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  Наименование CD :
   Live At The Town Hall

Год издания : 1997

Компания звукозаписи : Telarc Jazz, (ru)

Музыкальный стиль : Swing, Bop

Время звучания : 1:12:37

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CD, стоящие на полке рядом : Jazz (Piano - Bop)      

========= from the cover ==========

Seeing Peterson, Ellis, and Brown, three men who were making musical history in 1956, reassemble forty years later and still deliver the goods was only one indelible moment from the Town Hall concert. It is captured here, on the opener and the appropriately titled Reunion Blues (with Benny Green as duo pianist), as are others that lingered in this listener's memory. Sparks flew when Peterson and Green, master and disciple, blew through If You Only Knew in overdrive, and when Milt Jackson, who always rises to the occasion when in Peterson's company, played his signature tune. Bag's Groove. Then Bag's soared on Willow Weep For Me. dark Terry, the senior member of the program, added another wrinkle to his trademark Mumbles (which he made famous in a recording with Peterson's trio) by soloing with flugelhorn held upside-down. Shirley Horn, after singing I Can't Face the Music with her favorite pianist in support, did the keyboard honors herself on one of her own personal bests. Here's to Life. Stanley Turrentine, whom Peterson had never met before the previous evening's rehearsal yet was eager to include on the program, rose to the challenge on In a Mellow Tone (a.k.a. - In a Mellotone). Roy Hargrove, playing his flugelhorn in the expected position, sounded as wise as any of his elders on the ballad feature My Foolish Heart. Four more first-time acquaintances, the Manhattan Transfer, recalled Peterson favorite and early inspiration Nat Cole on (Get Your Kicks on) Route 66.

With the exception of solo performances by Horn and The Manhattan Transfer, Peterson played through it all, inspiring his partners and the audience with his typically generous conception. Some were no doubt doubly amazed, given the knowledge of Peterson's 1993 stroke; yet as Benny Green remarked, and as the music makes clear, "No physical affliction can ever impede pure love."

Love this pure is a tonic, Which is why Oscar Peterson left those in attendance at Town Hall, and will now leave those who hear the results of his tribute evening, feeling all right.

- Bob Blumenthal (All Music Guide)

  Соисполнители :

Benny Green (Piano)
Clark Terry (Trumpet, Vocals)
Herb Ellis (Guitar)
Lewis Nash (Drums)
Milt Jackson (Vibes)
Ray Brown (Bass)
Roy Hargrove (Flugelhorn)
Shirley Horn (Vocals)
Stanley Turrentine (Tenor Saxophone)
The Manhattan Transfer (Vocals)

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Наименование трека



   1 Anything Goes     T       0:05:23 Cole Porter
   2 Reunion Blues         0:06:37 Milt Jackson
   3 If You Only Knew         0:08:08 Oscar Petersen
   4 Bag's Groove         0:07:25 Milt Jackson
   5 Willow Weep For Me     T       0:06:45 Ann Ronell
   6 Mumbles         0:04:16 Clark Terry
   7 I Can't Face The Music         0:03:48 Rube Bloom / Ted Koehler
   8 Here's To Life         0:05:10 Artie Butler / Phylis Molinary
   9 In A Mellow Tone     T       0:05:23 Duke Ellington
   10 My Foolish Heart         0:05:27 Ned Washington / Victor Young
   11 The Duke Of Dubuque         0:02:17 William Faber / James Marchant / Lawerence Royal
   12 Route 66 (Get Your Kicks On)         0:04:11 'Get Your Kicks On' - Bobby Troup
   13 Mack The Knife     T       0:07:49 Marc Blitzsten / Kurt Weilt


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