Oscar Peterson Trio: все альбомы, включая Almost like being in Love, Lovely to Look At, Over the Rainbow и другие. 50 Essentials of the Oscar Peterson Trio. Live at the Concertgebouw. Ella Fitzgerald, Oscar Peterson Trio.
The Trio is a 1961 live album by the Oscar Peterson Trio, recorded at the London House jazz club in Chicago. Three other albums were recorded by Peterson and his trio at the London House, Something Warm, The Sound of the Trio, and Put On a Happy Face. The complete music recorded by the trio at these sessions was released in 1997. I've Never Been in Love Before" (Frank Loesser) – 5:35. In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning" (Bob Hilliard, David Mann) – 8:07. Chicago" (Fred Fisher) – 8:55.
01. The Lady Is A Tramp (4:50) 02. We'll Be Toghether Again (2:33) 03. Bluesology (9:21) 04. Budo (4:26) 05. I've Got The World On A String (6:27) 06. Daahoud (6:58) 07. When Lights Are Low (4:02) 08. Evrev (4:19). personnel : Oscar Peterson - piano Ray Brown - double bass Herb Ellis - jazz guitar.
Oscar Peterson Trio With Ray Brown & Ed Thigpen Live at the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, Holland, April 10, 1960 More like this. Петерсон Oscar Peterson The Berlin Concerto. Bluesology (Live At Civic Opera House, Chicago). Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Bluesology (Live At Civic Opera House, Chicago) · The Oscar Peterson Trio At The Concertgebouw ℗ 1957. Oscar Peterson Trio - Chicago (Concertgebouw, 1961).
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. 01. The Lady Is A Tramp 02. We'll Be Together Again 03. Bluesology 04. Budo (aka Hallucinations) 05. I've Got The World On A String 06. Daahoud 07. When Lights Are Low 08.
Discover the unreleased live album of the Oscar Peterson Trio at Concertgebouw in lacquer format, the ultimate analog medium. on 10 February 1961 as Norman Granz took to the stage of the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam to present one of the Oscar Peterson Trio’s most sensational concerts. Waiting in the wings was his protégé, the artist he discovered purely by chance one night in 1949 while listening to the radio in a Montreal taxi, the man he would take to the very pinnacle of pianistic success. He was the man Granz presented that evening as the Ineffable
The tracks by Oscar Peterson were subsequently released on Peterson's 1957 album Oscar Peterson at the Concertgebouw. In April that year a Jazz Recital with Billie Holiday was recorded, previously a Clef album, now reissued on the new label. And a former Norgram issue of a radio broadcast capturing a rare trio formation consisting of Lester Young, Nat King Cole and Buddy Rich. The incessant matching of musicians of different generations and schools is strongly associated with Norman Granz whose long-lasting Jazz at the Philharmonic concert project was also part of his work as a record producer
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