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Playlist of [FULL CONCERT] Oscar Peterson & Count Basie & Joe Pass 1980

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  • FULL CONCERT Oscar Peterson & Count Basie & Joe Pass 1980 - Words & Music

    46:47

    The complete special BBC with interview!!!

    Oscar Peterson & Count Basie (piano)
    Joe Pass (guitar)
    Niels Pedersen (bass)
    Martin Drew (drums)

    1 part - Joe Pass
    2 part - Count Basie

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  • FULL CONCERT Oscar Peterson & Count Basie & Joe Pass 1980 Words & Music144p H 264 AAC

    2:53

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  • Oscar Peterson & Joe Pass - Just Friends

    4:51

    Oscar Peterson
    Joe Pass (guitar)
    Niels Pedersen (bass)
    Martin Drew (drums)

  • Oscar Peterson & Andre Previn

    52:42

    A mix of stories and music from Oscar Peterson and Andre Previn.... a beautiful conversation.

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  • Oscar Peterson & Friends feat. Joe Pass Live

    22:34

    Oscar Peterson & Friends featuring Joe Pass, 1980-xx-xx? (CBC TV).
    -Setlist:
    01. Mean to Me (Fred E. Ahlert & Roy Turk)
    02. Li'l Darlin' (Neil Hefti)
    03. Stella by Starlight (Victor Young)
    04. Benny's Bugle (Benny Goodman)
    05. Sweet Georgia Brown (Ben Bernie & Maceo Pinkard)
    06. Where or When (Lorenz Hart & Richard Rodgers) (cut)
    -Lineup:
    Oscar Peterson - (piano & vocals-6)
    Joe Pass (electric guitar)

    Joe Pass (born Joseph Anthony Jacobi Passalaqua; January 13, 1929 – May 23, 1994) was an American jazz guitarist. Pass worked often with pianist Oscar Peterson and vocalist Ella Fitzgerald.
    Pass recorded a series of albums during the 1960s for Pacific Jazz Records, including Catch Me, 12-String Guitar, For Django, and Simplicity. In 1963, he received Downbeat magazine's New Star Award.
    He also played on Pacific Jazz recordings by Gerald Wilson, Bud Shank, and Les McCann. He toured with George Shearing in 1965. During the 1960s, he did mostly TV and recording session work in Los Angeles. Norman Granz, the producer of Jazz at the Philharmonic and the founder of Verve Records, signed Pass to Pablo Records in December 1973. In 1974, Pass released his solo album Virtuoso on Pablo. Also in 1974, Pablo released the album The Trio with Pass, Oscar Peterson, and Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen. He performed with them on many occasions throughout the 1970s and 1980s. At the Grammy Awards of 1975, The Trio won the Grammy Award for Best Jazz Performance by a Group. As part of the Pablo roster, Pass recorded with Benny Carter, Milt Jackson, Herb Ellis, Zoot Sims, Duke Ellington, Dizzy Gillespie, Ella Fitzgerald, and Count Basie.
    Pass and Ella Fitzgerald recorded six albums together on Pablo toward the end of Fitzgerald's career: Take Love Easy (1973), Fitzgerald and Pass... Again (1976), Hamburg Duets - 1976 (1976), Sophisticated Lady (1975, 1983), Speak Love (1983), and Easy Living (1986).
    Pass was diagnosed with liver cancer in 1992. Although he was initially responsive to treatment and continued to play into 1993, his health eventually declined, forcing him to cancel his tour with Pepe Romero, Paco Peña, and Leo Kottke. Pass performed for the final time on May 7, 1994, with fellow guitarist John Pisano at a nightclub in Los Angeles. Pisano told Guitar Player that after the performance Pass looked at him with a tear in his eye and said I can't play anymore, an exchange which Pisano described as like a knife in my heart. On May 23rd, 1994, Joe Pass died from liver cancer in Los Angeles, California at the age of 65. Prior to his death, he recorded an album of Hank Williams songs with country guitarist Roy Clark.
    (Wikipedia).

