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Oscar Peterson / Erroll Garner / Art Tatum - Great Jazz Pianists

Oscar Peterson / Erroll Garner / Art Tatum - Great Jazz Pianists
Great Jazz Pianists
Oscar Peterson / Erroll Garner / Art Tatum
Bop, Post Bop, Hard Bop
CAL-882, CAL 882
MP3 album size:
2292 mb
FLAC album size:
2974 mb
RCA Camden


1Oscar PetersonBack Home Again In Indiana
Written-By – Ballard MacDonald, James Hanley
2Erroll GarnerI Can't Escape From You
Written-By – Robin, Whiting
3Erroll GarnerStairway To The Stars (Based On "Park Avenue Fantasy")
Written-By – Signorelli, Malneck, Parish
4Art TatumCherokee
Written-By – Noble
5Art Tatum(When Your Heart's On Fire) Smoke Gets IN Your Eyes
Written-By – Kern, Harbach
6Erroll GarnerErroll's Blues
Written-By – Garner
7Art TatumOut Of Nowhere
Written-By – Heyman, Green
8Oscar PetersonI Surrender Dear
Written-By – Clifford, Barris
9Oscar PetersonFlying Home
Written-By – Goodman, Hampton
10Erroll GarnerErroll's Bounce
Written-By – Garner


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ACL-7015Erroll Garner, Art Tatum, Oscar Peterson Erroll Garner, Art Tatum, Oscar Peterson - Keyboard Kings ‎(LP, Comp, RE)PickwickACL-7015CanadaUnknown
RGP-1040(M)Oscar Peterson / Erroll Garner / Art Tatum Oscar Peterson / Erroll Garner / Art Tatum - Great Jazz Pianists ‎(LP, Comp, Mono, RE, OBI)RCARGP-1040(M)Japan1972
CAL -882 Oscar Peterson / Erroll Garner / Art Tatum Oscar Peterson / Erroll Garner / Art Tatum - Great Jazz Pianists ‎(LP, Comp, Mono)RCA CamdenCAL -882 Canada1965
CAL-882Oscar Peterson / Erroll Garner / Art Tatum Oscar Peterson / Erroll Garner / Art Tatum - Great Jazz Pianists ‎(LP, Comp, Mono)RCA CamdenCAL-882Canada1965
LPM 10303Oscar Peterson / Erroll Garner / Art Tatum Oscar Peterson / Erroll Garner / Art Tatum - Great Jazz Pianists Of Our Time ‎(LP, Comp)RCA VictorLPM 10303Spain1965


  • Liner NotesJohn Lissner
  • Piano [Pianist]Art Tatum (tracks: A3, B2, B5), Erroll Garner (tracks: A1, A4, B1, B4), Oscar Peterson (tracks: A2, A5, B3)


  • Other (Label Side A): SCRM-0032
  • Other (Label Side B): SCRM-0033


His performances were hailed for their technical proficiency and creativity, which set a. Jazz Greatest Pianists, Vol. 1 - Oscar Peterson. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The 1956 RCA album entitled GREAT JAZZ PIANISTS CAL 328 is on their CAMDEN subdivision's purple and blue label. Audio quality of these old 78 sides is very good. Jazz piano styles include stride, boogie and Dixieland. AmmonsJohnson's Boogie Woogie Man is misidentified on the album as Boogie Woogie Jump. Honky Tonk Train Blues was recorded so many times by its composer, you'd have to be a Meade Lux Lewis scholar to ID which one's included here. Erroll's Bounce is his solo cut. Garner makes clever style adjustments throu. CD Album. CD Single. CD Maxi. Vinyl records. 7 inchs. 7 inchs SP. oscar peterson erroll garner art tatum great jazz pianists. Camden - UK - cds 1050 - 1969. Price : . Format : LP. Cover condition : EX Excellent Media condition : EX Excellent. page 1, 1. oscar peterson erroll garner art tatum 4. Record grading. Cover grading. 17: Erroll Garner 1923-1977 With his predilection for performing in an ornate style that comprised lush chords, liquid runs and complex syncopations, this Pennsylvanian from Pittsburgh was a child piano prodigy who first recorded in the 40s but blossomed spectacularly in the 50s. He would arguably earn his place among the best jazz pianists solely for giving the jazz world the perennially popular standard Misty, which he composed in 1954 and recorded many times thereafter. 1: Art Tatum 1909-1956 At the pinnacle of our list of the 50 best jazz pianists of all time is the man regarded as a keyboard deity. Visually impaired from infancy, Ohio-born Tatum learned to play the piano by ear as a child and, blessed with perfect pitch, quickly excelled at the instrument. There are lots of great women jazz pianists but we shouldnt put women on the list merely to be politically correct. Oscar Emmanuel Peterson, CC CQ OOnt August 15, 1925 December 23, 2007 was a Canadian jazz pianist, virtuoso and composer. He was called the Maharaja of the keyboard by Duke Ellington, but simply O. by his friends. He released over 200 recordings, won eight Grammy Awards, and received numerous other awards and honours. He is considered one of the greatest jazz pianists, and played thousands of concerts worldwide in a career lasting more than 60 years. Listen free to Oscar Peterson Jazz Greatest Pianists, Vol. 1 Waltz for Debby Remastered, Tangerine Remastered and more. 25 tracks 125:06. Oscar Peterson 1925-2007 was a Canadian jazz pianist and composer. Born in Montreal, Canada, Peterson began learning trumpet and piano from his father at the age of five, but by the age of seven, after a bout of tuberculosis, he concentrated on the piano. Some of the artists who influenced Peterson during the early years were Teddy Wilson, Nat King Cole, James P. Johnson, and the legendary Art Tatum, to whom many have tried to compare Peterson in later years. In fact, one of his first exposures to the musical talents of Art Tatum came early in his teen years when his f read more. Outside of his friend Art Tatum, Peterson had the most prodigious piano technique in jazz. He made it sound so easy to play the complex note-perfect and lightning runs with which he turbo-charged the piano keyboard that a lot of people took him for granted. The less aware regarded him as facile and his formidable bustling runs as showing off. He was an imaginative record producer and had a stable of stars that had Peterson and Ella Fitzgerald at its root. Peterson was the pianist on more than 200 of the many hundreds of jazz albums that Granz supervised and recorded, and at the height of his career he was making half a dozen albums a year under his own name. Despite a genius that allowed him to express a thought through his fingers as soon as it arrived in his brain, Peterson could play, and loved to play, straightforward down-home jazz. Erroll Garner Jazz Project. Follow for exclusive content from. On this final album released during Garners life, he shows yet again his complete mastery of his instrument and his unmatched ability to interpret songs and make them his own. This newly restored album includes a previously unreleased Garner original, worthy of the two composers to which this album is dedicated. GERSHWIN & KERN - Erroll Garner. 7 July at 11:47 . Erroll on stage at the Harlem Casino with James Honey Boy Minor on percussion, Joe Westray on electric guitar, and George Ghost Howell on bass, ca