Bennie Green ‎– Bennie Green Swings The Blues

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
LP 2002 Bennie Green Bennie Green Swings The Blues(LP, Album, Mono) Enrica LP 2002 US 1960 Sell This Version
MVS 121 Bennie Green Bennie Green Swings The Blues(LP, Album) Mount Vernon Music MVS 121 US 1960 Sell This Version
LP 2002 Bennie Green Bennie Green Swings The Blues(LP, Album) Enrica LP 2002 US 1960 Sell This Version
MVM 121 Bennie Green Bennie Green Swings The Blues(LP, Album, Mono) Mount Vernon Music MVM 121 US 1960 Sell This Version
32ED5052 Bennie Green Swings The Blues(CD, Album, RE) Century 32ED5052 Japan 1988 Sell This Version
FSR-677, LP 2002 Bennie Green Bennie Green Swings The Blues(LP, Album, RE) Fresh Sound Records, Enrica FSR-677, LP 2002 Spain 1989 Sell This Version
BMCD 1618 Bennie Green Bennie Green Swings The Blues(CD, Album, RE) Blue Moon (4) BMCD 1618 Spain 2001 Sell This Version

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DavidFoss

DavidFoss

March 7, 2018
referencing Bennie Green Swings The Blues, LP, Album, MVS 121
electronically reprocessed for stereo, as noted on back cover in detail
sheepriver

sheepriver

January 16, 2018
referencing Bennie Green Swings The Blues, LP, Album, Mono, LP 2002
Regarding: "Most original pressings are of a low quality." Seems like recycled vinyl was used (the Prestige way) so there is a lot of crackling going on. But the Mono cut is deep and still sounds fresh. With a Mono cartridge this really sounds good in spite of a lot of low white noise in the background.
bphig

bphig

January 23, 2013
referencing Bennie Green Swings The Blues, LP, Album, Mono, LP 2002
The Mount Vernon reissue is minus one cut, "Pennies from Heaven" for whatever reason. Seek out the original Enrica or the Fresh Sound reissue. Even this rarity is great (as always) Bennie Green.