|A2||My Gal Sal||3:45|
|A4||Nice Work If You Can Get It||2:25|
|B1||Benny Sent Me||3:45|
|B2||I'm A Ding Dong Daddy||3:23|
|B3||The Man In Love||3:15|
|B4||Have You Met Miss Jones||2:26|
|B5||I Got Rhythm||5:00|
|P 13289||Benny Goodman Trio And Quartet*||Benny Goodman Trio And Quartet* - Live 1937-38 (LP, Comp, RM)||Columbia Special Products||P 13289||US||1973|
|CBK 3000, BT 22517||Benny Goodman Trio And Quartet*||Benny Goodman Trio And Quartet* - Live 1937-38 (Cass, Comp, RE, RM)||Sony Music Special Products, Sony Music Special Products||CBK 3000, BT 22517||US||1985|
|62 853||Benny Goodman Trio And Quartet*||Benny Goodman Trio And Quartet* - Live 1937-38 (LP, Comp, RE, RM)||CBS||62 853||France & Benelux||Unknown|
|BA 13289||Benny Goodman Trio And Quartet*||Benny Goodman Trio And Quartet* - Live 1937-38 (8-Trk, Comp)||CBS||BA 13289||US||1976|
|62853||Benny Goodman Trio And Quartet*||Benny Goodman Trio And Quartet* - Live 1937-38 (LP, Comp)||CBS||62853||Italy||1967|
Original Benny Goodman Trio and Quartet Sessions, Vol. 1: After You've Gone is a jazz compilation album by Benny Goodman. Released in 1987, it consists of selections recorded and originally released by Victor during 1935 and 1936. The personnel included Goodman on clarinet, Teddy Wilson on piano, and Gene Krupa on drums. When the trio became a quartet in August 1936, the fourth member was Lionel Hampton on vibraphone
1950 live album by Benny Goodman. Carnegie Hall Jazz Concert. Live album by. Benny Goodman. The Goodman band and quartet took over the stage and performed the numbers that had made them famous. Some later trio and quartet numbers were well received, and the vocal by Martha Tilton on "Loch Lomond" provoked five curtain calls and cries for an encore
Benny Goodman Treasure Chest Vol. 2. Harry James, Gene Krupa, Teddy Wilson, Charlie Christian, Benny Goodman Trio, Benny Goodman Quartet. 1962 Live, Mono Version. Jazz de poche, no. 24. Gene Krupa, Teddy Wilson, Lionel Hampton, Benny Goodman Quartet. Benny Goodman Quartet.
As the title says, this album consists of live broadcasts from 1937-1938, when the swing era was in full flower, and Goodman's moniker was "The King of Swing", for good reason. Benny and the band (not to mention the trio/quartet) are in top form throughout the album. I can wholeheartedly recommend this collection to everyone. Hardcore Goodman fans don't need any convincing, but I hope that musicians and jazz fans who have yet to hear the musical goodies within this set get a chance to sample them for the first time.
Free download and listen Benny Goodman On The Air 1937 - 3. Benny Goodman - Vieni, Vieni 03:35. Benny Goodman, Benny Goodman Trio - Have You Met Miss Jones? 02:33. Benny Goodman, Benny Goodman & His Orchestra - Clarinet Marmalade 02:11.