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It Was A Very Good Year

Label: RCA Records
Released: 2008

Album

It Was a Very Good Year

Label: Underhill Jazz
Released: 2003
Track listing: It Was A Very Good Year; Ralph

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John Basile: It Was a Very Good Year

Read "It Was a Very Good Year" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


Neo-Ultra-Cool Jazz with a Warm Finish Guitarist John Basile has been cruising the sideman circuit for the past twenty years, in addition to releasing a handful of respected projects as leader. It Was a Very Good Year finds Mr. Basile with a new label boasting the same sumptuous tone listeners to his earlier recordings have come ...

Album

It Was A Very Good Year

Label: Just A Memory
Released: 2001
Track listing: It Was A Very Good Year; Mystery Train; She's My Baby; One More Mile; How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You); I Can't Quit You Baby; Sweet Sixteen; Midnight Creeper; Hoochie Coochie Man; You're So Fine.

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James Cotton: It Was A Very Good Year

Read "It Was A Very Good Year" reviewed by Jim Santella


Singing traditional blues, James Cotton captures the original foundation as it was created centuries ago. How many times have you been working hard all day long at some particular task and just felt like singing “It's been a hard journey, baby, but I don't have to cry no more." Cotton's original, “One More Mile," moves slow ...

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It Was A Very Good Year

Label: Abracadabra Music
Released: 1973


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