Oscar Peterson – Motions & Emotions - 1970 Jazz Bossa - Audiophile Analog - Numbered Blue Vinyl - Sealed 180 Grm LP

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Oscar Peterson – Motions & Emotions
Label: MPS Records – 0216397MSW
Series: Reforest The Legend, AAA Reissue Series
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Numbered, Remastered, Stereo, Blue, 180g, Gatefold
Country: Germany
Released: Jun 12, 2021
Genre: Jazz
Style: Swing, Bop
Remastered By – Christoph Stickel
Sleeve Notes – Wolfram Röhrig
Sleeve Notes [Translated By] – Clay Sherman
Limited to 2000 numbered copies. Hand written number on back sleeve in format xxxx/2.000.
Replica of original gatefold sleeve with original notes includes full color inlay sheet with additional new liner notes.
Audiophile analogue remastering from the Original Master Tape
180 gr.
.Remastered By – Christoph Stickel
Recorded in New York / Villingen
Comes with an insert with a image of the original Matrizierban
A1 Sally's Tomato 3:07
A2 Sunny 3:29
A3 By The Time I Get To Phoenix 4:21
A4 Wandering 2:56
A5 This Guy's In Love With You 3:44
B1 Wave 6:00
B2 Dreamsville 3:00
B3 Yesterday 3:54
B4 Eleanor Rigby 3:05
B5 Ode To Billy Joe 2:41
Arranged By, Conductor – Claus Ogerman
Bass – Sam Jones
Drums – Bob Durham
Lots of what you read about jazz tends to look down on anything recorded in the late 60s featuring more pop tunes than standards. Still, this is often my favorite stuff.
I like this album so much because the song choices are excellent, the performances superb, and the arrangement and conducting are by Claus Ogerman, the German genius who was behind much of the great production on the records of Jobim and others in the 60s. His sweeping strings are incredibly beautiful.
Anyway, I digress. The album opens with the superb Mancini composition 'Sally's Tomato', from 'Breakfast at Tiffany's'. Like the whole album, this is a breezy, light bossa number. A great bouncy version of 'Sunny' follows, wiht 60s standards 'By the time I get to Phoenix', 'This guy's in Love with you', and 'Wave' also appearing. Some of the string and piano introductions are truly breathtaking.
There's another Mancini track (dreamsville), and 2 Beatles numbers (Yesterday and a divine Eleanor Rigby) before the LP closes on an upbeat, funky note with 'Ode to Billy Joe', a song I'm getting to really love. A superb, underrated LP
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Condition New
Format LP, 180 Gram
Artist Oscar Peterson
Color Blue