  • Oscar Peterson & Count Basie - Jumpin At The Woodside

    3:05

    Oscar Peterson & Count Basie (piano)
    Niels Pedersen (bass)
    Martin Drew (drums)

    from bbc television

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  • Oscar Peterson Trio & Ella Fitzgerald - Jazz At The Philharmonic - 1957 • World of Jazz

    1:21:25

    This is the full concert of The Oscar Peterson Trio with Ella Fitzgerald from the 'Jazz at the Philharmonic' tour 1957 in the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, the Netherlands.
    This concert was recorded on May 5, 1957 by Dutch AVRO television at the time and broadcast on August 28, 1958.
    The concert is introduced by Norman Granz himself.
    First he introduces the Oscar Peterson Trio with Peterson on piano, Herb Ellis on guitar and Ray Brown on bass.
    Later they are joined by Joe Jones on drums and Roy Eldridge on trumpet.
    Half way the concert Stuff Smith joins on violin.
    And last but certainly not least, Mrs Ella Fitzgerald joins, with Don Abney on piano.
    Enjoy this great concert!

    Recorded on May 5, 1957 and first broadcast on August 25, 1958.

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  • Oscar Peterson & Friends feat. Jackie Davis Live

    23:56

    Oscar Peterson & Friends featuring Jackie Davis, 1980-xx-xx (?). (CBC TV).
    -Setlist:
    01. Soft Winds (trio)
    02. On The Street Where You Live (from My Fair Lady. Written by Lerner and Loewe in 1956)
    03. talk
    04. A Time for Love
    05. Blues Jam
    06. Swamp Fire
    -Lineup:
    Oscar Petersen Trio
    Oscar Petersen - (piano)
    Ray Brown - (accoustic bass)
    Bobby Durham - (drums)
    -special guest:
    Jackie Davis (organ)

    Oscar Emmanuel Peterson, CC CQ OOnt (August 15, 1925 – December 23, 2007) was a Canadian jazz pianist, virtuoso and composer. He was called the Maharaja of the keyboard by Duke Ellington, simply O.P. by his friends, and informally in the jazz community as the King of inside swing.He released over 200 recordings, won seven Grammy Awards, as well as a lifetime achievement award from the Recording Academy, and received numerous other awards and honours. He is considered one of history's great jazz pianists, and played thousands of concerts worldwide in a career lasting more than 60 years.
    In 2007 his health declined. He canceled his plans to perform at the Toronto Jazz Festival and a Carnegie Hall all-star concert that was to be given in his honour. Peterson died on December 23, 2007 of kidney failure at his home in Mississauga, Ontario.
    (Wikipedia).

    Jackie Davis (December 13, 1920 – November 2, 1999) was an American soul jazz singer, organist and bandleader. He is notable for his contributions in bringing the Hammond organ to the forefront of jazz and pop, preceding the better-known Jimmy Smith by several years.
    He kept Jacksonville as his homebase and died on November 2, 1999 following a stroke.
    (Wikipedia).

    Bobby Durham (February 3, 1937 – July 6, 2008) was an American jazz drummer. Durham was born in Philadelphia and learned to play drums while a child. He played with The Orioles at age 16, and was in a military band between 1956 and 1959. After his discharge, he played with King James and Stan Hunter. In 1960, he moved to New York City, where he played with Lloyd Price, Wild Bill Davis, Lionel Hampton, Count Basie, Slide Hampton, Grant Green, Sweets Edison, Tommy Flanagan, Jimmy Rowles, and the Duke Ellington Orchestra, in which he played for five months. While working with Basie, he met Al Grey, and was a member of several of Grey's small ensembles. He accompanied Ella Fitzgerald for more than a decade, and worked with Oscar Peterson in a trio setting.
    Durham also played in trios with organists such as Charles Earland and Shirley Scott, and there was a resurgence in interest in Durham's work during the acid jazz upswing in the 1990s. Many of Durham's projects, both as sideman and as leader, came about because of his association with producer Norman Granz, who used him in performances with Ella Fitzgerald, Count Basie, Harry Edison, Tommy Flanagan, and Joe Pass. Durham led his own combos as well; he is noted for scat singing along with his drum solos. Durham has also performed often with pop and soul musicians such as Frank Sinatra, James Brown, Ray Charles, and Marvin Gaye. He died of lung cancer in Genoa, Italy, aged 71.
    (Wikipedia).

    Raymond Matthews Brown (October 13, 1926 – July 2, 2002) was an American jazz double bassist known for extensive work with Oscar Peterson and Ella Fitzgerald. Ray Brown married Ella Fitzgerald in 1947. The couple adopted a son, Ray Jr., but the marriage did not last long, as work kept them apart. Ray and Ella divorced in 1953, but remained friends and occasionally worked together. Brown died in his sleep July 2, 2002, after having played golf, before a show in Indianapolis.
    (Wikipedia).

  • Allegro

    9:53

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    Allegro (Live) · Oscar Peterson

    Oscar Peterson Live!

