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WETF Program - Stan Getz' West Coast Sessions . . 1955, 56
WETF Program - Stan Getz' West Coast Sessions with Conte Candoli, Lou Levy, Stan Levey, Leroy Vinegar . . great mainstream/bop tenor playing in the late 1950's--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/john-clark49/support
This album came about as a result of a gig Stan Getz had in Los Angeles at a high-end club called "Zardi's" in July 1955. Getz put together this ad hoc band of some of his favorite players living in L.A. and fortunately they were available of this long gig. The people were trumpeter Conte Candoli, pianist Lou Levy, bassist Leroy Vinnegar and drum great Shelly Manne. The band gelled on the first night at Zardi's and as word got around the club did a land office business. It was decided at mid point of the gig to bring the band into the studio and record an album and this is it! Getz of course needs no introduction as he was one of the major voices of the tenor saxophone and unequaled in his flowing, melodic improvisation. He is at ease at any tempo and a great ballad player. The rest of the band is obviously inspired by Stan and this album was one of the best from this period. It was recorded on August 9 and 15, 1955. The title of the album is "West Coast Jazz" but that only refers to the fact that everybody at the time was living in L.A. They were all from somewhere else. The band has a New York kind of energy and flow. Enjoy Mr. Getz and co., tonight's Jazz Feature.
Comedian Jade Catta-Preta gushes with Brazilian pride over the bossa nova-infused jazz tracks co-created by legends Stan Getz and João Gilberto on their iconic 1964 collaboration Getz/Gilberto. For guest playlists, new music influenced by this album, and full show notes, go to The500podcast.com. Join the movement. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tenor Saxophone Master Stan Getz: "Nobody Else But Me".
CiTR -- The Jazz Show
This fine album was never issued until three years after Getz' death in 1991. It was recorded during Getz "bossa nova period" but is a straight-ahead pure Jazz recording. Getz career was revitalized during his bossa nova period and this recording and the only studio recording by this unique band was shelved as it did not feature any bossa nova tunes. The powers that be felt at the time that it would not be to Getz' advantage to put this album out so it was sadly shelved. Now that we have it it is a minor classic and a real treasure. Getz, of course is in top form and tackles each tune with intensity and enthusiasm and delivers his lyrical, creative and beautifully stated message all over this disc. His band included the young Gary Burton, who at the time was very new on the national Jazz scene and shows his maturity and emergence as a future star. The bassist is the late, great Gene Cherico. The drummer is the underrated Joe Hunt, who today is still active playing and teaching. This is the only documentation of this Getz quartet and we the listener ought to feel grateful that is finally received the light of day. The album contains ballads, standards, originals by Burton and altoist Phil Woods and composer Mike Gibbs. "Nobody Else But Me" is Getz at a peak in 1964.