1999
Label: Verve Records - 557 549-2 • Series: Verve Master Edition • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Europe • Genre: Jazz •
East Of The Sun (And West Of The Moon) - Stan Getz - West Coast Jazz (CD, Album)

Watch the video for East Of The Sun (And West Of The Moon) from Stan Getz's West Coast Jazz for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Playing via .

 · This three-CD box, then, finds Getz in top form as a jazz soloist and bandleader. Recorded, as so much jazz was, in various off-the-cuff sessions from -- although this box culls from different LPs such as West Coast Jazz, Stan Getz and the Cool Sounds, and The Steamer -- it still all fits together as one long, languid, bop-to-bluesy.

With all the usual combat expected in a John Ringo novel, East of the Sun and West of the Moon sheds new light on the bizarre relationship between Herzer and Megan, the politics of the new born world and fascinating details of space technology.

Stan Getz recorded it in , and it was featured as the first track on his seminal double album West Coast Jazz. One of the most popular recordings was by Louis Armstrong, featured in his album Louis Under the Stars. The Four Freshmen recorded it on their album .

East Of The Sun (And West Of The Moon) - Stan Getz.


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3 Replies to “East Of The Sun (And West Of The Moon) - Stan Getz - West Coast Jazz (CD, Album)”

  1.  · This three-CD box, then, finds Getz in top form as a jazz soloist and bandleader. Recorded, as so much jazz was, in various off-the-cuff sessions from -- although this box culls from different LPs such as West Coast Jazz, Stan Getz and the Cool Sounds, and The Steamer -- it still all fits together as one long, languid, bop-to-bluesy /10(8).

  2.  · Two months ago I posted a transcription of Stan Getz playing over "East of the Sun (And West of the Moon" from his final live record, People Time (), a collection of duets with Kenny Barron at Café Montmartre in Copenhagen, Denmark. That particular record had a major influence on my approach to saxophone sound, but another record that I ended up listening to a lot when I was younger is West Coast Jazz Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins.

  3.  · Another point of interest for Getz-ophiles: it's fascinating to compare this late-era Getz recording of "East of the Sun" with the recording made early in his career on West Coast Jazz () over 35 years earlier—it's striking how more earthy and dynamic his sound is on People Time than on West Coast Jazz, but how the overall approach to improvisation has largely remained true to pure, Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins.

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