Boss Man was a #13 R&B/#78 pop seller in the spring of '61, the anthem attracting future covers by everyone from Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Charlie Rich to the Standells, the Syndicate of Sound, and the Grateful Dead. Even as Chicago blues faded from commercial prosperity, Bright Lights Big City was a smash for Jimmy later in the year; Aw Shucks, Hush Your Mouth, Good Lover, and the jangly Shame, Shame, Shame all nicked the pop listings in 1962-63 (Reed long commanded a surprisingly large white demographic in the Southern U.S.).

Reed's longtime battle with the bottle and recurring bouts with epilepsy took their toll on his health during the latter half of the '60s, when he made four LPs for ABC's Bluesway imprint, and early '70s. He straightened himself out and waged a low-key comeback in 1974, but too many years of self abuse caught up with him. Jimmy died following an epileptic seizure in Oakland, California on August 29, 1976, aged 50. Copied by many, no one ever quite captured his singularly informal style.

"I tell you what, man," says an admiring Brooks. "That guy, he played it wrong, but it sounds so damn good!"

Bill Dahl
Chicago, Illinois 

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