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Shiny Stockings - Milt Buckner - Rockin Again (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Grorn says:
    Song information for Shiny Stockings - Milt Jackson on AllMusic. Song information for Shiny Stockings - Milt Jackson on AllMusic Artist/Album Label Time AllMusic Rating; Milt Jackson. The Big Band, Vol. 2. Original Jazz Classics:
  2. Tygolmaran says:
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  3. Musar says:
    Splanky, Midnight Blue, Teedy the Toad, Lil Darlin, Kansas City Shout, Shiny Stockings. Special, Blue and Sentimental, Taps Miller, Topsy, Shorty George, Jumpin at the Woodside [Hammond organ] Milt Buckner. Mighty High. Argo LP Milt Buckner. Rockin With Milt. Capitol T Lean Baby, Bernie's Tune, Rockin With Milt, Easy to.
  4. Gur says:
    Apr 03,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Shiny Stockings - The Dave Bailey Quintet YouTube Shiny Stockings - Duration: Milt Hinton, Bob Rosengarden, Derek Smith - Topic views.
  5. Tusar says:
    live at ronnie's- milt buckner/ tony crombie nm/nm: black lion polydor uk: £ illinois: jacquet: god bless my solo- hank jones/ george duvivier/ jc heard vg++/nm: black&blues france: £ illinois: jacquet: illinois flies again- milt buckner/ alan .
  6. Akirn says:
    Note: Basic Information about this and the other Black And Blue titles from Ruppli. Black & Blue is titled "Milt Buckner: Them There Eyes", Black & Blue is titled "Buddy Tate Featuring Milt Buckner", Black & Blue is titled "Milt Buckner / Buddy Tate: Crazy Rhythm" Black & Blue is titled "Milt Buckner / Buddy Tate: Midnight Slows".
  7. Gardakora says:
    Jun 07,  · Shiny Stockings (Live) · Buddy Tate Tate Live (feat. Hendrik Meurkens, Torsten Zwingenberger) ℗ nagel heyer records Released on: Composer: Frank Foster Music Publisher: NAGEL HEYER.
  8. Fauran says:
    Sealed. This is what it says, that the record is still held fast in shrink-wrap. We tend to be pretty suspicious about these things, so if the shrink-wrap doesn't look original, or if the record seems to have undergone some damage over time, we'll probably take it out of the wrapper to ensure that it's in good shape — which is why we don't have more of these.

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