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Album: Pure Getz
# Song Title   Time
1)    On The Up And Up More Info... 8:13
2)    Blood Count More Info... 3:36
3)    Very Early More Info... 7:08
4)    Sipping At Bell's More Info... 5:04
5)    I Wish I Knew More Info... 7:54
6)    Come Rain Or Come Shine More Info... 8:09
7)    Tempus Fugit More Info... 7:19
 

Album: Pure Getz
# Song Title   Time
1)    On The Up And Up More Info... 8:13
2)    Blood Count More Info... 3:36
3)    Very Early More Info... 7:08
4)    Sipping At Bell's More Info... 5:04
5)    I Wish I Knew More Info... 7:54
6)    Come Rain Or Come Shine More Info... 8:09
7)    Tempus Fugit More Info... 7:19
 
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  • Stan Getz Quartet: Stan Getz (tenor saxophone); James McNeely (piano); Marc Johnson (bass); Victor Lewis, Billy Hart (drums).
  • Recorded at Coast Recorders, San Francisco, California in January 1982 and Soundmixers, New York, New York in February 1982. Includes liner notes by Philip Elwood.
  • This is a Hybrid Super Audio CD playable on both regular and Super Audio CD players.
  • Stan Getz Quartet: Stan Getz (tenor saxophone); James McNeely (piano); Marc Johnson (bass); Victor Lewis, Billy Hart (drums).
  • Recorded at Coast Recorders, San Francisco, California in January 1982 and Soundmixers, New York, New York in February 1982. Includes liner notes by Philip Elwood.
  • Personnel: Stan Getz (tenor saxophone); Jim McNeely (piano); Victor Lewis, Billy Hart (drums).
  • Audio Mixer: Phil Edwards .
  • Liner Note Author: Philip Elwood.
  • Recording information: Coast Recorders, San Francisco, CA.
  • Stan Getz's 1982 band featured the harmonically advanced pianist Jim McNeely, bassist Marc Johnson and drummer Victor Lewis; Billy Hart fills in for Lewis on three numbers. This date sticks (with one exception) to high-quality jazz standards, some of which ("Sippin at Bell's") are not performed all that often. Getz is particularly swinging on "Tempus Fugit" and quite lyrical on Billy Strayhorn's "Blood Count." ~ Scott Yanow
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