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    Milt To The Hilt - Milt Hinton - East Coast Jazz #5 (Vinyl, LP)

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    1. Gazil

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      Artist: Milt Hinton Title: East Coast Jazz/5 Year Of Release: Label: Bethlehem Archives/Avenue Jazz Genre: Jazz, Swing Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue) Total Time: Total Size: MB .
    2. Goll

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      Milt To The Hilt. He began his performing and recording career in the mid’s and continued performing for over 70 years, right up until his passing in He was a heavily utilized session musician on well over albums, highlighted by his performances with Charlies Mingus in End date: May 23,
    3. Ketilar

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      Artist: Milt Hinton. Label: Bethlehem Records BCP Notes: DG MONO. Release: US Genre: Jazz. Title: East Coast Jazz/5. Format: Vinyl Record 12" LP 33 sadoubmiveversreciperlozacansign.co Rating: % positive.
    4. Togul

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      Jul 17,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of East Coast Jazz/5 on Discogs.4/5(2).
    5. Faular

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      May 16,  · East Coast Jazz, Vol.5 - Milt Hinton (/) FLAC (tracks) bit/96 kHz | Time - minutes | MB Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover Volume five in Creed Taylor's East Coast Jazz series showcases double bassist Milt Hinton and his quartet: A.J. Sciacca on clarinet, Dick Katz on piano and Osie Johnson on drums. About half the tunes on this .
    6. Shakasa

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      Milt Hinton East Coast Jazz 5 Bethlehem Lp MILT HINTON (Composer), Tony Scott (Performer) Format: Vinyl See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
    7. Yojora

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      McKusick's s music has much to recommend it. He was a lucid and concise improviser, somewhat in the West Coast mold, a boppish hybrid of Lee Konitz and Paul Desmond. He's an excellent technician, best remembered today for his contributions to George Russell's "Jazz Workshop" LP (which also featured Barry Galbraith in a supporting role)/5(4).
    8. Nikorisar

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      After a long search for a bass heavy or solo album, I found East Coast Jazz #5. In almost everytrack, you can hear bass lead and the recording quality is excellent. This album, remastering of recordings from the 50s, features one of the few occasions and people (Milt "Judge" Hinton)of that era that bring bass to 5/5(1).

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