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All Too Soon - Ben Webster - Ballads (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for A Salute to Ben Webster: - Ben Webster on AllMusic - - When jazz enthusiasts see the title A Salute to.
  2. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for - Ben Webster on AllMusic - - Almost 25 years into his recording career, tenor.
  3. "Ballads" af Ben Webster - CD (Compact Disc). Genre: Jazz. Udgivet 21/ Vejer g. Ben Webster had already enjoyed an extensive music career by the time these recordings were made. However, he still wasn’t known for the sensual ballad feeling that would become his trademark over the last two decades of his life. In the earlier days of his career he was best known for the hard.
  4. A nice little 2LP set that compiles all the work that Ben Webster did for Emarcy in the early 50s – including one sextet session with Benny Carter and Gerald Wiggins, dates done with the Johnny Richards Orchestra, the Marshall Royal Quintet, Johnny Otis, Jay McShann, Dinah Washington, and LP, Vinyl record album.
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  6. The U.K.'s Proper label uses its usual compilation magic to assemble this box of material by the late great tenorman Ben Webster. Webster, who came into his own late in life, was a survivor and artisan from many of jazz's great historic periods, and this four-disc set is a fine documentary source. Webster's early career placed him in some of the music's greatest orchestras including those of.
  7. "Ballads" af Ben Webster - LP (LP VINYL), 2 enheder. Genre: Jazz. Udgivet 12/ Vejer g. Remastered album collector’s edition, including all sessions of the album *‘Music with Feeling and Music for Loving’,* plus the bonus track *‘Almost Like Being In Love’.* The original sessions were produced by *Norman Ganz.*.
  8. In (after short stints in and ), Ben Webster became Duke Ellington's first major tenor soloist. During the next three years he was on many famous recordings, including "Cotton Tail" (which in addition to his memorable solo had a saxophone ensemble arranged by Webster) and "All Too Soon.".
  9. This release presents some of the most impressive Ben Webster sessions from the '50s, showcasing his romantic side and his full and warm sound on beautiful ballads. Originally compiled on a classic two LP set, this music presents Webster accompanied here by old friends like Billy Strayhorn, Teddy Wilson and Jimmy agakelvmarijurusandromadar.xyzinfos:

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