Ben Webster & "Sweets" Edison - Ben And "Sweets" album flac
Bass – Ray Brown Drums – Alvin Stoller Guitar – Barney Kessel Piano – Oscar Peterson Tenor Saxophone – Ben Webster Trumpet – Harry Edison Recorded: Lo. .
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Ben and "Sweets" is a 1962 jazz recording by Ben Webster and Harry "Sweets" Edison. It was the third album they recorded together, the others being Sweets (1956) and Gee, Baby Ain't I Good To You (1957 or '58). Better Go" (B. Webster) 8:58. How Long Has This Been Going On" (I. Gershwin-G. Kitty" (H. Edison) 7:59. My Romance" (L. Hart-R. Did You Call Her Today" (B. Webster) 8:54. Embraceable You" (I. Harry Edison - trumpet.
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|A2||How Long Has This Been Going On||5:31|
|B2||Did You Call Her Today||8:54|
- Copyright (c) – CBS Inc.
- Manufactured By – CBS Records Canada Ltd.
- Bass – George Duvivier
- Coordinator [Jazz Masterpieces Series Cooordination] – Amy Herot, Mike Berniker
- Design [Cover] – Allen Weinberg
- Drums – Clarence Johnston
- Engineer [Digital Remix] – Larry Keyes
- Liner Notes – Mort Goode
- Piano – Hank Jones
- Producer – Mike Berniker
- Producer [Digital Remix] – Michael Brooks
- Research – Nathaniel Brewster
- Saxophone – Ben Webster
- Trumpet – Harry Edison
Original release on Columbia Records on September 17 1962.
6/6/62 - Did You Call Her Today, Kitty, Embraceable You
6/7/62 - How Long Has This Been Going On , Better Go & My Romance
Recorded on June 6&7, 1962 at the Columbia 30th Street Studio in New York City.
All digital engineering and mastering at CBS Studio, New York
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- Barcode: 07464408534