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The Oscar Peterson Trio With Ray Brown & Ed Thigpen - London Concert 1964 flac album

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Performer: The Oscar Peterson Trio
Title: London Concert 1964
Released: 2006
Style: Bop, Swing, Vocal
Category: Jazz
Rating: 4.1 ✦
Other format: AIFF MP3 DXD TTA RA MMF ASF

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.

The Oscar Peterson Trio Plays is a 1964 album by Oscar Peterson. The Strut" (Oscar Peterson) – 4:05. Let's Fall in Love" (Harold Arlen, Ted Koehler) – 4:41. Satin Doll" (Duke Ellington, Johnny Mercer, Billy Strayhorn) – 5:19. Little Right Foot" (Traditional) – 4:53. Fly Me to the Moon" (Bart Howard) – 4:17.

The first nine performances find the pianist with his regular trio of 1964, bassist Ray Brown and drummer Ed Thigpen. Presumably videotaped for broadcast on the BBC, the audio and video suffer due to being dubs of several generations from the original source, though the selections are well photographed and the music holds up nicely.

NTSC Region 0. The concert offered here presents one of the best trios Oscar Peterson ever had, with bassist Ray Brown and drummer Ed Thigpen. One of the DVD's highlights is the performance of 'Yours is My Heart Alone' from the operetta 'Das Land des Lachelns' by Franz Lehar. This is amazing B&W film of the Oscar Peterson Trio in 1964. Ray Brown is on bass and Ed Thigpen is on drums. The choice of material is great: Waltz for Debby.

This is the classic version of the trio, with Ray Brown on bass and Ed Thigpen on drums. Peterson was at the very peak of his powers and his live recordings from the period have a special edge. This one has not appeared on CD before.

Oscar Peterson: Piano. Jazz At The Philharmonic: - Illinois Jacquet: Tenor Sax. - Nat 'King' Cole: Vocals. Roy Eldridge: Trumpet. Jazz 625 Tv Show Recorded Live In London, England, October 1, 1964 - Oscar Peterson Trio.

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The Oscar Peterson Trio With Ray Brown & Ed Thigpen : 1961, Cologne Gürzenich Concert Hall is a bop music live album recording by OSCAR PETERSON released in 2011 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Cuban Chant 8:01 B2 –The Oscar Peterson Trio With Ray Brown & Ed Thigpen Liza (All The Clouds'll Roll Away) 4:20 B3 –The Oscar Peterson Trio With Ray Brown & Ed Thigpen Where Do I Go From Here 4:54 B4 –The Oscar Peterson Trio With Ray Brown & Ed Thigpen My Funny Valentine 7:54 C1 –The Oscar.

Giriş Yap. Oscar Peterson. The Oscar Peterson Trio (Ray Brown & Ed Thigpen) perform Duke Ellington's "C Jam Blues" in Denmark, 1964. Welcome to D&S Pianos - the London area's only retailer of Yamaha Pianos.

Tracklist Hide Credits

Oscar Peterson Trio, London TV Show, October 1, 1964
1 Hallelujah Time
Written-By – Oscar Peterson
4:58
2 Con Alma
Written-By – Dizzy Gillespie
5:01
3 Waltz For Debby
Written-By – Bill Evans
4:02
4 Cubano Chant
Written-By – Ray Bryant
4:21
5 Yours Is My Heart Alone
Written-By – Franz Lehár
4:49
6 Place St. Henri
Written-By – Oscar Peterson
2:41
7 Reunion Blues
Written-By – Milt Jackson
3:10
8 My One And Only Love
Written-By – Wood*, Mellin*
3:56
9 Nightingale
Written-By – Oscar Peterson
4:35
Bonus Tracks: Oscar Peterson Trio With Nat "King" Cole And Jazz At The Philharmonic.
10 It's Only A Paper Moon 1:40
11 Sweet Lorraine 5:39
12 Stompin' At The Savoy 2:40
13 Tenderly 3:10

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Impro-Jazz
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Impro-Jazz

Credits

  • Bass – Ray Brown
  • Drums – Ed Thigpen (tracks: 1 to 9), Jo Jones (tracks: 10 to 13)
  • Guitar – Herb Ellis (tracks: 10 to 13)
  • Piano – Oscar Peterson
  • Tenor Saxophone – Coleman Hawkins (tracks: 10 to 13), Flip Phillips (tracks: 10 to 13), Illinois Jacquet (tracks: 10 to 13), Stan Getz (tracks: 10 to 13)
  • Trumpet – Roy Eldridge (tracks: 10 to 13)
  • Vocals – Nat King Cole (tracks: 10 to 13)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

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