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Ben Webster - At Work In Europe (1969)

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Ben Webster - At Work In Europe (1969)


A1 - The Preacher
A2 - Straight, No Chaser
B3 - Work Song
B4 - John Brown's Body
C1 - I Got It Bad (and That Ain't Good)
C2 - Drop Me Off at Harlem
C3 - One for the Guv'nor
D4 - Prelude to a Kiss
D5 - Rockin' In Rhythm
D6 - In a Sentimental Mood

Personnel:
Ben Webster (tenor sax) 
Cees Slinger (piano) 
Jacques Schols (bass)
 John Engels (drums)
Heemstede, Holland, May 26, 1969

Ben Webster (tenor sax) 
Kenny Drew, Frans Wieringa (piano) 
Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen (bass) 
Makaya Ntshoko or Donald McKyre (drums)
Copenhagen, Denmark, October 29, 1969

 

The most widely available recordings (other than the Black Lions) from Ben Webster's European period, this double LP gives the veteran tenor-saxophonist an opportunity to stretch out on five Ellington songs (plus his original "One for the Guv'nor") with a trio led by pianist Cees Slinger in addition to performing four fairly basic numbers ("The Preacher," "Straight No Chaser," "Work Song" and "John Brown's Body") with an unusual quartet featuring both Kenny Drew and Frans Wieringa on pianos. Throughout Webster sounds quite relaxed, warm and swinging. He no longer had to prove himself and he clearly enjoyed himself on these performances. ---Scott Yanow, Rovi

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