I've uploaded five titles of Stan.
The first is "Dum Dum Dum" ! It's an extract from one of the best Stan's "European" albums : DINASTY. It was recorded on March 15,16,17 1971 at the Ronnie Scott Club in London with Eddy Louiss (organ), René Thomas (guitar) and Bernard Lubat (drums).
The second is "Pammie's Tune" from the album Stan Getz Quartet Plus (Stan Getz At Large).
It was recorded on January 14, 15 1960 in the Kildevangs Church in Copenhagen with Jan Johansson (piano),
Daniel Jordan (bass) and William Schiopffe (drums).
The third is the famous "Manha De Carnaval" from the album Jazz In Paris, recorded on November 13, 1966
at The "Salle Pleyel" in Paris with Gary Burton (vibraphone), Steve Swallow (bass) and Roy Haynes (drums).
The fourth is "Let's Fall In Love from the "classic" album Getz Meets Mulligan In Hi-Fi, recorded on October 12, 1957 with Gerry Mulligan (baritone & tenor saxophone), Lou Levy (piano), Ray Brown (bass) and Stan Levey (drums).
The fifth is the Sonny Rollins composition "Airegin" from a CD I've just bought today and that I did'nt knew before "Stan Getz Quartet Live at The New Morning in Paris". This record is really a marvel !
It was recorded in 1982 with Jim McNeely (piano), Marc Johnson (bass) and Victor Lewis Drums.
Thanks. I really love Pammie's Tune, from the Stan Getz At Large
album. Wonderful music.