With Stan Getz still topping the jazz charts with his rich tenor saxophone solos and charming charisma, he had teamed up with the great Oscar Peterson in 1957 to record and release this robust uplifting duet classic that finds these two gentlemen of jazz giants in good company. Here Getz and the Peterson Trio showcases the very best of early Getz. He seems to have a joyful, musically sympathetic bond with the other musicians (Peterson on piano, Herb Ellis on guitar, Ray Brown on bass), and it shows in the music. The soundstage is deep & wide, whilst the solo instruments are placed right up-front and center.
With Stan Getz still topping the jazz charts with his rich tenor saxophone solos and charming charisma, he had teamed up with the great Oscar Peterson in 1957 to record and release this robust uplifting duet classic that finds these two gentlemen of jazz giants in good company. Here Getz and the Peterson Trio showcases the very best of early Getz. He seems to have a joyful, musically sympathetic bond with the other musicians (Peterson on piano, Herb Ellis on guitar, Ray Brown on bass), and it shows in the music. The soundstage is deep & wide, whilst the solo instruments are placed right up-front and center.
8719039006007

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Format: CD
Label: FCYS
Rel. Date: 10/18/2019
UPC: 8719039006007

Stan Getz & The Oscar Peterson Trio (Hol)
Artist: Stan Getz
Format: CD
New: in stock 10.99
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DISC: 1

1. I Want to Be Happy
2. Pennies from Heaven
3. Ballad Medley (Bewitched Bothered ; Bewildered / I Don't Why (I Just Do) / How Long Has This Been Going on / I Can't Get Started
4. I'm Glad There Is You
5. Tour's End
6. I Was Doing All Right
7. Bronx Blues
8. Chocolate Sundae
9. When Your Lover Has Gone 1
10. Candy

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With Stan Getz still topping the jazz charts with his rich tenor saxophone solos and charming charisma, he had teamed up with the great Oscar Peterson in 1957 to record and release this robust uplifting duet classic that finds these two gentlemen of jazz giants in good company. Here Getz and the Peterson Trio showcases the very best of early Getz. He seems to have a joyful, musically sympathetic bond with the other musicians (Peterson on piano, Herb Ellis on guitar, Ray Brown on bass), and it shows in the music. The soundstage is deep & wide, whilst the solo instruments are placed right up-front and center.