Stan Getz ‎– The Artistry Of Stan Getz - The Best Of The Verve Years Volume 2

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Verve Records ‎– 314 517 330-2
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2 × CD, Compilation, Remastered
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1-1 Thanks For The Memory
Bass – Bill CrowDrums – Frank IsolaGuitar – Jimmy RaneyPiano – Duke JordanProducer – Norman GranzTenor Saxophone – Stan GetzWritten-By – Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger
3:18
1-2 Rustic Hop
Bass – Bill CrowDrums – Al LevittPiano – John Williams (5)Producer – Norman GranzTenor Saxophone – Stan GetzValve Trombone – Bob BrookmeyerWritten-By – Bob Brookmeyer
3:44
1-3 Round-Up Time
Bass – Bill AnthonyDrums – Frank IsolaPiano – John Williams (5)Producer – Norman GranzTenor Saxophone – Stan GetzTrumpet – Tony FruscellaWritten-By – Phil Sunkel
7:04
1-4 Cherokee
Bass – Leroy VinnegarDrums – Shelly MannePiano – Lou LevyProducer – Norman GranzTenor Saxophone – Stan GetzVibraphone – Lionel HamptonWritten-By – Ray Noble
9:17
1-5 East Of The Sun (And West Of The Moon)
Bass – Leroy VinnegarDrums – Shelly MannePiano – Lou LevyProducer – Norman GranzTenor Saxophone – Stan GetzTrumpet – Conte CandoliWritten-By – Brooks Bowman
6:18
1-6 Serenade In Blue
Bass – Leroy VinnegarDrums – Shelly MannePiano – Lou LevyProducer – Norman GranzTenor Saxophone – Stan GetzWritten-By – Harry Warren (2), Mack Gordon
3:52
1-7 Dark Eyes
Alto Saxophone – Sonny StittBass – Ray BrownDrums – Stan LeveyGuitar – Herb EllisPiano – John Lewis (2)Producer – Norman GranzTenor Saxophone – Stan GetzTrumpet – Dizzy Gillespie
12:08
1-8 Where Or When
Bass – Leroy VinnegarDrums – Stan LeveyPiano – Lou LevyProducer – Norman GranzTenor Saxophone – Stan GetzWritten-By – Richard Rodgers-Lorenz Hart*
7:06
1-9 Billie's Bounce
Bass – Ray BrownDrums – Connie KayGuitar – Herb EllisPiano – Oscar PetersonProducer – Norman GranzTenor Saxophone – Stan GetzTrombone – J.J. JohnsonWritten-By – Charlie Parker
7:54
1-10 Blues For Junior
Bass – Ray BrownDrums – Stan LeveyGuitar – Herb EllisProducer – Norman GranzTenor Saxophone – Stan GetzTrumpet – Roy EldridgeWritten-By – Ray Brown
4:50
1-11 Honeysuckle Rose
Baritone Saxophone – Lars GullinBass – Gunnar Johnsson*Drums – William Schiopffe*Piano – Jan JohanssonProducer – Simon BrehmTenor Saxophone – Erik Nordstrom*, Stan GetzTrombone – Ake Persson*Trumpet – Benny BaileyWritten-By – Andy Razaf, Thomas "Fats" Waller*
6:43
2-1 All The Things You Are
Bass – Art DavisDrums – Jo JonesPiano – Lalo SchifrinProducer – Creed TaylorTenor Saxophone – Coleman Hawkins, Don Byas, Stan GetzTrumpet – Roy EldridgeWritten-By – Jerome Kern, Oscar Hammerstein II
13:07
2-2 The Folks Who Live On The Hill
Bass – Daniel Jordan (5)Drums – William Schiopffe*Piano – Jan JohanssonProducer [For US Release] – Norman GranzTenor Saxophone – Stan GetzWritten-By – Jerome Kern, Oscar Hammerstein II
4:16
2-3 Airegin
Bass – Scott LaFaroDrums – Pete La RocaPiano – Steve KuhnProducer – Norman GranzTenor Saxophone – Stan GetzWritten-By – Theodore Walter "Sonny" Rollins*
5:57
2-4 Who Could Care?
Bass – John NevesDrums – Roy HaynesPiano – Steve KuhnProducer [Possibly Produced By] – Val ValentinTenor Saxophone – Stan GetzValve Trombone – Bob BrookmeyerWritten-By – Bob Brookmeyer
4:44
2-5 Chega De Saudade (No More Blues)
Arranged By – Gary McFarlandBass – Tommy Williams (3)Bass Clarinet – Romeo PenqueClarinet – Babe Clark, Ray BeckensteinConductor – Gary McFarlandDrums – Johnny RaeFlugelhorn – Clark TerryFlute – Jerry Sanfino*Flute [Alto] – Eddie CaineFrench Horn – Ray AlongeGuitar – Jim HallPercussion – Carmen Costa, Jose Paolo*Piano – Hank JonesProducer – Creed TaylorTenor Saxophone – Stan GetzTrombone – Tony StuddTrumpet – Bernie Glow, Doc SeverinsenValve Trombone – Bob BrookmeyerWritten-By – Antonio Carlos Jobim, Vinicius De Moraes
4:14
2-6 Corcovado (Quiet Night Of Quiet Stars)
Bass – Tommy Williams (3)Guitar – Joao Gilberto*Percussion – Milton BananaPiano – Antonio Carlos JobimProducer – Creed TaylorTenor Saxophone – Stan GetzVocals – Astrud Gilberto, Joao Gilberto*Written-By – Antonio Carlos Jobim, Gene Lees
4:14
2-7 Maria Moca
Bass – George DuvivierDrums – Dave BaileyGuitar – Laurindo AlmeidaPercussion – Edison Machado, Jose Soorez, Jose Paolo*, Luiz PargaPiano – Steve KuhnProducer – Creed TaylorTenor Saxophone – Stan GetzWritten-By – Luis Antonio*
5:41
2-8 My Heart Stood Still
Bass – Richard Davis (2)Drums – Elvin JonesPiano – Bill EvansProducer – Creed TaylorTenor Saxophone – Stan GetzWritten-By – Richard Rodgers-Lorenz Hart*
8:39
2-9 When The World Was Young
Bass – Steve SwallowDrums – Roy HaynesProducer – Unknown ArtistTenor Saxophone – Stan GetzVibraphone – Gary BurtonWritten-By – Johnny Mercer, Philippe-Gérard
5:52
2-10 Litha
Bass – Ron CarterDrums – Grady TatePiano – Chick CoreaProducer – Creed TaylorTenor Saxophone – Stan GetzWritten-By – Chick Corea
8:32
2-11 I Remember Clifford
Drums – Bernard LubatGuitar – Rene Thomas*Organ – Eddy LouissProducer – George MartinTenor Saxophone – Stan GetzWritten-By – Benny Golson
5:25

