1978
Label: World Record Club - R-01827 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Club Edition, Reissue • Country: Australia • Genre: Jazz •
Things Aint What They Used To Be - The Oscar Peterson Trio - Night Train (Vinyl, LP, Album)

Reissue from the early 70s. (P) Recorded 15th and 16th December, Printed in England. B5 is published by F. D. & H. A5 is credited as Moten's Swing on the Rear sleeve. Some copies have title on spine as Night Train (Vol. 1) unlike the sleeve and labels.

Night Train. Although the repertoire on this CD reissue by the Oscar Peterson Trio (with bassist Ray Brown and drummer Ed Thigpen) is fairly typical (with such veteran standards as "C Jam Blues," "Bags' Groove," "Easy Does It" and "I Got It Bad"), Peterson and his sidemen sound fairly inspired. Actually the highpoints are the final two selections: Duke Ellington 's "Band Call" and the original version of O.P.'s .

Night Train is one of the best jazz piano albums I have yet to hear. Oscar Peterson is spellbinding -- both at breakneck and leisurely speeds -- and the ensemble is tight. Favorites here include Ellington's C-Jam Blues (only two notes!), The Honeydripper, Moten Swing, a definitive Band Call and of course a memorable rendition of the title track/5().

Night Train C Jam Blues Georgia On My Mind Bags' Groove Moten Swing Easy Does It Honey Dripper Things Ain't What They Used To Be I Got It Bad and That Ain't Good Band Call Hymn To Freedom.

Night Train, an Album by The Oscar Peterson Trio. Released in August on Verve (catalog no. V; Vinyl LP). Genres: Cool Jazz. Rated #38 in the best albums of , and # of all-time album.. Featured peformers: Oscar Peterson (piano), Ray Brown (bass), Ed Thigpen (drums), Norman Granz (producer), Val Valentin (recording engineer), Pete Turner (photography).


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