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  • Verve Records ‎– MV ジャズひとり占め。Verve –. Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Stereo. Country: Japan. Manufactured By –Polydor K.K. Japan. A3 Seller Rating: % positive.
  • Oscar Peterson Something Warm UK Promo vinyl LP album (LP record) Tracklisting / Additional Info: 1. There Is No Greater Love 2. I Remember Clifford 3. Autumn Leaves 4. Blues For Big Scotia 5. Swamp Fire 6. I Love You: Condition: This item is in Excellent condition or better (unless it says otherwise in the above description).
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Something Warm on Discogs. Label: Verve Records - V,Verve Records - V6/ • Format: Vinyl LP, Stereo, Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Cool Jazz/5(27).
  • Something Warm, an Album by Oscar Peterson. Released in on Verve (catalog no. V; Vinyl LP). Genres: Jazz.
  • Song information for Blues for Big Scotia - Oscar Peterson Trio on AllMusic. Song information for Blues for Big Scotia - Oscar Peterson Trio on AllMusic Stylish (8) Warm (8) Ambitious (7) Add Moods. Song Themes. All Themes. Freedom (7) Guys Night Out (7) Hanging Out (7) Playful (7) The Creative Side (7) Empowering (6 Artist/Album Label.
  • A key example of the popularity of the Oscar Peterson Trio in the mid 60s – an album of tracks that listeners wanted to hear done in the group's familiar style! The tunes are simple ones, mostly standards and 60s covers – but they're done by Oscar, Ray Brown, and Ed Thigpen in a mode LP, Vinyl record album.
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  • The amazing first album from Big Star – a set that came out of nowhere, made hardly a ripple on the charts, yet went onto crash in big waves of sound for generations to come! The style here is unlike thing else before – hardly what you'd expect from the group's Memphis roots or Alex Chilton's previous performances – yet the group's music has become a generation-defining sound in the way.