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I Cant Get Started With You - Ace Cannon - Tuff Sax & Moaning Sax (CD)

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  1. May 11,  · John "Ace" Cannon, tenor & alto sax player, was born 5 May in Grenada, Mississippi. He played and toured with Hi Records stablemate Bill Black's Combo, and started a solo career with his record "Tuff" in , backed by the Black combo. "Tuff" hit #17 on the U.S. Billboard Hot in , and the.
  2. John "Ace" Cannon (May 5, – December 6, ) was an American tenor and alto saxophonist. He played and toured with Hi Records stablemate Bill Black's Combo, and started a solo career with his record "Tuff" in , using the Black combo as his backing group.
  3. Listen free to Ace Cannon – Tuff Sax & Moaning Sax (Tuff Sax, Trouble In Mind and more). 24 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at corapsidypasnerawalickkatyde.xyzinfo
  4. Jun 18,  · Just play along with it over and over and you'll get the melody at least, but getting that articulation and growl is another story entirely for me. , PM #10 John Laughter.
  5. I agree with Sam Philips' comment that Ace Cannon is "The Greatest Saxophone Player That Ever Lived". But more important than that, he's, also, one of the nicest guys that ever lived. My hat is tipped to Ace Cannon. Jerry Mac. Click here to listen to Ace Cannon performing "There Goes My Everything".
  6. John "Ace" Cannon (May 5, – December 6, ) was an American tenor and alto corapsidypasnerawalickkatyde.xyzinfo played and toured with Hi Records stablemate Bill Black's Combo, and started a solo career with his record "Tuff" in , using the Black combo as his backing group."Tuff" hit #17 on the U.S. Billboard Hot in , and the follow-up single "Blues (Stay Away from Me)" hit #36 that same year.
  7. Yes! As a kid in s, Ace was my first sax role model, along with Boots Randolph. The very first LP (that's a "long-playing" record, kids, as in vinyl) I owned was an Ace Cannon album given to me by one of my relatives, right after I started sax lessons in '68 or '

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