Download links and information about Further Definitions by Quincy Jones, The Benny Carter, Quincy Jones And His Orchestra. This album was released in 1961 and it belongs to Blues, Jazz genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 01:11:16 minutes.
|Artist:||Quincy Jones, The Benny Carter, Quincy Jones And His Orchestra|
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|2.||That Midnight Sun Will Never Set||4:01|
|3.||Crazy Rhythm (featuring Coleman Hawkins)||3:26|
|6.||Body and Soul||4:13|
|9.||Fantastic, That's You||6:15|
|10.||Come On Back||4:18|
|11.||We Were in Love||4:31|
|12.||If Dreams Come True||5:53|
Altoist/arranger Benny Carter's classic Further Definitions is a revisiting, instrumentation-wise, to the famous 1937 session that Carter and tenor saxophonist Coleman Hawkins made in France with two top European saxophonists (Andre Ekyan and Alix Combelle) and guitarist Django Reinhardt. The all-star group (which also includes Hawkins, altoist Phil Woods, Charlie Rouse on second tenor, pianist Dick Katz, guitarist John Collins, bassist Jimmy Garrison, and drummer Jo Jones) performs a particularly inspired repertoire. Carter's charts, which allow Hawkins to stretch out on "Body and Soul," give everyone a chance to shine. "Honeysuckle Rose" and "Crazy Rhythm" hold their own with the 1937 versions, and "Blue Star" and "Doozy" prove to be two of Carter's finest originals. Although Benny Carter was not actively playing much at the time (this was his only small-group recording during 1963-1975), he is heard in typically prime form. Very highly recommended.