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Playlist of Stan Getz

  • Joao Gilberto & Stan Getz - Full Album


    RIP Joao Gilberto (1931-2019), your music and persona will never be forgotten.

    Joao Gilberto was the creator of the Bossa Nova, his entire discography is a work of art and this album just shows how talented Joao was as a musician.

    Joao Gilberto & Stan Getz Grammy Winner Album (1963)

    No copyright infringement intended, all ads are placed by YouTube and the owner of the music rights gets 100% of its revenue.

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  • The Best of Stan Getz


    00:00:00 Blues for Mary Jane
    00:07:51 Too Close for Comfort
    00:14:51 Of Thee I Sing
    00:18:58 Ballad
    00:24:46 Nobody Else but Me
    00:28:19 Blue Bells
    00:35:27 Cherokee
    00:44:46 Anything Goes
    00:48:27 A Handful of Stars
    00:51:43 Flamingo
    00:59:11 This Can't Be Love
    01:08:00 Gladys
    01:15:47 Jumpin' at the Woodside
    01:24:14 Down by the Sycamore Tree
    01:27:16 Love Is Here to Stay
    01:30:37 Medley : Tenderly / Autumn in New-York / East of the Sun / I Can't Get Started
    01:38:48 Let's Fall in Love
    01:45:19 Roundup Time
    01:52:25 That Old Feeling
    01:58:23 Serenade in Blue

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  • Stan Getz - Misty


    Stan Getz: tenor saxophone
    Herbie Hancock: piano
    Gary Burton: vibraphone
    Ron Carter: bass
    Elvin Jones: drums

  • Stan Getz - The Final Concert


    The Stan Getz Group live at Munich Philarmonie, Munchen, 1990
    Stan Getz - Tenor Saxophone
    Kenny Barron - Piano
    Eddie Del Barrio & Frank Zottoli - Synthesizers
    Alex Blake - Bass
    Terri Lyne Carrington - Drums

    Apasionado, On a Slow Boat to China, Soul Eyes, Espanola, Coba, Seven Steps to Heaven, El Cajon, Yours and Mine, Voyage, Lonely Lady, Blood Count, What Is This Thing Called Love?, People Time, Amorous Cat

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  • Stan Getz for Lovers


    Stan Getz - Getz for Lovers

    01 Moonlight In Vermont 0:00
    02 Corcovado (Quiet Nights Of Quiet Stars) 2:21
    03 I'm Glad There Is 6:40
    04 But Beautiful 11:20
    05 O Grande Amor 16:00
    06 Alfie 21:30
    07 Here's That Rainy Day 24:25
    08 Body And Soul 29:30
    09 The Look Of Love 32:50
    10 Little Girl Blue 35:34
    11 Para Machuchar Meu Coracao 39:16
    12 Detour Ahead 44:21
    13 Melinda 47:53
    14 The Girl From Ipanema 52:57
    15 If Ever I Would Leave You 58:15



  • Stan Getz - One of the greatest saxophonists of all time


    Stan Getz – Tribute To Stan Getz, Over two hours of swing and romantic jazz with one of the greatest saxophonists of all time

    00:00 - Perdido
    04:24 - Ballad
    10:11 - Whisper Not
    15:15 - It Never Entered My Mind
    19:22 - When I Go I Go All the Way
    23:23 - Goodbye
    27:49 - I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me
    33:12 - Everything Happens to Me
    40:24 - Who Could Care?
    45:11 - A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square
    52:11 - Samba Dees Days
    55:46 - Desafinado
    01:01:38 - Morning of Carnival
    01:07:27 - Three Stars Will Shine Tonight
    01:09:54 - Serenade In Blue
    01:13:47 - The Thrill Is Gone
    01:18:51 - Early Autumn
    01:23:37 - A New Town Is a Blue Town
    01:26:18 - Round Midnight
    01:29:26 - Born to Be Blue
    01:33:20 - Gold Rush
    01:37:43 - I'm Late I'm Late
    01:45:56 - The Duck
    01:48:29 - Samba Triste
    01:53:16 - E Luxo So
    01:56:59 - Nobody Else But Me
    02:00:34 - Down By the Sycomore Tree
    02:03:38 - Rustic Hop
    02:07:24 - Over the Rainbow
    02:12:49 - Jeepers Creepers

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  • Astrud Gilberto and Stan Getz - The Girl From Ipanema LIVE


    Please contact me if you know from which tv show this is OR how I can get a HQ copy of this.
    I asked the person who originally put this on YouTube, but he doesn't respond.

