Track listing: 1. 00:00:00  Blues for Mary Jane 2. 00:07:54  There Will Never Be Another You 3. 00:17:15   You’re Blase 4. 00:21:29  Too Close for Comfort 5. 00:27:48  Like Someone in Love 6. 00:34:19  How [More]
The Dolphin is a live album by saxophonist Stan Getz which was recorded at Keystone Korner and released on the Concord Jazz label in 1981. “Stan Getz’s first recording for Concord finds him returning to [More]
Getz/Gilberto is an album by American saxophonist Stan Getz and Brazilian guitarist João Gilberto, featuring pianist and composer Antônio Carlos Jobim (Tom Jobim), who also composed many of the tracks. It was released in March [More]
Stan Getz at Large is an album by saxophonist Stan Getz which was released on the Verve label as a 2LP set in 1960. “Recorded during Stan Getz’s lengthy stay in Copenhagen, the influential tenorman [More]
This twо-LP ѕеt іnсludеѕ seven sessions frоm 1949-50 аnd one from 1953 thаt feature the grеаt tеnоr-ѕаxорhоnіѕt Stаn Gеtz. Gеtz is hеаrd with a Tеrrу Gіbbѕ septet, іn quartets wіth еіthеr ріаnіѕt Al Hаіg or [More]
Captain Marvel іѕ a jazz аlbum by ѕаxорhоnіѕt Stаn Gеtz released іn 1974 on thе Cоlumbіа Rесоrdѕ lаbеl. The album fеаturеѕ performances by Gеtz wіth Chісk Cоrеа, whо composed most of the material, Stаnlеу Clarke, [More]
Stan Getz Plays is an album by American saxophonist Stan Getz recorded in 1952 and first released on the Norgran label in 1955. The album features tracks that were previously released on two 10-inch LPs on [More]
Jazz Samba Encore! is a bossa nova album by Stan Getz and Luiz Bonfá, released on the Verve label.[4] It is bossa nova in a slower groove. It contains a mix of Jobim standards as [More]
Cal Tjader-Stan Getz Sextet is an album by vibraphonist Cal Tjader and saxophonist Stan Getz recorded in 1958 and first released on the Fantasy label. AllMusic Review by Stephen Cook: In the vein of many [More]
AllMusic Review by Stephen Cook: The music on this LP recalls the airy “Four Brothers” sound that tenor saxophonists Stan Getz, Zoot Sims and Herbie Steward, and baritone saxophonist Serge Charloff, plied in Woody Herman’s [More]