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Stan Getz

One of the all-time great tenor saxophonists, Stan Getz was known as "The Sound" because he had one of the most beautiful tones ever heard. Getz, whose main early influence was Lester Young, grew to be a major influence himself, and to his credit he never stopped evolving.

Getz had the opportunity to play in a variety of major swing big bands while a teenager due to the World War II draft. He was with Jack Teagarden (1943) when he was just 16, followed by stints with Stan Kenton (1944-1945), Jimmy Dorsey (1945), and Benny Goodman (1945-1946); he soloed on a few records with Goodman. Getz, who had his recording debut as a leader in July 1946 with four titles, became famous during his period with Woody Herman's Second Herd (1947-1949), soloing (along with Zoot Sims, Herbie Steward, and Serge Chaloff) on the original version of "Four Brothers" and having his sound well-featured on the ballad "Early Autumn." After leaving Herman, Getz was (with the exception of some tours with Jazz at the Philharmonic) a leader for the rest of his life.

During the early '50s, Getz broke away from the Lester Young style to form his own musical identity, and he was soon among the most popular of all jazzmen. He discovered Horace Silver in 1950 and used him in his quartet for several months. After touring Sweden in 1951, he formed an exciting quintet that co-featured guitarist Jimmy Raney; their interplay on uptempo tunes and tonal blend on ballads were quite memorable. Getz's playing helped Johnny Smith have a hit in "Moonlight in Vermont"; during 1953-1954, Bob Brookmeyer made his group a quintet and, despite some drug problems during the decade, Getz was a constant poll winner. After spending 1958-1960 in Europe, the tenor man returned to the U.S. and recorded his personal favorite album, Focus, with arranger Eddie Sauter's Orchestra. Then, in February 1962, Getz helped usher in the bossa nova era by recording Jazz Samba with Charlie Byrd; their rendition of "Desafinado" was a big hit. During the next year, Getz made bossa nova-flavored albums with Gary McFarland's big band, Luiz Bonfá, and Laurindo Almeida, but it was Getz/Gilberto (a collaboration with Antonio Carlos Jobim and João Gilberto) that was his biggest seller, thanks in large part to "The Girl from Ipanema" (featuring the vocals of Astrud and João Gilberto).

Getz could have spent the next decade sticking to bossa nova, but instead he de-emphasized the music and chose to play more challenging jazz. His regular group during this era was a piano-less quartet with vibraphonist Gary Burton, he recorded with Bill Evans (1964), played throughout the 1965 Eddie Sauter soundtrack for Mickey One, and made the classic album Sweet Rain (1967) with Chick Corea. Although not all of Getz's recordings from the 1966-1980 period are essential, he proved that he was not afraid to take chances. Dynasty with organist Eddie Louiss (1971), Captain Marvel with Chick Corea (1972), and The Peacocks with Jimmy Rowles (1975) are high points. After utilizing pianist Joanne Brackeen in his 1977 quartet, Getz explored some aspects of fusion with his next unit, which featured keyboardist Andy Laverne. Getz even used an Echoplex on a couple of songs but, despite some misfires, most of his dates with this unit are worthwhile. However, purists were relieved when he signed with Concord in 1981 and started using a purely acoustic backup trio on most dates.

In 1987, Getz had a large tumor removed from behind his heart. Subsequent tests revealed that he had liver cancer and cirrhosis, most likely due to years of substance abuse. Undeterred, Getz embarked on a strict, herbal-based diet hoping to treat the lymphoma. By fall 1988, MRI scans revealed that the tumor had dramatically shrunken in size. Buoyed by the good news, Getz remained active, touring with pianist Kenny Barron and recording the albums Apasionado (1990) with Herb Alpert and You Gotta Pay the Band (1990) with vocalist Abbey Lincoln. Sadly, Getz's cancer never fully abated and he died on June 6, 1991 at age 64. His final recording, 1991's People Time, is (despite some shortness in the saxophonist's breath) a brilliant duet set with Barron. ~ Scott Yanow
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: Anthology, 1952-1955

