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Benny Carter - Aspects (1996)

21-04-2015, 01:29
Music | Jazz | Blues | FLAC / APE

Benny Carter - Aspects (1996)

Artist: Benny Carter
Title Of Album: Aspects
Year Of Release: 1996
Label(Catalog#): Capitol Jazz [CDP 7243 8 52677 2 7]
Genre: Jazz, East Coast Blues
Format: Flac/Cue/Log/Artwork | MP3
Quality: Lossless | 320 kbps
Total Time: 47:11
Total Size: 291 MB(+3%) | 122 MB(+3%)


01. June in January (L. Robin-R.Rainger)
02. February Fiesta (Hal Schaefer)
03. March Wind (Benny Carter)
04. I'll Remember April (Raye-DePaul-Johnston)
05. One Morning in May (H. Carmichael-M.Parrish)
06. June Is Busting Out All Over (R. Rodgers-O. Hammerstein)
07. Sleigh Ride in July (J. Burke-J. Van Heusen)
08. August Moon (Benny Carter)
09. September Song (K. Weill-M. Anderson)
10. Something for October (Benny Carter)
11. Swingin' in November (Benny Carter)
12. Roses in December (Magidson-Oakland-Jessel)
13. February Fiesta (mono take)
14. June Is Busting Out All Over (mono take)
15. August Moon (mono take)
16. Swingin' in November (mono take)
Benny Carter - Aspects (1996)

This CD reissues an enjoyable obscurity. Although originally associated with big bands, the set has what was Benny Carter's only big-band recording as a playing leader during 1947-86. While the song titles are a bit gimmicky, saluting the 12 months of the year (including "June in January," "I'll Remember April," "June Is Busting Out All Over," etc.), the music (which includes four alternate takes) is solid, mainstream big-band swing. The less familiar titles include four Carter originals written for the date, plus Hal Schaefer's "February Fiesta." The leader/altoist solos on every selection, and among the other top West Coast studio players featured are trumpeters Shorty Sherock, Pete Candoli and Joe Gordon, trombonists Frank Rosolino and Herbie Harper, vibraphonist Larry Bunker, pianists Arnold Ross and Gerry Wiggins, and guitarist Barney Kessel. Two overlapping big bands were utilized, and the music alternates between being forceful and lyrical.~Scott Yanow

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singlemalt   User offline   21 April 2015 20:54

Thank you for this one 2 :)

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