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People Time / The Complete Recordings

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Disc 1 of 7
01
Stan Getz Announcement
0:48
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02
I'm Okay
6:32
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03
Gone With The Wind
6:33
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First Song
11:49  
05
Allison's Waltz
8:39
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06
Stablemates
8:38
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Disc 2 of 7
01
Autumn Leaves
10:27  
02
Yours And Mine
13:46  
03
(There Is) No Greater Love
8:56
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People Time
8:49
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The Surrey With A Fringe On The Top
8:02
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06
Soul Eyes
5:45
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Disc 3 of 7
01
Tuning
0:42
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02
You Don't Know What Love Is
9:51
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You Stepped Out Of A Dream
9:27
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Soul Eyes
7:47
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I Wish You Love (Que Reste T-Il De Nos Amours)
8:35
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I'm Okay
5:36
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Night And Day
8:51
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Disc 4 of 7
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East Of The Sun
9:35
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Con Alma
10:33  
03
People Time
6:34
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Stablemates
10:12  
05
I Remember Clifford
6:07
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Like Someone In Love
8:40
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07
First Song
8:45
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The Surrey With A Fringe On The Top
7:53
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Yours And Mine
9:22
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Disc 5 of 7
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The End Of A Love Affair
9:25
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Whisper Not
8:52
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You Stepped Out Of A Dream
8:47
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I Remember Clifford
9:39
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I Wish You Love (Que Reste T-Il De Nos Amours)
7:51
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Bouncing With Bud
7:22
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Soul Eyes
7:20
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The Surrey With A Fringe On The Top
9:49
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Disc 6 of 7
01
East Of Sun (And West Of The Moon)
9:55
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Night And Day
9:25
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First Song
10:10  
04
Like Someone In Love
8:08
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Stablemates
9:33
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People Time
6:51
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Disc 7 of 7
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Stan Getz Announcement
0:56
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Sofltly As In A Morning Sunrise
8:23
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I Wish I Love (Que Reste T-Il De Nos Amours)
8:49
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Hush-A-Bye
10:00  
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I'm Okay
5:54
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Con Alma
8:00
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Gone With The Wind
7:30
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The Surrey With A Fringe On The Top
8:03
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Night And Day
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Total Tracks: 51   Total Length: 416:51

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Stan's Last Will And Testament

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Disc 8 should have been the 2nd set from the 4th night, but by that time, Stan was simply too exhausted to play. That's hard to imagine based on the stunning quality of the 7 discs in this set. He had played so smoothly for over 4 decades, you hear just the slightest edge of roughness to his tone on some of these performances. But he left it all out there, held nothing back, must have known the end was near. 3 months later he was gone. The last recordings of one of the all-time greats.

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Correlation to Original Release

EMUSIC-008F0368b

As far as I can tell, the match-up to the original release is: 1) East of the Sun, Disc 4 Track 1; 2) Night & Day, 6/2; 3) I'm Okay, 3/7; 4) Like Someone In Love, 6/4; 5) Stablemates, 6/5; 6) I Remember Clifford, 5/4; 7) Gone With The Wind, 7/7; 8) First Song, 6/3; 9) No Greater Love, 2/3; 10) Surrey, 5/8; 11) People Time, 6/6; 12) Softly, 7/2; 13) Hush-A-Bye, 7/4; 14 Soul Eyes, 3/4. Please speak up if I'm wrong.

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