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    Goltizuru

    6 years ago

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    Label: Philips - • Series: Applaus • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Jazz • Style: Dixieland Dutch Swing College Band* - Live Party! (Vinyl) | Discogs4/5(5).
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    Akizahn

    6 years ago

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    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Dutch Swing College Band* - Live Party! at Discogs. Complete your Dutch Swing College Band* collection/5(8).
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    Mijind

    6 years ago

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    Digal

    6 years ago

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    (/LAKE) 23 tracks, recorded incl. two previosly unissued songs.
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    Dura

    6 years ago

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    Bad for You Baby ( words) no match in snippet view article find links to article Bad for You Baby is the seventeenth and final solo album by Northern Irish blues guitarist and singer-songwriter Gary Moore. The album features a hard-rock-influenced.
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    Vuk

    6 years ago

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    One of the best-ever Nat Adderley albums, and a damn funky set of tracks that has a tight soulful feel! The session's got a similar feel to some of the other rare late 60s Milestone albums (like the 2 killers by Bobby Timmons!) – especially in that it's got a group that plays with the fullness of a larger ensemble, and who race in and out nicely, to support the funky solos of the leader.
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    Megor

    6 years ago

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    A live date in Monterrey was a classic and it is a pity that only one number is included here with tenorists Coleman Hawkins and Ben Webster excelling alongside the singer on ‘No rollin’ blues’. One of Witherspoon’s most memorable interpretations invokes a genuine party atmosphere on the uptempo ‘There’s good rockin’ tonight’.
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    Tojakus

    6 years ago

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    Early life. Tatum's mother, Mildred Hoskins, was born in Martinsville, Virginia, around , and was a domestic worker. His father, Arthur Tatum Sr., was born in Statesville, North Carolina, and had steady employment as a mechanic. In , they made their way from North Carolina to begin a new life in Toledo, Ohio. The couple had four children; Art was the oldest to survive, .