Disc 1

1. Stella By Starlight

2. Stars Fell On Alabama

3. The Way You Look Tonight

4. Body And Soul

5. Rustic Hop

6. Lee

7. 'round About Midnight

8. Spring Is Here

9. The Nearness Of You

10. It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)

11. Nobody Else But Me

12. Down By The Sycamore Tree

13. I Hadn't Anyone Till You

14. With The Wind And The Rain In Your Hair

15. Flamingo

16. Lover Man

17. Open Country

Disc 2

1. Little Pony

2. Easy Living

3. Nails

4. Suddenly It's Spring

5. S-H-I-N-E

6. Of Thee I Sing

7. A Handful Of Stars

8. Love Is Here To Stay

9. Serenade In Blue

10. Cherokee

11. Everything Happens To Me

12. Get Happy

13. Over The Rainbow

14. Jeepers Creepers

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Track List: The Smoothest Operator

Disc 1

1. Opus De Bop

2. And The Angels Swing

3. Running Water

4. Don't Worry 'bout Me

5. Pardon My Bop

6. As I Live And I Bop

7. Interlude In Bebop

8. Bopelbath

9. Pinhead

10. Diaper Pin

11. Frosty

12. Battleground

13. Four And One Moore

14. Five Brothers

15. Battle Of The Saxes

16. Stan Gets Along

17. Stan's Mood

18. Slow

19. Fast

20. Skull Buster

21. Ante Room

22. Poop Deck

23. Pennies From Heaven

24. Indian Summer

25. Long Island Sound

26. Mar-Cia

27. Preservation

28. Crazy Chords

Disc 2

1. Stardust

2. Goodnight My Love

3. There's A Small Hotel

4. Too Marvelous For Words

5. I've Got You Under My Skin

6. What's New

7. Intoit

8. You Stepped Out Of A Dream

9. My Old Flame

10. The Lady In Red

11. Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams

12. On The Alamo

13. Gone With The Wind

14. Yesterdays

15. Sweetie Pie

16. You Go To My Head

17. Hershey Bar

18. Tootsie Roll

19. Strike Up The Band

20. Imagination

21. For Stompers Only (Navy Blue)

22. Out Of Nowhere

23. 's Wonderful

24. Penny

25. Split Kick

26. It Might As Well Be Spring

27. The Best Thing For You

Disc 3

1. S'cool Boys

2. Ack, Varmeland Du Skona

3. I'm Getting Sentimental Over You

4. I Only Have Eyes For You

5. Prelude To A Kiss

6. Night And Day

7. Don't Get Scared

8. Flamingo

9. Melody Express

10. Yvette

11. Potter's Luck

12. The Song Is You

13. Wildwood

14. Thou Swell

15. The Song Is You

16. Mosquito Knees

17. Pennies From Heaven

18. Move

19. Parker 51

20. Hershey Bar

Disc 4

1. Rubberneck

2. Signal

3. Everything Happens To Me

4. Jumpin' With Symphony Sid

5. Yesterdays

6. Budo

7. Wildwood

8. Where Or When

9. Tabu

10. Moonlight In Vermont

11. Jaguar

12. Sometimes I'm Happy

13. Stars Fell On Alabama

14. Nice Work If You Can Get It

15. Tenderly

16. Stella By Starlight

17. Time On My Hands

18. 'tis Autumn

19. The Way You Look Tonight

20. Lover Come Back To Me

21. Body And Soul

22. Stars Fell On Alabama

23. You Turned The Tables On Me

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Track List: To Go

1. The Girl From Ipanema

2. Tour's End

3. Thanks For The Memory

4. How About You?

5. It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)

6. Desafinado (Off Key)

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Track List: Stan Getz Plays For Lovers

1. Easy Living

2. How Long Has This Been Going On?

3. Spring Is Here

4. For All We Know

5. My Old Flame

6. Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?) (live)

7. But Beautiful (live)

8. Close Enough For Love

9. Time For Love

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Track List: The Chronological Classics: Stan Getz 1953

