this song gives me sad vibes
I've listened to this recording so many time, I lost track of how many. But, each time I listen I hear more of what OP discovers in the notes… and in-between the notes. These four musicians might just be the greatest jazz quartet ever. Four masters, playing the work of another master. Five is a great number!
Allegro and Andante we heard. But the third part Bach’s Blues is missing. And imo this missing piece is the best! Cheers!
dextérité digne de art tatum!
Directions pointed to by other fine pianists were fully realized by this ultimate giant of jazz piano. Like Ella or Frank, his music fills me with joy.
It's if he has invented a whole new instrument
Listening to this since I discover jazz, ever loved it and I think I will be listening to 'til the end of time!
The sound of greatness.
This reminds me of a similar performance by Nina Simone.
These guys don't play when they play! Damn.
Every time listening to this, I'm thinking this should be Andante – Allegro, not Allegro – Andante :p
John Sebastian would be stoked to be able to listen to these superb interpretations of his music… Wish it went on forever…
Słuchałem , słucham i jak Bóg pozwoli, będę słuchał dalej.
This is so great, thank you for uploading.
Don’t get much better that!
He is the greatest ever – I am crying from joy and thankfulness whenever I hear him play. My hero, my idol! God bless Oscar's soul forever!!!
donde puedo encontrar una partitura de este tema?
Jazz at its very best
If your head aint noddin', or your toe aint tappin', check your pulse!!! This is genius swingin!!!
Bass – David Young*Design – Gilles MargerinDrums – Martin DrewGuitar – Joe Pass—————————————Recorded at Westwood Playhouse, Los Angeles, CA: November 12 and 14, 1986.
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