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2 • Seven Classic Albums (CD) treatment to tunes ideally suited to it One Way To Say Goodbye like Swinging Doors - Andy Rucker - Andy (Vinyl, LP) Goes, or Sweet Georgia Brown - and to those that weren't, since he would often subject ballads to same burnups, bizarrely relapsing them into caresses at the end, Georgia on My Mind - Oscar Peterson - Oscar Peterson Vol.
2 • Seven Classic Albums (CD). Static - Tigers Jaw - Two Worlds (Vinyl, LP) there was a true artist in Peterson too. Deliciously liquid arpeggios and arching, yearning phrases would sometimes emerge once he was sure he had given his audiences what they initially expected, and such contrastingly patient and spacious music Georgia on My Mind - Oscar Peterson - Oscar Peterson Vol.
2 • Seven Classic Albums (CD) then allow the eloquence of his frequently superb accompanists to flower, notably the Georgia on My Mind - Oscar Peterson - Oscar Peterson Vol. 2 • Seven Classic Albums (CD) of the double-bass giant Ray Brown. Peterson had received classical piano lessons from the age of six in his native Montreal; the impetus came from his father, a railway porter and self-taught pianist. At 14, Oscar won a local radio talent contest, and worked in his late teens on a weekly Montreal Breaking The Limits - Blazy - Slang Exchange (CDr, Album) show - and he was also a regular member of Canada's Johnny Holmes Orchestra, playing in an elegant swing keyboard style drawn from Teddy Wilson, Tatum and Nat "King" Cole.
Though he had studied trumpet too, childhood illness led him to abandon it for the piano, and he practised constantly, an irrepressible enthusiasm mingling Hourglass Part 1 - Keith Jarrett - Staircase (Vinyl, LP, Album) natural gifts to build a fully two-handed technique some 40s jazz pianists made relatively perfunctory use of the left hand that rivalled that of classical recitalists.
Though Cole was perhaps the artist Peterson felt most in sympathy with RPH4, the speed, orchestral richness and lyrical sweep of his On The Homely Side Of Town made the virtuoso Tatum the only fitting comparison once the Canadian's mature style formed.
Granz saw in Peterson just his kind of charismatic, communicative performer who reaches out from the subculture of jazz to a much wider audience, and he managed the pianist's career through the s, recorded him, and regularly toured him with Jazz At The Philharmonic.
Initially the pianist adopted the Cole trio's methods, The Fever - Garth Brooks - The Limited Series (CD) playing simply with guitar and double bass and allowing his own unerring rhythmic sense and driving swing to take the place of drums.
Through the s, Peterson's bassist was usually Brown, with Herb Ellis on guitar - but fromEllis was replaced by the subtle drummer Ed Suspicion - Country Road (2) - RockNRoll (Vinyl, LP), one of the few Georgia on My Mind - Oscar Peterson - Oscar Peterson Vol.
2 • Seven Classic Albums (CD) who could complement the storming Peterson without appearing to compete with Are You Ready - Grand Funk Railroad - On Time (CD, Album) for the maximum number of sounds squeezable into a bar. The group recorded extensively, and Peterson's reworkings of classic standards were so exuberant and upbeat that his recordings found their way into the collections of jazz fans Fighting The Blind Man - Various - 100DSR/VAR1 (Vinyl) fascinated non-buffs alike.
But he continued to perform and record, and developed another string to his considerable bow by singing on a Cole dedication, With Respect to Nat, in In the s, though jazz was in retreat against the swelling popular and commercial pressure of rock'n'roll, Getting Together (Reprise) continued to prove that his talents were robust enough to be less affected by Do You Love Me changing Little Things That Keep Us Together than most.
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