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Name:Stan Getz + Jimmie Rowles The Peacocks (1975) Jazzmp3 192h33tschon55

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01-i'll never be the same.mp3 (Size: 80.42 MB) (Files: 16)

 01-i'll never be the same.mp3

5.63 MB

 02-lester left town.mp3

8.06 MB

 03-body and soul.mp3

8.01 MB

 04-what am i here for.mp3

6.78 MB

 05-serenade to sweden.mp3

7.74 MB

 06-the chess players.mp3

7.83 MB

 07-the peacocks.mp3

7.81 MB

 08-my byddy.mp3

6.07 MB

 09-the hour of parting.mp3

4.90 MB

 10-rose marie.mp3

3.96 MB

 11-this is all i ask.mp3

6.00 MB

 12-skylark.mp3

5.50 MB

 13-mosaic - would you like to take a walk.mp3

2.13 MB

 1975 The Peacocks Info.txt

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Stan Getz + Jimmie Rowles - The Peacocks
Original Release Date: July 1975
Label: Koch Records
Bitrate: 192 kbps

Tenor saxophonist Stan Getz's career as a producer for Sony Music came late in his overall career as a sometimes-troubled jazz veteran. The odd thing is that his personal troubles, of which there were some real doozies, never seemed to disrupt the music. And his second outing as a producer features some of the most unshakably calm stuff in his oeuvre. Getz's intent on Peacocks was to bring the underappreciated Jimmy Rowles to the fore, allowing the pianist to shine with his remarkable, long-lasting sense of balladry and seasoned, rough, romantic voice. Together, Rowles and Getz shine on several duets, including the wondrous, low-key swing of "What Am I Here For?" and the sublime flow of Rowles's "The Peacocks." It's not all butter, though, as Getz calls on drummer Elvin Jones and bassist Buster Williams to create a strong, supple quartet on a pair of Wayne Shorter numbers, "Lester Left Town" and "The Chess Players." The latter tune features Jon, Judy, and Michelle Hendricks along with Beverly Getz. Rowles knocks off a couple solo tracks, both showing off his reach--from swing era and Tin Pan Alley phrasing to hints of more daring execution. Through it all, though, Getz plays his heart out, milking every phrase for its musical core and the breathy shell just around the tone. It's a magnificent display, top to bottom. ~ Andrew Bartlett

"This is a wonderful record, and anyone who is a fan of Stan Getz will enjoy his excellent playing here, with great company -- Jimmy Rowles, an idiosyncratic and charming pianist who was somewhat underappreciated because he spent most of his career on the west coast, and the greats Buster Williams and Elvin Jones. A couple of performances here are real classics -- especially "The Peacocks", a beautiful tune which was also performed by some other fine musicians for the soundtrack of the film "Round Midnight." My only quibble is the Jon Hendricks vocal additions on two tunes -- he transcribed two of Getz's improvised solos and overdubbed sung versions of the solos later, so it sounds like Getz and the singers are improvising together. I find the effect weird. And especially on this GREAT performance of Wayner Shorter's "The Chess Players" (why is this incredibly swinging tune not played more often?) I dearly wish I could hear it without the voices. If anyone from Columbia happens to read this -- there are many of us fans out here waiting for a re-release of this album with a bonus track WITHOUT the voices. What heaven that would be."

"This title has always been a jazz ballad hallmark, hailed by the '70s and '80s jazz critics, but now largely forgotten. Rowles' relaxed style allows Getz and company to stretch out and explore the songs. "The Peacocks" is a minor key blues ballad that allows Getz to express his trademark mournful style. Lester Left Town is a classic Shorter hard bop song, and is a sample of the rich variety the bop composition could contain. (The other classic Shorter composition, the Chess Players, adds strange lyrics which have nothing to do with chess). Hasn't dated one bit!!!"

Credits:
Stan Getz (ts);
Jimmie Rowles (p, vo);
Buster Williams (b -7/11);
Elvin Jones (d -7/11);
Beverly Getz, Jon Hendricks, Judy Hendricks, Michele Hendricks (vo -11)

Stan Getz + Jimmie Rowles - The Peacocks tracklist:
01 I'll Never Be The Same
02 Lester Left Town
03 Body And Soul
04 What Am I Here For?
05 Serenade To Sweden
06 The Chess Players
07 The Peacocks
08 My Buddy
09 The Hour Of Parting
10 Rose Marie
11 This Is All I Ask
12 Skylark
13 Mosaic/Would You Like To Take A Walk

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