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Oscar Peterson —
Silent Partner -- Original Soundtrack ... LP, Vinyl record album
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Clef, 1952/1954. Very Good
A great early example of the genius of mixing guitar with the piano of Oscar Peterson – a move that might have been inspired by the success of Ahmad Jamal, but which works equally well for Peterson's sound on the keys! The tracks here feature either Herb Ellis or Irving Ashby on guitar ...
Pablo, 1976. Near Mint-
Features Joe Pass on guitar, Tommy Flanagan on piano, Al McKibbon on bass, and Mickey Roker on drums.
Pablo, 1976. Very Good+
A great quartet date – no-nonsense, and a perfect setting for Davis to hit some very classic modes! Eddie plays tenor with Tommy Flanagan on piano, Keter Betts on bass, and Bobby Durham on drums.
Pablo, 1974. Near Mint-
Oscar Peterson and Harry Edison – two giants from the Verve Records scene of the 50s, reunited here in a wonderfully stripped-down setting! The album features only Oscar's piano and Edison's trumpet – both instruments given plenty of room to open up and improvise freely in each other's ...
Pablo, 1975. Near Mint-
A very unusual pairing of players – pianist Oscar Peterson and trumpeter John Faddis, both working here without any other accompaniment! Peterson's no stranger to the duet format, but it's rare to hear Faddis in such a setting – especially considering how many large and studio groups ...