Title: That's Funky
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That's Funky is an album by Benny Golson that was recorded in 1994 and originally released by the Japanese Meldac Jazz label before being reissued by Arkadia Jazz in 2001.
1 Mack The Knife (Funky Version) 5:38 2 Moanin' 7:59 3 Sidewinder 6:12 4 Mississippi Windows 8:17 5 Work Song 6:22 6 Moritat (Modern Bebop Version) 6:01 7 Blues March 8:38. Bass – Ray Drummond Drums – Marvin "Smitty" Smith Piano – Monty Alexander Saxophone – Benny Golson Trumpet – Nat Adderley.
1. Mack, The Knife (Funky Version).
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Artist: Benny Golson Funky Quintet. Album: That's Funky, 2000. Benny Golson - tenor sax; Nat Adderley - trumpet; Monty Alexander - piano; Ray Drummond - bass; Marvin "Smitty " Smith - drums September 7, 1999 NYC Composed by Nat Adderley.
Mack the Knife (Funky Version). Moritat (Modern Bebop Version). See All. That's Funky.
While some may argue that the material on That’s Funky is overdue for a moratorium, Golson’s Funky Quintet has ingeniously crafted worthy interpretations that sound fresh without sentimentality or overt pretensions. JazzTimes 10: Lester Young. Steven Bernstein Remembers Henry Butler. Michael Dease Remembers Urban Clifford Urbie Green.
Benny Golson Funky Quintet Featuring Nat Adderley - That's Funky (Meldac Jazz (J) MECJ-30001). Nat Adderley, trumpet; Benny Golson, tenor sax; Monty Alexander, piano; Ray Drummond, bass; Marvin "Smitty" Smith, drums. 39th Street Music, NYC, December 22 & 23, 1994. Mack The Knife (funky arrange). Moritat (moder be-bop arrange). also issued on Meldac Jazz (J) MECJ-20106, TKCB-73061. Arkadia Jazz 70743 entitled "Benny Golson Funky Quintet - That's Funky". Benny Golson Tenor Summit - Tenor Legacy (Key'stone (J) VACY-1008).
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- Bass – Ray Drummond
- Drums – Marvin "Smitty" Smith
- Piano – Monty Alexander
- Saxophone [Tenor] – Benny Golson
- Trumpet – Nat Adderley