Drums, Piano, Vibraphone, Vocals, Bandleader
1908 - 2002.
Hamp's Boogie Woogie (mono) (US)
(if not orig.)
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10 INCH LP
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|Black labels with gold print and a "rim" of multiple thin gold lines. Curved Decca logo at top, with "Long Play" and "33 1/3 rpm" text. "Microgroove - Unbreakable" text at bottom.|
Some surface wear on each side.
|Semi-glossy single cover. Light surface wear on front. Dirt stains and a few surface tears (mainly on the blank white area) on back. Heavy tape glue marks (> especially on back) along the spine and seams. Partially split seams (restored with glue).|
|Several hairlines and light surface / needle marks, causing occasional light clicks and surface noise. Plays mostly fine.|
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|A legendary American jazz musician and composer, born in 1908 in Louisville, Kentucky. Eight boogie woogie oriented tracks including "Hey! Ba-Ba-Re-Bop" and "Ridin' on the L and N" with vocals by Hampton himself. Original US mono copy of his 1st album.|