George Benson - This Masquerade / Breezin' album
George Benson on vocals and guitar performing Leon Russell's beautiful composition. We could just start over But it's oh so hard to do When you're lost in a masquerade".
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Опубликовано: 2012-04-13 Продолжительность: 38:50 George Benson Full Album "Breezin'" Warner Bros.
Breezin' is the fifteenth studio album by jazz/soul guitarist George Benson. It is his debut on Warner Bros. The album marked the beginning of Benson's most successful period commercially. Breezin' topped the Pop, Jazz and R&B album charts in Billboard and spun off two hit singles, the title song (which has become a smooth jazz standard) and "This Masquerade," which was a top ten pop and R&B hit. The album itself was certified triple Platinum by the RIAA.
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Produced by Tommy LiPuma. Album The George Benson Collection. This Masquerade Lyrics. Both afraid to say we're just to far away From being close together from the start We tried to talk it over but the words got in the way We're lost inside this lonely game we play. The B-side for Leon Russell’s 1972 biggest hit single, Tight Rope, became a top 10 hit for George Benson in 1976. The song, with a single accompanying guitar and piano was the best song of his album Breezin', winning multiple awards for the song, album and songwriter Leon Russell. This Masquerade" Track Info.
Most of Breezin' is a softer-focused variation of Benson's R&B/jazz-flavored CTI work, his guitar as assured and fluid as ever with Claus Ogerman providing the suave orchestral backdrops and his crack then-working band (including Ronnie Foster on keyboards and sparkplug Phil Upchurch on rhythm guitar) pumping up the funk element. Yet it is the sole vocal track (his first in many years), Leon Russell's "This Masquerade" - where George unveiled his new trademark, scatting along with a single-string guitar solo - that reached number ten on the pop singles chart and.
George Benson was a well-respected jazz guitarist when he released his album Breezin'. Most of the album was typical of his jazz guitar style, but this song, which was the only one on the album containing vocals, became his first hit. It set the stage for more popular vocal recordings by Benson. On the Breezin' album, this song runs 8:03. Most radio stations shied away from it, since they didn't want to devote that much airtime to Benson, who wasn't well known at the time. With CKLW in the mix, it was the belief that several major Top 40 stations would follow suit. The final answer on "Masquerade" was given two days later: Ye. A 3:17 radio was released, and Benson had his first Top 10 hit. This song won the Grammy Award for Record of the Year in 1977.
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George Benson is a jazz guitarist born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA on 22 March 1943. He started out playing straight-ahead instrumental jazz with organist Jack McDuff. Benson got his first experience playing with his several-year stint with McDuff's group. In 1964, at the age of 21, Benson recorded his first album as leader, The New Boss Guitar, with Brother Jack McDuff on organ.
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