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  1. Mar 06,  · Jan Live recordings produced the 3 lps and this material is available on 2 cds - Stormy Weather and Gone with the Wind. Sept 5 Studio date with the same quartet. This session was initially combined with the material listed below for lp issues but was collected for a single cd called There Is No Greater Love.
  2. Blows; Albert Ayler; Antonio Carlos Jobim; Anywhere; Art Ensemble of Chicago; Art Farmer & Jim Hall; Ben Folds; Ben Folds Five; Ben Webster; Beverly Glenn-Copeland.
  3. For a time, reviews of 'Ben Webster meets Oscar Peterson' also appeared under this album, but to confuse the two is like mistaking the top of the iceberg for the whole thing. Here, in addition to that gorgeous album, you also get Webster's splendid 'Soulville' and 'King of the Tenors' albums, and some extra tracks thrown in, at a modest price /5().
  4. Previously pressed on white color vinyl for Record Store Day , Ben Webster's 'Gone With The Wind' will now be widely available on gram black vinyl. The performance took place at the legendary Jazzhus Montmartre in Copenhagen during January of , right in the prime of Webster's long European period.5/5(4).
  5. Ben Webster's Gone With The Wind is a truly incredible performance that has been under-appreciated throughout the years, in part because it hadn't been pressed on vinyl in nearly three decades. The performance took place at the legendary Montmartre Jazzhus in Copenhagen in January of , right in the prime of Webster's long European period.
  6. Apr 04,  · From Ben Webster's album "With Art Tatum Quartet" (). Label: Poli Winners Personnel: Ben Webster - tenor sax Art Tatum - piano Red Callender - double bass Bill Douglass - drums Just for your.
  7. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Gone with the Wind - Ben Webster on AllMusic - - Recorded early in tenor-saxophonist Ben Webster's.

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