Following a 1978 European tour with his sextet, tenor sax giant Stan Getz stopped in Stockholm, Sweden, to gig with a trio of locals, including pianist Lars Sjösten, who composed the tune "Ballad for Laila," which is performed here. The smooth set also features choice standards such as "'Round Midnight" and "I'll Remember April," as well as Getz's only known recording of "Stan Meetz Jeff," written by Swedish baritone sax master Lars Gullin.
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Have you watched Stan Getz Quartet: In Stockholm 1978 yet? What did you think about it?