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Walking To New Orleans

George Benson

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1
Nadine (Is It You)
George Benson
3:53
2
Ain't That A Shame
George Benson
3:49
3
Rockin' Chair
George Benson
3:39
4
You Can't Catch Me
George Benson
3:35
5
Havana Moon
George Benson
4:54
6
I Hear You Knocking
George Benson
3:45
7
Memphis, Tennessee
George Benson
3:19
8
Walking To New Orleans
George Benson
4:08
9
Blue Monday
George Benson
3:03
10
How You've Changed
George Benson
3:19
Total Playing Time    37:24
George Benson gets back to Americana basics on Walking to New Orleans, the jazz guitar legend's tribute to both piano-pounding hit machine Fats Domino and the original rock guitar hero and poet, Chuck Berry.

Walking to New Orleans is Benson's first recording since 2013's Inspiration: A Tribute to Nat King Cole, but it couldn’t be more different. Where Benson embellished Cole's cool tunes with lush orchestral arrangements, Walking to New Orleans came about by hunkering down in a Music Row studio, with a quartet of first-call Nashville cats. This is Benson's 45th album, and few sound as loose-limbed and flat-out fun.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Provogue Records Studio Masters

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