Stan Getz & Jimmy Raney - Complete Studio Sessions (2003) [Bop, Cool]; FLAC (tracks+.cue)

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Stan Getz & Jimmy Raney - Complete Studio Sessions (2003) [Bop, Cool]; FLAC (tracks+.cue)

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Artist: Stan Getz & Jimmy Raney
Album: Complete Studio Sessions
Genre: Bop, Cool
Label: Definitive Records
Released: 2003
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue)
Tracklist:
    CD 1:
  1. Pardon My Bop - 2:36
  2. As I Live and I Bop - 3:03
  3. Interlude in Be Bop - 2:45
  4. Diaper Pin - 2:43
  5. Stan Getz Along - 2:56
  6. Stan's Mood - 2:43
  7. Slow - 2:54
  8. Fast - 3:06
  9. Skull Buster - 2:27
  10. Ante Room - 2:46
  11. Poop Deck - 2:52
  12. Pennies from Heaven - 3:23
  13. Pinch Bootle - 3:04
  14. Earless Engineering - 2:56
  15. Be Still, TV - 3:11
  16. Short P, Not LP - 3:21
  17. Melody Express - 2:48
  18. Yvette - 2:59
  19. Potter's Luck - 2:43
  20. The Song Is You - 2:49
  21. Wildwood - 3:05

    CD 2:
  1. Stella by Starlight - 2:46
  2. Time on My Hands - 2:59
  3. 'Tis Autumn - 3:16
  4. The Way You Look Tonight - 3:05
  5. Lover Come Back to Me - 2:58
  6. Body and Soul - 3:17
  7. Stars Fell on Alabama - 3:24
  8. You Turned the Tables on Me - 2:58
  9. Lullaby of Birdland - 2:27
  10. Autumn Leaves - 3:02
  11. Fools Rush In - 2:28
  12. These Foolish Things - 2:34
  13. Thanks for the Memory - 3:21
  14. How Deep Is the Ocean - 2:52
  15. Hymn of the Orient - 2:56
  16. These Foolish Things - 3:24
  17. Signal - 5:41
  18. Lee - 4:21
  19. 'Round Midnight - 5:22
  20. Motion - 5:22

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This double-disc set features all of the studio performances between saxophonist Stan Getz and guitarist Jimmy Raney recorded between October of 1948 and April of 1953. The sheer number of labels the pair recorded for is staggering, from Sittin' in With to Roost, Savoy, Sesco, Clef, Prestige, and others. And while Getz, particularly on the early sides, is still deeply entrenched in his worship of Charlie Parker, the cool elegance of Raney's own playing is already asserting itself on the early sides, so that by 1951, Getz has moved toward the center from strictly bebop. Some of the other players on these sessions include Duke Jordan, Curly Russell, Blossom Dearie, Horace Silver, Roy Haynes, Frank Isola, and many others. There are 41 performances in all, giving a striking portrait of the era, and of Getz's development as a soloist and bandleader in particular. Raney arrived fully developed and just got better. The sound quality is solid here and the remastering job on these tracks is warm and full despite their many original sources.
Review by Thom Jurek

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