℗ ℗ 1968 Storyville Records
 

Ben Webster Plays Ballads Remastered

Ben Webster

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1
Stardust (Remastered)
Ben Webster
6:18
2
Cry Me a River (Remastered)
Ben Webster
4:10
3
For Heavens Sake (Remastered)
Ben Webster
7:46
4
Greensleaves (Remastered)
Ben Webster
2:21
5
My Romance (Remastered)
Ben Webster
8:32
6
Willow Weep for Me (Remastered)
Ben Webster
5:15
7
Old Folks (Remastered)
Ben Webster
7:25
Total Playing Time    41:47
This album is made up of selected live and radio broadcasts with the Danish Radio Big Band and Swedish, British and Danish/American small groups during 1964-71. As the title indicates only ballads are included on the album, and, for the first time on a Ben Webster ballad album, there is no string-section accompaniment. Three of the ten numbers are previously unreleased. The art of ballad-playing was all-important to Ben Webster. He once said “Remember, there are only three tempi in jazz – slow, medium and slow!” While all the tunes are ballads, the wide variety and constellations give a wonderful, multi-faceted sound-picture of Ben Webster.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Storyville Studio Masters

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