8 thoughts on “ The Book Cooks - Booker Ervin - The Book Cooks (CD, Album) ”

  1. One of the obvious choices for re-release is Booker Ervin’s initial recording as a leader, The Book Cooks. It both highlights Ervin’s’ soulful, passionate playing as well as features an all-star plus backing band of Zoot Sims, the woefully under documented trumpeter, Tommy Turpentine (Stanley’s brother), as well as an ace rhythm section of Tommy Flanagan, Dannie Richmond, and George Tucker.
  2. Quality: FLAC 24 bit / 96 kHz (Tracks) Artist: Booker Ervin Title: The Book Cooks Released: / Style: Jazz RAR Size: Mb Tracklist: The Blue Book Git It Little Jane The Book Cooks Largo Poor Butterfly.
  3. There is nothing contrived about the kind of playing that comes jolting out of Booker Ervin's tenor saxophone and the great quality of soul reflected on the six tracks of The Book Cooks. The album is introduced by George Tucker's bass on 'The Blue Book' followed by Tommy Flanagan, Booker Ervin, Tommy Turrentine and Zoot Sims in that order/5(3).
  4. There is nothing contrived about the kind of playing that comes jolting out of Booker Ervin’s tenor saxophone and the great quality of soul reflected on the six tracks of “The Book Cooks.” The album is introduced by George Tucker’s bass on The Blue Book followed by Tommy Flanagan, Booker Ervin, Tommy Turrentine, and Zoot Sims in that order.
  5. 24 rows · Oct 19,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Booker Ervin - /5(51).
  6. Tex Book Tenor is an album by American jazz saxophonist Booker Ervin featuring the last performances Ervin recorded as a leader in for the Blue Note label. The session was first released in as a double LP Back from the Gig combined with a session recorded under Horace Parlan's leadership (released in as Happy Frame of Mind) and finally released in on CD.
  7. BCP Booker Ervin - The Book Cooks Tommy Turrentine (tp -1/5) Booker Ervin (ts) Zoot Sims (ts -1/5) Tommy Flanagan (p) George Tucker (b) Dannie Richmond (d) NYC, April 6, /5(2).

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