Jimmy McCracklin (August 13, 1921 – December 20, 2012) was an American pianist, vocalist, and songwriter. His style contained West Coast blues, Jump blues, and R&B. Over a career that spanned seven decades, he said he had written almost a thousand songs and had recorded hundreds of them. McCracklin recorded over 30 albums, and earned four gold records.
Tracklist: 1. My Answer, 2. Beulah, 3. Every Night, Every Day, 4. Believe In Me, 5. I Don’t Care, 6. I Did Wrong, 7. Think, 8. Steppin’ Up In Class, 9. Someon, 10. Let’s Do It, 11. Just Got To Know, 12. Farewell. More albums from Jimmy McCracklin: Think by Jimmy McCracklin. Let’s Get Together by Jimmy McCracklin. Jimmy McCracklin Sings by Jimmy McCracklin. Every Night, Every Day by Jimmy McCracklin. Twist by Jimmy McCracklin. My Answer by Jimmy McCracklin. Yesterday Is Gone by Jimmy McCracklin. Same Lovin’ by Jimmy McCracklin. View all albums . My Answer.
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There's a ton of great McCracklin material patiently awaiting reissue - this LP boasts the infectious title item, a sinuous "Steppin' Up in Class," and a driving "My Best Friend," for starters.
Jimmy McCracklin played piano and sang in front of his band for over sixty years in styles ranging from West Coast Blues through R&B to Soul. Jimmy knew how to play a slow piano Blues, how to pound out a jumpin’ Boogie, a driving R&B tune and how to bring it down behind a smouldering Soul number. He could write in all these styles and he was very smart at changing with the times too. Jimmy was a founding father of the West Coast Blues sound of the post-War era and he kept on performing for over sixty years. Jimmy grew up in S. ouis, where his father introduced him to veteran pianist Walter Davis and this ignited an interest in the Blues. In 1991, Jimmy recorded a great album, ‘My Story’ for the Bullseye Blues label which included nine new songs recorded with an all-star New Orleans studio band. Two duets with Irma Thomas showed his voice was still sweet and his piano style still fluid.
The Bitter & The Sweet
My Best Friend
Steppin' Up In Class
I'm The One
Head Over Flip
I'll See It Through
adding white label promo variation, our copy has 'AUDITION RECORD' stamped on the back cover.
Think (LP, Album, Mono)
Think (LP, Album)
Performer:Jimmy McCracklin Genre: Funk / Blues Title: Think Country: US Released: 1965 Style: Rhythm & Blues, Soul MP3 version ZIP size: 1476 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1144 mb Rating: 4.7 Votes: 468 Other Formats: AU DXD AIFF VQF VOC MP3 ADX