Every Stan Getz chorus tells a story. An obvious, luminous one. Beginning with the anecdote a tune describes, using light touches, he draws out a much more fascinating, evident new song, full of an unmeasurable richness. Going from his solo on Bronx Blues invented almost forty years ago to his improvisation inspired by Apasionado or Lonely Lady, without forgetting his sublime I Remember Clifford, it's easy to follow the way he took, a way without any cheating.
Bronx Blues (Bb and Eb) - I Remember Clifford (Bb and Eb) - Any Time Tomorrow (Bb and Eb) - Lonely Lady (Bb and Eb) - Apasionado (Bb and Eb) - A Softly As In A Morning Sunrise (Bb and Eb) - There Is No Greater Love (Bb and Eb)