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Im Going On In His Name - Jimmy Jones (17) And The Sensationals (2) / Unknown Artist - Im Going On In His Name / Charlie Brown (Shellac)

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  1. An unusual piano stylist (who sometimes played complex block chords) and a masterful accompanist for singers, Jimmy Jones had his first important job playing and recording with Stuff Smith (). After working with J.C. Heard (), he was Sarah Vaughan's pianist ( and ) with a two-year illness separating his two long stints.
  2. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Jimmy Jones & the Sensationals - The Sensationals on AllMusic - - Earth-shaking bass singer backed by exciting.
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  4. Upon returning to the states, Jim says he went by the common name James Jones for 15 years. It wasn't until they used the name Jim at work that he took the name back. "I realized that's who I am. I'm Jim Jones Jr. I'm the African-American son that was adopted in Indiana by a Caucasian family.
  5. When his friend and longtime supporter Dr. Carlton Goodlett – a physician as well as a newspaper publisher – examined the Temple leader during a visit to Jonestown in August , he expressed his concern about the persistent high fever and urged Jones .
  6. Features Tom Jones Scores His First No.1 With ‘It’s Not Unusual’ When year-old Tom Jones released his second single for Decca Records in , it seemed to take the world by surprise.
  7. Jimmy Jones, Soundtrack: Jennifer Eight. Jimmy Jones was born on June 2, in Birmingham, Alabama, USA as James Jones. He was married to Mattie Jones. He died on August 2, in Aberdeen, North Carolina, remistforsaleclinsregonexluesempho.xyzinfotion: Soundtrack.
  8. All the singles and albums of JIMMY JONES, peak chart positions, career stats, week-by-week chart runs and latest news.
  9. Note that there was another Jimmy Jones on Savoy, a Gospel bass singer (this is possibly why Jimmy's name was spelled "Jimmie" in the release). Jimmy's follow-up solo on Cub was "Good Timin'," backed with "My Precious Angel" (two more masters purchased from Shalimar Music) which did almost as well (#3 and fifteen weeks on the charts).

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