  • There Will Never Be Another You


    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    There Will Never Be Another You · Stan Getz Quartet

    The Steamer

    ℗ 1956 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1957-12-01

    Producer: Norman Granz
    Associated Performer, Tenor Saxophone: Stan Getz
    Associated Performer, Piano: Lou Levy
    Associated Performer, Drums: Stan Levey
    Associated Performer, Double Bass: Leroy Vinnegar
    Composer: Harry Warren
    Author: Mack Gordon

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Stan Getz. : Desafinado & The Girl From Ipanema


    Napa Valley (California) in 1983.
    Dear Youtube User
    If you are the COPYRIGHT OWNER of this performance I kindly ask you to first contact me requesting to delete the
    video but avoiding to fill a complaint to YouTube administration and I WILL DELETE IT IMMEDIATELY.
    It is in fact impossible for me to know if some of my videos constitute copyright infringement because all the material I uploaded is the result of TV recording and passion for the music.
    I uploaded the video just to promote the music I love.
    I don't want problems with anybody and I never intended to break the copyright law.

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  • Stan Getz & Chet Baker in Stockholm 1983


  • Stan Getz Performs Wave - Copenhagen 1970s


    Tenor saxophonist Stan Getz performs Jobim's Wave

  • Stan Getz and Chet Baker Just Friends 1983


    Part of a concert in Stockholm Feb. 18 1983

  • Stan Getz - Corcovado


    the bossa years

  • Desafinado


    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Desafinado · Stan Getz · João Gilberto · Antonio Carlos Jobim

    Getz / Gilberto

    ℗ A Verve Label Group Release; ℗ 1963 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1964-03-01

    Producer: Creed Taylor
    Associated Performer, Tenor Saxophone: Stan Getz
    Composer Lyricist: Antonio Carlos Jobim
    Composer Lyricist: Newton Ferreira de Mendonça

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Stan Getz-Vintage Getz


  • Stan Getz - The Mellow Sound


    Stan Getz - The Mellow Sound

    01 Easy Living 0:00
    02 Liz-Anne 7:43
    03 Mar-cia 11:32
    04 A Time For Love 14:12
    05 How Long Has This Been Going on 20:49
    06 My Old Flame 26:42
    07 Close Enough For Love 29:24



  • Bill Evans & Stan Getz - But Beautiful


    But Beautiful is a jazz album by the Bill Evans Trio with Stan Getz, recorded live in Europe in 1974 and released in 1996.

    Personel: Stan Getz (tsx) Bill Evans (p) Eddie Gómez (bs) Marty Morell (dr)
    Released: 1996
    Recorded: August, 1974
    Label: Milestone MCD 9249-2
    Producer: Helen Keane

    0:00 Grandfather's Waltz (Lasse Farnlof, Gene Lees)
    8:08 Stan's Blues (Gigi Gryce)
    13:56 But Beautiful (Jimmy Van Heusen, Johnny Burke)
    19:38 Emily (Johnny Mandel, Johnny Mercer)
    25:18 Lover Man (James Davis, Roger Ramirez, Jimmy Sherman)
    33:21 Funkallero (Bill Evans)
    39:57 The Peacocks (James G. Rowles)
    47:12 You and the Night and the Music (Arthur Schwartz, Howard Dietz)
    54:50 See-Saw (Coleman)
    1:01:32 The Two Lonely People (Bill Evans, Carol Hall)

    Aside from a series of studio sessions a decade earlier for Verve, this LP represents the only other meeting featuring Stan Getz with pianist Bill Evans. Originally issued by the notorious bootleg label Jazzdoor with six selections from a Laren, Holland concert in 1974, Milestone acquired the masters for a legitimate release and added four bonus tunes from a concert in Antwerp, Belgium a week later. Getz meshes almost perfectly with Evans' trio (with bassist Eddie Gómez and drummer Marty Morell), with only one sore spot: Getz ignored the pianist's request not to play the under-rehearsed Stan's Blues, which provoked Evans into quickly dropping out and signaling his sidemen to avoid solos of their own. But the remaining tracks are all invigorating, particularly Evans' brisk Funkallero and the lush take of Jimmy Rowles' ballad The Peacocks. It seems a shame that there were not additional opportunities for Getz and Evans to work together on other occasions, but it is possible that their strong personalities would have clashed. Highly recommended!

