Benson, George: Great American Music Hall San Francisco

Benson, George SKU: 43159116
Benson, George: Great American Music Hall San Francisco

Benson, George: Great American Music Hall San Francisco

Benson, George SKU: 43159116

Format: CD

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Description

Title: Great American Music Hall San Francisco
Artist: Benson, George
Label: Top Note
Product Type: COMPACT DISCS
UPC: 3553612330111
Genre: Jazz

This straight-ahead quartet gig was broadcast by National Public Radio just a year before the release of Breezin' (1976) changed everything for George Benson. Ably supported by keyboardist Ronnie Foster, bassist Wayne Dockery and drummer Marvin Chappell, the guitarist reinvents jazz standard Take Five, George Harrison's Something (In The Way She Moves) and revisits his epic version of Jefferson Airplane's White Rabbit. This concert provides ample evidence for those who argue that before he was a smooth superstar, Benson was indeed a great jazz guitarist. Performed at the Great American Music Hall, San Francisco, April 5, 1975, for broadcast by National Public Radio.• Full colour 8-page booklet with background liners and many rare archival photographs. Professionally re-mastered

Tracks:
1.1 NPR Intro
1.2 El Mar
1.3 Sugar
1.4 No Sooner Said Than Done
1.5 Something
1.6 Footin' It
1.7 Body Talk
1.8 Shape of Things to Come
1.9 Straight, No Chaser
1.10 Don't Let Me Lose This Dream
1.11 Take Five
1.12 Impressions
1.13 The Shadow of Your Smile
1.14 Take the a Train
1.15 California Dreaming
1.16 Ronnie's Groove
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