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Rhythm In Motion

LP (Item 466984) Columbia, 1961 — Condition: Used
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An early 60s Columbia classic from Johnny Williams – a rare album of stereo-heavy instrumentals done in a style that's quite similar to the RCA Stereo Action series of the time – with lots of unusual instrumentation, and a wide-ranging sound that leaps back and forth from speaker to speaker! There's plenty of jazzy interplay in the music – similar to Williams' 60s soundtrack work – and the large array of woodwind, brass, and rhythm players includes west coast jazzmen like Pete Candoli, Shelly Manne, Jimmy Rowles, Larry Bunker, and others. Titles include "The Varsity Drag", "Fascinatin Rhythm", "Johnny One Note", "An Occasional Man", "Sunny Disposish", "Buckle Down Winsocki", and "My Heart Belongs To Daddy". (6 eye demo pressing with deep groove, in non-lenticular cover. Cover has a Demonstration stamp on back, a spot of old tape on the spine with a small rip and a spot of wear in the top seam.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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