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  1. Mocage
    This is a classic Oscar Peterson trio performance. Recorded in the Soviet Union at the height of the cold war with OP accompanied by Niels Henning Orsted Pedersen on Bass and Jake Hanna on Drums (produced by Norman Granz)/5(17).
  2. Samur
    So what you get is Oscar Peterson with Joe Pass and Neils Pederson in recorded live. The album starts with Peterson's own composition 'Wheatland'. After a 4 minute Piano solo introduction, in which Peterson also plays his own 'Hogtown Blues', Pass and Pederson join in 5/5(8).
  3. Disar
    Album · · 13 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Sign In The London Concert: Royal Festival Hall, (Live) [with Louie Bellson] Oscar Peterson Jazz · Preview SONG TIME Hogtown Blues (Live).
  4. Zololl
    The remarkable pianist Oscar Peterson had never been thought of that much as a composer, making this set of eight of his compositions a bit of a surprise when it was originally released. Now available on CD, Peterson's tribute to his native Canada includes several noteworthy pieces of which "Hogtown Blues" and "Wheatland" are best known/5(39).
  5. Meztishicage
    Apr 08,  · Oscar Peterson - If You Could See Me Now (Full Album) - Duration: All That Jazz Don Kaart 85, views.
  6. Fenrilkree
    The Toronto of “Hogtown Blues” will remain one of the greatest charts on the recording. The music here is not merely a classic bar blues, but is packed with Mr. Peterson’s great pianism and the emotion he felt for this city.
  7. Mok
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Oscar Peterson on Discogs.4/5(1).
  8. Tor
    Solo is an album by jazz pianist Oscar Peterson, recorded in concert in and released in Track listing. Yesterdays" (Otto Harbach, Jerome Kern) – "Makin' Whoopee" (Walter Donaldson, Gus Kahn) – "Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me)" (Leslie Bricusse, Anthony Newley) – "Take the "A" Train" (Billy Strayhorn) – "Body and Soul" (Edward Heyman, Robert Sour.
  9. Garisar
    Jul 01,  · Much of the album is comprised of blues-based compositions dedicated to cities and places and the first stop on the journey is the Maritimes with Ballad to the East. Moving west, it’s off to the Laurentian Mountains with the beautiful Laurentide Waltz. Place St. Henri hits even closer to home as it is a swinging tribute to the working-class Montreal neighbourhood where Peterson lived as a child.

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