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For All We Know

Oscar Peterson Trio
& Ben Webster

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Germany, 1972


The Oscar Peterson Trio perform at a jazz workshop in Hannover, Germany on December 14, 1972 featuring special guest Ben Webster.


Ben Webster, tenor sax
Oscar Peterson, piano
Niels Henning Orsted-Pedersen, bass
Tony Inzalaco, drums

Oscar Peterson's trio provide a solid base over which Be Webster spins tenor magic in his velvet tone.

"For All We Know" was composed by J. Fred Coots and lyricist Sam Lewis in 1934 and has since become a standard. It was first introduced to listeners by Irish singer Morton Downey on his popular radio program.

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