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  • CD (15 juin 2004)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B0002ABSYU
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Forever Cool 18 février 2005
Par F. Hagan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Stan Getz is regarded around the world as one of the greatest tenor saxophone players of all time. His exceptionally smooth playing style earned him the nickname "The Sound," and his influence on the world of jazz and his place in the bossa nova invasion cement him as one of the most prolific saxophonists ever--and certainly make him worthy of the Jazz Moods collection "Stan Getz - Cool."

Lester Young was one of the biggest influences on the Stan Getz sound, and the opening track of this album bears witness to that in "Lester Left Town," recorded originally for a tribute album to Jimmy Rowles. This CD also contains "The Peacocks" from the same recording. These pieces hint at the power the big bands of Getz's youth had on his early career.

All of the Getz sway on the world of Brazilian jazz is represented here by his work with the equally great Joao Gilberto in "Double Rainbow" and "Ligia." For pure listening enjoyment, pay special attention to the lovely bossa nova "Aguas De Marco." All three tracks blend his glorious sax with the smoky vocals of Gilberto. Also very pleasing on this collection, is the inclusion of the Stan Getz sound blended with the superb Tony Bennett from the crooner's 1964 Jazz album. Enjoy both "Out of This World" and "Have You Met Miss Jones." Whether playing Latin jazz or more conventional standards, Getz provides an effortless showcase with his sax for the vocals of his fellow artist.

Great pieces of his instrumentation continue throughout, with lovely covers of "Misty," "Sometime Ago," and finishing with the George Gershwin composition "Who Cares." The closing piece seems to ask the listener the obvious rhetorical question, and the answer is plain: The world cares--Stan Getz is simply cool.
2.0 étoiles sur 5 " I know that in order to have good taste I'm supposed to like this stuff 22 mai 2016
Par Barry Rucker - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Tracks 1,10 and 11 are decent jazz featuring Getz on tenor saxophone. On track 3 the sax and trombone play different notes at the same time, creating a conflict. On track 2 the sax likewise conflicts with the vocal. Tracks 4,7 and 9 are vocals in Portuguese, a language I don't understand. On tracks 5 and 8 Tony Bennett wastes his considerable talent on inferior songs. On track 6 Getz and the trombonist succeed in spoiling "Misty." I know that in order to have good taste I'm supposed to like this stuff, but I don't.
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