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Dont Blame Me - Harold Corbin (2) - Soul Brother (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Charlie Parker on Dial: The Complete Sessions is a four-disc box set collecting jazz saxophonist and composer Charlie Parker's s recordings for Dial chirouholtunutlonenetsterpapervie.xyzinfo box set, released by the English label Spotlite Records, assembled into a single package the multi-volume compilation albums the label had released by Spotlite on vinyl in the s under the series title Charlie Parker on Dial.
  2. Pianist Edwin Harold Corbin () was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he began classical piano study when he was seven. At 20 he switched from classical to popular music and formed his own trio, working daytime as a city inspector and supplementing his income by playing as house pianist in several Philadelphia jazz spots until
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  4. Harold Corbin - Driving New Jazz Piano Of music CD France album at CD Universe, Newly remastered 24 Bit Digitally Remastered Pianist Edwin Harold Corbin was.
  5. Nov 10,  · Don't Blame Me Lyrics: Don't blame me, love made me crazy / If it doesn't, you ain't doin' it right / Lord, save me, my drug is my baby / I'll be usin' for the rest of my life / I've been breakin.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Soul Brother on Discogs. Label: Roulette - R • Series: Birdland Series • Format: Vinyl LP, Album 4/5(1).
  7. Harold Corbin - The Driving New Jazz Piano of Harold Corbin / Soul Brother CD. Newly remastered. 24 Bit Digitally Remastered. HAROLD CORBIN TRIO: Harold Corbin (p), Spanky DeBrest (b), Eddie. Campbell (d) RECORDED in New York City, June BONUS TRACKS RECORDED in Philadelphia in early Pianist Edwin Harold Corbin () was born Seller Rating: % positive.
  8. Jul 30,  · "Don't Blame Me" written by Jimmy McHugh and Dorothy Fields in , for the Chicago revue Clowns In Clover, was recorded by the Everly Brothers .

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