Oscar Peterson Trio With the All-Star Big Bands - Not So Much A Rhythm Section... FLAC album
Dedicated to a relative of Oscar's that lived in Nova Scotia, this was first done in 1959. The updated version goes along at a better clip, and has just as much swing as you'd expect a tune like this to have. Opening track from the CD "Bursting Out with the All-Star Big Band/Swinging Brass".
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The Oscar Peterson Trio With The All Star Big Band Arranged And Conducted By Ernie Wilkins. C1. Blues For Big Scotia II.
Pianist Oscar Peterson has a rare outing with a big band on this excellent LP. In addition to his usual bassist Ray Brown and drummer Ed Thigpen, Peterson is joined by a particularly strong big band arranged by Ernie Wilkins; there are short solos for several of the sidemen including altoist Norris Turney, James Moody on tenor, and altoist Cannonball Adderley.
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.
Lester Young with the Oscar Peterson Trio is a 1954 studio album by Lester Young, accompanied by the Oscar Peterson Quartet, although the title incorrectly states the band is a trio. The music on this album was originally released as three separate albums: Lester Young with the Oscar Peterson Trio and Lester Young with the Oscar Peterson Trio both released in June 1954 (MGN 5-6), and The President Plays with Oscar Peterson (April 1956, MGN 1054).
Lester Young With The Oscar Peterson Trio is actually a merging of two albums from the 1950s, the original album of the same name, and The President Plays With The Oscar Peterson Trio. Both were recorded in November of 1958, and provide evidence to the contrary to the myth that Young never played in top notch form after his tragic military experience during World War II. While it is true that Young suffered from long bouts of depression and alcoholism after the shattering effects of the army, his playing may have been the sole part of him that survived the experience. The disc starts out with the jumpin' "Ad Lib Blues" and swings throughout. Young swings with both fervor and style, displaying a complete command of his instrument and the song. The music goes where he directs it, but not in a man-handled style such as Hawkins was known for.
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Oscar Peterson Trio: все альбомы, включая Almost like being in Love, Lovely to Look At, Over the Rainbow и другие. Bill Henderson With The Oscar Peterson Trio. Oscar Peterson Trio, Bill Henderson, Bill Henderson, The Oscar Peterson Trio. Bursting out with the All-Star Big Band! Oscar Peterson Trio. Swinging Brass with the Oscar Peterson Trio. It Ain't Necessarily So. Oscar Peterson Trio.
Needless to say, Oscar Peterson is another piano giant and the total package includes booklet, all wonderfully remastered, and as the notes within say is a collection that ranks with Ellington's Okeh material, and Armstrong's Hot 5 and 7's. just as Young's work, they did not call hi. Young's effortless sweet swing flowing along with Oscar Peterson and highlighted with some great guitar work by Barney Kessel will hook you. A special bonus is the President's humor displayed in his vocalizing on Two to Tango. The re-master quality is excellent.
Artist: Oscar Peterson Trio Genre: Jazz Release Date: 1996 Label: Verve Catalog Number: 314 529 699-2 Recording: Studio Length: Format: CD (1 Used). 1961 Cologne, Gürzenich Concert Hall (CD) Oscar Peterson Trio. Bursting Out With The All-Star Band! 1. Blues For Big Scotia.