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


Postby jazzjester » Mon July 26 2010 12:07 PM

January 29 & February 22, 1959 Maxwell Davis - Hamp's Boogie Woogie John Anderson, Billie Brooks, Conrad Gozzo, Ollie Mitchell, Al Porcino (tp) John Ewing, Dick Noel, Lester Robertson, Dave Wells (tb) Jewell Grant, Jackie Kelso (as) Bill Green, Plas Johnson, Bumps Myers (ts) Bill Woodman (bar) Larry Bunker (vib) Gerald Wiggins (p) Irving Ashby (g) Red Callender (b) Earl Palmer (d) Maxwell Davis (dir,arr) Music By Lionel Hampton And Others – Crown

Ray Charles – Move It On Over February 1962 Ray Charles (vcl,p) acc by Martin Banks, Wallace Davenport, Phil Guilbeau, John Hunt (tp) George Matthews, Jim Herbert, Dickie Wells (tb) Keg Johnson (b-tb) Hank Crawford, Rudy Powell (as) David "Fathead" Newman, Don Wilkerson (ts) Leroy Cooper (bar) Sonny Forriest (g) Edgar Willis (b) Bruno Carr (d) Prob same group with Gil Fuller (arr,cond) Ingredients In A Recipe For Soul – Rhino

January 6, 1957 Maynard Ferguson and his Orchestra - Blue Birdland Maynard Ferguson (tp,ldr) prob pers. incl. Johnny Mandel (tp) Bob Burgess (tb) Herb Geller, Richie Kamuca (as) Willie Maiden (ts) Mel Lewis (d) rest unknown. Live at Peacock Lane Hollywood, - Jazz Hour

Gene Norman's "Just Jazz" Concert – Blue Lou (parts 1 & 2) April 1947 Wardell Gray (ts) Erroll Garner (p) Irving Ashby (g) Red Callender (b) Jackie Mills (d) Wardell Gray – Blue Lou – Jazz Colours

January 24, 1958 Mose Allison - I Hadn't Anyone Till You (ma vcl) Mose Allison (p,vcl) Addison Farmer (b) Nick Stabulas (d) Young Man Mose - Prestige

January 26, 1960 Wes Montgomery – West Coast Blues Tommy Flanagan (p) Wes Montgomery (g) Percy Heath (b) Albert "Tootie" Heath (d) The Incredible Jazz Guitar Of Wes Montgomery - OJC

Ella Fitzgerald acc by Marty Paich Orchestra - Like Young
September 1959 Ella Fitzgerald (vcl) acc by Marty Paich Orchestra, Marty Paich (cond) Get Happy - Verve

Charlie Parker Quartet - Star Eyes March - April 1950 Charlie Parker (as) Hank Jones (p) Ray Brown (b) Buddy Rich (d)

January 24 Jimmy Forrest - 1920 tenor saxophone
Jimmy Forrest - Most Much October 19, 1961 Jimmy Forrest (ts) Hugh Lawson (p) Tommy Potter (b) Clarence Johnston (d) Ray Barretto (cga) Hackensack, N.J., Most Much – Prestige Very fine all around tenor player. Forrest’s biggest success was perhaps being the first to record Night Train a song he devolved by borrowing the last part of Duke Ellington’s Happy Go Lucky Local

Betty Roche - Blue Moon June 3, 1960 Betty Roche (vcl) acc by Jimmy Forrest (ts) Brother Jack McDuff (org) Bill Jennings (g) Wendell Marshall (b) Roy Haynes (d)
Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Singin' and Swingin' – Prestige

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

Count Basie – Satin Doll (3) September 1981 Willie Cook, Sonny Cohn, Dale Carley, Bob Summers, Harry "Sweets" Edison (tp) Booty Wood, Dennis Wilson, Grover Mitchell (tb) Bill Hughes (btb) Bobby Plater, Danny Turner (as,fl) Eric Dixon (ts,fl) Kenny Hing (ts) John C. Williams (bar) Count Basie (p) Freddie Green (g) Cleveland Eaton (b) Greg Fields (2) Donald "Tee" Carson (p) (3) Warm Breeze – Pablo

Peggy Lee – Whisper Not arr and cond by Benny Carter and acc by Jack Sheldon trumpet, Lou Levy (p) Herb Ellis, Al Hendrickson (g) Mel Lewis (d) and others. Another Benny Golson composition that became a Jazz standard recorded by Peggy Lee in March 1962 from the Peggy Lee release Mink Jazz – Capitol

