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Focus is a jazz album recorded in 1961, featuring Stan Getz on tenor saxophone with a string orchestra. The album is a suite which was originally commissioned by Getz from composer and arranger Eddie Sauter. The pair would next collaborate on their soundtrack to the 1965 film Mickey One.
Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz. A1 to A3, A5: New York, August 15, 1951 A4, A6: New York, March 1, 1951 B1, B2: Boston, October 1951 B3, B4: New York, May 17, 1950 B5, B6: New York, December 10, 1950. These recordings originally appeared on Roost records. Rights Society: BIEM. Stan Getz And His Tenor Sax "Cool Jazz" (LP, Comp, RE). Hall Of Fame (3). JG-606.
Stan Getz (born Stanley Gayetski; February 2, 1927 – June 6, 1991) was an American jazz saxophonist. Playing primarily the tenor saxophone, Getz was known as "The Sound" because of his warm, lyrical tone, his prime influence being the wispy, mellow timbre of his idol, Lester Young. Coming to prominence in the late 1940s with Woody Herman's big band, Getz is described by critic Scott Yanow as "one of the all-time great tenor saxophonists". Getz performed in bebop and cool jazz groups
In this case, Stan Getz is the nominee, and Granz could not have found a better match for the pianist alongside his peerless combo than the ripe, mature, and bebopping tenor saxophonist
Stan Getz Plays is a wonderful record, and though Stan Getz sounded consistently good throughout his long career, there is something special about this record for me-like all the pieces just fell magically in place. Stella By Starlight has interesting chord changes, and has been played by lots of musicians, but Stan was born to play Stella. Most often done in Bb, Getz does it in "G" for Getz.
Stan Getz, tenor sax; Hank Jones, piano; Curly Russell, bass; Max Roach, drums. The Complete Columbia Recordings Of Woody Herman And His Orchestra And Woodchoppers (1945-1947) (Mosaic MD7-223). Stan Fishelson, Bernie Glow, Marky Markowitz, Shorty Rogers, Ernie Royal, trumpet; Earl Swope, Ollie Wilson, trombone; Bob Swift, bass trombone; Woody Herman, clarinet, alto sax, vocals; Sam Marowitz, alto sax; Herbie Steward, alto, tenor sax; Stan Getz, Zoot Sims, tenor sax; Serge Chaloff, baritone sax; Fred Otis, piano; Gene Sargent, guitar; Walter Yoder, bass; Don Lamond, drums; Ralph Burns, arranger. Stan Getz - Early Stan (Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-654-2). Shorty Rogers, trumpet; Earl Swope, trombone; Stan Getz, tenor sax; Terry Gibbs, vibes; George Wallington, piano; Curly Russell, bass; Shadow Wilson, drums.
Stan Getz by Mark Barnett, published on March 2, 2016 at All About Jazz. Find more Building a Jazz Library articles. The story of Stan Getz (1927-1991) has to begin with Lester Young. Before Young, tenor sax players seemed awash in testosterone. Their sound was full, rich, deep, blown hard out of the instrument's lower registers, with emotion pouring out in lavish swoops and honks. Then along came Lester. Cool, in other words. And this approach didn't end with Lester. He became the musical role model for Getz and a generation of tenor sax players who aspired to coolness. Getz had a long and remarkably successful career, stretching from the very early 1950s to 1991, the year he died. After honing his skills with the Stan Kenton and Woody Herman bands, it didn't take long for him to achieve fame as a tenor sax phenomenon. Getz's warm, pure tone, and the lightness of his touch, set him apart early.
|B6||For Stompers Only|
- Bass – Joe Calloway (tracks: B6, B7), Teddy Kotick (tracks: A6, A7), Tommy Potter (tracks: A1, A2)
- Drums – Roy Haynes (tracks: A1, A2), Tiny Kahn (tracks: A6, A7), Walter Bolden (tracks: B6, B7)
- Piano – Al Haig (tracks: A1, A2), Horace Silver (tracks: A3, A5)
- Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
NotesHall Of Fame - Jazz Greats
|J-1230||Stan Getz||Stan Getz (LP, Comp)||Jazztone||J-1230||US||1956|
|B-102||Stan Getz & Horace Silver||Stan Getz & Horace Silver - Pair Of Kings (LP, Comp, RE)||Baronet Records||B-102||US||1962|
|528.005, 528 005||Stan Getz||Quintet And Quartet (LP, Comp, RE)||Explosive , Explosive||528.005, 528 005||France||Unknown|
|J-1230||Stan Getz||Stan Getz (LP, Comp)||Jazztone||J-1230||Netherlands||1956|
|BRM-8012||Stan Getz & Horace Silver||Stan Getz & Horace Silver - Rhythms (LP, Comp, Mono)||Blue Ribbon||BRM-8012||US||1967|
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