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Oscar Peterson|Exclusively for My Friends: Mellow Mood, Vol. V (Live)

Exclusively for My Friends: Mellow Mood, Vol. V (Live)

The Oscar Peterson Trio

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The fifth volume of Oscar Peterson's Exclusively for My Friends series is another lively trio affair with Sam Jones and Bobby Durham, though the album title Mellow Mood is a bit deceptive. "In a Mellow Tone" plunges in full force with a bluesy performance, with the audience responding to Peterson's opening solo as Durham switches from brushes to sticks. Peterson's amusing detour into Mercer Ellington's "Things Ain't What They Used to Be" and Jones' driving bass add to its appeal. His arrangement of Horace Silver's "Nica's Dream" begins quietly before he slowly turns on the turbochargers in an inspired performance. Gone is the overly dramatic introduction to "On Green Dolphin Street" heard during the earlier 1961 sessions at the London House; this interpretation is far more compelling as it doesn't seek to overwhelm the listener with the pianist's technique. The snappy take of "Summertime" is infused with a blues feeling in a brisk setting, while "Who Can I Turn To" evokes the memory of Art Tatum, though this composition was obviously never recorded by Oscar's good friend. Peterson fires up the tempo as Jones and Durham join him.
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In a Mellotone (Live)
00:06:01

The Oscar Peterson Trio, Performer - Duke Ellington, Composer - Hans Georg Brunner-Schwer, Producer

2014 Edel Germany GmbH 2014 Edel Germany GmbH

2
Nica's Dream (Live)
00:07:51

The Oscar Peterson Trio, Performer - Horace Silver, Composer - Hans Georg Brunner-Schwer, Producer

2014 Edel Germany GmbH 2014 Edel Germany GmbH

3
Green Dolphin Street (Live)
00:06:22

The Oscar Peterson Trio, Performer - Bronislaw Kaper, Composer - Hans Georg Brunner-Schwer, Producer

2014 Edel Germany GmbH 2014 Edel Germany GmbH

4
Summertime (Live)
00:05:24

The Oscar Peterson Trio, Performer - George Gershwin, Composer - Hans Georg Brunner-Schwer, Producer

2014 Edel Germany GmbH 2014 Edel Germany GmbH

5
Sometimes I'm Happy (Live)
00:05:05

The Oscar Peterson Trio, Performer - Vincent Youmans, Composer - Hans Georg Brunner-Schwer, Producer

2014 Edel Germany GmbH 2014 Edel Germany GmbH

6
Who Can I Turn to (When Nobody Needs Me) (Live)
00:06:22

The Oscar Peterson Trio, Performer - Leslie Bricusse, Composer - Hans Georg Brunner-Schwer, Producer

2014 Edel Germany GmbH 2014 Edel Germany GmbH

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The fifth volume of Oscar Peterson's Exclusively for My Friends series is another lively trio affair with Sam Jones and Bobby Durham, though the album title Mellow Mood is a bit deceptive. "In a Mellow Tone" plunges in full force with a bluesy performance, with the audience responding to Peterson's opening solo as Durham switches from brushes to sticks. Peterson's amusing detour into Mercer Ellington's "Things Ain't What They Used to Be" and Jones' driving bass add to its appeal. His arrangement of Horace Silver's "Nica's Dream" begins quietly before he slowly turns on the turbochargers in an inspired performance. Gone is the overly dramatic introduction to "On Green Dolphin Street" heard during the earlier 1961 sessions at the London House; this interpretation is far more compelling as it doesn't seek to overwhelm the listener with the pianist's technique. The snappy take of "Summertime" is infused with a blues feeling in a brisk setting, while "Who Can I Turn To" evokes the memory of Art Tatum, though this composition was obviously never recorded by Oscar's good friend. Peterson fires up the tempo as Jones and Durham join him.
© Ken Dryden /TiVo

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