Sometimes Im Happy - The Oscar Peterson Trio - The London House Sessions (CD)

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  1. Oct 18,  · The track is "Stompin' at the Savoy", and the CD is available on Concord Records. It must be one of the best recordings of Ray's bass, pure mic delight (no direct sound). Check it out! Of course, "Sometimes I am happy" from the London House sessions is a classic too. Marco.
  2. Oscar Peterson's week-long engagement at Chicago's London House was initially partially released as four LPs: The Trio, The Sound of the Trio, Put On a Happy Face and Something Warm. This five-CD set greatly expands upon the program, reissuing the .
  3. The Trio (alternatively titled The Trio: Live From Chicago) is a live album by the Oscar Peterson Trio, recorded at the London House jazz club in Chicago, during a period in which the pianist "was generally in peak form.".
  4. Oscar Peterson's week-long engagement at Chicago's London House was initially partially released as four LPs: The Trio, The Sound of the Trio, Put On a Happy Face and Something Warm. This five-CD set greatly expands upon the program, reissuing the four albums and 30 previously unissued selections.
  5. Album details. Press. The complete recordings from the London House sessions by the Oscar Peterson Trio - recorded in Chicago by a lineup that includes Peterson on piano, Ray Brown on bass, and Ed Thigpen on drums! Material on this 3CD package originally appeared on a handful of Verve albums in the 60s - including Put On A Happy Face, Sound Of The Trio, Something Warm, and Live .
  6. Jun 06,  · Sometimes I'm Happy (Live At The London House, Chicago, 7/29/) · The Oscar Peterson Trio The London House Sessions ℗ A Verve Label Group Release; ℗ UMG Recordings, Inc. Released on.
  7. The Oscar Peterson Trio’s July live sessions at the Chicago London House are considered among their finest recordings. This CD contains the complete original album The Trio –Live from Chicago (Verve V), which was the first of four LPs culled from those dates. It features Peterson with Ray Brown on bass, and Ed Thigpen on drums.
  8. Oscar Peterson's week-long engagement at Chicago's London House was initially partially released as four LPs: The Trio, The Sound of the Trio, Put On a Happy Face and Something Warm. This five-CD set greatly expands upon the program, reissuing the 8/
  9. The Oscar Peterson Trio is simply incredible on these recordings. Ray Brown is spectacular, Ed Thigpen sizzles, and Oscar is absolutely Herculean. It is all live, and I was there at the London House in Chicago on one of the nights they recorded. It was great live, and this recording captures it perfectly.5/5(4).

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