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Sultry Serenade - Benny Carter / Phil Woods - My Man Benny, My Man Phil (CD, Album)

25.11.2019
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  1. 3 Sultry Serenade 4 We Were In Love 5 My Man Benny 6 My Man Phil 7 Just A Mood (I) 8 M.A. Blues 9 People Time 10 I'm Just Wild About Harry personnel: Alto Saxophone – Benny Carter, Phil Woods Bass – George Mraz Clarinet – Phil Woods (tracks: 4) Drums – Kenny Washington Piano – Chris Neville Trumpet – Benny Carter (tracks: 4, 9).
  2. Award–winning jazz musician and arranger Benny Carter had a distinctive sound that was showcased most famously in his song "Honeysuckle Rose." His album, Further Definitions, which critics consider a masterpiece, remains one of jazz's most influential recordings. Carter was the only son and the youngest of three children in his.
  3. My Man Benny, My Man Phil, an Album by Benny Carter & Phil Woods. Released in on MusicMasters. Genres: Jazz. Featured peformers: Benny Carter (alto saxophone), Phil Woods (alto saxophone), Chris Neville (piano), George Mraz (bass), Kenny Washington (drums).
  4. Sep 30,  · Phil Woods, an alto saxophonist revered in jazz circles for his bright, clean sound and his sterling technique — and widely heard on songs by Billy Joel, Paul Simon and others — died on.
  5. Benny Carter/Phil Woods Benny Carter, alto saxophone, trumpet (on "We Were In Love" and "People Time") and vocal (on "My Man Phil") Phil Woods, alto saxophone and clarinet (on "We Were In Love") Chris Neville, piano George Mraz, bass Kenny Washington, drums Songs: shakalkreemalaramaralsarana.xyzinfo' Neet (Woods) 2. Just A Mood [II] (Carter) 3. Sultry Serenade (Glenn) 4.
  6. Benny Carter. Bennett Lester Carter (August 8, – July 12, ) was an American jazz alto saxophonist, clarinetist, trumpeter, composer, arranger, and bandleader. He was a major figure in jazz from the s to the s, and was recognized as such by other jazz musicians who called him King.
  7. Sep 30,  · The original classic album Further Definitions, which received a star rating in Down Beat Magazine, originally released in by Impulse!, included a Bonus Album Jazz Giant, originally in , Contemporary, by Benny Carter, remastered and reissued in by American Jazz Classics, featuring Coleman Hawkins, Phil Woods, Charlie Rouse.
  8. The other Carter original is a blues called “Doozy”. It is a swinging closer for the original album, but the CD reissue also includes Carter’s follow-up “Additions to Further Definitions”, and for that album, Carter re-structured “Doozy” into an AABA blues plus bridge form (12 + 12 + 8 + 12).

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