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Blues - Released March 22, 2005 | Document Records

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Blues - Released September 1, 2010 | Master Classics Records

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Soul - Released October 16, 2007 | Rhino Atlantic

Jimmy Yancey was one of the pioneer boogie-woogie pianists, but unlike many of the other pacesetters, he had a gentle and thoughtful style that also crossed over into the blues. This Atlantic LP from 1972 contains Yancey's final recordings, cut just eight weeks before his death from diabetes. The pianist is in fine form on these introspective and often emotional performances which, with the exception of Meade "Lux" Lewis' "Yancey Special" and the traditional "Make Me a Pallet on the Floor," are comprised entirely of Yancey's originals. His wife, Mama Yancey, takes five memorable vocals on this memorable set of classic blues. © Scott Yanow /TiVo
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Blues - Released February 12, 2007 | Rhino Atlantic

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Blues - Released June 29, 2016 | American Style

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Jazz - Released July 31, 2013 | Pink Dot Records

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Jazz - Released January 1, 1957 | BnF Collection

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Blues - Released October 11, 2009 | Ling Music Group

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Blues - Released July 24, 2015 | Saar srl

Although he is not as well known as many of his contemporaries, several of which he actually influenced, Chicago boogie-woogie pianist Jimmy Yancey had a kind of refreshingly gentle tone in his playing that set him apart from most players who depended on speed and attack to win over audiences. Yancey worked most of his adult life as a groundskeeper at the Chicago White Sox's Comiskey Park, and never depended on his piano abilities to earn a living, which may account for his generally soothing sound, even on his more robust numbers, since he played more for joy than for rent money. This set features his wife, blues singer Estelle "Mama" Yancey, singing on a few tracks, and while Yancey's late-'30s and early-'40s material is probably the place to start, this makes a suitable second choice. Highlights include his signature tune, "Yancey Special," and a pair of Chicago-centric boogies, "South Side Stuff" and "White Sox Stomp." © Steve Leggett /TiVo
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Blues - Released March 22, 2005 | Document Records

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Blues - Released January 2, 1999 | History

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Blues - Released December 23, 2013 | Jazzology

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Blues - Released August 19, 2010 | SINETONE AMR

Traditional Jazz & New Orleans - Released December 1, 1954 | Planet Blue Records

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Jazz - Released June 18, 2020 | Easy Street Stomp Muzik Tm

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Gospel - Released January 7, 2020 | Golden Bridge Records

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Jazz - Released January 1, 2000 | CoolNote

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Blues - Released May 9, 2011 | The Dave Cash Collection - OMP

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Blues - Released September 2, 2020 | JB Production

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Jazz - Released March 12, 2019 | Black & Partner Licenses LLC