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Booker Ervin - The Book Cooks 180g

Booker Ervin - The Book Cooks 180g

$ 29.99

Artist: Booker Ervin |  Label: Bethlehem  |  Format: LP  |  Genre: Jazz  | Album Condition: Mint | Cover Condition: Sealed


Booker Ervin
The Book Cooks
Bethlehem / BMG 81697
180g LP reissue of the 1961 Classic debut album by the American Jazz tenor saxophonist. BOOKER ERVIN was one of jazz’s biggest what-if’s; he died young, at 39, from kidney disease, right as he was hitting another wave of sonic experiments. He was a tenor who played the blues like they emanated from deep inside him, taking inspiration from field hollers as much as bebop. He got compared to Coltrane--who made a lot of similar playing decisions--but he had a different way of playing his blues. His debut LP, THE BOOK COOKS, shows he arrived on the solo scene essentially fully formed; he’d change towards the end of the ‘60s, but this LP was a roadmap for him for the first part of his bandleader career. Appearing with Ervin are Zoot Sims, Tommy Turrentine, Tommy Flanagan, Danny Richmond & George Tucker. 
includes; 

Git It
Poor Butterfly
The Blue Book
Little Jane
Largo
The Book Cooks

SEALED NEW 180g re-issue LP 


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