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One of the best jazz CD's of all time. 28 Feb. 2000
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
If I were going to be stranded on a desert island and could only take 2 CD's, this would be one. (The other would be Kind of Blue). This is quintessential late nite jazz. A classic.
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Have to admit to a preference for this disc even over ALL THE WAY 3 April 2011
By Hammer + Jazz - Published on Amazon.com
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Because of the song selection and arrangements (about 2/5ths to 1/2 the project) becoming mid tempo during this recording , not to mention the even more appropriate and sympathetic musicians paired with Jimmy , this recording has eclipsed even his 94' set mentioned above for me . This 96' date Has ; Milt Jackson (vibes) on several tracks , (pianist) Junior Mance , returning (bassist) Ron Carter , Peyton Crossley (drums) and saxaphone players Patience Higgins and Red holloway each getting a solo feature track all their own . Additionaly , you've got Rick Zunigar (guitar 2 tracks) and Mitchell Froom (organ 1 track) providing a little extra rhythm . Everyone plays absolutely wonderful . If you just get two Jimmy Scott discs , i'd recommend these two . This date is my Jimmy desert island pic though .
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uneven production 6 Jun. 1999
By Caponsacchi - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This simply isn't as satisfying an album as Scott's previous one--"All the Way." Not only is the audio occasionally inferior but flutter is noticeable on some of the piano work, esp. "Don't Take Your Love." Still, there are some fine swinging moments on "I Cried for You," with exceptional work by Milt Jackson.
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R.I.P. The Greatest Male Jazz Singer Who Ever Lived! 15 Jun. 2014
By Starr - Published on Amazon.com
Jimmy Scott passed on June 13, 2014. Sixteen years prior (1998,) I had visited my favorite music store in Cambridge, Massachusetts (Cheapo Records) in search of some Nancy Wilson albums. The owner, Alan, informed me that they were out of any Nancy Wilson titles and offered me (free of charge) a cassette called "Dream" by Jimmy Scott. He said, "If you like Nancy Wilson, you'll probably like Jimmy Scott."

Having been in the midst of a move that summer, the cassette ended up in a box of other cassettes that were packed up and ready to be transported to my new apartment (in the same city six blocks away.) While unpacking, I happened upon it and figured I'd give it a listen while I continued shuffling boxes around to their respective rooms/closets, etc...

Upon hitting "PLAY," I heard a woman's voice and wondered if perhaps I had hit the wrong setting on the cassette player and that it may have instead been stuck on the RADIO setting. Nope. Those little wheels were turning and after hitting PAUSE/PLAY, PAUSE/PLAY, I literally stopped everything I was doing to drink in the beauty of this man's very unusual vocals. I honestly thought I was listening to a FEMALE! That was all it took. In the following years, I had sought out more of his music and ended up buying eight titles on CD. I just couldn't get enough of that gorgeous voice with the incredibly wide vibrato.

Years later, while introducing Scott to a friend, I asked my friend to try and guess who the vocalist was. I got everything from "Ella" to "Sarah" to "Nina." Imagine the surprise of my friend when he realized what I realized years earlier! 'Nuff said.

This album, my first Jimmy Scott experience, holds such a special place in my heart and in my music library, as each track reveals the true beauty of this vocal master. I owe it all to Alan at Cheapo Records. Had it not been for my quest for Nancy Wilson albums, Alan never would have thought of introducing me to this amazingly gifted Jazz singer!

R.I.P. the greatest male Jazz vocalist who ever lived and God bless his wife and his family. :-(
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
This voice is an undiscovered national treasure 14 Feb. 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Jimmy Scott's voice should be a national treasure. Its androgynous quality may confuse those who like to categorize what they're listening to. (Is it a woman? A man? An angel?) This album is torch music at its most dramatic. All the tempos are slow; the alto voice wavers until you think it will break. Instead of trying to peg his precursors or his students, just listen and appreciate Mr. Scott as one-of-a-kind.
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