Title: The Legendary Oscar Peterson Trio - Saturday Night At The Blue Note
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Pianist Oscar Peterson had a reunion with guitarist Herb Ellis and bassist Ray Brown at a well-publicized get-together at New York's Blue Note in March 1990. The trio (his regular group of the late '50s) was augmented by Peterson's late-'60s drummer Bobby Durham for spirited performances. Rather than using their complex arrangements of the past, the pianist and his alumni simply jammed through the performances and the results are quite rewarding
Live at the Blue Note is a 1990 live album by Oscar Peterson. Introductions – 1:56. Honeysuckle Rose" (Andy Razaf, Fats Waller) – 8:50. Let There Be Love" (Lionel Grant, Ian Rand) – 12:00. Peace for South Africa" (Oscar Peterson) – 10:46. Sushi" (Peterson) – 8:06. I Remember You"/"A Child Is Born"/"Tenderly" (Johnny Mercer, Victor Schertzinger)/(Thad Jones, Alec Wilder)/(Walter Gross, Jack Lawrence) – 7:17. Sweet Georgia Brown" (Ben Bernie, Maceo Pinkard, Kenneth Casey) – 8:21.
Saturday Night at the Blue Note is a 1990 live album by Oscar Peterson. Kelly's Blues" – 11:57. Medley: "Love Ballade"/"If You Only Knew" – 10:57. You Look Good to Me" (Seymour Lefco, Clement Wells) – 6:39. Old Folks" (Dedette Lee Hill, Willard Robison) – 6:43. Reunion Blues" (Milt Jackson) – 7:17. Song to Elitha" – 11:51. All tracks composed by Oscar Peterson, unless otherwise noted. Oscar Peterson – piano. Ray Brown – double bass. Bobby Durham - drums.
This four-disc box set features the historic reunion of the Oscar Peterson Trio (Peterson, bassist Ray Brown, and guitarist Herb Ellis), who were playing together for all practical purposes for the first time in over 30 years at the Blue Note in March 16-18, 1990. Drummer Bobby Durham - who had played with Peterson's band from 1967-1970 - augments the lineup, making this nothing less than a stellar quartet
Brown, Ellis, and Durham are flying, too. The original trio were not young men even in 1990, but even then they didn't need support from the drummer Shipton reports Peterson as saying was the most aggressive his trio ever had. They just wanted more sparks. Of 36 or so tunes, 15 are by Peterson, including the closing 10-and-a-half minute "Cool Walk", which sounds almost just its mother (she was an old standard called "Ja-Da"). Several tracks reach or go beyond the ten-minute mark, some being referred to as medleys while far more like suites proper. This is Peterson music at the same best as without young Durham in the 1950s; it's all here bar the more outrageous jokes of the time (the band told different ones by 1990). Old Folks" and "Reunion Blues" are on the programme just because they're such splendid vehicles.
Oscar Peterson reunited with guitarist Herb Ellis and bassist Ray Brown for this well-recorded engagement, which has resulted in four CDs being released by Telarc. The inclusion of drummer Bobby Durham did make the music a bit safer, and rather than revisit their classic complex arrangements, the ensemble jammed on the songs, so one does not hear the startling octaves that were present in the Oscar Peterson Trio's work of the late '50s.
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