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Stan Getz & The Oscar Peterson Trio : The Silver Collection

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best jazzStan Getz and Oscar Peterson both accomplished artist, comfortable in any tempo, when they met in 1957 to incorporate, and they clearly enjoy each skill on ballads and uptempo numbers. This group is one of the best edition of the Peterson trio with bassist Ray Brown and guitarist Herb Ellis. Almost machine, swing easy, and the lack of a drummer can sound smooth Getz reflected in all the details intact. For all the well-known as a virtuoso pianist, coach Peterson is underestimated. He added a solo filled with striking bright propulsion, and resources here are very delicate as it is extroverted solo. This program represents a good mix of standards and original Getz, including "" Last Round lucky, while the extended ballad mixture can define jazz lyricism. There is also a short version, but Detour 'Ahead of infection attacks Ellis' initial and very successful writing guitarist.

Track Listing

1. I Want to Be Happy
2. Pennies from Heaven
3. Ballad Medley: Bewitched, Bothered, and Bewildered/I Don't Know Why I J
4. I'm Glad There Is You
5. Tour's End
6. I Was Doing All Right
7. Bronx Blues
8. Three Little Words
9. Detour Ahead
10. Sunday
11. Blues for Herky

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