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Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Provocative Percussion

Song Of India
Provocative Percussion
Produced And Originated By Enoch Light
Command Records RS 806 SD
1959

Enoch Light And The Light Brigade: Bobby Byrne, Charles Magnate, Bob Haggart, Tony Mottola, Willie Rodriquez, Moe Wechsler, Urbie Green, Terry Synder, Pee Wee Erwin, Artie Marotti, Dominic Cortese, Ezelle Watson, Russ Banzer, Stanley Webb, Milt Yaner, Lenoard Calderon, George Dessinger and Bernie Kaufman

From the back cover: Cover Art by Josef Albers, one of America's foremost contemporary painters, was born in Westphalia, Germany in 1888. After studying in Berlin, Essen and Munich he taught at the famous Bauhaus school from 1923-1933. When the Bauhaus was closed by order of the German government in 1933 Mr. Albers came to the United States to head the Art Department of Black Mountain College where he remained until 1950. After leaving Black Mountain, Mr. Alvers took over the direction of the Department of Design at Yale University. At the present time, Mr. Albers lives and works in New Haven, Connecticut.

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Love For Sale
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Ain't Misbehavin'
Song Of India
Mad About The Boy

1 comment:

  1. LOVE this! I have this one too. One I pull out over & over!

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