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  Stan Getz
Stan Getz - 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: The Best Of Stan Getz
Stan Getz: Stan Getz (tenor saxophone); Gary Burton (vibraphone); Gene Cherico (bass guitar); Joe Hunt (drums).
Stan Getz Quartet: Stan Getz (tenor saxophone); James McNeely (piano); Marc Johnson (bass); Victor Lewis, Billy Hart (drums).
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  Stan Getz - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Getz's prime influence was the wispy, mellow tone of Lester Young, yet Getz continued to develop his approach to playing throughout his life.
Getz's first two quintets were notable for their personnel, including Charlie Parker's rhythm section of drummer Roy Haynes, pianist Al Haig and bassist Tommy Potter.
In 1998, The "Stan Getz Media Center and Library"' at the Berklee College of Music was dedicated to the memory of the saxophonist through a donation from the Herb Alpert Foundation.
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 PBS - JAZZ A Film By Ken Burns: Selected Artist Biography - Stan Getz
Stan Getz started playing professionally at the age 15 in New York, and when he was only a year older made his first recording, as a sideman with Jack Teagarden.
Although Getz continued to lead jazz groups, and helped to launch the careers of Gary Burton, Steve Swallow, Chick Corea, Tony Williams, Airto Moreira, and other promising young musicians, he was out of sympathy with the free-jazz and rock movements, and he spent the years 1969 to 1972 in semi-retirement in Europe.
Getz was an important exponent of his instrument and one of the supremely melodious improvisers in modern jazz, with a style deeply rooted in the swing period.
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 Jazz Artist Biography - Stan Getz@ jazzreview.com
Without doubt, Stan Getz is recognized as one of the greatest tenor saxophone players of all time, his influence wide, and far-reaching.
Getz became the man with the golden sound, and his saxophone playing was in constant demand.
Stan Getz had the ability to take a song and make it uniquely his, emphasizing the melody line with attention to subtle shadings of sound in the high register range.
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 Stan Getz biography
In the recording he Getz roars through some extreme key changes touching on key signatures no average sax player in his or her right mind would chose to play.
Played straight it is beautiful, but Getz with a stroke of the brush here and there transforms the melody into a work of art.
Bossa Nova became a craze for a while and Getz was one of its chief exponents.
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 Stan Getz @ The Jazz Files
Getz was a remarkably consistent performer rarely lacking in inspiration, always delivering the goods when it mattered.
Stan Getz was born in Philadelphia in 1927 into a family originally from Russia.
From 1952 until 1967 Getz recorded a remarkable string of albums for Verve, featuring colleagues such as J.J. Johnson, Gerry Mulligan and Oscar Peterson.
www.thejazzfiles.com /JazzGetz.html   (487 words)

 Jazz | All About Jazz
It was the great Stan Getz and I was overwhelmed to say the least when I heard him ask me if I was free to go to Europe with him in three days.
I was very excited after this first tour that Stan continued to call me for a number of gigs and I will always remember this time as very special for me. I was on tour in Europe with another band when he died in 1991.
Stan Getz was one of the great masters of jazz and I feel proud and honored to have gotten a chance to play with him.
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Now approaching his late fifties, Stan still displays that youthful enthusiasm for the music, which has made him the "Dorian Gray of jazz." In this interview, he also reveals a master plan for jazz education, which will be put into action in 1986 as Artist-in-Residence at Stanford University.
Stan's future recording plans cross so many boundaries in music as to be astonishing, including pending albums with his East Coast Quartet, pop albums with Kenny Rankin and Billy Joel, and a planned collaboration with Leonard Bernstein.
Jane (Stan's lady) sees my fingers moving in meditation and she knows not to talk or disturb me. That's what I call the 'alpha state.' That's a state of relaxed concentration and effortless creativity.
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Stan Getz and Charlie Byrd play the bossa nova.
Thanks Stan Getz, in your heaven, for your brave sax - free from fear you throw yourself into eternity, without braking any bones.
Earlier, in Februari 16, 1958 Stan Getz met Chet Baker and the two "golden boys" made superstar music.
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 Stan Getz, MP3 Music Download at eMusic
Getz, whose main early influence was Lester Young, grew to be a major influence himself and to his credit he never stopped evolving.
