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2-6-07

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

2-6-07

Postby jazzjester » Thu February 08 2007 12:49 PM

Tony Bennett - Crazy Rhythm June 1957 Tony Bennett (vcl) acc by Ralph Sutton (p,arr) John Pisano (g) James Bond (b) Chico Hamilton (d) Tony Bennett Jazz - Columbia

Count Basie - Cute (nh arr) April 1958 Thad Jones (tp,arr) Snooky Young, Wendell Culley, Joe Newman (tp) Henry Coker, Al Grey, Benny Powell (tb) Marshal Royal (cl,as) Frank Wess (as,fl,arr) Billy Mitchell (ts) Frank Foster (ts,arr) Charlie Fowlkes (bar) Count Basie (p) Freddie Green (g) Eddie Jones (b) Sonny Payne (d) Neal Hefti (arr), The Best Of CB The Roulette Years - Roulette

Jo Jones Trio - Jive At Five (1) March, 1959 Ray Bryant (p) Tommy Bryant (b) Jo Jones (d,talking-1) Jo Jones Trio - Fresh Sound

Buddy Rich / Sammy Davis Jr – Come Back To Me Sands Hotel 1966 Sound Of 66 – DCC Jazz


43 years ago today February 6, 1964 Johnny Hodges - Everybody Knows Ray Nance, Cat Anderson (tp) Lawrence Brown (tb) Johnny Hodges (as) Paul Gonsalves (ts) Jimmy Jones (p) Ernie Shepard (b) Grady Tate (d) Everybody Knows – Jazz Heritage

44 years ago today February 6, 1963 Joe Williams - Jump For Joy Joe Williams (vcl) acc by Clark Terry (tp) Urbie Green (tb) Phil Woods (as) Jerome Richardson (ts,fl) Danny Bank (bar) Hank Jones (p) Kenny Burrell (g) Milt Hinton (b) Osie Johnson (d) Jimmy Jones, Oliver Nelson (co-ldr) The Overwhelming Joe Williams – Bluebird Song came from Ellingtons first score for the stage back in the 41 all black revue of the same name

February 7-8, 1956 Duke Ellington and his Orchestra – Midriff Clark Terry, Willie Cook, Cat Anderson (tp) Ray Nance (tp,vln,vcl) Quentin Jackson, Britt Woodman, John Sanders (tb) Jimmy Hamilton (cl,ts) Johnny Hodges (as) Russell Procope (as,cl) Paul Gonsalves (ts) Harry Carney (bar,cl,b-cl) Duke Ellington (p) Jimmy Woode (b) Sam Woodyard (d) Strayhorn tune the band first recorded on a transcription disc 11 years earlier in 1945 Ellington 56 – Charly

Super Bowl Commercials Remembered #1(Bud Light) My favorite commercial depicted apes at the zoo in a failed attempt to steal beer from the beer delivery man. A few songs came to mind while watching this commercial (at least in my twisted mind)

Carmen McRae - Straighten Up And Fly Right 1973 Carmen McRae (vcl) acc by Dick Shreve (p) Larry Bunker (vib,perc) Joe Pass (g) Ray Brown (b) Frank Severino (d) Velvet Soul - Laserlight

Oscar Brown Jr. - Signifyin' Monkey June to October 1960 Oscar Brown, Jr. (vcl) acc by Billy Butterfield, Joe Wilder (tp) Phil Bodner, Walt Levinsky, Joe Soldo (saxes) Floyd Morris, Alonzo Levister, Bernie Leighton (p) Don Arnone, Everett Barksdale, Al Chernet (g) George Duvivier (b) Osie Johnson Willie Rodriguez (d,perc) coll. pers. Sin And Soul - Columbia

Jimmy Witherspoon acc by Buddy Floyd's Orchestra - Drinkin' Beer [Have a ball] (1) 1950 Jimmy Witherspoon (vcl) acc by unknown tp, tb's, Buddy Floyd (ts) + other unknown saxes, p, g-1, b and Urban Blues Legend 1949 – 1951 - JSP

Super Bowl Commercial Remembrances cont. (Cocal Cola & Taco Bell)

