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Blue Skies - Ben Webster - Cottontail: The Best Of Ben Webster 1931-194

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  1. Aug 01,  · Recorded in Hollywood, Wallace Jones, Ray Nance, Cootie Williams - tp Rex Stewart - cnt "Tricky" Sam Nanton, Lawrence Brown - tb Juan Tizol - vtb Barney Bigard - cl/ts Johnny Hodges - as/ss.
  2. * Clef MGC; Verve MGV Music By Oscar Peterson - Tenderly = Verve MGV Music By Oscar Peterson - Tenderly (not released) * Verve MGV Various Artists - Down Beat's Hall Of Fame, Vol. 1 * Verve MGV Various Artists - Compendium Of Jazz #1 * Verve B Oscar Peterson - Debut - The Clef/Mercury Duo Recordings
  3. Cottontail, written for Ben Webster, featured cornet, piano, and guitar taking turns skillfully trading 4’s with Dave Didriksen on drums – before he let loose with a wild drum solo! Ross was featured with the Rhythm Boys. He always plays something unique and special, this time Billy Strayhorn’s Midriff, quoting bits of Stumbling.
  4. Oct 31,  · Scheduling conflicts at Shelly’s were compounded by the fact that Stan Levey was still traveling often as a member of Peggy Lee’s trio, so the two-big-men-of-Jazz reunion gig never happened and Ben went back to New York and eventually formed the quartet that Stanley Dance described in this essay/interview about Benjamin Francis Webster (March 27, – September 20, ) which .
  5. But after a run-through of the main theme, Ellington introduces an entirely different four-bar theme, just when the listener expects a repeat of the first. Then Ben Webster comes in. "Cotton Tail features one of Webster's best solos, and also one of the greatest ever recorded.
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  7. Dec 07,  · On Ben Webster, , he can be heard during the early years of the bop revolution. Although he does not perform with many boppers on this disc - Oscar Pettiford and Denzil Best do appear - he was certainly enthusiastic about the movement, championing the playing of Charlie Parker and hiring modernists including guitarist Bill DeArango and 5/5(1).
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