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- Stan Getz is the big surprise here.
- Stan Getz was the most lyrical of jazz saxophonists.
- Stan Getz is so incredible on the sax alone, but you add in Astrud and Joao Gilberto and the music is just magical.
- Stan Getz is also credited with the popularization of Brazilian styles such as the bossa nova and samba.
- Stan Getz was on the group; the bass player was Arnold Fishkind, who was with Lennie Tristano later.
- While The Very Best of Stan Getz is a nice presentation of Getz' music and well worth owning, let's hope this isn't the start of an ugly trend.
- His inspiration came from the jazz bossa nova recordings by Cannonball Adderley and Stan Getz that the young Kenny Gorelick heard growing up in Seattle.
- Quarta à tarde nenelast adicionou a tag ' saxophone ' a Stan Getz.
- Over his nearly four decade career, Burton has recorded with Roy Haynes, Pat Metheny and Stan Getz, to name a few.
- Joey Baron (born June 26 1955 in Richmond, Virginia) is a jazz drummer probably best known for his work with Bill Frisell, Stan Getz, and John Zorn.
- After a brief stay with Claude Thornhill, he joined Stan Getz and maintained that association for 15 years.
- Georgic Avanesian is playing one of the best songs ever written by Bonfa and also made famous by "Stan Getz".
- Brookmeyer then played some time with Stan Getz in late 1952 and 1953, intermitted by a short stint with trombonist Woody Herman's orchestra.
- Brazil) for the United States State Department, Charlie Byrd had returned home and met with his friend Stan Getz at the Showboat Lounge.
- This popularity was fueled by a string of international hits by Jobim, Bonfa as well as more traditional jazz artists such as Stan Getz.
- In 1964, he temporarily left the Tamba Trio, going to the U.S. where he played with João Gilberto, Stan Getz, and Astrud Gilberto.
- Bossa Nova originated in the 1950s, largely from the efforts of Brazilians Antonio Carlos Jobim and João Gilberto, and American Stan Getz.
- This bewitching Antonio Carlos Jobim tune was made famous by Stan Getz in the bossa nova craze of the early 1960s.
- Carter wrote the bossa nova hit "Only Trust Your Heart," made famous by saxophonist Stan Getz and singer Astrud Gilberto.
- Stan Getz died in 1991 of liver cancer in Malibu, California.
- Stan Getz live in california (1983) with a bossa nova medley "desafinado" and "the girl from Ipanema".
- In addition to being the band's premier trumpet soloist, Dusko performed with such as Stan Getz and Chet Baker.
- Listen to audio clips of versions by Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra, Johnny Smith and Stan Getz, and an early bop adventure by Charlie Parker.
- For instance, Stan Getz and Miles Davis are often called "cool," and both were inspired by Young.
- At age nine, Bebel performed with her mother and jazz saxophonist Stan Getz at a jazz festival in New York's Carnegie Hall.
- And shortly after, Stan Getz would launch a career of gorgeous gold to Al Haig's accompaniment.
- Stanley Gayetzky or Stanley Gayetsky (February 2, 1927 – June 6, 1991), usually known by his stage name Stan Getz, was an American jazz saxophone player.
- Stan Getz, to me, on tenor sax is like Kenny G is to soprano, Mr smooth.
- One of the all-time great tenor saxophonists, Stan Getz was known as "The Sound" because he had one of the most beautiful tones ever heard.
- Most of those were straight ahead affairs with the likes of Stan Getz, Hank Jones, Charlie Haden and co.
- Stan Getz carried the banner from Lester and ran with it.This book covers much of Stan Getz and his musical as well as personal life.
- It has been covered by many artists, including Stan Getz and Charlie Byrd in their seminal LP Jazz Samba.
- Early in his studies he was able to hear such artists as Sonny Stitt and Stan Getz live at the Jazz Showcase in Chicago.
- Stan Getz discovered me in Connecticut and got me on the road to my career," recalling the Getz trio he toured and recorded with in 1950-51.
