At the London House Comp Master Takes
Lone Hill Jazz
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The definitive collection of Oscar Peterson's trio recordings. This set contains the London House Master Takes for the first time ever on 3-CDs (over 165 minutes of extraordinary music).
The incomparable Oscar Peterson Trio recorded almost ten-hours of music at Chicago's celebrated London House between July 11 and August 6, 1961.
This outstanding three-CD set contains all of the master takes - 25 tracks and nearly three-hours of music - recorded by the trio at the London House during these dates. Although Verve edited a 5-CD box set with all of Peterson's London House recordings, it is no longer available on the market and can only be found at auctions.
The trio's London House repertory is vast and showcases the group's extraordinary versatility, performing songs ranging from the traditional "Billy Boy", to classic standards and show tunes like "Chicago", "I've Never Been In Love Before", "I Love You", "Yesterdays" and "In The Wee Small Hours", to the bebop sounds of "Woody n' You", and "Tricrotism".
I’ve Never Been In Love Before / In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning / Chicago / The Night We Called It a Day / Tricrotism / Sometimes I’m Happy /Whisper Not / Billy Boy / On Green Dolphin Street / Thag’s Dance / Ill Wind / Kadota’s Blues / Diablo / Autumn Leaves / Blues For Big Scotia / Swamp Fire / I Love You, among others.