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9 Responses to Its Easy To Remember - Ben Webster - The Warm Moods (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Zujinn says:
    A distinguished member of the Better Records Jazz Hall of Fame. Amazing sound and wonderful music on this lovely Ben Webster and Strings album recorded in ! I dont think you could find a better sounding album of this kind of music. This is calm, relaxed jazz performed expertly by Webster backed by a small orchestra capably conducted by Johnny Richards. More Ben Webster.
  2. Faeramar says:
    Released in for Reprise, this was the label's first release by an artist other than Frank Sinatra. "The veteran tenor Ben Webster had a very warm tone on ballads that contrasted with the aggressive biting sound he used on faster material. For this set Webster is joined by a string quartet (arranged by Johnny Richards) and a rhythm section for his melodic interpretations of a dozen.
  3. Kiramar says:
    Late ballad work from the mighty Ben Webster – mostly recorded right at the end of the 60s and start of the 70s – in the tenorist's final years, but at a time when he could still make great magic with his tone! The set brings together tracks recorded in a variety of settings – one in a small group with Teddy Wilson on piano, another in a quintet with Ole Kock Hansen on piano and Ole.
  4. Gardami says:
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  5. Bralrajas says:
    Feb 27,  · I've gotten nutty over Ben Webster on vinyl lately, despite having many cds. I have a Rega Apollo cd player (nice), but the Rega p TT is ever better. And the sound of "the Brute" is so good for vinyl because of that creamy tenor, breathiness, key-click, and late-night vibe of all those Verve recordings from the s.
  6. Vuzahn says:
    g Vinyl LP! Audiophile Mastering! Released in for Reprise, this was the label's first release by an artist other than Frank Sinatra. "The veteran tenor Ben Webster had a very warm tone on ballads that contrasted with the aggressive biting sound he used on faster material.
  7. Gom says:
    Ben Webster The Warm Moods on g Import LP from Pure Pleasure. As Zan Stewart proclaimed, "Tenor saxophonist Ben Webster was, in a word, incomparable. There has been no one before him, or after him, who has played with his particular eloquence and passion." And few saxmen could create a "warm mood" quite like Webster either.
  8. Faujin says:
    Ben Webster - Warm Moods (CD NEW) Label: Collectables Records Format: CD Release Date: No. of Discs: 1 UPC: Album Tracks 1. The Sweetheart Of Sigma Chi 2. Stella By Starlight 3. With Every Breath I Take 4. Accent On Youth 5. But Beautiful 6. Time After Time 7. Nancy 8. Im Beginning To See The Light 9. It Was So.
  9. Tezahn says:
    The Warm Moods, an Album by Ben Webster. Released in February on Reprise (catalog no. R; Vinyl LP). Genres: Jazz.

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