  • The Girl from Ipanema Astrud Gilberto, João Gilberto and Stan Getz


    The Girl from Ipanema (Garota de Ipanema) written in 1962 by Antonio Carlos Jobim with lyrics in Portuguese by Vinicius de Moraes and in English by Norman Gimbel was recorded by Astrud Gilberto, João Gilberto and Stan Getz, in March 1963 as part of the album Getz/Gilberto, released March 1964 on the Verve label. An abbreviated single version was released reaching number one on the Pop Standard chart and was named Record of the Year in 1965. The album won the 1965 Grammy Awards for Best Album of the Year, Best Jazz Instrumental Album - Individual or Group and Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical. The personel are Stan Getz - tenor saxophone, João Gilberto - guitar, vocals, Astrud Gilberto -- vocals, Antonio Carlos Jobim - piano, Sebastião Neto -- bass, and Milton Banana - drums. The version presented here is the long one from the album and is, in my opinion, superior to the shortened one which received a great deal of play on the radio during the summer of 1964. The album is available on CD on Verve. This sound recording is administered by UMG. No copyright infringement is intended. This purpose of this upload is for viewer enjoyment and education not for monetary gain.

  • John Coltrane, Stan Getz, Oscar Peterson, - Hackensack


    John Coltrane and Stan Getz together is rare. Recorded in Germany 1960. Oscar Peterson pno. Paul Chambers bass, Jimmy Cobb drs. I hope it makes you as happy as it makes me

  • Stan Getz & Joao Gilberto - Corcovado


    Getz/Gilberto - 1963 - 05 Corcovado

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  • Stan Getz & Joao Gilberto - Desafinado


    Getz/Gilberto - 1963 - 04 Desafinado

  • Stan Getz - Jazz Goes To College-66


    1.Six, Nix, Quix, Flix
    2.A Singing Song
    3.The Sunset Dell
    4.Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square
    5.O Morro
    6.Jive Hoot
    7.When The World Was Young
    8.scrapple From The Apple

    Live From London School Of Economics

    Stan Getz - tenor sax
    Gary Burton - vibraphone
    Steve Swallow - bass
    Roy Haynes - drums

  • Stan Getz - Manha De Carnaval


    Album: Round Midnight

  • Stan Getz - Falling in love


    Falling in love: da Serenity 1991

  • Dear Old Stockholm - Stan Getz & Chet Baker


    The Stockholm Concerts (2nd Concert)
    Recorded at Södra Teatern, Stockholm,
    Sweden on February 18, 1983


    Old postcards of different sites in Stockholm

  • Beatrice


    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Beatrice · Stan Getz

    Bossas & Ballads

    ℗ 2003 The Verve Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 2003-01-01

    Associated Performer, Piano: Kenny Barron
    Associated Performer, Double Bass: George Mraz
    Associated Performer, Drums: Victor Lewis
    Producer: Herb Alpert
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer, Mix Engineer: Al Schmitt
    Composer Lyricist: Sam Rivers

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Bill Evans Trio featuring Stan Getz - The Peacocks


    Bill Evans Trio featuring Stan Getz - The Peacocks / Stan Getz & Bill Evans - But Beautiful ( )

  • The Stan Getz Quartet - Yesterdays Gardenias


    Listen to Stan Getz's Getz At The Gate -

    Music video by The Stan Getz Quartet performing Yesterday's Gardenias (Live). © 2019 UMG Recordings, Inc.

  • Hermeto Pascoal & Grupo w/ Stan Getz - 1º Festival Internacional de Jazz de São Paulo


    00:01 Branca
    00:41 Pra frente Brasil hermético
    03:12 Free intro to Forro em Santo André
    4:16 Forró em Santo André
    07:15 -solo de bandolin (mandolin solo)
    14:21 Chick Corea in the audience
    14:30 Hermeto introduces Heraldo do Monte
    19:20 Hermeto and Heraldo trading notes
    21:43 Stan Getz is called upon stage

    This is a video from the legendary night when giants such as Heraldo do Monte, Stan Getz, Chick Corea and John Mclaughlin sat in with Hermeto Pascoal & Grupo on stage in the very first international jazz festival in Brazil. Unfortunately only a small glimpse of this gig is currently available on video. No one is sure if there are still footages left to be revealed to the world... These days it was not uncommon to a Herneto gig to last 3+ hours. This one is said to have gone through the night...

