The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, February 5,1991- Page 7
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The tunes that have been chosen
are an interesting mix as well -
from jazz standards ("On Green Dol-
phin Street," "Skylark,") to a funky
Jackie Wilson composition ("Baby
Workout") that has closer thematic
ties with Benson's mid-'70s work
than with straight-ahead jazz.
Those familiar with Benson's vo-
cal work may find it a surprise to
hear him sing jazz. His phrasing and
intonation are excellent, and his tone
is strong and clear. Surprisingly'
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this clarity of tone works to his dis-
advantage; at times, his voice sounds
almost too good. Jazz singers such
as Frank Sinatra and Mel Torme
have a certain degree of breathiness
in their tone that gives their singing
a degree of charm and individualism.
Benson, by comparison, sounds
anonymous and dated, most notably
when he sings Sinatra-esque popular
songs such as "I Only Have Eyes
This complaint, however, is a tri-
fling one; for the most part, Ben-
son's vocals are excellent. On
"Portrait of Jennie," Benson croons
seductively over the backdrop of
Robert Fahrnon's string arrange-
ment, and on "Ready Now That You
As for the guitar playing, Benson
has subdued himself a bit. The al;
bum is more of a showcase for hid
vocals and the Basie Orchestra, and
he does not give himself a chance to r
stretch out with much solo work.
The few glimpses we get of his
playing are well-crafted, bebop-ori-
ented improvisations, and it would
have been nice to hear more of this.
One gets the feeling throughout
that Benson may be holding back
just a bit, but it gives the album a
smooth, relaxed feel. Above all, the
B album swings, and as far as Count
e n S o nBasie was concerned, that was al-
ways the most important thing any-
Are," he shows that he is a first-rate way.
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