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9 thoughts on “ 8.45 Stomp - Earl Bostic - Sax ;O; Boogie (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Earl Bostic - 14 Greatest Hits music CD album at CD Universe, Both King smashes- Flamingo and Sleep -and 12 other essentials from by this sax-blowing R&B.
  2. Stomp, a song by Earl Bostic on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy.
  3. Still, my favorite cuts are those by Big Jay McNeely and Earl Bostic. In general, this music came from big band swing, simplifying and roughing up the beat and emphasizing the potential of the alto and tenor saxes to scream and preach like human voices, or it came straight from the blues and boogie woogie. There are cuts in this collection!/5(14).
  4. Apr 21,  · Earl Bostic - Bostic Rocks Hits Of The Swing Age (Full Album) - Duration: All That Jazz Don Kaart 6, views.
  5. EARL BOSTIC: King All His Hits CD $ 14 tunes from the master of the slick alto sax - That's The Groovy Thing Parts 1&2/ Stomp/ Where Or When/ Flamingo/ Sleep/ Blue Moon/ Blue Skies/ Harlem Nocturne/ September Song etc.
  6. The LP consisted of tracks which had previously been released as singles, mostly in and As with the other early Earl Bostic 12 inch LPs, this one went through several re-releases. It was reissued as King in with a new cover as shown below.
  7. Earl Bostic - Sax "O" Boogie Tracklist: Side 1: Bostic's Jump. Earl's Rhumboogie. Hot Sauce Boss. Stomp. The version on this LP is the same as the version on Charly LP "Earl Bostic Blows a Fuse." Rockin' And Reelin' on King (other side was "I Can't Give You Anything But Love") ripped from vinyl. Some cuts are a.
  8. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Earl Bostic And His Orchestra at the Discogs Marketplace. Explore. Discover. Explore All Earl Bostic Et Son Orchestre, Earl Bostic His Alto Sax And His Orchestra, Earl Bostic His Alto Sax And His Orchestra With Choirs, Earl Bostic His Alto-Sax And Barfly Baby / Bostic's Boogie Blues 2.
  9. 2. Stomp - King - (the b-side was Earl's Rumboogie) 3. Where Or When - King - (flip was Roses Of Picardy) 6. Blue Moon - from his King LP "Altotude" 7. Blue Skies - King - (the flip was Mambolino) 8. Harlem Nocturn - King - /5(3).

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