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Getz Au Gogo

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  • CD (18 juillet 1984)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Verve
  • ASIN : B0000046TR
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Disque : 1

  1. Corcovado (quiet nights of quiet stars)
  2. It might as well be spring
  3. Eu e voco
  4. Summertime
  5. Only trust your heart
  6. The singing song
  7. The téléphone song
  8. One note samba
  9. Here's that rainy day
  10. 6-nix-pix-flix

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Le saxophoniste Stan Getz en concert au café Go Go de New-York (1964), en quartet sans pianiste, mais dans une formule originale puisque les accords sont joués par le vibraphone de Gary Burton. Ils sont rejoints sur plus de la moitié des titres par la chanteuse brésilienne Astrud Gilberto avec, sur certains morceaux le renfort de Kenny Burrell à la guitare qui se cantonne à un rôle d'accompagnateur.
Le répertoire est constitué de standards ("Summertime", "Here is that rainy day"...) et de bossas novas sur lesquels l'association du ténor et du vibraphone font des merveilles.
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Stan Getz en quartet sans pianiste, mais avec le vibraphone de Gary Burton, qui apporte une couleur originale et intéressante, rejoints sur plus de la moitié des titres par la chanteuse brésilienne Astrud Gilberto et sur certains morceaux par les accords de la guitare de Kenny Burrell, interprète un répertoire de standards et de bossa novas, lors d'un concert au café Go Go de New-York, en 1964.
L'un des beaux disques de la période "brésilienne" du saxophoniste.
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Un vieux souvenir de chanson qui me trottait dans la tête et que j'ai retrouvé avec plaisir. Je ne suis pas déçue !
:-) :-)
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HASH(0x8fb4278c) étoiles sur 5 Contemplative classic 3 décembre 2001
Par grayhackle - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Although Astrud Gilberto has drawn most of the attention given this album over the years, what makes it a classic is the interaction of the then young Gary Burton with Getz and bassist Gene Cherico. They do the best version EVER of "Here's that Rainey Day" and one of the best of "Summer Time." The bossa novas and Gilberto are charming and wonderful, but it is their lyric, swinging treatment of the standards that make this one of the best jazz albums of all time, perhaps to be ranked with Miles Davis' "Blue" and Bill Evans "Conversations with Myself."
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HASH(0x8fb427e0) étoiles sur 5 Actually, it's not a live recording.... 24 juin 2003
Par L Buckley - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
A point I haven't seen mention online is that this is a studio recording with overdubbed applause. Producer Phil Schapp
explained this in a commentary published in 1989 in the Bossa Nova Years collection, below:
"I did not find much original tape for Getz Au Go Go, but I did unravel a mystery. Clearly something was up when Verve
decided to follow up the triumph of 'The Girl from Ipanema' with a second recording of Stan Getz and Astrud Gilberto.
Verve recorded her with Stan at the Cafe Au Go Go. They recorded her with Stan at the legendary Carnegie Hall Bossa
Nova Concert. *And* they recorded the two using the very same songs in the studio! The "post-production" decision
was to use the studio material with phony applause, claiming it came from the live Au Go Go date...NOT SO. This set all
but eliminates this gaffe.
Stan Getz appeareed with his new group at the Cafe Au Go Go in Greenwich Village during May 1964. The gig ran from
May1-31, 1964. The recording was done on May 22, '64 *not* June '64 which has long been listed. AStrud Gilberto
appeared with this unit for at least two weeks....On October 6, 1964--and perhaps on other dates as well--Astrud Gildberto
recorded with Stan Getz in the Studio, remaking the songs she had sung with Getz at the Au Go Go and would sing three
days later with Getz at Carnegie Hall. The studio material and the Carnegie Hall recording are what have survived"
--Phil Schaap, 'Technical and Discographical Comments,' published in booklet of complilation The Girl from Ipanema:
The Bossa Nova Years.
To further confuse the issue, elsewhere in the booklet of the same collection is this note about Getz Au Go Go:
"Live material recorded May 22, 1964 in New York. Astrud Gilberto's vocals recorded at later dates at Rudy Van Gelder's
(see Phil Schapp's commentary)." [I suppose the "live material" in question is handclapping, and Getz and the band
were recorded alongside Astrud at the later dates at Rudy Van Gelder's--NH]
And here are the original (and obviously misleading) liner notes, taken from the Verve Website:
It was one of those rare nights of absolute communication - the New York City opening of the New Stan Getz Quartet.
