George Benson, ‘The Other Side of Abbey Road’ (A&M/CTI, 1970) | Requisite

Less than a month after The Beatles released Abbey Road, George Benson entered the Rudy Van Gelder Studios and began crafting a brilliant jazz tribute to the Fab Four’s final studio masterpiece. Under the direction of Creed Taylor, and armed with wide-ranging arrangements by Don Sebesky and a remarkable cast of sidemen — including keyboardists

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