16 Most Requested Songs

16 Most Requested Songs

by Benny Goodman

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Overview

16 Most Requested Songs is a midline-priced collection that spotlights many of Goodman's best-known and most popular performances for Columbia Records, including "Let's Dance," "Avalon," "Somebody Stole My Gal," "Why Don't You Do Right," "After You've Gone," "Stompin' at the Savoy," "How Am I to Know?" and "Sing Sing Sing." Although it's far from a perfect retrospective of his career, it's still a nice sampler of familiar items, and it may satisfy the needs of some casual fans who only want the hits.

Product Details

Release Date: 07/13/1993
Label: Sony
UPC: 0074645377421
catalogNumber: 53774

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Benny Goodman   Primary Artist,Clarinet
Peggy Lee   Vocals
Charlie Christian   Guitar
Bud Freeman   Tenor Saxophone
Terry Gibbs   Vibes
Lionel Hampton   Vibes
Harry James   Trumpet
Gene Krupa   Drums
Mundell Lowe   Guitar
Red Norvo   Background Vocals,Vibes
Mel Powell   Piano
Paul Smith   Piano
Teddy Wilson   Piano
Cootie Williams   Trumpet
Dave Barbour   Guitar
Gus Bivona   Alto Saxophone
Billy Butterfield   Trumpet
Ziggy Elman   Trumpet
Bernie Leighton   Piano
Lou McGarity   Trombone
Vido Musso   Tenor Saxophone
Babe Russin   Tenor Saxophone
George Van Eps   Guitar
Don Lamond   Drums
Mike Bryan   Guitar
Felix Slatkin   Violin
Paul Nero   Violin
Georgie Auld   Tenor Saxophone
Red Ballard   Trombone
Danny Bank   Baritone Saxophone
Bus Bassey   Tenor Saxophone
George Berg   Tenor Saxophone
Cy Bernard   Cello
Artie Bernstein   Bass
Harry Bluestone   Violin
Vernon Brown   Trombone
Big Sid Catlett   Drums
Ralph Collier   Drums
Morty Corb   Bass
Epstein   Tenor Saxophone
Buff Estes   Alto Saxophone
Nick Fatool   Drums
Morey Feld   Drums
Fletcher Henderson   Piano
Chuck Gentry   Baritone Saxophone
Harry Goodman   Bass
Irving Goodman   Trumpet
Chris Griffin   Trumpet
Cliff Hills   Bass
Jerry Jerome   Tenor Saxophone
George Koenig   Alto Saxophone
Clyde Lombardi   Bass
Virginia Majewski   Cello,Viola
Johnny Martel   Trumpet
Skip Martin   Alto Saxophone,Tenor Saxophone
Jimmy Maxwell   Trumpet
Nuncio "Toots" Mondello   Alto Saxophone
Liza Morrow   Vocals
Bob Poland   Baritone Saxophone
Bernie Privin   Trumpet
Allan Reuss   Guitar
Art Rolline   Tenor Saxophone
Arthur Rollini   Tenor Saxophone
Ted Rosen   Violin
Mischa Russell   Violin
Bill Schaeffer   Trombone
Hymie Schertzer   Alto Saxophone
Bob Snyder   Alto Saxophone
Jess Stacy   Piano
David Sterkin   Cello,Viola
Robert Sushel   Violin
Tom Morgan   Guitar
Ted Vesely   Trombone
Jon Walton   Tenor Saxophone
Sid Weiss   Bass
Alvin Davis   Trumpet
Samuel Cytron   Violin
Bus Buassey   Tenor Saxophone
Arnold Covarrubias   Guitar
Jimmy Maswell   Trumpet
Eudice Shapiro   Violin
Tony Faso   Trumpet
Alec FILA   Trumpet
Frank LePinto   Trumpet
Clint Neagley   Alto Saxophone
Charlie Queener   Piano
Morty Stuhlmaker   Bass
Eddie Aulino   Trombone
Vince Badale   Trumpet
Charlie Castaldo   Trombone
Hud David   Drums
Sol Kane   Alto Saxophone
Sam Middleman   Violin
Bill Shine   Alto Saxophone
Leonard Sims   Tenor Saxophone
Lawrence Stearns   Trumpet
Benny Goodman & His Orchestra   Track Performer
Harry Jaeger   Drums
Gerald Sanfino   Alto Saxophone
Victor Gottlieb   Cello
Jack Henderson   Tenor Saxophone
"Slim" Davis   Trumpet
Thompson   Trombone
Bob Cutshall   Trombone
Clint Nealty   Alto Saxophone
Tommy Reo   Trombone
Sy Shaeffer   Trombone
Cliff Hill   Bass

Technical Credits

Tiny Bradshaw   Composer
Benny Goodman   Composer
Lionel Hampton   Composer
Edward Johnson   Composer
Bobby Plater   Composer
Jerry Shulman   Executive Producer
Howard Fritzson   Art Direction
Roy Hemming   Liner Notes
Darryl Zudeck   Illustrations
Sydney Robin   Composer
Robert Wright   Composer

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16 Most Requested Songs 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Best Goodman album. Full 12 minute version of "Swing Swing Swing". Haven't found that before.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago