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Mathis James Reed (September 6, 1925 – August 29, 1976) 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" (1957), "Baby What You Want Me to Do" (1960), "Big Boss Man" (1961), and "Bright Lights, Big City" (1961) appeared on both Billboard magazine's rhythm and blues and Hot 100 singles charts.
Biography by Cub Koda. The most popular blues singer of the '50s, with simple lazy shuffles and a laconic drawl that made him the most influential as well. Reed was born on September 6, 1925, on a plantation in or around the small burg of Dunleith, MS. He stayed around the area until he was 15, learning the basic rudiments of harmonica and guitar from his buddy Eddie Taylor, who was then making a name for himself as a semi-pro musician, working country suppers and juke joints. Reed moved up to Chicago in 1943, but was quickly drafted into the Navy where he served for two years
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Few blues bands omit Jimmy Reed songs from their set lists. In 2007, Austin Texas-based bluesmen Omar Kent Dykes and Jimmie Vaughan released a tribute album to Reed entitled On the Jimmy Reed Highway featuring guest performances by Kim Wilson, Delbert McClinton, James Cotton, Lou Ann Barton, and Gary Clark Junior. In 1991 Reed was posthumously inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
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James Reed, Jimmy Reed. Jimmy Reed - Just Can't Sleep at Night 03:30. Jimmy Reed - If the Four Winds Don't Change 02:57. Jimmy Reed - My Baby Told Me 03:34. Jimmy Reed - Texas Is so Doggone Big 02:45. Jimmy Reed - I'll Be Home Some Day 03:09. Jimmy Reed - Tribute to a Friend 03:15. Jimmy Reed - Don't Cry 04:56. Jimmy Reed - I Got to Keep Rolling 02:32. Jimmy Reed - Poor Country Boy 02:10. Jimmy Reed - When Two People Are in Love 03:10. Jimmy Reed - Life Is Funny 03:18. Jimmy Reed - Five Years of Good Lovin' 04:04. Jimmy Reed - Honey It's Time for Love 03:05
Mathis James "Jimmy" Reed (Washington County, 1925 – september 6, Oakland, 29 August 1976) was an American ger -. Reed was a remarkableelectric blues musician. Reed learned to play guitar with his friend Eddie Taylor
|A1||Baby What You Want Me To Do|
|A2||Caress Me Baby|
|A3||Honest I Do|
|A4||Bright Lights, Big City|
|A5||I'm Mr. Luck|
|B1||I Wanna Be Loved|
|B2||Big Boss Man|
|B3||Ain't That Loving You Baby|
|B4||Don't Say That No More|
|B5||Take Out Some Insurance|
|C1||You Know I Love You|
|C3||I'm Gonna Help You|
|C5||Down In Mississippi|
|D1||St. Louis Blues|
|D2||Outskirts Of Town|
|D3||Going To New York|
|D4||You Got Me Dizzy|
|D5||I'm The Man Down There|
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|TLP-8012||Jimmy Reed||History Of Jimmy Reed (2xLP, Comp)||Trip||TLP-8012||US||1972|