    Vídeo da noite lendária na qual vultos como Heraldo do Monte, Stan Getz, Chick Corea e John Mclaughlin deram canja com Hermeto Pascoal & Grupo no primeiríssimo festival internacional de jazz no Brasil. Infelizmente apenas uma porção tem circulado junto ao público e ninguém tem certeza se existem outras partes do show filmadas. Nesta época não era incomum que as apresentações do Hermeto durassem mais que 3 horas. Essa em particular foi noite adentro, aparentemente...
    Itiberê Zwarg: Baixo
    Jovino Santos Neto: Keyboards
    Nenê: Drums
    Pernambuco: Percussion
    Cacau: Winds

    Special guests Heraldo do Monte (guitar) and Stan Getz (sax)

  • Samba De Uma Nota So - Stan Getz/Charlie Byrd - HQ


  • 01. Sambalero | Stan Getz & Luiz Bonfá


    Composição: Luiz Bonfá
    Arranjo:Luiz Bonfá
    Álbum: Jazz Samba Encore!
    Artista: Stan Getz, Luiz Bonfá
    Ano: 1963

  • If You Go Away - Helen Merrill & Stan Getz


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    Stan Getz - tenor saxophone
    Daniel Humair - drums
    Joachim Kuhn - piano
    Torrie Zito - piano
    Helen Merrill - vocals
    Jean-Francois / Jenny Clark - bass__
    Disclaimer:These videos were made for promotional purposes. I DO NOT own the rights to any of the songs, pictures or videos used in the footage. All credit and rights are reserved to their respective owners and talented artists. If you do not wish your work to be exposed, send me a private message and I will remove it immediately. But please consider the effort I put in compiling all videos.

  • Stan Getz - Voyage


    Siguenos en Facebook:
    Un tema de Kenny Barron. Interpretado por Stan Getz (ts), Kenny Barron (p), Rufus Reid (b), Victor Lewis (dr). Del DVD Stan Getz Quartet. In Copenhagen 1987 Grabado en el Café Montmartre el 6 de julio de 1987.

  • Stan Getz & Joao Gilberto - Retrato en Branco e Prieto


    Retrato en Branco e Prieto

  • Stan Getz feat João Gilberto & Miucha - Izaura


    The Best Of Two Worlds (1976)


    Tenor Saxophone - Stan Getz
    Guitar/Vocals - João Gilberto
    Pianist/Composer - Antonio Carlos Jobim
    Arranger - Oscar Castro Neves
    Drums - Billy Hart
    Drums - Grady Tate
    Percussions - Airto Moreira
    Percussions - Ray Armando
    Percussions - Ruben Bassini
    Bass - Steve Swallow
    Piano - Albert Dailey
    Vocals - Heloisa Buarque de Hollanda (Miúcha)

  • Stan Getz & Flora Purim


    Stanley Cowell
    Miroslav Vitous
    Jack Dejohnette

    Paris - 1969

  • Samba De Uma Nota So-Charlie Byrd and Stan Getz


    I just wanted to upload this beautiful song because I used to listen to it all the time on here, and then it got taken down so I wasn't able to listen to it for a while. I do not own this song nor am I trying to infringe on any copyright.

  • Stan Getz - Sweet Rain .


    Sweet Rain is a jazz album by Stan Getz, released on the Verve record label in 1967.

    I've been a Getz fan for over a half century, and vividly remember when this album was first released (the same year I joined the Navy). I view this as his third phase segueing from an identifiable Lester Young influence to Brazilian and into this freer style. Actually, there was a short bridge between the Lester Young influenced style and the Bossa Nova phase, but it flew by quickly.

    Listen to the sound samples on this page and you will hear Getz backed by a rhythm section along the same lines as Scott LaFaro and Paul Motian backing Bill Evans or Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter and Tony Williams backing Miles Davis and Wayne Shorter. The rhythm is free and flowing, even on tracks like O Grande Amor where the rhythm section is loosely tied to formula of Brazilian music. On this album Chick Corea on piano, Ron Carter on bass and Grady Tate on drums prove to be on the same level as the aforementioned rhythm sections.In fact, this album serves as a study in flow and interplay backing a front line melody instrument played by the likes of Getz.

