Al Jazzbo Collins And The Bandidos - A Lovely Bunch Of Al Jazzbo Collins And The Bandidos

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1967 Orange And Black Label Stereo Original Housed In A Heavy-Duty, Laminated Gatefold Cover. Produced By Bob Thiele. “Jazz Disc Jockey Al "Jazzbeaux" Collins (Who Later Changed The Spelling Of His Nickname From "Jazzbo" To "Jazzbeaux") Made Several Comedy Albums With A Jazz Flavor, Typically With A Band Directed By Pianist And Composer Steve Allen. Collins' Crazy Sense Of Humor And Hip Language May Not Appeal To Everyone, But It Will Have Appeal To Many Fans Of Cool Jazz. The Music, Usually Cool And Somewhat Bluesy, Is A Backdrop For His Stories, Which In This Case Consist Mostly Of Retellings Of Classic Childhood Stories. Allen Serves As The Straight Man Interviewing The Hip Musician, Collins, In "Sonny Cool," While The Final Track Consists Of A Non-Musical Monolog Inviting Listeners To Join Al Collins' Bandidos, In Hilarious Pseudo-English, Then In Defiant Hip English. This Amusing Relic Of The Mid-1960s Will Likely Appeal To Those Born Prior To 1955.” Ken Dryden, AMG.

Artist: Al Jazzbo Collins And The Bandidos Title: A Lovely Bunch Of Al Jazzbo Collins And The Bandidos Genre: Jazz Type: Used - LP Label: Impulse Catalog ID: A 9150 Country: USA Our ID: 144899
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