Stan had chosen the Cafe Au Go Go for this occasion because of its fine acoustics and its intimacy. Atmosphere was
paramount to the first New York presentation of the New Stan Getz Quartet and Astrud Gilberto because of the soft, easy
quality of their music. Astrud had already won acclaim for her work with Getz in the album Getz/Gilberto (V/V 6-8548),
which also stars Astrud's husband Joao Gilberto as well, and this threesome's single from the album The Girl From
Ipanema was rapidly rising on the best-selling charts.
This, is the stunning New Stan Getz Quartet with Astrud Gilberto at Cafe Au Go Go. Reflected here are the excitement,
warmth and communication of that memorable engagement.
-Gene Lees, from the liner notes of Getz Au Go Go
An online Getz discography ... also muddles history by claiming that the Oct.
6 session, which Schapp reports to be a studio session at Rudy Van Gelder's, was a recorded at a return visit to the Au Go
Go:
Stan Getz Quintet
Stan Getz (ts) Gary Burton (vib) Kenny Burrell (g) Gene Cherico (b) Helico Milton (d) Astrud Gilberto (vo)
``Cafe au Go Go'', Greenwich Village, NYC, October 6, 1964
It Might as Well Be Spring Verve V6 8600
The Telephone Song -
* Getz au Go Go (Verve V6 8600)
BTW, the Nobody Else but Me album (same band, minus Astrud) was recorded March 4, two months before the Au Go
Go engagement began (if the record is correct).
NH
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HASH(0x8fb42c18) étoiles sur 5 I was there -- at the Cafe Au Go Go 4 mars 2013
Par C. V. Garnett - Publié sur Amazon.com
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There is debate on line at to whether this album was recorded in a nightclub setting or in a studio. I can tell you this: I was there during the recording. It was at the Cafe Au Go Go on Bleecker Street. B U T, it was not at night. It was a simulated night scene. It was recorded in the afternoon. The recording stipulations were these: The first 200 people would be admitted; no drinks would be served, except for the pitchers of free Cokes and plastic glasses; no whistling after the songs because it played hob with the recording equipment, though applause was all right and whistling at the end. It was a fun session with everyone in good form. Getz and Astrud enjoyed a great rapport. On "It Might As Well Be Spring," there's a tenor riff which she is to repeat vocally. Three times she didn't come in right and they did a retake. On the fourth time, Getz forgot to come back in. He admitted it and everybody enjoyed a loose laugh. Young vibist Gary Burton was in fine form. Stan's father was there enjoying the session. Finally, I know they used this tape because at the end of the album I recognize my own inimitable whistle. Let the debate continue, but I tell you I was there and it was at the Cafe Au Go Go.
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HASH(0x8fb42fcc) étoiles sur 5 solid effort by a good, if forgotten, getz band 8 août 2002
Par Ben Wilson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The real shame of this particular edition of the Getz quartet is that it was so underrecorded. A reviewer below blames Norv (sic) Granz, Verve's owner. Sorry, buddy, but Norman Granz hadn't owned Verve since 1961, so he never saw any of the profit from the Getz "bossa nova" albums -- can't blame him. True, Getz did eventually tire of the bossa hoopla -- but then again, so did Paul Desmond, who was one of it's biggest exponents. Just like everything else that becomes popular, consumerism kills it, then proceeds to beat it in the ground. At any rate, this is a quality band. Gary Burton on vibes gives the band a different texture, and Astrud's voice fits in perfectly with the cool (gasp!) sound of this group. This quartet was also documented on the "Nobody Else But Me" album and the "Getz/Gilberto #2" cd, recorded live at Carnegie Hall. Both are worth picking up. Incidentally, there is a rare lp on the CanAm label of a recording of this quartet in concert in Canada. If you're a completist, look for that, too.
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HASH(0x8f9590cc) étoiles sur 5 60's Summer In The City 8 août 2005
Par Marc Flanagan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is a storied recording, reported to have been a studio album with audience sounds overdubbed...it doesn't sound that way,feels like a live recording. That being said, I don't care if it was taped in a phone booth, it's a great album. Getz sounds great and Gary Burton is on hand with his vibes and Astrud Gilberto is her mesmeric self. I love, "The Telephone Song" catchy and the band seems to be having fun and when Astrud laugh at the end it charms me so. I moved to New York in the late 60's and whenever I walked by The Cafe Au Go Go, I though of this album and it would start me humming "Summertime".
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