Goodbye Peterson Oscar 1961?
Having little background on the particular circumstances of this recording it definitely defines Oscar Peterson's extreme skills superior to virtually any jazz pianist in the history of jazz.
Oscar's hero was Art Tatum and one can hear a quite a bit of Tatumesque sounding runs. I have listened to a lot of Tatum's recordings and after a while his magic runs to me seem to become somewhat repetitive. I don't feel that way with Oscar's.
This track came from a European collector and seems to be recorded in the early sixties in Holland. Ray Brown on bass, and I believe Ed Thigpen on drums.