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This definitive recording is not entirely made of altoist Earl Bostic's hits; in fact, "Arrividerci Roma" was never previously released. However, virtually all of Bostic's best-selling numbers are here, including the two-part "That's the Groovy Thing," "Flamingo," "Sleep," and "845 Stomp," plus later tunes taken from albums. 1964's "Walk on the Wild Side" is from Bostic's final King record, cut a year before his death. Listeners wanting to be introduced to Earl Bostic's popular R&B-ish music cannot do better than picking up this album.
Review by Scott Yanow
|1||That's a Groovy Thing, Pt. 1 & 2|
|3||Where or When|
|10||Stompin' at the Savoy|
|13||Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White|
|14||Walk on the Wild Side|
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