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Ben & The Boys

Ben Webster (ベン・ウェブスター)

基本情報

ジャンル
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カタログNo
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PLCD549
組み枚数
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1
レーベル
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オリジナル盤発売年
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1999
フォーマット
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CD
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Ben Webster(Sax (Tenor)),  Andy Razaf(Composer),  Arthur Johnston(Composer),  Ben Webster(Composer),  Eubie Blake(Composer),  Fats Waller(Composer),  Harry Barris(Composer),  Harry Owens(Composer),  Irving Berlin(Composer),  James P Johnson(Composer),  Leonard Feather(Composer),  Philip Braham(Composer),  Sam Coslow(Composer),  Sam Coslow(Composer),  Ted Snyder(Composer),  Vincent Rose(Composer),  Walter Thomas(Composer)

商品説明

This is the second of two Jazz Archives LPs that are comprised of rare Ben Webster performances. The first side has the eight selections recorded in 1944 by a hot quintet that stars the great tenor, trumpeter Hot Lips Page and pianist Clyde Hart; these strong swing sides were also reissued on the Circle label. The flip side has four oddities. Two other numbers are taken from a loose 1945 jam session and are of interest mainly because of the personnel which includes pianist Duke Ellington, violinist Stuff Smith and both Don Byas and Dexter Gordon on tenors (along with Webster). Ben is also heard with an all-star group backing Woody Herman's vocal on Somebody Loves Me and jamming Flying Home in 1958 with trumpeter Buck Clayton; the latter is taken from a television show. There is a lot of exciting music on this unusual and diverse set. ~ Scott Yanow, All Music Guide

収録曲   

  • 01. Teezol
  • 02. Horn, The
  • 03. Victory Stride
  • 04. Body and Soul
  • 05. Joshua
  • 06. Talk to Me
  • 07. Concerto for Cozy
  • 08. Nice and Cozy
  • 09. Sleep
  • 10. Memories of You
  • 11. Linger Awhile
  • 12. Just a Riff
  • 13. Blues on the Delta
  • 14. Honeysuckle Rose
  • 15. I Surrender Dear
  • 16. Blue Skies
  • 17. Kat's Fur
  • 18. Pick-Up Boys
  • 19. My Old Flame
  • 20. Sheik of Araby, The
  • 21. Conversing in Blue
  • 22. Limehouse Blues

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Ben Webster

Ben Webster was considered one of the big three of swing tenors along with Coleman Hawkins (his main influence) and Lester Young. He had a tough, raspy, and brutal tone on stomps (with his own distinctive growls) yet on ballads he would turn into a pussy cat and play with warmth and sentiment. After violin lessons as a child, Webster learned how to play rudimentary piano (his neighbor Pete Johnson

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