Voices is a studio album by American saxophonist Stan Getz, recorded in 1966 and released the following year on Verve Records. It features a chorus singing a chromatic, wordless accompaniment in place of a traditional string-section orchestration. I Didn't Know What Time It Was" - 3:24. Nica's Dream" - 3:57. Keep Me in Your Heart" - 4:01. Zigeuner Song" - 3:10. I Want to Live" - 2:54. Where Famingoes Fly" - 3:07. Midnight Samba" - 2:13.
A previously unreleased recording of Stan Getz and his quartet, recorded in 1961 at New York’s Village Gate, will be released by Verve/UMe on 14 June. But in 1962, Getz’s Jazz Samba album with guitarist Charlie Byrd heralded the start of the bossa nova boom, and steered the course of Getz’s career for the following years. 1963’s Jazz Samba Encore! (1963) album, featuring Luiz Bonfá, continued that trend, before the saxophonist’s unforgettable liaison with Brazilian guitarist João Gilberto for 1964’s Getz/Gilberto.
Stan Getz: Legacy by Jack Bowers, published on August 10, 2009. Legacy is comprised of five sessions spanning the years 1980-86, including three numbers with the Woody Herman Herd and another with Getz and pianist Jimmy Rowles performing Rowles' "The Peacocks. The other seven tracks embody three quartet dates. While the sound is uneven, as one would expect on such a compilation, the audio's not as poor as one might presume save for the final track, "Lush Life," which sounds as though it could have been recorded in a wind tunnel instead of at NYC's Carnegie Hall, as the liner notes assert.
Like Someone in Love. Various Artists, Stan Getz, Stan Getz Quartet, Stan Getz Quintet, Stan Getz, Stan Getz Quartet, Stan Getz Quintet. Thanks for the Memory. Jumpin' With Symphony Sid. Stan Getz. When I Go, I Go All the Way. There Will Never Be Another You. Cal Tjader-Stan Getz Sextet. Cal Tjader, Stan Getz. 2018 Remastered 2015. Brilliant Recordings.
The Master is an album by saxophonist Stan Getz which was recorded in 1975 but not released on the Columbia label until 1982. Summer Night" (Al Dubin, Harry Warren) - 9:59. Raven's Wood" (Ralph Towner) - 10:54. Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?)" (Jimmy Davis, Ram Ramirez, James Sherman) - 9:25.
Improvisational tenor saxophonist with a full, luxuriant tone who helped further the bossa nova explosion in the 1960s.
Other (Cat Legacy Label): MGN-1042. Stan Getz Plays (LP, Album, Mono).