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Tracklist

1Shine
Written-By – Cecil Mack, Ford Dabney, Lew Brown
8:45
2East Of The Sun (And West Of The Moon)
Written-By – Brooks Bowman
6:12
3Summertime
Written-By – DuBose Heyward, George & Ira Gershwin
5:58
4Suddenly It's Spring
Written-By – Johnny Burke-Jimmy Van Heusen
6:50
5Four
Written-By – Miles Davis
7:25
6Our Love Is Here To Stay
Written-By – George & Ira Gershwin
3:25
7Night In Tunisia
Written-By – Dizzy Gillespie, Frank Paparelli
6:02

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MG N-1032Stan Getz, Shelly Manne, Leroy Vinnegar, Conte Candoli, Lou Levy Stan Getz, Shelly Manne, Leroy Vinnegar, Conte Candoli, Lou Levy - West Coast Jazz ‎(LP, Album)Norgran RecordsMG N-1032US1955
223998-203Stan Getz West Coast Jazz ‎(CD, Album, RE)Documents223998-2032007
51885Stan Getz, Shelly Manne, Leroy Vinnegar, Conte Candoli, Lou Levy Stan Getz, Shelly Manne, Leroy Vinnegar, Conte Candoli, Lou Levy - West Coast Jazz ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)Jazz Heritage Society, Verve Records51885USUnknown
UCCU-6251Stan Getz, Shelly Manne, Leroy Vinnegar, Conte Candoli, Lou Levy Stan Getz, Shelly Manne, Leroy Vinnegar, Conte Candoli, Lou Levy - West Coast Jazz ‎(CD, Album, Mono, Ltd, SHM)Verve RecordsUCCU-6251Japan2012
33cx 10018Stan Getz, Shelly Manne, Leroy Vinnegar, Conte Candoli, Lou Levy Stan Getz, Shelly Manne, Leroy Vinnegar, Conte Candoli, Lou Levy - West Coast Jazz ‎(LP, Album)Columbia33cx 10018UK1956

Credits

  • BassLeroy Vinnegar
  • Design [Cover]David Stone Martin
  • DrumsShelly Manne
  • Photography By [Liner]Phil Stern
  • PianoLou Levy
  • Tenor SaxophoneStan Getz
  • TrumpetConte Candoli

Notes

Bonus Track " Our Love Is Here To Stay" from the same sessions, but not included on the original LP.

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West Coast Jazz is a 1955 album by Stan Getz accompanied by a quartet including trumpeter Conte Candoli. Getz recorded the album in California, where he was filming parts for The Benny Goodman Story, and appearing for a week at the nightclub Zardi's Jazzland. The musicians that accompanied him at Zardi's were chosen by Getz to make this album with him. The title of the album is an in-joke as Getz was not associated with the West Coast jazz style. The artwork for the album was created by David Stone. West Coast Jazz - Stan Getz. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. West Coast Jazz - Stan Getz, George Gershwin. In 1955 the difference between EastWest Coast jazz was a hot topic, with critics and fans capable of taking zealous musical alliances with one or the other. The title of this disc, West Coast Jazz, was conceived as a joke, considering all musicians involved were originally from the East Coast and did not play exclusively in the laid-back, commercially profitable, cool style, as pigeonholed by some. Stan Getz - Focus: Pan 03:59, 320Kbs. Stan Getz - West Coast Jazz: Suddenly It's Spring 07:00, 192Kbs. Stan Getz - I'm Late, I'm Late 08:13, 320Kbs. Stan Getz - Night in Tunisia 06:13, 192Kbs. Mose Allison - All the Things You Are 07:37, 320Kbs. On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Most important - you can download the album Four Classic Albums Focus, The Soft Swing, West Coast Jazz, Cool Velvet to your computer or phone absolutely free of charge, and without registration. Listen online and stay in a good mood. West Coast Jazz. Stan Getz - West Coast Jazz 1955. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Stan Getz. Songs in album Stan Getz - West Coast Jazz 1955. Stan Getz - East Of The Sun And West Of The Moon. Stan Getz - Four. Stan Getz - Suddenly It's Spring. Stan Getz - A Night In Tunisia. Stan Getz - Summertime. Stan Getz - S-H-I-N-E. Stan Getz - Split Kick. Stan Getz - Of Thee I Sing. West Coast Jazz is a music album by Stan Getz released in 1955. West Coast Jazz is ranked 22,816th in the overall chart, 604th in the 1950s, and 45th in the year 1955. Time left: 13h 53m 20s Ships to: Worldwide. Album 1955 13 Songs. Jazz was in a stylistic battle between coastal scenes the title of this album mocks that notion, the performances eschewing the reputation of West Coast jazz as placid and polite. Getz applies sensual cool to East of the Sun And West of the Moon, but his blowing with trumpeter Conte Candoli on Miles Davis Four or Dizzy Gillespies Night in Tunisia is marked by charged interplay and fiery solos. West Coast Jazz is a cool jazz music album recording by STAN GETZ released in 1955 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. A1 East Of The Sun West Of The Moon A2 Four A3 Suddenly It's Spring B1 Night In Tunisia B2 Summertime B3 Shine. Bass Leroy Vinnegar Drums Shelly Manne Piano Lou Levy Tenor Saxophone Stan Getz Trumpet Conte Candoli. About this release. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download

Download Stan Getz - West Coast Jazz FLAC

Performer: Stan Getz

Title: West Coast Jazz

Country: Europe

Release date: 2010

Label: WaxTime

Style: Cool Jazz, Bop

Catalog: 771684

Genre: Jazz

Size MP3: 2783 mb

Size FLAC: 1553 mb

Rating: 4.0 / 5

Votes: 914

Record source: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Limited Edition, 180 Gram

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Xar
Unlike the actual west-coast jazz of 1955, West Coast Jazz, with the title being an inside joke, as Stan Getz was anything but a west coast jazz musician, is entirely energized straight ahead bop, where each song is flush with dynamic interplays and soaring solos that have been well constructed, sustainably creative, and in the fashion of Mr. Getz, entirely tasteful.

