Stan Getz The Complete Columbia Albums Collection [Box Set] [Limited Edition] (8-CD Box Set)

The Complete Columbia Albums Collection [Box Set]
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Format: CD  (8 Discs)
Item:  SNY 788058
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CD Details

  • Number of Discs: 8
  • Released:
  • Originally Released: 2012
  • Label: Sony

Tracks on Disc 1:

  • 1.La Fiesta
  • 2.Five Hundred Miles High
  • 3.Captain Marvel
  • 4.Times Lie
  • 5.Lush Life
  • 6.Day Waves
  • 7.Crystal Silence [Previously Unissued] - (previously unreleased)
  • 8.Captain Marvel [Alternate Version] - (alternate take)
  • 9.Five Hundred Miles High [Alternate Version] - (alternate take)

Tracks on Disc 2:

  • 1.Double Rainbow
  • 2.Aguas De Marco
  • 3.Ligia
  • 4.Falsa Baiana
  • 5.Retrato Em Branco E Preto
  • 6.Izaura
  • 7.Eu Vim Da Bahia
  • 8.Joao Marcello
  • 9.E Preciso Perdoar
  • 10.Just One of Those Things
  • 11.Eu Vim Da Bahia [Alternate Take] - (alternate take)
  • 12.E Preciso Perdoar [Alternate Take] - (alternate take)
  • 13.Just One of Those Things [Alternate Take] - (alternate take)

Tracks on Disc 3:

  • 1.Summer Night
  • 2.Raven's Wood
  • 3.Lover Man
  • 4.Invitation

Tracks on Disc 4:

  • 1.I'll Never Be the Same
  • 2.Lester Left Town
  • 3.Body and Soul
  • 4.What Am I Here For?
  • 5.Serenade To Sweden
  • 6.The Chess Players
  • 7.The Peacocks
  • 8.My Buddy
  • 9.The Hour of Parting
  • 10.Rose Marie
  • 11.This is All I Ask
  • 12.Skylark
  • 13.Mosaic / Would You Like To Take a Walk

Tracks on Disc 5:

  • 1.Pretty City
  • 2.Keep Dreaming
  • 3.Sabra
  • 4.Anna
  • 5.Another World
  • 6.Sum Sum
  • 7.Willow Weep For Me
  • 8.Blue Serge
  • 9.Brave Little Pernille
  • 10.Club 7 and Other Wild Places

Tracks on Disc 6:

  • 1.Don't Cry For Me Argentina
  • 2.Children of the World
  • 3.Livin' It Up
  • 4.Street Tattoo
  • 5.Hopscotch
  • 6.On Rainy Afternoons
  • 7.You, Me and the Spring
  • 8.Summer Poem
  • 9.The Dreamer
  • 10.Around the Day In Eighty Worlds

Tracks on Disc 7:

  • 1.We Are Free
  • 2.Tails Part 1 & 2
  • 3.Shades of Blue
  • 4.Heron's Flight
  • 5.Forest Eyes
  • 6.Drowsy
  • 7.Silva
  • 8.Little Lady
  • 9.Eye of the Storm

Tracks on Disc 8:

  • 1.Four Brothers
  • 2.Early Autumn
  • 3.Cousins
  • 4.Blue Serge
  • 5.Blue Getz Blues
  • 6.Finale: Caldonia (What Makes Your Big Head So Hard?)
  • 7.Infant Eyes [Montreux Summit]
  • 8.Tin Tin Deo [Album Version]
  • 9.Polka Dots & Moonbeams [Album Version]

Product Description:

