JAZZ ON SUNDAY: JIMMY SCOTT - SAN FRANCISCO 1995

August 9, 2020 – 3:33 pm

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JIMMY SCOTT & THE JAZZ EXPRESSIONS
San Francisco 1995 [Teddy Ballgame Archive, 2CD]

Live at the New Orleans Room, Fairmont Hotel, San Francisco, CA; March 5, 1995 (early and late show
). Very good soundboard.


Jazz vocalist Little Jimmy Scott, known for his high countertenor voice and his sensitivity on ballads and love songs, passed away in 2014. He was 88. His unusual singing voice was due to Kallmann syndrome, a rare genetic disorder that limited his height to 4 feet 11 inches (150 cm) until the age of 37, when he grew by 8 inches (20 cm). The syndrome prevented him from reaching classic puberty and left him with a high voice. - wikipedia

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Thanks to photoleon for sharing the show at Dime.

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Disc 1
Track 101. Intro 0:30
Track 102. The Jazz Expressions intro pt. 1 13:49
Track 103. The Jazz Expressions intro pt. 2 9:16
Track 104. Jimmy Scott intro 1:00
Track 105. All of Me 4:05
Track 106. So Dream 5:45
Track 107. [the players] 2:52
Track 108. Unchained Melody 6:23
Track 109. Pennies from Heaven 3:54
Track 110. Embraceable You 6:25
Track 111. I Cried For You 5:28
Track 112. [encore break] 0:51
Track 113. All The Way 6:53
Track 114. Outro 1:35
69 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Intro 0:37
Track 202. The Jazz Expressions intro pt. 1 12:30
Track 203. The Jazz Expressions intro pt. 2 8:23
Track 204. Jimmy Scott intro 0:48
Track 205. Blue Skies 4:16
Track 206. [the players] 3:42
Track 207. All The Way 8:09
Track 208. Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child 6:09
Track 209. Moonglow 4:14
Track 210. I Wish I Knew 7:16
Track 211. All or Nothing At All 4:33
Track 212. the Players/outro jam 2:11
63 mins

Lineup:
Little Jimmy Scott - vocals
Art Hillary - piano
Hilliard Green - bass
Kermit Walker - percussion
Eli Adams - saxophone

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  1. 28 Responses to “JAZZ ON SUNDAY: JIMMY SCOTT - SAN FRANCISCO 1995”

  2. Wow. Lovely set and an astonishing recording. Really high quality. For those genuine jazz fans on here, try this today!
    Superb!

    Thanks Big O!

    :)

    . . . . .waits for the dumb racist piffle . . . . . . .

    By swappers on Aug 9, 2020

  3. Thank you Big O, this is quality.

    By Alan on Aug 9, 2020

  4. Derrick, I stopped sending money to the LGBTQ organization when I found they don’t support hermaphrodites.

    By David Duke on Aug 10, 2020

  5. This man has large hands . Big hands and big feet usually mean big penis .

    By Dee Dee Longley on Aug 10, 2020

  6. Dee Dee he is black too. I’d call that a jack pot.

    By Derrick on Aug 10, 2020

  7. I wants to spunk all over mark and dee dee faces

    By Derrick on Aug 10, 2020

  8. i just started a new job clipping foreskins from lil boys. i make good tips

    By Derrick on Aug 10, 2020

  9. Rumor has it Jimmy had a Big Un

    By U L E on Aug 10, 2020

  10. Of course

    By U L E on Aug 10, 2020

  11. Not me commenting , more assholes . Jew bastard name hijackers

    By Derrick on Aug 10, 2020

  12. Hey Anti , DD triple h , been watching a lot of old nfl games on you tube from the 60s and 70s . Nice to see players actin respectful without all that coon in your face bullshit of today

    By Derrick on Aug 10, 2020

  13. No tattoos, dreadlocks and bullshit end zone celebrating. Just handing the ball to the ref after touchdowns

    By Derrick on Aug 10, 2020

  14. Also no sticky gloves to catch passes. They caught the ball with bare hands back then

    By Derrick on Aug 10, 2020

  15. Watched the 70 nfc championship game , Cowboys vs 49ers , everybody had class . No coon monkey celebrating. Just doin your job and walking of the field after a touchdown

    By Derrick on Aug 10, 2020

  16. Even black players like Bullet Bob Hayes and Dwane Thomas , Mel Renfro , a Cornell Greene had class , no dreads , or tats

    By Derrick on Aug 10, 2020

  17. Nice to see Dwane Thomas score touchdown in that game , simply hand the ball to the ref and walk off the field . These coons today would never have that much class . Everything is look at me . Damn I miss them days . That was real football. Today it’s coon monkey bullshit . I don’t miss sports at all . I hope the fuckin virus keeps all them coon monkeys of today away . Let em get real jobs , haulin garbage and shit . See how they like that

    By Derrick on Aug 10, 2020

  18. DD , nice to hear The late greats Ray SCOTT and Pat Summerall call that game . Summerall was still doin color commentating back then . Ray SCOTT called the Ice Bowl in 67 . Announcers were better back then too

    By Derrick on Aug 10, 2020

  19. DD , remember the great Baltimore announcer Chuck Thompson? He used to call all the Colts and Orioles games in the 60s and 70s

    By Derrick on Aug 10, 2020

  20. Remember him in the NBC booth wit Curt Gowdy during them orioles World Series 69 70 71. Thems was the days man . Everything sucks today . All sports

    By Derrick on Aug 10, 2020

  21. Pat Summerall was a legend man . Sure miss him calling nfl games. He teamed up wit Tom Brookshire in the 70s and then wit John Madden after that . Nobody today is nearly as good as them guys

    By Derrick on Aug 10, 2020

  22. Back then it was about the game itself . These days it’s all show . Too many motherfuckin commercials and coon monkeys actin like fools

    By Derrick on Aug 10, 2020

  23. Too much information Derrick…

    By HHH on Aug 10, 2020

  24. The last one not me derrick. I too miss the way sports were in the seventies. Black people became black apes by their behavior . It started about 1988 with two live crew and the hip hop movement. Before that black apes were black gentlemen . It showed on the football field and basketball court . When you score a touchdown, act like you’ve been there before. Hand the ball to the referee and cut out the Gorilla act . They won’t though . It’s in their modern DNA

    By HHH on Aug 10, 2020

  25. Derrick, ever notice how much better blacks spoke back then ? Education was the key . Black athletes like Bill Russell, Wilt Chamberlain , Muhammad Ali Lew Alcindor were college graduates. Maybe not Ali , but he was very smart ( remember those poems before his fights ? ) If you listen to Alcindor / Kareem today speak , he sounds like a college professor.

    By HHH on Aug 10, 2020

  26. Today most black ape athletes sound like they have a mouth full of food . That’s what happens when education becomes less important and colleges keep you around just because you can play ball . Back then education came first . Also you had to graduate to turn pro , these days it’s one and done . You go one year of college then you can go pro . No wonder we have a society of dumbass black ape savages. That and all of this baby mama crap . Black ape females with 10 kids by age 35 with 8 different baby daddy’s . When those little apes grow up , they repeat the cycle .

    By HHH on Aug 10, 2020

  27. Starr to Dowler , TOUCHDOWN . The late great Ray Scott calling all those Lombardi packer games in the 60’s great childhood memories. Not close today.

    By Don on Aug 10, 2020

  28. It’s too bad that you and I are such little bitches , triple h . I don’t feel no shame though . And who is this Don faggot ?

    By Derrick on Aug 10, 2020

  29. I’m angry!

    By David "Eunuch" Duke on Aug 10, 2020

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