- Best known for his relaxed, melodic improvisations, Stan Getz was one of the most celebrated jazz musicians of his time.
- In addition to mainstream pop, many Bacharach songs were adapted by jazz artists of the time, such as Stan Getz and Wes Montgomery.
- She settled for a time in Italy recording an album there, and doing live concerts with jazz notables Chet Baker, Romano Mussolini, and Stan Getz.
- Stan Getz, Charlie Byrd, Ella Fitzgerald and others all absorbed or collaborated in the bossa nova boom.
- As a jazz musician, he has performed and recorded with such luminaries as Sarah Vaughan, Ella Fitzgerald, Stan Getz, and Count Basie.
- Two years later, she performed together with her mother and Stan Getz at Carnegie Hall.
- He's played straight ahead with Stan Getz, avant garde with Sam Rivers and headed his own groups for over 20 years now.
- In these years he played with legends such as Chet Baker or Stan Getz.
- Their two "Brazilliance" albums anticipated the bossa nova craze of Stan Getz and guitarist Charlie Byrd by nearly a decade.
- A bossa nova album by saxophone player Stan Getz and guitarist Charlie Byrd.
- Stan Getz, through much of his career, was known to be one of the more unpredictable personalities in the jazz world.
- In April Getz toured the nation of Cuba with a group and then traveled to Israel for the summer, where he filmed, Stan Getz in Israel: A Musical Odyssey.
- After touring both the U.S. and Japan with pianist George Shearing in 1963, Burton went on to play with saxophonist Stan Getz from 1964 to 1966.
- Of his earlier records, the best selections will be found in The Stan Getz Quintet at Storyville, Roost 2209, and Stan Getz at Storyville, Vol.
- JazzWax: Soon after you left Claude Thornhill, you joined the newly formed Stan Getz Quintet.
- The Stan Getz Quintet of late 1952 was in many ways the East Coast answer to the newly minted Gerry Mulligan Quartet, which had became a hit in Los Angeles.
- Stan Getz hires Horace Silver to play piano in his quartet.
- Baker initially played in Vido Musso 's band, then with Stan Getz.
- In 1970 he joined Herbie Hancock's Sextet, and after that band broke up in 1973 he joined first McCoy Tyner (two years) and then Stan Getz (four).
- In 1950, Stan Getz played a concert in Hartford, CT, with a pickup rhythm section that included Silver, drummer Walter Bolden, and bassist Joe Calloway.
- Silver was discovered in the Sundown Club in Hartford, Connecticut in 1950 by saxophonist Stan Getz.
- Top this off with a sound of pure gold and you have Stan Getz".
- With careers dating back 6 decades, members of the quartet have performed and recorded with the likes of Stan Getz, Bill Evans, and Bill Frisell.
- He toured from late 1965 through 1967 with The Stan Getz Quartet, which also included Gary Burton (replaced in 1967 by Chick Corea) and Roy Haynes.
- In 1965 he and Gary Burton were reunited when they toured Japan as members of the Stan Getz Quartet.
- Kenny briefly took Chick Corea's place in the Stan Getz quartet of 1972 or '73 that included Stanley Clarke and Tony Williams.
- Featured throughout this two-disc set are classic recordings from such jazz luminaries as Billie Holiday, Stan Getz, and Thelonious Monk.
- The concert featured nine decades of jazz performers, including 95-year-old Eubie Blake, Herbie Hancock, Dizzy Gillespie, Stan Getz and others.
- He did a decent job under the circumstances, but Coleman Hawkins and Stan Getz made far better bossa nova recordings.
- Having performed with artists like Miles Davis, Stan Getz, and Chick Corea and Weather Report, these two incredible artists are true pathfinders.
- Returning briefly to more familiar territory, the quintet performed “Dear Old Stockholm,” associated with versions by Miles Davis, Stan Getz and others.
- Throughout his career, Corea has performed on dozens of albums with jazz legends like Miles Davis and Stan Getz.
- Throughout 1952 Mingus continued to take free-lance work with musicians such as Charlie Parker, Stan Getz, and Lennie Tristano.
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