At the time, this was considered very modern music from this talented twenty-eight year old, the stuff that would become legendary, not so much for the power it conveys, and it does convey a sense of power, but for the manner in which that powerfulness swings with an interesting nature that caused heads to turn, like seeing a new red sports car zip by. I remember this album fondly, my original copy was mono and I love it, though the reissue by Verve Records nearly twenty years ago (1999), complete with bonus tracks shines with a new splendor, yet in the same breath, for me, stands as almost a new listening experience.

What made this record such an inspiration and delight was the sensational pairing of Getz with those on the LA jazz scene, where while headlining at the nightclub Zardi’a Jazzland, the east and west coasts collided like a star going supernova … flowering effortlessly to my way of thinking, as West Coast Jazz was one of music’s defining moments. I suggest this because so much jazz had a roll of the dice feel surrounding it, yet here that same freedom and emancipation was derived from considered discipline construction and presentation.

Without a doubt, as an impressionable pre-teen, West Coast Jazz was my first adventure into the nature of Sgt. Pepper. As to which vinyl to get, there are many pricey versions out there, so, may I suggest you find your way to the WaxTime recording from Europe, released in 2010 as a limited edition on 180 gram vinyl … the price is righteous and the music comes across flawlessly.

*** The Fun Facts: Getz recorded this album while in California working on the movie “The Benny Goodman Story,” where the artwork by David Martin suggested that there was an entirely new world happening on the west coast that hipsters from New York were not even aware of; though a mere decade later, the west coast would shine like a jewel.

Review by Jenell Kesler
Xar
Unlike the actual west-coast jazz of 1955, West Coast Jazz, with the title being an inside joke, as Stan Getz was anything but a west coast jazz musician, is entirely energized straight ahead bop, where each song is flush with dynamic interplays and soaring solos that have been well constructed, sustainably creative, and in the fashion of Mr. Getz, entirely tasteful.

At the time, this was considered very modern music from this talented twenty-eight year old, the stuff that would become legendary, not so much for the power it conveys, and it does convey a sense of power, but for the manner in which that powerfulness swings with an interesting nature that caused heads to turn, like seeing a new red sports car zip by. I remember this album fondly, my original copy was mono and I love it, though the reissue by Verve Records nearly twenty years ago (1999), complete with bonus tracks shines with a new splendor, yet in the same breath, for me, stands as almost a new listening experience.

What made this record such an inspiration and delight was the sensational pairing of Getz with those on the LA jazz scene, where while headlining at the nightclub Zardi’a Jazzland, the east and west coasts collided like a star going supernova … flowering effortlessly to my way of thinking, as West Coast Jazz was one of music’s defining moments. I suggest this because so much jazz had a roll of the dice feel surrounding it, yet here that same freedom and emancipation was derived from considered discipline construction and presentation.

Without a doubt, as an impressionable pre-teen, West Coast Jazz was my first adventure into the nature of Sgt. Pepper. As to which vinyl to get, there are many pricey versions out there, so, may I suggest you find your way to the WaxTime recording from Europe, released in 2010 as a limited edition on 180 gram vinyl … the price is righteous and the music comes across flawlessly.

*** The Fun Facts: Getz recorded this album while in California working on the movie “The Benny Goodman Story,” where the artwork by David Martin suggested that there was an entirely new world happening on the west coast that hipsters from New York were not even aware of; though a mere decade later, the west coast would shine like a jewel.

Review by Jenell Kesler
Rayli
I know there has been a lot of writing and talk about these re-issue jazz records, from different labels. There is definitely some to avoid out there, but at least it doesn't cost that much. I have bought some different titles, from different labels, which re-issue all these wonderfull records from the past. Waxtime is one of these companies who put out jazz records, and i have bought a few. Even though i don`t own the original press, i must say that this Stan Getz version here, is pretty good (imo), and i am a true Audiophile and quality matters a lot to me. I have some AP, MFSL, Audio Fidelity, Sundazed and other labels who "claims" to be making these re-issue`s from original master tapes, and i think you can count on that. But they also cost a hell of a lot more. In that case i am carefull about where to put my money. If it is a record i just need to have in the best quality as posible, i am glad to spend more on the good press. But i would have no problem buying records Waxtime, Jazz Wax, NOT now and a few others. As long the price is low and the end result is ok for you. I know it can be for me. Best Thomas
Rayli
I know there has been a lot of writing and talk about these re-issue jazz records, from different labels. There is definitely some to avoid out there, but at least it doesn't cost that much. I have bought some different titles, from different labels, which re-issue all these wonderfull records from the past. Waxtime is one of these companies who put out jazz records, and i have bought a few. Even though i don`t own the original press, i must say that this Stan Getz version here, is pretty good (imo), and i am a true Audiophile and quality matters a lot to me. I have some AP, MFSL, Audio Fidelity, Sundazed and other labels who "claims" to be making these re-issue`s from original master tapes, and i think you can count on that. But they also cost a hell of a lot more. In that case i am carefull about where to put my money. If it is a record i just need to have in the best quality as posible, i am glad to spend more on the good press. But i would have no problem buying records Waxtime, Jazz Wax, NOT now and a few others. As long the price is low and the end result is ok for you. I know it can be for me. Best Thomas