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Ralph Sutton , Vic Dickenson - Blowin' Bubbles mp3 track

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Performer: Ralph Sutton
Title: Blowin' Bubbles
Released: 1983
Style: Smooth Jazz
Category: Jazz
Rating: 4.2 ✦

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A1 I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles
Written By – Kenobrovin, Kellette
A2 I'll Try
Written-By – Vic Dickenson
A3 Constantly
Solo Vocal – Vic DickensonWritten-By – Vic Dickenson
A4 I Ain't Got Nobody
Written By – Williams, Graham, Peyton
A5 Little Girl
Written By – Hyde, Henry
B1 If I Had You
Written By – Shapiro, Campbell, Connelly
B2 Sweet Thing
Solo Vocal – Ralph Sutton Written By – Bear, Ahlert, Young
B3 A Good Man Is Hard To Find
Written By – E. Green
B4 My Baby Just Cares For Me
Solo Vocal – Vic DickensonWritten By – Donaldson, Kahn
B5 Exactly Like You
Written By – Fields, McHugh


Ralph Sutton and Vic Dickenson played some of the sweetest old time jazz. "Blowin' Bubbles" is nice addition to anyone's jazz collection.

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  • Label Code: CJ114

Ralph Sutton and Vic Dickenson played some of the sweetest old time jazz. Blowin' Bubbles" is nice addition to anyone's jazz collection. This Ralph Sutton, Vic Dickenson album is among some of sweetest old jazz of its time. Reply Notify me Helpful.

LyricsMuskrat Ramble. The World's Greatest Jazz Band, Yank Lawson, Billy Butterfield, Vic Dickenson, Bob Wilber, Ralph Sutton, Bud Freeman, Gus Johnson Jr, Bob Haggart, Ed Hubble.

Stride pianist Ralph Sutton made many recordings at Sunnie's Rendezvous, an Aspen, CO, restaurant operated by his wife, during the 1960s. This CD of previously unreleased material spans from four days in February 1969, although it is by no means a collection of leftover outtakes. Bob Wilber, who was also active with Sutton as a member of the World's Greatest Jazz Band at the time of the recording, is heard on both soprano sax and clarinet, along with bassist Al Hall and drummer Cliff Leeman.

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