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jueves, 14 de junio de 2018

Earl Bostic • Dance To The Best Of Bostic

Side A
1. Flamingo
2. Always
3. Deep Purple
4. Smoke Rings
5. What No Pearls
6. Jungle Drums

Side B
1. Serenade
2. I Can't Give You Anything But Love
3. Seven Steps
4. I'm Gettin' Sentimental Over You
5. Don't You Do It
6. Steamwhistle Jump

Recording and original release details

“Serenade” (T7) and “Seven Steps” (T9) were recorded in New York, March 23rd, 1950. Personnel Earl Bostic (as) Count Hastings (ts) Gene Redd (vib) Clifton Smalls (p) Al Casey (g) Keter Betts (b) Joe Marshall (d)

“Serenade” was released as King 4369, “Seven Steps” was released as King 4387

“Don’t You Do It” (T11) was recorded in New York,October 13th, 1950. Personnel as above, except Eddie Barefield replaces Al Casey (g)

“Don’t You Do It” was released as King 4683

“Flamingo” (T1), “I Can’t Give You Anything But Love” (T8), “Always” (T2) and “I’m Getting Sentimental Over You” (T10) were recorded in New York, January 10th, 1951. Personnel Gene Redd (tp,vib) Earl Bostic (as) Count Hastings (ts) Clifton Smalls (p) Rene Hall (g) Keter Betts (b) Jimmy Cobb (d)

“I Can’t Give You Anything But Love” was released as King 4437, “Flamingo” bw “I’m Getting Sentimental Over You “was released as King 4475, “Always” was released as King 4454

“Steamwhistle Jump” (T12) was recorded in New York, December 17th, 1952. Personnel Richard Blue Mitchell (tp) Earl Bostic (as) Ray Felder (ts) Gene Redd (vib) Joe Knight (p) Mickey Baker (g) Ike Isaacs (b) George Brown (d)

“Steamwhistle Jump” was released as King 4603

“What No Pearls” (T5) was recorded in Los Angeles, June 6th, 1953. Personnel Blue Mitchell, Tommy Turrentine (tp) Earl Bostic (as) Stanley Turrentine (ts) Luis Rivera (p) Herman Mitchell (g) Mario Delagarde (b) Albert Bartee (d)

“What No Pearls” was released as King 4644

“Deep Purple” (T3), “Smoke Rings” (T4) and “Jungle Drums” (T6) were recorded in Cincinnati, August 24th, 1953. Personnel Blue Mitchell, Tommy Turrentine (tp) Earl Bostic (as) Stanley Turrentine (ts) Edward Richley (vib) Alexander Sample (p) Charles Grayson (g) Bob Burton (b) Granville Hogan (d)

“Smoke Rings” bw “Deep Purple” was released as King 4674, “Jungle Drums” was released as King 4708

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