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Performer: Cootie Williams And His Sextette
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Title: I Don't Know b/w Do Some War Work, Baby
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Cootie Williams Sextet. Gotta Do Some War Work, Baby. Alto Saxophone – Eddie Vinson Bass – Norman KeenanDrums – Sylvester "Vess" PaynePiano – Earl "Bud" Powell Tenor Saxophone – Eddie "Lockjaw" DavisTrumpet, Vocals, Written-By – Cootie Williams. 9. –Cootie Williams Sextet. Alto Saxophone, Written-By – Eddie Vinson Bass – Norman KeenanDrums – Sylvester "Vess" PaynePiano – Earl "Bud" Powell Tenor Saxophone – Eddie "Lockjaw" DavisTrumpet, Written-By – Cootie Williams. 10.

As part of the 100th birthday celebration of all things Ellington, RCA is reissuing all the solo projects done by his famous sidemen. This 12-song album from 1958 - appended with 11 more that appeared as singles from the year before - shows that Williams' broad style was still mightily intact some 30 years after joining the Ellington fold. The non-album tracks are a varied lot. "Rinky Dink" sounds like a Bill Doggett outtake (and features some bluesy rock & roll guitar from Kenny Burrell!); other tracks skirt the place where blues and R&B meet jazz, at the end of a dark alley.

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