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Struttin Slow

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  1. Uptite Records was a short-lived subsidiary of Fania Records that was established in to specialize in Soul and R&B music, specifically in light of the success of their breakout act, Joe Bataan. The Uptite imprint was strictly used for single releases only. Any subsequent album releases were released straight on the Fania label.
  2. Dec 26,  · Struttin’ with some barbecue, Swingin’ with the band. Like the happy people do, Way down in Dixieland. Hear that ol’ trombone And the trumpet ad lib. Love to hear the lick, While I do my pickin’ on a juicy rib. Cause I'm struttin’ with some barbecue, Feelin’ mighty grand. Pass another helpin’ please, Of that good ol’ Dixieland.
  3. Struttin' blues gonna find me again. Got my head spinnin' round Wonderin' when it's gonna stop Got my head spinnin' round Wonderin' when it's gonna stop. Out there, breeze is finally blowing No tellin' when the train pulls in My baby got her engine hummin' Struttin' blues gonna find me again. Got my head spinnin' round Wonderin' when it's gonna.
  4. STRUTTIN' I CHOREOGRAPHY: Jim and Adele Chico Oak Canyon Drive, Morgan Hill, CA () RECORD: Struttin' Around - Belco BB or BA.
  5. Cool Struttin ' is a album by jazz pianist Sonny basspenpelondoritletibidogstenspled.xyzinfobed as an "enduring hard-bop classic" by The New York Times, the album features alto saxophonist Jackie McLean, trumpeter Art Farmer and two members of the Miles Davis Quintet, drummer Philly Joe Jones and bassist Paul basspenpelondoritletibidogstenspled.xyzinfoing to The Stereo Times, the album enjoys "a nearly cult status among hardcore .
  6. Bunch, Flanigan - Struttin - basspenpelondoritletibidogstenspled.xyzinfo Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart. CDs & Vinyl Go Search Today's Deals Best.
  7. Cool Struttin’ is particularly representative, with its potent mix of bluesy, slow-grooving hard bop and mid- to uptempo bebop. Jackie McLean, one of the great alto saxophone heirs of Charlie Parker, is prominently featured alongside Farmer. Clark and the band stretch out on long takes—the new norm in this first decade of the LP era.

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