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Oscar Peterson: Date with Oscar

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Oscar Peterson

Label: Membran Records
Released: 2008
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Track Listing

CD1: Oscar's Blues; For You; Pennies From Heaven; Whispering; Body & Soul; Flying Home; Hungarian Dance; Gypsy in My Soul; (I Don't Stand a) Ghost of a Chance with You; I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles; I've Got Rhythm; Tea for Two; The Man I Love; Rose Room; Yesterdays; Seven Come Eleven; Just You; To A Wild Rose; Air Mail Special; Night & Day; Get Happy. CD2: Laura; Easter Parade; Long Ago & Far Away; Without a Song; I Want to Be Happy; The Lady is a Tramp; Blue Moon; Lover; I Only Have Eyes for You; You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby; I Can't Give You Anything but Love; Jam Session for a Dancer. CD3: These Foolish Things (Remind Me of You); Cotton Tail; Sophisticated Lady; Just A-sittin' and A-rockin'; I Got It Bad (and That Ain't Good); Do Nothin' Till You Hear from Me; Don't Get Around Much Anymore; In a Mellow Tone; Things Ain't What They Used to Be; Prelude to a Kiss; John Hardy's Wife; Rockin' in Rhythm; Take the "A" Train. CD4: Isn't This a Lovely Day; Puttin' on the Ritz; I Used to Be Color Blind; The Continental; Let's Call the Whole Thing Off; Change Partners; 'S Wonderful; Lovely to Look At; They All Laughed; Cheek to Cheek; Steppin' Out with My Baby; The Way You Look Tonight; I've Got My Eyes on You; Dancing in the Dark; The Carioca; Nice Work if You Can Get It; New Sun in the Sky; I Won't Dance; Fast Dances (Ad Lib Instrumental); Top Hat White Tie & Tails; No Strings; I Concentrate on You; I'm Putting All My Eggs in One Basket. CD5: Cheek to Cheek; It Ain't Necessarily So; Just A-Sittin' and A-Rockin'; What is This Thing Called Love?; Prelude to a Kiss; Fascinating Rhythm; Angel Eyes; Just You, Just Me; The Song is You; The Second Astaire Blues. CD6: Je Ne Sais Pas; Lover Come Back to Me; Ad Lib Blues; Laura; What a Little Moonlight Can Do; Don't Get Around Much Any More; That Old Black Magic; Tea for Two; Pennies from Heaven; Indiana. CD7: Always; Star Duet; Soft Winds; Tenderly; Sweethearts on Parade; Hallelujah!; Date with Oscar; Jam Blues. CD8: That Old Black Magic; Come Rain or Come Shine; Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea; I've Got the World on a String; As Long as I Live; Over the Rainbow; Ac-cent-tchu-ate the Positive; Let's Fall in Love; Stormy Weather (Keeps Raining All the Time); Blues in the Night; It's Only a Paper Moon; I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues. CD9: Jumpin' at the Woodside; Blues for Basie; Blue & Sentimental; Lester Leaps In; Jive at Five; Easy Does It; Topsy; 9:20 Special; One O'Clock Jump; Broadway. CD10: 52nd Street; Love You Madly; Nuages; How High the Moon; Gypsy in My Soul; Noreen's Nocturne; Swinging on a Star; Flamingo; How About You?; Falling in Love with Love.

Personnel

Additional Personnel / Information

Oscar Peterson: piano; Austin Roberts: bass; Ray Brown: bass; Barney Kessel: guitar; Herb Ellis: guitar; Fred Astaire (tap dance & vocals); Charlie Shavers: trumpet; Flip Phillips: tenor sax; Alvin Stoller: drums; Irving Ashby: guitar; J. C. Heard: drums; Bill Harris: trombone; Buddy Rich: drums; Lionel Hampton: vibraphone, vocals; Buddy de Franco: clarinet; Billie Holiday: vocals; Joe Newman: trumpet; Paul Quinchette: tenor sax; Freddie Green: guitar; Lester Young: tenor sax; Benny Carter: alto & tenor saxes; Ed Shaughnessy: drums; Harry 'Sweets' Edison: trumpet; Roy Eldridge: trumpet; Dizzy Gillespie: trumpet; Ben Webster: tenor sax.


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