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Wednesday, November 11, 2020

Another Time, Another Place - Stan Getz


Blue For Junior

Another Time, Another Place
Stan Getz
Everybody's all-star tenor saxist in exquisite and long unavailable solo's playing with a variety of groups including Lionel Hampton, Roy Eldridge, Shelly Manne, Ray Brown, Herb Ellis, Lou Levy
Recordings originally produced under the personal supervision of Norman Granz.
A&R Research & Coordination: Jack Maher
Remastering Engineer: Frank Greenwald
Director of Engineering: Val Valentin
Cover Art: Jon Henry
VSP Verve VSPS-22

From Billboard - October 15, 1966: This is a compilation of cuts from Getz's Verve albums of the 1950s. Getz is backed with such top personnel as Jimmy Towles on piano, Bobby Whitlock on bass and Max Roach on drums. The sound is almost pop by today's standards, but the musicianship is solid enough to attract a wide audience.

With The Wind And The Rain In Your Hair
Personnel: Stan Getz, Tenor sax; Jimmy Rowles, piano; Bobby Whitlock, bass; Max Roach, drums.
Originally recorded as a 78 RPM disc in September of 1954 (from discontinued album V-8125)

Blues For Junior
Personnel: Herb Ellis, guitar & leader; Roy Eldridge, trumpet; Stan Getz, tenor sax; Ray Brown, bass; Stan Levy, drums.
Recorded October 11, 1957 (from discontinued album V-8252)

Personnel: Stan Getz, tenor sax; Lionel Hampton, vibes; Lou Levy, piano; Leroy Vinnegar, bass; Shelley Manne, drums. (from discontinued album V-8128)

Ballad Medley
Tenderly - Stan Getz
Autumn In New York - Stan Getz
East Of The Sun (West Of The Moon) - Lionel Hampton
I Can't Get Started - Lionel Hampton
Personnel and recording information same as the third tune on side one.
The Way You Look Tonight - Personnel: Stan Getz, Coleman Hawkins, Paul Gonsalves, tenor saxes; Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet; Wynton Kelly, piano; Wendell Marshall, bass; J. C. Heard, drums.
Originally recorded on June 26, 1957 in New York City (from discontinued album V-8225)

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