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9 thoughts on “ C Jam Blues - The Oscar Peterson Trio - Night Train (CD, Album)

  1. Jun 14,  · Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.
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  3. Night Train, an Album by The Oscar Peterson Trio. Released in on Verve (catalog no. V; Vinyl LP). Genres: Cool Jazz.
  4. The final track, C Jam Blues, is from one of Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic concerts. This one was live at Carnegie Hall on September 13, and features an early incarnation of the trio with Peterson backed by Barney Kessel on guitar and Ray Brown on bass. This album clocks in at and is a delightful listen all the way through.
  5. Jun 28,  · Here's another gem from the live show from Copenhagen. I love the left hand runs Peterson uses at the beginning, much to this drummer's ear like a moder.
  6. Although the repertoire on this CD reissue by the Oscar Peterson Trio (with bassist Ray Brown and drummer Ed Thigpen) is fairly typical (with such veteran standards as "C Jam Blues," "Bags' Groove," "Easy Does It" and "I Got It Bad"), Peterson and his sidemen sound fairly tadernetsdifhakeveabpelighperkagip.co: $
  7. Sep 01,  · Recorded in Los Angeles, Calif., on December 15 & 16, Initial version with: MGM Records - A Division of Metro-Goldwin-Mayer Inc. - Made in U.S.A. Not to be confused with the later Sunset Boulevard or the Polydor Incorporated version. V on cover/5(95).
  8. The Oscar Peterson Trio - Night Train In treatments of jazz chestnuts like "C-Jam Blues" and "Georgia on My Mind," the trio works inside these well-known songs, painting over familiar colors and reworking traditional melodies while staying true to the spirit of each tune. take of Charlie Parker's "Now's the Time." New packaging.
  9. The Transcription For this course I have chosen a transcription of the first two choruses of C Jam Blues, from the album Night Train. It is a 12 bar blues, but in the first two choruses of Oscar’s solo they play a 4 bar solo break, filled by Peterson’s right hand lines.

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