Alphonse mouzon featuring herbie hancock freddie hubbard lee ritenour seawind horns by all means - Tommy Bolin Discography at Discogs


Ronnie Hawkins is a rockabilly singer who may be more famous for his backup musicians than his own music. His backup group from the early 1960s, The Hawks, evolved into The Band.  His two most sought after albums have never been issued on CD, until now. What makes these albums so special is the guitarist on both albums is Duane Allman.  Ronnie Hawkins was originally issued on the Cotillion label in 1970. Along with Duane Allman, it also features King Biscuit Boy and Eddie Hinton.

The second LP by the relaxed duo comes on the wonderful micro label Edition Collage that brought us Florian Poser's Winds. Musically very close to their first outing. Ambient tunes made with synthesized guitars and saxophone. 

Live Bands, Orchestras, Musicians ... Bringing back that “"Mellow-A-Cappela", this is an ALL acappella, street corner style, Doo-Wop singing Quintet.


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