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Money Is Honey - Howard McGhee - Special (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Artist: Jazz At The Philharmonic Howard McGhee Bill Harris Flip Phillips Illinois Jacquet Hank Jones Ray Brown Jo Jones Title: Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 9 Label: Clef Records MG Vol. 9 Release: US Format: Vinyl Record 12" LP 33 RPM Seller Rating: % positive.
  2. Classic West Coast session, long hailed by critics as one of the best to come out of the LA scene. Shorty Rogers leads a crack group of players (Art Pepper, Jimmy Giuffre, Bob Cooper) through a bunch of short swinging tracks that really have an edge to them. One of the best things Rogers ever did, released here on the original RCA 10" LP, in beautiful shape!
  3. It has been suggested that Atlantic Records UK be merged into this article. (Discuss) Proposed since September Atlantic R Missing: Howard McGhee.
  4. Money Is Honey Written-By – I. Hopkins*, S. Robin* D5 – Mary Ann McCall: I Want A Big Butter And Egg Man Written-By – L. Armstrong*, P. Venable* D6 – Mary Ann McCall: On Time Written-By – H. J. Rome* /5(4).
  5. Howard McGhee & the Blazers - House Warmin - Argo LP , mono, Deep groove. Vinyl is VG+/VG++ A few light hairlines and storage scuffs, none of which are deep enough to feel. Labels look VG+, faint spindle marks.
  6. Vinyl LP. Verve Records VOL 6. Mono, MGM Records, Inc. COVER: VG++ inspection stamp on back cover. VINYL: strong VG++. Grading is visual only unless otherwise stated. NM- is not NM! Its a grade above VG + + and below Near Mint - it does not imply perfect.
  7. Jazz Greats - The Milt Jackson - Howard McGhee Sextet / Dexter Gordon's All Stars - Somethin' Special LP vinyl record for sale. If you like Jazz, this would be a nice addition to your record collection. $ Add to cart More. In Stock. Showing 1 - 2 of 2 items. Vinyl LP Search.
  8. 2 For The Money LP (Item ) Mercury, Out Of Stock LP, Vinyl record album. Jimmy Smith It's Necessary. Mercury, Very Good+. Howard McGhee had a bit of a checkered recording career over the years, but the material he cut for Savoy was some of his strongest – and showed the bop trumpter as one of the more innovative.

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