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Jimmy Witherspoon - Live At The Mint Jimmy Witherspoon - Live at the Mint - 01 - Going Down Slow. Jimmy Witherspoon - Live at the Mint - 01 - Going Down Slow. Jimmy Witherspoon - Live at the Mint - 02 - Big Boss Ma. lac. Jimmy Witherspoon - Live at the Mint - 03 - Going to Chicago. Jimmy Witherspoon - Live at the Mint - 04 - INTRO. Jimmy Witherspoon - Live at the Mint - 05 - Ain't Nobody's Business. Jimmy Witherspoon - Live at the Mint - 06 - Medly - Trouble in Mind, Cherry Re. Jimmy Witherspoon - Live at the Mint - 07 - INTRO. Jimmy Witherspoon - Live at the Mint - 08 - Past Forty Blues.
Live at the 1972 Monterey Jazz Festival released: 2008. The Blues Is Now released: 2005. Spoon Meets Pao released: 2002. Goin' to Chicago released: 2001. Jimmy Witherspoon With the Duke Robillard Band released: 2000. Midnite Jazz & Blues: Kansas City released: 2000. Charly Blues Masterworks, Volume 25: Rockin' With Spoon released: 1999. Jazz Me Blues: The Best of Jimmy Witherspoon released: 1998. Love Is a Five Letter Word released: 1998. Guilty! released: 1996.
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. 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.
Jimmy Witherspoon The Mint, Los Angeles, CA - Jan 8, 1994 Jan 08 1994. Jimmy Witherspoon Edmonton Folk Festival 1994 - Aug 7, 1994 Aug 07 1994. Get notified of changes. You can track the changes of this setlist by selecting the option below.
Blues vocalist Jimmy Witherspoon is at the peak of his performing career during this 1972 Monterey Jazz Festival set, where he is backed by a young but enthusiastic electric band that he had recruited after hearing them open for him in a club the previous year. Witherspoon is in a playful mood, frequently speaking to the crowd. The program is filled with several Witherspoon's most popular numbers, including the humorous "I'm Going to Move to the Outskirts of Town," "Kansas City," and "Early One Morning.
Recorded at Monterey Jazz Festival October 2, 1959. Roy Eldridge appears through the courtesy of Verve Records. Woody Herman appears through the courtesy of Atlantic Records. Matrix, Runout: STEREO SR 421 A D3.
|A1||Goin' Down Slow||9:08|
|A2||Big Boss Man||6:16|
|A3||Goin' To Chicago||5:31|
|A4||Ain't Nobody's Business||5:27|
|A5||Medley: Trouble In Mind/Cherry Red||6:09|
|A6||Past Forty Blues||5:31|
|B1||What A Wonderful World||3:29|
|B2||Medley: Whose Hat Is That/CC Rider||6:49|
|B4||Money Is Getting Cheaper||3:58|
- Producer – Robben Ford
NotesRecorded November 18th & 19th, 1994 at The Mint in Los Angeles
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Scanned): 010058213741
|0100582137-2||Jimmy Witherspoon||Live At The Mint (CD, Album)||On The Spot||0100582137-2||US||1996|