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Oscar Peterson Trio LP - Devialet Lost Recordings

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Oscar Peterson Trio LP - Devialet Lost Recordings
Oscar Peterson Trio - Live at Concertgebouw - 1961 Vinyl LP

2 Records/4 Lacquers


The Lost Recordings collection is the work of passionate people united around a common dream: bring back to life legendary artists and give you the opportunity to live, for one concert, the powerful emotions of a live experience.

A unique remastering process based on Expert Pro technologies and developed by Fondamenta allowed us to recover the immense beauty of these recordings. Available in a limited edition vinyl and for the first time on lacquers, offers a unique journey through time.

Rediscover the legendary virtuosity of one of the greatest Jazz pianists of all time. A unique moment allowing you to experience the singular atmosphere of this unreleased concert of Oscar Peterson. Unparalleled elegance and swing.


It was 9 p.m. on 10 February 1961 and Norman Granz took to the stage of the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam to present one of the Oscar Peterson Trio’s most sensational concerts.

Waiting in the wings was his protťgť, the artist he discovered purely by chance one night in 1949 as he listened to the radio in a Montreal taxi, the man he would take to the very pinnacle of pianistic success. He was the man Granz presented that evening as the “Ineffable”. Certainly it can be said that Peterson played 100 notes when other pianists might have used ten, but all 100 usually fit, and there is nothing wrong with showing off technique when it serves the music.

At 9:15 p.m., the fluidity of the introductory notes set the tone for what was to be an exceptional concert, with Ray Brown giving the pulse to the melody so fittingly that Granz would say no double bass player could compare to him. The music was gossamer light and pure, the trio played with elegance, the swing was unique and the sound range extraordinary. Peterson’s every phrasing seemed to reveal his classical training.

The melodic purity and throb of the concert’s opening Softly, as in a Morning Sunrise overwhelm the listener, and soon Peterson’s Latino homage to his friend Dizzy Gillespie takes us somewhere between Broadway and Rio.

01 Introduction by Norman Granz - 1:43
02 Softly, as in a Morning Sunrise - 5:14
03 Band Call - 6:18
04 Con Alma - 7:06

05 Politics and Poker - 3:48
06 Where Do I Go From Here - 5:00
07 I Remember Clifford - 8:55
08 It Ain't Necessarily So - 4:21
09 Chicago - 10:25

Double album
180gm vinyl
Soft touch gatefold
Download card included to get access to the digital files in .mp3 and .aiff 16bits formats.



Vector of absolute emotions, the lacquer is a truly fascinating object of which only a few craftsmen master the cutting. Thanks to its physical properties, it is possible to cut all the finest details and textures of a recording.

Yet, the lacquers are never usually listened to since they are only used in the vinyl manufacturing process to create the pressing die.

Few people in the world have had the chance to listen to this unique medium. With The Lost Recordings collection, we offer you the opportunity to live and share this intense emotional experience.

Crafted out of aluminium and coated with a soft nitrocellulose lacquer, heavier and wider than a vinyl (14” instead of 12”) with a hypnotizing deep blue edge, the lacquer wears off as it is listened to.

Just like tasting a great wine or living the pure experience of a live concert, listening to a lacquer is a fleeting chance that can only be lived once.

The sublime and ephemeral alliance of music and craftsmanship.

Exceptional artists have been the fuel that has fired us, every step of the way. The extreme beauty of the lacquer medium required a case just as superlative. That’s why we entrusted its design to some of the world’s greatest leather craftsmen. Philippe Atienza and Pierre Gerber were those to add the finishing touches to a legend.

Handcrafted from the finest leathers used to make luxurious custom-made leather goods, each case created is a unique gem sealed by the iconic Devialet emblem.


Outside the case: calf leather
Inside the case: suedettee

A leather case with 4 lacquers from a double album, 2 lacquers from a single album
Story of the concert and The Lost Recordings collection
User guide for the lacquers
Vinyl album + download card to obtain the digital files
Hi-Res 24 bits Studio Masters 176.4 kHz available on demand
Only 30 lacquer sets per album have been created and each is numbered.

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