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My Ideal - Art Tatum, Ben Webster - My Ideal / Gone With The Wind (Vinyl)

The only album-length collaboration between pianist Art Tatum and tenor saxophonist Ben Webster (accompanied by a rhythm section of Red Callender, bass, and Bill Douglass, drums) was this Septem, session under the auspices of Norman Granz's Verve Records label. (It was also Tatum's last recording session before his death.) Granz probably suggested the repertoire of standards by the.

 · It would be Tatum's last studio session before dying of uremia on November 5 at age of Seven songs were recorded—Gone With the Wind, All the Things You Are, Have You Met Miss Jones?, My One and Only Love, Night and Day, My Ideal and Where or When. The album was released originally on Verve as The Art Tatum-Ben Webster Quartet in

The only album-length collaboration between pianist Art Tatum and tenor saxophonist Ben Webster (accompanied by a rhythm section of Red Callender, bass, and Bill Douglass, drums) was this Septem, session under the auspices of Norman Granz's Verve Records label. (It was also Tatum's last recording session before his death.) Granz probably suggested the repertoire of standards by the.

«My Ideal» by Art Tatum & Ben Webster. The Complete Pablo Group Masterpieces Art Tatum, Buddy DeFranco, Ben Webster, Art Tatum - Buddy DeFranco Quartet.

Tatum eats up the tunes, leaving little for Red Callender and Bill Douglass to do, though the bass man in particular makes the best possible use of his moments of freedom." - Penguin Guide to Jazz It would be hard to find two musicians born in the same year with so different a sound from each other as Art Tatum and Ben Webster.


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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of "The Art Tatum - Ben Webster Quartet" on Discogs.5/5(9).

  2.  · The album was released originally on Verve as The Art Tatum-Ben Webster Quartet in It was reissued on vinyl in on Granz's Pablo label as The Tatum Group Masterpieces, Volume Eight and then as a CD in with three bonus tracks: two alternate versions of Gone With the Wind and an alternate of Have You Met Miss Jones?

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