Jimmy Raney



Jimmy Raney

Rating
Active
1944 to 1994
Born
August 20, 1927 in Kentucky
Died
May 10, 1995
Location
Louisville, Kentucky, United States
Genres
Reggae
Biography
Jimmy Raney (20 August 1927-10 May 1995) was an American jazz guitarist born in Louisville, Kentucky most notable for his work from 1951-1952 and 1962-1963 with Stan Getz and for his work from 1953-1954 with the Red Norvo trio, replacing Tal Farlow. In 1954 and 1955 he won the Down Beat critics poll for guitar. Raney worked in a variety of jazz mediums, including cool jazz, bebop, post bop, hard bop and mainstream jazz. Jimmy Raney began his jazz guitar career very early with the history showing he played in the Jerry Wald band in 1944 at age 17.

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Albums, Releases & Mixtapes


Momentum

Momentum

Jimmy Raney April 22, 2016

6 Tracks

The Vinyl Masters: Two Guitars

The Vinyl Masters: Two Guitars

Kenny Burrell December 11, 2015

7 Tracks

Blue Duke

Blue Duke

Jimmy Raney January 23, 2015

7 Tracks

Famous Hits

Famous Hits

Kenny Burrell January 16, 2015

7 Tracks

Some Other Spring

Some Other Spring

Jimmy Raney December 9, 2014

12 Tracks

Minor

Minor

Jimmy Raney August 1, 2014

12 Tracks

Nobody Else But Me

Nobody Else But Me

Jimmy Raney July 25, 2014

8 Tracks

One More for the Mode

One More for the Mode

Jimmy Raney July 25, 2014

12 Tracks

Crazy Rhythm

Crazy Rhythm

Jimmy Raney July 24, 2014

23 Tracks

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