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Tenor saxophonist Stan Getz performs Jobim's Wave
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It's hilarious how fast he getz off the stage; oh, and these guys
That straight-ahead look while he's absolutely slaying. Awesome.
Jesus Christ, this is gold.
Wave - written by the great Antonio Carlos Jobim. Here with the great Herbie Hancock in his later years https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CHQg2NZOTXE
After hearing Stan Getz, I decided tot change from soprano to tenor. I was 16 at that moment. Since about 35 years I play mostly alto, but still listening much to Getz with his genius melody lines
God, he was so smooth. Love it
the exquisite lilt he uses in his vibrato especially on phrase endings is like a drug I could never get enough of ...
Transcription of Stan Getz Solo: https://youtu.be/mwW1cIcTx_c Thanks Marla Kleman for upload this amazing live record!
To think this guy was high all this time and still played this way, blows my mind.
It's impossible to stop the "sound"..!!!
Is that Do Um Ramao on Tambourine?
Clapping forever Stan Getz !!!!!!!
Wondeful and legendary saxofonist just the grant Stan Getz forever !!!!!!!!
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Great sax the best everythime
Two Jewish prodigies from Philly. Brecker was the Getz of his day.
彼のジャズ特にfor musitian onlyが素晴らしい即興演奏で是非またCDで聞きます。
Rich soft cool deep sexy sultry unique precise clean smooth and sublime..there's nothing like a saxophone a la Stsn Getz...
Wow, am i the only one here who is actually Danish?
Getz is the best saxophonist in the world!!
THIS GREAT MAN WAS ONE OF A KIND! JUST LISTEN TO HIM AGAIN AND AGAIN IT'S A MUSIC LESSON! HIS CREATIVITY LEVEL WAS ENDLESS AND HE WAS IMMEDIATELY RECOGNIZABLE. THAT'S WHAT EVERY ARTIST STRIVES FOR AND ONLY DREAM OF ACHIEVING!
Stan Getz. The. Best
Does anyone know anything about Getzs' embouchure ? It's so hard to see exactly how he formed his lower lip; it looks like he curled it over and around his lower teeth but I'm can't be certain. Also, the lower jaw appears to be slightly further back than the upper teeth. Almost all jazz players (myself included) have the lower lip slightly protruded to form a more cushioned wrap around the reed (Dexter Gordon being a very obvious example of what I'm trying to get at). Any thoughts?
@Nathan Edwards so no teeth contact on the mouthpiece then? Makes sense. Cheers :)
Boy Bergs he played double lol embouchure
Grande saxofonista... great saxophonist...
Is this kenny g ?
@Dave Womack kenny g plays the cornet right?
Stan Getz' sound was the perfect mix of reed, brass and air to sing his beautiful sound through his Selmer Mark VI tenor sax using a plastic (not metal) mouthpiece. Unlike many of his counterparts in Jazz who played sax with a loud, grating nasty, raspy, metallic sound, Getz wasn't using his instrument to shout about social unrest, civil rights, protests, or angry rebellion. He simply played beautiful music, which remains beautiful at any time in history.
Coltrane on Getz: "Let's face it--we'd all sound like that if we could." The King of Right Notes, yet again, achieves what Leonard Bernstein made reference to, in regard to the Music of Beethoven: "The Inevitability of Rightness." And, having slayed his audience, and his fellow players, he "waves" to all of them (sorry, I couldn't resist), and walks offstage. How cool? Miles Davis COOL.
@LtAld0Raine He's quoted in this fine article: https://www.theatlantic.com/past/docs/unbound/jazz/strickla.htm
Is that Coltrane quote real?
Getz or Desmond?
Nagyon profi egyéni stytusa van.
Terrific rhythm section. If not for them...
I guess that the pianist may be John Hicks.
Doesn't get any better....such a shame he went comparitavely a young man.....
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How smooth and sexy, keep it going Stan Getz.
This be the Man........with the sax.....like no other Thanks for this great post.
I can listen to this for hours.
Jazz is the impetus of all rock; R&b; soul; country ; and pop. These entities may not reAlize but all the beasts; riffs; syncopation came from jazz. Especially the syncopation. That’s what charterized the next steps in music. The BEAT. The BEAT sent jazz into another realm called soul; pop etc. then came rap. All about the beat. It’s the same game but a new day.
That’s what I’m talkin bout. Job I’m and Getz laid it down. The best of the Brazilian sound.
Ditto, influenced to buy a tenor sax, loved the soft smooth sound!
I recognized great Albert Dailey. Is that George Mraz on acoustic bass?
Mr Perfect Note!, immaculate unique sound of the saxophone. Superb!
Started to listen jazz at age of 3 - my father was jazz and pop saxo player...He told me about Stan Getz , Charles mingus and the others...
Good for you! And, good for them in teaching you about those greats! I had a similar experience from my maternal grandfather, back in 1950. I was seven, he played the full William Tell Overture on his record player. I sat, listened (as I was supposed to do). Then, all of a sudden, I blurted out, "Grandpa! That's the Lone Ranger!" I've used that trick on others over the years who wanted to know why I love classical music so much!!! Heh-heh.
Great tone and creative playing.
Just GREAT !!! This playing out of the BOX ! Emotional, not mechnical.
