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8 thoughts on “ Yesterday - Willis Jackson - Smoking With Willis (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for WILLIS JACKSON Smoking With Willis MONO LP Shrink CADET Orig. Inner Sleeve DG at the best .
  2. Raw early stuff by Willis Jackson – and an album that has hard wailin' soul jazz solos by Brother Jack McDuff on organ and Wild Bill Jennings on guitar! Those two, plus Gator, make up the core of the combo that features additional backing by bass and drums, but you won't need to worry about the additional players, because the triple threat of tenor/organ/guitar will hold all your.
  3. Willis Jackson (born April 25, , Miami, Florida, USA - died October 25, , New York City, New York, USA) was an American jazz and rhythm and blues tenor saxophonist. He played with Cootie Williams, the singer Ruth Brown (to whom he was married) and .
  4. Greatest Hits of Wesley Willis [Vinyl] LP (12" album, 33 rpm) Wesley Willis Format: Vinyl. Wesley Willis Tribute Album. Willis is a lot like Hasselhoff if Hasselhoff was black and schizophrenice. They both wield a ridiculous amount of influence on the world today. I never got the chance to see Willis live before he died and he never got to /5(41).
  5. Artist Release Name guicocliazariwabalkorohargladde.xyzinfo Label Format Year Country; Willis Jackson: Gator's Groove - The Best Of Willis Jackson Volume One: BGP BGP Records: LP, Compilation.
  6. Biography. Born in Miami, Florida, Jackson joined Cootie Williams's band in as a teenager, and was part of it on and off until He toured as leader of the backing band of singer Ruth Brown whom he guicocliazariwabalkorohargladde.xyzinfon joined Prestige Records in , making a string of albums.. Jackson died in New York City one week after heart surgery, in October , at the age of
  7. LP, Vinyl record album The album's got Willis Jackson blowing in a very open, loud tenor tone – working with an unusual group that features Freddie Roach on organ, and Wild Bill Jennings on guitar – the former a hip, smooth keyboardist, the latter a rougher, bluesier player – making for a really nice mix of modes! There's a deep soul.

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