Jimmy Raney

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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 Read more on Last.fm

Al Haig & Jimmy Raney
Freedom Jazz Dance
Album (2010)
Jimmy Raney
Two Jims & Zoot
Album (2009)
Jimmy Raney
Jimmy Raney featuring Bob Brookmeyer
Album (2006)
Stan Getz & Jimmy Raney
Complete Studio Sessions
Album (2003)
Jimmy Raney
A
Album (1999)
Jimmy Raney
Visits Paris, Volume 2
Album (1996)
Kenny Burrell & Jimmy Raney
Two Guitars
Album (1996)
Jimmy Raney & Doug Raney
Stolen Moments
Album (1989)
Jimmy Raney & Martial Solal
The Date
Album (1981)
Jimmy Raney
Here's That Raney Day
Album (1980)
Jimmy Raney & Doug Raney
Duets
Album (1980)
Jimmy Raney
The Influence
Album (1976)
Jimmy Raney
Strings & Swings
Album (1969)
Jimmy Raney
In Three Attitudes
Album (1957)