Oscar Peterson / Trio

Oscar Peterson / Trio
Release date: 08-11-2015 (originally released in 1969)
2015 EU reissue on 180g LP-
Oscar Peterson (1925-2007)was a Canadian jazz pianist and composer. Peterson won seven Grammy Awards and was put into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame in 1978.[1] His career lasted for more than 65 years.Possessing dazzling technique, the prodigiously recorded jazz pianist always delivered the musical goods in a powerfully swinging style. 

Oscar Peterson Trio:
Peterson redefined the jazz trio by bringing the musicianship of all three members to the highest level. The trio with Ray Brown and Herb Ellis was, in his own words, "the most stimulating" and productive setting for public performances as well as in studio recordings.

Albums:
1952: The Oscar Peterson Quartet, No. 1 (Verve)
1952: Oscar Peterson Plays Duke Ellington [Verve]
1952: Oscar Peterson Plays George Gershwin (Verve)
1952: Oscar Peterson Plays Irving Berlin (Mercury)
1952: Oscar Peterson Plays Richard Rodgers (Clef)
1955: Oscar Peterson Plays the Count Basie Songbook (Clef)
1958: The Oscar Peterson Trio at the Concertgebouw [live] (Verve)
1959: Oscar Peterson Plays the Cole Porter Songbook (Verve)
1959: Ben Webster Meets Oscar Peterson (Verve)
1959: The Jazz Soul Of Oscar Peterson (Verve Records)
1959: Oscar Peterson Plays The Harry Warren And Vincent Youmans Songbook (Verve Records)
1959: Oscar Petreson Plays The Jerome Kern Songbook (Verve Records)
1960: Plays Irving Berlin (Clef Records)
1960: Firello (Verve Records)
1961: The Trio (Verve)
1962: Very Tall (Verve)
1962: West Side Story (Verve)
1962: Night Train (Verve)
1962: Something Warm (Verve)
1964: Oscar Peterson Trio Plus One (Verve)

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Oscar Peterson / Trio Jazz Soul of Oscar Peterson

OSCAR PETERSON / TRIO - Jazz Soul of Oscar Peterson

1x LP 180 gr.33rpm
-- Sold Out -- But expected in again!

2017 EU reissue on 180g LP= consisting of pianist Peterson, bassist Ray Brown and drummer Ed Thigpen. Highlights include "Liza," "Con Alma," "Waltz for Debby," Brown's "The Gravy Waltz" and "Yours Is My Heart Alone." An above-average release (and rather g