Jimmy Witherspoon / Buddy Tate & Orchestra - In The Evening / Six-Foot-Two Blues download album
Features Louis Speiginier, Guitar; Jay McShann, Piano; Benny Booker, Bass; Pete McShann, Drums; Frank Sleet, Alto Sax; Charles Thomas, Tenor Sax; Forrest Powell, Trumpet, Jimmy Witherspoon, Vocal. Led by Buddy Tate (1913-2001). The other side is "In The Evening".
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Song to sampleJimmy Witherspoon - Six Foot Two Blues. Tuff City Records, Genre: Blues, Release year: 1950.
Learn about and follow jazz musician Jimmy Witherspoon (Vocalist) at All About Jazz. Witherspoon's next release, In the Evening When the Sun Goes Down, reached the number five spot, following this, 'Spoon released a number of albums on a variety of labels including Modern, Federal, and the legendary Chess label. Virtually ignored by jazz and rock audiences and with financial hardships stalling large, swinging blues bands like McShann's, the rest of the 1950s found Witherspoon playing the chitlin circuit, a network of small black-owned clubs that played to mostly black audiences. Like most jazz and blues performers, Witherspoon was especially successful in Europe and toured and recorded there many times since the early 1960s. Although he continued to record and tour, success on the record charts proved elusive for Witherspoon.
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Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||–Jimmy Witherspoon||In The Evening
Alto Saxophone – Frank SleetBass – Benny BookerDrums – Pete McShannGuitar – Louis SpeiginerPiano – Jay McShannTenor Saxophone – Charles ThomasTrumpet – Forrest PowellVocals – Jimmy Witherspoon
|B||–Buddy Tate & Orchestra*||Six-Foot-Two Blues
Alto Saxophone – Chas. Q. Price*Drums – Forrest Hamilton*Guitar – Louis SpeiginerPiano – Bill Dodgett*Tenor Saxophone – Buddy TateTrombone – Theodore Donnelly*Trumpet – Emmett BerryVocals – Jimmy WitherspoonWritten By – William Hadnott*, Minnie Garrett
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, label): SU-113 A
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, runout, stamped): SU-113-A-2 ("E" inside diamond)
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, label): SU-126
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, runout, stamped): SU-126-A-2 ("E" inside diamond)
|1533||Jimmy Witherspoon / Buddy Tate & Orchestra*||Jimmy Witherspoon / Buddy Tate & Orchestra* - In The Evening / Six-Foot-Two Blues (Shellac, 10", Promo)||Supreme||1533||US||1949|