Earl Bostic (April 25, 1913 – October 28, 1965) was an American jazz and rhythm and blues alto saxophonist and a pioneer of the post-war American Rhythm and Blues style. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "The Earl Bostic Story: 14 Greatest Hits Album. Missing lyrics by Earl Bostic? Know any other songs by Earl Bostic? Don't keep it to yourself!
In 2006 King records brought out Earl Bostic's 14 Greatest Hits, an exact reissue of this label's 1990 release All His Hits. The recordings within, made anywhere from July 1946 to July 1964, epitomize Bostic's lively and robust approach to popular music in general and to the alto saxophone in particular.
Earl Bostic: 14 Greatest Hits, 2005. Earl Bostic: 14 Greatest Hits, 2005.
Bostic's King album entitled Jazz As I Feel It featured Shelly Manne on drums, Joe Pass on guitar and Richard "Groove" Holmes on organ. Bostic recorded A New Sound about one month later, again featuring Holmes and Pass. These recordings allowed Bostic to stretch out beyond the three-minute limit imposed by the 45 RPM format. 14 Original Greatest Hits, King/Gusto 5010X (1977). 27 Saloon Songs, Diplomat DS-2407.
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Album · 1993 · 16 Songs. Earl Bostic: 14 Greatest Hits. The Very Best of Earl Bostic.
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