Bossas & Ballads – The Lost Sessions

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Bossas & Ballads - The Lost Sessions
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Studio album by Stan Getz
Released March 17–19, 2003
Recorded March 26, 28, 29, 1989
Genre Jazz
Label Verve
Producer Herb Alpert

In 1989, tenor saxophonist Stan Getz recorded a couple of sessions for A&M Records. But the results were shelved in favor of Apasionado, an orchestrated Latin jazz suite that was released in 1990. These sessions, recorded by A&M and issued for the first time on Verve Records, show Getz playing bossa nova and ballads in his later years. It also highlighted the compositions of Kenny Barron, with whom Getz worked in his final years.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Sunshower" (Kenny Barron)
  2. "Yours and Mine" (Thad Jones)
  3. "Joanne Julia" (Kenny Barron)
  4. "Soul Eyes" (Mal Waldron)
  5. "Spiral" (Kenny Barron)
  6. "Beatrice" (Sam Rivers)
  7. "The Wind" (Russ Freeman, Jerry Gladstone)
  8. "El Sueno" (Kenny Barron)
  9. "Feijoada" (Kenny Barron)

Session information[edit]

Recorded March 28, 1989 A&M, Los Angeles - Mixed at Capitol, Los Angeles March 17–19, 2003