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Oscar Peterson LIVE: The Berlin Concert (1985)

Live at the Berlin Philarmonie on July 2, 1985.

PERSONNEL:

Oscar Peterson – piano

Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen – bass

Martin Drew – drums

Track Listing:

  1. Salute to Bach
  2. Who Can I Turn To
  3. Blues Étude
  4. Yours Is My Heart Alone
  5. Falling In Love With La Belle Province
  6. Nigerian Marketplace
  7. Cakewalk
  8. Skylark – My Foolish Heart
  9. Perdido
  10. Caravan

Oscar Peterson is very much at the top of his game throughout this 1985 concert at the Berlin Philahrmonie.

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With the dazzling bassist Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen and drummer Martin Drew, the pianist puts together an outstanding set of standards, famous jazz compositions, and several of his own pieces. “Who Can I Turn To” blends Peterson’s tremendous chops while retaining the piece’s lyricism. “Cakewalk” provides the leader a chance to stride a bit. Peterson’s moving “Nigerian Marketplace” (written for “Africa,” a suite that the pianist never recorded for release) spotlights Pedersen.

Drew provides excellent support for his bandmates throughout the performance, engaging the pianist in a series of exchanges in a romp through Peterson’s “Blues Etude.” The finale is a true showstopper, starting with an understated “Perdido” that eventually gives way to a mad dash through “Caravan.”

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