<transcy>Benny Carter - Jazz Giant</transcy>
<transcy>Benny Carter - Jazz Giant</transcy>
<transcy>Benny Carter - Jazz Giant</transcy>
<transcy>Benny Carter - Jazz Giant</transcy>
<transcy>Benny Carter - Jazz Giant</transcy>
<transcy>Benny Carter - Jazz Giant</transcy>

Benny Carter - Jazz Giant

La TVA est incluse dans le prix pour les pays de l'Union Européenne, et ajustée sur la base du pays de destination au moment du paiement.
Temps moyen d'expédition : 2 à 4 jours ouvrés. L'expédition est gratuite au sein de l'Union Européenne au dessus de 99€ d'achat, sauf pour certaines destinations, et jusqu'à 50kg. Au dessus de 50kg, frais d'expédition sur demande à contact@audiosounmusic.com. Il n'y a pas de politique de retour pour les pays hors Union Européenne.

Benny Carter - Alto Saxophone (A1, A3 to B4), Trumpet (A2, B3)

Tenor Saxophone – Ben Webster (A1 to B3)  [click here to see more vinyl featuring Ben Webster]

Bass – Leroy Vinnegar

Drums – Shelly Manne

Guitar – Barney Kessel

Piano – André Previn (A1, B1 to B3), Jimmy Rowles (A2, A3)

Trombone – Frank Rosolino (A1 to B1, B3)


1 LP, gatefold old-style tip-on jackets

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12”



Record Press : Quality Record Pressings

Label : Craft Recordings Acoustic Sounds Series

Original Label : Contemporary Records

Recorded June 11, July 22 and October 7, 1957 and April 21, 1958 at Contemporary's Studio, Los Angeles

Engineered by Roy DuNann

Produced by Lester Koenig

Remastered by Bernie Grundman

Originally released in 1958

Reissued in December 2022



Side A:

  1. Old Fashioned Love
  2. I'm Coming Virginia
  3. A Walkin' Thing

Side B:

  1. Blue Lou
  2. Ain't She Sweet
  3. How Can You Lose
  4. Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me


          Reviews :

          “Benny Carter had already been a major jazz musician for nearly 30 years when he recorded this particularly strong septet session for Contemporary. With notable contributions from tenor saxophonist Ben Webster, trombonist Frank Rosolino and guitarist Barney Kessel, Carter (who plays a bit of trumpet on "How Can You Lose") is in superb form on a set of five standards and two of his originals. This timeless music is beyond the simple categories of "swing" or "bop" and should just be called "classic."” AllMusic Review by Scott Yanow


          Ratings :

          AllMusic : 4.5 / 5 , Discogs : 4,46 / 5

          Vu récemment