Bennie Green - Back On The Scene album flac
Title: Back On The Scene
Style: Hard Bop
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Written-By – Bennie Green. Back On The Scene (LP, Album, Mono, Ltd, RE, RM, 200). Blue Note, Classic Records. BLP 1587, BN 1587-MONO-200G.
Bennie Green (April 16, 1923 – March 23, 1977) was an American jazz trombonist. Born in Chicago, Illinois, Green worked in the orchestras of Earl Hines and Charlie Ventura, and recorded as bandleader through the 1950s and 1960s.
Bennie Green Back on the Scene. This is one of a many promotional copies that came from an epic collection last year. The original owner is unknown but was likely involved in radio or the music industry. This is Bennie Green’s first date on Blue Note, and he makes quite an impression. There are some fantastic tunes on this session. Melba’s Mood has a cool, Latin feel. Bennie Green, Back On The Scene. Spinnin’ some ‘bone this afternoon. Thanks to ctlyheadies for the assist. 204 10. 4 months ago. Kai and Jay, Bennie Green with Strings (1954)
Bennie Green Back On The Scene 1958 noterecords .
In 1968 Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention released an album called "(Cruising with) Ruben & The Jets," about a fictional band from 1955, Ruben & The Jets. I'm surprised Bernie Taupin or Gus Dudgeon didn't mention this anywhere as one of the inspirations. Jim from Monterey, CaI heard this song on the Hippo today and it took me right back to 1973. It captures the glam rock vibe and the excitement that I felt as a 13 year old kid listening to rock on an AM radio. Back then I was too innocent to know about anything gay or bi or w/e, I just knew that the British glam rockers were outlandish, played great rock and girls loved them. Songs like this made me want to be a rock star, lol!
1 I Love You 2 Melba's Mood 3 Just Friends 4 You're Mine You 5 Bennie Plays The Blues 6 Green Street. Back On The Scene (LP, Album, Mono).
Bennie Green, Back On The Scene. The Miles Davis Quintet, Workin’ With The Miles Davis Quintet. It’s easy to be overshadowed with guys like and on the horns, but the rhythm section of and are spectacular. Their chemistry and cohesion is best exemplified on the trio cut Ahmad’s Blues. Joe Henderson, Multiple.
The other drummer on the set (there was one in the right and one in the left channel), the criminally under-recorded Frederick Waits, was a former skin man for Motown and John Lee Hooker who Maupin knew from his hometown in Detroit. Charles Sullivan, who plays trumpet on two cuts, was someone Maupin encountered in his travels in New York and jammed with. Jewel in the Lotus is not exactly a "lost" jazz classic. ECM kept it in print for many years on vinyl, but 2007 saw its first official CD release
|A1||I Love You|
|B1||You're Mine You|
|B2||Bennie Plays The Blues|
- Recorded At – Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, New Jersey
- Manufactured By – King Record Co. Ltd
- Bass – George Tucker
- Drums – Louis Hayes
- Liner Notes – Leonard Feather
- Photography By [Cover Photo] – Francis Wolff
- Piano – Joe Knight
- Producer – Alfred Lion
- Recorded By – Rudy Van Gelder
- Tenor Saxophone – Charlie Rouse
- Trombone – Bennie Green
NotesRecorded on March 23rd, 1958. Originally released in 1958 as BLP 1587.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1): 〄 ILBT 1899-1
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2): 〄 ILBT 1900-1
|BLP 1587||Bennie Green||Back On The Scene (LP, Album, Mono)||Blue Note||BLP 1587||US||1958|
|BNLP-1587||Bennie Green||Back on the Scene (LP, Mono, TP)||Classic Records||BNLP-1587||US||2004|
|BLP 1587||Bennie Green||Back On The Scene (LP, Album, Mono, RE)||Blue Note||BLP 1587||Japan||1984|
|BLP 1587, BN 1587-MONO-200G||Bennie Green||Back On The Scene (LP, Album, Mono, Ltd, RE, RM, 200)||Blue Note, Classic Records||BLP 1587, BN 1587-MONO-200G||US||2007|
|TOCJ-9556||Bennie Green||Back On The Scene (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Pap)||Blue Note||TOCJ-9556||Japan||2003|