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Download I Dont Know - George Benson / Jack McDuff* - George Benson / Jack McDuff (CD)
2007
Label: Prestige - 0888072240728 • Format: CD Compilation, Reissue, Remastered • Country: Europe • Genre: Jazz • Style: Hard Bop, Soul-Jazz

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Song previews provided courtesy of iTunes. George Benson's facile post-Wes Montgomery single-line and chord-accented style was well received in his salad days of the mid- to late '60s. Primarily self-taught and ear-trained, he made great strides in a five-year period around his native Pittsburgh, working with organist Jack McDuff on the East Coast chitlin circuit. As the soul-jazz and boogaloo movement was establishing itself, Benson was right in the pocket, as these seminal mid-'60s sessions perfectly illustrate.

The first two tracks, "Shadow Dancers" and "The Sweet Alice Blues," sans McDuff though toeing the groove line, are the most original and modern numbers. Benson's balladic expertise during "Easy Living" is as impressive as in the different dynamic of the rompin' stompin' "Rock-A-Bye. A most arresting high-register organ sound, near unearthly, surrounds an easy swing on "The Party's Over.

Although Benson would reach a zenith in his short career as a jazz musician during this period, before abandoning its purity for commercial pop singing, Holloway and McDuff went on and on and on to their own great acclaim. This is Benson's initial emergence, and a valuable reminder of how great he once was. Jack McDuff. Add to Cart. Jimmy Smith. George Benson. Grant Green.

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8 Replies to “ I Dont Know - George Benson / Jack McDuff* - George Benson / Jack McDuff (CD) ”

  1. From the Album George Benson & Jack McDuff [2-fer] May 1, Start your day free trial of Unlimited to listen to this song plus tens of millions more songs.
  2. George Benson's facile post-Wes Montgomery single-line and chord-accented style was well received in his salad days of the mid- to late '60s. Primarily self-taught and ear-trained, he made great strides in a five-year period around his native Pittsburgh, working with organist Jack McDuff on the East Coast chitlin circuit. As the soul-jazz and boogaloo movement was establishing itself, Benson 8/
  3. May 19,  · referencing George Benson & Jack McDuff, CD, Comp, RE, RM, The transfer of tracks 8 through 14 was certainly done from a vinyl medium as they exhibit flaws inherent to that obsolete technology/5(47).
  4. Sides 1 and 2 originally issued as The New Boss Guitar of George Benson (Prestige ) Sides 3 and 4 originally Hot Barbeque [sic] –Brother Jack McDuff (Prestige ). Recorded at Regent Sound Studios, New York City.
  5. George Benson was only 21 when, on May 1, , he recorded his first album as a leader, The New Boss Guitar of George Benson. At that point, the guitarist had yet to become a huge name in jazz, although many of those who knew him for his work with Jack McDuff's group (which he joined in ) agreed that he showed great potential. Benson still had some growing to do in .
  6. The discography of George Benson consists of thirty-six studio albums and five live albums on Prestige Records, Columbia Records, Verve Records, A&M Records, CTI Records, Warner Bros. Records, GRP Records and Concord Records, as well as two music DVDs.. Note: this discography consists only original releases. Reissues of previously released albums are not .
  7. Benson's three-year stint with Jack McDuff's quartet established him in jazz circles and the two men's togetherness can be heard throughout this CD. I seem to have heard a lot of Jack McDuff reissues recently, but then he was a popular and prolific recording artist in the s.
  8. Tracks From George Bensons 1st solo outing while a member of Jack McDuff's xptweaker.net was a kid when McDuff took him on and they played for 3 1/2 years together. Red Holloway apparently schooled him a lot during this time. Original album was "The New Boss Guitar of George Benson " (Prestige ) The second half "Hot Barbeque!"Reviews:

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