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Oscar Peterson: The Complete Clef/Mercury Studio Recordings of The Oscar Peterson Trio (1951-1953)

Oscar Peterson: The Complete Clef/Mercury Studio Recordings of The Oscar Peterson Trio (1951-1953)

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Oscar Peterson

Label: Mosaic Records
Released: 2008
Views: 427

Track Listing

Disc I: Turtle Neck; It's Easy To Remember; Pooper; Love For Sale; Until The Real Thing Comes Along; You Go To My Head; They Can't Take That Away From Me; There's A Small Hotel; You Turned The Tables On Me; These Foolish Things; I Can't Get Started; Blue Moon; East Of The Sun; The Astaire Blues.

Disc II: Tea For Two; Slow Down; Oh, Lady Be Good; Body And Soul; Stompin' at The Savoy; Rough Ridin'; Just One Of Those Things; Too Marvelous For Words; But Not For Me.

Disc III: That Makes A Difference To Me; Autumn In New York; Pettiford's Tune; You Go To My Head; Thou Swell; Willow Weep For Me; Willow Weep For Me (previously unissued); Minor Blues; Pick Yourself Up; Long Ago And Far Away; Love Walked In; I Got Rhythm; A Fine Romance; A Foggy Day; Strike Up The Band!; The Man I Love; Let's Do It; It Ain't Necessarily So; I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm; I've Got A Crush On You; Night And Day; Isn't This A Lovely Day; What Is This Thing Called Love?.

Disc IV: Oh, Lady Be Good; 'S Wonderful; Anything Goes; I've Got You Under My Skin; Fascinatin' Rhythm; Cheek To Cheek; I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good); In A Mellow Tone; I Love You; Somebody Loves Me; I Was Doin' All Right; In The Still Of The Night; Every Time We Say Goodbye; Just A-Sittin' And A-Rockin'; Begin The Beguine; So Near And Yet So Far; Blue Skies; Take The 'A' Train; Sophisticated Lady; Cotton Tail; Prelude To A Kiss; Things Ain't What They Used To Be; Rockin' In Rhythm.

Disc V: Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me; Don't Get Around Much Anymore; John Hardy's Wife; Always; Easter Parade; Alexander's Ragtime Band; The Song Is Ended; Say It Isn't So; Remember; If I Had You; How Deep Is The Ocean; Streets Boogie; Booker T. Blues; I'm Glad There Is You; Polka Dots And Moonbeams; One For My Baby; I Hear Music; Autumn In New York; I Can't Give You Anything But Love; Spring Is Here; The Things We Did Last Summer.

Disc VI: Pompton Turnpike; Pompton Turnpike (short version excluding Kessel solo); Cherokee; Soft Winds; Soft Winds (long version); Carioca; The Continental; The Continental (long version); Tea For Two (short version, without drums); I Know That You Know; Hallelujah; Yesterdays; You Are Too Beautiful; Isn't It Romantic?; The Sheik Of Araby (vocal, previously unissued); There'll Be Some Changes Made.

Disc VII: Without A Song; Sometimes I'm Happy; Time On My Hands; More Than You Know; This Can't Be Love; Blue Moon; The Lady Is A Tramp; It Might As Well Be Spring; Bewitched; The Way You Look Tonight; Ole Man River; Can't Help Lovin' That Man; The Song Is You; Lovely To Look At; Johnny One Note; Smoke Gets In Your Eyes; Bill; Look For The Silver Lining; The Surrey With The Fringe On Top; Lover.

Personnel

Oscar Peterson: piano, vocal; Barney Kessel: guitar; Ray Brown: bass. Alvin Stoller, drums, is added to this trio on "The Astaire Blues," "Tea for Two," "Slow Down," Oh, Lady Be Good," "Body and Soul," "Stompin' at the Savoy," "Rough Ridin,'" "Just One of Those Things," "Too Marvelous for Words," "But Not for Me." Irving Ashby, guitar, replaces Barney Kessel on "You Go to My Head," "They Can't Take That Away from Me," "There's a Small Hotel," "You Turned the Tables on Me," "These Foolish Things," "I Can't Get Started," "Blue Moon," "East of the Sun."

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