Ben webster complete sextet studio sessions
The novel itself is scheduled for an April 2018 release, followed by the first album, during the summer 2018.Futhermore, the plan is to release the album in small droplets - one song at the time - for the die-hard fans in an as-of-yet unknown way of releasing music!! "It's really cool to sign with a label, who's actually doing something for the bands, they are signing, be it promotion, advertisement and/or active hard work.Just to give you some idea of how we drew up the criteria for this list: long-playing vinyl records began to appear in the US at the tail end of the 1940s, first in a 10” format, then by the mid-1950s in what became the standard 12” format that still persists today alongside CDs, which first appeared in the mid-1980s.
" have written more than 20 tracks for the upcoming releases, which sees a return to the concept-album style that, the band has been doing on four albums previously. The press has been sitting on this jewel for more than a month, and the reviews and praisal have been rolling in, amongst others landing the band a #1 spot in Sweden's largest magazine, Sweden Rock Magazine.The superb November 1960 session recorded by the Ben Webster-Johnny Hodges sextet in studio conditions at the Jazz Cellar, in San Francisco (without an audience).It is presented here in its complete form, on High Res Audio, for the first time ever.With an active critical fraternity already analysing the music’s every move, by the time records such as Saxophone Colossus turned up in 1956, the ability of a record to influence the entire direction of the music came centre stage.By the 1960s and 70s, things had only intensified on this front, with albums by leading players and breakthrough artists becoming major events, not only for the media feasting on them but for the fans, many who had come to the music from a flourishing progressive rock scene that thrived on such things.
They were backed by a rhythm section of piano, guitar, bass and drums.