Compilation Grand 12-Inches 15 meeting in the huge amount of tracks on each day and the mood, and maybe the same attitudes and beliefs! Nowadays Ben is again fully involved in music, making Grandmixes in a new format on and he again has his In The Mix show on Radio Veronica. Grand 12 Inches Exclusive, A special version only appearing on this series, due to being never released before, restored to excellence or extended beyond all other versions available. Its Ben Liebrand managed again to create a stunning selection of the finest and most unusual dance and disco classics.
Ben Frost has composed the score for a new 12-part TV series called "Fortitude", a crime drama that takes place on the Arctic Circle and features Christopher Eccleston, Stanley Tucci, Michael Gambon, and Sofie Gråbøl. The series was created by Simon Donald and premiered last week on Pivot/Sky Atlantic.
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A mind blowing and fiery new quartet featuring Ben Goldberg, one the true pioneers of Radical Jewish Culture whose groundbreaking group New Klezmer Trio proved an important influence on the Masada legacy. Turning his hand to Masada music in this fabulous all star quartet organized, arranged and conducted by Zorn himself, Ben plays like never before, displaying a sensitive virtuosity and a brilliant sense of sound and space. At times moody, intense, meditative, driving, lyrical and atmospheric, this is brilliant Jewish chamber music from four longtime and intimate members of the Masada family. Absolutely stunning!
This aptly named set was recorded on November 28, 1972, in Barcelona, Spain. Although many of Ben Webster's European sessions suffered when compared to his American ones, this outing is one of the exceptions, due in no small part to the fluid piano work of Tete Montoliu. Supported by a rhythm section of Eric Peter on bass and Peer Wyboris on drums, both Webster and Montoliu have plenty of room to breathe, and the result is a wonderful and pleasant set highlighted by the opening track, "Ben's Blues," and an easy, elegant version of "Sweet Georgia Brown." Webster's trademark breathy tenor sax tone is in full supply here, but the real revelation is Montoliu, who proves to be a marvelous jazz pianist, making Gentle Ben somewhat of an overlooked gem.