The two jazz musicians agreed, and Oscar Peterson gave up singing, while Nat King Cole recorded piano-less vocals backed by huge orchestras. Earlier, in 1945, a 16-year-old John Williams, later to be Stan Getz's pianist, was on tour in Canada with the Mal Hallett band and was playing in Montreal. All the talk in the crowd was of a brilliant local pianist," said Williams, "and as we played, suddenly, between numbers, the packed audience in the dance hall parted like the Red Sea and this huge guy came up towards the bandstand. Peterson could overwhelm any style of jazz piano and he could swing harder than any other player. In fact, the best way to define the elusive quality of "swing" might be to use a Peterson performance as an illustration. He had a deep knowledge of jazz history and could play two-fisted stride, or complex and intricate bebop.
Oscar Peterson, Milt Jackson : Two Of The Few Bop 1983. History Of An Artist Vol. 2 Bop 1983. A Tribute To My Friends Bop 1984. Here is a nice Oscar Peterson Trio Album, Augmented by the "All Star Big Band", Oscars technical abilities are astounding, it would be hard to find a better Pianist in jazz history for pure technical ability, maybe not as creative or as original a Monk or Bud Powell, Peterson's bread and butter influence has got to be Art Tatum, who many an.
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48: Bud Powell: The Amazing Bud Powell Vo. (Blue Note). Harlem-born pianist Powell didn’t live beyond his 41st birthday, but he made a profound impact that can still be felt in contemporary jazz. Considered a member of the Holy Trinity of female jazz singers – along with Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday – Sassy Sarah Vaughan entered the studio with rising trumpet god Clifford Brown to record this album, which many jazz critics believe to be her best.
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Oscar Emmanuel Peterson, CC CQ OOnt (August 15, 1925 – December 23, 2007) was a Canadian jazz pianist and composer. He was called the "Maharaja of the keyboard" by Duke Ellington, but simply ". He released over 200 recordings, won eight Grammy Awards, and received numerous other awards and honours. He is considered one of the greatest jazz pianists, and played thousands of concerts worldwide in a career lasting more than 60 years.
|A1||–Eddie Cole's Solid Swingers||Stomping At The Panama|
|A2||–Lionel Hampton And His Orchestra||Blue Because Of You|
|A3||–King Cole Trio*||Sweet Lorraine|
|A4||–King Cole Trio*||Jumpin' At Capitol|
|A5||–King Cole Trio*||I Realize Now|
|A6||–Lester Young And Nat King Cole||Peg O' My Heart|
|B1||–King Cole Trio*||Easy Listening Blues|
|B2||–The Capitol International Jazzmen||Riffamarole|
|B3||–Herbie Haymer Quintet||Kicks|
|B4||–The Keynoters||Airiness À La Nat|
|B5||–King Cole Trio*||The Geek|
|B6||–The Nat King Cole Trio With Stuff Smith||I Know That You Know|
|C1||–Erroll Garner, John Simmons, Alvin Stoller||Penthouse Serenade|
|C2||–Erroll Garner, Eddie Calhoun, Kelly Martin||Indiana|
|C3||–Erroll Garner, Eddie Calhoun, Kelly Martin||As Time Goes By|
|C4||–Erroll Garner||Three O'Clock In The Morning|
|C6||–Erroll Garner, Al Hall, Gordon "Specs" Powell*||The Man I Love|
|D1||–Erroll Garner, Wyatt Reuther*, Eugene "Fats" Heard*||Misty|
|D2||–Erroll Garner, Eddie Calhoun, Kelly Martin||La Petite Mambo|
|D3||–Erroll Garner With Mitch Miller & His Orchestra||This Is Always|
|D4||–Erroll Garner||Dancing In The Dark|
|D5||–Erroll Garner, Al Hall, Gordon "Specs" Powell*||The Way Back Blues|
|D6||–Erroll Garner, Eddie Calhoun, Denzil Best||It's All Right With Me|
|E1||–Cootie Williams Sextet||Floogie Boo|
|E2||–The Bud Powell Trio||Indiana|
|E3||–The Bud Powell Trio||Somebody Loves Me|
|E4||–The Bud Powell Trio||Bud's Bubble|
|E5||–Sonny Stitt Quartet||I Want To Be Happy|
|E6||–The Bud Powell Trio||Strictly Confidential|
|F1||–The Bud Powell Trio||Tempus Fugit|
|F2||–Bud Powell||Dusk In Saudi|
|F3||–The Bud Powell Trio||Hallelujah|
|F4||–Bud Powell||Parisian Thoroughfare|
|F5||–Bud Powell||Just One Of Those Things|
|F6||–Bud Powell||The Fruit|
|G1||–Oscar Peterson Duo||Oscar's Blues|
|G2||–The Oscar Peterson Trio||Tenderly|
|G3||–The Oscar Peterson Trio||Easy Does It|
|G4||–The Oscar Peterson Trio||The Golden Striker|
|G5||–The Oscar Peterson Trio||The Maids Of Cadiz|
|H1||–The Oscar Peterson Trio With Ben Webster||Bye Bye Blackbird|
|H2||–The Oscar Peterson Trio||Little Girl|
|H3||–The Oscar Peterson Trio Plus Clark Terry||Mack The Knife|
|H4||–Oscar Peterson||Body And Soul|
|H5||–Oscar Peterson - Milt Jackson Quartet||Satisfaction|
|JAZZ13||Cole*, Garner*, Powell*, Peterson*||Cole*, Garner*, Powell*, Peterson* - Jazz Masters Of The Keyboard Vol. II (4xLP, Comp + Box)||The Franklin Mint Record Society||JAZZ13||US||1984|
|JAZZ49||Cole*, Garner*, Powell*, Peterson*||Cole*, Garner*, Powell*, Peterson* - Jazz Masters Of The Keyboard Vol. II (4xLP, Comp + Box)||The Franklin Mint Record Society||JAZZ49||US||1984|