Saturday, May 20, 2017

Stan Getz






































Artist:  Stan Getz
Birth Name:  Stanley Gayetzky
Born:  February 2, 1927.  Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Died:  June 6, 1991 (Aged 64).  Malibu, California, USA
Genre:  Jazz, Cool Jazz, Bossa Nova, Bebop, West Coast Jazz, Hard Bop, Jazz Instrument, Post Bop, Brazilian Traditions, Saxophone Jazz
Occupation:  Musician
Instruments:  Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone

Stan Getz was an American Jazz Saxophonist.  His idol Lester Young and in 1940 with Woody Herman's Big Band.  He went to perform in Bebop and Cool Jazz Group, but best known for Bossa Nova with the worldwide Hit Single "The Girl From Ipanema" (1964) performed with Astrud Gilberto, and for his work done under the influence of Joao Gilberto and Antonio Carlos Jobim.















Title:  Stan Getz Quartet 1960 Live In Amsterdam  (2016)
Genre:  Jazz, Cool Jazz, Bossa Nova, Bebop, West Coast Jazz, Hard Bop, Jazz Instrument, Post Bop, Brazilian Traditions, Saxophone Jazz
Label:  Fresh Sound
Rating:   *****

Tracks:

Recorded live at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, Holland, April 10, 1960:

 1.  Out Of Nowhere  (9:10)
 2.  The Thrill Is Gone  (4:19)
 3.  Lover Come Back To Me  (8:33)
 4.  Pammie's Tune  (8:37)
 5.  Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most  (4:21)
 6.  Gone With The Wind  (5:52)
 7.  Cherokee  (8:08)

Recorded live at Rheinhalle, Dusseldorf, March 28, 1960:

 8.  Woody'N You  (7:28)
 9.  Permod  (7:49)

Recorded live at Kongresshaus, Zurich, April 8, 1960:

10. I Remember Clifford  (5:10)
11. Land's End  (9:33)

Personnel:

Stan Getz:  Tenor Saxophone
Jan Johansson:  Piano
Ray Brown:  Bass
Ed Thigpen:  Drums

Stan Getz Quartet 1960 Live In Amsterdam is the live album by Stan Getz, was released on July 8, 2016 by Fresh Sound, featuring Jan Johansson, Ray Brown, and Ed Thigpen.  These concert performances recorded in Amsterdam, Dusseldorf and Zurich.



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