Jim Hall was an American jazz guitarist, composer, and arranger. His discography consists of 39 studio albums, 10 live albums, 1 EP, 1 single, 10 videos, and 22 compilations, all released between 1957 and 2016. In addition, he was a sideman on numerous albums by other artists. 1957: Jazz Guitar (Pacific Jazz) reissued in 1964 with overdubbed drums as The Winner! (Fontana).
Jimmy Hall (born April 26, 1949) is the lead singer and harmonica player for the Southern rock group, Wet Willie. Hall was born in Birmingham, Alabama, and reared in Mobile, Alabama. He first gained notoriety in 1970 as the lead vocalist, saxophonist and harmonica player for Wet Willie. The band’s R&B-infused rock and roll style propelled its biggest hit, Keep On Smilin’, to the Top 10 on the Billboard singles chart in 1974.
In several respects, this is a very strange album, though the music isn't strange at all and is in fact quite typical vintage Jimmy Reed.
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Jimmy Hall appears on the new album produced by Joe Bonamassa and Josh Smith. Sweet Release also features contributions from Sam Moore, Double Trouble’s drummer Chris Layton and bassist Tommy Shannon along with former Allman Brothers Band guitarists Warren Haynes and Jack Pearson. Other artists appearing are Bonnie Bramlett, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Josh Smith, and Eagles member Vince Gill.