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The Savoy Years And More...

The Savoy Years And More... by Jimmy Scott buy album

Jimmy Scott

Label: Savoy Jazz
Released: 1999
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Jimmy Scott
Jimmy Scott

voice / vocals

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Collective Jimmy Scott, vocals; Budd Johnson, George Berg, Warren Luckey, Buddy Lucas, tenor sax; Dave McRae, alto and baritone sax; Leslie Johnakins, baritone sax; Jerome Richardson, flute and tenor sax; Terry Gibbs, Phil Kraus, vibes; Howard, Biggs, Lincoln Chase, Robert Banks, Carl "Ace" Carter, Kelly Owens, piano; Hy White, Mundell Lowe, George Barnes, Sal Salvator, Everett Barksdale, Mickey Baker, Lord Westbrook, Charles May, Skeeter Best, Bucky Pizzarelli, guitar; Charles Mingus, Al Hall, Al Lucas, Jack Lesberg, Wendell Marshall, Lloyd Trotman, George Duvivier, Leonard Gaskin, Abe Baker, bass; Rudy Nichols, Louis Bellson, Arthur Edgehill, Dave Bailey, Cliff Leeman, Paul Gusman, Bobby Donaldson, Sol Hall, Kenny Clarke, Bunny Shawker, drums


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