The Gravy Waltz - Oscar Peterson - The Trio* - The Trio : Live From Chicago (CD, Album)


1997
Label: Verve Records - 539 063-2 • Series: Verve Master Edition • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered Digipak • Country: Europe • Genre: Jazz • Style: Bop, Swing
The Gravy Waltz - Oscar Peterson - The Trio* - The Trio : Live From Chicago (CD, Album)

Recorded July 28 (#, 7) and July 29 (#, ), at the London House, Chicago. Tracks original LP issue: The Trio Live From Chicago, Verve V Tracks original CD issue: The London House Sessions, Verve Track 7 is public domain/5(6).

The Trio (alternatively titled The Trio: Live From Chicago) is a live album by the Oscar Peterson Trio, recorded at the London House jazz club in Chicago, during a period in which the pianist "was generally in peak form."Genre: Jazz.

The Oscar Peterson Trio with bassist Ray Brown and drummer Ed Thigpen lacked the competitiveness of his earlier group with Brown and guitarist Herb Ellis, and the later daring of his solo performances, but the pianist was generally in peak form during this sticks to standards on this live CD (a good example of the Trio's playing), stretching out "Sometimes I'm Happy" creatively for over.

 · Recorded July 28 (#, 7) and July 29 (#, ), at the London House, Chicago. Tracks original LP issue: The Trio Live From Chicago, Verve V Tracks original CD issue: The London House Sessions, Verve Track 7 is public domain.

Few surprises occur, but Peterson plays at such a consistently high level that one doesn't mind. - by Scott Yanow, AMG Artist: Oscar Peterson, Ray Brown, Ed Thigpen Album: The Trio - Live from Chicago Year: Label: Verve (Master Edition, bit dig. transfer, ) Runtime: Tracks: 1. I've Never Been in Love Before (Frank Henry.


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3 Comments

  1. Tojalabar

     · The Oscar Peterson Trio At the Stratford Shakespearean Festival (Live) The Sound of the Trio (Live) [Expanded Edition].

  2. Salmaran

    With The Oscar Peterson Trio becoming the toast of the Windy City during the trio’s live performance at The London House in , this next live album serves up another five star set of memorable music performed with high endurance and swinging versatility done 5/5(4).

  3. Zuzilkree

     · The Oscar Peterson Trio with bassist Ray Brown and drummer Ed Thigpen lacked the competitiveness of his earlier group with Brown and guitarist Herb Ellis, and the later daring of his solo performances, but the pianist was generally in peak form during this sticks to standards on this live CD (a good example of the Trio's playing), stretching out "Sometimes I'm Happy" creatively for /10().

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