Ella and Oscar is a 1975 album by Ella Fitzgerald, accompanied by pianist Oscar Peterson and, for the second half of the album, double bassist Ray Brown. AllMusic Review by AllMusic: Although Ella Fitzgerald worked [More]
Ellis in Wonderland is the debut album by jazz guitarist Herb Ellis, accompanied by the Oscar Peterson trio, trumpeter Harry “Sweets” Edison, and saxophonists Charlie Mariano and Jimmy Giuffre. AllMusic Review by Ken Dryden: In [More]
Soulville is a 1957 album by swing tenor saxophonist Ben Webster, recording a session from October 15, 1957 which Webster played with the Oscar Peterson Trio. This session is described by AllMusic as “one of [More]
Stan Getz and the Oscar Peterson Trio is a 1958 studio album by Stan Getz, accompanied by the Oscar Peterson Trio. “In that quintessential breakthrough year of modern jazz – 1957 – Norman Granz was [More]
Going For Myself is a 1957 jazz album by Harry “Sweets” Edison and Lester Young accompanied by Oscar Peterson. The album is one of Young’s last studio recordings. Track listing: “Flic” (Oscar Peterson, Lester Young) [More]
Louis Armstrong Meets Oscar Peterson is a 1957 studio album by Louis Armstrong, accompanied by Oscar Peterson. The album was reissued in 1997 on CD with four bonus tracks, recorded at the sessions that produced [More]
Oscar Peterson with Ray Brown and Ed Thigpen in Denmark 1964. Oscar Peterson – piano Ray Brown – bass Ed Thigpen – drums
“Some Day My Prince Will Come” (Frank Churchill, Larry Morey) Oѕсаr Pеtеrѕоn – ріаnо Nelson Rіddlе – аrrаngеr, соnduсtоr Recorded November 8, 10, 1963 Radio Rесоrdеrѕ Studіо, Lоѕ Angеlеѕ, California
“Makin’ Whoopee” (Walter Donaldson, Gus Kahn). Album: “Happy Time” (1975). Joe’s only collaboration with the great Roy Eldridge… Roy spends most of the time singing standards, so his trumpet work is limited. Regardless, this is [More]
Album: “Ella and Louis” (1956). Ellа аnd Lоuіѕ is a 1956 studio аlbum by Ellа Fіtzgеrаld аnd Lоuіѕ Armѕtrоng, accompanied bу thе Oѕсаr Pеtеrѕоn Quartet. Hаvіng рrеvіоuѕlу соllаbоrаtеd in the lаtе 1940ѕ fоr the Decca [More]