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Click here for more info about 'Charlie Watts - Live At Fulham Town Hall'Click here for more info about 'Charlie Watts - Live At Fulham Town Hall'

THE CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA Live At Fulham Town Hall (1986 US 6-track LP, featuring Charlie's big band performing classic jazz material from the past with the aid of Stan Tracey, Harry Beckett, Evan Parker, Alan Skidmore, Courtney Pine, Bill Le Sage, Jack Bruce, Dave Green, John Stevens & more, picture sleeve with illustrated insert. The sleeve has very little wear and the vinyl looks seldom played) more...
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$31.25
£25.00

Click here for more info about 'Charlie Watts - Ode To A Highflying Bird'Click here for more info about 'Charlie Watts - Ode To A Highflying Bird'

CHARLIE WATTS Ode To A Highflying Bird (1991 UK facsimile edition of the 1964 5"x7" 36-page hardback book, a charming and heartfelt tribute to Charlie's hero, legendary jazz saxophonist Charlie 'Yardbird' Parker, in the form of an illustratedpoem. The edition still has thel cream cover with the title printed on the front and a black & white photograph of the author on the reverse, including the replica seven shillings price label fixed inside, and has 'Published by UFO Records' at the back. This example remains in a 'near as new' condition) more...
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