The Very Best of Jimmy Reed - Jimmy Reed

The Very Best of Jimmy Reed

Jimmy Reed

  • Genre: Blues
  • Release Date: 2005-03-22
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 16
  • ℗ 2003 The Tomato Music Works Ltd.

The Very Best of Jimmy Reed ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
Baby What You Want Me to Do Jimmy Reed 2:24
You Got Me Dizzy Jimmy Reed 2:46
I Ain't Got You Jimmy Reed 2:15
Take Out Some Insurance Jimmy Reed 2:19
Shame, Shame, Shame Jimmy Reed 2:49
Big Boss Man Jimmy Reed 2:46
Goin' to New York Jimmy Reed 2:17
The Sun Is Shining Jimmy Reed 2:50
Bright Lights, Big City Jimmy Reed 2:36
Hush, Hush Jimmy Reed 2:29
Ain't That Loving You Baby Jimmy Reed 2:13
Aw Shucks, Hush Your Mouth Jimmy Reed 2:21
Honest I Do Jimmy Reed 2:51
Found Love Jimmy Reed 2:17
Little Rain Jimmy Reed 3:09
You Don't Have to Go Jimmy Reed 3:03


  • Simply awesome

    By Lee07111972
    Simply awesome just doesn’t begin to describe it.
  • JohnHenryPayton Blues

    By Mona Payton
    I grew up listening to Jimmy from my daddy. That's the only song he will hisself,when he's mad are get the blues.He will get his Guitar and hum this song.and play it for hours.I show miss my father..No one plays or sing like him. Ain't that lovely the main he's gone from us.He will always be missed,By his children.Aug.18,2013 died from cancer...@ the age off 74.. Mona Macon Payton, love & miss her dad.
  • Wish the sound quality was better

    By thisisdamike
    I love the album content. However the sound quality isn't great. Is there a better re-mastered set of recordings out there?
  • Best of Jimmy Reed

    By BEJonesBluesman
    For anyone who loves music. Period.
  • Jim-Eye

    By King Leon V
    I grew up in a small town in Texas (50s & 60s). In High School you either listened to Country or R&R. I was in the R&R crowd. At the time my school was still segregated. However, I lived on the side of town that was closest to the area where the blacks lived, and developed a friendship with a couple of the black guys. It was one of those guys who turned me on to Jim-Eye (supposedly, according to my friend, thats how he was known amongst his black fans). Well, after hearing his music he gained a white fan. For the casual listener, or those of you who want to get to know Jimmy's music, this is one hellavu download.
  • Bubba

    By mohri333
    All his albums were 5 stars. While goin to highschool in the 60's in Ft Worth we used frequent a mixed race dancehall/juke joint called The Skyliner Ballroom (bring your own bottle $1 for a setup) Jimmy played every Fri-Sat night. He played drunk most of the time and his wife would stand nearby and help him with the lyrics he couldn't remember since there was a bottle of Jack on the floor next to his stool. He was one of the greatest bluesmen ever and we cherish the memories of seeing him live during our highscool and early college years. Bubba, San Antonio

    By BwanaEast
    These are great records. Take Out Some Insurace is one of my older brothers favorites. Took me thirty years to realize how hip my older brother is.
  • this boy can sang

    By peckingit
    i love this style of blues! jimmy songs are short, but effective and to the point!!!
  • High notes

    By TimothyP
    Jimmy likes rolling with the high notes on his harp, unique, pleasing and satisfying, like cleaning your ears of ear wax. You will like the effect and never foget it! I do not agree that it all sounds alike, but I do agree that it all sounds good.
  • Very Best of Jimmy Reed

    By turkey wayne
    Wonderful 60's Blue's music. His life was too short lived.