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The Jamfs Are Coming - The Oscar Peterson Trio - Another Day (CD, Album)
Label: MPS Records - 821 848-2 • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Germany • Genre: Jazz • Style: Bop
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Another Day 8. Blues for Martha (Oscar Peterson) 9. Greensleeves (Traditional) All the Things You Are (Jerome Kern / Oscar Hammerstein II) Too Close for Comfort (Jerry Bock / Larry Holofcener / Georg Weiss) The Jamfs Are Coming (Johnny Griffin) It Never Entered My Mind (Richard Rodgers / Lorenz Hart)
Written for and Introduced by "All the Things You Are" was written for Very Warm for May, a Broadway musical, with book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II and music by Jerome venililajokufamaphenotedla.co show opened Nov. 17, and closed Jan. 6, This was Kern's last Broadway show.
Sep 05, · This CD features one of the lesser-known versions of the Oscar Peterson Trio, taken from a period when the great pianist was joined by bassist George (then known as Jiri) Mraz and drummer Ray Price. The CD reissues all of the music from their two MPS albums (Walking the Line and Another Day) except for a version of "Just Friends" left off due.
Dec 26, · "Oscar Peterson is head and shoulders above any pianist alive today," said another doyen of the instrument, Hank Jones, in the early s. "Oscar .
This LP features one of the lesser-known versions of the Oscar Peterson Trio, taken from a period when the great pianist was joined by bassist George Mraz and drummer Ray Price. Peterson dominates the music more than he had with the Ray Brown-Ed Thigpen (or even the succeeding Sam Jones-Bobby Durham) Trio, sounding in fine venililajokufamaphenotedla.co real surprises occur other than the inclusion of James P.
Aug 17, · I've recently discovered the wonderful music of Oscar Peterson and his trio. My start was of course the album, Night Train and went from there. I've just picked up a copy of Oscar Peterson Plays the Cole Porter Song Book and I am enamored with the sounds coming from my speakers. Does anybody have any favorites* of Mr. Peterson and his trio during the VERVE years?
The Jamfs Are Coming Written By – J. Griffen: B3: It Never Entered My Mind Written By – Rodgers-Hart: The Oscar Peterson Trio: Another Day (LP, Album, Gat) MPS Records: Germany: The Oscar Peterson Trio: Another Day /5(8).
These five tracks are perhaps the best recordings of the great Oscar Peterson. Other reviewers have correctly stated that the early 70's albums that Oscar made in Germany have the highest quality sound of his entire catalog. It is clear though, that the recording of Another Day also happened to capture a peak performance of the Oscar Peterson Trio/5(6).