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Of Thee I Sing - Stan Getz - West Coast Jazz (CD, Album)


1999
Label: Verve Records - 557 549-2 • Series: Verve Master Edition • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Europe • Genre: Jazz •
Of Thee I Sing - Stan Getz - West Coast Jazz (CD, Album)

Of Thee I Sing (Alternate Take) ; Love Is Here To Stay (Alternate Take) ; Lists More images. Stan Getz – West Coast Jazz. Label: Verve Records – Series: Verve Master Edition. Format: CD, Album, Reissue, Digipak. Country: Europe. Released: Genre: Jazz. Style: Tracklist Hide Credits. 1: East Of The Sun (And West.

View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "West Coast Jazz" on Discogs.3/5(1).

A very typical West Coast Recording. With Conte Candoli, Leroy Vinnegar, Lou Levy, and Shelly Manne, it's a definite West Coast recording. Candoli almost sounds like Chet Baker and Levy sounds like Russ Freeman. Stan Getz and his gang incorporate their style into typical bop tunes like "Four", "A Night in Tunisia", and "Split Kick"/5(36).

A very typical West Coast Recording. With Conte Candoli, Leroy Vinnegar, Lou Levy, and Shelly Manne, it's a definite West Coast recording. Candoli almost sounds like Chet Baker and Levy sounds like Russ Freeman. Stan Getz and his gang incorporate their style into typical bop tunes like "Four", "A Night in Tunisia", and "Split Kick"/5(35).

 · This three-CD box, then, finds Getz in top form as a jazz soloist and bandleader. Recorded, as so much jazz was, in various off-the-cuff sessions from -- although this box culls from different LPs such as West Coast Jazz, Stan Getz and the Cool Sounds, and The Steamer -- it still all fits together as one long, languid, bop-to-bluesy.


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3 thoughts on “Of Thee I Sing - Stan Getz - West Coast Jazz (CD, Album)”

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "West Coast Jazz" on Discogs/5(5).

  2. Recorded in Hollywood in August of , West Coast Jazz utilized the talents of L.A.’s finest: trumpeter Conte Candoli, pianist Lou Levy, bassist Leroy Vinnegar, and drummer Shelly Manne. At a time when “West Coast jazz” was being dismissed back in New York as too cool and cerebral, the title was meant to be a joke; all of the players here were East Coast transplants, and by this point, Getz’s dry, feathery, .

  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "West Coast Jazz" on Discogs/5(2).

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