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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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Yeah Pascal about the People Time box set, just ordered mine a few days ago. (-:
Finally all of it is being released. The music and Stan's comments.
Collector's items.


Sippin At Bells
From two dates in June 1957, Stan Live from the Village Vanguard.
This is the time when Stan was playing with Mose Allison. The "Soft Swing" album had not been recorded yet.

From June 22, 1957, Radio broadcast, Village Vanguard, New York, NY Live
Stan Getz Quartet Stan Getz (ts) Mose Allison (p) Jug Taylor (b) Fred Benito (d)

1 - Is It True What They Say About Dixie? (Caesar-Lerner-Marks)
2 - Time After Time (Styne-Cahn)
3 - To The Ends Of The Earth (Sherman-Sherman)
4 - Stars Fell On Alabama (Parish-Perkins)

And a week later

From June 29, 1957, Radio broadcast, Village Vanguard, New York, NY Live
Stan Getz Quartet Stan Getz (ts) Mose Allison (p) Jug Taylor (b) Jerry Segal (d)

1 - All God's Chillun Got Rhythm (Jurmann-Kaper-Kahn)
2 - Flamingo (Anderson-Grouya)

We can even hear Leonard Feather with the radio announcer.

Between these two dates Stan found the time to record with Dizzie Gillespie the "Sittin' In" Session.

Stan at the Village Vanguard was available on Ingo Records

Denis

Sippin At Bells
Denis/Pascal,

I wish I had the $ to fly over to Germany or France and pick up my copy TODAY!!!! That being said, hopefully, my copy of People Time will arrive sometime next week. Last time I ordered something from Europe, I had it within 7 business days so here's hoping...

Marla

Denis Ouellet said:
Yeah Pascal about the People Time box set, just ordered mine a few days ago. (-:
Finally all of it is being released. The music and Stan's comments.
Collector's items.


Sippin At Bells
hi Marla,


I ordered mine from Amazon.ca. Initially they had the shipping estimate of Dec 1.
Now it's been pushed back to Dec 14. I sure hope to get it before Christmas (-: LOL




Marla said:
Denis/Pascal,

I wish I had the $ to fly over to Germany or France and pick up my copy TODAY!!!! That being said, hopefully, my copy of People Time will arrive sometime next week. Last time I ordered something from Europe, I had it within 7 business days so here's hoping...

Marla

Denis Ouellet said:
Yeah Pascal about the People Time box set, just ordered mine a few days ago. (-:
Finally all of it is being released. The music and Stan's comments.
Collector's items.


Sippin At Bells
where's the cd??

Richard Ransom said:


Richard Ransom said:
Billie Holiday Billie Holiday at The Storyville Club (1951)
"This Billie Holiday set works for me in so many ways. The small combo playing behind her is simplicity and utility at its finest. The intimate supper club sound ( I love the introduction .)The slurring, just behind the beat vocals ( and this is latter day Billie, so what you get are the seasoned, almost world -weary vocals that are a bit deeper, but more nuanced). It features my favorite performance of I Cover the Waterfront ever. Ever. This is one cd I will turn to again and again, one that I could not do without and Very Highly Recommended. "
"Billie Holiday's voice is superb, and the musicians that back
her up keep it relaxed and genuine."

Credits:

Stan Getz / Billie Holiday
Billie Holiday (vocals)
Stan Getz (tenor sax)
Buster Harding (piano)
John Fields (bass)
Marquis Foster (drums)

Tracklist:

01 You're Driving Me Crazy
02 Lover Come Back To Me
03 Ain't Nobody's Bizz-Ness If I Do
04 He's Funny That Way
05 Billie's Blues
06 Miss Brown To You
07 Detour Ahead
08 Starnge Fruit
09 Aint Nobody Bizz-Ness If I Do
10 All Of Me
11 I Love You Porgy
12 Miss Brown To You
13 Billie's Blues
14 Lover Man
15 Them There Eyes
16 My Man
17 I Cover The Waterfront
18 Crazy He Calls Me
19 Lover Come Back To Me

Denis Ouellet said:
Billie Holiday and Stan Getz


Recorded at Storyville in Boston on
October 29 1951.

Stan backing up Billie Holiday. Of course Stan
is not taking any solos, strictly playing obligatos.

The tracks are

Ain't Nobody's Business, Lover Come Back To Me and
You're Driving Me Crazy.

5 min 51 seconds of music from Stan and Billie together.
That's all we have as far as I know.
Maybe somewhere some other recordings exist ?

The personnel is
Buster Harding piano, John Fields bass and Marquis Foster
drums.

From the Billie Holiday at Storyville CD

Denis
Some additional information after listening to the "Jazz sur la Croisette Cannes 1958" recording in the INA archives.

The 4 quartet tracks can often be found on many LPs and CDs (Live in Paris 1958-1959, Live in Europe 1958, ...) with the following date and place of recording :
"L'Olympia", Paris, France, June-August, 1958
It's obviously a huge error... I compared the tracks of my CD "Live in Paris 1958-1959" with those of "Jazz sur la Croisette". They are the same !

The title played during the jam session is "Blues Walk", not "The Eternal Triangle".



