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Bobby Watson - Alto's Peak flac album
  • Performer: Bobby Watson
  • Title: Alto's Peak
  • Genre: Jazz
  • MP3 size: 1623 mb
  • FLAC size 1504 mb
  • Formats TTA MP1 DXD MP2 AUD ASF

Alto Saxophone – Bobby Watson (2), Gary Bartz. Drums – Wilby Fletcher. The tray card notes it was recorded live in Philadelphia, probably featuring a local rhythm section with Watson and Gary Bartz. For all it's worth, the sound is good, as are the performances, though the drummer is no Victor Lewis.

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Robert Altomare (October 30, 1938 – April 28, 2012), known professionally as Bobby Alto, was an American actor, comedian and performer. He and Buddy Mantia made up the Brooklyn-based comedy team Alto & Mantia. They performed on both The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (original air date September 6, 1971) and Toast of the Town with Ed Sullivan (original air date October 20, 1968). Alto and Mantia also teamed with Marvin Braverman as the comedy team The Untouchables.

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