• Henry Franklin – Plastic Creek Stomp
    • Henry Franklin – Beauty And The Electric Tub
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    • 1. Outbreak
    • 2. Plastic Creek Stomp
    • 3. Theme For JoJo
    • 4. Beauty And The Electric Tub
    • 5. Little Miss Laurie
    • 6. The Skipper

    SUPER- RARE deep jazz - First time in print for nearly 50 years! Heavy b-lines, tough horn lines, fender rhodes - essential Black Jazz rarity finally on vinyl!

    Classic 1972 Black Jazz album release from bassist Henry "The Skipper" Franklin! Featuring the incredible cuts 'Plastic Creek Stomp', 'Beauty And The Electric Tub' (check the break!) and 'The Skipper'!

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