Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson And The Muse Allstars - Live At Sandy's album flac
|High Class Baby||8:38|
|Railroad Porter Blues||4:05|
|My Man Sandy||8:48|
|Things Ain't What They Used To Be||8:10|
|MR 5208||Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson And The Muse Allstars||Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson And The Muse Allstars - Live At Sandy's (LP, Album)||Muse Records||MR 5208||US||1981|
|MR 5208||Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson And The Muse Allstars||Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson And The Muse Allstars - Live At Sandy's (LP, Album)||Muse Records||MR 5208||France||1981|
Label: Muse Records – MR(M) 5224.
Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson: все альбомы, включая Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson with The Cannonball Adderley Quintet: Back Door Blues, Mr. Cleanhead’s Blues, When The Sun Goes Down и другие.
Tracklist: 1. Cleanhead Blues, 2. Tune Up, 3. High Class Baby, 4. Railroad Porter Blues, 5. My Man Sandy, 6. Things Ain’t What They Used To Be.
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Recorded live at Sandy's Jazz Revival, Beverly, Mass. August 25 & 26, 1978. 1981 Muse Records Made and printed in France. Matrix, Runout (Runout side A, etched except stamped logo): M. 208. A-1 MCR 8e PRC. Matrix, Runout (Runout side B, etched except stamped logo): M.
Live at Sandy's is a live album by saxophonist Buddy Tate which was recorded at Sandy's Jazz Revival in 1978 and released on the Muse label in 1980. Jumpin' at the Woodside" (Count Basie, Eddie Durham) – 7:35. Blue Creek" (Buddy Tate) – 7:22. Candy" (Alex Kramer, Mack David, Joan Whitney) – 5:38. Tangerine" (Victor Schertzinger, Johnny Mercer) – 10:05.
Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson (born Edward L. Vinson J. December 18, 1917 – July 2, 1988) was an American jump blues, jazz, bebop and R&B alto saxophonist and blues shouter. He was nicknamed Cleanhead after an incident in which his hair was accidentally destroyed by lye contained in a hair straightening product. Music critic Robert Christgau has called Vinson "one of the cleanest-and nastiest-blues voices you'll ever hear. Eddie Vinson in May 1980. Vinson as the leader of his own band, circa mid-1940s - mid-1950s. Arnett Cleophus Cobb was an American jazz tenor saxophonist, sometimes known as the "Wild Man of the Tenor Sax" because of his uninhibited stomping style.