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  • pauliscooler

    such a bo$$

    January 2013
  • grossy2

    That's gotta hurt!

    May 2011
  • Theeboon

    This guy owns.

    April 2011
  • Poncecutor


    July 2010
  • wheaxz

    April 2010
  • gbwooden

    Java, Sugar Lips, and Cotton Candy were big hits during the early 60s on our local radio. I Love Paris really highlights his range, technique and big sound.

    January 2010
  • Babylonian

    yeah, I doubt Green Hornet is actually his most popular song of all-time. my guess is it has entirely to do with the listening habits of the general audience.

    May 2009
  • rfwebster

    Like how green hornet dwarfs everything else

    April 2009
  • quickSS

    The King! Al Hurt was the master of tone, technique, power, timing, endurance, intonation. Trumpeters new and old still "drop-jaw" when listening to The King. Get any and all of his recordings if at all possible. /preach mode off.....

    January 2009
  • boroboro222

    Hi to all! i just found a place where to download acid jazz mp3 to hard drive jazzzinggg ;)

    December 2008
  • oldfisherman

    green hornet is the same of harry james flight of bumble bee these are best players try to listen to harry james.everybody must heat the voıce of trumpet ant these people

    September 2008
  • Akerfeldtrise

    Green Hornet is a great song!

    September 2008
  • bubble12

    Soul in the horn... One of the best cds ever.

    May 2008
  • nHyena

    I wonder how red Al Hirt's face got when making Green Hornet.

    March 2007
  • ostego

    Al Hirt's similar artists radio is virtually Kill Bill scores shuffled together. :I

    March 2007
  • comlag225

    I gotta say Green Hornet is one hell of a horn peice.

    April 2006