The Oscar Peterson Trio - Oscar Peterson Trio With Ray Brown And Ed Thigpen - Ljubljana, 1964 FLAC album
Title: Oscar Peterson Trio With Ray Brown And Ed Thigpen - Ljubljana, 1964
Style: Cool Jazz, Bop
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Oscar Peterson Trio (With Ray Brown And Ed Thigpen) – Ljubljana, 1964. Label: Giants Of Jazz – CD 53204. Ljubljana, Yugoslavia, July 29, 1964 (On backcover). AAD (On backcover & disc). 1996 by Promo Sound AG (On backcover & disc). Rights Society (Boxed): OSA.
Oscar Peterson Trio + One is a 1964 album by Oscar Peterson, featuring Clark Terry. Brotherhood of Man" (Frank Loesser) – 3:32. Jim" (Caesar Petrillo, Milton Samuels, Nelson Shawn) – 3:01. Blues for Smedley" (Oscar Peterson) – 6:56. Roundalay" (Peterson) – 3:55. Mumbles" (Clark Terry) – 2:01. Mack the Knife" (Marc Blitzstein, Bertolt Brecht, Kurt Weill) – 5:16. They Didn't Believe Me" (Jerome Kern, Herbert Reynolds) – 4:21. Squeaky's Blues" (Peterson) – 3:28.
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.
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After a short try with Charlie Smith on drums, they soon moved to a piano/bass/guitar line-up, working with either Barney Kessel or Irving Ashby during the first couple of years. In 1965, both Brown and Thigpen retired, putting an end to the specific alchemy that defined the classic Peterson trio. Though there were later on a number of other trio sessions led by Peterson (including with Joe Pass, NHØP, Bobby Durham, Louis Hayes, Sam Jones, Jake Hannon), they do not belong to this group and should be filled under "Oscar Peterson".
The Oscar Peterson Trio with bassist Ray Brown and drummer Ed Thigpen lacked the competitiveness of his earlier group with Brown and guitarist Herb Ellis, and the later daring of his solo performances, but the pianist was generally in peak form during this era. He sticks to standards on this live CD (a good example of the Trio's playing), stretching out "Sometimes I'm Happy" creatively for over 11 minutes and uplifting such songs as "In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning," "Chicago" and "The Night We Called It a Da. Few surprises occur, but . .
This 1964 studio session features the Peterson trio with bassist Ray Brown and Ed Thigpen, a group that had been together for five years by then and performed like a well-oiled machine. The repertoire is mostly pop songs of the day, including bossa nova tunes and film themes, and the treatments are fairly brief, with emphasis placed squarely on the melodies.
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|CD 53203||The Oscar Peterson Trio||Oscar Peterson Trio With Ray Brown And Ed Thigpen - Ljubljana, 1964 (CD, Comp)||Giants Of Jazz||CD 53203||Europe||1996|
|CD 53203||The Oscar Peterson Trio||Oscar Peterson Trio With Ray Brown And Ed Thigpen - Ljubljana, 1964 (CD, Comp)||Giants Of Jazz||CD 53203||Czech Republic||1996|