Split Kick - Stan Getz - Quintet & Quartet 1950•1951 (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Two slices of live work by Stan Getz – both pretty darn great! The first half of the album features Getz blowing with a relatively modern group – Steve Kuhn on piano, Scott LaFaro on bass, and Roy Haynes on drums – a really magical quartet that open up with a sense of flow that Stan was only just beginning to show in his music at this point – almost a Sweet Rain sort of mode, but done.
  2. Sep 05,  · RLP - Split Kick - Stan Getz LP - Johnny Smith Quartet Plays Jimmy Van Heusen - Johnny Smith Quartet [8/55] Label catalog number is BLP But Beautiful/Swinging on a Star/I Could Have Told You/It Could Happen to You/Oh You Crazy Moon/I Thought About You/Deep in a Dream/So Help Me/Nancy/Polka Dots and Moonbeams/Darn That Dream.
  3. Song information for Split Kick - Stan Getz on AllMusic. Song information for Split Kick - Stan Getz on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases Quintet & Quartet Musidisc: Stan Getz. The Complete Roost Recordings. Roulette Records:
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  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Split Kick on Discogs. Label: Royal Roost - RLP • Format: Vinyl LP, 10 Stan Getz - Split Kick (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(4).
  6. Stan Getz Quartets features material from three separate New York City sessions the great tenor saxophonist cut with multiple quartets including: a June session with Al Haig (piano), Gene Ramey (bass) and Stan Levey (drums); a January session with Haig (piano), Tommy Potter (bass) and Roy Haynes (drums); and a April session with Tony Aless (piano), Percy Heath (bass) and Don.
  7. Em termos de gravações, podemos dizer que essa `segunda fase' de Getz vai de - quando grava o excelente Stan Getz Quartets - até , quando grava o emblemático álbum For Musicians Only, com Sonny Stitt (as), Dizzy Gillespie (t), Herb Ellis (g), John Lewis (p) e Ray Brown (b)/5(11).
  8. – Stan Getz Quintet: Yvette: A2 – Stan Getz Quintet: Wildwood: A3 – Stan Getz Quintet: Melody Express: A4 – Stan Getz Quintet: Penny: A5 – Stan Getz Quintet: Potter's Luck: A6 – Stan Getz Quintet: Split Kick: B1 – Stan Getz Quartet: Rubberneck: B2 – Stan Getz Quartet: Mosquito Knees: B3 – Stan Getz Quartet: Sweetie Pie: B4.
  9. The great tenor saxophonist Stan Getz() recorded these excellent quintet/quartet sessions in Hollywood on August 9, 15 & 19, Getz is in sublime form producing his "incredibly lovely sound" on tenor with trumpeter Conte Candoli(on tracks ) and a superb rhythm section of Lou Levy(piano); Leroy Vinnegar(bass) & Shelly Manne(drums).Reviews:

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