9 thoughts on “ Black River - Tommy McCook - Real Cool: The Jamaican King Of The Saxophone 66-77 (CD)

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  5. "Real Cool - The Jamaican King of the Saxophone ''77" es un recopilatorio editado en con lo mejor del trabajo de Tommy McCook entre y DISCO 1 01 Tommy McCook & The Supersonics - Out Of Space.
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  8. Black River By Tommy McCook, The Supersonics. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. Black River - The Supersonics. Featured on Real Cool: The Jamaican King Of The Saxophone '' More by Tommy McCook. Horn Roots (Bunny 'Striker' Lee 50th Anniversary Edition) Tommy McCook Classics. More Tommy McCook. Listen to Tommy McCook.
  9. Tenor saxophone player Tommy McCook was a pivotal member of Jamaica's legendary Skatalites in the mid-'60s, a band that, although they were together for only 14 months, completely defined the instrumental template for ska, mixing in big band jazz sensibilities with Latin and samba rhythms and buru drumming to create the first of Jamaica's many distinct pop styles.

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