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Stan Getz / Dave Brubeck - Jazz Summit FLAC album

Tracklist

Stan Getz Hershey Bar
Stan Getz Rubberneck
Stan Getz Signal
Stan Getz Everything Happens To Me
Stan Getz Jumping With Symphony Sid
Stan Getz Yesterdays
Stan Getz Budo
Dave Brubeck Quartet* I'll Never Smile Again
Dave Brubeck Quartet* Laura
Dave Brubeck Quartet* Lullaby In Rhythm
Dave Brubeck Quartet* For All We Know
Dave Brubeck Quartet* All The Things You Are

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
400013 Stan Getz / Dave Brubeck Stan Getz / Dave Brubeck - Jazz Summit ‎(2xLP, Comp) Disques Vogue, Vogue 400013 France 1972
DP. 13 Stan Getz / Dave Brubeck Stan Getz / Dave Brubeck - Jazz Summit ‎(2xLP, Comp) Disques Vogue DP. 13 France 1972
400 013 Stan Getz / Dave Brubeck Stan Getz / Dave Brubeck - Jazz Summit ‎(2xLP, Comp, RE, gat) Vogue 400 013 France Unknown

Stan Getz / Dave Brubeck - Jazz Summit FLAC album

Musician performer: Stan Getz

Title: Jazz Summit

Country: France

Date of release: 1972

Style: Cool Jazz

Genre: Jazz

Size FLAC: 1650 mb

Rating: 4.3 / 5

Votes: 391

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Deorro
"With all of the Stan Gtez recordings that ARE in print, it's always a shame when you come across one that's pretty unique in an artists's cannon that is not available to the public. I'm no Getz expert but I do know he didn't record in this format very often, especially when one sees almost no standards are in this recording. And the results are quite good. I can't imagine any fan or collector of Getz' works NOT having this one to be honest. Recorded at Ronnie Scott's Club in London on 3 days in March 1971, the band consists of Getz-Tenor Sax along with a trio of Eddy Louiss on Organ, Electric Guitarist Rene Thomas, and Drummer Bernard Lubat. None of the tunes will be familar here except for Benny Golson's "I Remember Clifford". The rest of the tracks are mostly originals by Eddy Louiss or Rene Thomas with one track each from outside composers Albert Mangelsdorf and Bronislau Kaper-both of whom I believe to be European Jazz musicians themselves (I do know of Mangelsdorf's work anyway). The recording quality is quite good and Getz (and indeed the entire band) seem to really be having fun. What more could you want? Personally I think there are too few recordins of jazz organ out there anyway-especially ones which aren't completley based on blues. So this one really does the trick for me-as much for the wonderful band as for Stan Getz himself.. If it comes into print again, do try and pick it up!!"
Deorro
"With all of the Stan Gtez recordings that ARE in print, it's always a shame when you come across one that's pretty unique in an artists's cannon that is not available to the public. I'm no Getz expert but I do know he didn't record in this format very often, especially when one sees almost no standards are in this recording. And the results are quite good. I can't imagine any fan or collector of Getz' works NOT having this one to be honest. Recorded at Ronnie Scott's Club in London on 3 days in March 1971, the band consists of Getz-Tenor Sax along with a trio of Eddy Louiss on Organ, Electric Guitarist Rene Thomas, and Drummer Bernard Lubat. None of the tunes will be familar here except for Benny Golson's "I Remember Clifford". The rest of the tracks are mostly originals by Eddy Louiss or Rene Thomas with one track each from outside composers Albert Mangelsdorf and Bronislau Kaper-both of whom I believe to be European Jazz musicians themselves (I do know of Mangelsdorf's work anyway). The recording quality is quite good and Getz (and indeed the entire band) seem to really be having fun. What more could you want? Personally I think there are too few recordins of jazz organ out there anyway-especially ones which aren't completley based on blues. So this one really does the trick for me-as much for the wonderful band as for Stan Getz himself.. If it comes into print again, do try and pick it up!!"