Quincy Jones and his Orchestra - Killer Joe Freddie Hubbard, Marvin Stamm, Snooky Young, (tp,flhrn) Jimmy Cleveland, J.J. Johnson, Kai Winding, (tb) Roland Kirk, Jerome Richardson, Hubert Laws, (reeds) Toots Thielemans (g) Bob James (el-p) Ray Brown (b) Grady Tate (d) A Benny Golson composition recorded in June of 1969. A performance that won Quincy Jones a Grammy in the Best Inst jazz Perf Lrg Group or soloist with Large Group category in 1969. Quincy Jones – The Best – A&M

Saxophonist Benny Golson was born this week in 1929. The native of Philly is as equally well known for his composing and arranging as for his playing. He worked for Bull Moose Jackson in the early 50s and later Dizzy Gillespie and Art Blakey. Golson composed Killer Joe and Whisper Not the later heard here vocally by Peggy Lee

Trumpeter Roy Eldridge was born this week on the 30th in 1911

Jazz Giants '56 – I Didn’t Know What Time It Was January 12, 1956 Roy Eldridge (tp) Lester Young (ts) Vic Dickenson (tb) Teddy Wilson (p) Gene Ramey (b) Jo Jones (d) The Jazz Giants - Verve

Dizzy Gillespie and Roy Eldridge - Pretty Eyed Baby (dg,re vcl) October 29, 1954 Dizzy Gillespie, Roy Eldridge (tp,vcl) Oscar Peterson (p) Herb Ellis (g) Ray Brown (b) Louie Bellson (d) Roy And Diz – Verve

Gene Krupa and his Orchestra – Let Me Off Uptown May 8, 1941 Roy Eldridge (tp,vcl) Norman Murphy, Torg Halten, Graham Young (tp) John Grassi, Jay Kelliher, Babe Wagner (tb) Sam Musiker (cl,ts,arr) Clint Neagley, Mascagni "Musky" Ruffo (as) Walter Bates (ts) Bob Kitsis (p) Remo Biondi (g) Ovid "Biddy" Bastien (b) Gene Krupa (d) Howard Dulaney, Anita O'Day (vcl) Uptown - Roy Eldridge with the Gene Krupa Orchestra featuring Anita O'Day – Bluebird

Multitalented British musician Tubby Hayes was born this week. Hayes was primarily a reedman most noted for his work on tenor saxophone but he also played vibraphone and piano, as well as arranging, conducting and leading some fine big and small bands. First here’s Tubby on tenor with Clark Terry on trumpet followed by another Tubby Hayes gem.

Tubby Hayes (British) – A Pint Of Bitter October 1961 Tubby Hayes (ts) Horace Parlan (p) George Duvivier (b) Dave Bailey (d) Clark Terry (tp-1) added, Eddie Costa (vib-2) Tubby Hayes with Clark Terry - The New York Sessions - Col.

Tubby Hayes – Tubby’s Blues 1960's Tubby Hayes (ts) Gordon Beck (p) Jeff Clyne (b) Johnny Butts (d) Commonwealth Blues – Art Of Life Records taken from a BBC radio transcription from the 1960s.

Dinah Washington - A Foggy Day June 1954 Dinah Washington (vcl) acc by Clark Terry (tp) Gus Chappell (tb) Rick Henderson (as) Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis (ts) Jackie Davis (org) Junior Mance (p) Keeter Betts (b) Ed Thigpen (d) Candido Camero (bgo) After Hours With Miss D - Mercury

Artie Shaw and his Gramercy Five – Summit Ridge Drive September 1940 Billy Butterfield (tp) Artie Shaw (cl,arr) Johnny Guarnieri (harpsichord) Al Hendrickson (g) Jud DeNaut (b) Nick Fatool (d) The Complete Gramercy Five Sessions - Bluebird

Nat King Cole – Just You Just Me September 1956 Nat King Cole (vcl,p) acc by John Collins (g) Charlie Harris (b) Lee Young (d) Willie Smith (as) After Midnight – Capitol

The All Stars - Session At Midnight December 1955 Harry "Sweets" Edison, Shorty Sherock (tp) Benny Carter (tp,as) (tp-2) Murray McEachern (tb,as) (as-1) Gus Bivona (cl) Willie Smith (as) Plas Johnson, Babe Russin (ts) Jimmy Rowles (p) Al Hendrickson (g) Mike Rubin (b) Irv Cottler (d) Session At Midnight – Capitol
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