Benny Goodman, Charlie Christian - FLYING HOME

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ベニー・グッドマン六重奏団
FLYING HOME
Benny Goodman Sextet
ベニー・グッドマン
カーネギー・ホール
1939年
有名な1938年のコンサートではなく、1939年10月6日に行われたカーネギーでの2回目の演奏。
この年の夏に加入したばかりのオクラホマ出身の天才エレクトリック・ギター奏者、チャーリー・クリスチャンが大舞台で紹介された最初のステージ。
NOT "famous 1938

Benny Goodman Sextet
Benny Goodman (clarinet)
Lionel Hampton (vibraphone)
Fletcher Henderson (piano)
Charlie Christian (electric guitar)
Art Bernstein (bass)
Nick Fatool (drums)
10/06/1939

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This is great. Charlie Christian was an excellent guitarist.

Author — allaboard70

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History was being made with this recording. Long live Charlie Christian! Love your channel -- Happy New Year!

Author — Trombonology Erstwhile

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Excellent version of Flying Home, thanks for posting it.

Author — USRoute66

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Perfecto punteo de guitarra que sería conocido décadas después como rockin..., muy buena música!!

Author — Catalina Martinez

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For years I thought it was Teddy Wilson on piano.

Author — Alan Card

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Big show for the new discovery. I was worried with the first couple of bars if he was going to be cautious. Then he was brilliant.

Author — Sam Williamson

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Fantastic. You can hear here alltogether the Blues, ragtime, New, Orleans, stride, boogie, swing, proto-bebop, ...and all Naturally blended. Soulfull.

Author — PabloVestory

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Fletcher Henderson on piano! I knew Fletcher worked with Benny after the band battle with Chick Webb. Teddy Wilson also played piano fir Benny's small group. This track is amazing!

Author — HURST KEVIN

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Whos the weirdo saying this is not Flying Home, Its Seven Come Eleven? Does he know jazz at ALL?? Fabulous recording THANK YOU for posting!! xxx

Author — ClaudiaJazzy UK

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Happy New Year to you and thank you for a year of most interesting music.

Author — Aiden057

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wow....i have never heard this one before....wow wow wow wow wow....

Author — Pallathur1917

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La date d'enregistrement de cette mémorable session, est le 2 Octobre 1939, avec le Benny Goodman Sextet. Il comprenait également : Fletcher Henderson au piano, Lionel Hampton au vibraphone, Artie Bernstein à la basse, et Nick Fatool à la batterie.

Author — Guillaume de Saint Leve d'Aguerre

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For a less genteel version look for the Glenn Miller version - he did more than play Moonlight Serenade and In The Mood!

Author — Bob Leadbeater

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listen to his attack, done without a pick.

Author — AnyMajorDude

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thank you CHARLI you are first your polish jest cudowna, ROBERT

Author — dariusz czerminski

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it's a Lionel Hampton penned tune.
It was reportedly developed while Hampton was in the Benny Goodman band. A gig in 1939 required the band to fly from Los Angeles to Atlantic City, the first time Hampton had flown. He began whistling a tune while waiting for the plane to taxi. Goodman asked him what it was, and Hampton said, "I don't know. We can call it 'Flying Home, ' I guess. Hampton later confessed that the tune was a way for him to keep his mind off of the impending flight. The Goodman Quartet played the tune for the first time that night; later that year Goodman recorded the first version of the song, featuring a memorable solo from pioneering guitarist Charlie Christian. Hampton liked the song so much that it became his theme once he left Goodman.

Author — Carlyle Acosta

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its nice  and all, but its "seven come eleven" not "flying home"

Author — astanoriel