The George Benson Cookbook is the third album by jazz guitarist George Benson, and the second to be produced by John Hammond. George Benson – guitar, vocals Ronnie Cuber – baritone saxophone Bennie Green – trombone Lonnie Smith – organ Albert Winston – bass Jimmy Lovelace – drums Marion Booker, Jr. – drums.
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English Deutsch Español Français Italiano 日本語 한국어 Português (Brasil) Русский. 든 버전. 릴리스 편집. 이 품목 판매. The George Benson Quartet Featuring Lonnie Smith – The George Benson Cookbook. 이블: Columbia – CK 52977, Legacy – CK 52977.
it up with The George Benson Cookbook, also with Lonnie Smith and Ronnie Cuber on baritone and drummer Marion Booker. Miles Davis employed Benson in the mid-1960s, featuring his guitar on "Paraphernalia" on his 1968 Columbia release, Miles in the Sky before going to Verve Records. Benson then signed with Creed Taylor's jazz label CTI Records, where he recorded several albums, with jazz heavyweights guesting, to some success, mainly in the jazz field. Benson also did a version of The Beatles's 1969 album Abbey Road called The Other Side of Abbey Road, also released in 1969, and a version of "White Rabbit", originally written and recorded by San Francisco rock group Great Society, and made famous by Jefferson Airplane. Benson played on numerous sessions for other CTI artists during this time, including Freddie Hubbard. and Stanley Turrentine, notably on the latter's acclaimed album Sugar. George Benson "Breezin'" (1976).
The discography of George Benson consists of thirty-six studio albums and five live albums on Prestige Records, Columbia Records, Verve Records, A&M Records, CTI Records, Warner Bros. Records, GRP Records and Concord Records, as well as two music DVDs. Note: this discography consists only original releases. Reissues of previously released albums are not included into this discography.
Suddenly Benson's backup group - same as that of Uptown, with Benny Green added on trombone now and then - has found its bearings and apropos to the title, they can cook, even sizzle. The effect upon Benson's own playing is striking; with something to react against, his sheer ability to swing advances into the realm of awesome.
The George Benson Cookbook is a hard bop music album recording by GEORGE BENSON released in 1967 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Baritone Saxophone– Ronnie Cuber (tracks: A1, A2, A4, B2 to B5) Drums– Jimmy Lovelace, Marion Booker Guitar– George Benson Organ – Lonnie Smith Trombone– Benny Green Vocals – George Benson (track A4). About this release. Columbia – CS 9413 (US). Recorded on August 1, & October 19, 1966. Thanks to snobb for the updates. George Benson Cookbook Extra tracks · Reissued · Remastered Sony 2001.