Label: Cedar (4) - gfs245 • Format: CD • Genre: Jazz •
One of the classic Verve series of recordings from the Newport Jazz Festival, and an album that features one side of the Oscar Peterson trio with Ray Brown and Herb Ellis, plus a side of the trio joined by Jo Jones, Sonny Stitt and Roy Eldridge. 8 tracks in all, including "Will You Still be Mine", "Joy Spring", "Gal In Calico", "52nd Street Theme", "Monitor Blues", "Willow Weep For Me", "Autumn In .
When it comes to jazz piano, Oscar Peterson was one of the greats. This set consists of 4 discs. Disc 1 has 7 tracks from My Fair Lady. His slow waltz version of Show Me makes me laugh. I never noticed it was a very fast waltz before. The rest of the disc consists of 7 tracks of saxophone solos - /5(66).
Titles include "Smile", "On The Trail", "Wheatland", "Younger That Springtime", "Where Do We Go From Here", and "Just Squeeze Me". CD. (Out of print, pressing.) 7 Oscar Peterson — Legendary Oscar Peterson Trio Live At The Blue Note – The Complete Recordings (4 CD set).
~ Oscar Peterson ~ Oscar Peterson, who turns 82 this August, has about eight Grammys to add to his impressive credentials not to mention several Hall of Fame awards. He is the very first jazz musician to receive the most-coveted and prestigious international award "Glenn Gould Prize" given for extraordinary contribution to music.4/5(13).
Benny Carter meets Oscar Peterson – two older giants from the Verve jazz scene of the 50s, recording here in loose quintet format three decades later! The album's got a format that's similar to some of the easy-flowing Verve dates from years back – no surprise, given that Norman Granz produced the set – and there's plenty of room for Carter's amazing tone on the alto to stretch out over.
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