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Jazz Moods - Cool


Download links and information about Jazz Moods - Cool by Stan Getz. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Jazz genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 53:24 minutes.

Artist: Stan Getz
Release date: 2004
Genre: Jazz
Tracks: 11
Duration: 53:24
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No. Title Length
1. Lester Left Town 5:51
2. Double Rainbow 3:32
3. Sometime Ago 4:03
4. Ligia 5:22
5. Out of This World 4:31
6. Misty 5:16
7. Aguas de Marco 4:42
8. Have You Met Miss Jones 2:12
9. E Preciso Perdoar 5:14
10. The Peacocks 5:39
11. Who Cares 7:02



The tenor with the most cool credentials in jazz history, Stan Getz is a natural fit for any label's Jazz Moods: Cool series. Unfortunately, Columbia/Legacy owns very few Getz recordings (Verve is the home of his best material), and few of them are excellent. Four disparate sessions comprise this 11-track entry, but they do function as a perfunctory overview of Getz's many accomplishments — just not the best examples of those accomplishments. The Brazilian jazz revolution is touched upon not by the classic Getz/Gilberto album (which Verve owns) but by a 1976 reunion with João Gilberto titled The Best of Two Worlds. His mid-'60s prime is represented by tracks from Bob Brookmeyer and Friends or Tony Bennett's Jazz volume, and the other session is a 1977 duet album with pianist Jimmy Rowles. Not the best place to start with Getz if you're looking for his bossa nova favorites, Jazz Moods: Cool functions more as an interesting way for fans to pick up some far-flung material.