Title: Live For Dancing
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Boogie Lee, Woogie Lou. Written-By – Knobelsdorff. A2. Saturday Evening. Written By – Garland. 1 C 062-29 426. The Boogie Woogie Company. Live For Dancing (LP). Columbia, EMI Electrola. Germany.
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|A1||Boogie Lee, Woogie Lou
Written-By – Knobelsdorff*
Written By – Garland
|A3||Rollin' For Pete
Written-By – Pete Johnson
Written-By – Knobelsdorff*
Written-By – Hancock*
Written-By – Forster*
- Recorded At – Subway Jazz-Club, Cologne
- Engineer – Peter Sorger
- Liner Notes – "Dr. Jazz" Schulz-Köhn*
- Photography [Coverphoto] – M. Rosenfeld, Hamburg
- Photography [Linerphotos] – Jachinsky & Dreger, Köln
NotesRecorded live 1971 at Subway Jazz-Club, Cologne.
Printed in Germany
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- Rights Society: GEMA
- Matrix / Runout (Runout stamped side A): 29426A-1
- Matrix / Runout (Runout stamped side B): 29426B-1
|1 C 062-29 426||The Boogie Woogie Company||Live For Dancing (LP)||EMI Electrola, Columbia, EMI||1 C 062-29 426||Germany||Unknown|