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Louis Armstrong meets Oscar Peterson [Flac][TntVillage]

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Name:Louis Armstrong meets Oscar Peterson [Flac][TntVillage]

Artist...............: Louis Armstrong & Oscar Peterson
Album................: Louis Armstrong Meets Oscar Peterson
Genre................: Jazz
Source...............: CD
Year.................: 1957
Ripper...............: Exact Audio Copy   (Secure mode) & Asus CD-S520
Codec................: Free Lossless Audio Codec (FLAC)
Version..............: reference libFLAC 1.2.1 20070917
Quality..............: Lossless, (avg. compression: 57 %)
Channels.............: Stereo / 44100 HZ / 16 Bit
Tags.................: VorbisComment
Information..........: TntVillage

Ripped by............: Leonenero on 12/11/2015
Posted by............: Leonenero on 13/11/2015
News Server..........: news.astraweb.com
News Group(s)........: TntVillage

Included.............: NFO, MD5, LOG, CUE, M3U
Covers...............: Front Back CD


  1. [02:47] Louis Armstrong & Oscar Peterson - That Old Feeling
  2. [02:19] Louis Armstrong & Oscar Peterson - There's No You
  3. [06:28] Louis Armstrong & Oscar Peterson - You Go To My Head
  4. [05:27] Louis Armstrong & Oscar Peterson - Sweet Lorraine
  5. [04:19] Louis Armstrong & Oscar Peterson - I Get A Kick Out Of You
  6. [04:00] Louis Armstrong & Oscar Peterson - Makin' Whoopee
  7. [04:20] Louis Armstrong & Oscar Peterson - Willow Weep For Me
  8. [11:45] Louis Armstrong & Oscar Peterson - Let's Do It
  9. [03:20] Louis Armstrong & Oscar Peterson - Let's Fall In Love
 10. [03:34] Louis Armstrong & Oscar Peterson - I'll Never Be The Same
 11. [05:18] Louis Armstrong & Oscar Peterson - Blues In The Night (My Mama Done Tol' Me)
 12. [06:02) Louis Armstrong & Oscar Peterson - How Long Has This Been Going On
 13. [03:25] Louis Armstrong & Oscar Peterson - I Was Doing All Right
 14. [02:44] Louis Armstrong & Oscar Peterson - What's New
 15. [04:37] Louis Armstrong & Oscar Peterson - Moon Song
 16. [04:06] Louis Armstrong & Oscar Peterson - Just One Of Those Things

Playing Time.........: 01:14:30
Total Size...........: 418,45 MB

By 1957, hard bop was firmly established as the jazz of now, while pianist Oscar Peterson and his ensemble with bassist Ray Brown and guitarist Herb Ellis were making their own distinctive presence known as a true working band playing standards in the swing tradition. Louis Armstrong was more recognizable to the general public as a singer instead of the pioneering trumpet player we all know he was. But popularity contests being the trend, Armstrong's newer fans wanted to hear him entertain them, so in retrospect it was probably a good move to feature his vocalizing on these tracks with Peterson's band and guest drummer Louie Bellson sitting in. The standard form of Armstrong singing the lead lines, followed by playing his pithy and witty horn solos based on the melody secondarily, provides the basis for the format on this charming but predictable recording. What happens frequently is that Armstrong and Peterson play lovely ad lib vocal/piano duets at the outset of many tunes. They are all songs you likely know, with few upbeat numbers or obscure choices, and four extra tracks tacked onto the CD version past the original sessions. In fact, it is the familiarity of songs like the midtempo "Let's Fall in Love," with Armstrong's gravelly and scat singing, and his marvelous ability to riff off of the basic songs that make these offerings endearing. A classic take of "Blues in the Night" is the showstopper, while choosing "Moon Song" is a good, off the beaten path pick as the trumpeter plays two solo choruses, and he leads out on his horn for once during the slightly bouncy, basic blues "I Was Doing All Right." Some extremely slow tunes crop up on occasion, like "How Long Has This Been Going On?," an atypically downtempo take of "Let's Do It," and "You Go to My Head," featuring Peterson's crystalline piano. Liner note author Leonard Feather opines that this is Armstrong's first attempt at the latter tune, and compares it historically to Billie Holiday. There are the dependable swingers "Just One of Those Things," "I Get a Kick Out of You," and "Sweet Lorraine" with Peterson at his accompanying best; a ramped-up version of the usually downtrodden "Willow Weep for Me"; and a duet between Armstrong and Ellis on the sad two-minute ditty "There's No You." All in all, it's difficult to critique or find any real fault with these sessions, though Peterson is subsumed by the presence of Armstrong, who, as Feather notes, really needs nobody's help. That this was their only collaboration speaks volumes of how interactive and communal the session really was, aside from the music made being fairly precious.
Category:Music > FLAC
Lang:English  English
Total Size:418.65 MB
Info Hash:58a3c25df1b286fa5b5e27b4c832cdc057058b9f
Added By:leonenero
Date Added:13-09-2017 23:41:12

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