8 Classic Albums Box-Set
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Digital remastert und überarbeitet für beste Soundqualität. DISC 1 STAN GETZ AT STORYVILLE 1 (1951) & STAN GETZ AT STORYVILLE 2 (1951), DISC 2 CHAMBER MUSIC (1953) & FOR MUSICIANS ONLY (1956), DISC 3 STAN GETZ & THE OSCAR PETERSON TRIO (1957) & GETZ MEETS MULLIGAN IN HI FI (1957), DISC 4 STAN GETZ & CAL TJADER SEXTET (1958) & COOL VELVET (1960)
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Another thing is you can clearly see which albums the tracks are from right in the track titles. More importantly you can listen to sound samples on this page to aid in your purchase decision - and I highly encourage that because your ears will guide you far better than my words.
Among the albums in this set are some true gems. My favorite is the collaboration with Oscar Peterson's trio, but that reflects my personal taste. All are excellent and there is something here for everyone.
Since the source album titles are now part of the track name I will supply background information on each album to add some value to this set. If you purchase this set and want more I recommend looking at 50 Stan Getz Greatest Hits (Remastered Version) which expands to even more albums with little overlap with this one.
Here is the discography info:
At Storyville Vol 1 & 2 recorded at the Storyville Club in Boston on October 28, 1951. This performance features Getz backed by Al Haig on piano Jimmy Raney on guitar, Teddy Kotick on bass and Tiny Kahn on drums.
Chamber Music By the Stan Getz Quintet recorded for Roost in three NYC sessions. The first session on January 23, 1951 recorded Penny and features Getz backed by Horace Silver on piano, Joe Calloway on bass and Walter Bolden on drums. The August 15, 1951 session recorded Yvette, Potters Luck, Wildwood and Melody Express and features Getz backed by Horace Silver on piano, Jimmy Raney on guitar, Tommy Potter and Leonard Gaskin on bass (depending on track) and Roy Haynes on drums. During the December 19, 1952 session that recorded Autumn Leaves, Fools Rush In and Lullaby Of Birdland Getz is backed by Duke Jordan on piano, Jimmy Raney on guitar, Bill Crow on bass and Frank Isola on drums.
For Musicians Only recorded in Los Angeles on October 16, 1956 and features album leader Dizzy gillespie on trumpet, Sonny Stitt on alto and Getz on tenor backed by a rhythm section comprised of John Lewis on piano, Herb Ellis on guitar, Ray Brown on bass and Stan Levey on drums.
Stan Getz & The Oscar Peterson Trio: The Silver Collection recorded in Los Angeles on October 10, 1957 and originally released by Verve the same year. Getz is backed by Oscar Peterson on piano, Herb Ellis on guitar and Ray Brown on bass.
Getz Meets Mulligan in Hi-Fi recorded in Los Angeles on October 12, 1957. Getz and Gerry Mulligan trade off on tenor and baritone sax and are backed by Lou Levy on piano, Ray Brown on bass and Stan Levey on drums.
Stan Getz / Cal Tjader Sextet recorded for fantasy in San Francisco on February 8, 1958. Getz is accompanied by Cal Tjader on vibraphone and backed by Vince Guaraldi on piano, Eddie Duran on guitar, Scott LaFaro on bass and Billy Higgins on drums.
Cool Velvet recorded in Baden-Baden, Germany in March, 1960. Getz is backed by unidentified strings plus Blanchie Birdsong on harp, Dave Hildinger on vibraphone, Jan Johansson on piano, Freddy Dutton on bass and Sperie Karas on drums.
Stan Getz at Storyville, Vol. 1 (1951)
Stan Getz at Storyville, Vol. 2 (1951)
Chamber Music (1953)
For Musicians Only (1956)
Stan Getz and The Oscar Peterson Trio (1957)
Getz Meets Mulligan In Hi-Fi (1957)
Stan Getz and The Cal Tjader Sextet (1958)
Cool Velvet: Getz and Strings (1960)