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5-14-2006 Mother's Day

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

5-14-2006 Mother's Day

Postby jazzjester » Sun July 16 2006 08:45 PM

Jazz bithdays this week

May 14
Zutty Singleton, 1989

May 15
Edmond Hall, 1901
Ellis Larkins, 1923
Joe Gordon, 1928

May 16
Woody Herman, 1913
Marlowe Morris, 1915

May 17
Paul Quinichette, 1916

May 18
Kai Winding, 1922

May 19
Georgie Auld, 1919

The Playlist

Ray Charles – Rockhouse pt 1 & pt 2 November 27, 1956 Ray Charles (p) acc by Joe Bridgewater, John Hunt (tp) David "Fathead" Newman (as,ts) Emmett Dennis (bar) William Peeples (d) Richard Payne (b) Blues + Jazz – Rhino

Maxine Sullivan - St. Louis blues Maxine Sullivan (vcl) acc by Charlie Shavers (tp) Buster Bailey (cl) Hilton Jefferson (as) Dick Hyman (p,org) Leonard Feather (p-1) Milt Hinton (b) Louis Burnam (d)
New York, November 1955 Maxine Sullivan Sings 1955 – 1956

Eddie Lockjaw Davis & Shirley Scott – Sometimes I’m Happy Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis (ts) Shirley Scott (org) George Duvivier (b) Arthur Edgehill (d) Ray Barretto bongos Bacalao - Prestige
New York, Dec, 1959

May 17, 1966 Della Reese - Good morning blues Della Reese (vcl) acc by Bobby Bryant (tp) Bill Doggett (org) Gerald Wiggins (p-1) Herb Ellis (g) Ray Brown (b) Shelly Manne (d) Della Reese live: ABC Paramount Live, Hollywood, CA,

Jack McDuff - The honeydripper February 1961 Jimmy Forrest (ts) Brother Jack McDuff (org) Grant Green (g) Ben Dixon (d) The Honeydripper – Prestige 33:00

Zutty Singleton was one of the two major drummers to emerge from the formative period of jazz in New Orleans in the late 20s. But he also later played behind Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie, the leading lights of the bebop era. Zutty Singleton on drums on all four songs this set on Jazz Joint JUmp

Slim Gaillard and his Orchestra - Atomic Cocktail December 15, 1945 Dodo Marmarosa (p) Slim Gaillard (g,novachord-1,vcl) Bam Brown (b,vcl) Zutty Singleton (d)

Kay Starr with the Lamplighter/Crystalette All Stars - Love me or leave me December 12, 1945 Kay Starr (vcl) acc by Ray Linn (tp) Vic Dickenson (tb) Barney Bigard (cl) Willie Smith (as) Calvin Jackson (p) Allen Reuss (g) Red Callender (b) Zutty Singleton (d)

Lionel Hampton – Dinah December 21, 1939 Benny Carter (tp) Edmond Hall (cl) Coleman Hawkins (ts) Lionel Hampton (vib) Joe Sullivan (p) Freddie Green (g) Artie Bernstein (b) Zutty Singleton (d)

Fats Waller - Moppin' and boppin' Jan 1943 Fats Waller (p,comments,vcl) , with: Benny Carter (tp) Alton "Slim" Moore (tb) Gene Porter (cl,ts) Irving Ashby (g) Slam Stewart (b) Zutty Singleton (d) Ada Brown (vcl) Stormy Weather: (feature film): 45:00

The years from about 1949 to 1952 were lean years for Jazz recordings. It was due in part to record executives pushing crooners, corn and syrup. The Big Band Era had ended and bop had yet to be accepted by a wide audience. In particular the year 1950 stands out as a mighty lean one. However… arguably three of the best jazz recordings of the year were all cut this week

May 17, 1950 Stan Getz Quartet - You go to my head Stan Getz (ts) Al Haig (p) Tommy Potter (b) Roy Haynes (d) Imagination - Dreyfus

