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  1. Bragar says:
    Stan Getz and Charlie Byrd's album Jazz Samba, which launched the bossa nova craze in the United States, celebrated its 50th anniversary. It was a phenomenal success after its release in April and has achieved an enduring popularity.
  2. Kagagrel says:
    Stan Getz (born Stanley Gayetski; February 2, – June 6, ) was an American jazz saxophonist. Playing primarily the tenor saxophone, Getz was known as "The Sound" because of his warm, lyrical tone, his prime influence being the wispy, mellow timbre of his idol, Lester matubagreorifardiorenaneharca.xyzinfo to prominence in the late s with Woody Herman's big band, Getz is described by critic Scott Yanow as.
  3. Moogur says:
    Recording during a transitional phase in his career, ‘Getz At The Gate’ finds saxophonist Stan Getz on molten form in New York’s legendary jazz venue. was a watershed year for Stan Getz.
  4. Molkree says:
    Fine Tune's The Gold Collectioncontains a live performance by Stan Getzlicenced from Lyra Productions. Although the date is not listed anywhere on the disc, it's likely that it came from later in his career. Getzisn't in bad form, but he's not particularly good, either.
  5. Arashijinn says:
    Stan Getz was born at St. Vincent's Hospital in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on Feb. 2, He had one brother, Robert, who was born on October 30, His parents had come from the Kiev area in the Ukraine in , tired and fearful of the Pogroms. The Getz family had first settled in West Philadelphia, but moved to New York City after Stan.
  6. Doshicage says:
    Find album reviews, Stan Getz on AllMusic - Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Autumn Leaves - Stan Getz on AllMusic - AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases; Editors' Choice Heart Place. Chuck Loeb. Stan Getz.
  7. Mebar says:
    I disagree toatally with them. I fell in love with this album the very first time I listened to it (and I own a lot of stellar Stan getz recordings). I find Getz in very good shape here, he played Burt's charts with the heart as they should be played, and with his trademark fabolous sound/5(13).
  8. Yolar says:
    One of the all-time great tenor saxophonists, Stan Getz was known as "The Sound." He possessed one of the most beautiful tones in all of jazz, and was among the greatest of melodic improvisers. His main early influence was Lester Young, but he grew to influence generations of players himself and never stopped evolving as a musician. Getz was an extraordinary improviser who created a.

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