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Max Bennett - Great Expectations (CD, Album)

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  • Zululrajas
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  • Akinonos
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    Sep 15,  · Absolutely loved Max Bennett's P-bass lines/grooves/tone. Thank you! I still listen to anything by that '70s era of the L.A. Express. A live album was released a couple years ago. Fans should check it out. Another personal favourite is Bennett on "My Cherie Amour" from Mellow Madness (a '70s Quincy Jones album with The Brothers Johnson). RIP.
  • Voodookinos
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    Aug 22,  · Max Bennett & The Maxx Band album "Great Expectations" featuring Warren Wiebe.
  • Goltilkree
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    Sep 16,  · A couple of prominent bassists have posted on Facebook that Max Bennett has died at age As a teenager, I was impressed with Max's playing with Joni Mitchell and on Frank Zappa's "Hot Rats" album. The album "Tom Cat" by Tom Scott and the L.A. Express, which featured Bennett, was a big favorite of mine.
  • Bratilar
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    MAX BENNETT – May 24, – September 14, OVERVIEW Max Bennett, the internationally known jazz bassist, session musician, composer, and producer, has died. He passed away at his home in San Clemente, CA with his beloved wife Teri by his side. He was Max Bennett’s versatile music career spanned seven decades in [ ].
  • Vozahn
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    Max Bennett (May 24, – September 14, ) was an American jazz bassist and session musician. After recording their eponymous debut album, Great Expectations (Chase Music, ) Max Is the Factor (Fresh Sound, ) As sideman.
  • Yokus
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    MAX BENNETT & THE MAXX BAND - GREAT EXPECTATIONS - conrefordatosgimafourpnorotamoun.coinfo Music Skip to main content GREAT EXPECTATIONS MAX BENNETT & THE MAXX BAND (Artist) Format: Audio CD. Audio CD; Number of Discs: 1; Label: .
  • Tauzragore
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    Review of Great Expectations by Bill Kohlhasse – Excerpt from LA Times, Friday Nov 24, “In the kingdom of electric bass, the groove is king. And few groove as deeply as Max Bennett. The reason? Probably that Bennett has had more experience than most in .
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