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Remembering Stan...

I am always on the lookout for rare or hard to find recordings from Stan.
This would be a great place to talk about our latest discoveries.

Well to start the ball rolling. About a month ago I was told about
the Gerald Wilson Big Band Modern reissue. 15 tracks altogether.
Tracks 1-8 are a reissue from a 1954 studio session. Tracks 9-15
are a previously unissued 1950 concert in San Francisco's Veterans Memorial
with guest stars Wardell Gray, Stan Getz and Zoot Sims.
Each one of these great sax players is given a showcase
tune and they finish the concert all blowing great solos and trading fours
on Hollywood Freeway.

Stan plays the beautiful "Out Of Nowhere". The way he quotes Broadway is just
too much;)

Denis

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Stan Getz and Bill Evans

Bill Evans - piano
Marc Johnson - bass
Philly Jo Jones - drums

With guests:

Stan Getz - sax
Curtis Fuller - trombone
Christian Escoude - guitar

Grande Parade Du Jazz (jazz festival)
Nice, France
July 7, 1978

performance quality: quite good

source: FM master broadcast reel ("Jazz Alive" recorded broadcast)

Always music of the highest order when these two played together.
Watch out for Philly Jo;)


Two extended tracks

1-Lover Man - 12:31
2-All The Things You Are - 12:05


Cheers
Denis
Stan Getz Quartet
Jazzhus Tagskægget
Aarhus, Denmark
April 23, 1977


Personnel

Stan Getz (ts)
Joanne Brackeen (el-p)
Mads Vinding (b)
Billy Hart (d)

An exciting set with that beautiful piano player
Joanne Brackeen.

1. O Grande Amor (de Moraes/Jobim) 7:22
2. Blue Serge (M.Ellington) 5:31
3. Cançao do sol (M.Nascimento) 12:26
4. Radio announcement 0:16
5. Lush Life (B.Strayhorn) 3:24

FM broadcast radio program.

Cheers
Denis
Buddy Rich Big Band in Nice with Stan Getz


Buddy Rich Big Band
John Marshall, Mike McGovern, Mark Ohlson, Chuck Schmidt (tp);
Glenn Franke, Dale Kirckland, George Maran (tb);
Andy Fusco, Chuck Wilson (as, fl);
Steve Marcus, Gary Pribeck (ts); Greg Smith (bs);
Bob Kaye (p); Tom Warrington (b); Buddy Rich (d)
Grande Parade Du Jazz
Nice, France
July 1978

FM radio broadcast
(N.P.R. "Jazz Alive" series)

An outstanding set by Buddy's band. Always swinging.
One track with Stan and Lionel Hampton on piano


Rotten kid


Cheers
Denis
Stan Getz Live at The Tiffany Club Los Angeles


Barely over one month after he had been playing in New York's Birdland with Jimmy Raney
now we find him with Los Angeles's bests.
The date September 14 1952

Stan Getz (tenor) Donn Trenner (piano) Gene Englund (bass) Jimmy Pratt (drums)

1- LOVER COME BACK TO ME (Romberg-Hammerstein) 6:04
2- YESTERDAYS (Kern-Harbach) 3:25
3- THERE'RE WILL NEVER BE ANOTHER YOU
4- HOW HIGH THE MOON (Hamilton-Lewis) 2:54

Stan sure loved playing Lover Come Back To Me;)

From a radio broadcast.

Cheers
Denis
Jazz at Marciac


1990-08-11
Jazz à Marciac

FM Broadcast - France Musique - Jazz Vivant


Stan Getz
Kenny Barron
Alex Blake
Terri Lyne Carrington

01 El Cajon - 11:19 (Johnny Mandel, Dave Frishberg)
02 Voyage - 11:20 (Kenny Barron)
03 Soul Eyes - 08:29 (Mal Waldron)
04 Yesterdays - 10:02 (Jerome Kern, Otto Harbach)
05 Seven Steps To Heaven - 09:25 (Victor Feldman, Miles Davis)
06 Yours And Mine - 8:38 (Thad Jones)
07 Stella By Starlight - 07:35 (Ned Washington, Victor Young)
08 What Is This Thing Called Love - 09:09 (Cole Porter)
09 Encore - 14:55 (fade out)
Eleanor - 05:50 (Gigi Gryce)
People Time - 05:54 (Benny Carter)
I'll Remember April -...(Gene DePaul, Don Raye, Patricia Johnston)


Music from the 90's. Wow.
Just an absolutely beautiful set.
All great standards and a few originals.
El Cajon is really one of my favorites.
But how can you choose ? Well I love them all.

Stan's sound is so well rendered here. Just
a joy to listen to;)
All around superlative musicians.


