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  1. Malashakar
    Benny Carter has recorded so frequently since the mid-'70s that it must be a constant challenge to come up with new settings for his alto. This particular Music Masters CD finds Carter taking his place in a saxophone section with fellow altoist Herb Geller, the tenors of Jimmy Heath and Frank Wess and baritonist Joe tikedevwindcambigingslecreauponeli.xyzinfo program is split evenly between standards and Carter 6/
  2. Mukasa
    Bennett Lester Carter (August 8, – July 12, ) was an American jazz saxophonist, clarinetist, trumpeter, composer, arranger, and bandleader. With Johnny Hodges, he was a pioneer on the alto tikedevwindcambigingslecreauponeli.xyzinfo the beginning of his career in the s he was a popular arranger, having written charts for Fletcher Henderson's big band that shaped the swing style.
  3. Mesar
    Ironically altoist Benny Carter (who was 79) still sounds in his prime on alto and he takes an effective trumpet solo on "September Song." Singer Helen Merrill opens and closes the set by interacting vocally with Eckstine on "You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To" and "Didn't We.".
  4. Muramar
    Partial adaptations. A partial adaptation is a musical work which integrates only a part of another musical work, and this part is only a fragment of the new musical work. Over th.
  5. Zulkimuro
    This swinging and tasteful Benny Carter recording is a credit to his superb series of Music Masters dates". Track listing. All compositions by Benny Carter except where noted "Over the Rainbow" (Harold Arlen, Yip Harburg) – "Out of Nowhere" (Johnny Green, Edward Heyman) – "Straight Talk" – "The Gal from Atlanta" –
  6. Kazill
    In November , Eckstine recorded with saxophonist Benny Carter for his album Billy Eckstine Sings with Benny Carter. Eckstine made his final recordings for Motorcity Records, a label for ex-Motown artists founded by Ian Levine. Personal life [ edit ] He married his first wife, June, in
  7. Menos
    Billy Eckstine Sings With Benny Carter songs Dr. Paul Tanner, trombonist with the original Glenn Miller Orchestra, describes WITCH HAZEL as "individual and charming and loaded with happy surprises." The title track, with words by Julia Rich and music by Chicago pianist Laura Hoffman, was influenced by Ono no Komachi's poetry and Thelonious Monk.
  8. Kak
    Billy Eckstine. William Clarence Eckstine (July 8, – March 8, ) was an American singer of ballads and a bandleader of the swing era. Eckstine's smooth baritone and distinctive vibrato broke down barriers throughout the s, first as leader of the original bop big-band, then as the first romantic black male in popular music.
  9. Mezitaur
    Billy Eckstine Sings with Benny Carter is a album by the American singer Billy Eckstine, accompanied by the alto saxophonist Benny Carter. The singer Helen Merrill appears in duet with Eckstine on the first and last songs of the album. This was Eckstine's only LP released on Verve Records, and marked his final album recordings.

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