Chanteur US né James Edgar Schwann le 18 Novembre 1912 à Cullman (Alabama).. Jimmy Swan a débuté dans la station de radio de Hattiesburg au début des années cinquante. Il fait un premier single en 1952 chez Trumpet avant de rejoindre MGM Records en 1953. Jimmy Swan a aussi enregistré pour Decca (60), JB (65-66) et Big Howdy Records (68). Il fut Disc Jockey sur WFOR en 1954 et disc jockey et chanteur sur WBKH en 1956. Jimmy Swan est décédé le 29 Octobre 1994.

Country Folk singer US bornJames Edgar Schwann  in November 18, 1912 in Cullman (Alabama), real name James Edgar Schwann. Jimmy Swan began in radio in the early 1950s of Hattiesburg station. He made a first single in 1952 on Trumpet before joining MGM Records in 1953. Jimmy Swan has also recorded for Decca (60), JB (65-66) and Big Howdy Records (68). He was a Disc Jockey on WFOR in 1954 and disc jockey and singer on WBKH in 1956. Jimmy Swan died October 29, 1994.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jimmy_Swan

Talents : Vocals, Guitar

Style musical : Honky Tonk, Traditional Country

JUKE JOINT MAMA (1952)

Triflin' On Me (1952)

COUNTRY CATTIN' (1956)

Honky Tonkin' (In Mississippi) (1965)

Rattlesnake Daddy (1965)

Years in activity :

1910 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 2000 10

DISCOGRAPHY

78 t. & Singles

08/1952 78 t. TRUMPET 176 (US) Jimmy SWAN / Cowboy JIM & His Range Riders - I Had A Dream / Juke Joint Mama
08/1952 SP TRUMPET 45-176 (US) Jimmy SWAN / Cowboy JIM & His Range Riders - I Had A Dream / Juke Joint Mama
08/1952 78 t. TRUMPET 177 (US) Jimmy SWAN & His Range Riders - I Love You Too Much / Triflin' On Me
08/1952 SP TRUMPET 45-177 (US) Jimmy SWAN & His Range Riders - I Love You Too Much / Triflin' On Me
02/1953 78 t. MGM 11450 (US) The Last Letter / Little Church (Jimmy Swan & The Tall Men)
02/1953 SP MGM K 11450 (US) The Last Letter / Little Church (Jimmy Swan & The Tall Men)
06/1953 78 t. TRUMPET 197 (US) Losers Weepers / Mark Of Shame
06/1953 SP TRUMPET 45-197 (US) Losers Weepers / Mark Of Shame
06/1953 SP TRUMPET 45-198 (US) Jimmy SWAN & His Range Riders - Lonesome Daddy Blues / One More Time
12/1955 SP MGM K12136 (US) Frost On My Roof   / Its Your Turn To Cry
04/1956 SP MGM K12226 (US) Hey, Baby, Baby / Why Did You Change Your Mind
10/1956 SP MGM K12348 (US) Country Cattin' / The Way You're Living (Is Breaking My Heart)
10/1956 SP MGM K12348 (US) Lonesome Man / Good And Lonesome
02/1960 SP DECCA 9-31043 (US) Jimmy SWAN & The Sons Of The South - No One Loves A Broken Heart / Don't Conceal Your Wedding Ring
05/1965 SP JB 102 (US) Honky Tonkin' (In Mississippi) / I Love You Too Much
1965 SP JB 105 (US) Rattlesnake Daddy / It Takes A Lonesome Man
1966 SP JB 109 (US) Walkin' My Dog / Asleep In The Deep
1968 SP BIG HOWDY 8107 (US) Good And Lonesome / Why Did You Change Your Mind







Unissued Tracks

1959 DECCA unissued - (Bear Family CD 15758 (#19)) I Love You Too Much 
1959 DECCA unissued - (Bear Family CD 15758 (#22))

It Takes A Lonesome Man

Album

12/1993 CD BEAR FAMILY CD 15758 (GER)

Honky Tonkin' in Mississipi - I Had A Dream / Juke Joint Mama / I Love You Too Much / Triflin' On Me / The Last Letter / The Little Church / Mark Of Shame / Losers Weepers / One More Time / Lonesome Daddy Blues / Frost On My Roof / Why Did You Change Your Mind / Hey, Baby, Baby / It's Your Turn To Cry / Good And Lonesome / Country Cattin' / The Way That You're Living / Lonesome Man / I Love You Too Much / Don't Conceal Your Wedding Ring / No One Loves A Broken Heart / It Takes A Lonesome Man / Honky Tonkin' (In Mississippi) / I Love You Too Much / It Takes A Lonesome Man / Rattlesnake Daddy / Asleep In The Deep / Walkin' My Dog / Good And Lonesome / Why Did You Change Your Mind

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