    ℗ 1990 Pablo Records

    Released on: 1990-01-01

    Producer: Oscar Peterson
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Joe Pass
    Associated Performer, Double Bass: David Young
    Associated Performer, Drums: Martin Drew
    Composer Lyricist: Oscar Peterson

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  • Count Basie on Art Tatum, Interview with Oscar Peterson 1980

    7:51

    Oscar Peterson interviews Count Basie in 1980.

    Original video -

    Piano - Oscar Peterson & Count Basie
    Bass - Niels Pedersen
    Drums - Martin Drew

  • Oscar Peterson & Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen • 15-07-1979 • World of Jazz

    58:51

    Rare performance of Oscar Peterson, piano, and Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen, bass during the North Sea Jazz Festival in the Congres Gebouw in The Hague, 15 July 1979.

    Tracklisting among others: Old Folks, Soft Winds, There is no greater love, Ballad, People, Peterson's Blues.

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  • Oscar Peterson & Count Basie - Slow Blues

    4:36

    Oscar Peterson & Count Basie (piano)
    Niels Pedersen (bass)
    Martin Drew (drums)

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  • The Great Guitars: Barney Kessel, Charlie Byrd and Herb Ellis • 11-07-1982 • World of Jazz

    1:10:47

    Three of the all time greatest jazz guitarists perform their unique skills on the guitar:

    Barney Kessel, born in Muskogee, Oklahoma, USA on October 17, 1923 was known for his chord-based melodies and was a prolific member of the so-called ‘Wrecking Crew’ group of musicians that accompanied and played on records as diverse as The Mamas & Papas, Sonny & Cher and The Beach Boys.
    He was voted best guitarist in Down Beat Magazine in 1956, 1957 and 1958 and recorded numerous albums. The Gibson Guitar Corporation introduced the Barney Kessel model guitar in 1961 to honour his skills. Barney died on May 6, 2004.

    Herb Ellis was an American guitarist who probably was best known as member of Oscar Peterson’s Trio in the 1950’s. He was born on August 4, 1921 as Mitchell Herbert Ellis. He played with Jimmy Dorsey’s band and played on numerous Verve records supporting jazz giants like Ben Webster, Stan Getz, Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong. Herb died on March 20, 2010.

    Charlie Byrd was one of America’s greatest guitarists. Born on September 16, 1925 in Suffolk, Virginia, he was strongly influenced by Django Reinhardt’s style and Brazilian bossa nova.
    He played in Woody Herman’s band in the late 1950’s and recorded ‘Jazz Samba’ with Stan Getz. Also he recorded the famous bossa nova albums with João Gilberto and Antonio Carlos Jobim. Byrd died on December 2, 1999.

    The three great guitarists are accompanied by Joe Byrd, Charlie’s brother, on bass and Chuch Redd on drums

    The repertoire included:

    • It's the talk of the town by Marty Symes, Al J. Nieburg, Jerry Livingston;
    • Undecided by Sid Robin, Charlie Shavers;
    • A felicidade by Vinicius de Moraes, Antonio Carlos Jobim;
    • Manha de carnaval by Antonio Mariz, Luis Bonfá;
    • Nuages by Django Reinhardt;
    • Goin' out of my head by Teddy Randazzo, Bobby Weinstein;
    • Flyin' home by Sid Robin, Lionel Hampton, Benny Goodman.
    *Speak Low
    *Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out.

    The concert was taped on 17 July 1982 in the Congress Gebouw, The Hague, The Netherlands during the North Sea Jazz Festival.

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  • Buns Blues

    4:33

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    Buns Blues · Count Basie · Oscar Peterson

    Satch And Josh

    ℗ 1975 Pablo Records, Inc.

    Released on: 1975-01-01

    Producer: Norman Granz
    Associated Performer, Bass (vocal): Ray Brown
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Freddie Green
    Associated Performer, Drums: Louie Bellson
    Associated Performer, Piano, Organ: Count Basie
    Associated Performer, Piano: Oscar Peterson
    Composer Lyricist: Oscar Peterson
    Composer Lyricist: Count Basie

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  • Indiana

    3:08

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    Indiana · Count Basie · Oscar Peterson

    The Timekeepers

    ℗ 1983 Fantasy, Inc.

