Reissue with the latest remastering and the original cover artwork. Comes with a description written in Japanese. Ben Webster plays live in Harlem – not the uptown scene in New York, but the Dutch city that became a surprisingly strong showcase for American players overseas! The date's got that easygoing style of some of Webster's best late live performances – a laidback rhythm trio, and Ben himself blowing these raspy, blue-tinged notes that are full of feeling – even when in a familiar setting – that quality that can make even subtle handling of a standard pop out with such Webster-like charm! The group features Tete Montoliu on piano, Rob Langereis on bass, and Tony Inzalaco on drums – and titles include "Stardust", "How Long Has This Been Going On", "Sunday", "For All We Know", and "Perdido".
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American Surf Classics and Spaghetti Western scores all interpreted through the Flamenco guitar and instrumentaion. Imagine the Ventures jamming with the Gispy Kings.
"I've discovered my love for Amercian Surf music, Spaghetti Western scores and Spanish Flamenco all share a common spirit. Please enjoy my Flamenco Guitar interpretations of these timeless classics and a few originals as well."~ Ben Woods
In the 1960s, San Francisco’s KQED produced an innovative thirty-minute jazz program hosted by local music critic, Ralph J. Gleason. The "Jazz Casual" shows featured a variety of well-known musicians. Koch Jazz has reprised these recordings using two thirty-minute sets, including interviews by Mr. Gleason. This "Jazz Casual" edition initially focuses on a 1962 session featuring blues vocalist Jimmy Witherspoon. The first song, "Times Getting Tough," is a strong whiff of urban pathos that say "Money’s getting’ cheaper, prices are getting’ steeper and times gettin’ tougher than tough, things getting’ rougher than rough."
This practical and concise guide is a must-have for anyone looking for a first job right out of high school or college, reentering the job market, or changing careers. It offers a comprehensive plan for success with three easy steps: getting the job, keeping the job, and handling stress on the job. …
Long awaited first full length release hot off the desk of Mark Opitz's OneMusic Studio in Melbourne. Recorded in a house in Colac the album features Waifs bassist Ben Franz, legendary John Butler Trio founding drummer Jason McGann, and Tony Forbes.