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Welcome reissue of this release from the tenor saxophonist, originally released in 1986. Voted as one of the Top 100 Jazz Albums Of All Time by the prestigious Jazz critic Carlos Sampayo, Voyage find Gets joined by pianist... more »
Welcome reissue of this release from the tenor saxophonist, originally released in 1986. Voted as one of the Top 100 Jazz Albums Of All Time by the prestigious Jazz critic Carlos Sampayo, Voyage find Gets joined by pianist Kenny Barron, bassist George Mraz and drummer Victor Lewis. Easy to enjoy, difficult to classify, Voyage is one of Getz finest recordings.
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nicjaytee | London | 04/08/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Like this truly excellent and ridiculously difficult to find album that features Stan Getz and Kenny Barron in beautifully languid "after hours" mode. Find it if you can and then wonder why among the tens of thousands of mediocre CD's out there one of this quality remains deleted."
One of Getz best
rash67 | USA | 04/29/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"There have been a number of Getz releases in the past few years, many of them not worth listening to, live sessions recorded without Stan's knowledge. This obscure Blackhawk release is a classic of cosmic dimensions. All Getz fans will want to get this one.
One of the best of the late Getz albums, previously available only as an import. Previously filed as a Kenny Barron album(!), features Getz and his "soul-mate" pianist who accompanied him for the last decade of his life.
Yeah, he plays two Barron songs, but Stan the Man's out front. Smooth and burnished like "Ballads and Bossas", lyrical, gentle, quiet, slightly sad, Vintage Getz. From nearly the same period as B&B, and "Anniversary", this album deserves much wider appreciation. Late Getz and mid Barron, both in prime form.
Mostly Ballads, Getz soars over the rest like a big eagle. Stan blows sculpted blue fog notes, weaves dreams. Victor Lewis on drums and Babatunde on brushes provide a steady hypnotic beat.
"I Thought about You" is ravishingly lyrical. This romantic, hot air balloon trip mood continues through "Yesterdays", "Dreams" and "Falling in Love". Ironic as it may seem, the title track may be the weakest track on the album. Getz and Barron listen carefully to each other and give one another room to stretch out.
One of my favorites, but difficult to find, buy it when you can.
Have some wine, sit back with your favorite girl and drink it in.