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|DOG9102||Noble "Thin Man" Watts*||King Of The Boogie Sax (Cass)||Wild Dog Records||DOG9102||US||Unknown|
|DOG 9102||Noble Thin Man Watts*||King Of The Boogie Sax (CD, Album, RE)||Wild Dog Records||DOG 9102||US||1993|
Noble „Thin Man Watts with Little Jimmy & The Bluzblasters Blues to Bop Festival.
Warren "King Fish" King. Engineer, Guitar, Vocals (Background). Lawson Buzz Montsinger. Arranger, Horn, Sax (Tenor). Noble "Thin Man" Watts. Composer, Primary Artist, Sax (Tenor).
King of The Boogie Sax. 1993. A less inspired follow-up to Watts's previous outings for King Snake.
Originally issued on King Snake Records in 1987.
Noble "Thin Man" Watts was one of the most incendiary. Watts enrolled at Florida A&M University in 1942 (his mates in the school marching band included future jazz luminaries Nat and Cannonball Adderly). Things got thin for the Thin Man during the '60s (45s for Sir, Cub, Enjoy, Peanut, Jell, Clamike, and Brunswick came and went without much notice) and '70s, but he mounted a comeback bid in 1987 with a fresh album, Return of the Thin Man, for Bob Greenlee's Kingsnake logo (later picked up by Alligator). King of the Boogie Sax followed in 1993 for Ichiban's Wild Dog imprint. Watts continues to work as a session saxist for Greenlee when he's not pursuing his own interests.
Noble "Thin Man" Watts was one of the hottest tenor saxman on the 1950s R&B scene. This was the era of honking tenor sax, when sax players, not guitarists, led the transformation of R&B into rock 'n' roll. Watts was one of the greatest exponents of that honking tenor style. Born in DeLand, Florida in 1926, Noble Watts started out playing piano, then progressed to the violin and trumpet before discovering the tenor sax in his teens. The album was re-released on Alligator in 1990. He followed up with King Of The Boogie Sax in 1993 for Ichiban Records' imprint Wild Dog. Watts continued to do some session work and live performances up until around 2000. He passed away August 24, 2004.
1. Boogie Sax. 2. Georgia Mule.
Noble "Thin Man" Watts (February 17, 1926 – August 24, 2004) was an American blues, jump blues and rhythm and blues saxophonist. He primarily played tenor saxophone Biography. Born in DeLand, Florida, Watts studied violin and trumpet in his youth, later switching to sax. He gained musical training at Florida A&M, where he played in the school's marching band with future saxophonist Cannonball Adderley. 1987: Return of the Thin Man. 1990: Noble & Nat – Noble "Thin Man" Watts and Nat Adderley. 1993: King of the Boogie Sax.
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