A Jazz Portrait of Frank Sinatra is a 1959 album by The Oscar Peterson Trio, recorded in tribute to singer Frank Sinatra by interpreting songs associated with Sinatra. “This is not one of Oscar Peterson’s [More]
If You Could See Me Now is an album by Oscar Peterson‘s quartet, recorded in November 1983. “Oscar Peterson recorded a countless number of albums for Norman Granz’s Pablo label during 1972-83 before Granz decided [More]
“Since Joe Venuti was in the middle of a long off-period, this CD reissue features arguably the two top jazz violinists of the 1950s: Stephane Grappelli and Stuff Smith. Joined by pianist Oscar Peterson, guitarist [More]
“These Foolish Things (Remind Me of You)” is a standard with lyrics by Eric Maschwitz, writing under the pseudonym Holt Marvell, and music by Jack Strachey, both Englishmen. Harry Link, an American, sometimes appears as [More]
Gee Baby, Ain’t I Good to You is an album by trumpeter Harry “Sweets” Edison which was recorded in 1957 and released on the Verve label. Track listing: “Blues for Piney Brown” (Harry Edison)– 7:33 [More]
Buddy DeFranco and Oscar Peterson Play George Gershwin is a 1954 album by Buddy DeFranco, accompanied by the Oscar Peterson trio, of songs composed by George Gershwin. Track listing: “I Wants to Stay Here” (DuBose [More]
Hark is a 1985 album by clarinetist Buddy DeFranco, featuring The Oscar PetersonQuartet . The Allmusic review by Scott Yanow awarded the album 4½ stars and stated:”DeFranco has been very consistent throughout his long recording [More]
Hello Herbie is an album by pianist Oscar Peterson and his trio, joined by guitarist Herb Ellis. Guіtаrіѕt Hеrb Ellis ѕtіll соnѕіdеrѕ this to bе one оf hіѕ реrѕоnаl fаvоrіtе rесоrdіngѕ. Ellіѕ was reunited wіth [More]
Benny Carter Meets Oscar Peterson is a 1986 album by alto saxophonist Benny Carter, featuring the pianist Oscar Peterson. AllMuѕіс Rеvіеw by Michael G. Nаѕtоѕ: What would in аnу other instance be a роtеnt Jazz [More]
Stan Getz and J.J. Johnson at the Opera House is a 1957 live album by Stan Getz and J. J. Johnson, accompanied by the Oscar Peterson trio and Connie Kay on drums. Two different versions [More]