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mardi 8 octobre 2019

THE GEORGE BENSON QUARTET THE GEORGE BENSON COOKBOOK

COLUMBIA RECORDS 1966                              CS 9413

The George Benson Cookbook is the third album by 
jazz/soul guitarist George Benson to be produced by John Hammond.


credits:

Baritone Saxophone – Ronnie Cuber (tracks: A1, A2, A4, B2 to B5)
    Drums – Jimmy Lovelace, Marion Booker*
    Guitar – George Benson
    Organ [Featuring] – Lonnie Smith
    Trombone – Benny Green*
    Written-By – G. Benson* (tracks: A1 to A3, A5, B1, B3)



Produced by John Hammond
Recorded: August 1, & October 19, 1966 



tracks list:


A1 The Cooker 4:18
A2 Benny's Back 4:10
A3 Bossa Rocka 4:20
A4 All Of Me
Vocals – George Benson
Written-By – G. Marks*, S. Simons*
2:08
A5 Big Fat Lady 4:40
B1 Benson's Rider 5:30
B2 Ready And Able
Written-By – J. Smith*
3:32
B3 The Borgia Stick 3:05
B4 Return Of The Prodigal Son
Written-By – H. Ousley*
2:34
B5 Jumpin' With Symphony Sid
Written-By – L. Young*
6:33






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