1. Love And The Weather

2. It Don't Mean A Thing

3. Spring Is Here

4. The Varsity Drag

5. Crazy Rhythm

8. Willow Weep For Me

9. I Didn't Know What Time It Was

10. Tangerine

11. The Nearness Of You

12. Pot Luck

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Track List: Bossas And Ballads: The Lost Sessions

1. Sunshower

2. Yours And Mine

3. Joanne Julia

4. Soul Eyes

5. Spiral

6. Beatrice

7. The Wind

8. El Sueno

9. Feijoada

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Track List: Getz For Lovers

1. Moonlight In Vermont

2. Corcovado (Quiet Nights Of Quiet Stars)

3. I'm Glad There Is You

4. But Beautiful

5. O Grande Amor

6. Alfie

7. Here's That Rainy Day

8. Body And Soul

9. The Look Of Love

10. Little Girl Blue

11. Para Machuchar Meu Coracao

12. Detour Ahead

13. Melinda

14. The Girl From Ipanema

15. If Ever I Would Leave You

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Track List: The Final Concert Recording

Disc 1

1. Apasionado

3. Soul Eyes

5. Coba

Disc 2

1. Yours And Mine

2. Voyage

3. Lonely Lady

4. Blood Count

5. What Is This Thing Called Love

7. Amorous Cat

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Track List: Jazz 'Round Midnight

1. Chega De Saudade

2. Desafinado

3. Bahia

4. Ebony Samba

5. It Might As Well Be Spring

7. O Grande Amor

9. Sambalero

10. Menina Moca

11. O Morro Nao Tem Vez

12. The Girl From Ipanema

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Track List: A Life In Jazz: A Musical Biography

1. Night Rider

2. Billie's Bounce

3. Corcovado (Quiet Nights Of Quiet Stars)

4. Litha

5. You're Blase

6. What Is This Thing Called Love

7. Hymn Of The Orient

8. Summertime

9. I'm In Love

10. Who Could Care?

11. Night And Day

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Track List: The Best Of The Verve Years, Volume 2

Disc 1

1. Thanks For The Memory

2. Rustic Hop

3. Roundup Time

4. Cherokee

5. East Of The Sun

6. Serenade In Blue

7. Dark Eyes

8. Where Or When

9. Billie's Bounce

10. Blues For Junior

Disc 2

1. All The Things You Are

2. The Folks Who Live On The Hill

3. Airegin

4. Who Could Care?

5. Chega De Saudade (No More Blues)

7. Maria Moca

9. When The World Was Young

11. I Remember Clifford

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Track List: The Essential Stan Getz

1. Body And Soul

2. These Foolish Things

3. Of Thee I Sing

4. Serenade In Blue

5. All The Things You Are

6. Detour Ahead

7. Pennies From Heaven (Take 3)

8. It Never Entered My Mind

9. Early Autumn

10. Bahia

11. 'round Midnight

12. Corcovado (Quiet Nights Of Quiet Stars)

13. Moonlight In Vermont

14. The Girl From Ipanema

x

Track List: Soul Eyes

1. Voyage

2. Soul Eyes

3. Feijada

4. Blood Count

5. Stan's Blues

6. Slow Boat To China

7. Warm Valley

x

Track List: The Girl From Ipanema - The Bossa Nova Years

Disc 1

1. Desafinado

2. Samba Dees Days

3. O Pato

6. E Luxo So

7. Baia

8. Manha De Carnival

9. Balanco No Samba

10. Melancolico

11. Entre Amigos

12. Chega De Saudade

13. Noite Triste

14. Samba De Uma Nota So

15. Bim Bom

Disc 2

1. Sambalero

3. Insensatez

4. O Morro Nao Tem Vez

5. Samba De Duas Notas

6. Menina Flor

7. Mania De Maria

8. Saudade Vem Correndo

12. Tribute To Stan

Disc 3

1. The Girl From Ipanema

2. Doralice

4. Desafinado

7. O Grande Amor

8. Vivo Sonhando

10. It Might As Well Be Spring

12. Only Trust Your Heart

14. One Note Samba

Disc 4

2. Menina Moca

4. Winter Moon

5. Do What You Do, Do

10. The Girl From Ipanema

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Track List: Serenity

1. On Green Dolphin Street (Live)

2. Voyage

3. Falling In Love

4. I Remember You

5. I Love You (Live)

x

Track List: Captain Marvel

1. La Fiesta

2. Five Hundred Miles High

3. Captain Marvel

4. Times Lie

5. Lush Life

6. Day Waves

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Track List: What The World Needs Now (1966-1968)

