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Uptight - Buddy Lucas - Honkin Sax Buddy Lucas (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Kazigar says:
    The solo recording career of Buddy Lucas, a tenor saxophonist who doubled on harmonica, started a bit less than a year before fellow R&B honker Jimmy Forrest rode the first hit version of the instrumental entitled "Night Train." Once that express had left the station, opportunities to follow in hot pursuit were aplenty for saxmen such as Lucas, Earl Bostic, and Sam "The Man" .
  2. Voodoorr says:
    Peaches 'n' Cream: LP 12" RCA Camden ‎CAL (mono) / CAS (stereo) (US) Honkin' Sax - Knock On Wood / These Boots Are Made For Walking / I'm A Believer / Uptight / Try A Little Tenderness / The Nitty Gritty / Yakety Sax / Dancin' In The Street / Holy Cow / Cryin' Sax LP 12" Redita ‎RLP (NL) Hoppin' Bop WITH BUDDY LUCAS - Hoppin' Bop / .
  3. Arashishakar says:
    WDD home; WDD blog ; ss blues & r'n'b. Artists A. Johnny Acey; Faye Adams; Arthur Alexander.
  4. Kajishakar says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Honkin' Sax Buddy Lucas on Discogs. Label: RCA Camden - CAS • Format: Vinyl LP, Stereo • .
  5. Akim says:
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  6. Mall says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Honkin' Sax Buddy Lucas on Discogs. Label: RCA Camden - CAS • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: Canada • Genre: Jazz • Buddy Lucas - Honkin' Sax Buddy Lucas (, Vinyl) | Discogs4/5(1).
  7. Kazrakinos says:
    At Jubilee he enjoyed two national charters where his own name was prominently featured on these two discs as Buddy Lucas & His Band Of Tomorrow: Diane, a # 2 R&B in April (Jubilee b/w Undecided), and Heavenly Father, a # 4 R&B in April/May co-billed with Edna McGriff (Jubilee b/w I Love You).4/5(1).
  8. Kazrazilkree says:
    Now here’s a real rarity from Joan – the Gone All Stars on an EP and their hit single “7 – 11” b/w “Down Yonder Rock”. The Gone All Stars were the studio band fronted by tenor sax player Buddy Lucas which gradually replaced Jimmy Wright as the backing musicians on many recording sessions for the George Goldner group of labels, including sides by artists such as .

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