Top Jimmy Dawkins Albums
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The Tide - Single
The Tide - Single
[2020]
The Chicago Blues Box 2, Vol. 3 (feat. Sylvester Boines & Tyrone Centuray)
The Chicago Blues Box 2, Vol. 3 (feat. Sylvester Boines & Tyrone Centuray)
[2017]
Born In Poverty (Blues Reference (recorded in France 1971-1974))
Born In Poverty (Blues Reference (recorded in France 1971-1974))
[2009]
Blues and Pain
Blues and Pain
[2006]
Tell Me Baby
Tell Me Baby
[2004]
West Side Guitar Hero
West Side Guitar Hero
[2002]
I Want to Know
I Want to Know
[1999]
Fast Fingers
Fast Fingers
[1998]
Feel the Blues
Feel the Blues
[1997]
Chicago Blues Nights Vol. 2
Chicago Blues Nights Vol. 2
[1997]
Come Back Baby
Come Back Baby
[1995]
Chicago Blues Nights Vol. 1
Chicago Blues Nights Vol. 1
[1994]
All for Business
All for Business
[1990]
Hot Wire 81 (Blues Power) [feat. Richard Kirch, Sylvester Boines & Jimmy Schutte]
Hot Wire 81 (Blues Power) [feat. Richard Kirch, Sylvester Boines & Jimmy Schutte]
[1981]
Related Information for Jimmy Dawkins
October 24, 1936 - April 10, 2013 R.I.P. Jimmy, you will be greatly missed!!Jimmy Dawkins was born in Tchula, Mississippi, and moved to Chicago in 1955. He worked in a box factory, and started to play local blues clubs, gaining a reputation as a session musician.In 1969, thanks to the efforts of his friend Magic Sam, he released his first solo album Fast Fingers on Delmark Records, winning the "Grand Prix du Disque" from the Hot Club de France. In 1971 Delmark released his second album All For Business with singer Andrew "Big Voice" Odom and guitarist Otis Rush.He began to tour in Europe and Japan, and recorded more albums in the USA and Europe. Dawkins also contributed a column to the blues magazine "Livin... read more