Getz's playing helped Johnny Smith have a hit in "Moonlight in Vermont," during 1953-1954 Bob Brookmeyer made his group a quintet and, despite some drug problems during the decade, Getz was a constant poll winner.
During the next year, Getz made bossa nova-flavored albums with Gary McFarland's big band, Luiz Bonfá, and Laurindo Almeida, but it was Getz/Gilberto (a collaboration with Antonio Carlos Jobim and João Gilberto) that was his biggest seller, thanks in large part to "The Girl From Ipanema" (featuring the vocals of Astrud and João Gilberto).
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 Amazon.com: Stan Getz's Finest Hour: Music: Stan Getz   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Stan Getz had one of the most beautiful sounds in jazz history, a light, transparent gauze that mingled high and lows, grit and sweetness.
Getz played like he was not playing an instrument but rather as if the sax was an direct extention of his soul.
Getz had the softest, most beautiful mellow tone and this is a cd to prove what a rival he was to the deep soft tone of fellow West Coaster Gerry Mulligan.
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 Stan Getz, Bossa Nova and Brazil
This album is very good, in the tradition of Getz and Gilberto's landmark albums of the '60s, but perhaps in a "softer" vein.
In fact, the story goes that Getz had to push for the release of Getz/Gilberto since the company did not want to compete with its own hit; it was a good thing he did.
Getz, with his lyricism, the bittersweet longing in his sound, and his restrained but strong swing, was the perfect fit.
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 Stan Getz biography - 8notes.com
Stanley Getz, better known as Stan Getz (February 2, 1927 - June 6, 1991) was a jazz musician.
He is considered one of the greatest tenor saxophone players of all time, well known for his instantly recognizable warm tone as displayed in his version of the song 'The Girl from Ipanema'.
After playing in various other bands (1944 Stan Kenton; 1945 Jimmy Dorsey; 1945-46 Benny Goodman) he was best known as a soloist in the Woody Herman Band from 1947-49.
www.8notes.com /biographies/getz.asp   (370 words)

 Stan Getz - Verve Records
Stan Getz was a tenor saxophonist of the first rank who, while exploring and pursuing a purity of musical expression, maintained a large following.
He attracted it early in his career with his recording of "Early Autumn" with the Woody Herman band in 1948, more or less sustained it during the Fifties (which were not always tranquil times for him), and then, in the early Sixties, expanded it as he helped introduce Brazilian bossa nova rhythms to jazz.
Getz recorded his most sublime creations during his long affiliation with first the Clef and Norgran labels and then Verve Records, from 1952 to 1971.
www.vervemusicgroup.com /artist.aspx?aid=2856   (309 words)

 Stan Getz As Good As It Getz The Discography A site devoted to the late great jazz tenor player
Stan Getz was born on February 2, 1927 in Philadelphia.
After playing the bass for a while, he started realizing that he was much better at reading and remembering music, and getting a sense of pitch and rhythm than any of the other students.
Stan never got any formal training from Big Tea, but he did receive a "PhD in improvised music" from him, and also Teagarden's "powerful lyricism" really affected Stan's playing.
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 Stan Getz Discography at CD Universe   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Tenor saxophonist Stan Getz (1927-1991) was nicknamed "the Sound" because of the rich, smooth, always melodious music that flowed from his instrument.
Getz got his start as a teenager, playing with big bands in the 1940s.
Tenor saxophonist Stan Getz possessed a full, luxuriant tone and a highly melodic improvisational sense.
www.cduniverse.com /search/xx/music/artist/Getz,+Stan/a/Stan+Getz.htm   (257 words)

 Stan Getz Discography & Biography, Stan Getz Albums & CDs   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Stan Kenton Stan Kenton on A.F.R.S. 1944-1945 (1996) Sax (Tenor)
Stan Kenton Artistry of Stan Kenton (2000) Sax (Tenor)
Philippe Sarde and Stan Getz Mort d'un Pourri (2003) Sax (Soprano), Sax (Tenor), Soliste
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 Stan Getz News
Today marks the birthday of Stan Getz, arguable the most melodic of all tenor saxophone players.
Stan Getz was more than talented: he was the ultimate improviser.
Getz, the sax player whose technical brilliance and innovative style gave him a sound all his own, somehow turned the Bronx tenement where he...
