Al Benson With The Leon Abbey Trio - Fool That I Am download flac
George Benson - Love X Love (1980).
Lyrics Don't know the right words to say I'm not magic Don't hold the world in my hands Wish I could fly through the air like a hero But I'm just someone.
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The Other Side of Abbey Road. George Benson with the Harlem Underground Band. Erotic Moods e. 1978. He wasn't the frontman and it was not his scheduled release. 2 tracks from the 1978 album were also on the 1976 album. Various artists compilations.
Benson also did a version of The Beatles's 1969 album Abbey Road called The Other Side of Abbey Road, also released in 1969, and a version of "White Rabbit", originally written and recorded by San Francisco rock group Great Society, and made famous by Jefferson Airplane. Benson played on numerous sessions for other CTI artists during this time, including Freddie Hubbard. and Stanley Turrentine, notably on the latter's acclaimed album Sugar. With the 1976 release Breezin', Benson sang a lead vocal on the track "This Masquerade" (notable also for the lush, romantic piano intro and solo by Jorge Dalto), which became a huge pop hit and won a Grammy Award for Record of the Year. He had sung vocals infrequently on albums earlier in his career, notably his rendition of "Here Comes the Sun" on the Other Side of Abbey Road album.
Don Sebesky's arrangements roam freely from baroque strings to a full-throated big band, and Freddie Hubbard, Sonny Fortune, and Hubert Laws get some worthy solo space.
Lyrics to "All I Am" song by George Benson & Al Jarreau: Don't now the right words to say I'm not magic Don't hold the world in my hands Wish I could fly t. .So I'm cherish the moment I've saw you Life might not give me more than that But if you look in my heart you will find That I'm some one who loves you That's all I am. Some one who loves you That's what I am. I'm some one who loves you That's all I am.
And fool that I am for thinking you loved me too. И какая же я дура, что думала, что ты тоже меня любишь. You took my heart then played the part of little coquette. Fool that I am for hoping you'd understand. Какая же я дура, что надеялась, что ты поймешь, And thinking you would listen to all of the things. И думала, что ты выслушаешь все то, The things I had planned. Все то, что я распланировала. But we couldn't see eye to eye.
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.