Top Jimmy Rushing Albums
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Rushing Lullabies + Brubeck & Rushing
Rushing Lullabies + Brubeck & Rushing
[2014]
Sometimes I Think I Do (with Buddy Tate, Emmett Berry, Sammy Price & Count Basie and His Orchestra)
Sometimes I Think I Do (with Buddy Tate, Emmett Berry, Sammy Price & Count Basie and His Orchestra)
[2014]
The Jazz Odyssey of James Rushing Esq. + Jimmy Rushing and the Smith Girls (Bonus Track Version)
The Jazz Odyssey of James Rushing Esq. + Jimmy Rushing and the Smith Girls (Bonus Track Version)
[2014]
Of All the Goods You've Done to Me (feat. Buddy Tate, Coleman Hawkins, Dicky Wells & Ray Bryant)
Of All the Goods You've Done to Me (feat. Buddy Tate, Coleman Hawkins, Dicky Wells & Ray Bryant)
[2012]
Jimmy Rushing Sings the Blues and All That Jazz
Jimmy Rushing Sings the Blues and All That Jazz
[2011]
Listen to the Blues
Listen to the Blues
[2010]
The Scene (Live In New York)
The Scene (Live In New York)
[2009]
Blues Rushing In, Vol. 2
Blues Rushing In, Vol. 2
[2008]
Vanguard Visionaries: Jimmy Rushing
Vanguard Visionaries: Jimmy Rushing
[2007]
Five Feet of Soul
Five Feet of Soul
[2006]
Everyday I Have the Blues
Everyday I Have the Blues
[1999]
Every Day
Every Day
[1999]
Oh Love
Oh Love
[1999]
1938-1945
1938-1945
[1997]
The Band Singer (1929-1940)
The Band Singer (1929-1940)
[1992]
The Essential Jimmy Rushing
The Essential Jimmy Rushing
[1991]
Related Information for Jimmy RushingJames Andrew (Jimmy) Rushing (August 26, 1901 - June 8, 1972) was an American blues shouter from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He joined Walter Page’s Blue Devils in 1927, then joined Bennie Moten’s band in 1929. He stayed with the successor Count Basie band when Moten died in 1935. When the Basie band broke up in 1950 he briefly retired, then formed his own group. His build earned him a nickname and a signature song, “Mr... read more