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  1. Oscar Peterson - More I See You music CD album at CD Universe, Peterson,Oscar ~ More I See You, enjoy top rated service and worldwide shipping.
  2. Stan Getz and the Oscar Peterson Trio is a studio album by Stan Getz, accompanied by the Oscar Peterson Trio. Track listing. I Want to Be Happy" (Irving Caesar, Vincent Youmans) – " , (CD) Crackerjack Records, with bonus tracks "Candy" and "When Your Lover Has Gone" same personnel plus Gerry Mulligan.
  3. Find Oscar Peterson discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Find Oscar Peterson discography, albums and singles on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases Oscar Peterson Biography by Scott Yanow + Follow Artist. A jazz pianist who possessed dazzling, fluid technique and always delivered the musical goods in a powerfully.
  4. Recorded for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and little heard since then, these radio transcriptions (reissued on CD by Just a Memory) feature the brilliant Oscar Peterson when he was just 25, only two years after being "discovered" by Norman Granz. Peterson performs 20 concise duets with Canadian bassist Auston Roberts; only three songs are over three minutes, and five are under two.
  5. The first disc, The Legendary Oscar Peterson Trio Live at the Blue Note, won two Grammy Awards, one for Peterson’s solo playing and one for best small group (these were the first jazz Grammys ever won by Telarc).
  6. 2 days ago · Oscar Peterson ‎– 5 Original Albums Label: Verve Records ‎– , The Jazz Labels ‎– , Universal Music ‎– /5(11).
  7. The complete original album The Jazz Soul of Oscar Peterson, which presents the great Peterson trio with Ray Brown and Ed Thigpen performing a variety of standard tunes. The same personnel is heard on our bonus album Oscar Peterson Plays Porgy & Bess, added here in its entirety.
  8. These four discs collect the material on six long plays of trios and solos that Oscar Peterson recorded in Villingen, Germany, between and On standards galore, Peterson never lets up in his rigorous, swinging approach. He is at his prime on these recordings, as he himself noted later/5(35).
  9. Oscar Peterson and his classic trio-mates, Herb Ellis on guitar and Ray Brown on bass, heading straight at a lively selection, never hint that they might have liked a drummer along. The model, of course, is Nat King Cole's drumless trio, but Peterson also had been inspired by the rococo and rapid fire of Art Tatum.

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