1. Wives And Lovers

2. Windows Of The World

3. The Look Of Love

4. Any Old Time Of The Day

5. Alfie

6. In Times Like These

7. A House Is Not A Home (Master Take)

8. Trains And Boats And Planes

9. What The World Needs Now Is Love

10. In Between The Heartaches (Edited Master Take)

11. Walk On By

12. A House Is Not A Home (Alternative Take)

13. In Between The Heartaches (Partial Alternative Take)

14. My Own True Love

15. Tara's Theme

x

Track List: Sweet Rain

1. Litha

2. O Grande Amor

3. Sweet Rain

4. Con Alma

5. Windows

x

Track List: Getz Au Go Go

2. It Might As Well Be Spring

4. Summertime

5. Only Trust Your Heart

8. One Note Samba

9. Here's That Rainy Day

x

Track List: Jazz Samba

1. Desafinado

2. Samba Dees Days

3. O Pato

4. Samba Triste

5. Samba De Uma Nota So

6. E Luxo So

7. Bahia

x

Track List: Focus

1. I'm Late, I'm Late

2. Her

3. Pan

4. I Remember When

5. Night Rider

6. Once Upon A Time

7. A Summer Afternoon

8. I'm Late, I'm Late- 45 rpm Issue

9. I Remember When - 45 rpm Issue

x

Track List: The Steamer

1. Blues For Mary Jane

2. There Will Never Be Another You

3. You're Blase

4. Too Close For Comfort

5. Like Someone In Love

6. How About You?

7. How About You? (Complete Alternative Take)

8. There Will Never Be Another You (Incomplete And Breakdown Takes)

9. You're Blase (False Start)

10. Like Someone In Love (Incomplete Take)

11. How About You? (False Starts And Breakdown Take)

x

Track List: Lionel Hampton - Hamp And Getz

1. Cherokee

2. Ballad Medley

3. Louise

4. Jumpin' At The Woodside

5. Gladys (Alternate)

6. Gladys (Master)

7. Headache

x

Track List: West Coast Jazz

1. East Of The Sun (And West Of The Moon)

2. Four

3. Suddenly It's Spring

4. A Night In Tunisia

5. Summertime

6. S-H-I-N-E

7. Split Kick

8. Of Thee I Sing

9. A Handful Of Stars

10. Love Is Here To Stay

11. Serenade In Blue

12. Of Thee I Sing (Alternative Take)

13. Love Is Here To Stay (Alternative Take)

x

Track List: Award Winner

1. Where Or When

2. Woody 'N' You

3. Smiles

4. Three Little Words

5. Time After Time

6. This Can't Be Love

7. All God's Chillun Got Rhythm

8. But Beautiful

11. All God's Chillun Got Rhythm (False Start)

12. Smiles (False Start)

x

Track List: Big Band Bossa Nova

1. Manha de Carnival

2. Balanco No Samba

3. Melancolico

4. Entre Amigo

5. Chega de Saudade

6. Noite Triste

7. Samba de Uma Nota So

8. Bim Bom

x

Track List: Opus De Bop

1. Opus De Bop

2. Running Water

3. Don't Worry 'Bout Me

4. And The Angels Swing

5. Fool's Fancy

6. Bebop In Pastel

7. Ray's Idea

8. Bombay

9. Eb-Pob

10. Goin' To Minton's

11. Fat Girl

12. Ice Freezes Red

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Brings back Memories of my childhood ����
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Always had a wonderful sound, everything as smooth as silk
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californiast r e e t 1 0 1
The brilliance of these pioneers of smooth jazz. So good for the soul.
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good
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My dear friend saw Stan in NY in the early 60's. He introduced me to his music in the mid 80's and as a result I learned how to play the sax. I play a little and I'm still learning. It's been a smooth ride. Thanks Stan.
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Nice and smooth
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Cinco de Mayo
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Smooth as butter ..wow..who would've thought..hap p e n e d to come on out of the blue ..thats pandors for you...no more cable..just pandora for me..
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dragonlady60 8 8
I LOVE THIS SONG...TY STAN
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Amazing tones, and so relaxed.
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It's all good!
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stasch78568
Great music for a rainy day .....
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love him love jazz i'm olf old old but i wil be forveryoung lidiiningbti j a z z .
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Girl From00 Ipanema
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The question is are we blessed by having these great artists in are every day lives?? My answer is Yes,
It gives me joy at 82. And I will continue to enjoy until my last breath is taken. THANK YOU !
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Awesome !! Stan Getz. :)
