Benny Carter - Jazz Lines Publications
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Benny Carter wrote this swing-era classic in 1931 and initially arranged it for Chick Webb's band. He revised his interpretation of the tune several times over the years settling on this arrangement recorded by the "The American Jazz Orchestra." The A sections of this arrangement are set in a medium rhumba feel while the bridge swings. There are solos for alto saxophone and trombone. There is also an open solo section. This is not demanding to play and is a great example of Carter's writing and remains one of his most enduring standards.
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