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MG C-107: Oscar Peterson At Carnegie

[Front Cover] Label Type : black/gold Mercury trumpeter type A
Matrix Number : SIDE-A MG C110A    C-107
SIDE-B MG C110B    C-107



Comments

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Inside The Groove

Oscar Peterson's famous “Debut in the US” live recording.

Personal Impression (and brief notes)

The virtuoso Oscar Peterson was already playing his own even on this album, capturing his first U.S. debut live recording at Carnegie Hall. He even enjoys interplay with another virtuoso Ray Brown - it is reasonable that the audience at the Carnegie Hall were overjoyed with their great performance.

Strictly Personal Rating (to what extent I could enjoy this album)

10 out of 10




Track Listing

SIDE-A
A-1 - Carnegie Blues -
SIDE-B
B-1 - I Only Have Eyes For You -
B-2 - Fine And Dandy -

Personnel

Oscar Peterson (p) with Ray Brown (b).
Recorded at Carnegie Hall, New York City on September 16, 1950.

The Artist Also Appears on...

Oscar Peterson (p) :
  • Mercury MG C-106 10-inch : Piano Solos
  • Mercury MG C-107 10-inch : Oscar Peterson At Carnegie
  • Mercury MG C-110 10-inch : Oscar Peterson Collates
  • Mercury MG C-116 10-inch : Oscar Peterson Quartet
  • Mercury MG C-119 10-inch : Plays Pretty
  • Mercury MG C-604 : Oscar Peterson Plays Irving Berlin
  • Mercury MG C-605 : Oscar Peterson Plays George Gershwin
  • Mercury MG-20975 / SR-60975 : Oscar Peterson + One, Clark Terry
  • Limelight LM-82010 / LS-86010 : Canadiana Suite
  • Limelight LM-82023 / LS-86023 : Eloquence
  • Limelight LM-82029 / LS-86029 : With Respect To Nat
  • Limelight LM-82035 / LS-86035 : With Respect To Nat
  • Limelight LM-82039 / LS-86039 : Blues Etude
  • Limelight LM-82044 / LS-86044 : Soul Espanol
  • Mercury MG C-118 10-inch : Billie Holiday Sings
  • Mercury MG C-601 : Jam Session #1 / Various Artists
  • Mercury MG C-602 : Jam Session #2 / Various Artists
  • Mercury MG C-1001/4 : The Astaire Story / Fred Astaire
  • Limelight LM-82002 / LS-86002 : I/We Had A Ball / Various Artists

related information




Jackets

Front Back
[MG C-107 FRONT] [MG C-107 BACK]



Labels

Side A Side B
[MG C-107 A] [MG C-107 B]



MATSUBAYASHI 'Shaolin' Kohji <shaolin@rhythmaning.org>
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