    Released on: 1983-01-01

    Producer: Norman Granz
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Val Valentin
    Associated Performer, Piano: Oscar Peterson
    Associated Performer, Piano: Count Basie
    Associated Performer, Drums: Louis Bellson
    Associated Performer, Bass (vocal): John Heard
    Composer Lyricist: Ballard MacDonald
    Composer Lyricist: James Hanley

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  • Words And Music with Oscar Peterson Part 1

    9:34

    Words And Music with Oscar Peterson, Niels Pederson and Martin Drew. Also in the programme there is a fantasic talk with Count Basie and Joe Pass Performs

  • Oscar Peterson Quartet Live in Tokyo 1987

    8:15

    Cakewalk (Peterson)

    Oscar Peterson - Piano
    Joe Pass - Guitar
    Dave Young - Bass
    Martin Drew - Drums

  • Oscar Peterson Trio - The Berlin Concert - La belle province

    7:42

    Oscar Peterson Trio - Nigerian Marketplace

    Oscar Peterson - Piano
    Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen - Bass
    Martin Drew - Drums

    Germany, Berlin 1985

  • Count Basie 6 ft. Joe Pass - Blues For Little Jazz

    5:09

    Kansas City 6 (1981) - Track 6

    Joe's tone sounds a little weird (too much reverb), but this is a fantastic blues from an epic sextet. Everyone has plenty of room to shine... Joe leads off the solo parade at 0:28.

    Count Basie (piano), Joe Pass (guitar), Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen (bass), Willie Cook (trumpet), Eddie Cleanhead Vinson (alto sax), Louie Bellson (drums)

  • Count Basie and his Orchestra live at the North Sea Jazz Festival • 13-07-1979 • World of Jazz

    57:04

    The second concert of bandleader/pianist William ‘Count’ Basie and his Count Basie Orchestra at the North Sea Jazz Festival 1979 features great solos by bassist John Clayton and drummer Butch Miles.
    Basie did two concerts at the festival, one month before his 75th birthday.
    This is the second concert with some great solos by John Clayton, Butch Miles, Freddie Green, Sonny Cohn and Danny Turner.

    William James ‘Count’ Basie, born August 21, 1904, was a great bandleader, pianist and composer. He formed his own orchestra, the Count Basie Orchestra, in 1935 and led the orchestra for almost 50 years, until his death on April 26, 1984.

    The Orchestra:
    • Count Basie: piano
    • John Clayton, bass
    • Butch Miles, drums
    • Freddie Green, guitar,
    • Sonny Cohn, Pete Minger, Ray Brown, Paul Cohen, trumpet
    • Bill Hughes, Mel Wanzo, Mitchell Wood Jr, Dennis Wilson, trombone
    • Eric Dixon, Charlie Fowlkes, Kenny Hing, Bobby Plater, Danny Turner, saxophone
    • Dennis Rowland, vocals

    Recorded on 14 July 1979 at the Congresgebouw, The Hague, the Netherlands by AVRO TV

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  • Jumpin At The Woodside

    5:39

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    Jumpin' At The Woodside · Oscar Peterson

    Plays Count Basie

    ℗ 1955 The Verve Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1956-01-01

    Associated Performer, Drums: Buddy Rich
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Herb Ellis
    Associated Performer, Double Bass: Ray Brown
    Producer: Norman Granz
    Composer: Count Basie

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  • Joe Pass & NHOP - Live at Antibes, France 1979

    27:58

    Joe Pass & Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen (NHOP) duet.
    Live at Antibes (France) 23-07-1979
    Réalisation: Jean-Christophe Averty

    00:00 If I Were A Bell
    06:33 I Can't Get Started
    11:40 Samba De Orfeu
    17:36 Nuages (jazz guitar solo transcription:
    24:28 This Masquerade

    Watch part2 (video!) at:


    Digitized by Gilles Rea

  • Bachs Blues

    9:14

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    Bach's Blues (Live) · Oscar Peterson

    Oscar Peterson Live!

    ℗ 1990 Pablo Records

    Released on: 1990-01-01

    Producer: Oscar Peterson
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Joe Pass
    Associated Performer, Double Bass: David Young
    Associated Performer, Drums: Martin Drew
    Composer Lyricist: Oscar Peterson

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Joe Pass Trio - You Are The Sunshine Of My Life

    5:48

    Live at Donte's (1974) - Track 5

    I love Joe in trio/quartet settings... here he performs a tight set, live at Donte's in LA, accompanied by Jim Hughart and Frank Severino. Joe was peaking professional around this time... Virtuoso and The Trio (with Oscar Peterson) had both been released within the past year. This is another fun Stevie Wonder cover (I uploaded a solo version earlier :)

    Joe Pass (guitar), Jim Hughart (bass), Frank Severino (drums)

  • Satin Doll

    8:21

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    Satin Doll (Live) · Oscar Peterson

    A Summer Night In Munich

    ℗ 2006 Concord Music Group, Inc.

