Siren Records

At the age of 22, after some years in the court of king Jack McDuff, Benson was already a jazz artist with a gifted touch and good experience. Though far from the commercial fortunes and widespread success of his later albums including 'Breezin' and 'Weekend in L.A.', Benson would go on to work under some of the biggest names around; Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, Freddie Hubbard and many, many more. Here at age 30 and in full flight, Benson comes to you live from the Case Caribe Club. At the peak of his powers on a cold night in 1973, Benson and his fabled jazz guitar deliver a stunning series of standards including 'Love for Sale', 'Invitation' and 'There Will Never Be Another You'.
At the age of 22, after some years in the court of king Jack McDuff, Benson was already a jazz artist with a gifted touch and good experience. Though far from the commercial fortunes and widespread success of his later albums including 'Breezin' and 'Weekend in L.A.', Benson would go on to work under some of the biggest names around; Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, Freddie Hubbard and many, many more. Here at age 30 and in full flight, Benson comes to you live from the Case Caribe Club. At the peak of his powers on a cold night in 1973, Benson and his fabled jazz guitar deliver a stunning series of standards including 'Love for Sale', 'Invitation' and 'There Will Never Be Another You'.
730167344234

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Format: CD
Label: GOOD TIME
Rel. Date: 09/29/2023
UPC: 730167344234

After Hours - Live At Casa Caribe Club (Mod)
Artist: George Benson Quartet
Format: CD
New: NOT IN STOCK IN OUR STORE, BUT AVAILABLE TO ORDER $13.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Love for Sale
2. (I'm Afraid) the Masquerade Is Over
3. There Will Never Be Another You
4. All Blues
5. Witchcraft
6. Blue Bossa
7. Oleo
8. Lil Darlin'
9. All the Things You Are
10. Invitation
11. Love Walked in
12. Dahlin's Delight

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At the age of 22, after some years in the court of king Jack McDuff, Benson was already a jazz artist with a gifted touch and good experience. Though far from the commercial fortunes and widespread success of his later albums including 'Breezin' and 'Weekend in L.A.', Benson would go on to work under some of the biggest names around; Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, Freddie Hubbard and many, many more. Here at age 30 and in full flight, Benson comes to you live from the Case Caribe Club. At the peak of his powers on a cold night in 1973, Benson and his fabled jazz guitar deliver a stunning series of standards including 'Love for Sale', 'Invitation' and 'There Will Never Be Another You'.
        
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