Django - Oscar Peterson - Tracks (CD, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Django - Oscar Peterson - Tracks (CD, Album)

  1. Paired here with Oscar Peterson on piano, Ray Brown on bass, and Ed Thigpen on drums, here is an album primarily of ballads that anyone would enjoy while relaxing (another great chill album - put this on after listening to our last selection Django). Along with Miles Davis' version, this is one of the great versions of "Bye Bye Blackbird".
  2. Oscar Peterson - Tracks () CD Rip. , WebSite: Album Preview. Tracklist 1 Give Me The Simple Life 2 Basin Street Blues 3 Honeysuckle Rose 4 Dancing On The Ceiling 5 A Child Is Born 6 If I Should Lose You 8 Django .
  3. Oct 19,  · referencing Tracks, LP, Album, YSMP One, in my opinion perhaps the best, of the few Oscar Peterson solo piano performances. This album was recorded at the Hans Georg Brunner-Schwer Studio in Villingen, Germany on November 10 through 13, /5(84).
  4. Buy Oscar Peterson's album titled Perfect Peterson: Best of the Pablo & Telarc Recordings. as well as the title track form the Nigerian Marketplace album but recorded live in Japan in The biggest complaint is that there isn't anything here actually from that classic album on this set. The first of two double-CD sets contains a Price: $
  5. album. Walkman Jazz: Oscar Peterson 2. The Shadow Of Your Smile Oscar Peterson: 3. Roundalay The Oscar Peterson Trio & Clark Terry: 4. Django Oscar Peterson: 5. Autumn Leaves Oscar Peterson: 6. Easy Listening Blues Listen to your favorite songs from Walkman Jazz: Oscar Peterson by Oscar Peterson Now.
  6. A solo sparkler from Oscar Peterson – recorded in a flurry of excellent late 60s recordings for MPS, and done in a warmly rhythmic mode that puts Peterson's solo work right up there in the ranks of Tatum and Garner! The production on the album is immaculate – done with a depth that easily set a new level for solo piano at the time, and which has Peterson's tones ringing out with.
  7. Bien que l'impressionnisme évanescent ne soit point de mise sur Tracks, Oscar Peterson n'en oublie pas pour autant de célébrer un lyrisme échevelé et non dénué d'humour comme en atteste l'ironique "A Little Jazz Exercise". Quant à l'art de la ballade, il est ici sublimé par une virtuosité hors norme (superbe version de "Django").Reviews:

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