Private Reserve Group: Max Bennett: Electric Bass Rob Whitlock: Keyboards Jeff Jorgenson: Saxophones Brian Price: Guitars Dave Hooper: Drums. Special Guests: Tom Scott: Tenor & Soprano Sax Joe Sample: Acoustic Piano Ray Brinker: Drums Scott Breadman: Drums Russell Ferrante: Keyboards Marc Hugenberger: Keyboards. Max Bennett plays original Signature Model fretted and fretless Tobias Basses & SWR sound equipment.
Tracklist: 1. Rubberneck, 2. Just Max, 3. They Say, 4. Jeepers Creepers, 5. . 6. I’ll Never Smile Again, 7. Do You Know Why, 8. Sweet Georgia Brown. More albums from Max Bennett: Max Bennett Plays by Max Bennett. Max Bennett Vol. II by Max Bennett. View all albums . Max Bennett.
Bennett grew up between Kansas City and Oskaloosa, Iowa. Sad news to report today: session bass legend Max Bennett, who worked with artists ranging from Ella Fitzgerald to The Beach Boys to Frank Zappa, has passed away. He was 90 years old. Bennett grew up between Kansas City and Oskaloosa, Iowa. He had his first professional gig with Herbie Fields in 1949, after which he served in the Korean War. After his time in the Army, he worked with Stan Kenton and eventually moved to Los Angeles. Bennett is regarded as a member of session musicians known as The Wrecking Crew, who played on the majority of hits in the ’60s and ’70s
Max Bennett (May 24, 1928 – September 14, 2018) was an American jazz bassist and session musician. In 1973, Guerin and Bennett joined Tom Scott's . Express alongside Joe Sample and Larry Carlton. After recording their eponymous debut album, the jazz fusion quintet served as the core band for Mitchell's Court and Spark (1974). A subsequent iteration of the group (including guitarist Robben Ford and pianist Larry Nash) backed Mitchell on the live Miles of Aisles (1974) and recorded two smooth jazz albums for Caribou Records following Scott's departure in 1976. After the band's dissolution, Bennett formed his own group, Freeway.
Max Bennett (born May 24, 1928) is an American jazz bassist and session musician.
Max Bennett was an American jazz bassist and session musician. Biography - Bennett grew up in Kansas City and Oskaloosa, Iowa, and went to college in Iowa. His first professional gig was with Herbie Fields in 1949, and following this he played with Georgie. Max Bennett (musician).
Max Bennett may refer to: Max Bennett (actor) (born 1984), English actor. Max Bennett (ice hockey) (1912–1972), ice hockey player who played one game in the National Hockey League. Max Bennett (musician) (1928–2018), bassist who has worked with Joni Mitchell and others. Max Bennett (scientist) (born 1939), Australian neuroscientist.
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