Stan Getz And The Oscar Peterson Trio 180g Import LP
Audiophile Grade 180 Gram Pure Virgin Vinyl! Newly
Remastered Classic Jazz Album, One Time Pressing Limited Collector's Edition!
This 1957 date for Verve was the only official collaboration between Stan Getz
and Oscar Peterson and it finds the two jazz greats in a quartet rounded out by
guitarist Herb Ellis and bassist Ray Brown. The lack of drums here allows Getz's
tenor to pace the foreground with a graceful precision while Peterson's deft
fills and relaxed accompaniment creates the perfect atmosphere for creative
interplay and fine sonic detail.
The Norman Granz-produced 7-song set features a dynamic mix of standards, Getz
originals like the heartening "Tour's End" and an infectious version of Ellis'
"Detour Ahead." Getz even regarded this historic meeting with the Oscar Peterson
Trio as, "One of the most enjoyable recordings I ever made. How refreshing it is
to play with these pros."
Recorded in Los Angeles, California, October 10, 1957.
• Audiophile Grade 180 Gram Pure Virgin Vinyl
• Classic Jazz Album
• One Time Pressing Limited Collector's Edition
• Direct Metal Mastering on an Original George Neumann Cutting System
• Newly Remastered
• Deluxe Inner Sleeves
Stan Getz, tenor sax
Oscar Peterson, piano
Herb Ellis, guitar
Ray Brown, bass
1. I Want To Be Happy
2. Pennies From Heaven
3. Ballad Medley
a) Bewitched, Bothered And Bewildered
b) I Don't Know Why I Just Do
c) How Long Has This Been Going On?
d) I Can't Get Started
e) Polka Dots and Moonbeams
1. I'm Glad There Is You
2. Tour's End
3. I Was Doing All Right
4. Bronx Blues
5. Blues For Herky