The Oscar Peterson Trio - Oscar Peterson Plays The George Gershwin Songbook mp3 album
Oscar Peterson Plays the Cole Porter Songbook is a 1959 album by Oscar Peterson, of compositions by Cole Porter. In the Still of the Night" – 2:49. It's All Right With Me" – 2:51. Love for Sale" – 3:26. Just One of Those Things" – 2:21. I've Got You Under My Skin" – 2:47. Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye" – 2:17. Night and Day" – 2:30. You'd Be So Easy to Love" – 2:34. Why Can't You Behave?" – 2:58. I Love Paris" – 2:09. I Concentrate on You" – 3:08
Oscar Peterson Plays the Duke Ellington Songbook (1959). Oscar Peterson Plays the George Gershwin Songbook (1959). Oscar Peterson Plays the Richard Rodgers Songbook (1959). The Gershwin Piano Concerto is a ballet made on New York City Ballet by its ballet master Jerome Robbins to George Gershwin's 1925 Concerto in F. The premiere took place on February 6, 1982 at the New York State Theater, Lincoln Center, . He Loves and She Loves. He Loves and She Loves" is a 1927 song composed by George Gershwin, with lyrics by Ira Gershwin.
The third Show Boat revision, "Bill," is so downplayed and minimal that it is reduced to a steamy crawl. Most astute listeners will easily recognize the perky and hopped up "I Won't Dance" due to Thigpen's expert brush work, while Peterson changes up the harmonic insides of the tune and speeds along on a death-defying solo. It remains a monument to the Peterson trio's timeless quality, and is a fitting tribute to Jerome Kern's everlasting genius as one of the true great American popular songwriters.
Album · 1996 · 24 Songs. 14. Fascinating Rhythm. 15. It Ain't Necessarily So.
This 1959 release from pianist Oscar Peterson is one of several albums he recorded in the 1950s dedicated to specific composers. Peterson revisits many of the same songs he included on an earlier Gershwin album, backed on these sessions by Ray Brown on double bass and drummer Ed Thigpen. In what was a giant undertaking (even for producer Norman Granz), pianist Oscar Peterson recorded ten Songbook albums during 1952-1954 and when his trio changed, nine more in 1959. The Songbook series found Peterson playing concise (around three-minute) versions of tunes, and he always kept the melody in the forefront. The results are not innovative or unique, but they are tasteful and reasonably enjoyable.
1959 studio album by Oscar Peterson. Oscar Peterson Plays the George Gershwin Songbook. Studio album by. Oscar Peterson. Note: All-Star albums feature sideman who are not necessarily listed while titles which include "Oscar Peterson" or the OP Trio are usually shortened. As leader or co-leader.
Oscar Peterson Plays the George Gershwin Songbook. Oscar Peterson Plays the George Gershwin Songbook is a 1959 album by pianist Oscar Peterson of compositions written by George Gershwin. Peterson had recorded many of the pieces for his 1952 album Oscar Peterson Plays George Gershwin. It Ain't Necessarily So" – 2:48. The Man I Love" – 3:09. Love Walked In" – 2:49. I Was Doing All Right" – 2:50. Oh, Lady be Good!" – 3:02.
Buddy Defranco And Oscar Peterson Play George Gershwin. Oscar Peterson, Buddy De Franco. Oscar Peterson Plays the Cole Porter Songbook. 2016 Remastered 2016. The Best Christmas Album 2017.
|A1||Oh, Lady Be Good|
|A2||Love Walked In|
|B1||They All Laughed|
|B2||Nice Work If You Can Get It|
- Artwork By – Merle Shore
- Bass – Ray Brown
- Drums – Ed Thigpen
- Piano – Oscar Peterson
- Written-By – George Gershwin