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"Boots" the Sax (Remastered from the Original Alshire Tapes / feat. The Strange Ones)

Bob Jackson, The Strange Ones

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1.1
Down by the Riverside (feat. The Strange Ones)
Bob Jackson; The Strange Ones
2:31
1.2
Wabash Cannonball (feat. The Strange Ones)
Bob Jackson; The Strange Ones
2:10
1.3
Flower Blower (feat. The Strange Ones)
Bob Jackson; The Strange Ones
2:19
1.4
Boots Bailey (feat. The Strange Ones)
Bob Jackson; The Strange Ones
5:16
1.5
Horn Corn (feat. The Strange Ones)
Bob Jackson; The Strange Ones
2:26
1.6
Frankie and Johnny (feat. The Strange Ones)
Bob Jackson; The Strange Ones
3:03
1.7
Coriny-Coriny (feat. The Strange Ones)
Bob Jackson; The Strange Ones
2:41
1.8
When the Saints Go Marching in (feat. The Strange Ones)
Bob Jackson; The Strange Ones
2:19
1.9
Taco Sauce (La Raspa / feat. The Strange Ones)
Bob Jackson; The Strange Ones
1:25
Total Playing Time    24:10
Bob Jackson teams up with The Strange Ones to present some swingin' tunes of yesteryear with "Boots" the Sax. The collection comes courtesy of Countdown Media's restoration of the master tapes from renowned legacy label, Ashire/Somerset. The Alshire/Somerset labels feature the renowned 101 Strings Orchestra, a household name in easy listening, and many other artists. It boasts 10,000 recordings of classic pop songs, soundtracks, latin and world music, all remastered from the original tapes.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Alshire Studio Masters

Tracks 1-9 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit

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