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Bobby Anderson Discography of CDs


Associated with: James Cotton
 

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Uncollected Tiny Hill and His Orchestra, Vols. 1 & 2 (1944) Uncollected Tiny Hill and His Orchestra, Vols. 1 & 2 (1944) CD (1980)
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Bobby Anderson discography Contains 16 previously unreleased radio broadcast tracks. Includes liner notes by Bob Kramer. Personnel: Tiny Hill (vocals); Tony Hill, Bobby Freeman (vocals); David Carroll , Bob Walters, Bob Kramer (saxophone); Bob Richards, Dick Coffeen (trumpet); Russ Smith , Russ Phillips (trombone); Monte Mountjoy (drums). Liner Note Author: Bob Kramer. Recording information: 1944. Editor: Ken Hopkins. Photographer: Bob Kramer. Personnel includes: Tiny Hill, Bobby Freeman (vocals), David Carroll, Bob Kramer, Bobby Walters, Norman Maxwell (saxophones), Dick Coffeen, Bob Richards (trumpets), Bobby Anderson (cornet), Russ Phillips, John Norell, Russ Smith (trombones), Lloyd McCann (piano), Pat Patterson (bass), Monty ...
Seems Like Yesterday: Collectors Classics Seems Like Yesterday: Collectors Classics CD (1998)
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Bobby Anderson albums Prev.Unrel;From 1967 Recorded at The New Penelope Cafe, Montreal, Canada on September 28, 1967. Includes liner notes by James Cotton. Personnel: James Cotton (vocals, harmonica); Luther Tucker (guitar); Albert Gianquinto (piano); Bobby Anderson (bass); Francis Clay (drums). Compilation producer: Michael Nerenberg.
It Was a Very Good Year It Was a Very Good Year CD (2001)
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Bobby Anderson CD discography James Cotton's It Was a Very Good Year is a tribute CD that has been restored from its "live" performance in Montreal's the New Penelope Cafe in the late '60s. The benefit of today's technology has assisted in capturing the chomaticism inherent in the harmonica playing of James Cotton, excitement of Albert Gianquito's piano (you may remember him from his stints with Santana), Bobby Anderson on bass, Francis Clay on drums, and Luther Tucker on guitar. This blues band features a broad selection of tunes that range from the opener, "It Was a Very Good Year," in a sultry Latinized version to "The Midnight Creeper," a number loosely based on Little Walter Jacobs' "Juke." Cotton performs excellent covers of Muddy Waters' famous "Hoochie Coochie Man" and Otis Rush's big hit, ...
Late Night Blues Late Night Blues CD (1967)
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Bobby Anderson music CDs Recorded live at The New Penelope Cafe, Montreal, Canada on September 28, 1967. Includes liner notes by Michael Nerenberg. Personnel: James Cotton (vocals, harp); Luther Tucker (guitar); Alberto Gianquinto (piano); Francis Clay (drums). Liner Note Author: Michael Nerenberg. Recording information: New Penelope Cafe, Montreal, Canada (09/28/1967). Personnel: James Cotton (vocals, harmonica); Luther Tucker (guitar); Albert Gianquinto (piano); Bobby Anderson (bass); Francis Clay (drums).
Midnight Creeper Midnight Creeper CDs (2002) 4 stars
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Bobby Anderson songs Digitally remastered using 24-bit/96khz technology. Recorded at the New Penelope Cafe, Montreal, Candada on September 28, 1967. Includes liner notes by Michael Nerenberg. Personnel: James Cotton (vocals, harp); Luther Tucker (guitar); Alberto Gianquinto (piano); Francis Clay (drums). Audio Remasterer: Billy Szawlowski. Liner Note Authors: James Cotton ; Michael Nerenberg. Recording information: New Penelope Cafe, Montreal, Canada (09/28/1967). Personnel: James Cotton (vocals, harmonica); Luther Tucker (guitar); Albert Gianquinto (piano); Bobby Anderson (bass); Francis Clay (drums). Reissue producer: Michael Nerenberg.
Tiny Hill & His Orchestra 1944 Tiny Hill & His Orchestra 1944 Vinyl LP
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Bobby Anderson CD discography Contains 16 previously unreleased radio broadcast tracks. Includes liner notes by Bob Kramer. Personnel includes: Tiny Hill, Bobby Freeman (vocals), David Carroll, Bob Kramer, Bobby Walters, Norman Maxwell (saxophones), Dick Coffeen, Bob Richards (trumpets), Bobby Anderson (cornet), Russ Phillips, John Norell, Russ Smith (trombones), Lloyd McCann (piano), Pat Patterson (bass), Monty Mountjoy (drums).


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