Big Blues (Jimmy Witherspoon album)
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Big Blues is an album featuring Jimmy Witherspoon supported by a band of British jazz musicians. It was originally released in 1981, and was subsequently rereleased in 1997, the year Witherspoon died.
- "You Got Me Runnin'"
- "Whiskey Drinking Woman"
- "Once There Lived a Fool"
- "Just a Dream"
- "Lotus Blossom"
- "Big Boss Man" – Luther Dixon, Al Smith
- "Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out" – Jimmy Cox
- "That's the One"
- "Let's Think Awhile"
- "Swing on It"
- "Snow Was Falling"
- Jimmy Witherspoon – vocals
- Jim Mullen – guitar
- Peter King – alto saxophone
- Mike Carr – piano, electric piano, organ
- Harold Smith – drums
- Hal Singer – tenor sax
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