"Basket Full Of Blues"
With "Jeannie & Jimmy Cheatham And The Sweet Baby Blues Band"
"Gud Nuz Bluz"
"Luv In The Afternoon"
"Blues And The Boogie Masters"
"Back To The Neighborhood"
"Sweet Baby Blues"
"Concord Jazz Heritage Series" Compilation
"A Concord Jazz Christmas"
"Academy Awards In Jazz” Featuring On Two Pianos Roberta Como/Jean Cheatham
(With George Duvivier and Jo Jones)
(George Lewis says: Jeannie Cheatham I think really is the real star of this thing, If I can think of someone who really underpins everything about this record. She plays in every conceivable style. She can play classical music, contemporary music, she's playing the blues and the boogie; she wrote this boogie-woogie tune we're playing at one point. She's playing this strange organ in this sort of quasi-fight scene. So she's really tremendous on this thing).
“Changing With The Times” with MacArthur Genius Award recipient George Lewis
Jeannie and Jimmy’s song “Sweet Baby Blues” was recorded by Flora Purim and Airto on the recording “Wings Of Imagination”
Jeannie along with her husband, bass trombonist/arranger Jimmy Cheatham, appear on:
“Meet Grover Mitchell”
“The Devil’s Waltz”
Jeannie and Jimmy are featured with The Gene Harris / Rob McConnell / Frank Wess Concord Jazz All-Star Big Band on the recording "Fujitsu - Concord 26th Jazz Festival"
Jeannie also played and recorded with Marion McPartland’s “Piano Jazz”