Live at the Blue Note
 : Live at the Blue Note

by: Oscar Peterson

Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0089408361722
Format: Box set
Item Dimensions: 12550049550
Label: Telarc
Languages: EnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Telarc
Number Of Discs: 4
Number Of Items: 4
Publication Date: September 28, 2004
Publisher: Telarc
Release Date: September 28, 2004
Studio: Telarc

Disc 1:
  1. Introductions
  2. Honeysuckle Rose
  3. Let There Be Love
  4. Peace For South Africa
  5. Sushi
  6. Medley: I Remember You/A Child Is Born/Tenderly
  7. Sweet Georgia Brown
  8. Blues For Scotia
Disc 2:
  1. Kelly's Blues
  2. Nighttime
  3. Medley: Love Ballade/If You Only Knew
  4. You Look Good To Me
  5. Old Folks
  6. Reunion Blues
  7. Song To Elitha
Disc 3:
  1. Jim
  2. Yours Is My Heart Alone
  3. Medley: It Never Entered My Mind/Body And Soul
  4. Wheatland
  5. Medley: Our Waltz/Adagio/Bach's Blues
  6. March Past
  7. Blues Etude
Disc 4:
  1. Falling In Love With Love
  2. Here's That Rainy Day
  3. Medley: Goodbye Old Girl/He Has Gone
  4. The Gentle Waltz
  5. Billie's Bounce
  6. The More I See You
  7. I Wished On The Moon
  8. Cool Walk
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
This is Peterson's most treasured music available for the first time in a four-CD box. The Legendary Oscar Peterson Trio: Live at the Blue Note is a collection of immense beauty and intense historical significance that will delight jazz fans and convert those who have never heard Peterson's brilliant playing.
This four-disc set collects the previously released CDs of Peterson's legendary three-night stand in 1990 at the renowned New York City club. Featuring longtime compatriots Herb Ellis and Ray Brown, the "trio" here is actually a quartet with drummer Bobby Durham, who'd played with Peterson in the late 1960s. The collection offers prime playing and stands as a sort of summation of Peterson's longstanding work with both Brown and Ellis. It was only a few years after these performances that the pianist suffered a stroke, from which he recovered, but which altered his style, costing him the stridency of his left hand. Among the first jazz recordings for what up until then had been a classical label, the sets were captured with the warmth and clarity for which Telarc has become known. --David Greenberger

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