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  1. Benny Carter had already been a major jazz musician for nearly 30 years when he recorded this particularly strong septet session for Contemporary. With notable contributions from tenor saxophonist Ben Webster, trombonist Frank Rosolino and guitarist Barney Kessel, Carter (who plays a bit of trumpet on "How Can You Lose") is in superb form on a set of five standards and two of his originals.
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  3. Binford Taylor Carter, Jr., known as Benny Carter or Bennie Carter, (November 29, – February 2, ) was an American contemporary visual artist. His primary focus was as a painter and sculptor within the genres of folk art and outsider art Early life and family. Binford Taylor.
  4. If you are a music student, Jazz lover, or just a plain music lover, give Mr. Benny Carter a listen. This is raw and toasty Jazz, the way it was meant to be. And you modern Jazz musicians, please listen and learn, not Just Mr. Carter, but some of the other Jazz greats of his era, and incorporate this original sound in your music.5/5(3).
  5. – Benny Carter And His Orchestra: All Of Me Written-By – Marks*, Simons* B4 – Benny Carter And His Orchestra: The Very Thought Of You Written-By – R. Noble* B5 – Benny Carter And His Orchestra: Cocktails For Two Written-By – Johnson*, Coslow* B6 – Benny Carter And His Orchestra: Takin' My Time Written-By – B /5(3).
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  7. Benny Carter, Soundtrack: Raging Bull. Saxophonist, songwriter ("Because of You", "Hot Toddy", "Cow Cow Boogie"), conductor, arranger and composer, educated at Wilberforce University in theology. He was a saxophonist in Horace Henderson's Wilberforce Collegians, then played in the orchestras of Fletcher Henderson and Chick Webb. He went to Paris in , and joined the Willie Lewis.
  8. You Can Depend On Me: A2: Trouble In Mind: A3: Among My Souvenirs: A4: Ain't Misbehavin' A5: Star Dust: A6: Bill Bailey: B1: When I Grow Too Old To Dream: B2: A Good Man Is Hard To Find: B3 'Tain't Nobody's Biz-ness If I Do: B4: I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good: B5: When The Saints Go Marching In.

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