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But Not For Me - Stan Getz - The Gold Collection

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  2. Oct 12,  · Stan Getz "never really composed anything"? Tunes I've found attributed to him on the CDs in my collection are: Sweetie Pie (Gold Dejavu Retro Collection, CD1) Ah-Moore (ditto) Stan's Blues (Live at Montmartre, vol.1) Each of these has a head, before the improvised solos.
  3. Jun 14,  · I've always waited for a CD version of Children of the World by Stan Getz and surprise! I get this 8 CD box for a bargain! It features Getz's experimental phase on Columbia Records, featuring albums like Another World and Captain Marvel, plus explorations in standards and bossanova (Best of /5(5).
  4. Stan Getz. Stanley Getz (February 2, – June 6, ) was an American jazz saxophone player. Getz was known as "The Sound" because of his warm, lyrical tone, his prime influence being the wispy, mellow timbre of his idol, Lester Young.
  5. Jan 18,  · Getz would return to acoustic and sometime piano-less quartet/quintet recordings for a string of phenomenal albums from '64 - '71, a long period that most artists only dream about (including Nobody Else But Me, Stan Getz & Bill Evans, Live In Paris and Dynasty) and all worth seeking out. The '70s were a time of not so memorable albums, but Getz Author: Stephan Moore.
  6. The Complete Roost Recordings is a compilation 3-CD set of sessions led by saxophonist and bandleader Stan Getz recorded for the Roost Records label between and The compilation includes material previously released on Getz's Roost LPs The Sound, The Getz Age, the two volumes of Stan Getz at Storyville and the album with guitarist Johnny Smith - Moonlight in Vermont along with Genre: Jazz, Bebop, Latin jazz.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Box Set release of The Complete Columbia Albums Collection on Discogs.4/4(1).
  8. Though not by any means one of Stan Getz's great albums, this is nonetheless very enjoyable. Quite a bit "hotter" than most of his records, it captures the feel of being at a club on a night when the musicians are all playing very hard and creating lots of positive energy.4/5(1).
  9. At the end of January, he recorded Stan Getz Gold back at the Montmarte Club in Copenhagen and then celebrated his 50th birthday at The Monastery, Copenhagen's finest club. Twenty jazz saxophonists from all over Denmark arrived at the club to play “Happy Birthday” for Stan.

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