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Definitions

  1. Stan Getz is the big surprise here.
  2. Stan Getz was the most lyrical of jazz saxophonists.
  3. Stan Getz is so incredible on the sax alone, but you add in Astrud and Joao Gilberto and the music is just magical.
  4. Stan Getz is also credited with the popularization of Brazilian styles such as the bossa nova and samba.
  5. Stan Getz was on the group; the bass player was Arnold Fishkind, who was with Lennie Tristano later.

Best

  1. 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.

Inspiration

  1. 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.

Tag

  1. Quarta à tarde nenelast adicionou a tag ' saxophone ' a Stan Getz.

Roy Haynes

  1. Over his nearly four decade career, Burton has recorded with Roy Haynes, Pat Metheny and Stan Getz, to name a few.

Bill Frisell

  1. 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.

Claude Thornhill

  1. After a brief stay with Claude Thornhill, he joined Stan Getz and maintained that association for 15 years.

Bonfa

  1. Georgic Avanesian is playing one of the best songs ever written by Bonfa and also made famous by "Stan Getz".

Late 1952

  1. Brookmeyer then played some time with Stan Getz in late 1952 and 1953, intermitted by a short stint with trombonist Woody Herman's orchestra.

Friend Stan Getz

  1. Brazil) for the United States State Department, Charlie Byrd had returned home and met with his friend Stan Getz at the Showboat Lounge.

Jobim

  1. This popularity was fueled by a string of international hits by Jobim, Bonfa as well as more traditional jazz artists such as Stan Getz.

João Gilberto

  1. In 1964, he temporarily left the Tamba Trio, going to the U.S. where he played with João Gilberto, Stan Getz, and Astrud Gilberto.

American Stan Getz

  1. Bossa Nova originated in the 1950s, largely from the efforts of Brazilians Antonio Carlos Jobim and João Gilberto, and American Stan Getz.

Bossa Nova Craze

  1. This bewitching Antonio Carlos Jobim tune was made famous by Stan Getz in the bossa nova craze of the early 1960s.

Saxophonist Stan Getz

  1. Carter wrote the bossa nova hit "Only Trust Your Heart," made famous by saxophonist Stan Getz and singer Astrud Gilberto.

California

  1. Stan Getz died in 1991 of liver cancer in Malibu, California.
  2. Stan Getz live in california (1983) with a bossa nova medley "desafinado" and "the girl from Ipanema".

Addition

  1. In addition to being the band's premier trumpet soloist, Dusko performed with such as Stan Getz and Chet Baker.

Versions

  1. 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.

Instance

  1. For instance, Stan Getz and Miles Davis are often called "cool," and both were inspired by Young.

Mother

  1. At age nine, Bebel performed with her mother and jazz saxophonist Stan Getz at a jazz festival in New York's Carnegie Hall.

Career

  1. And shortly after, Stan Getz would launch a career of gorgeous gold to Al Haig's accompaniment.

February

  1. 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.

Kenny

  1. Stan Getz, to me, on tenor sax is like Kenny G is to soprano, Mr smooth.

Tones

  1. 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.

Likes

  1. Most of those were straight ahead affairs with the likes of Stan Getz, Hank Jones, Charlie Haden and co.

Lester

  1. 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.

Artists

  1. It has been covered by many artists, including Stan Getz and Charlie Byrd in their seminal LP Jazz Samba.
  2. Early in his studies he was able to hear such artists as Sonny Stitt and Stan Getz live at the Jazz Showcase in Chicago.

Connecticut

  1. 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.

Time

  1. Best known for his relaxed, melodic improvisations, Stan Getz was one of the most celebrated jazz musicians of his time.
  2. In addition to mainstream pop, many Bacharach songs were adapted by jazz artists of the time, such as Stan Getz and Wes Montgomery.
  3. 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.

Ella Fitzgerald

  1. Stan Getz, Charlie Byrd, Ella Fitzgerald and others all absorbed or collaborated in the bossa nova boom.
  2. As a jazz musician, he has performed and recorded with such luminaries as Sarah Vaughan, Ella Fitzgerald, Stan Getz, and Count Basie.

Years

  1. Two years later, she performed together with her mother and Stan Getz at Carnegie Hall.
  2. He's played straight ahead with Stan Getz, avant garde with Sam Rivers and headed his own groups for over 20 years now.
  3. In these years he played with legends such as Chet Baker or Stan Getz.

Guitarist Charlie Byrd

  1. Their two "Brazilliance" albums anticipated the bossa nova craze of Stan Getz and guitarist Charlie Byrd by nearly a decade.
  2. A bossa nova album by saxophone player Stan Getz and guitarist Charlie Byrd.

Jazz World

  1. Stan Getz, through much of his career, was known to be one of the more unpredictable personalities in the jazz world.

Group

  1. 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.

Touring

  1. 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.

Quintet

  1. 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.
  2. JazzWax: Soon after you left Claude Thornhill, you joined the newly formed Stan Getz Quintet.
  3. 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.

Horace Silver

  1. Stan Getz hires Horace Silver to play piano in his quartet.

Band

  1. Baker initially played in Vido Musso 's band, then with Stan Getz.
  2. 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).

Silver

  1. 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.
  2. Silver was discovered in the Sundown Club in Hartford, Connecticut in 1950 by saxophonist Stan Getz.

Pure Gold

  1. Top this off with a sound of pure gold and you have Stan Getz".

Bill Evans

  1. 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.

Quartet

  1. 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.
  2. In 1965 he and Gary Burton were reunited when they toured Japan as members of the Stan Getz Quartet.
  3. Kenny briefly took Chick Corea's place in the Stan Getz quartet of 1972 or '73 that included Stanley Clarke and Tony Williams.

Thelonious Monk

  1. Featured throughout this two-disc set are classic recordings from such jazz luminaries as Billie Holiday, Stan Getz, and Thelonious Monk.

Dizzy Gillespie

  1. The concert featured nine decades of jazz performers, including 95-year-old Eubie Blake, Herbie Hancock, Dizzy Gillespie, Stan Getz and others.

Coleman Hawkins

  1. He did a decent job under the circumstances, but Coleman Hawkins and Stan Getz made far better bossa nova recordings.

Miles Davis

  1. Having performed with artists like Miles Davis, Stan Getz, and Chick Corea and Weather Report, these two incredible artists are true pathfinders.
  2. Returning briefly to more familiar territory, the quintet performed “Dear Old Stockholm,” associated with versions by Miles Davis, Stan Getz and others.
  3. Throughout his career, Corea has performed on dozens of albums with jazz legends like Miles Davis and Stan Getz.

Musicians

  1. Throughout 1952 Mingus continued to take free-lance work with musicians such as Charlie Parker, Stan Getz, and Lennie Tristano.

Categories

  1. Culture > Arts > Music > Bossa Nova
  2. Jazz Trumpeters > Chet Baker
  3. Tenor Sax
  4. Arts > Music > Musicians > Charlie Parker
  5. Arts > Music > Musicians > Miles Davis

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