October 2

I Should Care - Benny Carter - Sax A La Carter! (Vinyl, LP)



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Posted 06.12.2019 by Arashir in category "Alternative

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  1. By Fenritaxe on
    Fantasy, Inc. (founded , Berkeley, CA; The brothers Max and Sol Weiss), record company and label.
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  2. By Nezragore on
    "Sax a la Carter" also features a quartet, namely Jimmy Rowles on piano, Vinnegar on bass and Mel Lewis on drums, and both albums feature songs that had become standards. The compilation concludes with "Aspects", which offers what was then a rare big band setting for Benny, some recorded in summer , the remainder in , with two /5(10).
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  3. By Kajiran on
    Prestige series (12 inch LP) PR Richard "Groove" Holmes - That Healin' Feelin' Rusty Bryant, tenor, alto sax; Richard "Groove" Holmes, organ; Billy Butler, guitar; Herbie Lovelle, drums.
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  4. By Shakajas on
    Fuller, Gil. Gil Fuller & the Monterey Jazz Festival Orchestra. Los Angeles: Pacific Jazz; ; Pacific Jazz ST and Pacific Jazz ST 1 LP. Also issued on CD as Blue Note CDP 7 2 6. Recorded at Pacific Jazz Studios, Los Angeles, CA circa October
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  5. By Vojind on
    Feb 24,  · BLUN on Blue Note Records is available at ArkivJazz. Find the best prices from the widest selection of jazz and classical music recordings in CD, Vinyl.
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  6. By Kelmaran on
    Jul 26,  · Benny Carter's saxophone here sings American songbook standards better than most vocalists sing 'em! His tone on these early s sessions are so rich and warm, it is a thing of stunning beauty. (Do not buy this album in anticipation of the great pianist Oscar Peterson, who is simply an accompanist here.)/5(7).
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  7. By Tojakus on
    Alto Saxophone – Benny Carter Bass – Milt Hinton Drums – Cozy Cole Guitar – Charlie Christian Piano – Clyde Hart Tenor Saxophone – Ben Webster, Coleman Hawkins, Chu Berry* Trumpet – Dizzy Gillespie Vibraphone [Vibraharp] – Lionel Hampton Written-By – Benny Carter: E7 – Count Basie And His Orchestra* Doggin' Around.
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  8. By Doujinn on
    As an activist, Carter steadfastly fought racism by opening doors closed to African Americans. 7) Benny Carter () a) Among musicians, Carter was considered the true King of Swing. b) Born in New York, he was a largely self-taught instrumentalist, composer, and arranger.
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  9. By Gozil on
    Dec 30,  · This page covers the heydays of the 10" vinyl LP, running from H to H Benny Carter/Coast To Coast - Dizzy Gillespie/Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man - Red Nichols/T-Bone For Two - Bobby Sherwood H - Classics in Jazz - Coleman H - Classics in Jazz: Sax Stylists - Various Artists [] Also issued as a 45rpm EP set (EBF
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