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|Various Artists, Oscar Peterson Trio, Charlie Parker|
Late Night Jazz
Genres: World Music, Jazz, Pop
Budget-priced collection of mellow, moody jazz,featuring such greats as Stan Getz, Toots Thieleman, BillieHoliday, Louis Armstrong, Chet Baker, etc. 14 trx: Stan Getz'I Remember Clifford', Sue Raney 'Summer Wishes, WinterD... more »
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Budget-priced collection of mellow, moody jazz,featuring such greats as Stan Getz, Toots Thieleman, BillieHoliday, Louis Armstrong, Chet Baker, etc. 14 trx: Stan Getz'I Remember Clifford', Sue Raney 'Summer Wishes, WinterDreams', Chet Baker 'I Waited For You', Lee Konitz 'A Hand-ful Of Stars', David Liebman 'On Green Dolphin Street',Toots Thielemans 'I Never Told You', Billie Holiday 'You GoTo My Head', Louis Armstrong 'La Vie En Rose', Marty Paich'What's New?', Chamber Jazz Sextet 'Bewitched', Bob Brook-meyer 'In A Sentimental Mood', Eddie Daniels 'Emily' + 2...
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Annie Van Auken | Planet Earth | 01/26/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"There is an implied mellow or introspective mood with an album called LATE NIGHT JAZZ. Such dreamy feelings are well-established on this collection until Charlie Parker jars us from our reveries and gets the cops banging on the door with his blaring and raucous rendition of "Night And Day." This jolt halfway through the set is enough to give a ferret insomnia!
Except for that one misstep (and a quick poke-in-the-ribs crescendo on "Body And Soul"), LATE NIGHT JAZZ consistently delivers perfect wee small hours music, as performed by some of the best names in mid-20th century jazz. Transfer quality here is top notch-- songs are full-length. No liner notes beyond a playlist.
TOTAL RUNNING TIME -- 57:12"
For Jazz Fans
Fred Camfield | Vicksburg, MS USA | 06/02/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is a collection taken from the vaults of the Verve and Mercury labels, featuring easy listening jazz from the 1940s to the 1960s. It has 12 cuts starting with "Night Train," and ending with "Autumn Leaves." It includes Stan Getz, Charlie Parker, Wes Montgomery, Gerry Mulligan, and other artists. Total playing time is not given."