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Fine And Dandy - Oscar Peterson - Piano Power (CD)

8 thoughts on “ Fine And Dandy - Oscar Peterson - Piano Power (CD)

  1. The last two cuts on the first CD are the most interesting - Oo-Bop Sh'Bam is the only cut on which I've heard Oscar singing. Amusing, but it was probably best that he stuck to piano. And Sweet Georgia Brown, the last cut on CD 1, begins to hint at the later Oscar Peterson sound. The second CD is really where things get going.4/5(1).
  2. I have had the pleasure of seeing Oscar Peterson live several times over the last four decades, and each concert has been remarkable and memorable. His albums have always been gooMissing: Fine And Dandy.
  3. Tracks -- from The Oscar Peterson Set, Jazz At The Philharmonic, Carnegie Hall, New York, September 16, Tracks , recorded in New York, January 19, Tracks -- recorded in Los Angeles, November 25, Tracks -- recorded in Los Angeles, January 26,
  4. This Box of early Oscar Peterson recordings has 3 of the 4 CDs that i treasure: 2 of the Cds contain Oscar's earliest piano/guitar/bass trio recordings w/ Barny Kessel & Ray Brown which really swing & capture the vitality 'n' freshness of this classic trio from '51/'52 & '54 = Excellent! 1 CD of Oscar's "Debut" first piano recordings which /5(8).
  5. Oscar Peterson's style wasn't fully formed at the time the 78 RPM discs which make up this two-CD set were recorded early in his career, between and Sticking mostly to standards and blues, along with a few well-known jazz compositions such as "Flying Home" and "C Jam Blues," Peterson's sound runs the gamut from Tatum-influenced swing ("Sweet Lorraine" and .
  6. Nov 01,  · Piano Power is a 4 CD, 84 track set following the early career of one of the greatest pianists in the history of jazz. From his Canadian recording debut in , via early triumphs in duet with Ray Brown and on Jazz at the Philharmonic to his great piano, bass, guitar trios with Ray Brown, Barney Kessel and Herb Ellis. Accompanying 44 page booklet.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Box CD release of Jazz Piano Masters on Discogs. Label: Documents - • Format: 10x, CD Compilation Box • Country: Germany • Genre: Jazz • Oscar Peterson – Oscar Peterson: Fine And Dandy Written-By – K. Swift*, P. James*
  8. Editorial Reviews Piano Power is a 4 CD, 84 track set following the early career of one of the greatest pianists in the history of jazz. From his Canadian recording debut in , via early triumphs in duet with Ray Brown and on Jazz at the Philharmonic to his great piano, bass, guitar trios with Ray Brown, Barney Kessel and Herb Ellis/5(8).

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