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Flying Saucer Boogie - Tiny Grimes & His Rocking Highlanders* - 1950

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  1. The bold performers responsible for "Federal Street Boogie" and "Why Don't You Eat It" remain unidentified. This compact gold mine of gloriously obscure good-time music will be ideal for backyard barbecues and brake-pumping bumper-to-bumper highway driving. Flying Saucer Boogie. Tiny Grimes / Tiny Grimes & His Rocking Highlanders. 20 8/
  2. Oct 23,  · hi, PM is not working at all but i´m interested on the paul desmond/jim hall RCA boxset. i can provide you an US destination (texas) so this is not a problem and payment through paypal.
  3. Sonny Payne CD discography Lester Young's blowing cool tenor while the band bounces on "John's Idea" and "Jumpin' at the Woodside." The set shifts to the s with " Special" and then to the s with "Softly, with Feeling.".
  4. Tiny Grimes - And His Rocking Highlanders - psychedelic.tegesharnuazar.infoinfo Music And His Rocking Highlanders St. Louis Blues 3. Tiny's Jump 4. Howlin' Blues 5. Marie 6. Boogie 7. Rockin' & Sockin' 8. Frankie And Johnny Boogie (Alt take) 9. Call Of The Wild (Alt take) Am I Blue Hawaiian Boogie
  5. Low prices on John Hardee discography of music albums at CD Universe, with top rated service, John Hardee songs, discography, biography, cover art pictures, sound samples, albums, etc. John Hardee discography Recordings. Complete, Vol. 2: - CD () Tiny Grimes & His Rocking Highlanders. More Music Artists.
  6. Tiny Grimes was one of the earliest jazz electric guitarists to be influenced by Charlie Christian, and he developed his own swinging style. Early on, he was a drummer and worked as a pianist in Washington. In , he started playing electric guitar, and two years later he was playing in a popular jive group, the Cats and a Fiddle.

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