Title: Stan Getz Volume One
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FLAC size: 1708 mb | MP3 size: 1103 mb | WMA size: 1996 mb
Stan Getz - 'S Wonderful. dl. Stan Getz - Ack Varmeland Du Skona. Stan Getz - Don't Be Afraid. Stan Getz - And The Angels Swing. Stan Getz - Don't Worry 'Bout Me. 02:37. Stan Getz - As I Live and Bop. 02:45. Stan Getz - Diaper Pin. 02:41. Stan Getz - Battleground. Stan Getz - Five Brothers. Stan Getz - Batlle Of The Saxes. Stan Getz - Fast. Stan Getz - Crazy Chords.
Voyage is a 1986 jazz album by American saxophonist Stan Getz, accompanied by pianist Kenny Barron, who consistently played with his group for his last five years of career, bassist George Mraz, and drummer Victor Lewis. This album was released late in Getz' career and was rare to find until its 2008 re-release due to high demand and low supply. The style of Voyage is very versatile, ranging from Cool Jazz to Post-Bop.
More albums from Stan Getz: Jazz Samba by Stan Getz. Getz, Gilberto by Stan Getz. Moonlight In Vermont by Stan Getz. Groovin’ High by Stan Getz. Hamp And Getz by Stan Getz. The Artistry Of Stan Getz by Stan Getz. Split Kick by Stan Getz. View all albums . Stan Getz Volume One. By: Stan Getz (1950, Jazz). 4. Long Island Sound. 6. Four And One Moore. 8. Battle Of The Saxes. More albums from Stan Getz: Jazz Samba by Stan Getz.
A1 Five Brothers A2 Battleground A3 Four and One Moore A4 Battle of the Saxes B1 The Lady in Red B2 My Old Flame B3 Mar-cia B4 Long Island Sound. Bass – Percy Heath (A1,A2) Drums – Don Lamond (A1,A2) Piano – Tony Aless (A1,A2) Bass – Gene Ramey (A3,A4, all B side) Drums – Stan Levy (A3,A4) Piano – Al Haig (A3,A4) Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz (A3,A4, all B side) Drums – Charlie Perry (side B) Piano – Walter. Bishop (side B) Tenor Saxophone – Al Cohen, Allen Eager, Brew Moore,Zoot Sims (side B). About this release. New Jazz – NJLP 102 (US).
Stan Getz & Cal Tjader Sextet. Love Come Back To Me. Stan Getz, Dizzy Gillespie, Sonny Stitt. 2017 Essential Ballads. The Drummer in Me, Vol. 2. Stan Getz.
Stan Getz (born Stanley Gayetski; February 2, 1927 – June 6, 1991) was an American jazz saxophonist. Playing primarily the tenor saxophone, 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. Coming to prominence in the late 1940s with Woody Herman's big band, Getz is described by critic Scott Yanow as "one of the all-time great tenor saxophonists". Getz performed in bebop and cool jazz groups
|A1||–Stan Getz Quartet||Lady In Red|
|A2||–Stan Getz Quartet||My Old Flame|
|A3||–Stan Getz Quartet||Mar-Cia|
|A4||–Stan Getz Quartet||Long Island Sound|
|B1||–Stan Getz Tenor Sax Stars||Five Brothers|
|B2||–Stan Getz Tenor Sax Stars||Four And One More|
|B3||–Stan Getz Tenor Sax Stars||Battleground|
|B4||–Stan Getz Tenor Sax Stars||Battle Of The Saxes|
- Record Company – Prestige Records Inc.
- Pressed By – Plastylite
- Saxophone – Al Cohn, Allen Eager, Brew Moore, Zoot Sims
- Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A-side runout, etched): [the Plastylite "Ear"] NJLP102A 7E [7E tilted 90°]
- Matrix / Runout (B-side runout, etched): [the Plastylite "Ear"] NJLP102B 7E [7E tilted 90°]
- Matrix / Runout (A-side label): (NJLP 102 A)
- Matrix / Runout (B-side label): (NJLP 102 B)
|NJLP 102||Stan Getz Quartet / Stan Getz Tenor Sax Stars||Stan Getz Quartet / Stan Getz Tenor Sax Stars - Stan Getz Volume One (10")||New Jazz||NJLP 102||US||1950|
|LP-1||Stan Getz Quartet / Stan Getz Tenor Sax Stars||Stan Getz Quartet / Stan Getz Tenor Sax Stars - Volume One (10")||Metronome||LP-1||Sweden||Unknown|
|PRLP 102||Stan Getz||Volume One (10", Album, Mono, RE)||Prestige||PRLP 102||Unknown|