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The Bob Prince Tentette - Charleston 1970 album flac

  • Performer: The Bob Prince Tentette
  • Title: Charleston 1970
  • Size FLAC ver: 1144 mb
  • Country: US
  • Date of release: 1959
  • Other formats: MP1 WAV MP2 MMF AUD AHX WAV
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Rating: 4.9 of 5
The Bob Prince Tentette - Charleston 1970 album flac

Tracklist

Charleston 2:30
Ain't She Sweet 2:25
Five Foot Two, Eyes Of Blue 3:00
Sack Dress 3:08
Beat Charleston 2:27
Varsity Drag 2:38
Yes Sir, That's My Baby 2:36
My Charleston 2:43
Chapeau Cloche 2:15
Original Charleston Strut 2:49
Struttin' With Some Barbecue 2:48
Heebie Jeebies 2:00
Black Bottom 2:40

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WS 1276 The Bob Prince Tentette Charleston 1970 ‎(LP, Album) Warner Bros. Records WS 1276 US 1959
W 1276 The Bob Prince Tentette Charleston 1970 ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Warner Bros. Records W 1276 US 1959

Tracklist

A1 Charleston
A2 Original Charleston Strut
B1 Yes Sir, That's My Baby
B2 The Varsitiy Drag

Credits

  • Bass – Milt Hinton
  • Drums – Don Lamond
  • Guitar, Banjo – Barry Galbraith
  • Illustration – Harry Garo
  • Photography By – Hal Adams
  • Piano – Hank Jones
  • Producer – Bob Prince
  • Saxophone [Alto] – Phil Woods
  • Saxophone [Baritone] – Sol Schlinger
  • Saxophone [Tenor] – Al Cohn
  • Trombone – Billy Byers (tracks: A1), Frank Rehak (tracks: B1, B2), Urbie Green (tracks: A2)
  • Trumpet – Donald Byrd
  • Tuba – Don Butterfield

Notes

Recorded December 1958 and January 1959; Gold label, push-out centre; laminated picture sleeve

Charleston 1970 by The Bob Prince Tentette.

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Criteria: These 1970s Albums are ranked, giving equal consideration for their impact, influence, immediate & lasting popularity, and acclaim from critics & musicians. This list does not include 'Greatest Hits' or 'Compilation' albums. Blood On The Tracks (1975) - Bob Dylan 18. Never Mind The Bollocks Here's The Sex Pistols (1977) - Sex Pistols 19. Hotel California (1976) - The Eagles 20.

Prince was also active as a composer, arranger and producer in the jazz and pop field where he went by the name Bob Prince and contributed to several projects for Columbia Records in the 1950s. Contracted to the Warner Brothers label in 1959 he released four albums under his own name. Notable among these albums is Saxes Inc. which is arranged for an ensemble of twelve saxophones and rhythm section and features some of the top New York jazz and studio players of the time including Phil Woods, Gene Quill, Al Cohn and Zoot Sims. Charleston 1970 - Warner Bros. Saxes Inc. - Warner Bros.


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