The More I See You is a 1995 album by Oscar Peterson, the first album recorded since his stroke, in 1993. In a Mellow Tone" (Duke Ellington, Milt Gabler) – 4:53. Gee Baby, Ain't I Good to You" (Andy Razaf, Don Redman) – 4:45. On the Trail" (Harold Adamson, Ferde Grofé) – 7:03. When My Dreamboat Comes Home" (David Franklin, Cliff Friend) – 8:17. Ron's Blues" (Oscar Peterson) – 8:05. For All We Know" (John Frederick Coots, Sam M. Lewis) – 8:39. Blues for Lisa" (Peterson) – 9:15.
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For the all-star date, The More I See You, Peterson tears into seven standards and two blues and outswings all potential competitors. Altoist Benny Carter at 87 sounds like he is 47 (if Carter had retired back in 1940 he would still be a legend), and flugelhornist Clark Terry (here 74) proves to be not only (along with the remarkable 90-year-old Doc Cheatham) the finest trumpeter over 70 but one of the top brassmen of any age.
I See You, the third album by the xx, sounds like an attempt to incorporate everyone’s talents into a new version of their sound, one true to their roots but richer and more varied. On their first two albums, the xx limited their arrangements so that the songs could be performed live. But here, Jamie xx’s samples form the backbone of several songs, allowing them to move into territory that would be impossible with a ed-percussion set up. An early single, On Hold, even cops a mangled hook from a Hall and Oates song.