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Studio Album, released in 1962

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Groove Street (4:57)
2. I Found a New Baby (5:29)
3. Sweet Lorraine (9:27)
4. Gettin' Into It (14:27)
5. Talkin' 'Bout J.C. (5:56)

Total Time 40:03

Line-up / Musicians

-- Larry Young / Hammond organ

- Thornel Schwartz / guitar
- Bill Leslie / tenor saxophone
- Jimmie Smith / drums

Releases information

Artwork: Don Schlitten (photo)

LP Prestige ‎- PRST 7237 (1962, US)

CD Prestige ‎- P-7237 (1994, US) Remastered by Phil De Lancie

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