George Benson - All The Things You Are Lyrics

You are the promised kiss of springtime
That makes the lonely winter seem long
You are the breathless hush of evening
That trembles on the brink of a lovely song

You are the angel glow that lights a star
The dearest things I know are what you are
Someday my happy arms will hold you
And someday I'll know that moment divine
When all the things you are, are mine

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  1. David Eastlee

    love George's feeling

  2. Cliff Works

    in 71 i hung with GB nightly a week he sang each note as we jammed, said he could do that since childhood singing playing dancing in the street, charlie parker's just friends came on the jukebox - he softly sang solo note for note along with bird.

  3. Cliff Works

    please credit all band members
    Bass – George Duvivier, Drums – Al Harewood, Guitar – George Benson Piano – Mickey Tucker, Recorded live at 'Casa Caribe Club' - Plainfield, NJ 1973
    Although George Benson was 30 years old when he recorded this date, he was still far from the commercial fortune and success that would come with albums such as Breezin', Weekend In L.A. and most of all Give Me The Night. He was nonetheless already a jazz artist with a gifted touch. This live session recorded on a Sunday afternoon at the New Jersey Club Casa Caribe in 1973, is probably his last jazz date until his comeback in 1989 with the Big Boss Band Album (featuring the ex-Count Basie Band). Benson's playing is in excellent form, delivering a stunning series of standards. The rhythm session here is also top quality, with pianist Mickey Tucker (previously with Sonny Stitt, Art Blakey and Junior Cook), bassist George Duvivier (who recorded with Bud Powell and Lester Young) and drummer Al Harewood, member of the former US3, trio of Horace Parlan and companion of Blue Note stars Grant Green.

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  5. Hank Garland

    Thank you George 💜🎸

  6. Jay Viviano

    George Benson's tribute to one of his heroes.. the great, legendary guitarist Hank Garland. This was on Hank Garlands Jazz Winds album that captured the young George Benson's ear as a budding guitarist.


    That's 100% correct Jay! Thanks for saying so. Hank had such an important impact on Benson. RIP Hank, you were awesome!

  7. Ferri Gian Luca

    Good trip.

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    Paul lakatos best

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  10. yves darbellay

    incredible piano solo

  11. Jay DeLuca

    Here is where Giants trod....beyond words!

  12. Rich K.

    drum solo as musical as jack de johnette.
    rhythm section at play.

  13. exjazzbass baz

    one of the great jazz guitar players of the century.the commercial stuff brings in the bread.thats not to say its bad.many thanks..