>Ernie & Emilio Caceres

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On this blog, i want to share with you some records that are hard to find or have never been reissued on cd, and i’ll start right now with a beautiful picture disc, 10-inch record of two brothers:Ernie and Emilio Caceres. Ernie played tenor sax and clarinet and his brother the violin. They played hot swing tunes, were sidemen of many famous jazz performers and if you want to know more, just google their names… Let’s talk about the record in itself. It was released by the french record company “Paris Jazz Corner” who also released a Robert Johnson picture disc. The two records feature a drawning of the musicians by Robert Crumb, the famous cartoonist and lover of vintage records. If you can find those records, buy them, it’s great items.

P.S: The track “Dark eyes”(Les yeux noirs) don’t appear on that record, i just found it on the internet and it features the superbe violin of Emilio…
http://www.mediafire.com/file/yhnyymmjjny/Ernie & Emilio Caceres.zip
Published in: on September 27, 2008 at 9:34 am  Comments (5)  

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  1. >I like the Jazz music. Jazz music has its own simplicity and rhythm. These two Jazz performers have done great work. I listened them on the internet and they are amazing. Outsourcing Solution in Call Center

  2. >Oh wow! I’d love to download this album. Can it please be re-posted?

  3. >Please repost!

  4. >Many thanks for your blg!A lot of treasure.Could you repost this one, unavailable now?Thanks again

  5. >I'll add another begging comment. 🙂


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