Al Cooper

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Not to be confused with Al Kooper or Alice Cooper.
Al Cooper
Genres Jazz
Occupations Musician
Instruments Saxophone, Clarinet
Years active 1937–1946
Labels Classics Jazz
Associated acts Savoy Sultans

Al Cooper (life dates unknown) was a saxophonist, clarinetist and bandleader. He founded the Savoy Sultans and was their leader from 1937 to 1946. He also played at the 101 Club on Lenox Avenue in New York and other places.

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Al Cooper - 1938-1941 CD[edit]

Some of the best of Al Cooper's recordings with his Savoy Sultans. Released 1996 as audio CD.

No. Title Length
1. "Jump Steady"    
2. "The Thing"    
3. "Looney"    
4. "Rhythm Doctor Man"    
5. "Gettin' in the Groove"    
6. "Someone Outside Is Taking Your Mind Off Me"    
7. "Jeep's Blues"    
8. "You Never Miss the Water 'Til the Well Runs Dry"    
9. "Stitches"    
10. "Jumpin' at the Savoy"    
11. "We'd Rather Jump Than Swing"    
12. "Draggin' My Heart Around"    
13. "Little Sally Water"    
14. "Jumpin' the Blues"    
15. "Love Gave Me You"    
16. "When I Grow Too Old To Dream"    
17. "Frenzy"    
18. "Stop! And Ask Somebody, (If You Don't Know What You're Doing)"    
19. "Wishing and Crying For You"    
20. "Sophisticated Jump"    
21. "Norfolk Ferry"   2:59
22. "Second Balcony Jump"    
23. "See What I Mean?"   3:02
24. "Jackie Boy"    
Total length:
69:00

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