7 sound discs (467 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 book + 4 leaflets.
Mosaic Records: MD7-241 (on individual container spines: 241).
Program and biographical notes with discographical information (20 p. : ports. ; 28 cm.) laid in box; discographical information (4 v.) also inserted in each container.
Disc 1. Turtle neck -- It's easy to remember -- Pooper -- Love for sale -- Until the real thing comes along -- You go to my head -- They can't take that away from me -- There's a small hotel -- You turned the tables on me -- These foolish things -- I can't get started -- Blue moon -- East of the sun -- Astaire blues.
Disc 2. Tea for two -- Slow down -- Oh, lady be good -- Body and soul -- Stompin' at the Savoy -- Rough ridin' -- Just one of those things -- Too marvelous for words -- But not for me.
Disc 3. That makes a difference to me -- Autumn in New York -- Pettiford's tune (little boy) -- You go to my head -- Thou swell -- Willow weep for me -- Minor blues -- Pick yourself up -- Long ago and far away -- Love walked in -- I got rhythm -- Fine romance -- Foggy day -- Strike up the band! -- Man I love -- Let's do it -- It ain't necessarily so -- I've got my love to keep me warm -- I've got a crush on you -- Night and day -- Isn't this a lovely day -- What is this thing called love? -- Willow weep for me (alt tk-4).
Disc 4. Oh, lady be good -- 'S wonderful -- Anything goes -- I've got you under my skin -- Fascinatin' rhythm -- Cheek to cheek -- I got it bad (and that ain't good) -- In a mellow tone -- I love you -- Somebody loves me -- I was doin' all right -- In the still of the night -- Every time we say goodbye -- Just a-sittin' and a-rockin' -- Begin the beguine -- So near and yet so far -- Blue skies -- Take the 'A' train -- Sophisticated lady -- Cotton tail -- Prelude to a kiss -- Things ain't what they used to be -- Rockin' in rhythm.
Disc. 5. Do nothin' till you hear from me -- Don't get around much anymore -- John Hardy's wife -- Always -- Easter parade -- Alexander's ragtime band -- Song is ended -- Say it isn't so -- Remember -- If I had you -- How deep is the ocean -- I'm glad there is you -- Polka dots and moonbeams -- One for my baby -- I hear music -- Autumn in New York -- I can't give you anything but love -- Spring is here -- Things we did last summer -- Streets boogie -- Booker T. blues.
Disc 6. Pompton Turnpike (LP tk) -- Cherokee -- Soft winds (LP tk) -- Carioca -- Continental -- Tea for two -- I know that you know -- Hallelujah -- Yesterdays -- You are too beautiful -- Isn't it romantic? -- Sheik of Araby -- There'll be some changes made -- Pompton Turnpike (78 tk) -- Soft winds (78 tk) -- Continental (alt tk-1).
Disc 7. Without a song -- Sometimes I'm happy -- Time on my hands -- More than you know -- This can't be love -- Blue moon -- Lady is a tramp -- It might as well be spring -- Bewitched -- Way you look tonight -- Ol' Man River -- Can't help lovin' that man -- Song is you -- Lovely to look at -- Johnny one note -- Smoke gets in your eyes -- Bill -- Look for the silver lining -- Surrey with the fringe on top -- Lover.
Oscar Peterson, piano, vocals ; Barney Kessel, guitar ; Ray Brown, bass ; with Irving Ashby, guitar, (Disc 1, tracks 6-13) ; Alvin Stoller, drums, (Disc 1, track 14 ; Disc 2, all tracks).
Recorded between November 25, 1951 and December 7, 1953.
Clef/Mercury studio recordings of the Oscar Peterson Trio (1951-1953)
Oscar Peterson Trio (1951-1953)
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