|Ben Webster, tenor saxophone, & others|
|Pages/Publication Date:||53 / 2015|
After his long association with Duke Ellington, Ben Webster continued to work with the best in the business. This set's King of the Tenors features Webster with Oscar Peterson, Benny Carter, and Ray Ellis on "Tenderly," "Pennies from Heaven," and "Don't Get Around Much Anymore," while a summit with Coleman Hawkins yields "You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To" and "It Never Entered My Mind." The six other albums collected here on these four discs include Music with Feeling, Soulville, and Tenor Sax Stylings, with such songs as "In a Mellow Tone," "Jeep Is Jumpin'," "Blue Moon," "Prelude to a Kiss," "My Funny Valentine," and "Come Rain or Come Shine."