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Jimmy "Fast Fingers" Dawkins - Jimmy "Fast Fingers" Dawkins Album

Jimmy "Fast Fingers" Dawkins - Jimmy "Fast Fingers" Dawkins Album
Performer: Jimmy "Fast Fingers" Dawkins
Title: Jimmy "Fast Fingers" Dawkins
Country: US
Genre: Blues
Style:Chicago Blues
Catalog number: DC-623
Label: Delmark Records
MP3 album szie: 2123 mb
FLAC album size: 2336 mb


1Breaking Down5:32
2Little Angle Child4:00
3I Wonder Why3:07
4I Finally Learned A Lesson3:44
5Triple Trebles2:45
6Night Rock3:23
7You Got To Keep On Trying4:13
8I'm Good For Nothing5:14
9I Don't Know What Love Is5:57
10It Serves Me Right To Suffer4:10


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
DS-623Jimmy "Fast Fingers" Dawkins Jimmy "Fast Fingers" Dawkins ‎(LP, Album, Blu)Delmark RecordsDS-623US1969
DS-623Jimmy "Fast Fingers" Dawkins Jimmy "Fast Fingers" Dawkins ‎(LP)Delmark RecordsDS-623UK1971
GY 10 004Jimmy Dawkins Electric Blues Chicago Style Vol. 4 Jimmy "Fast Fingers" Dawkins ‎(LP, Album, M/Print, RE)GoodyGY 10 004FranceUnknown
DS-623Jimmy "Fast Fingers" Dawkins Jimmy "Fast Fingers" Dawkins ‎(LP, Album, RP, Blu)Delmark RecordsDS-623US1971
DD-623, 623Jimmy Dawkins Fast Fingers ‎(CD, Album, RE)Delmark Records, Delmark RecordsDD-623, 623US1998


  • BassErnest Gatewood, Joe Harper
  • DrumsLester Dorsie
  • GuitarJimmy "Fast Fingers" Dawkins, Mighty Joe Young
  • PianoLafayette Leake
  • ProducerRobert G. Koester
  • Recording SupervisorDave Antler
  • Tenor SaxophoneEddie Shaw
  • VocalsJimmy "Fast Fingers" Dawkins


Delmark Stereo DS-623

Address on cover:
Delmark Records
Seven West Grand, Chicago, Illinois
Printed in U.S.A

Address on label:
4243 N. Lincoln
Chicago 60618

Recording/Dave Antler, Sound Studios Inc.


  • Barcode: 0 3815306234 7


  • Recorded At – Sound Studios, Chicago

Short intro

Jimmy Dawkins. Fast Fingers. The Orchard Music от лица компании Delmark BMG Rights Management US, LLC, ARESA, LatinAutor и другие авторские общества 2. First released in 1969, after guitarist Jimmy Dawkins had served a long apprenticeship as a sideman in the Chicago electric blues scene, Fast Fingers remains one of the finest pure electric blues albums of its era. Dawkins proves to be a solid songwriter and an able singer, although the best moments on the album invariably come when he tears off a casually perfect, deeply soulful, but never showy electric solo. Jimmy Dawkins - Fast Fingers 1969. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Songs in album Jimmy Dawkins - Fast Fingers 1969. Jimmy Dawkins - It Serves Me Right To Suffer. Jimmy Dawkins - I Wonder Why. Jimmy Dawkins - I'm Good For Nothing. Jimmy Dawkins - Triple Trebles. Jimmy Dawkins - I Finally Learned A Lesson. Jimmy Dawkins - You Got To Keep On Trying. Jimmy Dawkins - Night Rock. Jimmy Dawkins - Little Angel Child. Album 1969 12 Songs. Blues free to Jimmy Dawkins Fast Fingers It Serves Me Right to Suffer, I Wonder Why and more. 12 tracks 50:51. Fast Fingers is Jimmy Dawkins first solo album. Hed played on some other Delmark releases, but now he headed his own group. 1 January 1969. This is a good album, but it kind of feels like itss a Sixties folk blues album, e. the market for the album is not the black community but the students at Chicago University. But there are moments of pure enjoyment here . Jimmy Fast Fingers Dawkins: American Chicago blues and electric blues guitarist and singer. He is generally considered to have been a practitioner of the West Side sound of Chicago blues. I Wonder Why. Fast Fingers, 1969. It Serves Me Right to Suffer, 04:11. I Wonder Why, 03:08. I'm Good for Nothing, 05:15. Triple Trebles, 02:46. I Finally Learned a Lesson, 03:47. You Got to Keep On Trying, 04:17. James Henry Jimmy Dawkins October 24, 1936 April 10, 2013 was an American Chicago blues and electric blues guitarist and singer. In 1969, thanks to the efforts of his friend Magic Sam, his first album, Fast Fingers, was released by Delmark Records. It won the Grand Prix du Disque from the Hot Club de France. In 1971, Delmark released his second album, All for Business, with the singer Andrew Odom and the guitarist Otis Rush. Jimmy Dawkins Format: Audio CD. Please retry. When Fast Fingers was first released in 1969, Jimmy Dawkins was recognized as a blues guitarist on his way up. He never has received the acclaim he deserves, but this record, his debut album still holds up, and showcases a talent that we are still bless to have with us