Outstanding percussion here, as with a lot of sambas played by good jazzmen...
MAKES KIDS NOW SOUND LIKE THERE PLAYING WITH BOXING GLOVES ON.
HEY YOU YOUNG FOLKS LISTEN UP JEALOUS YET..
Danish is a terrible language ...
Stan has a tone like no other. Coltrane said all sax players would love to sound like Stan. Too bad he struggled with heroin and alcohol most of his life. He was a genius.
Stan had to take a wizz... Really badly! Off the stage, you go!
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A unique majesty, a compelling musicality, and a stunningly beautiful contrarianism were all melded together by this descendant of an ancient people....and his timing - musically as well as historically, gave us all yet another towering figure in this great American music.
This s Bossa nova , made in Rio de Janeiro Brasil , awesome music of Tom Jobim
smooth...soulful...sexy ...scintillating...Getz and Jobim ! Does it get any better ?
See the Paul Desmond lounge version de lux glamour.
So good they named a car after him. Problem was, it was a crappy car.
Porque não estragam as músicas de vocês???
He couldn't leave that stage soon enough!
LOL right?! Seems an encore, would explain temp too and brevity of solo and no other solos
This and Desafinado acknowledged as some of Jobim's more challenging progressions to play over.
There will never be one like Stan Getz!!!
After listening to Stan Getz play Jobim in the 1960's I could no longer listen to the Beatles and pop music. It was no going back for me, I had graduated.
The Beatles were great,I do not understand the comparison,jazz is great too,this competition,has no meaning,,,thanks for both existence..
Et moi aussi, my Man!
Exactly the same happened to me!!!!
The Beatles came when the United States was mourning JFK's killing. They were a lift. Yeah, they're not great but to give them short shrift is strange. My father was a very good jazz drummer, on par with Joe Morello (a good friend of his). He hated the Beatles because he lost a lot of work. But he played in a trio with a female pianist/singer in the late 60s. When he realized they were covering Beatles he asked her to point them out. Then my resurgence as a Beatles nut in the mid-70s forced him to hear them. But I was weaned on big band and Bebop and love the Beatles.
Easy money - big noise -short life ....
I wish everyone would take 5 minutes and listen to this...
Unbelievable sax man. Great !!!!!!!!!!!
He is playing one of top favorites !!!!!
he does wave the best
He is such a skilled musician and I'm sure he inspires a lot of other people. I think the music he creates is beautiful.
Just a genius to play another one (Antonio CarlosJobim) we miss you Stan.....
Now ain't that somthin !!!
albert dailey piano georges Graz bass billy hart drums ! anymore of this concert?
Wonderful interpretation of Jobim's Wave xx
Ruth Jacobs Ditto.
Woav! I can't get this melody out from my head! Just perfect with Stan Getz. I love it!
Remember this one? We used to call it music.
Today they call some other staff - music...yo
we still do, even us Ornette and Coltrane fans love Getz' playing and Jobim's wonderful melodies.
Isn't his tone the best ever?! Even Coltrane said so. The only one who is similar to this sound is the great Paul Desmond, but still, Stan is special.
You hit the nail on the head .DESMOND ALSO.NOW ITS THE SOUND OF PLAYING WITH BOXING GLOVES ON. HORSESHIT TONE.
You don't need more than 3 notes to recognize his sound. It's really very unique.
I wonder why it's published in Eb when everyone plays it in D.
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do you think stan played a 5 read know wander his lips look nume
getz played at the upper level of the key so you'll hear the occasional squeak that denotes just that. you always know it's him when you hear that.
Jobim was right he the best to play Jobim
They have a jazz concert at Stan Getz former estate on November 19th with Kenny Baron; it's called Shadowbrook in Tarrytown ny
He is the reason I became a saxophonist
Sequoyah Cisneros yea he’s a womanizer
Ernst Hergenbeck COLTRANE MY MAN!!!
I want to play saxophone but my school band gave me tuba and (aside from panio) it's the only instrument I have some skill in
@Ernst Hergenbeck Perhaps when you get older you will relax and really appreciate this mellow sound, there is nothing stopping you from playing both. I am a Jnr Walker fan and the reason I picked up saxophone along with Stan Getz.
Reason good enough...Keep going
The melody have their own king, Stan Getz
best saxophonist ever!!! Ilove him!!
No one was better. Such tone, technique and style. Please be there with a group when I die.
Stan Getz is fantastic
Getz, Nordic, Bossa Nova,……It's the trinity!
He dominates the state with his golden tones and incredible melodic inventions. That's the way horn player should be. He had completely absorbed bossa nova until that then. And quality is always guaranteed.
john marass nope, it’s Stan’s tone alright. He was a master of the horn and that tone is a unique identifier of his. Totally natural
Leonardo Paoletti - See my reply to john marass
john marass - Getz's tone is not 'altered somehow' ; he always chose to play in a higher 'register' than his peers. He often sounded like he was playing alto, but no, ... all the tenor notes were there on his sax, but it was his avoiding some of the lower ones which helped him achieve his unique sound.
right on the money aki
Leonardo Paoletti Sorry, I'm a Japanese and very , very poor English speaker. And I can't understand you. Adieu.
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