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Benny Goodman - Bangkok Concerts (1956)

gkjoflm | Jazz / Swing | Просмотров: 726 | Комментарии: 0 | 29 ноября 2011
Benny Goodman - Bangkok Concerts (1956)
Artist: Benny Goodman
Title Of Album: Bangkok Concerts
Year Of Release: 1956
Label: TCB
Genre: Swing, Jazz
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps I 44.1 Khz I Joint Stereo
Total Time: 01:02:46
Total Size: 139 mb

This is one of the more unusual live CDs by Benny Goodman, recorded in December 1956 over two days in Bangkok, Thailand. He leads a 13-piece group, which includes Budd Johnson and Peanuts Hucko in the reed section, along with pianist Hank Jones and bassist Israel Crosby. Goodman and his band are at their very best, in spite of playing outdoors and competing, on occasion, with a passing train; this early stereo recording, performed with just two microphones, was made with the clarinetist's permission. In addition to favorites like "Don't Be That Way," "One O'Clock Jump" and "Flying Home," Goodman surprises the audience by playing two works composed by His Majesty the King of Thailand Bhumiphol Adujadet, as well as a brief sign off of the "Thai Royal Anthem." Jones and drummer Mousie Alexander join the leader for exciting trio renditions for "The World Is Waiting For Sunrise" and "Lady Be Good," during which Jones sounds very much like Teddy Wilson. This historic CD is well worth acquiring. ~ Ken Dryden, All Music Guide


01.Let's Dance (0:44)
02.Don't Be That Way (4:04)
03.King Porter Stomp (3:12)
04.Trigger Fantasy (4:28)
05.Roll 'Em (7:13)
06.One O'Clock Jump (6:09)
07.Down South Camp Meeting (3:16)
08.Yarm Yen/In the Evening (5:47)
09.Sugar Foot Stomp (5:15)
10.Big John's Special (3:24)
11.Flying Home (4:05)
12.The World Is Waiting for the Sunrise (3:46)
13.Oh, Lady Be Good (3:50)
14.Sai Fon/Falling Rain (3:10)
15.Stompin' at the Savoy (3:33)
16.Thai Royal Anthem (1:22)


Benny Goodman (Clarinet), Benny Goodman (Leader), Benny Goodman (Main Performer), Budd Johnson (Reeds), Hank Jones (Piano), Peanuts Hucko (Reeds), Mel Davis (Trumpet), Israel Crosby (Bass), Mousie Alexander (Drums), John Frosk (Trumpet), Rex Peer (Trombone), Billy Slapin (Reeds), Jack Towers (Remastering), Tony Middleton (Liner Notes), Benny Goodman & His Orchestra (Performer), Al Block (Reeds), Antoine Ogay (Editing), Peter Schmidlin (Executive Producer), Yasuhisa Yoneda (Photography), Jack Rains (Trombone), Kurt A. Mueller (Executive Producer), Kurt A. Mueller (Photography), Al Black (Reeds), Billy Hodges (Trumpet), Kurt Weil (Liner Notes)



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