Top Jimmy Scott Albums
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Rise Above
Rise Above
[2018]
For Our Lost, Loved Ones
For Our Lost, Loved Ones
[2017]
More Little Love Songs
More Little Love Songs
[2017]
I Go Back Home
I Go Back Home
[2017]
If Not Now Then When
If Not Now Then When
[2016]
The Songs Inside My Head - EP
The Songs Inside My Head - EP
[2015]
Spark
Spark
[2015]
For the Record
For the Record
[2014]
The Days of Our Lives
The Days of Our Lives
[2014]
The Fabulous Voice of Jimmy Scott
The Fabulous Voice of Jimmy Scott
[2014]
The N'joy Experience
The N'joy Experience
[2013]
Memoir
Memoir
[2012]
Tonight I'll Sing for You
Tonight I'll Sing for You
[2012]
Little Love Songs/Strumology
Little Love Songs/Strumology
[2011]
Rhymes and Times
Rhymes and Times
[2010]
A Cup of Inspiration
A Cup of Inspiration
[2010]
A Songwriter's Notebook
A Songwriter's Notebook
[2009]
Savoy Jazz Super EP: Jimmy Scott
Savoy Jazz Super EP: Jimmy Scott
[2007]
Guilty
Guilty
[2007]
Savoy Jazz Super EP: Jimmy Scott - EP
Savoy Jazz Super EP: Jimmy Scott - EP
[2007]
Rhino Hi-Five - Jimmy Scott - EP
Rhino Hi-Five - Jimmy Scott - EP
[2006]
Milestone Profiles: Jimmy Scott
Milestone Profiles: Jimmy Scott
[2006]
All or Nothing At All: The Dramatic Jimmy Scott
All or Nothing At All: The Dramatic Jimmy Scott
[2005]
The Fabulous Songs of Jimmy Scott
The Fabulous Songs of Jimmy Scott
[2003]
Moon Glow
Moon Glow
[2003]
But Beautiful
But Beautiful
[2002]
Timeless: Jimmy Scott
Timeless: Jimmy Scott
[2002]
Over the Rainbow
Over the Rainbow
[2001]
The Source
The Source
[2001]
Mood Indigo
Mood Indigo
[2000]
The Savoy Years And More...
The Savoy Years And More...
[1999]
Everybody's Somebody's Fool
Everybody's Somebody's Fool
[1999]
Holding Back the Years
Holding Back the Years
[1998]
Heaven
Heaven
[1996]
Dream
Dream
[1994]
Very Truly Yours
Very Truly Yours
[1993]
All the Way
All the Way
[1992]
If You Only Knew
If You Only Knew
[1956]
Related Information for Jimmy Scott
James Victor "Jimmy" Scott (July 17, 1925 – June 12, 2014), also known as "Little" Jimmy Scott, was an American jazz vocalist famous for his unusually high contralto voice, which was due to Kallmann's syndrome, a very rare genetic condition. The condition stunted his growth at four feet eleven inches until, at the age of 37, he grew another 8 inches to the height of five feet seven inches. The condition prevented him from reaching puberty, leaving him with a high, undeveloped voice.Scott was born in Cleveland, Ohio, to Authur and Justine Stanard Scott, the third in a family of ten. As a child Jimmy got his first singing experience by his mother's side at the family piano, and later, in church choir. At t... read more