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Oscar Peterson: The Will to Swing
Release Date February 5, Genre Jazz. Track Listing - Disc 1. Fine and Dandy. Please do it. Oscar said, All right. And Sinatra agreed.
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When Peterson arrived, there were 12 guests, including agent Irving Lazar, black comedian Godfrey Cambridge, the widow of restaurateur Mike Romanoff and dancers Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly along with their wives. He has been like a schoolboy. The Sinatra family surely has it—and probably dozens of other jazz get-togethers at his L. The feeling was mutual.
This album is not only a tribute to Frank Sinatra but also my emotional interpretation of the feelings I get when I hear him. I have tried, therefore, to paint as well as I can a portrait told in my personal jazz terms, of Frank Sinatra. Why was this album recorded in Paris?
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