Liner Note Authors: Richard Seidel; Stan Getz .
Recording information: A&R Studios, New York, NY (03/03/1972); Carnegie Hall, New York, NY (03/03/1972); Columbia Recording Studios, New York, NY (03/03/1972); Dureco Studios, Weeesp, Holland (03/03/1972); Fendal Sound Recording Studios, Loenen a/d Vecht, Holla (03/03/1972); L.A. (03/03/1972); Montreux Jazz Festival, Montreux, Switzerland (03/03/1972); Mountain Recording Studios, Montreux, Switzerland (03/03/1972); New York, NY (03/03/1972); The Karl Marx Theatre, Havana, Cuba (03/03/1972); A&R Studios, New York, NY (03/03/1979); Carnegie Hall, New York, NY (03/03/1979); Columbia Recording Studios, New York, NY (03/03/1979); Dureco Studios, Weeesp, Holland (03/03/1979); Fendal Sound Recording Studios, Loenen a/d Vecht, Holla (03/03/1979); L.A. (03/03/1979); Montreux Jazz Festival, Montreux, Switzerland (03/03/1979); Mountain Recording Studios, Montreux, Switzerland (03/03/1979); New York, NY (03/03/1979); The Karl Marx Theatre, Havana, Cuba (03/03/1979); A&R Studios, New York, NY (03/1979); Carnegie Hall, New York, NY (03/1979); Columbia Recording Studios, New York, NY (03/1979); Dureco Studios, Weeesp, Holland (03/1979); Fendal Sound Recording Studios, Loenen a/d Vecht, Holla (03/1979); L.A. (03/1979); Montreux Jazz Festival, Montreux, Switzerland (03/1979); Mountain Recording Studios, Montreux, Switzerland (03/1979); New York, NY (03/1979); The Karl Marx Theatre, Havana, Cuba (03/1979); A&R Studios, New York, NY (07/24/1977); Carnegie Hall, New York, NY (07/24/1977); Columbia Recording Studios, New York, NY (07/24/1977); Dureco Studios, Weeesp, Holland (07/24/1977); Fendal Sound Recording Studios, Loenen a/d Vecht, Holla (07/24/1977); L.A. (07/24/1977); Montreux Jazz Festival, Montreux, Switzerland (07/24/1977); Mountain Recording Studios, Montreux, Switzerland (07/24/1977); New York, NY (07/24/1977); The Karl Marx Theatre, Havana, Cuba (07/24/1977); A&R Studios, New York, NY (09/13/1977); Carnegie Hall, New York, NY (09/13/1977); Columbia Recording Studios, New York, NY (09/13/1977); Dureco Studios, Weeesp, Holland (09/13/1977); Fendal Sound Recording Studios, Loenen a/d Vecht, Holla (09/13/1977); L.A. (09/13/1977); Montreux Jazz Festival, Montreux, Switzerland (09/13/1977); Mountain Recording Studios, Montreux, Switzerland (09/13/1977); New York, NY (09/13/1977); The Karl Marx Theatre, Havana, Cuba (09/13/1977); A&R Studios, New York, NY (10/01/1975); Carnegie Hall, New York, NY (10/01/1975); Columbia Recording Studios, New York, NY (10/01/1975); Dureco Studios, Weeesp, Holland (10/01/1975); Fendal Sound Recording Studios, Loenen a/d Vecht, Holla (10/01/1975); L.A. (10/01/1975); Montreux Jazz Festival, Montreux, Switzerland (10/01/1975); Mountain Recording Studios, Montreux, Switzerland (10/01/1975); New York, NY (10/01/1975); The Karl Marx Theatre, Havana, Cuba (10/01/1975); A&R Studios, New York, NY (10/1975); Carnegie Hall, New York, NY (10/1975); Columbia Recording Studios, New York, NY (10/1975); Dureco Studios, Weeesp, Holland (10/1975); Fendal Sound Recording Studios, Loenen a/d Vecht, Holla (10/1975); L.A. (10/1975); Montreux Jazz Festival, Montreux, Switzerland (10/1975); Mountain Recording Studios, Montreux, Switzerland (10/1975); New York, NY (10/1975); The Karl Marx Theatre, Havana, Cuba (10/1975); A&R Studios, New York, NY (11/1979); Carnegie Hall, New York, NY (11/1979); Columbia Recording Studios, New York, NY (11/1979); Dureco Studios, Weeesp, Holland (11/1979); Fendal Sound Recording Studios, Loenen a/d Vecht, Holla (11/1979); L.A. (11/1979); Montreux Jazz Festival, Montreux, Switzerland (11/1979); Mountain Recording Studios, Montreux, Switzerland (11/1979); New York, NY (11/1979); The Karl Marx Theatre, Havana, Cuba (11/1979); A&R Studios, New York, NY (11/20/1976); Carnegie Hall, New York, NY (11/20/1976); Columbia Recording Studios, New York, NY (11/20/1976); Dureco Studios, Weeesp, Holland (11/20/1976); Fendal Sound Recording Studios, Loenen a/d Vecht, Holla (11/20/1976); L.A. (11/20/1976); Montreux Jazz Festival, Montreux, Switzerland (11/20/1976); Mountain Recording Studios, Montreux, Switzerland (11/20/1976); New York, NY (11/20/1976); The Karl Marx Theatre, Havana, Cuba (11/20/1976); A&R Studios, New York, NY (12/20/1978-12/21/1978); Carnegie Hall, New York, NY (12/20/1978-12/21/1978); Columbia Recording Studios, New York, NY (12/20/1978-12/21/1978); Dureco Studios, Weeesp, Holland (12/20/1978-12/21/1978); Fendal Sound Recording Studios, Loenen a/d Vecht, Holla (12/20/1978-12/21/1978); L.A. (12/20/1978-12/21/1978); Montreux Jazz Festival, Montreux, Switzerland (12/20/1978-12/21/1978); Mountain Recording Studios, Montreux, Switzerland (12/20/1978-12/21/1978); New York, NY (12/20/1978-12/21/1978).
Illustrator: Seymour Chwast.
With his beautiful, Lester Young-inspired tone, his grace with a melody, and his willingness to gently push boundaries, tenor saxophonist Stan Getz was known as "The Sound" for good reason. Coming to fame with the Woody Herman band in the '40s, he held his own through both the swing and bebop eras, then found renewed commercial success in the early '60s when a Joao Gilberto collaboration, "The Girl from Ipanema," was a big hit and ushered in a bossa nova boom. Getz loved playing with bold young players like Chick Corea and Stanley Clarke, and he didn't shy away from new technology, championing the Echoplex for a time. This wonderful set includes the albums he recorded for Columbia Records between 1972 and 1979 (most of which he produced himself), as well as the soundtrack LP to a Dutch film called Forest Eyes from 1979, and a bonus disc of Getz at Carnegie Hall for the 40th anniversary of the Woody Herman band that also includes live sets from the 1977 Montreux Jazz and the 1979 Havana Jam festivals. It's beautifully packaged, and Getz is Getz throughout. ~ Steve Leggett

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