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Stan Getz: Four Classic Albums (At The Opera House Chicago (Stereo) / At The Opera House (Mono) / Jazz  Samba / Big Band Bossa Nova) (2CD)

Stan Getz: Four Classic Albums (At The Opera House Chicago (Stereo) / At The Opera House (Mono) / Jazz Samba / Big Band Bossa Nova) (2CD)


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AVID Jazz continues with its Four Classic Albums series with a re-mastered 2CD fourth set release from Stan Getz, complete with original artwork, liner notes and personnel details.
Stan Getz with J.J.Johnson-”At The Opera House” (Mono and Stereo versions); “Jazz Samba,” and “Big Band Bossa Nova”.
“A fourth set by Stan Getz” we hear you cry, “we knew he was great but four sets”? We at Avid are, of course, big fans of Mr. Getz and our three previous sets have been extremely popular. But there was something missing we thought, a selection from his great Brazilian influenced era. We have selected two of his finest and most popular albums from that era to represent what was to become a golden moment in the career of Stan Getz and one where he even went on to make the pop charts! We have coupled these classics with both recordings of the first time Stan Getz got together with the famed trombonist J. J. Johnson for what was to become one of the classic live jazz recordings in the catalogue. Both albums became known as “At The Opera House” but in fact one set was actually recorded at The Shrine Auditorium, in Los Angeles while the other was recorded at the Opera House in Chicago. The Chicago set was recorded in stereo and contained five tracks while the Shrine set was recorded a week later in mono and contained six tracks. Our pairing of these two classic concerts together gives you a chance to compare and contrast two very different interpretations of a classic set and to witness two giants of jazz together for the first time and at the top of their game.
Check out:- Stan Getz (AMSC997, 1058 & 1234); Oscar Peterson (AMSC1106,1109 & AMBX146); Herb Ellis (AMSC1032); Charlie Byrd (AMSC1123); Bob Brookmeyer (AMSC1054); Clark Terry (AMSC1102); Jim Hall (AMSC1033); Hank Jones (AMSC1253).

CD1
1-5: ‘At The Opera House Chicago (stereo)’
1. Billie’s Bounce
2. My Funny Valentine
3. Crazy Rhythm
4. It Never Entered My Mind
5. Blues In The Closet
6-11: ‘At The Opera House (mono)’
6. Billie’s Bounce
7. My Funny Valentine
8. Crazy Rhythm
9. Yesterdays
10. It Never Entered My Mind
11. Blues In The Closet

CD2
1-7: ‘Jazz Samba’
1. Desafnado
2. Samba Dees Days
3. O Pato
4. Samba Triste
5. Samba De Uma Nota So
6. E Luxo So
7. Baia
8-15: ‘Big Band Bossa Nova’
8. Manha De Carnival
9. Balanco No Samba
10. Melancolico
11. Entre Amigos
12. Chega De Saudade
13. Noite Triste
14. Samba De Uma Nota So
15. Bim Bom

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