Oscar Peterson at the Concertgebouw is a 1957 live album by the Oscar Peterson Trio. Although said to be recorded in Europe, the music comes from a Chicago concert, and the five additional selections, are from an appearance in Los Angeles. The Lady Is a Tramp" (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers) - 4:51. We'll Be Together Again" (Carl T. Fischer, Frankie Laine) - 2:34. Bluesology" (Milt Jackson) - 9:23. Budo" (aka "Hallucinations") (Miles Davis, Bud Powell) - 4:42.
Shop Oscar Peterson In Chronology Vinyl and CD. Oscar Peterson In Chronology. Parent Label: Complete Jazz Series. In Chronology - 1950 (20xFile, MP3, Comp, 320). Complete Jazz Series.
March, 1950 - May 8, 1950. Refined Elegant Joyous Warm Laid-Back/Mellow Sophisticated Rollicking Delicate Intimate Sentimental Stylish. In Love Sweet Dreams Dinner Ambiance. Oscar Peterson, Oscar Peterson Trio.
1957 live album by Oscar Peterson. Oscar Peterson at the Concertgebouw. Around this time Brown was appearing in Jazz at the Philharmonic concerts and it was at a Jazz at the Philharmonic concert in 1949 that Brown first worked with the jazz pianist Oscar Peterson, in whose trio Brown would play from 1951 to 1966. Between 1957 and 1959, Brown appeared on Blossom Dearies first five recordings for Verve Records, after leaving the Trio he became a manager and promoter as well as a performer.
Oscar Peterson was born August 15, 1925 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. His parents were immigrants from the British West Indies and the Virgin Islands. His father, Daniel Peterson, was boatswain on a sailing vessel when he met Olivia John in Montreal, They decided to remain in Canada, get married, and start a family. Oscar was the fourth of five children. In 1950, he was awarded the DownBeat Award for Best Jazz Pianist. He would go on to garner this award twelve more times during his career. He continued his extensive touring of the United States, and later, as a musical ambassador for the Canadian government, he toured Europe, Africa, South America, the Far East, and even Russia.
00:03:30) Oscar Peterson - 1950 - - It's Easy to Remember (So Easy to Remember). 13. (00:02:56) Oscar Peterson - 1950 - - Pooper. 14. (00:03:13) Oscar Peterson - 1950 - - Love for Sale. 15. (00:02:47) Oscar Peterson - 1950 - - Until the Real Thing Comes Along.
Oscar Peterson at the Stratford Shakespearean Festival is widely regarded as the landmark album in Peterson's career, and one of the most influential trios in jazz . From the late 1950s, when Peterson gained worldwide recognition as one of the leading pianists in jazz, he played in a variety of settings: solo, duo, trio, quartet, small bands, and big bands. However, his solo piano recitals, as well as his solo piano recordings were rare, until he chose to make a series of solo albums titled Exclusively for My Friends.
The Chronological Classics: Oscar Peterson 1950-1952 Contents.
Oscar Emmanuel Peterson, CC, CQ, OOnt (August 15, 1925 – December 23, 2007) was a Canadian jazz pianist and composer. He was called the "Maharaja of the keyboard" by Duke Ellington, but simply ". He released over 200 recordings, won eight Grammy Awards, and received numerous other awards and honours. He is considered to have been one of the greatest jazz pianists, and played thousands of concerts worldwide in a career lasting more than 60 years. The Genius of Oscar Peterson released: 2004. A Night in Vienna released: 2004. The Chronological Classics: Oscar Peterson 1950-1952 released: 2003. Cheek to Cheek released: 2003. The Chronological Classics: Oscar Peterson 1950 released: 2002. Solo: Live released: 2002. Genesis released: 2002.
|1||Smoke Gets In Your Eyes||3:07|
|4||I'll Remember April||3:35|
|6||Exactly Like You||2:28|
|7||Easy To Love||3:20|
|8||Takin' A Chance On Love||3:06|
|13||Salute To Garner||2:53|
|14||I Get A Kick Out Of You||3:07|
|17||What Is It?||3:33|
|18||The Way You Look Tonight||3:03|
|20||Gai / Padovani / Ray's Blues||9:11|
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