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  1. Stan Getz And Gerry Mulligan, Stan Getz And The Oscar Peterson Trio (Verve MGV) Stan Getz, tenor sax; Oscar Peterson, piano; Herb Ellis, guitar; Ray Brown, bass.: same session. Capitol Tower, Los Angeles, CA, October 10,
  2. Mar 22,  · From Jazz from America On Disques Vogue (Sony Music/Legacy) boxset - CD 2 - with a playing time just shy of 70 minutes. STAN GETZ QUARTET (Vogue/Sony Music Legacy) CD Tracks STAN GETZ QUARTET - Stan Getz Quartet (10" Roost LP) Recorded with Stan Getz (tenor sax), Horace Silver/Al Haig (piano), Joe Calloway / Tommy Potter (double bass), Walter Bolden / Roy .
  3. * Savoy XP Stan Getz - New Trends Of Jazz, Vol. 2 * Savoy XP Stan Getz - New Trends Of Jazz, Vol. 1 * Savoy Stan Getz - Stan Getz Along / Stan's Mood * Savoy Charlie Parker - Klaunstance / Stan Getz - Slow * Savoy J.J. Johnson - Audubon / Stan Getz - .
  4. The Studio Albums Robin Trower. out of 5 stars Editorial Reviews VARIOUS ARTISTS - JAZZ FROM AMERICA ON DISQUES VOGUE (BOX SET) - 20 CD SET Song Title 1: Cotton Tail. by Billy Strayhorn Trio. Cotton Tail by Billy Strayhorn Trio. Not Available Sweetie Pie by Stan Getz Quartet. Not Available 2: Yesterdays. by Stan Getz /5(21).
  5. This 3-CD set brings together all the Roost recordings Getz made from , including the sides he made with guitarist Johnny Smith; also thrown in for good measure are 3 live guest performances Getz made at Birdland with the Basie band in /5(8).
  6. Discogs: CD, Sweetie Pie. リリースのクレジット、レビュー、トラックを確認し、購入。.
  7. The Stan Getz Quartet CD discography With striking artwork gracing the cover by designer Burton Yount, this specially-priced compilation is packed with over 78 minutes of music that celebrates Resonance's ongoing dedication to unearthing lost treasures from the jazz clubs and tape vaults all around the miteredebtcysfateryslemeeniszyns.xyzinfog: Cherokee.
  8. After leaving Woody Herman's Orchestra, tenor saxophonist Stan Getz became one of the leaders of the "cool school" due to his attractive light tone and his strong jazz abilities. This CD features his quartets. On the first seven selections, Getz is accompanied by pianist Al Haig, bassist Tommy Potter, and drummer Roy Haynes; they play such numbers as "On the Alamo," "Yesterdays," and Missing: Cherokee.

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