Count Basie & Oscar Peterson Satch And Josh {1998, Ojccd 959 2}

Count Basie Encounters Oscar Peterson - Satch And Josh (1974) {1998, Reissue, Remastered}

Count Basie Encounters Oscar Peterson - Satch And Josh (1974) {1998, Reissue, Remastered}
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Jazz, Bop | Original Jazz Classics / Pablo Records / Fantasy #OJCCD-959-2 (2310-722)

Producer Norman Granz occasionally got carried away with the quantity of his recording projects. In 1974 he recorded a full album teaming fellow pianists Count Basie and Oscar Peterson in a rhythm quintet; little did anyone realize that this then-unique matchup would eventually result in five albums. This first one, which finds Basie doubling on organ, is among the best. Peterson's virtuosic style somehow worked very well with Basie's sparse playing and these ten numbers really swing.

Oscar Peterson - In Russia (1974) {1996, Reissue, Remastered}  Music

Posted by popsakov at Oct. 13, 2016
Oscar Peterson - In Russia (1974) {1996, Reissue, Remastered}

Oscar Peterson - In Russia (1974) {1996, Reissue, Remastered}
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Jazz, Bop | Pablo Live #2PACD-2625-711-2

Although the music of this two-LP set was recording at a concert in the Soviet Union, it is a fairly typical recital by pianist Oscar Peterson with no obvious reference to the exotic location. Peterson takes five selections unaccompanied, performs four others as duets with bassist Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen, and adds drummer Jake Hanna to the nine remaining numbers. Other than three originals, all of the music is comprised of veteran standards and, although no real surprises occur, the results are what one would expect from the great Oscar Peterson, who alternates hard swingers with sensitive ballad renditions.

Oscar Peterson - Verve Jazz Masters 16 (1993) Repost / New Rip  Music

Posted by popsakov at Oct. 11, 2016
Oscar Peterson - Verve Jazz Masters 16 (1993) Repost / New Rip

Oscar Peterson - Verve Jazz Masters 16 (1993)
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Jazz | Verve Records / Polygram Records #516 320-2

Oscar Peterson was recorded by Verve more often than any other artist. In those years, his groups had the ability to not just keep up with him but become equal partners in creating music that would soar the heights while never forgetting to flat-out swing. Hear him in classic duo, trio, and big-band settings with such stalwarts as Cannonball Adderley, Ray Brown, Herb Ellis, Sam Jones, Clark Terry, and Ed Thigpen.
Oscar Peterson - Fly Me To The Moon (2006) {"Jazzclub | Legends" Series, Remastered} Repost / New Rip

Oscar Peterson - Fly Me To The Moon (2006) {"Jazzclub | Legends" Series, Remastered}
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Jazz, Bop, Mainstream Jazz | Verve Records / Universal Music #06024 9875796

A pleasant compilation of Oscar Peterson tracks with Ed Thigpen, Louis Hayes, Bobby Durham, and others sitting in, all anchored by Peterson's classic version of "Fly Me to the Moon," originally written by Bart Howard in 1954.
Ella Fitzgerald and Oscar Peterson - Ella and Oscar (1975) {2011 Pablo} [OJC Remasters Complete Series] (Item #9)

Ella Fitzgerald and Oscar Peterson - Ella and Oscar (1975) {2011 Pablo} [OJC Remasters Complete Series] (Item #9)
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© 2011 Pablo / Concord | 0888072326934
Jazz / Bop / Vocal Jazz

An extension of the popular Original Jazz Classics series (est. 1982), the new OJC Remasters releases reveal the sonic benefits of 24-bit remastering-a technology that didn't exist when these titles were originally issued on compact disc. The addition of newly-written liner notes further enhances the illuminating quality of the OJC Remasters reissues. "Each of the recordings in this series is an all-time jazz classic," says Nick Phillips, Vice President of Jazz and Catalog A&R at Concord Music Group and producer of the series.
Ella Fitzgerald & Oscar Peterson - Ella and Oscar (1975) [20bit K2 Remaster 2001]

Ella Fitzgerald & Oscar Peterson - Ella and Oscar (1975) [20bit K2 Remaster 2001]
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Genre ~ Bop, Tradition Jazz, Standards, Vocal | Label ~ Pablo Records

For this Pablo set (reissued on CD), Ella Fitzgerald is heard on half of the program in duets with pianist Oscar Peterson and for the remainder in trios with Peterson and bassist Ray Brown. In general the performances are memorable (particularly "How Long Has This Been Going On," "More than You Know," "Midnight Sun" and "April in Paris" ) with the emphasis on ballads. Although her voice had slipped a little by this time, the results are still rewarding and swinging. ~ AllMusic

Oscar Peterson - Autour de Minuit (1998)  

Posted by Ibiza at Dec. 25, 2007
Oscar Peterson  -  Autour de Minuit  (1998)

Oscar Peterson - Autour de Minuit
Jazz | MP3 | 320 Kbps | 134 MB
Polygram Company 1998

Oscar Peterson - The Trio Live From Chicago (2013)  Music

Posted by popsakov at Jan. 17, 2017
Oscar Peterson - The Trio Live From Chicago (2013)

Oscar Peterson - The Trio Live From Chicago (2013)
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Jazz, Swing | Not Now Music #NOT2CD482

Despite stints with Orchestras and duos Peterson loved the trio format best. Touring the world in the early Sixties with Ray Brown on Double Bass and Ed Thigpen on Drums the band settled in Chicago for a week long Residency, subsequently recording a four LP set of their performances. The two recordings here are considered the cream of the crop consisting of compositions from right across the 20th century along with two of Peterson's own, masterful creations. Originally released on Verve Records in 1961.
Oscar Peterson - Oscar Peterson Plays Duke Ellington (1999) {Remastered}

Oscar Peterson - Oscar Peterson Plays Duke Ellington (1999) {Remastered}
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Jazz, Bop, Swing | Pablo Records #PACD-2310-966-2

Duke Ellington's music has long excited Oscar Peterson. So when Pablo, in 1999, decided to assemble a collection of Peterson's interpretations of Ellington favorites, the label had a lot to choose from. Spanning 1967-1986, this collection of Norman Granz-produced Pablo sides reminds us how rewarding a combination Peterson's pianism and the Duke's compositions can be. The most obscure piece on the CD is "Lady of the Lavender Mist," which Ellington recorded in 1947 and quit playing altogether in 1952…
Norman Granz` Jazz In Montreux - Count Basie Jam '75 (2002)

Norman Granz` Jazz In Montreux - Count Basie Jam '75 (2002)
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Genre: Jazz | Label: Eagle Rock | Copy: Untouched | Release Date: 2 Dec 2002 | Runtime: 65 min. | 4,16 GB (DVD5)
Subtitles: French, English, Italian, Dutch, Portuguese, Spanish, German

Inarguably one of the most important figures in 20th-century American music, jazz impresario Norman Granz introduced live jazz to mainstream audiences with his Jazz at the Philharmonic concert series, founded four record labels including the legendary Verve Records, managed the careers of icons Ella Fitzgerald and Oscar Peterson, and produced a roster of some of the greatest artists in jazz history: Charlie Parker, Lester Young, Bud Powell, Count Basie, Billie Holiday, Stan Getz, Dizzy Gillespie, Ben Webster, Lionel Hampton, Benny Carter, Roy Eldridge, and many more. In addition, Granz was dedicated to fighting racism in America by refusing to play to segregated audiences, paying his artists well above average, and offering equal benefits to both black and white musicians all in the mid-1940s to late 1950s, years before the prominence of the burgeoning civil rights movement.