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Mojo - Booker Ervin - Thats It! (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. That's It, an Album by Booker Ervin. Released in on Candid (catalog no. CJM ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Hard Bop. Featured peformers: Booker Ervin (tenor saxophone), George Tucker (bass), Horace Parlan (piano), Al Harewood (drums), Nat Hentoff (supervisor, liner notes), Bob D'Orleans (engineer), Frank Gauna (design, photography).
  2. Mojo Composed By – Booker Ervin: A2: Uranus Composed By – Booker Ervin: A3: Poinciana Lyrics By – Buddy Bernier Music By – Nat Simon: B1: Speak Low Lyrics By – Ogden Nash Music By – Kurt Weill: B2: Booker's Blues Composed By – Booker Ervin: B3: Boo Composed By – Booker Ervin: /5(26).
  3. For interested parties experiencing sticker shock for the prices this collectable is now fetching in the Marketplace, know that this very same material has been reissued with two other early Ervin efforts as Booker Ervin Sextet, Quintet and Quartet. The Book Cooks / Cookin / Thats It!/5(3).
  4. Booker Ervin was a true original. He was originally a trombonist, but taught himself tenor while in the Air Force (). After studying music in Boston for two years, he made his recording debut with Ernie Fields' R&B band (). Ervin gained fame while playing with Charles Mingus (off and on during ), holding his own with the volatile bassist and Eric Dolphy. He also led his.
  5. That's It, an Album by Booker Ervin. Released in (catalog no. Pure Pleasure/Candid CJS ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Hard Bop.
  6. Feb 17,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of That's It! on Discogs. Label: Candid - CJM • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Mono • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Booker Ervin - That's It!/5(5).
  7. Booker Ervin, who always had a very unique sound on the tenor, is heard in prime form on this quartet set. In virtually all cases, the jazz and blues musicians who recorded for Candid in (during its original brief existence) were inspired and played more creatively than they did for other labels.
  8. A tremendous non-Prestige moment from tenorist Booker Ervin – one of his first albums ever as a leader, and a record that bristles with 60s modern energy! The group here is only a quartet – with Horace Parlan on piano – and the album's got Booker's amazing tenor right out front, played with those angular, searching tones that are heard most famously on the Space and Freedom.

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