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At the Renaissance
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Album: At the Renaissance
# Song Title   Time
1)    Gone With The Wind live More Info... 9:30
2)    Stardust live More Info... 11:23
3)    Caravan live More Info... 10:17
4)    Georgia On My Mind live More Info... 6:59
5)    Ole Miss Blues live More Info... 7:15
6)    Mop Mop live More Info... 8:25
7)    What Is This Thing Called Love live More Info... 7:48
8)    Renaissance Blues live More Info... 6:15
 

Album: At the Renaissance
# Song Title   Time
1)    Gone With The Wind live More Info... 9:30
2)    Stardust live More Info... 11:23
3)    Caravan live More Info... 10:17
4)    Georgia On My Mind live More Info... 6:59
5)    Ole Miss Blues live More Info... 7:15
6)    Mop Mop live More Info... 8:25
7)    What Is This Thing Called Love live More Info... 7:48
8)    Renaissance Blues live More Info... 6:15
 
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  • Personnel: Ben Webster (tenor saxophone); Jimmy Rowles (piano); Jim Hall (guitar); Red Mitchell (bass); Frank Butler (drums).
  • Producer: Lester Koenig.
  • Reissue producer: Ed Michel.
  • Recorded live at the Renaissance, Hollywood, California on October 14, 1960. Originally released on Contemporary (7646). Includes liner notes by Lester Koenig and Ed Michel.
  • Digitally remastered by Phil De Lancie (1989, Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, California).
  • This version of AT THE RENAISSANCE is a limited edition gold disc.
  • Personnel: Ben Webster (tenor saxophone); Jimmy Rowles (piano); Jim Hall (guitar); Red Mitchell (bass); Frank Butler (drums).
  • Producer: Lester Koenig.
  • Recorded live at the Renaissance, Hollywood, California on October 14, 1960. Originally released on Contemporary (7646).
  • Recording information: Renaissance, Hollywood, CA (10/14/1960).
  • This live set features tenor great Ben Webster playing with pianist Jimmy Rowles, guitarist Jim Hall, bassist Red Mitchell, and drummer Frank Butler in a club, and the music is consistently wonderful. Whether showing warmth and sentimentality on "Georgia on My Mind" and "Stardust" or growling and roaring on "Caravan" and "Ole Miss Blues," Webster (who was then somewhat taken for granted) is in superior and creative form. Recommended. ~ Scott Yanow
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