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Charlie Watts “Anthology” is an affectionate retrospective and a reflection of just how frequently Watts was able to exercise his jazz muscles between Rolling Stones commitments to create a bespoke discography of his own. The Anthology includes an extended essay by Paul Sexton which documents Charlie Watt’s jazz career and the essential albums covered in the collection.

Charlie Watts “Anthology” is an affectionate retrospective and a reflection of just how frequently Watts was able to exercise his jazz muscles between Rolling Stones commitments to create a bespoke discography of his own. The Anthology includes an extended essay by Paul Sexton which documents Charlie Watt’s jazz career and the essential albums covered in the collection.

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Anthology [2CD]
Artist: Charlie Watts
Format: CD
New: Not in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Stompin' at The Savoy
2. Flying Home
3. Practising, Practising, Just Great
4. Relaxing at Camarillo
5. Blackbird - White Chicks
6. Cool Blues (Live at Ronnie Scott's, Birmingham, 1991)
7. You Go to My Head
8. If I Should Lose You
9. My Ship
10. Long Ago (And Far Away)
11. Good Morning Heartache
12. Never Let Me Go

DISC: 2

1. Roy Haynes
2. Airto
3. Roll 'Em Charlie (Live at Ronnie Scott's, London, 2001)
4. What's New (Live at Ronnie Scott's, London, 2001)
5. Tin Tin Deo (Live at Ronnie Scott's, London, 2001)
6. Sunset and the Mockingbird (Live at Ronnie Scott's, London, 2001)
7. Take the "A" Train (Live at Ronnie Scott's, London, 2001)
8. Rockhouse Boogie (Previously unreleased)
9. Ain't Nobody Minding Your Store (Previously unreleased)
10. Swindon Swing (Previously unreleased)

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Charlie Watts “Anthology” is an affectionate retrospective and a reflection of just how frequently Watts was able to exercise his jazz muscles between Rolling Stones commitments to create a bespoke discography of his own. The Anthology includes an extended essay by Paul Sexton which documents Charlie Watt’s jazz career and the essential albums covered in the collection.

        
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