Deutsch English Español Français Italiano 日本語. More Images. Label: Hamp-Tone – 102. Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM.
Wendell Culley, Joe Morris (tp), Herbie Fields (cl, as, ts), Arnett Cobb (ts), Charlie Fowlkes (bar), Milt Buckner (p), Billy Mackel (g), Charlie Harris (b), George Jenkins (dr). Los Angeles, circa December 1945. Hamp-Tone 102, Classics 1071. Hamp-Tone 107, Classics 1071. Hamp-Tone 102, Classics 1071, Epm Musique JA159422. Note: The title of Classics 1071, a french CD released in June 1999, is "Arnett Cobb And His Orchestra: 1946-1947". Epm Musique JA159422 is a CD titled "Arnett Cobb: The Wild Man of the Tenor Sax, 1943-1947".
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Wendell Culley, Joe Morris, trumpet; Arnett Cobb, Herbie Fields, tenor sax; Charlie Fowlkes, baritone sax; Milt Buckner, piano; Billy Mackel, guitar; Charles Harris, bass; George Jenkins, drums. Los Angeles, CA, 1946. Hamp-Tone 102. H-J-002. Hamp-Tone 107. H-J-003. Hamp-Tone 102 Milt Buckner - Down Home, Arnett Cobb - Shebna Hamp-Tone 107 Arnett Cobb - Jenny, Herbie Fields - Gate Serene Blues. Arnett Cobb And His Orchestra. Home Cooking Records HCS-114 Arnett Cobb - The Wild Man From Texas. Willie Cook, trumpet; Joe Gallardo, trombone, piano; Jimmy Ford, alto sax; Arnett Cobb, tenor sax; Clarence Holliman, guitar; Don Jones, bass; Carl Lott, drums; Henrique Martinez, percussion.
For many, Arnett Cobb is the prototypical "Texas Tenor. His robust tone and aggressive playing were highlighted both with Lionel Hampton 's band and later on his own recordings. Highlights include the bluesy "Down Home," "Still Flyin'," "Running With Ray," and "Cobb's Idea.
In the Evenin' Blues feat. Hey, Ba-Ba-Re-Bop, Pt. 2 feat. Curley Hammer, Lionel Hampton, Gian Carlo Testoni.
Milton Buckner With Bass – C. Harris Clarinet – H. Fields Drums – G. Jenkins Guitar – W. A The Hamp-Tone All Mackell Piano – Milton Buckner Saxophone – C. Fowlkes Tenor. Shebna Bass – C. Mackell Piano – M. Buckner Saxophone – C. Fowlkes Tenor Saxophone – A. Cobbs Trumpet – J. Morris, H. Culley Written-By – Lionel Hampton.
Album: The Shy One, Jump Blues Magic. The Shy One: Best 2 songs. Arnett Cobb - I'm in the Mood for Love 02:55. Arnett Cobb - Take the a Train Alive: Live in New Orleans, 2015 06:35.
Publication date 1946. Digitizing sponsor Kahle/Austin Foundation. Contributor Internet Archive. These were recorded flat and then also equalized with Turnover: 37., Rolloff: -1. is the equalized version recorded with the . mil truncated conical stylus, and has been copied to have the more friendly filename. Matrix number: OM HJ 012 Catalog number: 103. Other IDs from the record include: (H-J-012-1).
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|A||–Milton Buckner* With The Hamp-Tone All Stars||Down Home
Bass – C. Harris*Clarinet – H. Fields*Drums – G. Jenkins*Guitar – W. Mackell*Piano – Milton Buckner*Saxophone – C. Fowlkes*Tenor Saxophone – A. Cobbs*Trumpet – J. Morris*, H. Culley*Written-By – Lionel Hampton
|B||–Arnett Cobbs* With The Hamp-Tone All Stars||Shebna
Bass – C. Harris*Clarinet – H. Fields*Drums – G. Jenkins*Guitar – W. Mackell*Piano – M. Buckner*Saxophone – C. Fowlkes*Tenor Saxophone – A. Cobbs*Trumpet – J. Morris*, H. Culley*Written-By – Lionel Hampton
- Manufactured By – Hamptone Records, Inc.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): 2 OM HJ 001
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): 3 OM HJ 004