Title: Capitol Presents
Style: Easy Listening
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Samuel Koontz Donahue (18 March 1918 – 22 March 1974) was an American swing music jazz tenor saxophonist, trumpeter and musical arranger. Born in Detroit, Michigan, he is known for his work with Gene Krupa, Tommy Dorsey, Benny Goodman, Billy May, Woody Herman, Stan Kenton, among many others. Donahue was born in Detroit. He played in the bands of Gene Krupa, Harry James, and Benny Goodman.
Sam Donahue (born March 18, 1918, Detroit, Michigan, USA - died March 22, 1974, Reno, Nevada, USA) was an American jazz tenor saxophonist, trumpeter, arranger and bandleader. He is the father of guitarist Jerry Donahue. Sam played with Gene Krupa (1938-'40), Benny Goodman, Harry James (2), then formed his own big band and recorded for Okeh Records and Bluebird Records. After the World War II, he worked with Tommy Dorsey, Billy May (1954-'55) and Stan Kenton (1960-1961) and many others. He recorded an album under his own name in 1958.
Bennett Lester Carter (August 8, 1907 – July 12, 2003) was an American jazz saxophonist, clarinetist, trumpeter, composer, arranger, and bandleader. With Johnny Hodges, he was a pioneer on the alto saxophone. From the beginning of his career in the 1920s he was a popular arranger, having written charts for Fletcher Henderson's big band that shaped the swing style. He had an unusually long career that lasted into the 1990s.
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Benny Carter was beloved by his fellow jazz musicians for a number of reasons. He was a top-notch composer and arranger, one of the top alto saxophonists (and an accomplished trumpeter when he chose to play the horn), while fellow players also just enjoyed being around him. To celebrate the centennial of Carter's birth, a number of musicians (many of whom had worked with him) were invited to participate in recording his compositions and pieces that he had performed, though there is no effort to re-create any of Carter's recordings.
|A1||I Can't Believe It Was All Make-believe|
|A2||My Melancholy Baby|
|B2||I Can't Escape From You|
|B3||I Can't Get Started|
|B4||I Surrender Dear|