Andrew Sisters - Rum And Coca Cola Oct 1944 – Andrews Sisters Greatest Hits - MCA

Sam Donahue - Tacos, Enchiladas And Beans (sl vcl) December 1947 Lee Katzman, Phil Gilbert, Fern Caron, Bill Faffley (tp) Bob Cutshall, Dick Nash, Owen Massingill, Ed Fromm (tb) Harry Peterson, Bill Nichol (as) Sam Donahue (ts,arr) George Perry (ts) Joe Reisman (bar) Ray Rossi (p) Ed Cunningham (b) Harold Hahn (d) Bill Lockwood, Shirley Lloyd (vcl) Norman Elvin (ts) Take Five - Hep

This recording waxed 67 years ago tomorrow February 7, 1940 Metronome All Stars – King Porter Stomp (1) Charlie Spivak, Harry James, Ziggy Elman (tp) Jack Teagarden, Jack Jenney (tb) Benny Goodman (cl) Toots Mondello, Benny Carter (as) Eddie Miller, Charlie Barnet (ts) Jess Stacy (p) Charlie Christian (g) Bob Haggart (b) Gene Krupa (d) Fletcher Henderson (arr) Summit Meetings – Fremuex & Associes



52 years ago tomorrow February 7, 1955 Gene Krupa Quartet – S’wonderful Eddie Shu (tp,cl,as,ts,accor) Bobby Scott (p) prob Milt Hinton (b) Gene Krupa (d) Gene Krupa – Compact Jazz – Verve



February 7, 1963 Peggy Lee - Close Your Eyes Peggy Lee (vcl) acc by Jack Sheldon (tp) Justin Gordon (ts,fl) Bob Corwin (p) John Pisano (g) Max Bennett (b,cond) Stan Levey (d) Francisco Aguabella (cga,bgo) Mink Jazz - Capitol

Terry Gibbs – Evil Eyes March 17-19, 1959 Al Porcino, Ray Triscari, Conte Candoli, Stu Williamson (tp) Bob Enevoldsen, Vern Friley, Joe Cadena (tb) Joe Maini, Charlie Kennedy (as) Bill Holman (ts,arr) Med Flory (ts) Jack Schwartz (bar) Pete Jolly (p) Terry Gibbs (vib) Max Bennett (b) Mel Lewis (d) Marty Paich, Manny Albam, Sy Johnson, Al Cohn, Bob Brookmeyer (arr) Live "Seville", Hollywood, CA, Dream Band Flying Home Vol 3 - Contemporary alto solo by Joe Maini, b.2-8-1930 an incredible alto sax player, prodigy of Charlie Parker, colorful character, died at just 34 in 1964 after an accident with a loaded gun

51 years ago tomorrow February 7, 1956 Ella Fitzgerald acc by Buddy Bregman's Orchestra – From This Moment On (vcl) acc by Pete Candoli, Harry "Sweets" Edison, Maynard Ferguson, Conrad Gozzo (tp) Milt Bernhart, Joe Howard, Lloyd Ulyate (tb) George Roberts (b-tb) Herb Geller, Bud Shank (as) Bob Cooper, Ted Nash (ts) Chuck Gentry (bar) Paul Smith (p) Barney Kessel (g) Joe Mondragon (b) Alvin Stoller (d) Buddy Bregman (arr,cond) Ella Fitzgerald Sings The Cole Porter Song Book – Verve

Henry Mancini - Cheers Conrad Gozzo, Frank Beach, Ray Triscari, Pete Candoli, Conte Candoli, Don Fagerquist (tp) Dick Nash, Jimmy Priddy, John Halliburton, George Roberts (tb) Vince DeRosa, Richard Perissi, John Cave, Arthur Maebe (fhr) Ronnie Lang, Ted Nash, Harry Klee, Gene Cipriano, Plas Johnson (woodwinds) Jimmy Rowles (p) Larry Bunker (vib,mar) Bob Bain (g) Rollie Bundock (b) Jack Sperling (d)
Hollywood, CA, 1962 Uniquely Mancini – RCA first chair trumpet Conrad Gozzo, b.1922 February 6 topnotch studio musician and first chair trumpeter died of a heart attack at just 42



