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  1. Fenrijar
    Dec 04,  · I’m reminded of a quote from Martin Luther King, Jr: “it may be true that the law cannot make a man love me, but it can keep him from lynching me, and I think that’s pretty important.”.
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  2. Zolohn
    COUNT BASIE The Count Basie Story ( UK track 4-CD compilation set, a fully comprehensive run-down of all the vital Basie recordings & testimony to the greatest swing band ever, complete with illustrated page history booklet, with each part housed in its respective album jewel case containing unique album artwork, all kept in a nice outer slipcase box.
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  3. Faekasa
    Miscellaneous other corporate labels or distribution aggrements During the Audiofidelity Enterprises era, A/F became mostly a purveyor of recordings from other sources.
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  4. Musida
    “- Young Man in Coffee Shop: If you and I were married, I would want to give you what you need, that's all. I'm talking about taking care of each other as best you can. What's wrong with taking care of a woman? She takes care of you. - Susan Parrish: Well you'll have a .
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  5. Yozshujinn
    Joe Newman makes a keen tribute to his mentor, featuring a tart big band. Tracklisting: Basin Street Blues (Spencer Williams) You Can Depend On Me (Hines-Carpenter-Dunlap) Sweethearts On Parade (Lombardo-Newman) Back O'Town Blues (Russel-Armstrong) Pennies From Heaven (Johnson-Burke)
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  6. Mozuru
    The original pressing of the monaural LP was on red vinyl, while the original stereo pressing was on blue vinyl. As "Cast Your Fate to the Wind" began to climb the charts, Fantasy re-worked the album cover, first with a "flag" to indicate the presence of the song, and eventually by putting the song front and center, and submerging the album's.
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  7. JoJotaxe
    It still amazes me, when I go out and fly the T, and I'm looking at those little, short, skinny little wings, and that thing's flying. It's just amazing to me, even now. Gregory H. Johnson.
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  8. Mikagami
    I'm Still Swinging, an Album by The Joe Newman Octet. Released in on RCA Victor (catalog no. LPM; Vinyl LP). Featured peformers: Joe Newman (trumpet), Al Cohn (tenor saxophone), Urbie Green (trombone), Gene Quill (alto saxophone), Shadow Wilson (drums), Freddie Green (guitar), Eddie Jones (bass), Dick Katz (piano), Andy Warhol (cover art).4/5(1).
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  9. Mazutilar
    Titles on that one include "Stringin The Jug", "New Blues Up & Down", and "You Can Depend On Me". The other side of the record features Ammons in one of those great Prestige open-ended groups – with crack players like Art Farmer, Lou Donaldson, and Freddie Redd – all soloing long and soulfully on two tracks – "Woofin & Tweetin" and.
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