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Sub-Genre General, Smooth & Mainstream Jazz
Alphabet n, o, p

Oscar Peterson & Ray Brown, Milt Jackson
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  • Live
    Tracklisting:
    1. Ja-Da
    2. SKJ
    3. I Remember Clifford
    4. When Summer Comes
    5. Blues For JR
    6. Nature Boy
    7. Sometimes I'm Happy
    8. Bass Solo Medley: Full Moon And Empty Arms/The Very Thought Of You/The
    9. Caravan
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    “Oscar Peterson & Ray Brown, The Very Tall Band Live at...”

    Written on: 13/02/2005 by minnieme (29 reviews written)

    Oscar Peterson & Ray Brown, The Very Tall Band Live at the Blue Note: This album proves that Ray Brown is the best bass player within the entire jazz industry. However, Oscar Peterson's performance has obviously been affected by the stroke and great fans will be able to tell the difference in his performance, his left hand is understandably not as lively as in the past. A good album, but as good as previous work… Read Full Review

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