Live at Sir Morgan's Cove 1973
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ALL TRACKS PREVIOUSLY UNISSUED !
This release presents a complete never before heard set by an unusual formation of the Stan Getz Quartet, which would never recorded again. This is one of the only three know collaborations between Getz and Dave Holland. Among the highlights are Getz’s only known renditions of Thelonious Monk’s Pannonica and Dave Holland’s The Oracle (which Holland wouldn’t record until 1986), a poignant version of Billy Strayhorn’s Lush Life, the second out of only two existing Getz’s reading of Tangerine ( the first dates from 1953), and a seven-minute interview with the saxophonist. Sir Morgan’s Cove, in Worcester, Massachusetts, would gain fame in 1981 as a location chosen by the Rolling Stones for a “private” secret concert where they were announced under the pseudonym “The Cockroaches”.
As a bonus, another previously unissued concert. Taped in Germany, Getz is the only featured soloist on this set, backed by the Kurt Edelhagen orchestra.
STAN GETZ, tenor sax
ALBERT DAILEY, piano
DAVER HOLLAND, bass
BILLY HART, drums
Live at Sir Morgan’s Cove, Worcester, Massachusetts, November 11, 1973.
BONUS TRACKS: CD 2 [7-10]
STAN GETZ, tenor sax soloist with:
THE KURT EDELHAGEN ORCHESTRA:
Trumpets: Shake Keane, Rick Kiefer, Hanne Wilfert & Mecki Schaening
Trombones: Peter Herbolzheimer, Jiggs Whigham, Manfred Gätjens & Nick Hauk
Reeds: Heinz Kretschmar, Manfred Lindner (as); Wilton Gaymar, Karl Drevo (ts)
Kurt Aderhold (bs); Bora Rokovic (p, org); Dieter Reith (org)
Wolfgang Schluter (vib); Peter Trunk (b); Ronnie Stephenson (d)
Peter Herbolzheimer (arr)
Funkhau, Hannover, Germany, October 26, 1971.
CD 1: Total Time: 67:31
01. On Green Dolphin Street
02. Original Ballad;
03. La Fiesta
06. I Stan Getz introduces the band
07. The Oracle;
08. What Is This Thing Called Love?
CD 2: Total Time: 75:08
02. Here Is That Rainy Day
04. 500 Miles High
05. Lush Life
06. Stan Getz Interview
07. Con Alma
08. Here’s That Rainy Day
10. Nica’s Dream