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Stan Getz presents Jimmie Rowles : the peacocks

Author: Stan Getz; Jimmie Rowles; Elvin Jones; Buster Williams
Publisher: New York, NY : Columbia Legacy, [1994], 1977.
Series: Columbia jazz masterpieces.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Jazz
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Stan Getz; Jimmie Rowles; Elvin Jones; Buster Williams
OCLC Number: 29746644
Notes: Jazz solos, duets, and quartets.
On container spine: Stan Getz: the peacocks.
Originally released on analog disc in 1977 (Columbia JC 34873).
"Digitally remastered from the original analog masters"--Container.
Compact disc.
Program notes by Mark Humphrey on container insert (11 p.).
Performer(s): Stan Getz, saxophone ; Jimmie Rowles, vocal and/or piano ; Buster Williams, bass ; Elvin Jones, drums ; in part with additional vocal acc.
Description: 1 sound disc : digital, stereo. ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: I'll never be the same --
Lester left town --
Body and soul --
What am I here for? --
Serenade to Sweden --
The chess players --
The peacocks --
My buddy --
The hour of parting --
Rose Marie --
This is all I ask --
Skylark --
Mosaic/Would you like to take a walk.
Series Title: Columbia jazz masterpieces.
Other Titles: Peacocks
Responsibility: Stan Getz (with Jimmie Rowles).
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