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Oscar Peterson - We Get Requests (Reel-to-Reel, Ultra Tape)

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Oscar Peterson, piano

Ray Brown, bass

Ed Thigpen, drums


2 x Ultra Tape reel-to-reel

15 ips, ¼-inch analog tape copy (IEC equalization) sourced from a copy of the original analog master tape.

Transferred real-time, using an ATR-modified Ampex Tape Machine with flux magnetic heads.

Custom slipcase cover.

Label :  Analogue Productions 

Original Label :  Verve Records

Recorded October 19, November 20, 1964 at RCA Studios New York City

Engineered by Bob Simpson

Produced by Jim Davis

Remastered by George Marino at Sterling Sound

Originally released in 1964 

Reissued in 2021


Tracks :

  1. Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars (Corcovado)
  2. The Days of Wine and Roses
  3. My One and Only Love
  4. People
  5. Have You Met Miss Jones?
  6. You Look Good To Me
  7. The Girl From Ipanema
  8. D & E
  9. Time and Again
  10. Goodbye J.D.



Reviews :

"Pianist Oscar Peterson has long been such a consistent performer that none of his records are throwaways, but this particular set is weaker than most. Since several of the songs are the type that in the mid-'60s would get requested (such as "People," "The Girl from Ipanema," and "The Days of Wine and Roses"), the program would not seem to have much potential, but Peterson mostly uplifts the material (although not much could be done with "People") and adds a few songs (such as his own "Goodbye, J.D." and John Lewis' "D & E"). Overall, this is a reasonably enjoyable Oscar Peterson session, featuring bassist Ray Brown and drummer Ed Thigpen." AllMusic Review by Scott Yanow



AllMusic 2/5 , Discogs 4.49/5

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