Oscar Peterson’s Iconic Solo on “Sometimes I’m Happy” (LOTW #207)

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Oscar Peterson's Iconic Solo

Few jazz piano trio albums are as beloved as The Trio, live in Chicago in 1961.

Oscar’s signature trio with Ed Thigpen on drums and Ray Brown on bass is unrivaled in terms of their ability to swing.

This track is no exception, and Oscar holds nothing back during his solo.

Enjoy this excerpt from “Sometimes I’m Happy!”

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Happy Practicing!

Brenden Lowe

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