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George Benson - Give Me The Night
George Benson
Give Me The Night
LP | 1980 | EU | Reissue (Music On Vinyl)
26,99 €*
Release:1980 / EU – Reissue
Give Me The Night is the 1980 album by ten-time Grammy Award-winning American musician and singer-songwriter George Benson. Produced by Quincy Jones and originally released on Jones' start-up label Qwest Records, the album charted number one on both the Top Soul Albums and Jazz Albums Chart as well as number three on the Billboard Pop Albums charts.

180g audiophile vinyl.
George Benson - Walking To New Orleans-Remembering Black Vinyl Edition
George Benson - Irreplaceable
George Benson
LP | 2003 | EU (Trading Places)
21,99 €*
Release:2003 / EU
Genre:Organic Grooves
Jazz guitar legend George Benson began his career unfeasibly young, recording for RCA aged nine. After a spell with organist Jack McDuff, he went solo in the early 1960s, cutting volumes of jazz and soul before belatedly scoring hits as a lead vocalist. Irreplaceable dates from 2003, when Benson had embraced the slick grooves of urban contemporary, working with Robert Bell’s son Hakim, Joshua P Thompson and fellow Babyface collaborator, Joe. This gatefold sleeve reissue comes complete with three songs that appeared on certain later editions, namely ‘Softly, In A Morning Sunrise,’ ‘Take You Out’ and ‘Arizona Sunrise.’
George Benson - Erotic Moods
George Benson - Give Me The Night / Breezin' / The World Is A Ghetto
George Benson - Breezin'
George Benson - Give Me The Night
George Benson
Give Me The Night
LP | 1980 | UK | Reissue (Pure Pleasure)
36,99 €*
Release:1980 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
This is the peak of George Benson's courtship of the mass market -- a superbly crafted and performed pop album with a large supporting cast -- and wouldn't you know that Quincy Jones, the master catalyst, is the producer. Q's regular team, including the prolific songwriter Rod Temperton and the brilliant engineer Bruce Swedien, is in control, and Benson's voice, caught beautifully in the rich, floating sound, had never before been put to such versatile use. On "Moody's Mood", Benson really exercises his vocalese chops and proves that he is technically as fluid as just about any jazz vocalist, and he become a credible rival to Al Jarreau on the joyous title track. Benson's guitar now plays a subsidiary role -- only two of the ten tracks are instrumentals -- but Q has him play terrific fills behind the vocals and in the gaps, and the engineering gives his tone a variety of striking, new, full-sounding timbres. The instrumentals themselves are marvelous: "Off Broadway" is driving and danceable, and Ivan Lins' "Dinorah, Dinorah" grows increasingly seductive with each play. Benson should have worked with Jones from this point on, but this would be their only album together.
George Benson - The world is a ghetto
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