The Oscar Peterson Trio - Night Train


Label:

ORG - Original Recordings Group

Genre:

Jazz

Product No.:
AORG 029
Availability:
Limited Stock
Category:

45 RPM Vinyl Record


No. of Discs: 2
Note: 180 Gram

45 RPM

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$59.99

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Mastered by Bernie Grundman from the Original Analog Master Tapes! Only 2,500 Numbered Limited Edition Copies Worldwide!

Oscar Peterson has thoroughly assimilated not just every piano style that preceded him but every ensemble idiom as well: swinging big bands, gospel, European classical, and, of course, the blues. Having mastered all of this Peterson found the standard piano trio the perfect vehicle for exploring all of these types of music. In this classic LP, the crowning achievement in his greatest year, Peterson doesn't just explore these styles - he conquers them.

Musicians:
Oscar Peterson, piano
Ray Brown, bass
Ed Thigpen, drums



1. Happy-Go-Lucky Local (aka Night Train)
2. C-Jam Blues
3. Georgia on My Mind
4. Bags' Groove
5. Moten Swing
6. Easy Does It
7. The Honeydripper
8. Things Ain't What They Used To Be
9. I Got It Bad (and That Ain't Good)
10. Band Call
11. Hymn to Freedom
12. Happy-Go-Lucky Local
13. Volare
14. My Heart Belongs to Daddy
15. Motend Swing (rehearsal take)
16. Now's the Time
17. This Could Be the Start of Something

Customer Reviews (4.00 Stars) 4 person(s) rated this product.

Great music ... but where's Ray Brown?

posted on 07/31/2017
3 Stars
Reviewer: Ankan
I am a big fan of Oscar Peterson; with this one, I thought I was getting an Oscar Peterson Trio recording, but I think this vinyl reissue should have been credited to the Oscar Peterson Duo, since the bass is so buried in the mix that it's almost as if they forgot to activate Ray Brown's channel! I could finally hear him properly on increasing the volume to high levels, and even then, there was not much lower end and body to the bass, though the woody character and plucking came through a lot clearer. What is peculiar is that it does get better as you progress through the record, being worst on Side A of the first disc. After listening to that side, I actually immediately put on another record to make sure that there was nothing wrong with my equipment or my hearing! I guess I should have paid more attention to two of the previous reviews that mentioned poor recording quality. Very disappointing in terms of sound quality, especially for an expensive reissue.


Great album but....

posted on 04/21/2012
4 Stars
Reviewer: Scott
I love the music but in my opinion the sound quality isn't up there with my Analogue Productions and Music Matters 45 rpm albums.


Very nice

posted on 07/31/2010
4 Stars
Reviewer: audiolui
Music is very good. Most of the songs are great. The sound quality is decent, but not spectacular.


great musicians , great recording & mastering

posted on 12/26/2009
5 Stars
Reviewer: Daniel Simon- AUDIO ARCHIVES
sounds so superb, if only all vinyl sounded so good


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