Garry Dial And Dick Oatts - Dial & Oatts Play Cole Porter FLAC album
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Dial & Oatts Play Cole Porter.
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CD-495): Garry Dial & Dick Oatts: Dial & Oatts Play Cole Porter. CD-496): The Fantasy Band: The Fantasy Band. CD-497): Joe Morello: Going Places. CD-498): The Robert Hohner Percussion Ensemble: Lift Off. (CD-499): Warren Bernhardt: Family Album. CD-499 P): Warren Bernhardt Family Album Promotion Disc. CD-500): The Mann Brothers: Mann to Mann. CD-501): Bob Mintzer Big Band: Only in New York.
Dick Oatts, Garry Dial, John Riley, Jay Anderson - Greensleeves, Giant Steps 12:51. Dick Oatts, Garry Dial, Jay Anderson, John Riley - Red Snapper 09:31. Dick Oatts, Garry Dial, Jay Anderson, John Riley - Red Arrow 88 07:48. Dick Oatts, Garry Dial, Jay Anderson, John Riley - Sonato for Joan 07:16.
Bass – Jay Anderson Drums – Jeff Hirshfield Piano – Garry Dial Saxophone – Dick Oatts. Digital Music Products, Inc. – CD-495(US). No release results found : showing artist results instead.
Pianist, composer, producer, and teacher Garry Dial and saxophonist Dick Oatts had already put together impressive résumés before joining together to form the post-bop duo Dial Oatts in 1990. A native of Iowa, Oatts joined the Thad Jones-Mel Lewis Orchestra soon after moving to New York in 1972. Since then, he's gone on to work with a diverse range of jazz and Latin musicians including Eddie Gomez, Jerry Bergonzi, Lester Bowie, Joe Lovano, Tom Harrell, Paquito D'Rivera, Tito Puente, and Gunther Schuller. They returned to the jazz quartet format for Play Cole Porter, featuring the rhythm section of Anderson on bass and Jeff Hirschfield on drums. Both Dial and Oatts remain active as teachers. A Taste Of DMP - Kept Woman -Garry Dial & Dick Oatts. Too much is just right by Dial & Oatts 3;55.
Live at Bim Huis/Amsterdam. Like Someone in Love. Transcription by Mauro Guenza. Transcription by Paolo Mannelli. Confirmation (page 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 ). The Man With The Horn. Charlie Parker:The Complete Savoy and Dial Recordings 1944-1948).
Dick Oatts is a phenomenal player. I heard him solo with the Vanguard Jazz Orchestra, and he literally brought the house down. He also was the only player in the band whose suit didn't fit him. On this album, he plays with a mixture of soulfulness and dazzle that really is quite inimitable. He even contributes a lovely flute solo. Garry Dial plays well, as do the other members of their quartet-there is even a delicious string section. But this really is Dick Oatts's show. As with other CDs from DMP, the sound engineering is a total delight . This album should make you want to hear other CDs by these artists, including the excellent Dial and Oatts Play Cole Porter. 6 people found this helpful.
|Ev'rything I Love||7:25|
|So In Love||4:54|
|I Love You||6:59|
|All Of You||6:25|
|Down In The Depths||5:56|
|What Is This Thing Called Love?||5:48|
|At Long Last Love||4:40|
|Let's Do It (Let's Fall In Love)||4:30|
|Goodbye Little Dream, Goodbye||5:42|
|Too Much Is Just Right||3:51|
|CD-495||Garry Dial And Dick Oatts||Garry Dial And Dick Oatts - Dial & Oatts Play Cole Porter (CD, Album)||DMP||CD-495||USA & Canada||1993|
|CD-495||Garry Dial And Dick Oatts||Garry Dial And Dick Oatts - Dial & Oatts Play Cole Porter (CD, Album, Promo)||DMP||CD-495||USA & Canada||1993|