Pascal Savelon said:
Festival de Jazz de Cannes 1958
Palais des Festivals

July 12
Stan GETZ (ts), Martial SOLAL (p), Pierre MICHELOT (b), Kenny CLARKE (dr)
- "Broadway"
- "East of the sun"
- "Ghost of a chance"
- "All God's chillun got rhythm"

Jam session with Dizzy GILLESPIE (tp), Stan GETZ (ts), Barney WILEN (ts), Sacha DISTEL (g), Martial SOLAL (p), Pierre MICHELOT (b), Kenny CLARKE (dr)
- "Eternal triangle"


July 13
Coleman Hawkins, Don Byas, Barney Wilen, Guy Lafitte, Stan Getz (ts),
Martial Solal (p), Arvell Shaw (b), J. C. Heard (dr)
- "Indiana changes"


Recorded by ORTF (French radio and TV) , archived by INA (Institut National de l'Audiovisuel)
Stan Getz Quintet in Paris

September, 1959, Blue Note Cafe, Paris
Stan Getz Quintet:
Stan Getz (ts), René Urtreger (p), Jimmy Gourley (g), Jean-Marie Ingrand (b), Kenny Clarke (d)

- Dear Old Stockholm (Trad) 6:14
- Lady Bird (Dameron) 6:04


same location and date
Stan Getz Quintet:
Stan Getz (ts), René Urtreger (p), Jimmy Gourley (g), Pierre Michelot (b), Kenny Clarke (d)

- Cherokee (Noble) 4:54


The 3 tracks are on my player...

Pascal
The French Ina just released a new CD, "Jazz aux Champs-Elysées", with two unreleased Stan Getz tracks recorded in Paris on October 5th 1959, with the German SDR Big Band and the Orchestre Radio-Symphonique de Paris led by Michel Legrand. "I Remember Clifford" is a gentle ballad with strings and orchestra, and "Perdido" a hard swingin' big band number. Both the performance and the sound quality are great!

Available at the Ina web site (in French only), at Amazon.fr and even on iTunes (of course, I prefer the real CD, but it's usefull to listen to short excerpts).
It's a real good news. I heard one of them on the radio (TSF Jazz) and found the podcast on its website. I made a sample ("I Remember Clifford") that you can listen here.



Roger Pardelli said:
The French Ina just released a new CD, "Jazz aux Champs-Elysées", with two unreleased Stan Getz tracks recorded in Paris on October 5th 1959, with the German SDR Big Band and the Orchestre Radio-Symphonique de Paris led by Michel Legrand. "I Remember Clifford" is a gentle ballad with strings and orchestra, and "Perdido" a hard swingin' big band number. Both the performance and the sound quality are great!

Available at the Ina web site (in French only), at Amazon.fr and even on iTunes (of course, I prefer the real CD, but it's usefull to listen to short excerpts).

I need some help for the Kenny Clarke discography. Stan and Kenny played together only a few times. Is there somebody around who has these ones

STAN GETZ                                                                                                                                                          52-1113

November 13, 1952 Birdland, NYC

Stan Getz ts / Jimmy Raney g / Duke Jordan p / Bill Crow b / Kenny Clarke dr

 

a.                           Sweetie Pie                                   (07:20)      Retro R2CD 40-62

 

STAN GETZ                                                                                                                                                          53-0115

January 15, 1953 Birdland, NYC

Dick Sherman tp / Stan Getz ts / Duke Jordan p / Bill Crow b / Kenny Clarke dr

 

  1. I'll remember April                                         Natasha Imports NI-4005, Jazz Up 2MJP-1061, Landscape LS2-911

 

  1. Yesterdays (No. 2)                                          Natasha Imports NI-4005, Jazz Up 2MJP-1061, Landscape LS2-911

 

Lullaby of Birdland (theme & closing) (?)   unissued

STAN GETZ QUARTET                                                                                                                       58-0712D

July 12, 1958 Festival de Cannes, Cannes, F

Stan Getz ts / Martial Solal p / / Pierre Michelot b / Kenny Clarke dr

 

a.                           Broadway                                                         LA Sept / SFP

b.                           East of the sun                                                 LA Sept / SFP

 c.                           (I don't stand) A ghost of a chance (04:30)   BJ (I) BJ 1020 CD

d.                           All God’s chillum got rhythm                        LA Sept / SFP

 

JAM SESSION                                                                                                                                                      58-0712F

July 12, 1958 Festival de Cannes, Cannes, F

Dizzy Gillespie tp / Barney Wilen ts / Stan Getz ts / Martial Solal p / Sacha Distel g / Pierre Michelot b / Kenny Clarke dr

 

a.                           Eternal triangle                             (08:00)      LA Sept / SFP

                                                                                    BJ (I) BJ 1020 CD

 

Many thanks for any kind of help

 

 


 

 

I found this concert somewhere on the web.
Great !!!

The concert date is July 13, 1978.

 

 A funny thing: Stan quotes (twice) "La Marseillaise", the French national anthem, the day before our national holiday (July 14)
 
 Pascal   :)

 



Denis Ouellet said:
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

Hi,

 

 

 Stan GETZ/Kenny Barron Duo March 8th, 1991, St. Denis, Festival Banlieues Bleues

 

You can listen to this great concert (and download it) at: http://www.archive.org/details/StanGetzKennyBarronDuo1991-03-08Fest...

 

 

01 Time After Time

02 Softly As In A Morning Sunrise

03 The Surrey With The Fringe On Top

04 Stablemates

05 Soul Eyes

06 People Time

07 Night And Day

08 I Wish You Love

09 East Of The Sun

 

 

 

Enjoy !

Pascal

 

 

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