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"A comprehensive retrospective of Stan Getz's Verve recordings from 1952-1971".

1-1: recorded December 29, 1952 in New York. Original issue: Norgran single 146; 10"LP: The Artistry of Stan Getz Clef MGC 143; 12"LP: Stan Getz Plays Norgran MGN 1042; on CD: Verve 833 535-2.
1-2 recorded April 16, 1953 in New York. Original issue: Clef single 89090; 10"LP: The Artistry of Stan Getz Clef MGC 143; 12"LP: Stan Getz and the Cool Sounds Verve MGV 8200).
1-3: recorded January 31, 1955 in New York. Original LP issue: Stan Getz and the Cool Sounds Verve MGV 8200.
1-4: recorded August 1, 1955 in Los Angeles. Original LP issue: Hamp And Getz Norgran MG N-1037; on CD: Verve 831 672-2.
1-5: recorded August 15, 1955 in Los Angeles. Original LP issue: West Coast Jazz Norgran MG N-1032.
1-6: recorded August 19, 1955 in Los Angeles. Original LP issue: Stan Getz and the Cool Sounds Verve MGV 8200.
1-7: recorded October 16, 1956 in Los Angeles. Original LP issue: For Musicians Only Verve MGV 8198; on CD: Verve 837 435-2.
1-8: recorded August 2, 1957 in Los Angeles. Original LP issue: Award Winner Verve 8296.
1-9: recorded October 7, 1957 in concert at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. Original LP issue: Stan Getz and J.J. Johnson at the Opera House Verve MG V-8265; on CD: Verve 831 272-2.
1-10: recorded October 11, 1957 in Los Angeles. Original LP issue: Herb Ellis Nothing But The Blues Verve MGV 8252.
1-11: recorded August 26, 1958 in Stockholm. Original LP issue [US]: Imported from Europe Verve MGV 8331.

2-1: recorded November 21, 1960 in concert at the Koncerthuset, Stockholm. Original LP issue: Norman Granz Presents Jazz At The Philharmonic in Europe Volume 1 Verve V/V6 8539.
2-2: recorded January 14-18, 1960 in Copenhagen Original LP issue: Stan Getz at Large Verve MGV/V6 8393-2.
2-3: recorded February 21, 1961 in New York Original 2LP issue: Stan The Man Verve 815 239-1.
2-4: recorded September 12 or 13, 1961 in San Francisco. Original LP issue: Stan Getz / Bob Brookmeyer Quintet Verve V/V6 8418.
2-5: recorded August 27, 1962 in New York. Original LP issue: Big Band Bossa Nova Verve V/V6 8494; on CD: Verve 825 771-2.
2-6: recorded March 18 or 19, 1963 in New York. Original LP issue: Getz/Gilberto Verve V/V6 8545; on CD Verve 810 048-2.
2-7: recorded March 22, 1963 in New York. Original LP issue: Stan Getz with Laurindo Almeida Verve V/V6 8665.
2-8: recorded May 5, 1964 in New York. Original LP issue: Stan Getz & Bill Evans - Previously Unreleased Recordings Verve V6 8833; on CD: Stan Getz & Bill Evans Verve 833 802.
2-9: recorded November 13, 1966 in concert at the Salle Pleyel, Paris. Original LP issue [France]: Paris Concert Verve 711064.
2-10: recorded March 21, 1967 in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. Original LP issue: Sweet Rain Verve V/V6 8693; on CD: Verve 815 054-2.
2-11: recorded March 15-17, 1971 in concert at Ronnie Scott's, London. Original 2CD issue: Dynasty Verve 839 117-2.

This compilation ℗ & © 1993 PolyGram Records, Inc.
Manufactured for PolyGram Records and distributed by PolyGram Distribution, divisions of PolyGram Group Canada Inc.
Made in Canada

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℗ 1992 PolyGram Records, Inc.
Made in Canada

Released in "Fatboy" thick double-jewel case.

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  • Barcode: 7 31451 73302 4
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  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): #930307M 314517330-2/2 MFG BY CINRAM

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