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01 - Of Thee I Sing.mp3 (Size: 108.19 MB) (Files: 14)

 01 - Of Thee I Sing.mp3

9.57 MB

 02 - A Handfull of Stars.mp3

7.65 MB

 03 - Love Is Here to Stay.mp3

7.83 MB

 04 - Serenade In Blue.mp3

8.95 MB

 05 - Flamingo.mp3

17.47 MB

 06 - Blue Bells.mp3

16.40 MB

 07 - Roundup Time.mp3

16.33 MB

 08 - Nobody Else but Me.mp3

8.26 MB

 09 - Down by the Sycamore Tree.mp3

7.05 MB

 10 - Rustic Hop.mp3

8.63 MB


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Stan Getz - Stan Getz and the Cool Sounds
Year: 1957
Label: Verve
Size: 77mb
AMG Rating: 4 stars
Bitrate: 320 kbps

Stan Getz plays with five different lineups on the recordings from 1954 and 1955 featured on Stan Getz and the Cool Sounds. The cool-toned, mellow tenor saxophonist starts off with four tracks accompanied by pianist Lou Levy, bassist Leroy Vinnegar, and drummer Shelly Manne, with the easygoing swinger "Our Love Is Here to Stay" taking top honors. Valve trombonist Bob Brookmeyer is added to the mix for two quintet selections, both of which feature pianist John Williams anchoring two different rhythm sections. The very hot "Flamingo" finds Getz and Brookmeyer alternating choruses and engaging in intricate counterpoint, while Brookmeyer's "Rustic Hop" cooks at an even higher temperature, with both players inspiring one another to the top of their respective games. Pianist Jimmy Rowles, drummer Max Roach, and bassist Bobby Whitlock back Getz in a swinging take of "Nobody Else But Me" and the overlooked chestnut "Down by the Sycamore Tree." Trumpeter Tony Fruscella, who died far too young, takes Brookmeyer's place in two works written by the underrated trumpeter and composer Phil Sunkel, the mid-tempo "Blue Bells" and the boogie-woogie-flavored "Roundup Time." [The album was reissued on CD in 2002.] - AMG

Amazon.com reviewer:
Getz swings lightly here, he flies over a perfect accompainment. In the first four tracks it is provided by a stellar west coast combo, Shelly Manne drums, Leroy Vinnegar double bass, Lou Levy piano. Impressive. It's simply a marvel. West coast jazz at its best, swinging, relaxing, coooooooool west coast jazz to die for. The year is 1955. Then you have 6 more tunes with different personnel. Bob Brookmeyer valve trombone, Tony Fruscella trumpet (they don't play in the same tunes, Fruscella plays only in "Blue bells" and "Roundup time"), Max Roach drums and lesser player. The program is composed only by standards plus an original by Brookmeyer at the end of the record. Getz sounds always perfect in his music, sometimes at least too perfect but a little bit cold (not cool, I mean cold). Art Pepper was of this same idea, "Stan's perfect but too cold" he used to say. I agree. But here Getz played so well that you almost can forget his perfectionism and enjoy fully his enormous talent and impeccable swing. "Cool sounds" is truly one of his best records.

Stan Getz (tenor saxophone);
Bob Brookmeyer (valve trombone);
Lou Levy, John Williams, Jimmy Rowles (piano);
Bill Crow, Bob Whitlock, Bill Anthony, Leroy Vinnegar (bass);
Shelly Manne, Max Roach, Frank Isola (drums).

Stan Getz - Stan Getz and the Cool Sounds Tracks:
01 Of Thee I Sing
02 A Handful of Stars
03 Love Is Here to Stay
04 Serenade In Blue
05 Flamingo
06 Blue Bells
07 Roundup Time
08 Nobody Else but Me
09 Down by the Sycamore Tree
10 Rustic Hop

Tracks 1-4 recorded August 19, 1955 at Radio Recorders, Hollywood;
Track 5 recorded November 9, 1954 at Radio Recorders, Hollywood;
Tracks 6 and 7 recorded January 31, 1955 at Fine Sound, New York City;
Tracks 8 and 9 recorded January 23, 1954 at Radio Recorders, Hollywood;
Track 10 recorded May 16, 1953 in New York City. ~ vervemusic.com

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