Download Johnny Hodges And His Orchestra - More Of Johnny Hodges And His Orchestra, Album # 3
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- Alto Saxophone – Johnny Hodges
- Bass – John Williams
- Drums – Louis Bellson
- Piano – Call Cobbs
- Supervised By – Norman Granz
- Tenor Saxophone – Johnny Coltrane
- Trombone – Lawrence Brown
- Trumpet – Shorty Baker
EP with cardboard cover.
Yellow label with black print. Perimeter print reads "Jazz At The Philharmonic, Inc.- Made in U.S.A."
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