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Post subject: Interesting Instrumentals  PostPosted: Jun 05, 2009 - 12:59 PM
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Just been and put my " hand in " and pulled out to play

The TRONICS

PICKIN' AND STOMPIN' ( marked as side 2 )
( written by Renee Hall and Baker Knoight )

CANTINA ( marked as side 1 )
( written by Baker Knight )

Mine is a UK release FONTANA H 348 ....... booked at 18

Issued in the STATES on LANDA 676

Pickin' And Stompin' is the side to play and
may well have been the A side in the States

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Post subject: RE: Interesting Instrumentals  PostPosted: Jun 06, 2009 - 11:48 AM
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Here is one on US COLUMBIA

MONGO SANTAMARIA is a favourite artist of mine - bought LOADS of albums by him in the 1960's

This one is called........... BONITA The number is 4 - 44452


Other side is SUGAR CANE HOMBRE

Both sides are written by D CLOWNEY and arranged by MARTY SHELLER


Mine is a Radio Station copy

Usual driving rhythms featuring percussion and piano overlaid with HOT BRASS licks

Hope I have made that sound good - it's worked for me - I am going to play it again ( lol )

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Post subject: RE: Interesting Instrumentals  PostPosted: Jun 06, 2009 - 12:27 PM
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I thought I would add another

It is VERY well known but my copy is VIRTUALLY MINT - It is like playing a NEW record

It is a TRI - CENTRE RCA releasse 45 - RCA 1096 from I guesss 1958

It is a re-issue of LITTLE BROWN JUG by Glen Miller

As they are celebrating the 65th Aniversary of D Day TODAY - I think it is only right to play it


SUPERB reproduction - It was of course pressed by UK DECCA

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Post subject: RE: Interesting Instrumentals  PostPosted: Jun 25, 2009 - 03:01 PM
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I am just playing my favourite WILLIE MITCHELL track

PRAYER MEETING ( it is backed with RUM DADDY ) from 1968

My copy is on ( UK ) LONDON HLU 10215

In the STATES both sides were issued on

HI 2147

It is so good I have just played it TWICE

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Post subject: RE: Interesting Instrumentals  PostPosted: Aug 03, 2009 - 03:31 PM
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Well the first three I posted had no piccy

So lets try one WITH a scan


I recently acquired a record by BOOTS RANDOLPH AND HIS COMBO on UK LONDOM MOONUMENT


I first heard the tune by CHET ATKINS in the 60's


WINDY AND WARM backed with LONELY STREET

The composer credits for WINDY AND WARM is L.............OUDERMILK



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Post subject: RE: Interesting Instrumentals  PostPosted: Aug 04, 2009 - 04:29 PM
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I mention CHET ATKINS in the last post


Last week I had a single arrive but was not able to play it until today


So I have been enjoying it several times !


It is called HOCUS POCUS



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Post subject: RE: Interesting Instrumentals  PostPosted: Aug 09, 2009 - 09:09 AM
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And now for something a loittle bit different

THE TUNE ROCKERS .................. THE GREEN MOSQUITO

From 1958

Issued on a BLACK TRI centre UK LONDON single the track was takem from UNITED ARTISTS

You can hear the BUZZZZZZZZ of the MOSQUITO......................( honest )



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Post subject: RE: Interesting Instrumentals  PostPosted: Aug 09, 2009 - 09:42 AM
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That was one of the 45's that looked too fun to pass up at the show in Calgary this past May.
This one is a US copy on United Artists UA 139 X
 
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Post subject: RE: Interesting Instrumentals  PostPosted: Aug 09, 2009 - 01:00 PM
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I was spinning some recent finds yesterday and this one definitely deserves mention in this thread:

The Amherst Saxophone Quartet - An American Classic Eubie Blake (The Music Of James Hubert Blake), Musical Heritage Society MHS-4368, 1981

Very interesting to hear a saxophone quartet cover Blake's piano compositions. I like this record a lot and recommend it.

Blake liked it too. Here's what he wrote about it:

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"These boys of the Amherst Saxophone Quartet are fine musicians and they play my music just the way I meant it to be played. I'm proud that they enjoy performing my compositions and do it so well. This recording is a very special present to receive on my 98th birthday, and my wife and I certainly appreciate it."
 
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Post subject: RE: Interesting Instrumentals  PostPosted: Aug 10, 2009 - 03:55 AM
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Thanks Cactus ..sounds pretty good to me

The problem wih posting pictures on a thread such as this is that you risk being moved to the GALLERY section It has just happened to me on another thread

I must remember to post fewer pictures in future

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