Nov 012018

i downloaded a show by eddy louiss today  or was it yesterday, which really knocked my socks off.  a quick search turned up a few shows with eddy louiss as a sideman, including this one which also knocked my socks off, with both him and rené thomas in getz’s quartet.  it’s a killer combination, and there are a number of compositions by louiss or thomas, according to the setlist.  ¿que mas hay?

note:  setlist below corrected below only, not in the info file.

stan getz quartet
studio 104, maison de la radio
paris, france
28 march 1971

stan getz (tenor sax)
rené thomas (guitar)
eddy louiss (organ)
bernard lubat (drums)

01 annie from abyssinie (bernard lubat) 10:58
02 our kind of sabi (eddy louiss) 17:20
03 mona (albert mangelsdorff) 4:48
04 theme for manuel (rené thomas) 15:40
05 i remember clifford (benny golson) 4:33
06 dum! dum! dum! (eddy louiss) 11:24
07 invitation (bronislaw kaper) 7:03
08 chega de saudade (antonio carlos jobim) 15:32
09 ballad for leo (rené thomas) 13:41
10 ’round midnight (thelonious monk) 5:27

tt 1:46:26

fm > edirol r-09 (wav) > wavelab > flac (level 8, sector-align)
broadcasts : les légendes du jazz, france musique, november 4 & 5, 2017
5 tracks (1-4 & 6) are edited in blue jazz 026 cd, probably a bootleg.

sample: t06 dum dum.mp3
download: Stan Getz Quartet 1971-03-28 Paris,

track 11 dynasty:  see comments for separate password

  6 Responses to “stan getz quartet – 28 march 1971, studio 104, paris france”

  1. !yoolpzab46FcnI1VwjvQaCwayhl3WB_3G4EKCke2HAE

  2. Thanks very much for this wonderful session, Pete, which does not include ‘Dynasty’, which I can send you to add to it if you wish. These titles are often misspelled and miscommunicated and 3 corrections I would suggest are: Annie from Abyssinie, Theme for Manuel, and Dum! Dum! Dum! (the BluJazz release has Theme for Emanuel and Dum! Dum!, but it’s wrong). Anything by this Getz European quartet is worth getting, and there are videos as well on YouTube and elsewhere that are worth seeing.

    • hi charlie, ‘que mas hay’ indeed: now we know! yes, if there’s another track from this show available, i’d appreciate it. i can post it here as a separate file. thanks much for that and also the corrections. the first, abyssinie, seems an obvious spelling correction in retrospect (isn’t it always?) given that lubat was french.

    • aaaaand it’s up. i’ve been more that a little busy this past week. link added to the blog post, and here’s the pwd:

      pwd = BhYbetY_xIehBpMwZ_pa3_laZg-xJ8L79TtkG9Ba7Z0

      thanks again!

  3. COOL!…

  4. Wow, the pw works! Thanks!!!

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