Stan Getz - Jazz Samba

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Artists - Stan Getz and Charlie Byrd
Title - Jazz Samba
Year of Release - 1962
Record Label - Verve
Genre - Jazz

How do you critique the album that started an era? One of the most relaxing, rhythmically pleasing albums made. All instrumental, with the tenor sax of Stan Getz (the guy John Coltrane professed to admire!) and inspired guitar of Charlie Byrd. The entire album was recorded in one session in the performance hall of a Washington, D.C. church, and it puts legions of studio albums to shame. Anyone who loves music should have this and Getz/Gilberto in their collection.
 

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Artists - Stan Getz and Charlie Byrd
Title - Jazz Samba
Year of Release - 1962
Record Label - Verve
Genre - Jazz

How do you critique the album that started an era? One of the most relaxing, rhythmically pleasing albums made. All instrumental, with the tenor sax of Stan Getz (the guy John Coltrane professed to admire!) and inspired guitar of Charlie Byrd. The entire album was recorded in one session in the performance hall of a Washington, D.C. church, and it puts legions of studio albums to shame. Anyone who loves music should have this and Getz/Gilberto in their collection.
It's especially good on the DCC LP
 

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Just used my 30% coupon @ Borders on this CD, Wardsweb, great recomendation ! Thanks ! I may even search out the viynl as well.
 

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I have the vinyl of Stan Getz, Antonio Carlos Jobin and introducing Astrud Gilberto featured on the "The Girl From Impanema" :D :D

Jeff :cool:
 
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