Bob Jackson "Boots" the Sax (with The Strange Ones) (Remastered) Bob Jackson

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Label: Alshire

Genre: Jazz

Subgenre: Mainstream Jazz

Artist: Bob Jackson

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  • 1Down by the Riverside (with The Strange Ones)02:31
  • 2Wabash Cannonball (with The Strange Ones)02:10
  • 3Flower Blower (with The Strange Ones)02:19
  • 4Boots Bailey (with The Strange Ones)05:16
  • 5Horn Corn (with The Strange Ones)02:26
  • 6Frankie and Johnny (with The Strange Ones)03:03
  • 7Coriny-Coriny (with The Strange Ones)02:41
  • 8When the Saints Go Marching in (with The Strange Ones)02:19
  • 9Taco Sauce (La Raspa) [with The Strange Ones]01:25
  • Total Runtime24:10

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From the back cover: Bob Jackson – Born under the sign of the Capricorn in Oklahoma, puts together a lively and fresh selection of updated oldies with this great tenor sax effort. As Bob's love for music grew he was inspired by such greats as Earl Bostic, Bob Wills, and the contemporary sounds of Neil Diamond, giving him the appreciation of ALL types of music from jazz to country and contemporary. That's what you find in this album, Bob Jackson (Boots) The Sax. "Horn Corn" (written by Bob), and "Boots Bailey," are my personal favorites. Bob's sincerity and warm personality prevail as you weave through this neat package of nostalgia. Sit back, relax, and now listen to my favorite sax. – Jerry Wallace, Decca Records

Bob Jackson, saxophone

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