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1-29-2006

Play lists from our weekly jazz radio broadcast including recording dates, personnel and CD and LP information.

1-29-2006

Postby jazzjester » Sun July 16 2006 07:51 PM

Quintette du Hot Club de France - Sweet Georgia Brown & Daphne Decca Stephane Grappelli (vln) Django Reinhardt (g solo) Eugene Vees (g) Louis Vola (b, Gus Chaput (g) London, January 31, 1938 Jazz masters 38 - Verve

Juan Tizol (Teezole) and his Orchestra: The sphinx April 1946 Arnold Ross (p) Irving Ashby (g) Ed Mihelich (b) Nick Fatool (d) History Of The Jazz Guitar – Proper

Stan Hasselgard and his Smorgasbirds: Swedish pastry December 1947 Ake "Stan" Hasselgard (cl) Red Norvo (vib) Arnold Ross (p) Barney Kessel (g) Rollo Garberg (b) Uffe Baadh (d) Classic Capitol Jazz Sessions – Mosaic

Arnold Ross Quartet: The moon is low Benny Carter (as) Arnold Ross (p) Allen Reuss (g) Artie Bernstein (b) Nick Fatool (d) Los Angeles, April 7, 1946 Benny Carter Quintet Sessions – Blue Moon

Jazz pianist Arnold Ross born on this day in 1921. Obscure… maybe… but Ross recorded in some really great groups in the mid 40s and even worked with the traveling jazz show Jazz at The Philharmonic. Then his recording career diminished until the early 50s when he cut some sides with both Dizzy Gillespie and Barney Kessel. However he is then found working as pianist with Ray Anthony, then makes a recording date with Benny Carter for the Aspects album, but from 1962 to 1976 appears to fall off the face of the earth till 1975. I personally don’t think the guy ever played a bad note and the four sides in the next prove it. So what happened to this cat Arnold Ross and why didn’t he become a star? Well….. In the early 1960s Ross was holed up in the Tulare County Mountains at a drug treatment facility called Synanon as was jazz guitarist Joe Pass. In fact they formed a jazz group called Sound Of Synanon and had a release on Pacific Jazz in 1962. So it appears as if, like many of the musicians of the mid 40s bop school, Ross got hooked. Here is Arnold Ross on piano in a variety of settings in the mid 40s…first with Anita O Day

Anita O'Day with Ralph Burns I told ya I love ya, now get out Late 1947 Anita O'Day (vcl) acc by Ray Linn, Al Killian, Conrad Gozzo (tp) poss. Dale Pierce (tp) or Harry "Sweets" Edison (tp) Ray Sims (tb) poss. Bill Harris (tb) Harry Klee (as) prob. Hal McKusick (as) poss. Herbie Steward (ts) Arnold Ross (p) Barney Kessel (g) Joe Mondragon (b) Jimmy Pratt (d) Ralph Burns (arr,cond) Title Track to a 1991 Sony Music CD

Red Norvo's Nine: Hollyridge Drive October 1947 Bobby Sherwood (cnt) Benny Carter (as,arr,comp) Dave Cavanaugh, Eddie Miller (ts) Red Norvo (vib) Arnold Ross (p) Dave Barbour (g) Billy Hadnott (b) Jesse Price (d) Classic Capitol Jazz Sessions – Mosaic

Helen Humes and her All Stars: Voo-it Helen Humes (vcl) acc by Snooky Young (tp) Willie Smith (as) Corky Corcoran (ts) Arnold Ross (p) Allen Reuss (g) Red Callender (b) Henry Tucker Green (d)
Los Angeles, c. November 1945 Complete 1927-1950 Studio Recordings – Jazz Factory

Willie Smith and his Orchestra: Moten swing Billy May (tp,arr) Murray McEachern (tb) Willie Smith (as) Arnold Ross (p) Les Paul (g) Ed Mihelich (b) Nick Fatool (d) February 11, 1945 Jazz Club Guitar – Verve

Willie Smith - Lover come back to me (pt 1&2) November 12, 1945 Howard McGhee (tp) Willie Smith (as) Lucky Thompson (ts) Arnold Ross (p) Eddie Safranski (b) Lee Young (d) Lover come back to me" on issues as "Experiment perilous Sunset Swing - Black Lion 43:00

Doubtful that a tribute to Jazz pianist Arnold Ross is occurring anywhere else in the world on his date of birth…


Speaking of obscure…from Sweden it’s the Harry Arnold Swedish Radio Studio Orchestra Recorded this week in 1957

Harry Arnold's Swedish Radio Studio Orchestra: Jersey Bounce - Harry Arnold Premiari – Ancha Stockholm, February 2, 1957

Sarah Vaughan Everyday [I have the blues] Sarah Vaughan (vcl) acc by large orchestra incl. Clark Terry, Charlie Shavers, Joe Newman, Freddie Hubbard (tp) J.J. Johnson, Kai Winding (tb) Phil Woods, Benny Golson (reeds) + others, same pers except Thad Jones (arr-1) New York, January 24, 1967 Sassy Swings Again - Mercury

Nat King Cole acc by Count Basie Orchestra: Welcome to the club John Anderson, Wendell Culley, Thad Jones, Joe Newman, Snooky Young (tp) Henry Coker, Al Grey, Benny Powell (tb) Marshal Royal, Frank Wess (as) Frank Foster, Billy Mitchell (ts) Charlie Fowlkes (bar) Gerald Wiggins (p) Freddie Green (g) Eddie Jones (b) Sonny Payne (d) Dave Cavanaugh (arr) same July 1958

