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Stan Meets Chet

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  • Label: POL
  • ASIN : B00000478G
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9a8e7d50) étoiles sur 5 7 commentaires
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HASH(0x9a4941ec) étoiles sur 5 These Golden Boys Were Fighting Acquaintances ? 6 janvier 2006
Par JG - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This session was recorded in 1958 in Chicago and features Getz, the saxophonist highly influenced by Lester Young and Chet Baker,the trumpet player considered a Miles Davis devotee...both are quality known men and rumour has it they have been at odds with one another so perhaps what comes as a surprise is their pairing on this CD (only on 1/2 of the cuts).

The music is also found on a USA release so don't buy this pricey import...The USA Verve release has great sound and the tracks are standard fare..I'll Remember April,Autumn In New York/Embraceable You/What's New(medley),Jordu and Cherokee(Half Breed Apache)...you won't be disappointed and it has it's fine moments with Getz's longer notes and Baker's sparser delivery...It runs over 50 minutes and is a worthy collection fusing West and East in Chicago minus the Blues but nonetheless nice music and a worthy CD to have.

If the tracks were played more together with 2 men it would have been a sure 5 star..they are accompanied by piano,drums and bass...
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HASH(0x9a491f90) étoiles sur 5 Successful Meeting 31 mars 2001
Par Michael Brad Richman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
For those who think Stan Getz is only synonymous with the Bossa Nova craze of the early 60s, "Stan Meets Chet" is excellent look at this great jazz player prior to the success of "Jazz Samba" and "Getz & Gilberto." On this album, the tenor saxophonist is paired with jazz romeo trumpeter, and sometimes crooner (though not on this date), Chet Baker and the result is a solid, relaxed set. They are joined on this February 19, 1958 session by the all-Chicago rhythm section of Jodie Christian on piano, Victor Sproles on bass and Marshall Thompson on drums. The band's repertoire covers several standards including a terrific reading of "I'll Remember April," a ballad medley of "Autumn in New York" (with only Baker soloing), "Embraceable You" (featuring only the rhythm trio) and "What's New?" (a classic Getz performance), the Duke Jordan penned "Jordu" (omitting Baker), and the Getz original "Half-Breed Apache." My reason for only giving this disc four stars is that the laidback feel that makes this title so enjoyable also leads to its demise. Chet Baker repeatedly hits bad notes during the opening bars of most songs, most notably on "Autumn" and "Half-Breed," and the piano consistently sounds poor and almost out of tune, though Christian's playing itself is competent. In all, "Stan Meets Chet" is a welcome addition to my Getz collection, but I'll still be taking "Getz & Gilberto" to the desert island.
HASH(0x9a494bdc) étoiles sur 5 This Duet Masterpiece Is A Splendid Must! 22 septembre 2014
Par RH - Publié sur Amazon.com
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What would turn out to be another of his greatest duet masterworks, Stan
Getz delivered a stirring duet classic when he teamed up with jazz trumpeter
Chet Baker for the making of this first class duet performance from 1959 that
Produced a set of just and lasting results. Produced with style and in a class
of it’s own, Stan And Chet is a highly praised blockbuster jazz hit that’s done
with charm and high-swinging velocity, as Getz’ tenor saxophone and Chet’s
lyrical trumpet mastery is well showcased by a dazzling fun-filled experience
played with extended genius and a spectacular tone. Consisting of four long
thoroughly structured tracks, the artistic fireworks ring out loud and clear on
a show of force on this show-stopping track set consisting with their opening
fiery reindition of I’ll Remember April, where it is proceeded by their two-part
Medley version on Autumn In New York/ Embraceable You, Clifford Brown’s
Jordu and their original classic Half-Breed Apache. Running for 50 minutes,
what made Stan And Chet such a highly supercharged tour de force are the
spontaneous performance and sheer intensity given by the two masters and
electrifying landscape the album produced, which made this one a bonafide
Five Star duet masterpiece. Here is another great duet performance by the
Sound that will keep on soaring and maintain it’s timeless cutting edge.
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HASH(0x9a4947ec) étoiles sur 5 West Coast Jazz at its best 3 avril 2013
Par Al Cummins - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I found this album easy to listen to and it brought back fond memories of the West Coast jazz scene of the 50's.
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HASH(0x9a494228) étoiles sur 5 interesting 21 avril 2015
Par T. Ramos - Publié sur Amazon.com
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