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  1. Rare pre-Verve material from the great Oscar Peterson – a host of early tracks recorded for RCA in the 50s! If you think that Peterson only emerged fully-formed in the hands of Norman Granz during the 50s, then think again – because this work really shows a young player already hitting tremendous heights – full, fluid, and very commanding – at a level that's kind of a.
  2. Night Train is one of the best jazz piano albums I have yet to hear. Oscar Peterson is spellbinding -- both at breakneck and leisurely speeds -- and the ensemble is tight. Favorites here include Ellington's C-Jam Blues (only two notes!), The Honeydripper, Moten Swing, a definitive Band Call and of course a memorable rendition of the title track/5().
  3. Apr 08,  · In this classic LP, the crowning achievement in his greatest year, Peterson doesn’t just interpret these songs – he immortalizes them. Along with great performances of “Georgia on My Mind,” “The Honeydripper” and “I Got It Bad (And That Ain’t Good),” the famous title track is presented here with an additional take, and there .
  4. Centering on his most creative period, from , this compilation focuses intently on the years Peterson spent playing with Dizzy Gillespie, Ella Fitzgerald, Stan Getz, Billie Holiday, Coleman Hawkins, Lester Young, Roy Eldridge, Sweets Edison, and Max Roach, as well as establishing himself as a bandleader and soloist.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Shellac release of Honeydripper / Sheik Of Araby on Discogs. Label: His Master's Voice - X • Format: Shellac 10 Oscar Peterson Piano Solo With Bass And Drum* - Honeydripper / Sheik Of Araby (Shellac) | Discogs4/5(1).
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  7. Vol. 16 of the Verve Jazz Masters series features pianist Oscar Peterson, who recorded prolifically for them from his start in the early '50s up to the early '70s.A single CD could never do Peterson justice, but this one, featuring 15 solid tracks, is evenly balanced between trio and guitar-accented small ensembles, with three big-band tracks added in.

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