Benny Goodman – 35 Essentials of Benny Goodman (2014) [FLAC 24bit, 96 kHz]

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Artist: Benny Goodman
Album: 35 Essentials of Benny Goodman
Genre: Jazz
Release Date: 2014
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 01:53:48
Total Tracks: 35
Total Size: 1,05 GB

Tracklist:

1. Benny Goodman – Stompin’ at the Savoy (03:15)
2. Benny Goodman – When Buddha Smiles (03:15)
3. Benny Goodman – Runnin’ Wild (02:40)
4. Benny Goodman – Sing, Sing, Sing (03:27)
5. Benny Goodman – The Man I Love (03:28)
6. Benny Goodman – Let’s Dance (00:49)
7. Benny Goodman – Makin’ Whoopee (03:09)
8. Benny Goodman – Sweet Georgia Brown (03:05)
9. Benny Goodman – Body and Soul (03:30)
10. Benny Goodman – Down South Camp Meetin’ (03:11)
11. Benny Goodman – Henderson Stomp (02:44)
12. Benny Goodman – Memories of You (03:20)
13. Benny Goodman – Oh, Lady Be Good (03:04)
14. Benny Goodman – Sweet Sue, Just You (03:18)
15. Benny Goodman – Avalon (03:17)
16. Benny Goodman – I Can’t Get Started (03:17)
17. Benny Goodman – It’s Been so Long (03:37)
18. Benny Goodman – Whispering (03:24)
19. Benny Goodman – Behave Yourself (02:59)
20. Benny Goodman – Dinah (02:42)
21. Benny Goodman – Tiger Bag (03:24)
22. Benny Goodman – China Boy (03:15)
23. Benny Goodman – Opus 1 / 2 (03:24)
24. Benny Goodman – Shine (04:35)
25. Benny Goodman – Pick a Rib (05:01)
26. Benny Goodman – Moonglow (02:58)
27. Benny Goodman – Puttin’on the Ritz (03:03)
28. Benny Goodman – And the Angels Sing (03:58)
29. Benny Goodman – I Never Knew (03:08)
30. Benny Goodman – Bugle Call Rag (02:49)
31. Benny Goodman – One O’Clock Jump (03:56)
32. Benny Goodman – That’s a Plenty (03:08)
33. Benny Goodman – Don’t Be That Way (03:05)
34. Benny Goodman – Smiles (03:01)
35. Benny Goodman – Good-Bye (03:17)

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Benny Goodman was the first celebrated bandleader of the Swing Era, dubbed “The King of Swing,” his popular emergence marking the beginning of the era. He was an accomplished clarinetist whose distinctive playing gave an identity both to his big band and to the smaller units he led simultaneously. The most popular figure of the first few years of the Swing Era, he continued to perform until his death 50 years later.

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