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BUDDY DeFRANCO featuring Gordie Fleming <br> Waterbed <br> 1978 (Choice Records - Out of Print)

Details: Choice CRS 1017, stereo, silver label, 1978.

Condition: Vinyl VG++ (very clean), Jacket VG+ (cut out in upper right corner)

Out of Print and Not Available as CD.

From the All Music Guide:
Back in the early '60s clarinetist Buddy DeFranco teamed up regularly with the fine jazz accordion player Tommy Gumina. For this 1977 recording, DeFranco meets up with the accordion of Canadian Gordie Fleming in a quartet (along with bassist Michel Donato and drummer Peter Magadini). On four obscure songs by the songwriting team of Rob Adams and Al Baculis and a couple of ballads ("Lush Life" and "Here's That Rainy Day"), DeFranco and Fleming make for a compatible team.

The tracks are:
1. The Dreaded Lergy
2. Lush Life
3. Waterbed
4. Sunnyside Beach
5. Uncle Horsley Writhes Again
6. Here's That Rainy Day

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