Ralph Sutton and George Barnes RARE Private Impromptu Jazz Session On Vinyl LP
This is a rare private label recording of Ralph Sutton and George Barnes jazz session. The record is in excellent shape, please see the pictures. The song titles are hand written in blue ink with no album title or record company. The runout matrix is stamped 15975A & 15975B, further around on the matrix is "RAH" or "2AH".
I see some light handling marks on the record and a few smudgy looking streaks, I really wouldn't call them scratches. The record comes housed in a plain white inner sleeve.
The white jacket says "Swingin' on Stratford on the front. The back has a letter glued on from Dick Hencke explaining that this record was recorded by Ralph Sutton and George Barnes while enroute to Aspen Colorado. They stopped off in Ralph's home town to say hello and apparently did this impromptu jazz session at someone named Pinkstaff's house (at least per the letter)..
Per the handwritten labels:
Side A:1. Fractious Fingering2. Worrying the Life Out Of Me3. Honeysuckle Rose4. Shine
Side B:1. Stars Fell on Alabama2. Echo of Spring3. When My Sugar Walks Down The Street4. I've Found A New Baby
I believe this is a really rare private recording that may never come up for sale again.
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