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.
Complete your Jimmy Reed collection. This album is the 1966 reissue of the Vee Jay Records 1962 original. Exodus Records was formed in 1965. Reply Notify me Helpful.
Just Jimmy Reed was originally released in 1962 on Vee-Jay Records and reissued by Collectables in 2000. This short ten-track set doesn't include any of Reed's most beloved hits ("Oh John" being the closest), but it does highlight material that could have been. Reed's patented swamp blues guitar and harmonica lines mixed with his uniquely lazy vocal style are in the forefront of tunes like "Let's Get Together," "Kansas City Baby," "In the Morning," and "Good Lover
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BPM Profile Just Jimmy Reed. Album starts at 127BPM, ends at 120BPM (-7), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Jimmy Reed. The Best of the Vee-Jay Years. T'Ain't No Big Thing But He Is Jimmy Reed.
Just Jimmy Reed, 1962. I'll Change That Too, 02:36. Let’s Get Together, 02:54.
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The secret of Jimmy Reed’s music was that this simple, bare-bones, laid-back style of Blues was just so easy to listen to. Jimmy’s laconic but rock-steady shuffle sound out-sold every other Blues artist from 1955 to 1961, scoring a dozen entries into the Billboard Hot 100 pop charts and selling many millions of records. His songs were covered by everyone from Elvis to the Stones and as his records were one of the key factors in the British Blues Boom, his work must be considered among the most influential in Blues history
|A1||I'll Change That Too|
|A2||Let's Get Together|
|A4||Take It Slow|
|B1||In The Morning|
|B3||Back Home At Noon|
|B4||Kansas City Baby|
|B5||You Can't Hide|
- Manufactured By – Monarch Record Mfg. Co.
NotesOval Vee-Jay logo on labels, Monarch pressing
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side): 62-2589 "MR" encircled Δ 4725
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side): 62-2590 S "MR" Encircled Δ 4725-X
|VJLP 1050||Jimmy Reed||Just Jimmy Reed (LP, Mono)||Vee Jay Records||VJLP 1050||US||1962|
|SL 10055||Jimmy Reed||Just Jimmy Reed (LP, Album, Mono)||Stateside||SL 10055||UK||1963|
|PCD-4302||Jimmy Reed||Just Jimmy Reed (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Pap)||P-Vine Records||PCD-4302||Japan||2006|
|SR 1050||Jimmy Reed||Just Jimmy Reed (LP)||Vee Jay Records||SR 1050||US||1962|
|VJLP 1050, LP 1050||Jimmy Reed||Just Jimmy Reed (LP, Album, Mono)||Vee Jay Records, Vee Jay Records||VJLP 1050, LP 1050||US||1962|