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7-30-2006

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

7-30-2006

Postby jazzjester » Sun August 06 2006 08:46 PM

We begin today with a bit of a study in Jazz guitar as two of the great jazz guitarists of all time both have birthdays this week Kenny Burrell turns 75 tomorrow and Herb Ellis turns 85 Saturday. The vocals in this set all contain the guitar of Burrell while the instrumentals aside from our opening track feature the picking of Herb Ellis. First Burrell with Frank Foster on tenor on JJJ



Kenny Burrell - Now see how you are Frank Foster (ts) Tommy Flanagan (p) Kenny Burrell (g) Oscar Pettiford (b) Shadow Wilson (d) December 3, 1956 Best Of Kenny Burrell – Blue Note

Etta Jones - The gal from Joe's November 1962 Jerome Richardson (fl,ts) Ernie Hayes (p,org) Kenny Burrell, Bucky Pizzarelli (g) Sam Bruno (b) Bobby Donaldson (d) Etta Jones (vcl) Best Of EJ : The Prestige Singles

Ben Webster Quintet - Late date October 1957 Ben Webster (ts,p-1) Oscar Peterson (p) Herb Ellis (g) Ray Brown (b) Stan Levey (d) Ben Webster; Soulville – Verve

Blossom Dearie – Blossom’s Blues April 1959 Blossom Dearie (vcl,p) acc by Kenny Burrell (g) Ray Brown (b) Ed Thigpen (d) Self Titled CD - Verve

Herb Ellis - Broadway June 1962 Roy Eldridge (tp) Buddy Tate (ts) Ray Bryant (p) Herb Ellis (g) Israel Crosby (b) Gus Johnson (d) Col Small Group Swing Sessions – Mosaic

The Oscar Peterson Trio with Herb Ellis - Naptown blues November 1969 Oscar Peterson (p) Herb Ellis (g) Sam Jones (b) Bobby Durham (d) Villingen, Black Forest, Germany, The Will To Swing – Verve 35:00

Burrell In the early '50s, while studying music at Wayne State University, played for a month with Dizzy Gillespie's sextet with which he also made his first recordings. After graduating in 1955, he spent a while with Oscar Peterson and then made a move to New York. Burrell has played on about 200 albums with such leaders as John Coltrane, Stan Getz, Jimmy Smith, Billy Holiday, Hubert Laws, Yusef Lateef, and many others.

Herb Ellis became famous playing with the Oscar Peterson Trio during 1953-1958. had a few opportunities to lead his own dates for Verve. After leaving Peterson, Ellis toured a bit with Ella Fitzgerald; became a studio musician on the West Coast;




We begin this set with two recordings waxed by Artie Shaw’s Gramercy Five this week and follow with two from the John Kirby Sextet featuring Charlie Shavers on trumpet… born this week in 1917


August 2, 1945 Artie Shaw - The gentle grifter & Hop, skip and jump Roy Eldridge (tp) Artie Shaw (cl) Dodo Marmarosa (p) Barney Kessel (g) Morris Rayman (b) Louis Fromm (d) Hollywood, CA, Jazz Tribune No 67 – BMG - The Complete Grammercy Five Sessions – Bluebird

John Kirby Sextet – Close Shave July 25th, 1941 Charlie Shavers (tp) Buster Bailey (cl) Russell Procope (as) Billy Kyle (p) John Kirby (b) O'Neil Spencer (d) Complete Col & RCA Victor Sessions - Definitive

John Kirby and his Onyx Club Boys - Jumpin In The Pump Room Feb 1940 Charlie Shavers (tp) Buster Bailey (cl) Russell Procope (as) Billy Kyle (p,arr) John Kirby (b) O'Neil Spencer (d) Complete Col & RCA Victor Sessions – Definitive 49:00


One of the great pop and jazz vocalists of the past 50 years turns 80 this week. Tony Bennett heard here. First, backed by his long time musical director and pianist Ralph Sharon

Tonny Bennett – Until I Met You late 50s early 60s acc by Ralph Sharon on piano The Artistry Of Tony Bennett – Col

Tony Bennett - Don't get around much anymore January 1967 Tony Bennett (vcl) acc by Marion Evans and his Orchestra featuring : Joe Wilder, Joe Newman (tp) Urbie Green (tb) Bob Tricarico (ts) Joe Soldo (fl) John Bunch (p) Corky Hale (harp) Milt Hinton (b) Sol Gubin (d) Marion Evans (arr) Tony Bennett Jazz - Col


late July 1958 Chubby Jackson - Hail, hail the Herd's all here (np arr) Irving "Marky" Markowitz, Ernie Royal, Al Stewart, Nick Travis (tp) Bob Brookmeyer (arr) Jim Dahl, Bill Elton (tb) Sam Marowitz (as) Sam Most (fl,cl,as) Al Cohn (arr) Pete Mondello (ts) Danny Bank (bar) Marty Napoleon (p) Chubby Jackson (b) Don Lamond (d) Fred Carlin, Manny Albam, Ernie Wilkins, Nat Pierce (arr) Joe Ferrante (tp) Dick Hixson (tb) Chubby Takes Over – Fresh Sound


Bennett always been enthusiastic and generous in his association with projects undertaken by jazz players. Bennett's voice is a lyric baritone with a distinctively husky edge. An admirer of classic jazz, he claims to have modeled his phrasing on the playing of Art Tatum, and his relaxed delivery on that of the great Mildred Bailey.

