Top Benny Goodman Albums
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Just Benny Goodman
Just Benny Goodman
[2013]
The Jazz Effect - Benny Goodman
The Jazz Effect - Benny Goodman
[2013]
Moscow Sessions
Moscow Sessions
[2013]
Good Man - The Classic Hits (Christmas Version) [feat. Harry James, Lionel Hampton, Mel Powell & Ruby Braff]
Good Man - The Classic Hits (Christmas Version) [feat. Harry James, Lionel Hampton, Mel Powell & Ruby Braff]
[2012]
Why Don't You Do Right (feat. Peggy Lee)
Why Don't You Do Right (feat. Peggy Lee)
[2012]
A Jazz Hour With Benny Goodman: Stompin at the Savoy
A Jazz Hour With Benny Goodman: Stompin at the Savoy
[2011]
Jazz Masters - Benny Goodman & Friends
Jazz Masters - Benny Goodman & Friends
[2011]
Sweetheart
Sweetheart
[2011]
Get Happy
Get Happy
[2010]
Benny Goodman from A to Z, Vol. 8
Benny Goodman from A to Z, Vol. 8
[2010]
Benny Goodman from A to Z, Vol. 7
Benny Goodman from A to Z, Vol. 7
[2010]
Benny Goodman from A to Z Vol.6
Benny Goodman from A to Z Vol.6
[2010]
Benny Goodman
Benny Goodman
[2010]
Vintage Jazz Nº 30 - EPs Collectors
Vintage Jazz Nº 30 - EPs Collectors "The Young B.G With Joe Venuti - Eddie Lang All Stars"
[2009]
1938 Carnegie Hall Jazz Concert
1938 Carnegie Hall Jazz Concert
[2009]
Benny Goodman: Centennial Celebration
Benny Goodman: Centennial Celebration
[2009]
If I Had You
If I Had You
[2009]
The Yale University Archives, Volume 5
The Yale University Archives, Volume 5
[2008]
Benny Goodman 3-4-5-6-7
Benny Goodman 3-4-5-6-7
[2008]
The Complete Legendary Carnegie Hall 1938 Concert (Bonus Track Version)
The Complete Legendary Carnegie Hall 1938 Concert (Bonus Track Version)
[2008]
Benny Goodman Sextet
Benny Goodman Sextet
[2007]
Camel Caravan Shows 10/39 (Live)
Camel Caravan Shows 10/39 (Live)
[2006]
Jazz Cafe Presents Benny Goodman
Jazz Cafe Presents Benny Goodman
[2005]
The Centennial Collection
The Centennial Collection
[2004]
The Complete Benny Goodman (1941-1942)
The Complete Benny Goodman (1941-1942)
[2000]
Ken Burns Jazz: Benny Goodman
Ken Burns Jazz: Benny Goodman
[2000]
The Fabulous Benny Goodman
The Fabulous Benny Goodman
[1999]
Swingsation: Benny Goodman
Swingsation: Benny Goodman
[1999]
Mozart: Clarinet Quintet - Bartok: Contrast - Gershwin: Rapsody In Blue
Mozart: Clarinet Quintet - Bartok: Contrast - Gershwin: Rapsody In Blue
[1998]
V-Disc
V-Disc
[1998]
The Complete RCA Victor Small Group Recordings
The Complete RCA Victor Small Group Recordings
[1997]
Plays Eddie Sauter
Plays Eddie Sauter
[1996]
The Benny Goodman Story
The Benny Goodman Story
[1995]
Benny Goodman & His Great Vocalists
Benny Goodman & His Great Vocalists
[1995]
Verve Jazz Masters 33: Benny Goodman
Verve Jazz Masters 33: Benny Goodman
[1994]
Swing Sessions
Swing Sessions
[1994]
Benny Goodman On the Air 1937 - 38
Benny Goodman On the Air 1937 - 38
[1993]
Benny Goodman Featuring Peggy Lee
Benny Goodman Featuring Peggy Lee
[1993]
The Harry James Years, Vol. 1
The Harry James Years, Vol. 1
[1993]
Live At Carnegie Hall - 1938 (Complete)
Live At Carnegie Hall - 1938 (Complete)
[1993]
Carnegie Hall Jazz Concert  (Part 2) 1938 / Second Carnegie Hall Jazz Concert 1939 [Giants of Jazz]
Carnegie Hall Jazz Concert (Part 2) 1938 / Second Carnegie Hall Jazz Concert 1939 [Giants of Jazz]
[1992]
Stompin' At the Savoy
Stompin' At the Savoy
[1992]
Benny Goodman : Trio and Quartet
Benny Goodman : Trio and Quartet
[1991]
The Birth of Swing (1935-1936)
The Birth of Swing (1935-1936)
[1991]
Small Groups: 1941-1945
Small Groups: 1941-1945
[1989]
The Yale University Archives, Volumes 1 & 2
The Yale University Archives, Volumes 1 & 2
[1988]
After You've Gone: The Original Benny Goodman Trio and Quartet, Vol. 1
After You've Gone: The Original Benny Goodman Trio and Quartet, Vol. 1
[1986]
Pure Gold
Pure Gold
[1975]
Related Information for Benny GoodmanBenny Goodman, born Benjamin David Goodman, (May 30, 1909 – June 13, 1986) was an American jazz musician, known as King of Swing, Patriarch of the Clarinet, The Professor, and Swing’s Senior Statesman.Goodman was regarded by some as a demanding taskmaster, by others an arrogant and eccentric martinet. Many musicians spoke of The Ray, Goodman’s trademark glare that he bestowed on a musician who failed to perform to his demanding standards. read more