Benny Golson Gone With Golson

Gone With Golson

Benny Golson

Released on January 1, 1994 by Concord Records

Main artist: Benny Golson

Genre: Pop/Rock > Pop

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Album : 1 disk - 6 tracks Total length : 00:40:32

  1. 1 Stacatto Swing (Album Version)

    Benny Golson, MainArtist - Ray Bryant, Composer, Author Copyright : ℗ 1994 Fantasy, Inc.

  2. 2 Autumn Leaves (Album Version)

    Johnny Mercer, Author - Benny Golson, MainArtist - Jacques Prevert, Author - Joseph Kosma, Composer Copyright : ℗ 1994 Fantasy, Inc.

  3. 3 Soul Me (Album Version)

    Benny Golson, Composer, Author, MainArtist Copyright : ℗ 1994 Fantasy, Inc.

  4. 4 Blues After Dark (Album Version)

    Benny Golson, Composer, Author, MainArtist - Andante Music Inc., MusicPublisher Copyright : ℗ 1959 New Jazz Records

  5. 5 Jam For Bobbie (Album Version)

    Benny Golson, Composer, Author, MainArtist Copyright : ℗ 1994 Fantasy, Inc.

  6. 6 A Bit Of Heaven (Album Version)

    Benny Golson, MainArtist - Curtis Fuller, Composer, Author Copyright : ℗ 1994 Fantasy, Inc.

About

Shortly before the formation of The Jazztet, tenor-saxophonist Benny Golson and trombonist Curtis Fuller teamed up for this quintet set with pianist Ray Bryant, bassist Tommy Bryant and drummer Al Harewood. Although Golson contributed three of the six songs ("Blues After Dark" is the best-known one), the emphasis is on his playing; the tenor is quite heated on the uptempo blues "Jam for Bobbie." The CD reissue adds "A Bit of Heaven" (originally on a sampler but part of the same session) to the original program, a fine example of hard bop of the late '50s. ~ Scott Yanow

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