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Don Wilkerson - The Texas Twister (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Mar 03,  · Don Wilkerson – Elder Don Blue Note BLP Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono US A1 Senorita Eula (Wilkerson) A2 San Antonio Rose (Bob Wills) A3.
  2. * Blue Note BLP , BST Don Wilkerson - Shoutin' = Blue Note 5 2 2 Don Wilkerson - The Complete Blue Note Sessions. (age 47) Don Wilkerson / From Album IN THE SHADOW OF THE BLUES. John D. Wilkerson as Don Wilkerson, vocals, alto .
  3. Texas tenorman Don Wilkerson's debut recording, "The Texas Twister," is a solid affair. After working with Wilkerson in Florida in the mids, Cannonball Adderley decided to give him a recording date while he was producing for the Riverside label.4/5(1).
  4. It was in that Adderley produced The Texas Twister, Wilkerson 's first album as a leader. The tenor man (who was 27 at the time) shows a lot of promise on this album, embracing standards as well as bop-oriented material by Adderley, pianist Barry Harris, and obscure Texas musician Jim Martin.6/
  5. Mar 16,  · LP " Preach Brother! " Blue Note Records perdoucaderattfi.giodiafiodriloporimbudlegapertchep.infoinfo credits: Don Wilkerson - tenor saxophone, tambourine Sonny Clark - piano Grant Green - gui.
  6. Dec 16,  · Preach Brother!, an Album by Don Wilkerson. Released in October on Blue Note (catalog no. BLP ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Soul Jazz, Hard Bop/5(1).
  7. Don Wilkerson Riverside Riverside (label) Jazz (CD, LP) We realize that there are many different interpretations of the standard grades used for pre-owned vinyl record albums & CD, so we thought we'd offer you the ones that we are working with, so you have an idea what we mean when we give the grade for a non-new item on our perdoucaderattfi.giodiafiodriloporimbudlegapertchep.infoinfo: Riverside (Label).
  8. I first got turned onto Johnny Copeland from the great Showdown disc featuring Albert Collins, Robert Crey and Johnny Copeland. Everyone should own Showdown!!! I found that my favorite cuts from that album featured Johnny. Texas Twister was the first CD's from him I purchased. It had some other great things like Stevie Ray Vaughn's involvment/5(4).

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