About three French movies...
### Les Tricheurs (1958 - directed by Marcel Carné)
1. Oscar Peterson, piano; Herb Ellis, guitar; Ray Brown, acoustic double bass; Gus Johnson, drums; with
(a) Roy Eldridge, trumpet; Stan Getz, tenor sax;
(b) Coleman Hawkins, tenor sax;
(c) Roy Eldridge, trumpet;
(d) Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet; Sonny Stitt, alto sax.
Recorded on 1st May 1958 in Paris. Four tracks with JATP groups. Stan plays only on "Les Tricheurs"
You can hear this track in Richard Ransom's player.
2. Mezz Mezzrow, clarinet; André Persiany, piano; Buddy Banks, acoustic double bass; Lionel Hampton, drums.
Recorded on 30th October 1958 in Paris.
3. Maxim Saury et son New Orléans Sound.
### Mort D'un Pourri (1978 - directed by Georges Lautner)
Stan Getz Quintet With Orchestra
Philippe Sarde (composer)
Hubert Rostaing (arr)
Stan Getz (ts)
Andy LaVerne (p)
Rick Laid (b)
Billy Hart (d)
Efrain Toro (perc)
The London Symphony Orchestra
Paris, France, October 20, 1977
Paris 5 H Du Matin
Getz O Mania
Mort D'un Pourri
Tout Est Tranquille
The beginning of this film is beautiful. In the opening credits, you see an 'unknown' saxophonist in the dark (during a few seconds) and then he plays... THE SOUND ! :).
Look in my videos...
### Est-ce bien raisonnable ? (1981 - directed by Georges Lautner)
2 tracks by the Stan Getz Trio
MIOU DANS LA VILLE (Sarde) *
EST-CE BIEN RAISONNABLE ? (Sarde)
Stan Getz (ts & ss *)
Eddy Louiss (org)
Billy Cobham (d)
Philippe Sarde (arr)