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  • Performer: Oscar Pettiford
  • Title: The Legendary Oscar Pettiford
  • Size FLAC ver: 1382 mb
  • Country: UK
  • Date of release: 1975
  • Style: Bop
  • Other formats: DXD MPC MOD AC3 WAV ADX AU
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Rating: 4.9 of 5
Oscar Pettiford Featuring Attila Zoller - The Legendary Oscar Pettiford album flac

Tracklist

Cohn's Limit 4:32
The Gentle Art Of Love 6:47
All The Things You Are 3:58
Vienna Blues 4:43
Oscar's Blues 7:27
Stardust 6:10
Blues In The Closet 5:17

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BLP 30185 Oscar Pettiford Featuring Attila Zoller Oscar Pettiford Featuring Attila Zoller - The Legendary Oscar Pettiford ‎(LP, Album) Black Lion Records BLP 30185 UK 1975
BLP 30185(c) Oscar Pettiford Featuring Attila Zoller Oscar Pettiford Featuring Attila Zoller - The Legendary Oscar Pettiford ‎(Cass, Album) Black Lion Records BLP 30185(c) Netherlands 1975
BLP 30185 Oscar Pettiford Featuring Attila Zoller Oscar Pettiford Featuring Attila Zoller - The Legendary Oscar Pettiford ‎(LP, Album, Ora) Black Lion Records BLP 30185 UK 1975
28 495-0 U Oscar Pettiford Featuring Attila Zoller Oscar Pettiford Featuring Attila Zoller - The Legendary Oscar Pettiford ‎(LP, Album) Black Lion Records 28 495-0 U Germany 1976
28 495-0 U Oscar Pettiford Featuring Attila Zoller Oscar Pettiford Featuring Attila Zoller - The Legendary Oscar Pettiford ‎(LP, Album) Black Lion Records 28 495-0 U Germany 1976
BLP 30185 Oscar Pettiford Featuring Attila Zoller Oscar Pettiford Featuring Attila Zoller - The Legendary Oscar Pettiford ‎(LP, Album, Ora) Black Lion Records BLP 30185 Netherlands 1976
BLCD 760104 Oscar Pettiford Vienna Blues: The Complete Session ‎(CD, Album, RE) Black Lion Records BLCD 760104 UK & Europe 1988
BLP 60104 Oscar Pettiford Vienna Blues: The Complete Session ‎(LP, Album) Black Lion Records BLP 60104 UK & Europe 1988
CD 877670-2 Oscar Pettiford Vienna Blues: The Complete Session ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Black Lion Records CD 877670-2 Europe 2004




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OSCAR PETTIFORD & ATTILA ZOLLER Fatty's Saloon Wien, Austria 1959 The Gentle Art of Love Attila Zoller (g), Oscar Pettiford (b) This rare footage was part.

Complete your Oscar Pettiford Featuring Attila Zoller collection. Oscar Pettiford Featuring Attila Zoller - The Legendary Oscar Pettiford ‎ (LP, Album). Oscar Pettifoard Quartet - The Gentle Art of Love 6:57. OSCAR PETTIFORD & ATTILA ZOLLER June 15, 1959 Austrian TV Appearance 2:33. Tribute to Oscar Pettiford - Billy Taylor Trio 7:37.

The Legendary Oscar Pettiford (Featuring Attila Zoller) Contents.

Oscar Pettiford & Attila Zoller Oscar's Blues. Oscar Pettiford, Hans Koller, Attila Zoller, Jimmy Pratt There Will Never Be Another You. (play). Oscar Pettiford, Attila Zoller 04. Vienna Blues. Oscar Pettiford, Attila Zoller 06. Stardust. Oscar Pettiford, Attila Zoller 05. Oscar's Blues. Oscar Pettiford, Attila Zoller Blues In The Closet. Oscar Pettiford, Attila Zoller 01. Cohn's Limit.

Case in point, this 1959 gem from cellist and bassist Oscar Pettiford, sounding for all the world like a Joan Miro painting come to life, swinging ever so gracefully and warmly, refusing to knock you back, yet smoothly holding your attention like a loving parent lulling a child to slee. nd more, to dream. Dying young, and often overlooked, the man is a virtual who’s who when it comes to artists he’s played with. In a word, this album is understated and brilliant. Alright, that’s two words, and I would love to write thousands, anything to get you to hear this quiet restrained masterpiece, where a true genius does so much more with so much less.

Pettiford, who is known more for his uptempo bebop style, has such a big, warm tone that it sounds like he’s singing the song himself. Zoller in turn has a soft strum to accompany Pettiford before taking the lead on the bridge. Get the Daily Bass Video in your inbox. Related Topics: Oscar Pettiford. Set Released Covering Last Years of Jazz Great Oscar Pettiford’s Career.

album Weekly Top. album Pop Hotlist. music noteChords for OSCAR PETTIFORD & ATTILA ZOLLER June 15, 1959 Austrian TV Appearance. Oscar Pettiford with Coleman Hawkins. Oscar Pettiford - It don't mean a thing ( Bass Transcription ). Extract Chords.