Jazz at the Philharmonic - [Hit That Jive, Jack] April 1946 Slim Gaillard (g-2, vcl) Bam Brown (b,vcl) "Jazz at the Philharmonic, Embassy Theatre", Los Angeles, CA

70 years ago this week February 8, 1937 Lionel Hampton and his Orchestra - Jivin' The Vibres Ziggy Elman (tp) Hymie Schertzer, George Koenig (as) Vido Musso, Arthur Rollini (ts) Jess Stacy (p) Allen Reuss (g) Harry Goodman (b) Gene Krupa (d) Lionel Hampton (vib,d-1,vcl) Lionel Hampton All Star Sessions Vol 1 – Open House - Avid

67 years ago tomorrow February 7, 1940 Benny Goodman - Till Tom Special (sextet) Benny Goodman (cl) Artie Bernstein (b) Nick Fatool (d) Lionel Hampton (vib) Count Basie (p) Charlie Christian (el-g) The Comp Studio Rec - Definitive

Count Basie - Topsy (ed arr) August 1937 Buck Clayton (tp,arr) Ed Lewis, Bobby Moore (tp) Eddie Durham (tb,g,arr) George Hunt, Dan Minor (tb) Earl Warren (as,bassax) Herschel Evans (ts) Lester Young (ts,cl) Jack Washington (alto,bar) Count Basie (p) Freddie Green (g) Walter Page (b) Jo Jones (d) Jimmy Rushing (vcl) Comp Orig American Decca Recordings – Definitive February 9 Walter Page, b.1900 Led a popular group in KC in the 20s called the Oklahoma City Blue Devils aka the Walter Page Blue Devils. He is credited with hiring a young Red Bank NY piano player named Count Basie. Page later when on to work for Basie and helped make up what was known as the All American Rhythm Section.



Madeleine Peyroux - Getting Some Fun Out Of Life 1996 Madeleine Peyroux (vcl) acc by Cyrus Chestnut (p) Steve Kirby (b) Leon Parker (d) Dreamland - Atlantic

February 10, 1965 Aretha Franklin - Muddy Water Aretha Franklin (vcl) acc by Teddy Harris (p) Kenny Burrell (g) James Richardson (b) Hindai Butts (d) This is Jazz #34 - Sony

January 27, 1958 LaVern Baker – On Revival Day LaVern Baker (vcl) acc by Buck Clayton (tp) Vic Dickenson (tb) Paul Quinichette (ts) Sahib Shihab (bar) Nat Pierce (p) Danny Barker (g) Wendell Marshall (b) Joe Marshall (d) Phil Moore (arr) LaVern Baker Sings Bessie Smith - Atlantic

Dinah Washington with Quincy Jones Orchestra - Salty Papa Blues December, 1961 Dinah Washington (vcl) acc by orchestra, including, Joe Newman (tp) Billy Byers (tb,arr) Jack Wilson (p) Al Cohn (arr-1) Nat Pierce (arr-2) Ernie Wilkins (arr-3) Quincy Jones (cond) The Comp DW On Mercury Vol 7 - Mercury



February 9 Walter Page, b.1900 Led a popular group in KC in the 20s called the Oklahoma City Blue Devils aka the Walter Page Blue Devils. He is credited with hiring a young Red Bank NY piano player named Count Basie. Page later when on to work for Basie and helped make up what was known as the All American Rhythm Section.

Kansas City Six with Lester Young - Pagin’ The Devil September 1938 Buck Clayton (tp) Lester Young (cl) Eddie Durham (el-g,tb-2) Freddie Green (g,vcl) Walter Page (b) Jo Jones (d) Lester Young And The Kansas City Six - Commodore

Trombonist George Brunis was born on this day in 1902. Brunis was born in New Orleans a member of the famous New Orleans Jazz family he moved to Chicago in 1920 and had quite a long career. Brunis on backup vocal here with Irving Fazola

Irving Fazola – Stoppin At The Blue Horse Shoe 1946 Fazola vocal George Brunis back up vocal, trombone The RCA Victor Encyclopedia Of Recorded Jazz in 12 – 10” lps
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