    Released on: 1999-01-01

    Composer Lyricist: Duke Ellington

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  • Solar Winds

    6:51

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    Solar Winds · Oscar Peterson Quartet

    Night Child

    ℗ 1979 Pablo Records

    Released on: 1979-01-01

    Producer: Norman Granz
    Associated Performer, Piano: Oscar Peterson
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Joe Pass
    Associated Performer, Double Bass: Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen
    Associated Performer, Drums: Louis Bellson
    Composer: Oscar Peterson

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  • Oscar Peterson, Joe Pass & Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen - On A Clear Day

    7:51

    The Good Life (1973) - Track 5

    Recorded during the same live sessions as The Trio (which youtube is blocking in North America on copyright ground grrr), this is my favorite track from The Good Life. Extraordinary solos and chemistry between the 3 virtuosos... Joe does some nice comping through Oscar's solo, then takes his own solo around 4:12.

    Oscar Peterson (piano), Joe Pass (guitar), Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen (bass)

  • OSCAR PETERSON Documentary FULL

    53:01

  • Are We Wrong About Oscar Peterson?

    6:51

    Peter Martin & Adam Maness break down the art and mastery of Oscar Peterson.
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  • Joe Pass - Blue Side of Jazz

    54:42

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  • Count Basie Orchestra - Full Concert - 08/19/90 - Newport Jazz Festival

    1:9:23

    Count Basie Orchestra - Full Concert
    Recorded Live: 8/19/1990 - Newport Jazz Festival (Newport, RI)

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    Setlist:
    0:00:00 - Hey Jim
    0:04:39 - Blues In Hoss' Flat
    0:10:50 - Everything Happens To Me
    0:15:24 - We Be Jammin'
    0:19:18 - Don't Burst My Bubble
    0:24:06 - Young And Foolish
    0:29:31 - See See Rider
    0:31:37 - Wurlibird
    0:37:36 - Without A Song
    0:41:58 - Skylark
    0:47:25 - On Green Dolphin Street
    0:51:51 - How Do You Keep the Music Playing?
    0:57:42 - I Only Have Eyes For You
    1:00:36 - Basie's Bag
    1:04:22 - April In Paris

  • Oscar Peterson and Count Basie Live 1974

    37:48

    Oscar Peterson and Count Basie Live at Prague Jazz Festival Nov. 8 1974

  • Oscar Peterson & Count Basie Jumpin at the Woodside Live 1980

    3:22

    Peteron & Basie performing Jumpin' At The Woodside with Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen and Martin Drew

  • R B

    5:32

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    R B · Count Basie · Oscar Peterson

    Satch And Josh

    ℗ 1975 Pablo Records, Inc.

    Released on: 1975-01-01

    Producer: Norman Granz
    Associated Performer, Bass (vocal): Ray Brown
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Freddie Green
    Associated Performer, Drums: Louie Bellson
    Associated Performer, Piano, Organ: Count Basie
    Associated Performer, Piano: Oscar Peterson
    Composer Lyricist: Oscar Peterson
    Composer Lyricist: Count Basie

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  • Memories Of You

    4:56

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    Memories Of You · Count Basie · Oscar Peterson

    Night Rider

    ℗ 1980 Pablo Records

    Released on: 1980-01-01

    Associated Performer, Organ: Count Basie
    Associated Performer, Piano: Oscar Peterson
    Associated Performer, Bass (vocal): John Heard
    Associated Performer, Drums: Louis Bellson
    Producer: Norman Granz
    Author: Andy Razaf
    Composer: Eubie Blake

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  • Oscar peterson - Jim

    7:17

    Last Call Blue Note (1990 live album)
    Oscar Peterson Piano
    Ray Brown Bass

  • R B by Count Basie & Oscar Peterson

    5:41

    . .. . from the CD Satch & Josh . .. . I'm guessing R B has something to do with the bass player in this little 'trio' number ... Ray Brown ...

  • Oscar Peterson - Charlie transcription by Harrison Ferlauto

    4:06

    Charlie is a beautiful waltz written by Oscar Peterson in 1979. Following is the original BBC tape of OP and the trio from 1980. Transcription available for free at

  • Rent Party

    9:25

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    Rent Party · Count Basie · Oscar Peterson

    The Timekeepers

    ℗ 1983 Fantasy, Inc.