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I love jazz music I have Dave Brubeck Joplin Pete fountain herb alpert Kenny g Dave koz Peter Nero George shearing marsilas
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allykade
Everyone has a past, just enjoy the artist and their music, the Lord will take care of the rest.
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Thanks, Stan Getz, for the intro into jazz when I was a kid in the 1960s. The whole world opened up.
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Enjoy his playing but don't look into his personal life.
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The Master.
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Really good stuff here........ . .
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Off key ppl.
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I busted a nut on my saxaphone
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He's real good!
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I spent many enjoyable evenings listening to Mr. Getz play such a soulful saxophone, the sounds were absolutely fantastic, as mellow as it could be
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Getz meets Mulligan is one of the best LP's ever recorded.
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poppa_bear49
Just sit back and ENJOY!!!...
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Thanks for the Bossa Nova years Stan! Makes my heart melt.
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Would like to give Charlie Byrd credit for his innovative guitar riffs on this album. Another jazz/bossa nova master.
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Getz, the master of smooth
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papa849
open country features some of the best tenor work I've ever heard, and without the harsh tone that so many exhibited in that day
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It's good for me to hear more of Stan Getz than the bossa nova stuff.
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Sanjay and Craig's theme song


Singer: looking for a pet one day Sanjay found a talking snake the perfect match was made saying dude What's up Sanjay and Craig there in the best friends hall of fame Sanjay and Craig there is no best friends hall of fame they made it up boom
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Mmmmmm.... Smooooooooth
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I'm not a big fan of the xylophone in Jazz but Mr. Hampton was pretty proficient with the instrument. I lean slightly more towards The MJQ, although still a fan of Stan Getz.
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Beautiful and melodious..n e v e r tire of hearing.
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smooth and sweet !
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Raderg & I must be the same age. Loved Bossa Nova when I first heard it back when & still do.
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garthrader
Randomly stumbled on Bossa Nova in 1962 while in high school. First Stan Getz album I bought was Jazz Samba. Still love Bossa Nova and Stan Getz- Mr. Smoooooth!
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Living in Aspen '78-'80, I saw Getz was playing at, of all places, a Holiday Inn out by the airport. Went mid-day to get tickets for that night and caught about a 3-hr rehearsal in the bar. Sitting back with a drink with less than a dozen people - most who worked there - and his 5 or 6 sidemen; it was funny and relaxed and wailin' - ten times better than the concert that night. Mr. Smooth.
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Cool.
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As John Coltrane said,Sure we would all play like Stan Getz, if we could.
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Randomly found "Stan the Man" at a thrift store and was instantly hooked.
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Smooth, easy listening.
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Timeless.... . . . . . . . . . . .
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One of the best.. Love it.
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Stan Getz played with Jimmy Dorsey and Benny Goodman! I have been listening to him for years. This is what my dad played at home on the hifi:)
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Stan Getz ,meraviglios o davvero !
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Love everything Brazilian... Just creates the right mood... Right atmosphere.. . . Aahhhh
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