    I do want to point out that the credits on the track listing (at the time of this review) make no sense whatsoever. For example, tracks 1, 4 and 5 credit Bill Evans and Chick Corea and Stan Getz. First, Evans is nowhere near this album, and second, composer credits for tracks 1 and 5 go to Corea, to Jobim and DeMoraes for track 2, to Mike Gibbs for track 3 and to Dizzy Gillespie for track 4.

    This album was recorded for Verve in just two days (March 21 and 30, 1967) at Rudy van Gelder's Englewood Cliffs, NJ studio. It's certainly a transitional album for Getz, and is a bit on the short side at 37:29, but is recommended for die hard fans...(By Mike Tarrani; March 31, 2015;Amazon)
    01.Litha (Chick Corea)...(00:00)
    02.O Grande Amor (Antonio Carlos Jobim)...(08:22)
    03.Sweet Rain (Mike Gibbs)...(13:08)
    04.Con Alma (Dizzy Gillespie)...(20:20)
    05.Windows (Chick Corea)...(28:27).
    1.Stan Getz - tenor sax
    2.Chick Corea - piano
    3.Ron Carter - bass
    4.Grady Tate - drums.
    Recorded: at Van Gelder Studio,Englewood Cliffs;N.J;March 21 & 30, 1967.
    tr.1-3 (March 21);tr.4-5 (March 30)
    Label:Verve Records – V-8693
    Engineer – Rudy Van Gelder
    Engineer [Director of engineering] – Val Valentin
    Photography By – Tom Zimmermann
    Original liner notes - Johnny Magnus
    Producer – Creed Taylor.

  • João Gilberto & Stan Getz O Grande Amor


    João Gilberto & Stan Getz interpretam O Grande Amor do maestro Antonio Carlos Jobim.
    Esta parceria nos rendeu um dos melhores álbuns de jazz de todos os tempos!!!!!

  • Stan Getz Quartet - Where or When


    Stan Getz Quartet - Where or When (1957)

    Personnel: Stan Getz (tenor sax), Lou Levy (piano), Leroy Vinnegar (bass), Stan Levey (drums)

    from the album 'AWARD WINNER' (Verve Records)

  • Stan Getz - It Never Entered My Mind


    This is a delicious version of this song, and I couldn't find it anywhere. Sad how beautiful masterpieces get buried sometimes. So, I decided to put it up here myself. Enjoy.

    The rights of the song belong to: VERVE RECORDS

  • Stan Getz & Charlie Byrd - E Luxo So


    Jazz Samba, 1962
    jazz, my air!

  • STAN GETZ & CHARLIE BYRD - Desafinado Full-Length and Highest Quality!


    The Desafinado single was a Top 20 hit in 1962; however, with it you hear only about one-third of the complete track. Here's the entire piece, and in the best quality stereo available. One of the greatest jazz hits ever.

  • A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square


    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square · Stan Getz · Bob Brookmeyer

    Recorded Fall '61

    ℗ 1961 The Verve Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1961-01-01

    Producer: Creed Taylor
    Author: Eric Maschwitz
    Composer: Manning Sherwin
    Arranger, Work Arranger: Robert Farnon

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Stan Getz U Jazz 90 - Soul Eyes


    Stan Getz - Tenor Sax
    Kenny Barron - Piano
    Alex Blake - Bass
    Terri L. Carrington - Drums

  • Stan Getz Samba De Una Nota


  • Stan Getz Quartet - Lush Life - North Sea Jazz Festival, 1980


    A perfect pairing of melody and musician. Tough and tender and heartbreaking. As someone said of Ben Webster's tone: like a sailor's kiss.

  • Stan Getz - Voyage


    Stan Getz (sax),
    Kenny Barron (piano),
    Alex Blake (bass),
    Terri Lyne Carrington (drums)

    Jazz à Antibes, 1990.

  • Stan Getz - The Night Has A Thousand Eyes


    Stan Getz - TS
    Jim McNealy - P
    Mark Johnson - B
    Victor Lewis - D

    includes comment from Stan & intro by Steve Allen

  • Stan Getz & The Oscar Peterson Trio - Ballad Medley


    Album: Stan Getz and the Oscar Peterson Trio
    Personnel: Stan Getz (ts), Oscar Peterson (p), Herb Ellis (g), Ray Brown (b)
    Recorded: October 10, 1957
    Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered / I Don't Know Why (I Just Do) / How Long Has This Been Going On? / I Can't Get Started / Polka Dots and Moonbeams



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