Lisbon Antigua - Earl Bostic - Earl Bostic Plays - 16 Sweet Tunes Of The Fantastic 50s (Vinyl, LP)


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  1. This is one of the better Earl Bostic compilation discs out there-grab it while you can. It would have been nice if they had included Earl's version of "Where Or When" from the wonderful Dance Time album (King ) but you still have most of his hits and a perfect introduction to this underrated saxophone master/5(6).
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  5. Listen to Earl Bostic on Napster Earl Bostic Greatest Hits. 16 Songs Main Releases Play Earl Blows a Fuse Earl Bostic Play Cruisin' the 50S & 60S Classics, Vol. 2 Various Artists Play The Best Big Band Jazz Various Artists Others Play Let Me Off Uptown The Revisionists.
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  7. Listed For Sale: earl bostic earl bostic and his alto sax Clear Filters.
  8. Sep 15,  · Earl Bostic: alto: Beechler m/p on a Martin Committee. Bostic used a tenor reed on his mouthpiece according to one web site. It is also claimed that Earl Bostic put a sliver of gillette razor blade in his mouthpiece to get that Bostic sound, i.e. similar to a removable spoiler in some Runyon mouthpieces. The razor apparently worked like a baffle.
  9. Earl Bostic: Earl Bostic Plays Sweet Tunes Of The Fantastic 50s: King Records (3) 7", 33 ⅓ RPM, Album, Stereo: US: Earl Bostic And His Orchestra: Earl Bostic And His Alto Sax Vol. 3: EP King Records (3) 7", 45 RPM, EP, US: Earl Bostic: The Best Of Earl Bostic: Contour: LP, Compilation, Reissue, UK: Earl Bostic: The.

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