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© Miroslav Jurčeka (1989-2018)
YANCEY Jimmy

Personal Data:

Born: 20.02.1898 (Chicago, Illinois, USA)
Died: 17.09.1951 (diabetes)

Albums Discography:

#TitleRelease DateLabelTypeUKUSA
1.Two O'Clock1939
2.Lucille's Lament1940
3.State Street Blues1941
4.Slow & Easy1942
5.The Mellow Blues1943
6.Yancey's Bugle1943
7.Death Letter Blues1944
8.Crying In My Sleep1945
9.35th Dearborn1945
10.Mama's Blues1945
11.I Love To Hear My Baby Call My Name1946
12.The Rocks1947
13.Pallet On The Floor1947
14.How Long Blues1948
15.At The Window1948
16.Yancey's Mixture1949
17.Pure Blues1950
18.Yancey Special1951
19.Chicago Piano Vol 1
& Mama Yancey
1972
20.Jimmy Yancey Vol 1 & "
(2LP)
1973
21.The Immortal, 1898-1951, Volume Two2/1977 Oldies Blues
22.Pitchin' Boogie
& C.C. Lofton
12/1983 Swaggie
23.Jazz At Perservation Hall / Pure Blues
& George Lewis
08.06.1999
24.Best of Jimmy Yancey05.04.2005
25.Blues and Boogie
& Freddie Mitchell
20.07.2010Righteous

Press References:

Melody Maker
YearIssueDatePageColumnType
19745228.12.19743
1977819.02.197728Blues/Folk Albumsalbum review