Stan Getz

Live in Amsterdam, Dusseldorf and Zurich 1960 (FSR-CD 897)

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Live in Amsterdam, Dusseldorf and Zurich 1960

Stan Getz

Fresh Sound Records


ABS 149682

FSR-CD 897



Live in Amsterdam, Dusseldorf and Zurich 1960

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By the spring of 1960, Stan Getz was ready to leave Copenhagen and start travelling the continent with Norman Granz’ Jazz at the Philharmonic troupe, where, in Swedish pianist Jan Johansson, Ray Brown on bass and Ed Thigpen on drums, he had an excellent rhythm section to support the more lyrical and forceful playing he achieved in Europe. “He doesn’t seem dry and intellectual as he used to,” said one Danish jazz critic. “He has soul in every note he plays. Getz demonstrates that the modern school isn’t as bloodless as people have been thinking. He builds up his themes with unerring logic, and it is almost incredible that he can give his tone so much richness and fullness without vibrato…” It was a golden time for Getz, and all these qualities are evident in these concert performances recorded in Amsterdam, Dusseldorf and Zurich.


STAN GETZ, tenor sax

[1-7] recorded at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, Holland, April 10, 1960
[8-9] recorded at Rheinhalle, Dusseldorf, March 28, 1960
[10-11] recorded at Kongresshaus, Zurich, April 8, 1960


01. Out of Nowhere
02. The Thrill Is Gone
03. Lover Come Back to Me
04. Pammie’s Tune
05. Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most
06. Gone with the Wind
07. Cherokee
08. Woody ‘n You
09. Pernod
10. I Remember Clifford
11. Land’s End