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8 thoughts on “ Jungle Drums - Earl Bostic - The Best Of Earl Bostic (CD)

  1. This album's front cover is a b&w illustration based a photo of Earl's head that's superimposed on four large red and orange squares. Early in his jazz career, alto saxophonist Bostic was influenced by Sidney Bechet and Benny Carter. He in turn was John Coltrane's mentor. In the late s Earl began playing a raspy, biting style of jump music sax/5(8).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Best Of Earl Bostic on Discogs. Label: King Records (3) - KCD • Format: CD Compilation, Remastered • Country: US • Genre: Jazz •4/5(1).
  3. Aug 10,  · The Earl Bostic King LPs with issue numbers , , , , , , , , exist in basically two totally different versions: a) the mono issue b) the stereo issue/5(16).
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Best Of Earl Bostic on Discogs. Label: King Records (3) - KCD • Format: CD Compilation, Remastered • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Jungle Drums: 7: Serenade: 8: I Can't Give You Anything But Love Notes The front reads as title: "Dance To The Best /5(7).
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Best Of Earl Bostic on Discogs. Label: King Records (3) - ,Regency (2) - • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation, Mono • Country: Canada • Genre: Jazz • Style: Cool Jazz, Swing.
  6. - The Best Of Bostic - Earl Bostic [] Original issue has Earl Bostic on cover. Reissued in the late s as "Dance To The Music Of Earl Bostic" King with a cover featuring a girl in a swimsuit. Track B6 "Steamwhistle Jump" is credited to Earl Bostic but it's indeed "Take The A Train" written by Billy Strayhorn/5(5).
  7. The Best of Earl Bostic, Volume 2, King () A New Sound by Earl Bostic (featuring Richard "Groove" Holmes), King () Earl Bostic Plays the Great Hits of , King () Memorial to Earl Bostic: 24 Tunes That Earl Loved the Most!, King () [2LP] Harlem Nocturne, King () 14 Original Greatest Hits, King/Gusto.
  8. Aug 24,  · Benny Golson, who called Bostic "the best technician I ever heard in my life," mentioned that "He could start from the bottom of the horn and skip over notes, voicing it up the horn like a guitar.

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