Jimmy Scott - I Go Back Home - A Story About Hoping And Dreaming (2LP, Limited Edition, Numbered)
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James Victor Scott (July 17, 1925 – June 12, 2014), known professionally as Little Jimmy Scott or Jimmy Scott, was an American jazz vocalist known for his high natural contralto voice and his sensitivity on ballads and love songs.
After success in the 1940s and 1950s, Scott's career faltered in the early 1960s. He slid into obscurity before a comeback in the 1990s. His unusual singing voice was due to Kallmann syndrome, a rare genetic disorder that limited his height to 4 feet 11 inches (150 cm) until the age of 37, when he grew by 8 inches (20 cm). The syndrome prevented him from reaching classic puberty and left him with a high voice and unusual timbre.
Label: Eden River Records ERR-LP-01
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Numbered
A1 Motherless Child - Featuring Joey Defrancesco
A2 The Nearness Of You - Duett With Joe Pesci
A3 Love Letters - Duett With Oscar Castro Neves
B1 Easy Living - Featuring Joey Defrancesco
B2 Someone To Watch Over Me - Featuring Renee Olstead
B3 How Deep Is The Ocean - Featuring Kenny Barron
C1 If I Ever Lost You - Featuring Till Brönner
C2 For Once In My Life - Duett With Dee Dee Bridgewater
C3 I Remember You - Tribute To Jimmy Scott - Featuring Monica Mancini & Arturo Sandoval
D1 Everybody Is Somebody's Fool - Featuring James Moody
D2 Folks Who Live On The Hill - Tribute To Jimmy Scott - Featuring Joe Pesci
D3 Poor Butterfly - Featuring Gregoire Maret