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 Stan Getz MP3 - MP3DB v2.0
Stan Getz And Chet Baker Live At The Haig (Jazz)
Stan Getz and Chet Baker - Quintessence Vol.2 (Jazz)
Stan Getz_ East Of The Sun, West Coast Sessions - Volume 2 (Jazz)
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 South American Way - Stan Getz - Brazilian Imports
Stan Getz was not the first to incorporate bossa nova into American jazz, but it was his saxophone playing that added the magical element that lauched the bossa nova craze.
The Carnegie Hall Concert (1964) by Stan Getz & João Gilberto.
This first bossa nova album from Stan Getz hit the number one position in Billboard magazine's pop charts.
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 JazzEcho - Stan Getz: Carmen McRae & Stan Getz For Lovers
Die beiden neuesten Compilations in dieser Verve-Reihe sind wieder einmal zwei großartigen Künstlern gewidmet: der Sängerin (und Pianistin) Carmen McRae und dem Tenorsaxophonisten Stan Getz, von dem schon einmal eine CD in dieser Serie erschien.
Seine berückend melodischen Improvisationen bezaubern seit Jahrzehnten immer neue Generationen von Jazzfans in der gesamten Welt.
Stan Getz, Stan Getz - More Stan Getz For Lovers (CD)
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 Stan Getz : Oldies.com
Stan Getz & Astrud Gilberto, Stan Getz & Astrud Gilberto (with Charlie Byrd), Dizzy Gillespie / Charlie "Bird" Parker / Stan Getz
Getz played several reed instruments as a child, especially the alto saxophone, but he finally chose the tenor saxophone and by the age of 15 was playing professionally.
Although he had already attracted attention in jazz circles during these tenures and through record sessions under his own name, it was as a member of Woody Herman's "Four Brothers" band in 1947 that he became an internationally recognized name...
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 Amazon.co.uk: Getz/Gilberto Vol.1 [Remastered] [Original recording remastered] [Import]: Music   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Desafinado - Getz, Stan and Joao Gilberto/Antonio Carlos Jobim
Originally released in March 1964, this collaboration between saxophonist Stan Getz and guitarist João Gilberto came at seemingly the end of the bossa nova craze Getz himself had sparked in 1962 with Jazz Samba, his release with American guitarist Charlie Byrd.
Stan Getz ability is beyond words, as goes for Jobim on the guitar.
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 sinewaves - stan getz
In the 1950s, Stan was associated with a kind of jazz known as "cool jazz".
In 1969, after struggling with drugs and the law again, Stan left for Malaga, Spain and stopped performing for two years.
Returning to music in 1971, Stan played with an organ band in the seventies in Europe and then at the Rainbow Grill in the U.S. He recorded a lot in the 1980s and did so right up to his death from cancer in 1991, when he was 64 years old.
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 Stan Getz Discography
* Stan Getz At The Shrine (Norgran MGN 2000-2; Verve MGV 8188-2)
* Lionel Hampton/Stan Getz - Hamp And Getz (Norgran MGN 1037; Verve MGV 8128)
Stan Getz - J.J. Johnson Sextet At JATP
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 Amazon.com: Getz/Gilberto: Music: Stan Getz,Joao Gilberto,Astrud Gilberto   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The irony at the time is that tenorman Getz was accused of `selling his soul' when Desafinado came out, and got a lot of heat from some of his "fans" when it became a big hit.
Call it destiny in motion - because the blend of Getz and the voice of Gilberto was made in heaven for his lyrical sound and his improvisational genius.
A friend of mine happened to play this album for me a few days ago, and we were stunned into silence by its enduring lyricism and subtle gentility, not to mention its beauty of soul combined with the poetry of the sensuous Portuguese language...
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Emelio told me to visit Getz, since Stan really liked our LCM85 mike that Emilio gave to him and he should be visiting the North Sea Jazz festival in 1987!
Getz is our first endorser and will be in my mind for ever............
Stan Getz with LCM89 wireless system in Italy
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 Stan Getz - Vintage Getz - Compare Prices & Reviews at Smarter
Legendary jazz saxophonist Stan Getz performs live in this eclectic display of his many talents.
Also known as a bebop player, Getz is effortlessly capable at turning his hand to any style he chooses.
Getz or Gilberto- Girl from Ipanema CD Awarded Grammy album of the year 1964, Grammy jazz album 1964, inducted into Grammy hall of fame 2000, awarded Grammy record of the year "the girl from Ipanema" 1964.
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