Booker Ervin Cookin' Original Savoy Lp

This item have been sold for $677.00

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27 Nov 2015
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Cambridge, Massachusetts

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BOOKER ERVIN - COOKIN', Savoy MG-12154, mono, deep groove pressing.

The musicians on this 1960 recording are Richard Williams (trumpet), Booker Ervin (tenor sax), Horace Parlan (piano), George Tucker (bass), Dannie Richmond (drums).
The tunes are Dee Da Do, Mr. Wiggles, You Don't Know What Love Is, Down In the Dumps, Well Well, Autumn Leaves.

Condition of record is E, no scuffs, no scratches, a few spindle marks. Jacket shows slight overall wear, 1 inch seam split top right, 2 inch seam split bottom right.
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