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You Can Get Robbed - Stan Man - Stan Da Fucking Man (CD, Album)

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  1. This two-LP set (some of the contents have been reissued on CD) spans a nine-year period in the career of the great tenor-saxophonist Stan giediesenhoupertcapondsmastiobuyliofril.coinfo is heard in a variety of settings including meetings with guitarist Jimmy Raney and valve trombonist Bob Brookmeyer, a burning "Jumpin' at the Woodside" with Lionel Hampton, a lengthy version of "Billie's Bounce" with trombonist J.J. Johnson and an.
  2. Jan 28,  · Directed by Steven Chase. With Steven Chase, Anne Leighton, Katherine Kelly Lang, Bradley Joseph. Stan Mann (Steven Chase), a new money multi-millionaire, whose life consists of ladies, gambling and booze, lives at a 5-star hotel where the staff tends to his every need. Known as "Stan the Man" for his extreme generosity, he gets mixed up in a casino gambling scheme with Russian .
  3. Oct 17,  · On this track with Dr. Dre for Funkmaster Flex’s Def Jam mixtape-album The Tunnel, Eminem is in shock mode, proving that he might be the only man who can get .
  4. Stan Getz - Stan the Man - 2LP Album Stan Getz Format: Vinyl. See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Vinyl "Please retry" $ — $ Audio, Cassette, January 1, "Please retry" $ $ — Vinyl $ 2 Used from $
  5. A double album is a collection of two LP records or Compact Discs bought as a single unit. This allows a performance longer than the standard running time of the medium to be presented as a single package. Until the mids, double albums were rare and not considered significant.
  6. Stan The Man Live (CD) Average Rating: () out of 5 stars Write a review. Stan Webb. Walmart # $ $ 59 $ $ Qty: Add to cart. Free delivery on $35+ orders. Arrives by Mon, Jun Free pickup Mon, Jun Ships to San Leandro, Davis St. .
  7. In April , Stan Getz wrote from the jail ward of the Los Angeles General Hospital to the Editor of DownBeat magazine explaining how he had been busted in Seattle for (as Popsie Randolph put it) “holdin’ up a drugstore to get money to buy some stuff.” Getz was one of the most talented saxophonists of his day, and had been a featured tenor sax since he was sixteen-years-old.

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