Jimmy Mundy

Real Name:
James Mundy
Profile:
American jazz tenor saxophonist and arranger, born June 28, 1907 in Cincinnati, Ohio, died April 24, 1983 in New York City, New York.
Mundy worked with Erskine Tate, Carroll Dickerson, White Brothers, Elmer Calloway, Eddie White's Band, Duke Eglin's Bell Hops, Earl Hines and his Orchestra, Benny Goodman Orchestra.
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Albums

Hep 15 Jimmy Mundy - Groovin' High album art Gerald Wilson, Wilbert Baranco, Jimmy Mundy Gerald Wilson, Wilbert Baranco, Jimmy Mundy - Groovin' High(LP) HEP Records (3) Hep 15 UK 1977 Sell This Version
7 90139-4, 90139-4 Jimmy Mundy - Sonny Stitt & The Top Brass album art Sonny Stitt Arranged And Conducted By Tadd Dameron And Jimmy Mundy Sonny Stitt Arranged And Conducted By Tadd Dameron And Jimmy Mundy - Sonny Stitt & The Top Brass(Cass, Album, RE) Atlantic, Atlantic 7 90139-4, 90139-4 US 1984 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

TFE 17232, 462 179 TE Jimmy Mundy - Sounds Of Jazz album art Jimmy Mundy Sounds Of Jazz(7", EP) Fontana, Fontana TFE 17232, 462 179 TE UK 1958 Sell This Version

Compilations

HEP CD 48 Jimmy Mundy - They All Had Rhythm ~ '45 - '46 album art Benny Carter, Jimmy Mundy, Gerald Wilson Benny Carter, Jimmy Mundy, Gerald Wilson - They All Had Rhythm ~ '45 - '46(CD, Comp, Mono, RM) Hep Records (3) HEP CD 48 UK 2012 Sell This Version
VC-5026 Jimmy Mundy - The Great swing bands of the ‘40’s album art Jimmie Lunceford, Les Brown, Tommy Dorsey, Stan Kenton, Buddy Rich, Harry James (2), Sam Donahue, Jack Teagarden, Woody Herman, Charlie Barnet, Benny Carter, Boyd Raeburn, Jimmy Mundy Jimmie Lunceford, Les Brown, Tommy Dorsey, Stan Kenton, Buddy Rich, Harry James (2), Sam Donahue, Jack Teagarden, Woody Herman, Charlie Barnet, Benny Carter, Boyd Raeburn, Jimmy Mundy - The Great swing bands of the ‘40’s(LP, Comp, Mono) V-Disc Jazz Session Series, DAN VC-5026 Japan Unknown Sell This Version