Max Roach & Clifford Brown Norman 10" LP

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  • Item Category: Entertainment
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Oct 29,2010
  • Channel: Online Auction

MAX ROACH AND CLIFFORD BROWN IN CONCERT , Gene Norman Presents Vol. 5, 10 inch LP.

This 1954 classic features Clifford Brown (trumpet), Teddy Edwards (tenor sax), Carl Perkins (piano), George Bledsoe (bass), Max Roach (drums).
The tunes are All God's Children Got Rhythm, Tenderly, Sunset Eyes, Clifford's Axe.

Condition of record is E, no scuffs, no scratches, no spindle marks, plays very well for a 10 inch LP. Jacket shows some overall wear, no seam splits.

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