    Released on: 1983-01-01

    Producer: Norman Granz
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Val Valentin
    Associated Performer, Piano: Oscar Peterson
    Associated Performer, Piano: Count Basie
    Associated Performer, Drums: Louis Bellson
    Associated Performer, Bass (vocal): John Heard
    Composer Lyricist: Count Basie
    Composer Lyricist: Oscar Peterson

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  • Night Child

    10:51

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    Night Child (Live) · The Oscar Peterson Big 4

    Freedom Song: The Oscar Peterson Big 4 In Japan '82

    ℗ 1983 Fantasy, Inc.

    Released on: 1983-01-01

    Producer: Oscar Peterson
    Composer: Oscar Peterson

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  • Blues for Roy

    6:01

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    Blues for Roy (Instrumental) · Count Basie · Oscar Peterson

    Yessir, That's My Baby

    ℗ 1986 Pablo Records, Inc.

    Released on: 1986-01-01

    Composer Lyricist: Count Basie
    Composer Lyricist: Oscar Peterson

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  • 07. Louie B. / Count Basie & Oscar Peterson - Satch and Josh

    6:22

    07. Louie B.


    01. Buns Blues
    02. These Foolish Things (Remind Me Of You)
    03. R. B.
    04. Burning
    05. Exactly Like You
    06. Jumpin' At The Woodside
    07. Louie B.
    08. Lester Leaps In
    09. Big Stockings
    10. S & J Blues


    Count Basie & Oscar Peterson - Satch and Josh (1974)
    Oscar Peterson - piano
    Count Basie - piano, organ
    Freddie Green - guitar
    Ray Brown - double bass
    Louie Bellson - drums

  • Clark Terry & Oscar Peterson: Mumbles - Live at the Town Hall

    4:25

    ORDER Oscar, With Love NOW!!!

    In honour of Clark's 94th birthday we are sharing some special footage that was taken during the live recording A Tribute to Oscar Peterson: Live at The Town Hall from 1996/1997. OP & CT performing Mumbles together was always everyone's favourite. Keep an eye out for CT playing his horn upside down! To send him a message for his birthday and to keep up with his journal, visit

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  • Joe Pass Lil Darlin Live@Montreux

    4:43

    Joe Pass Lil' Darlin' Live@Montreux Digital III Joe Pass,Ella Fitzgerald,Count Basie. Recorded in 1979.

  • Oscar Peterson et Joe Pass - If Vinyl

    7:55

    *Sound correction with new digital technique mono to stereo ! (Source: Vinyl)

  • Ella Fitzgerald & Count Basie - A Tisket a Tasket

    12:39

    Eagle Vision is delighted to be continuing the release of DVD's from the archives of the prestigious Montreux Jazz Festival.


    Ella Fitzgerald is regarded by many as the greatest jazz singer of all time and was one of the dominant figures in the genre throughout the second half of the twentieth century.

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  • Hallelujah I Love Her So / Count Basie Orchestra Live in Tokyo 1985

    5:46

    Recorded on 1985.11.11 at Shinjyuku-Koseinenkin-Kaikan,Tokyo,Japan.
    Conducted by Thad Jones
    ①Hallelujah I Love Her So (Vo : Joe Williams)
    ②Alright ,Okay,You Win (Vo : Nancy Wilson & Joe Williams)

  • oscar petrson and count basie

    4:36

    slow blues

  • Oscar Peterson Four ft. Joe Pass - LImpossible

    6:07

    If You Could See Me Now (1983) - Track 4

    Oscar Peterson was extremely prolific as a recording artist in the 70's and 80's. Joe often accompanied him.. both live and in studio. 'L'Impossible' is one of my favorite Oscar Peterson compositions.. Joe turns in a gorgeous solo at 0:57.

    Oscar Peterson (piano), Joe Pass (guitar), Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen (bass), Martin Drew (drums)

  • 10. S & J Blues / Count Basie & Oscar Peterson - Satch and Josh

    7:56

    10. S & J Blues


    01. Buns Blues
    02. These Foolish Things (Remind Me Of You)
    03. R. B.
    04. Burning
    05. Exactly Like You
    06. Jumpin' At The Woodside
    07. Louie B.
    08. Lester Leaps In
    09. Big Stockings
    10. S & J Blues



    Count Basie & Oscar Peterson - Satch and Josh (1974)
    Oscar Peterson - piano
    Count Basie - piano, organ
    Freddie Green - guitar
    Ray Brown - double bass
    Louie Bellson - drums

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