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Oscar Pettiford And His Jazz Groups - Remember Oscar Pettiford mp3 track

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Performer: Oscar Pettiford And His Jazz Groups
Title: Remember Oscar Pettiford
Country: US
Style: Hard Bop
Category: Jazz
Rating: 4.6 ✦
Other format: AAC AHX DXD TTA APE ASF XM

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Montmartre Blues Out
Composed By – Pettiford*
6:45
A2 Laverne Walk
Composed By – Pettiford*
5:15
A3 Two Little Pearls
Composed By – Pettiford*
5:40
A4 Blue Brothers
Composed By – Hjulmand*
4:00
B1 Why Not? That's What!
Composed By – Pettiford*
7:20
B2 My Little Cello
Composed By – Pettiford*
3:35
B3 There Will Never Be Another You
Written-By – Warren*, Gordon*
5:50
B4 Willow Weep For Me
Composed By – Ronell*
3:00
B5 Just You, Just Me
Composed By – Greer*
5:50

Credits

  • Bass – Oscar Pettiford
  • Drums – Jørn Elniff (tracks: A1, A2, B1, B2), Kenny Clarke (tracks: B5)
  • Piano – Bud Powell (tracks: B5), Jan Johansson (tracks: A1 to A3, B1 to B4)
  • Tenor Saxophone – Coleman Hawkins (tracks: B5), Erik Nordström (tracks: A1 to A3, B1, B2)
  • Trumpet – Allan Botschinsky (tracks: A1, A2, B1, B2)
  • Vibraphone – Louis Hjulmand (tracks: A1 to B3)

Notes

Made in Holland. Printed in Holland.

Subtitle on front cover and spine: "Image Of A Great Bassist"

A Debut Recording. Originally released with the title "My Little Cello" on Debut Records , DEB 132.

Company credit for [Cover Photograph]: Combi-Press.

Liner notes have been edited and brought up to date from Erik Wiedemann's original notes written in 1960.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society (Side A): B.I.E.M.
  • Rights Society (Side B): B.I.E.M. / Chappell & Co. Ltd. / Francis Day
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, Side A): 6 AA 688 601 1L 1 670 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, Side B): 6 AA 688 601 2L 1 670 11
  • Matrix / Runout (Label, Side A): 688 601.1 L
  • Matrix / Runout (Label, Side B): 688 601.2 L

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
JLP 64 Oscar Pettiford Last Recordings By The Late Great Bassist ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Jazzland JLP 64 US 1962
JLP 964 Oscar Pettiford Last Recordings By The Late Great Bassist ‎(LP, Album) Jazzland JLP 964 US 1962


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Subtitle on front cover and spine: "Image Of A Great Bassist". Rights Society (Side A): . Rights Society (Side B): . Chappell & Co. Lt. Francis Day.

My Little Cello is an album by bassist/cellist and composer Oscar Pettiford which was recorded in Copenhagen in 1960 and first issued on the Danish Debut label. The album features Pettiford's final studio recordings and was rereleased with additional tracks as Last Recordings by the Late, Great Bassist and Montmartre Blues. The title was also used for a reissue of The New Oscar Pettiford Sextet on Fantasy in 1964 with additional material.

Oscar Pettiford And His Jazz Groups : My Little Cello (aka Last Recordings By The Late Great Bassist aka Remember Oscar Pettiford) is a bop music album recording by OSCAR PETTIFORD released in 1960 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. US release of the same title from 1964 (Fantasy ‎– 6010)has same cover art but totally different track list and in fact presents reissue of 1953 LP "The New Oscar Pettiford Sextet"(Debut Records ‎– DLP-8,US)with two bonus tracks. The New Oscar Pettiford Sextet Original Jazz Classics 1999.

Oscar Pettiford (September 30, 1922 – September 8, 1960) was an American jazz double bassist, cellist and composer. He was one of the earliest musicians to work in the bebop idiom. Pettiford was born at Okmulgee, Oklahoma. His mother was Choctaw, and his father was half Cherokee and half African American.

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