Count Basie and his Orchestra: Who, Me? December 1958 Joe Newman, Wendell Culley, Snooky Young (tp) Thad Jones (tp,arr) Henry Coker, Benny Powell, Al Grey (tb) Marshal Royal (as,cl) Frank Wess (as,ts,fl,arr) Frank Foster (ts,arr) Billy Mitchell (ts) Charles Fowlkes (bar,bcl,fl) Count Basie (p) Freddie Green (g) Eddie Jones (b) Sonny Payne (d) Chairman Of The Board – Roulette



Charlie Barnet had a big hit with a song called Cherokee during the Swing era but it was actually the Count Basie big band that recorded it first in 2 parts on the 3rd day of February 1939

Count Basie and his Orchestra: Cherokee (pt 1) (jm arr) Cherokee (pt 2) February 3, 1939 Buck Clayton (tp,arr) Shad Collins (tp) Harry "Sweets" Edison (tp,arr) Ed Lewis (tp) Dicky Wells, Dan Minor, Benny Morton (tb) Earl Warren (as) Chu Berry, Lester Young (ts) Jack Washington (bar) Count Basie (p) Freddie Green (g) Walter Page (b) Jo Jones (d) Jimmy Mundy (arr)

Teddy Powell - Ridin' the subways prob pers.) February 1, 1940 Gus Bivona (cl,as) Don Lodice, Pete Mondello (ts) Milt Raskin (p) Ray Conniff (arr) Title track Hep Records

Harry James and the Boogie Woogie Trio Woo woo: Boo Woo (1) Pete Johnson (p-1) A Boogie Woogie Celebration - Columbia

Harry James and the Boogie Woogie Trio Woo woo (2) Harry James (tp) Albert Ammons (p-2) Johnny Williams (b) Eddie Dougherty (d) February 1, 1939 Swingtown – Collectibles


While we’re doing some boogie woogie here’s the Lionel Hampton Quartet recorded this week in 1946

Lionel Hampton and his Quartet: Ridin On The L&N Lionel Hampton (vib,vcl,d-1) Dan Burley (p) Billy Mackel (g) Charlie Harris (b) George Jenkins (d) January 30, 1946

Wingy Manone Casey Jones (wm vcl) April 1939 Wingy Manone (tp,vcl) Buster Bailey (cl) Chu Berry (ts) Conrad Lanoue (p) Zeb Julian (g) Jules Cassard (b) Cozy Cole (d) Chu Berry – Berry Story – Jazz Archives

Louis Jordan - Texas and Pacific October 1946 Aaron Izenhall (tp) Louis Jordan (as,vcl) prob James Wright (ts) Wild Bill Davis (p,arr) Carl Hogan (el-g) Jesse "Po" Simpkins (b) Joe Morris (d) [ Christopher Columbus (d) Louis Jordan And His Tympanny Five

Recorded live in February 1996 at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tenn. Asleep At The Wheel with the Manhattan Transfer covering Louis Jordan’s million selling Choo Choo Ch Boogie from a Manhattan Transfer CD on A&M Records called Swing




It was on this day in 1981 that drummer great Cozy Cole passed away. Cozy worked with Stuff Smith and Cab Calloway during the Swing Era and enjoyed a resurgence in his career when in the late 50s he had a surprise hit with Topsy
Cozy Cole Topsy I Topsy II Bernie Privin (tp) Urbie Green (tb) Peanuts Hucko (cl,ts) Dick Hyman (org) Cozy Cole (d) 1957-58 Cozy Cole Hits – Love Records

Royal Crown Revue – Stormy Weather The Contender – Warner Brothers

Earl Bostic - Wrap it up Earl Bostic (as) Gene Redd (vib) Fletcher Smith (p,org) Allan Seltzer (g) Marge Gibson (b) Charles Walton (d) Eddie Barefield (g) October 1950 Flamingo - Dreyfus

Louis Prima – Jump Jive And Wail Jump Louis Prima (vcl,tp,ldr) acc by Jimmie "Little Red" Blount (tb) Sam Butera (sax) William "Willie" McCumber (p) Jack Marshall (g) Amado Rodriques (b) Robert "Bobby" Morris (d) Keely Smith (vcl-1) April 1956



It was during this week in 1963 when the Duke Ellington Orchestra began a series of engagements at The Paris Olympia Theater. Two performances from the Olympia here

Duke Ellington and his Orchestra: Rockin In Rhythm & Kinda Dukish as well as Lay-by February 1963
Cootie Williams, Cat Anderson, Roy Burrows (tp) Ray Nance (tp,vln,vcl) Lawrence Brown, Buster Cooper, Chuck Connors (tb) Jimmy Hamilton (cl,ts) Russell Procope (as,cl) Johnny Hodges (as) Paul Gonsalves (ts) Harry Carney (bar,b-cl,cl) Duke Ellington (p) Ernie Shepard (b) Sam Woodyard (d) "Olympia Theatre", Paris, The great Paris concert: Atlantic



Jack McDuff - The honeydripper: Jimmy Forrest (ts) Brother Jack McDuff (org) Grant Green (g) Ben Dixon (d)
February 3, 1961
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