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8 Replies to “ Toodle-Oo - Bob Howard - Bob Howard All American Swing Groups - A Chronological Study - Vol. 5 (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. The whole staff is knowledgeable and very helpful. The prices are right and extremely competitive for a small business. I have been to other small golf shops in the area and they can’t compare to Tom Howard’s Golf Superstore. Whether you are a seasoned player or just beginning, they can help you get what you need for the course.
  2. 10, records for Bob Howard. Find Bob Howard's phone number, address, and email on Spokeo, the leading online directory for contact information.
  3. By September of , Bob Howard had begun to outgrow his annoying habit of imitating Fats Waller's every nuance. Think of it -- as a Decca recording artist Howard was placed in the uncomfortable position of competing with Waller, Victor's hugely successful vocalist, pianist, and master of small-group cefalumblitihuropimitorubti.cor Howard recordings possess the power to drive Waller fans up the wall with.
  4. BOB HOWARD. Category: Jazz. Format: LP. Rock & Pop. VG+ Very Good Plus Close to like new with only superficial signs of use that don't affect play. Only well cared for records will grade out to VG+.
  5. Bob Howard is the author of Scream for Now ( avg rating, 82 ratings, 9 reviews), Alive for Now ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews), Alive for Now /5(9).
  6. Bob Howard made a remarkable number of recordings during , enough to fill up five LPs. With the popularity of Fats Waller, Howard was signed by Decca as competition but he never came close despite the utilization of some notable sidemen. Howard moved to New York in and performed as a solo act. He was a fixture on 52nd Street in the 's, including at the Hickory House, Park.
  7. Entertainment. Robert Howard (playwright) (–), English playwright and politician Robert Boardman Howard (–), American muralist and sculptor; Robert E. Howard (–), fantasy writer, creator of Conan the Barbarian; Bob Howard (singer) (–), American jazz pianist and vocalist Robert Howard ("Dr. Robert", born ), British pop star and member of the Blow Monkeys.
  8. Bob Howard (born Howard Joyner, June 20, – December 3, ) was an African-American pianist-vocalist on swing records in the s. Born in Newton, Massachusetts, Joyner began singing in New York night clubs in the mids. He began recording in under his real name for Columbia.

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