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With Every Breath I Take - Ben Webster With Strings - The Warm Moods (CD, Album)

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  2. Label: Discovery Records - DSCD • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Swing, Ballad Ben Webster With Strings - The Warm Moods (, CD) | Discogs .
  3. 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 arcycgiadotihardrimagoldtiphaaver.co when simply stating the melody, Webster brings out unexpected beauty in the arcycgiadotihardrimagoldtiphaaver.co: $
  4. Song information for With Every Breath I Take - Ben Webster on AllMusic. Song information for With Every Breath I Take - Ben Webster on AllMusic Artist/Album Label Time AllMusic Rating; Ben Webster. Warm Moods. Warner Archives / Warner Bros. Ben Webster. The Complete Recordings:
  5. 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.
  6. A wonderful long and intimate vinyl session with Ben Webster. * Ben Webster – The Warm Moods [TrackList follows] – With orch. arr. & cond. by Johnny Richards – Reprise (also Discovery) R ()/ Pure Pleasure () [11/6/15] *****: What a sound! I had thought Stan Getz was my favorite saxist, but now I’m sure it’s Ben Webster.
  7. May 22,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Ben Webster - The Warm Moods at Discogs. Complete your Ben Webster collection/5(47).
  8. 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.

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