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Earl Bostic - Bostic For You (Cassette)

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  1. Earl Bostic Earl Bostic And His Alto Sax Vol. 17 - Bostic Blows A1: Bugle Call Rag A2: I'll String Along With You B1: I Love You Truly B2: 'Cause You're My Lover: King USA: EP EP: 3: Earl Bostic And Bill Doggett Earl Bostic -- Bill Doggett A1: Bubbins Rock A2: Indiana B1: The Bo-Do Rock B2: Mean To Me: King USA: EP EP: 0.
  2. Earl Bostic - Dance to the Best of Bostic, Disc NM, Case NM, Format: Music CD, King Records. Jazz music CD release from Earl Bostic with the album Dance to the Best of Bostic. Released on the label King Records. Easy Listening music CD. This hard to find pre-owned music CD is /5(8).
  3. Earl Bostic And His Alto Sax Vol 10 Second Cover. King. KEP.
  4. Although primarily known as a smoothly raucous R&B bandleader, Earl Bostic has jazz credentials that go deep, with records that reveal a technique as good as Charlie Parker's. While Parker made history, and the honker "walked the bar," Bostic still deserves kudos for producing some of the most urbane early-'50s jump blues. And, like Art Blakey after him, he should be remembered for mentoring a.
  5. Earl Bostic (25 April – 28 October ) was an American jazz and rhythm and blues alto saxophonist. Over the course of his career he worked as a recording artist, bandleader and arranger. Bostic made his first recordings with Lionel Hampton before forming his own group in Throughout the s he released many rhythm and blues style records on the King label. His playing style was.
  6. Eugene Earl Bostic was born on April 25, in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He earned a degree in music theory at Xavier University in New Orleans and spent his formative years playing in territory bands that performed in South Western and Midwestern cities and towns during the early thirties. In , he moved to New York City and began to make a name.
  7. This cd features Earl Bostic playing later versions of songs he recorded in the early fifties. I believe the versions on this cd are from the later fifties, and they are great. Songs like "SLEEP","CHEROKEE",and "LINGER AWHILE"are given the classic Bostic treatment. If you want to hear one of the greatest sax players of all time,get this cd/5(5).
  8. May 18,  · Bostic was a master of the blues and he used this skill in a variety of musical settings. Although he recorded many commercial albums, some notable jazz based exceptions on the King label include Bostic Rocks Hits of the Swing Age, Jazz As I Feel It and A New crosanocacaralevovunreaupresfu.xyzinfoitions like "The Major and the Minor" and "Earl’s Imagination" display a solid knowledge of harmony.

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