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Errol Garner: The Complete Savoy Master Takes


Download links and information about Errol Garner: The Complete Savoy Master Takes by Erroll Garner. This album was released in 1999 and it belongs to Jazz, Bop genres. It contains 41 tracks with total duration of 01:57:04 minutes.

Artist: Erroll Garner
Release date: 1999
Genre: Jazz, Bop
Tracks: 41
Duration: 01:57:04
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No. Title Length
1. Laura 2:44
2. Star Dust 2:46
3. Somebody Loves Me 2:43
4. (Back Home Again In) India 2:35
5. I Surrender, Dear 3:02
6. I Only Have Eyes for You 2:59
7. Stompin' at the Savoy 3:07
8. I Cover the Waterfront 3:02
9. It's Easy to Remember 2:42
10. Penthouse Serenade (When We're Alone) 3:00
11. Love Walked In 2:59
12. September Song 3:04
13. Body and Soul 2:58
14. All the Things You Are 2:58
15. (I Don't Stand ) A Ghost of a Chance (With You) 2:41
16. Yesterdays 3:04
17. Goodbye 2:55
18. I'm In the Mood for Love 2:55
19. I Can't Believe That Your In Love With Me 2:36
20. More Than You Know 2:45
21. Undecided 2:42
22. Red Sails In the Sunset 2:43
23. All of Me 2:49
24. Over the Rainbow 3:01
25. A Cottage for Sale 2:58
26. This Can't Be Love 2:19
27. The Man I Love 2:37
28. Moonglow 2:36
29. I Want a Little Girl 2:47
30. She's Funny That Way 2:31
31. Until the Real Thing Comes Along 2:51
32. (I'm) Confessin' (That I Love You) 3:00
33. Stormy Weather 3:08
34. On the Sunny Side of the Street 2:49
35. Rosalie 3:05
36. Everything Happens to Me 3:05
37. A Stairway to the Stars 2:51
38. Play, Fiddle, Play 2:48
39. Dark Eyes 2:59
40. Laff, Slam Laff 2:57
41. Jumpin' at the Deuces 2:53



Does it get any better than this? The nearly two hours of music on this double CD set covers Erroll Garner's complete released output for Savoy from January 1945 — where he was part of the Slam Stewart Quartet — through the summer of 1949. All of it has been transferred off original acetate sources and very carefully CEDAR-ized to bring out the musical detail in preference to the noise inherent in the masters, and the result is one up-close-and-personal get-together between one's ears and his piano, with bassist John Simmons and drummers Alvin Stoller or Jesse Price providing the underlying beat. From his dazzling first recording of "Laura" through the quieter joys of "I Only Have Eyes for You" (the only rendition that ever eclipsed the Flamingos' more extroverted version as this writer's favorite, with its quietly ornate glory) to "Stormy Weather," the material here is priceless in its alternately serene and playful elegance, and also one of the best cases (if one were still needed) for digital audio and CD playback — this music is all too quiet to be interfered with by the flaws in vinyl, to be fully appreciated. The annotation is also extremely thorough, and the entire set is a must-own piece for fans of the pianist, or the piano.