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9 thoughts on “ Golden Touch - Oscar Pettiford - Oscar Rides Again
  1. Shashicage says:
    Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Oscar Pettiford's Quintet / Vinnie Burke's Quartet* - Bass By Pettiford/Burke at Discogs. Complete your Oscar Pettiford's Quintet / Vinnie Burke's Quartet* collection/5(8).
  2. Mashura says:
    Rides Again Written-By – Oscar Pettiford: Companies, etc. Track A2 titled "The Golden Touch" on center label; track B1 as Trictatism on back cover and Tractitism in liner notes is best known as Tricrotism. Barcode and Other Identifiers Matrix / Runout: TV Oscar Pettiford: Oscar Pettiford 5/5(1).
  3. Kinos says:
    Jazz for a Lazy Day, an album by Oscar Pettiford on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  4. Zologor says:
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Oscar Pettiford - Oscar Pettiford at Discogs. Complete your Oscar Pettiford collection/5(3).
  5. Galkree says:
    Oscar Pettiford In A Cello Mood (Digipack Edition) Quincy Jones (Stockholm Sweetnin y Golden Touch) y Harry Babasin (el otro violonchelista participante, autor de las brillantes In A Cello Mood y Monti Celli). Tal y como reza el último tema, gracias a recopilaciones como esta, el chelo de Oscar Pettiford Rides Again." Adolphus Van Tenzing.
  6. Akira says:
    Oscar Pettiford is coined one of the top bassits of the period, the first major soloist on the cello, successor to Jimmy Blanton and part of the first bop band to be heard on 52nd street in New York if that’s any indication of what you can expect from Oscar Pettiford Modern Quintet.
  7. Dam says:
    Oscar Pettiford (September 30, – September 8, ) was an American jazz double bassist, cellist and composer. Five months later, he once again met Hinton, who persuaded him to return to music. In he joined the Charlie Barnet band and in gained wider public attention after recording with Coleman Hawkins on his "The Man I Love".
  8. Vimi says:
    Although the great bassist Oscar Pettiford gets first billing, this CD actually has six selections from his quintet (with tenor saxophonist Charlie Rouse, Julius Watkins on French horn, pianist Duke Jordan, and drummer Ron Jefferson) and eight from bassist Vinnie Burke's quartet (clarinetist Ronnie Oldrich, Don Burns on accordion, and guitarist Joe Cinderella).
  9. Kigalabar says:
    Although bassist Oscar Pettiford left a huge influence on jazz before his untimely death, there's not actually that many fantastic records in which he's featured as a leader. Fortunately, this is one of the few, and it's a sparkling set of modernist inflected bop tunes played by a group that includes Mingus on bass, Phil Urso on tenor, Walter Bishop on piano, and Percy Heath on drums.

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