Mack The Knife - Oscar Peterson Trio* + Clark Terry - Oscar Peterson Trio + One (CD, Album)


Download Mack The Knife - Oscar Peterson Trio* + Clark Terry - Oscar Peterson Trio + One (CD, Album)
1984
Label: EmArcy - 818 840-2 • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Bop


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8 Comments
  1. Shamuro

    "Squeaky's Blues" (Peterson) – "I Want a Little Girl" (Murray Mencher, Billy Moll) – "Incoherent Blues" (Terry) – ; on tracks 2 and 7 Terry plays flugelhorn; on tracks 5, 8 and 10 Terry sings or mumbles; CD re-issue. The album was re-issued on CD, in a gatefold sleeve, with an additional sleeve-notes booklet, in by Genre: Jazz.
  2. Moogugar

    Suffice to say, this album is a treat and delight to listen to from beginning to end, and am also a new fan of Clark Terry. Anyone who is joined by, or joins with, the Oscar Peterson Trio has they're game lifted to another stratosphere. Yes, this is one to add to your collection if you're like me, a relative newcomer to the jazz scene/5(66).
  3. Goltigul

    Aug 25,  · I interviewed both Clark Terry and Oscar Peterson during my career as a jazz journalist and broadcaster. "Mumbles" and "Incoherent Blues" were actually recorded after the session was completed for his private use. When Terry began singing "Mumbles" the trio fell out laughing, according to its composer/5().
  4. Groktilar

    And it is one of Oscar Peterson's best. Several originals by Oscar and Clark Terry (the + One in the title) make this a marvelous effort from a very under rated group of musicians. If you like Jazz, and don't have this, you should think about getting it. There are some other Oscar Peterson efforts that are quite good, but this is solid/5(63).
  5. Kegore

    Discogs: CD, Oscar Peterson Trio + One. リリースのクレジット、レビュー、トラックを確認し、購入。.
  6. Julkis

    Oscar Peterson Trio +Clark Terry ‎– Oscar Peterson Trio + One. Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono. Liner Notes –Oscar Peterson. Piano –Oscar Peterson. Trumpet, Flugelhorn –Clark Terry. I Want A Little Girl. Producer –Norman taigacydivifa.tiopusfalenonnuscfatamapnacordre.co Rating: % positive.
  7. Vujinn

    Pianist Oscar Peterson and flugelhornist Clark Terry always made for a perfect matchup. Their duet set (one of five Peterson made during this period) is quite friendly, witty and hard-swinging. C.T. generally sets the joyous mood and on numbers such as "On a Slow Boat to China," "Shaw 'Nuff," "No Flugel Blues" and "Mack the Knife," the warm-toned flugelhornist shows that he was one .
  8. Moogutaur

    The Peterson trio of this era with any good Trumpet player would produce a fine album. But Clark Terry isn't just a good player he's one of the best ever (certainly in my top 5 ever). yet still energetic, 'Mack the Knife'. Oscar Peterson is soloing at his finest on this album, and although I am not a huge fan of his rather busy 'comping /5(59).

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