Oscar Peterson Trio: все альбомы, включая Almost like being in Love, Lovely to Look At, Over the Rainbow и другие. Swinging Brass with the Oscar Peterson Trio. It Ain't Necessarily So. Oscar Peterson Trio.
This article contains the discography of jazz pianist Oscar Peterson. No distinction is made between sessions as leader or sideman. 1978 The Silent Partner (Movie Score). 1996 Life of A Legend (View Video). 1998 London: 1964 (Vidjazz). 2004 Music in the Key of Oscar (View Video). 2004 Easter Suite for Jazz Trio (TDK). 2004 A Night in Vienna (Verve). 2004 Norman Granz' Jazz in Montreux Presents Oscar Peterson Trio '77 (Eagle Vision USA). 2007 The Berlin Concert (Inakustik).
Oscar Peterson appeared on hundreds of recordings produced by Norman Granz, though most of his early trio dates for Mercury and Clef were overlooked for CD reissue until the release of this thorough seven-disc compilation by Mosaic in 2008. It still represents only a portion of the pianist's considerable output for the two labels between 1951 and 1953.
The Oscar Peterson Trio. It's Easy To Remember. Written-By – R, Rodgers - L- Hart. 1-3. –The Oscar Peterson Trio. Written-By – Oscar Peterson. 1-4. Written-By – Cole Porter. 1-5. Until The Real Thing Comes Along. Written-By – Freeman, Cahn, Chaplin. 1-6. Written-By – H. Gillespie, F, Coots. 1-7. They Can't Take That Away From Me. Written-By – G. Gershwin - I. Gershwin. The Oscar Peterson Trio. Written-By – I. Gershwin, V. Duke. Written-By – L. Hart - R. Rodgers. East Of The Sun. Written-By – Brooks Bowman.
Here's a jazz trio par excellence, making full use in 1956 of the setting's possibilities of airtight collaboration and shifting emphasis. Oscar Peterson and his classic trio-mates, Herb Ellis on guitar and Ray Brown on bass, heading straight at a lively selection, never hint that they might have liked a drummer along. The latter album, on the other hand, is the more breathtaking, a pyrotechnical work-out on standards and bebop classics that amounts to an exhausting experience for any listener. Either album represents an awesome legacy, a reason to run for cover. Possession of both albums is not recommended for the faint of heart.
ARS G 415 Oscar Peterson - An Oscar For Peterson Verve MGV 8341 Various Artists - Special College Jazz Album (complimentary record) Clef MGC 695; Verve MGV 2045 Nostalgic Memories By Oscar Peterson Verve MGV 8079 Nostalgic Memories By Oscar Peterson (not released) Mercury MGC 603; Clef MGC 603 Oscar Peterson Plays Cole Porter Mosaic MD7-241 The Complete Clef/Mercury Recordings Of Oscar
Oscar Peterson was a Canadian jazz pianist and composer. He was called the "Maharaja of the keyboard" by Duke Ellington, but simply ". He released over 200 recordings, won eight Grammy Awards, and received numerous other awards and honours. He is considered one of the greatest jazz pianists, and played thousands of concerts worldwide in a career lasting more than 60 years. The Trio is a 1973 live recording at the London House in Chicago. Winner of the 1975 Grammy Award for "Best Jazz Performance By A Group", this energetic live set is the highlight of all three storied careers.
West Side Story (Oscar Peterson Trio album). West Side Story is a 1962 studio album by the Oscar Peterson and his trio. The album features jazz interpretations of seven songs from the film West Side Story. Something's Coming" – 3:57. I Feel Pretty" – 4:30. All songs composed by Leonard Bernstein with lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Oscar Peterson - piano.
Discography: The Oscar Peterson Trio. I Got Rhythm, 1945-1947 (Doxy Collection; Remastered Version) (2018). In Concert, The Complete Recordings, Ljubljana, 1964 (Doxy Collection; Remastered Version) (2018).
|A1||I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face||6:30|
|A2||Get Me To The Church On Time||6:35|
|A3||When Did I Fall In Love||4:30|
|B1||Close Your Eyes||5:43|
|B3||Sweet Georgia Brown||7:45|
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