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Big Boss Man - Jimmy Reed - The Best Of Jimmy Reed (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Jimmy Reed A: Hush-Hush B: Going By The River (Part II) Vee Jay USA: VJ Aug 7" 7: Jimmy Reed A: Laughing At The Blues B: Close Together: Vee Jay USA: VJ Jan 7" 3: Jimmy Reed A: Big Boss Man B: I'm A Love You: Vee Jay USA: VJ Mar 7" 2: Jimmy Reed A: Bright Lights Big City B: I'm Mr. Luck: Vee.

  2. Mathis James Reed (September 6, – August 29, ) was an American blues musician and songwriter. His particular style of electric blues was popular with blues as well as non-blues audiences. Reed's songs such as "Honest I Do" (), "Baby What You Want Me to Do" (), "Big Boss Man" (), and "Bright Lights, Big City" () appeared on both Billboard magazine's rhythm and blues.

  3. Big Blues Boss Man. Jimmy Reed Share. EMU PRICE: eMU. CREDIT PRICE: $ BUY ALBUM NOW By Jimmy Reed Jimmy Reed. 2 Album .

  4. Sep 06,  · Indeed, Jimmy Reed’s contributions to the development of rock and blues have helped to shape modern music as we know it. Reed was nearly a perfect archetype of a blues man in the post-war era. Born in the rural Mississippi Delta, he learned to play guitar in .

  5. This cd should be considered an introduction to Jimmy Reed especially since it contains only twelve songs. Of course, it doesn't get any better than " Big Boss Man " and " Baby What You Want Me To Do "! So, if you don't have Jimmy Reed in your collection, this cd is a great starting point/5(17).

  6. This cd should be considered an introduction to Jimmy Reed especially since it contains only twelve songs. Of course, it doesn't get any better than " Big Boss Man " and " Baby What You Want Me To Do "! So, if you don't have Jimmy Reed in your collection, this cd is a great starting point/5(27).

  7. Aug 11,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Rainbow Label Vinyl release of The Best Of Jimmy Reed on Discogs. Label: Vee Jay Records - SR ,Vee Jay Records - VJLPS • Format: Vinyl LP, Stereo Rainbow Label • Country: US • Genre: Blues • Style: Delta Blues/5(8).

  8. 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.

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