From All Sides

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Vince and Bola

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Fantasy 1986061 #ad - Their light mix of bossa nova and bop jazz landed these songs in lounges across America back in the day--now they provide a snapshot of the '60s club scene as well as a greater spotlight on Sete's style, which gets generous attention on the fantastic '66 date, Bola Sete at the Monterey Jazz Festival. This reissue combines the pair's first collaboration, and their third and final collaboration, Vince Guaraldi & Bola Sete and Friends from 1963, Live at El Matador from 1966, on one 73-minute disc.

Tad hendrickson. Pianist vince guaraldi is best known for his musical accompaniment to Charles Schulz's Peanuts cartoons, but he was also a successful jazz pianist until his death in 1976. Two sides of the same coin, the playing on Friends is tighter and moodier, while the live album shows the two stretching out in the traditional jazz sense.

Vince and Bola #ad - Guaraldi fans used to hearing his trio will find Sete's guitar to be a fine addition to the pianist's sound. Brazilian guitarist bola sete was a star in the bossa nova movement of the '60s who fell into obscurity before being embraced by the New Age crowd in the '80s.

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The Latin Side of Vince Guaraldi

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Vince Guaraldi Trio + a Flower Is a Lovesome Thing

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Essential Standards

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Original Jazz Classics 5452194 #ad - An all-new cd series featuring legendary jazz artists performing standards from the Great American Songbook and beyond.

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In Person

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Original Jazz Classics 1986937 #ad - No description Available. Genre: jazz musicmedia format: compact DiskRating: Release Date: 24-OCT-1997.

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A Charlie Brown Christmas 2012 Remastered & Expanded Edition

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Fantasy Records 25631470 #ad - A newly remastered edition of one of the most popular and beloved holiday albums of all-time. This special 2012 edition of the multi-platinum selling classic includes THREE BONUS TRACKS that did not appear on the original 1965 LP. Shrink-wrapped.

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Jazz Impressions of Black Orpheus Original Jazz Classics Remasters

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Original Jazz Classics MSE869860 #ad - A few years later, millions fell in love with Guaraldi's Peanuts music. This reissue adds alternate takes of that Guaraldi original plus Manha De Carnaval; O Nosso Amor, and Felicidade ! Shrink-wrapped. Shrink-wrapped. But the pianist's first big breakthrough and best album was this 1962 LP, which shot to #24 thanks to the #22 pop hit Cast Your Fate to the Wind.

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Cast Your Fate to the Wind Jazz Impressions of Black Orpheus

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Vince Guaraldi Trio

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The Complete Warner Bros.-Seven Arts Recordings

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Omnivore Recordings #ad - Includes 4 previously unissued bonus tracks. Liner notes by Guaraldi biographer, Derrick Bang. Shrink-wrapped. With songs like “linus and lucy” and “christmas Time Is Here, ” the special a hit and for over five decades not a holiday season goes by without an airing of the television classic. Guaraldi’s last album for the label and last ever album, came in early 1970 and was called Alma-Ville.

Lee mendelson heard guaraldi’s version while working on a Peanuts documentary, and contacted Guaraldi, asking him to score the upcoming Peanuts Christmas special. It was a match made in television and musical history. All three warner-Seven Arts albums remastered on 2 CDs. Records. For his inaugural album, and drums, bass, he decided to re-interpret his Peanuts classics on Oh, Good Grief! In addition to the instantly recognizable Guaraldi sound of piano, this time he added electric guitar and electric harpsichord to the mix.

The Complete Warner Bros.-Seven Arts Recordings #ad - Many people got to know vince guaraldi through his 1963 grammy®-winning song, ” or via the group, “Cast Your Fate To The Wind, Sounds Orchestral’s top 10 cover of it two years later. Six of the nine songs that appear on this ‘return to jazz’ project were Guaraldi originals and recorded with several different ensembles.

It certainly ranks among his best-ever albums. 1969’s the eclectic vince guaraldi lived up to its title and found Guaraldi experimenting with everything from a large string section, to his first recorded vocal debut covering the singer/songwriter, Tim Hardin, to original compositions that could be described as lengthy rock jams.

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