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Jumpin' The Blues (The Definitive Black & Blue Sessions) [Paris, 1969]

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Confessin' The Blues
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Yardbird Waltz
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My Chile
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Satin Doll
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Kansas City
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Jumpin' The Blues
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Mr. Cleanhead Blues
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Wait A Minute, Baby
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Juice Head Baby
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Kidney Stew
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Cherry Red
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Red Top
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Roll 'em C Jam Blues
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C Jam Again
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 14   Total Length: 62:25

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As part of The Definitive Black & Blue Sessions series, alto saxophonist Eddie “Cleanhead” Vinson is spotlighted on 14 digitally remastered tracks, recorded at Cargo Studio in Paris on March 9, 1969. This straight-ahead session pairs Cleanhead with pianist Jay McShann, Gene Ramey on bass, and McShann’s drummer at the time, Paul Gunther. While this disc doesn’t contain any unreleased tracks, it does feature several first-rate renditions of Vinson’s signature tunes, including “Mr. Cleanhead Blues,” “Kidney Stew,” and “Juice Head Baby.” – Al Campbell