Recorded in the summer of 1958 at the Orpheum Theater in Vancouver, and featuring the Oscar Peterson Trio (with bassist Ray Brown and guitarist Herb Ellis).
This version of "Tenderly" was a big hit at the time and put the virtuoso pianist on the map, but Peterson was heading for stardom anyway. Other selections on the historic album include "Little White Lies," "They Didn't Believe Me," and Peterson's basic originals "Nameless" and "Debut.
Debut, Tenderly (1952). Album by Oscar Peterson. was sampled in. Shells by MUJO情 (2017).
Oscar Peterson Trio: Tenderly by AAJ Staff, published on October 20, 2002. Listening to pianist Oscar Peterson always triggers a profound sense of nostagia. The very first jazz recording I ever owned was a Peterson trio disc, long since lost to the winds. The memory sticks, though. Oscar Peterson has made a huge number of recordings in a variety of settings, from solo to orchestral, from piano to clavichord. His swinging style remains readily recognizable, owing obvious debts (as many critics have noted) to the crispy romps of Art Tatum and the deep lyricism of Nat Cole. On this recording he's joined by long-term collaborators Herb Ellis on guitar and Ray Brown.
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Girl Talk (also released as Oscar Peterson Plays for Lovers) is a 1968 studio album by jazz pianist Oscar Peterson, the second volume of his Exclusively for My Friends series. It was compiled from live studio sessions recorded between 1964 and 1966.
CD 16-bit 44,1 kHz. CD 16-bit 44,1 kHz. Debut. They Didn't Believe Me. Lover, Come Back To Me. Where Or When. Three O'Clock In The Morning. All The Things You Are. Tenderly.
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Written-By – Oscar Peterson
Written-By – Lawrence*, Gross*
- Record Company – Mercury Record Corporation
- Bass [Rhythm] – Ray Brown
- Supervised By – Norman Granz
NotesMerco Plastic Non-Breakable under Normal Use
Recorded March 1950.
Billboard Oct. 25, 1952, p. 72: Other Records Released This Week: Hot Jazz
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): C-374-3
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): C-381-3
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped Side A): C374
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped Side B): C381
- Rights Society (Side B): ASCAP
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|L.B. 150||Oscar Peterson||Debut / Tenderly (Shellac, 10")||Columbia||L.B. 150||UK||Unknown|
|8917||Oscar Peterson||Debut / Tenderly (Shellac, 10")||Mercury||8917||Canada||1952|
|8917x45||Oscar Peterson||Debut / Tenderly (7", Single, Mono)||Clef Records||8917x45||US||Unknown|
Performer: Oscar Peterson
Title: Debut / Tenderly
Size MP3: 1372 mb
Size FLAC: 1574 mb
Rating: 4.5 / 5
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