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8 thoughts on “ If I Should Loose You - Oscar Peterson - Piano Giant (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. 2 x Vinyl LP, Compilation Germany A1 - Exactly Like You A2 - Soft Winds A3 - This Guy's In Love With You A4 - I Love You B1 - Seven Comes Eleven B2 - Wheatland B3 - Catherine B4 - If I Should Loose You C1 - Wave C2 - Younger Than Springtime C3 - Sesame Street C4 - You Stepped Out Of A Dream D1 - Someday My Prince Will Come D2 - Smile D3 Price: $
  2. If I Should Lose You: B2: A Little Jazz Exercise: See more tracks * Items below may differ depending on the release. Oscar No Vinyl+CDR 31 Listed For Sale: oscar peterson.
  3. Ain't But a Few of Us Left, an Album by Milt Jackson, Grady Tate, Ray Brown & Oscar Peterson. Released in on Pablo (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Bebop/5(1).
  4. Oscar Peterson - ¨You look good to me ¨ - Montreaux by FOTOKINO. Oscar Peterson Medley Perdido by Levan Mikeladze. Oscar Peterson Trio - Oscar's Boogie Victor by Daniel OLeary. [Deleted video] [Deleted video] OSCAR PETERSON "ALICE .
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Star Edition on Discogs. Label: MPS Records - • Series: Star Edition • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Compilation, Reissue • Country: Germany • Genre: Jazz •/5(8).
  6. This is one of the few Oscar Peterson solo Piano records. Norman Granz and Duke Ellington had been trying to pursade Oscar to record a solo Piano album for quite a while and in November this was the result. The man responsible for producing the album was Hans Georg Brunner-Schwer and he deserves a lot of credit.5/5(10).
  7. Jan 19,  · Ain't but a Few of Us Left, an Album by Milt Jackson, Grady Tate, Ray Brown & Oscar Peterson. Released in on Pablo (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Bebop. Featured peformers: Milt Jackson (vibraphone), Oscar Peterson (piano), Ray Brown (bass), Grady Tate (drums), Norman Granz (producer, layout, design, liner notes), Phil Stern (photography), Sheldon Marks /5(14).
  8. What's Up is the addendum to Telarc's release of Live at the Blue Note, cataloging a holiday performance of elder statesmen pianist Oscar Peterson, vibraphonist Milt Jackson, and bassist Ray Brown with the support of relative youngster drummer Karriem monveturvaesdescount.stevankewealilighlapslingxeningtepart.infoinfoed on Thanksgiving weekend, at New York City's Blue Note Club, these performances are fortuitous as the three .

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