The New Stan Getz Quartet Featuring Astrud Gilberto ‎– Getz Au Go Go

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Verve Records ‎– 821 725-2, Verve Records ‎– 821 725-2 YH
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CD, Album
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1 Corcovado (Quiet Nights Of Quiet Stars)
Written-By – Jobim*, Lees*
2:40
2 It Might As Well Be Spring
Written-By – Rodgers-Hammerstein II*
4:13
3 Eu E Voce
Written-By – Jobim*, de Moraes*
2:50
4 Summertime
Written-By – Heyward*, Gershwin*
8:00
5 Only Trust Your Heart
Written-By – Brodszky*, Cahn*
4:00
6 The Singing Song
Written-By – Burton*
3:28
7 The Telephone Song
Written-By – Gimbel*, Menescal*, Boscoli*
1:55
8 One Note Samba
Written-By – Jobim*, Hendricks*, Mendonca*
3:15
9 Here's That Rainy Day
Written-By – Burke-van Heusen*
6:00
10 6-Nix-Pix-Flix
Written-By – Burton*
1:30

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Subtitle: A Live Performance
On Cover: The New Stan Getz Quartet
On Disc, Backcover and Inlay: Stan Getz

Recorded at Cafe Au Go Go, Greenwich Village, N.Y.C., August 19, 1964

Made in West Germany by Polygram

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 42282 17252 5
  • Matrix / Runout: 00422 821 725-2 08 + 50969721
  • Matrix / Runout (CD Mould Text): Made in Germany by EDC
  • Label Code: LC 0383
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Price Code: POL 900

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Fact62

Fact62

April 16, 2013
I am sure there is an earlier cd version. I purchased it early ninties as a cheap/cutout release. So it must have been released earlier than that. My copy also has a slightly different matrix number.
Pligrim

Pligrim

February 17, 2013
I think the release date 2007 may be wrong on the version of Getz Au Go Go identified as 821 725-2 YH, or PolyGram released an earlier version with this number. I have a copy with this catalogue number, but on the back, at the bottom, it says "Made in West Germany." On the disc is printed, "Made in West Germany by PolyGram." I don't know when after the 1990 reunification of the Federal Republic of Germany PolyGram discontinued identifying the FDR as West Germany, but the use of that name on the disc and insert suggests the disc I have was released well before 2007. Does anyone know when PolyGram first released Getz Au Go Go as 821 725-2?