Category: Jazz

I Didnt Know What Time It Was - Stan Getz - Voices (Vinyl, LP, Album)


  1. May 13,  · One of the biggest-selling jazz albums of all time, not to mention bossa nova's finest moment,Getz/Gilberto trumped Jazz Samba by bringing two of bossa nova's greatest innovators -- guitarist/singer Joao Gilberto and composer/pianist Antonio Carlos Jobim -- to New York to record with Stan Getz. The results were magic/5().
  2. "I Didn't Know What Time It Was" (Rogers, Hart) - Bonus track on CD reissue; Tracks 7 and 8 originally appeared on a LP with Oscar Peterson trio tracks comprising Side B (MGV) Personnel. Gerry Mulligan - baritone saxophone (tracks ), tenor saxophone (tracks ) Stan Getz - tenor saxophone (tracks ), baritone saxophone (tracks ).
  3. Stan Getz - Didn't We This stereo LP record was released as Verve Records V in the record has the black Verve label with silver print with the Trident logo and "MGM Records" at the bottom. Stan Getz (tenor sax) is featured with an orchestra arranged and conducted by Johnny Pate.5/5(5).
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Stan Getz - Voices at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Stan Getz collection.4/5(46).
  5. The album was recorded at Columbia's 30th Street Studio, on May 26 and 27, , and was issued on vinyl later the same year. It was reissued on vinyl LP in and on CD in Burton was a partial contributor and is heard only on some tracks.
  6. Stan Getz and Gerry Mulligan Getz Meets Mulligan In Hi-Fi Import Vinyl LP The historic Verve release Getz Meets Mulligan In Hi-Fi is the first album on Getz picked the fine rhythm section with Mulligan's approval: Lou Levy on piano, Stan Levey on drums, and Ray Brown on bass.
  7. Stan Getz & Gerry Mulligan / Stan Getz & The Oscar Peterson Trio, an Album by Stan Getz and Gerry Mulligan / Stan Getz and The Oscar Peterson Trio. Released in on Verve (catalog no. MG V; Vinyl LP).
  8. I have owned this (LP) since the s. I was so happy to buy it again on CD to get "Scrapple from the Apple" and "I Didn't Know what Time it Was." It was like getting another Getz/Mulligan recording. If you buy reports from the Chicago Jazz Festival: Getz despised Mulligan and made jokes and remarks at his expense. You'd never know it from /5(53).

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