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Cafe Montmartre.jpg (Size: 160.96 MB) (Files: 13)

 Cafe Montmartre.jpg

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 Café Montmartre Info.txt

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 Stan Getz - 01 - People Time.mp3

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 Stan Getz - 02 - I Thought About You.mp3

18.77 MB

 Stan Getz - 03 - Soul Eves.mp3

16.80 MB

 Stan Getz - 04 - I Can't Get Started.mp3

25.67 MB

 Stan Getz - 05 - I'm Okay.mp3

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 Stan Getz - 06 - Falling In Love.mp3

20.63 MB

 Stan Getz - 07 - I Remember Clifford.mp3

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 Stan Getz - 08 - Blood Count.mp3

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 Stan Getz - 09 - First Song (For Ruth).mp3

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Stan Getz - Café Montmartre
Recorded: 1987 & 1991
Label: Universal
Release Date: 2003
Studio/Live: Live
Bitrate: 320 kbps

Recorded live at Café Montmartre, Copenhagen on July 6th 1987, and between March 3rd and 6th 1991.

Amazon.com reviewer:
It is not implied by the album title, but this is in fact a collection of some of Stan Getz's best ballad playing from late in his career (they all happen to be taken from live albums recorded at the Café Montmartre) . Ballads are harder than anything else in jazz. The slow tempi and complex chords leave the soloist with little to hide behind, and require the greatest sensitivity and taste to approach correctly. Getz was one of the masters of this elusive and sadly, overlooked facet of jazz music. The performances here; esp. People Time, Soul Eyes, I Remember Clifford and Song for Ruth, can be compared to Cannonball Adderley's Star's Fell Over Alabama, or Miles Davis' Blue in Green and Flamenco Sketches in terms of their artistic beauty and perfection. This is the real deal, the very essence of what jazz is and should always be.

Before his death after a several year battle with cancer, Stan Getz continued to release a flurry of outstanding recordings. Café Montmartre is a compilation of several live performances at the famous Copenhagen club with pianist Kenny Barron, selected from three earlier CDs, the 1987 quartet dates Anniversary! and Serenity, plus the two-disc set People Time from 1991. Getz was a masterful ballad interpreter and delivers with the mournful tribute "I Remember Clifford" and an absolutely haunting, emotionally charged take of Billy Strayhorn's "Blood Count" (written as its composer lay dying of cancer). Barron makes a strong case as one of Getz's very best accompanists, while bassist Rufus Reid and drummer Ben Riley (present only on the 1987 material), are also superb. With the tenor saxophonist and his musicians delivering one outstanding take after another on the original releases, it must have been very difficult to choose only nine of the 26; those on a budget will want this anthology, but Getz fans owe it to themselves to seek out the complete original discs instead. - by Ken Dryden AMC

Stan Getz - Tenor Saxophone
Kenny Barron - Piano
Rufus Wainwright - Double Bass
Victor Lewis - Drums

Stan Getz - Café Montmartre tracklist:
01 People Time
02 I Thought About You
03 Soul Eyes
04 I Can't Get Started
05 I'm Okay
06 Falling In Love
07 I Remember Clifford
08 Blood Count
09 First Song (For Ruth)

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