May 19, 1950 Sarah Vaughan - Nice work if you can get it Sarah Vaughan (vcl) acc by Miles Davis (tp) Bennie Green (tb) Tony Scott (cl) Budd Johnson (ts) Jimmy Jones (p) Billy Taylor, Sr. (b) J.C. Heard (d) Mundell Lowe (g) The Divine Sarah Vaughan - Columbia

May 16, 1950 Count Basie Octet - Bluebeard blues (nh arr) Clark Terry (tp,vcl) Buddy DeFranco (cl) Charlie Rouse (ts) Serge Chaloff (bar) Count Basie (p) Freddie Green (g) Jimmy Lewis (b) Buddy Rich (d) Neal Heft (arr) America’s #1 Band - Columbia

The Dave Brubeck Trio - 'S wonderful June, 1950 Dave Brubeck (p) Ron Crotty (b) Cal Tjader (d,vib,cga,bgo) San Francisco, 24 Classic Original Recordings – Fantasy

Helen Humes acc by Dexter Gordon's Orchestra - Ain't gonna quit you baby November 1950 Helen Humes (vcl) acc by Geechie Smith (tp) Dexter Gordon (ts) Maurice Simon (bar) Ernie Freeman (p) Red Callender (b) J.C. Heard (d) Comp. 1927 – 1950 Studio Recordings – Jazz Factory 62:00

May 14, 1945 Duke Ellington and his Orchestra - It don't mean a thing (me,js,kd vcl Rex Stewart, Shelton Hemphill, Taft Jordan, Cat Anderson (tp) Ray Nance (tp,vln,vcl) Joe "Tricky Sam" Nanton, Claude Jones, Lawrence Brown (tb) Jimmy Hamilton (cl,ts) Johnny Hodges (as) Otto Hardwick (as,cl) Al Sears (ts) Harry Carney (bar,cl,b-cl) Duke Ellington (p) Fred Guy (g) Bob Haggart (b) Sonny Greer (d) Joya Sherrill, Kay Davis, Marie Ellington, Black Brown & Beige - RCA

May 14, 1945 Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra - The minor goes muggin' (so arr) Charlie Shavers, Vido Musso, Buddy Rich (d) Jess Stacy giving up his piano stool to Duke Ellington for that V Disc recording released only for GIs by the US War Dept during WW2 Yes Indeed - RCA

May 19, 1944 Glenn Miller - Bubble bath Bernie Privin, Jack Steele (tp) Peanuts Hucko (cl,as) Chuck Gentry (bar) Carmen Mastren (g) Trigger Alpert (b) Ray McKinley, (d) Composed and arranged by Mel Powell Secret Broadcasts - RCA A number of Miller’s American band Of The Allied Expeditionary Forces recordings cut at Abbey Road Studios in London

Woody Herman - Four brothers (jg arr) December 1947 Stan Fishelson, Bernie Glow, Irving "Marky" Markowitz, Ernie Royal (tp) Shorty Rogers (tp,arr) Earl Swope (tb) Ollie Wilson (tp) Bob Swift (btb) Woody Herman (cl,as,vcl) Sam Marowitz (as) Herbie Steward (as,ts) Stan Getz, Zoot Sims (ts) Serge Chaloff (bar) Fred Otis (p) Gene Sargent (g) Walter Yoder (b) Don Lamond (d) Four Brothers - Dreyfus

The Manhattan Transfer - Four brothers mid 1970s Tim Hauser, Laurel Masse, Alan Paul, Janis Siegel (vcl) acc by Randy Brecker, Marvin Stamm (tp) Urbie Green, Al Cohn, Jimmy Giuffre, Lee Konitz (saxes) The Very Best Of the Manhattan Transfer – Rhino 18:00

Henry Mancini - The Brothers go to Mothers August & September 1958 Orchestra, including the following musicians Pete Candoli (tp) Dick Nash, Milt Bernhart (tb) Ted Nash (as) Ronnie Lang (bar) Larry Bunker (vib) John Towner Williams (p) Rollie Bundock (b) Jack Sperling (d) The music from Peter Gunn - BMG

