Ben Webster Meets Oscar Peterson brings together two of the greatest stylists American music has produced. Here, in a program of timeless songs, pianist Oscar Peterson is the perfect foil - his effortless swing an excellent set-up for the unhurried scoops, slurs, and bent notes of tenor saxophone balladeer Ben Webster - just the way he liked it. Originally released in 1959. Ben Webster - tenor saxophone, Oscar Peterson - piano, Ray Brown - bass, Ed Thigpen - drums. Tracks: 1. Touch of Your Pips 2. When Your Lover has Gone 3. Bye Bye Blackbird 4. How Deep Is the Ocean (How High is the Sky) 5. in the Wee Small Hours of the Morning 6. Sunday 7. This Can't Be Love.
Touch of Your Pips
When Your Lover Has Gone
Bye Bye Blackbird
How Deep is the Ocean (How High is the Sky)
In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning
This Can't Be Love
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