Music critic Bruce Eder called Letters the "most surprising, diverse, and possibly the most satisfying of all of Jimmy Webb's early solo LPs" and "arguably the best of Webb's solo albums". In his review of the album, Peter Reilly of Stereo Review wrote, "Jimmy Webb is the most important pop music figure to emerge since Bob Dylan."
- Early life
Webb was born on August 15, 1946 in Elk City, Oklahoma. His...
After transcribing other people's music for a small music...
- Emotional content of songs
Whilst some of Webb's songs are happy, such as "Up, Up and...
- Early life
James Kenneth Webb (August 28, 1957 – April 14, 2020) was a punk fashion stylist and the long-time manager of New York City's Trash and Vaudeville. Webb worked at Trash and Vaudeville from 1999 until the store moved off of St. Marks Place in 2016.
Jimmy Webb (born November 7, 1987) is an American professional rock climber specializing in bouldering. He is one of a handful of climbers who have climbed the boulder grade V16 (8C+). Webb was the men's winner of the 2013 Psicobloc Masters Series held in Park City, UT.
Tunesmith: The Songs of Jimmy Webb is a compilation album of songs written by Jimmy Webb and performed by various artists. Released in November 2003 by Raven Records, this two-disc compilation covers most of Webb's songwriting career, including some of his earliest recordings from the 1960s.
The two-disc compilation contains an insert with liner notes written by Glenn A. Baker.
The following is an alphabetical list of the primary artists represented on this compilation.
- Track listing
The Supremes Produced and Arranged by Jimmy Webb is the twenty-sixth studio album released by the Supremes on the Motown label in 1972. It was the only Supremes LP produced by a non-Motown artist, successful songwriter and producer Jimmy Webb, and was the last album to feature early-1970s Supremes lead singer Jean Terrell. Only one single from the album was released in the United States, the ballad "I Guess I'll Miss the Man" from the musical Pippin. Other non-Webb tracks included Joni Mitchell'
Besides being Jean Terrell's final Supremes album, The Supremes Produced and Arranged by Jimmy Webb was the first of only two Supremes' LPs to include vocals from member Lynda Laurence, the other being the live album In Japan! Laurence had replaced Cindy Birdsong earlier in 1972 and joined original Supreme Mary Wilson and Terrell for these sessions just prior to her official inclusion into the group. The Supremes Produced and Arranged by Jimmy Webb marked a departure from the Motown Sound that t
All songs produced by Jimmy Webb, except "I Guess I'll Miss the Man". All lead vocals by Jean Terrell except where noted
Only One Life: The Songs of Jimmy Webb (2003) Michael Feinstein; This Kind of Love (2008) Carly Simon; Cottonwood Farm (2009) Jimmy Webb & The Webb Brothers; Glen Campbell and Jimmy Webb: In Session (2012) Glen Campbell & Jimmy Webb; Raccolte. Tribute to Burt Bacharach and Jim Webb (1972) Archive (1994) And Someone Left the Cake Out in the Rain ...
Jimmy Webb songwriting Composition "MacArthur Park" was written and composed by Jimmy Webb in the summer and fall of 1967 as part of an intended cantata. Webb brought the entire cantata to the Association, but the group rejected it. The inspiration for the song was his relationship and breakup with Susie Horton.
Acclaimed singer, songwriter and composer Jimmy Webb was born on August 15, 1946 in Elk City, Oklahoma. His father was a Baptist minister. An avid lover of music since he was a little boy, Webb made his first public appearance as a performer playing the organ at his father's church. He also improvised, rearranged and re-harmonized hymns.
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