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  1. Jimmy Wimpfheimer – bass; John Wolf – trombone and bass trombone; Doug Woolverton – trumpet; Discography Studio albums. 1977 Roomful of Blues [reissued as The First Album] (Island; Varrick [1988]; 32 Records [1996]; Hyena [2003]) 1979 Let's Have a Party (Antilles; Room-Tone RT-102 [2004]) 1981 Hot Little Mama!

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  2. For Roomful ’ s 1980 album, Hot Little Mama, guitarist Ronnie Earl, bassist Jimmy Wimpfheimer and trumpeter Bob Enos were recruited. Earl added a sharper guitar tone to the band with his Fender Stratocaster (as opposed to Robillard ’ s mellower arch top sound), but the group retained their big band flavor nonetheless.

  3. I Want a Little Girl. (1981) Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson & Roomful of Blues. (1982) Blues in the Night Volume One: The Early Show. (1986) Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson & Roomful of Blues is an album by saxophonist/vocalist Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson and blues big band Roomful of Blues which was recorded and released by the Muse label in 1978. [1] [2]

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  5. 10 de mar. de 2019 · 1954-2019. "Jimmy" Wimpfheimer, a resident of Fort Lauderdale, FL passed on March tenth at Trustbridge Boca Raton Care Center, FL. He valiantly battled and endured major medical issues until he peacefully succumbed. Jimmy was known as a highly gifted upright bassist in the jazz and blues community.

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  7. 30 de oct. de 2000 · Former TOBA President, Breeder Wimpfheimer Dies. October 30, 2000. During his five-term presidency of the Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association, Jacques D. Wimpfheimer oversaw probably the ...