Out There (Betty Carter album)
|Studio album by Betty Carter|
New York City, U.S.A.
|Betty Carter chronology|
Out There (sometimes listed as Out There with Betty Carter) is a critically acclaimed avant-garde bop album by Betty Carter, released in February 1958. Ron Wynn of Allmusic called the album "a dynamic set."
Out There was reissued on Compact Disc by the French label Blue Moon Records in 2005. All the tracks from Out There are also included on the 1992 Impulse!/GRP compilation album I Can't Help It.
- Ray Copeland - trumpet
- Kenny Dorham - trumpet
- Benny Golson - tenor saxophone
- Gigi Gryce - alto saxophone
- Jimmy Powell - alto saxophone
- Sahib Shihab - baritone saxophone
- Sam Jones - bass
- Peck Morrison - bass
- Melba Liston - trombone
- Wynton Kelly - piano
- Specs Wright - drums
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