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Yesterday, Today & Tommorrow

LP (Item 13817) Prestige, 1970 — Condition: Very Good+
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(€11.84 || £9.41 || ¥1623) (approx.)
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Although Billy Butler's other LPs for Prestige tend to be pretty groovy, a few of them, including this one, do have some weak moments. Still, this is the record with his great version of "Hold It!", the Bill Doggett standard, which has lots of nice stop/start moments, and a solid single note groove. Other tracks include "Girl Talk" and "The Butler Did It", and the players include Houston Person, Sonny Phillips, and Jerome Richardson. (Purple label pressing. Vinyl is great, but spine side of cover has been bent in both corners.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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