Blue Brothers (LP, Album). 2460 191. Paul Gonsalves, Ray Nance. Just a-Sittin and a-Rockin (LP, Album). Oscar Pettiford featuring Attila Zoller. The Legendary Oscar Pettiford (LP, Album). Wild Bill Davison with Freddy Randall and His Band. Wild Bill Davison With Freddy Randall and His Band (LP, Album, RE, Sec).

Comments (1)

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Man-o-Man ... there’s one sure way to know that you love a record, and that’s instantly wanting more as soon as it’s over. Case in point, this 1959 gem from cellist and bassist Oscar Pettiford, sounding for all the world like a Joan Miro painting come to life, swinging ever so gracefully and warmly, refusing to knock you back, yet smoothly holding your attention like a loving parent lulling a child to sleep ... and more, to dream.Dying young, and often overlooked, the man is a virtual who’s who when it comes to artists he’s played with. Yet ask nearly any jazz aficionado for a top ten, or even a top twenty-five list, and I seriously doubt that Oscar Pettiford will be among them. And that’s a down right shame. Certainly one could make the argument that bassists don’t gain the attention or notoriety, they seldom have scorching solos, or manifest a demanding stage presence, nor does their instrument get the respect it deserves. Most people only think of baselines as holding down the foundations of the rhythm, an aspect that merely moves the music forward, relying on more well known instruments to shine and command the adulation. But you need to forget all of those concepts, you need to spin on your heels, you need to hear Oscar lay down solid lines of brilliant eloquence and a musical movement that any musician would aspire to. In a word, this album is “understated” and “brilliant”. Alright, that’s two words, and I would love to write thousands, anything to get you to hear this quiet mellow masterpiece. Had Oscar’s life not been so short, we might find him rubbing shoulders with the likes of Ray Brown or Milt Hinton ... but the truth of the matter is that we have been graced with mere moments of music from this great artist. So please, don’t miss a single one of them.And as to a partial list of artist he’s played with, consider Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, Charlie Parker, Bud Powell, Miles Davis, Billie Holiday, Thelonious Monk, Dizzy Gillespie, Art Tatum, Django Reinhardt, Les Paul, Charlie Christian, Gil Evans, Sonny Rollins, Art Blakey, Woody Herman, Coleman Hawkins, Ray Charles, Stan Getz, Lucky Thompson, Charles Mingus, Zoot Sims, John Coltrane, Sonny Stitt, Julius Watkins, Ben Webster, Sammy Price, Ruby Braff, Mel Powell, Ellis Larkins, Max Roach, Shelly Manne, Billie Holiday, Red Norvo, Clifford Brown, Buddy De Franco, Phineas Newborn, Kai Winding, Roy Eldridge, Ray Brown, Lionel Hampton, Don Byas, Clyde Hart, Earl Hines, Budd Johnson, Joe Thomas, Pee Wee Russell, Jimmy Giuffre, Martial Solal, Attlia Zoller, Lee Konitz, Warne Marsh, Billy Eckstine, Cozy Cole, Shadow Wilson, Charlie Shavers, Johnny Hodges, Rex Stewart, Cootie Williams, Ed Hall, Lawrence Brown, Sonny Greer, Maxine Sullivan, Dick Hyman, Eddie Bert, Joe Derise, Ike Quebec, Jonah Jones, Buck Clayton, Helen Humes, Benny Harris, Boyd Raeburn, Serge Chaloff, Howard McGhee, Sir Charles Thompson, Wynonie Harris, Vic Dickenson, Red Rodney, Tal Farlow, Denzil Best, Jo Jones, Leo Parker, Al Haig, Al Hibbler, Nat Pierce, Bill Harris, Howard McGhee, J.J. Johnson, Art Taylor, Wynton Kelly, Lockjaw Davis, Jackie McLean, Kenny Clarke, Dave McKenna, Milt Jackson, John Lewis, Chris Connor, Hank Jones, Earl Coleman, Thad Jones, Tommy Flanagan, Donald Byrd, Billy Taylor, Chuck Wayne, Roy Haynes, Art Farmer, Gigi Gryce, Al Cohn, Frank Wess, Jimmy Cleveland, Barry Galbraith, Joe Morello, Joe Wilder, Harry Lookofsky, Jimmy Jones, Urbie Green, Ernie Royal, Herbie Mann, George Barnes, Clark Terry, Dave Schildkraut, Helen Merrill, Jimmy Raney, Horace Silver, Doug Mettome, Quincy Jones, Duke Jordan, Hank Mobley, Kenny Dorham, Cecil Payne, Toots Thielmans, Red Garland.Review by Jenell Kesler

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