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  1. Lucky Thompson Home Comin’ Home Comin', Tea Time, Soul Lullaby, Then Soul Walked In, Fillet Of Soul Monsoon, Sun Out, Yesterday’s Child Order #: Duke Ellington Take The “A” Train Take The "A" Train~I Got It Bad and That Ain't Good~Things Ain't What They Used To Be~West Indian Pancake~Soul Call~El.
  2. Dec 17,  · In jazz, the tenor and soprano saxophonist Lucky Thompson isn’t the one that got away. Rather, he’s one of dozens, maybe hundreds. But he was a big one.
  3. Biography. Eli Thompson, 16 June , Columbia, South Carolina, USA, d. 30 July , Seattle, Washington, USA. Thompson’s professional career began in the early 40s as .
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  6. Allmusic's Scott Yanow said: "During what would be the final part of his active career, Lucky Thompson recorded 2½ records for Groove Merchant during On his debut for the label, Thompson switches between tenor and soprano Genre: Jazz.
  7. Eli "Lucky" Thompson (June 16, – July 30, ) was an American jazz tenor and soprano saxophonist. While John Coltrane usually receives the most credit for bringing the soprano saxophone out of obsolescence in the early s, Thompson (along with Steve Lacy) embraced the instrument earlier than Coltrane.