Cheers
Denis

Sippin' At Bells
Denis Ouellet said:
Jazz at Marciac


1990-08-11
Jazz à Marciac

FM Broadcast - France Musique - Jazz Vivant


Stan Getz
Kenny Barron
Alex Blake
Terri Lyne Carrington

01 El Cajon - 11:19 (Johnny Mandel, Dave Frishberg)
02 Voyage - 11:20 (Kenny Barron)
03 Soul Eyes - 08:29 (Mal Waldron)
04 Yesterdays - 10:02 (Jerome Kern, Otto Harbach)
05 Seven Steps To Heaven - 09:25 (Victor Feldman, Miles Davis)
06 Yours And Mine - 8:38 (Thad Jones)
07 Stella By Starlight - 07:35 (Ned Washington, Victor Young)
08 What Is This Thing Called Love - 09:09 (Cole Porter)
09 Encore - 14:55 (fade out)
Eleanor - 05:50 (Gigi Gryce)
People Time - 05:54 (Benny Carter)
I'll Remember April -...(Gene DePaul, Don Raye, Patricia Johnston)


Music from the 90's. Wow.
Just an absolutely beautiful set.
All great standards and a few originals.
El Cajon is really one of my favorites.
But how can you choose ? Well I love them all.

Stan's sound is so well rendered here. Just
a joy to listen to;)
All around superlative musicians.


Cheers
Denis

Sippin' At Bells
Stan Getz in Santa Cruz

Source: Unknown ???

Another live date. Stan is in full flight.
The audience is responsive and everything jells.

Finally we hear that young bassist Larry Grenadier.
Stan was fond of him. Furthermore we have Larry Willis
on piano. What a great musician. Everything held tight
by Victor Lewis on drums.

wonderful music with lots of talk by Stan.

So back on March 5th 1987

The tracks are

01 Yesterdays
02 Seven Steps to Heaven
03 Introduction by Stan
04 Falling in Love
05 Stan's Blues
06 Sippin' At Bells
07 We'll Be Together Again
08 Voyage
09 Just Friends
10 I Love You

Many thanks to Roger Hunter for this.

Denis
That Old Feeling
Hi Denis, just received the Marciac package , please let me know if their is anything more that you would like, it would be a pleasure.
Solar
Roger
The Vancouver Concert


I never knew why it was billed the Vancouver Concert.
Obviously there is no audience and it was recorded
in a radio studio with Stan introducing each tunes.

This was the last recording of Stan with Cherico and Hunt.

January 30th 1965 Vancouver BC Canada
Stan, Gary Burton, Gene Cherico and Joe Hunt.

Seven tracks

1- My Romance
2- When The World Was Young
3- Manha De Carnaval
4- A Singing Song
5- My Funny Valentine
6- Froggie went A-Courtin'
7- Waltz For A Lovely wife

Available on Gambit Records

Denis
Out Of Nowhere
Woody Herman - The Four Brothers At The Royal Roost
Stan Getz, Al Cohn, Zoot Sims and Serge Chaloff


WMCA Broadcast, Royal Roost, New York City, October-November 1948

Stan Fishelson, Bernie Glow, Red Rodney, Ernie Royal (tp) Shorty Rogers (tp, arr)
Earl Swope, Ollie Wilson, Bob Swift (tb) Woody Herman (cl, as, v) Sam Marowitz (as)
Al Cohn, Stan Getz, Zoot Sims (ts) Serge Chaloff (bars) Terry Gibbs (vib) Lou Levy (p)
Chubby Jackson (b) Don Lamond (dr) Mary Ann McCall (v)

New York's Royal Roost, a 1940s jazz joint known as the Metropolitan Bopera House.
Bird, Lester Young and Count Basie could be heard there nightly. The house that Bop built.

Well the most talked about of the Four Brothers band. Of note Red Rodney,
Shorty Rogers and of course Lou Levy and Chubby Jackson.
Incredible band. The best.
All of this with Symphony Sid.

The tracks are from October 30 1948
01 - Keeper Of The Flame (Shorty Rogers)
02 - Four Brothers (Jimmy Giuffre)

From November 6 1948
03 - Boomsie (Shorty Rogers)

From November 16 1948
04 - Keeper Of The Flame (Shorty Rogers)

From November 20 1948
05 - We The People Bop (Woody Herman)
06 - Tiny's Blues (Kahn)



Groovin High
Denis
Hello folks,

First post here.

I was recently perusing an Italian website listing "Unissued Stan Getz Recordings" . A November 6, 1966 date from Philarmonic Hall, Berlin with his quartet (Burton, Israels, & Haynes), lists four songs with Astrud Gilberto on vocals. Does anyone have any information they could share about this? Thanks!

Mark DeMaranville
Hi Dennis and others,

I am curious if anyone has either of the following recordings, featuring Freddie Hubbard with Stan:


VARIOUS ARTISTS - Aurex Jazz Festival '81: All Star Jam Session - (East wind EWJ-80208)
September, 3 1981, Nippon Budokan, Tokyo, Japan live
Freddie Hubbard (tp) Bob Brookmeyer (vtb) Stan Getz (ts) Gerry Mulligan (bars) Milt Jackson (vib) Roland Hanna (p) Ray Brown (b) Art Blakey (d)

*BAG'S GROOVE (Jackson) 6:24

http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:kcfpxql0ld6e


or


VARIOUS ARTISTS - Aurex Jazz Festival '81: Live Special - (East wind EWJ-80254)
September, 6 1981, Yokohama Stadium, Tokyo, Japan live
Freddie Hubbard (tp) Bob Brookmeyer (vtb) Stan Getz (ts) Gerry Mulligan (bars) Milt Jackson (vib) Roland Hanna (p) Ray Brown (b) Art Blakey (d)

* WOODYN' YOU (Gillespie) 6:24

http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:abftxqtaldke


Needless to say, I would love to hear these tracks...

Thanks,
Thomas

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