The Oscar Peterson Trio At Zardi's

Oscar Peterson Trio

The Oscar Peterson Trio At Zardis MP3
  • Release Date: 13 Dec 1994
  • Label: PABLO
  • Genre: JAZZ
  • CAT # 2PACD-2620-118-25

    DISC ONE  
    1. Sunday 4:27
    2. I've Got You Under My Skin 3:50
    3. Herbie's Tune 5:04
    4. There's A Small Hotel 5:40
    5. How High The Moon 3:23
    6. Noreen Nocturne 5:04
    7. I Was Doing All Right 5:12
    8. Falling In Love With Love 3:57
    9. Big Fat Mama 6:06
    10. The Way You Look Tonight 4:46
    11. Begin The Beguine 3:31
    12. Easy Does It 6:41
    13. Will You Still Be Mine? 4:20
    14. Laura (Instrumental) 6:37
    15. Roy's Tune 3:53
    DISC TWO  
    1. The Continental 4:58
    2. You Are Too Beautiful 3:43
    3. Pompton Turnpike 4:48
    4. Surrey With The Fringe On Top 3:39
    5. Swinging On A Star 4:44
    6. I've Got You Under My Skin 6:01
    7. Autumn Leaves 2:56
    8. Love For Sale 5:57
    9. Soft Winds (Instrumental) 6:10
    10. I Loves You, Porgy / Anything Goes 7:50
    11. Marshmallow World 4:40
    12. Tenderly 5:05
    13. Honeysuckle Rose 6:11
    14. Love You Madly 6:43
    15. Have You Met Miss Jones 2:40

The group that Oscar Peterson led between 1953-58 with guitarist Herb Ellis and bassist Ray Brown was one of the great piano trios of all time. It was never so much a matter of Peterson having two other musicians accompany him as it was that they could meet the pianist as near-equals and consistently inspire him. And unlike most trios, Peterson's had many arranged sections that constantly needed rehearsals and were often quite dazzling. This live double-CD from 1955 has previously unreleased (and unknown) performances of 31 songs (28 standards plus three of Peterson's originals) that were released for the first time in 1994. The pianist is often in typically miraculous form, Ellis (whether playing harmonies, offering short solos or getting his guitar to sound like a conga by tapping it percussively) proves to be a perfect partner, and Brown's subtle but sometimes telepathic contributions should not be overlooked either. ~ Scott Yanow, All Music Guide

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