℗ 2014 The Verve Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings
Released 1958
Duration 42m 33s
Record Label Verve Reissues
Genre Jazz
 

Blues-A-Plenty

Johnny Hodges And His Orchestra

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1.1
Didn't Know About You
Johnny Hodges And His Orchestra
3:35
1.2
Cool Your Motor
Johnny Hodges And His Orchestra
3:39
1.3
Gone With The Wind (Album Version)
Johnny Hodges And His Orchestra
3:17
1.4
Honey Hill
Johnny Hodges And His Orchestra
4:14
1.5
Blues-A-Plenty
Johnny Hodges And His Orchestra
3:26
1.6
Don't Take Your Love From Me
Johnny Hodges And His Orchestra
3:44
1.7
Saturday Afternoon Blues
Johnny Hodges And His Orchestra
6:02
1.8
Satin Doll
Johnny Hodges And His Orchestra
5:00
1.9
Reeling And Rocking
Johnny Hodges And His Orchestra
9:36
Blues A-Plenty is an album recorded by American jazz saxophonist Johnny Hodges featuring performances recorded in 1958 and released on the Verve label.
2.8224 MHz DSD – Verve Reissues Studio Masters
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DR
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1
Didn't Know About You
2
Cool Your Motor
3
Gone With The Wind (Album Version)
4
Honey Hill
5
Blues-A-Plenty
6
Don't Take Your Love From Me
7
Saturday Afternoon Blues
8
Satin Doll
9
Reeling And Rocking

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