Dave Lambert - Home cookin' March 1961 Dave Lambert, Jon Hendricks, Annie Ross (vcl) acc by Gildo Mahones (p) Ike Isaacs (b) Jimmy Wormsworth (d) The Hottest New Group In Jazz – Columbia

Ruth Brown - Mama he treats your daughter mean December 1952 Ruth Brown (vcl) acc by Taft Jordan (tp) unknown saxes, p, Mickey Baker (g) unknown (b) Connie Kay (d) The Essentials - Atlantic

Louis Jordan & his Tympany Five - Daddy-O (md,lj vcl) December 1947 Aaron Izenhall (tp) Louis Jordan (as,vcl) Eddie Johnson (ts) Carl Hogan (el-g) Dallas Bartley (b) Christopher Columbus (d) [as Joe Morris (d) The Calypso Boys (perc-1) poss played by tp & ts pers. same Wild Bill Davis (p) Martha Davis (vcl) Louis Jordan And His Tympany 5 - Proper

Julia Lee - Mama don't allow it June 16, 1947 Julia Lee (vcl,p) acc by Bobby Sherwood (tp) Vic Dickenson (tb) Benny Carter (as) Dave Cavanaugh (ts) Red Norvo (xyl) Jack Marshall (g) Red Callender (b) Sam "Baby" Lovett (d) Joe Alexander (vcl-1) Julia Lee And Her Boyfriends - JSP 34:00

Mel Torme - You're driving me crazy [What did I do?] Mel Torme (vcl) acc by John Campbell (p) Bob Maize (b) Dapper Donny Osborne (d) Harry "Sweets" Edison (tp) Joe Newman (tp) Al Grey (tb) Grover Mitchell (tb) Benny Powell (tb) Curtis Peagler (as) Marshal Royal (as) Frank Wess (ts) Billy Mitchell (ts) Bill Ramsay (bar) Ted Dunbar (g) Live "Concord Jazz Festival", Concord, CA, August 17, 1990 Night At The Concord Pavillion - Concord

The Capp Pierce Juggernaut - Basie's deep fry July 1978 Live at the Century Plaza Hotel in New York Al Aarons, Bill Berry, Bobby Shew, Frank Szabo (tp) Garnett Brown, Buster Cooper, Alan Kaplan, Britt Woodman (tb) Bob Cooper, Bill Green, Lanny Morgan, Herman Riley, Marshal Royal (saxes) Nat Pierce (p) Ray Pohlman (g) Chuck Berghofer (b) Frank Capp (d) Live At The Century Plaza – Concord

May 17, 1955 Count Basie – The Comeback (jw vcl,ew arr) Wendell Culley, Reunald Jones, Thad Jones, Joe Newman (tp) Henry Coker, Bill Hughes, Benny Powell (tb) Marshal Royal (as,cl) Bill Graham (as) Frank Wess (ts,fl) Frank Foster (ts) Charlie Fowlkes (bar) Freddie Green (g) Pee Wee Marquette (mc) Neal Hefti, Ernie Wilkins (arr) with same band pers. rest of band pers the same Joe Williams (vcl), Count Basie (p) Eddie Jones, Sonny Payne, Joe Williams’ Finest Hour - Verve

May 17, 1955 Count Basie - Every day I have the blues (jw vcl,ew arr) Wendell Culley, Reunald Jones, Thad Jones, Joe Newman (tp) Henry Coker, Bill Hughes, Benny Powell (tb) Marshal Royal (as,cl) Bill Graham (as) Frank Wess (ts,fl) Frank Foster (ts) Charlie Fowlkes (bar) Freddie Green (g) Pee Wee Marquette (mc) Neal Hefti, Ernie Wilkins (arr) with same band pers. rest of band pers the same Joe Williams (vcl), Count Basie (p) Eddie Jones, Sonny Payne, Everyday I Have The Blues – Verve 56:00

In 2007 look for a number of sets with Women's names in the songs
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