Red Norvo - I let a song go out of my heart MB vocal April 1938 Jimmy Blake, Zeke Zarchy, Barney Zudecoff (tp) Hank d'Amico (cl) Len Goldstein (as) Charles Lamphere (as,ts) Jerry Jerome (ts) Bill Miller (p) Allen Hanlon (g) Pete Peterson (b) George Wettling (d) Red Norvo (xyl) Mildred Bailey (vcl) Wes Hein (tb) Terry Allen (vcl) Great American Songwriters – Rhino

Glenn Miller - Jeep jockey jump April 1944 Jerry Gray song and arr as rec at Abbey Road Studios in London
Carmen Mastren (g) Trigger Alpert (b) Ray McKinley, Mel Powell (p) Secret Broadcasts – RCA

August 2 or 5, 1946 Boyd Raeburn - Tonsillectomy (gh arr) Hollywood, CA, March Of The Boyd’s - Hep

August 3, 1944 Charlie Barnet - Skyliner (bm arr Dodo Marmarosa (p) Barney Kessel (g) Howard Rumsey (b) Billy Moore, (arr) Drop Me Off In Harlem – GRP 12:00

Louis Armstrong Birthday Salute
Louis Armstrong / Jimmy Dorsey - Swing That Music - Louis Armstrong 1936 -1937 Classics

Louis Armstrong Birth Date Salute Continued

Louis Armstrong / Ella Fitzgerald - The Frim Fram Sauce - The Comp Decca Studio Master Takes - Definitive

Louis Armstrong Orchestra - Hep Cats Ball - The Comp Decca Studio Master Takes - Definitive



Jimmy Blanton Birth Date Salute
1918 - 1942
Bassist. In his short life, Jimmy Blanton transformed the role of the double bass in jazz, proving that this big, cumbersome instrument could have the same lightness and flexibility as a trumpet or saxophone. Before he succumbed to TB, he made dozens of recordings with Duke Ellington that not only showed off the bass as a solo instrument, but altered its role in the rhythm section to playing flexible basslines that blended with Sonny Greer's drums and Ellington's impressionistic piano.

Duke Ellington - Jumpin Punkins Comp Col & RCA Victor Sessions -Definitive

Duke Ellington - Ko - Ko Ko-Ko - Dreyfus

Duke Ellington - Jack The Bear Ko-Ko - Dreyfus


Hank Jones Birthday Salute

Ella Fitzgerald acc by Ray Brown's Orchestra - Rough Ridin January 1952 Ella Fitzgerald (vcl) acc by Bill Doggett (org) Hank Jones (p) Ray Brown (b) Rudy Taylor (d) Dick Jacobs (bells) Ray Charles Singers (vcl) EF – Compact Jazz - Verve

Illinois Jacquet Port of Rico July 22, 1952 Illinois Jacquet (ts) Count Basie (org) Hank Jones (p) Freddie Green (g) Ray Brown (b) Jimmy Crawford (d) Best Of The Verve Years

August 3, 1954 Dinah Washington with Hal Mooney Orchestra - Soft winds Dinah Washington (vcl) acc by orchestra including vocal group-1, vocal quartet-2 & possibly, Gus Chappell (tb) Harold "Hal" Mooney (dir) Comp DW On Mercury



Recorded This Week
August 4, 1958 Carmen McRae - Bye bye, blackbird Carmen McRae acc by Ralph Burns Ochestra: Carmen McRae (vcl) acc by Irving "Marky" Markowitz (tp) Fred Kelin, Don Corrado, Dick Berg, Tony Miranda (fhr) Ben Webster (ts) Don Abney (p) Mundell Lowe (g) Aaron Bell (b) Ted Sommer (d) Ralph Burns (dir) New York, Priceless Jazz - Verve

Nancy Wilson - Satin Doll Great American Songwriters - Rhino

Recorded This Week
Bill Holman Orchestra - Jughead - Kenton Presents Cooper Holman Rosolino - Mosaic

Recorded This Week
August 3, 1957 Dave Brubeck - When you wish upon a star Paul Desmond (as) Dave Brubeck (p) Norman Bates (b) Joe Morello (d) Dave Digs Disney - Col
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