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2-2-10

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

2-2-10

Postby jazzjester » Mon July 26 2010 12:11 PM

February 2 Sonny Stitt, b.1924 An avid disciple of Charlie Parker on alto Stitt combined the styles of Parker and Lester Young when he played tenor sax and it is on tenor that he is heard playing on these two recordings

Dizzy Gillespie/Sonny Stitt/Sonny Rollins – On The Sunny Side Of The Street December 1957 Dizzy Gillespie (tp,vcl) Sonny Stitt, Sonny Rollins (ts) Ray Bryant (p) Tommy Bryant (b) Charlie Persip (d) Sonny Side Up - Verve

Sonny Stitt & The Oscar Peterson Trio - Blues for Prez, Sweets, Ben And All The Other Funky Ones May 1959 Sonny Stitt (ts) Oscar Peterson (p) Ray Brown (b) Ed Thigpen (d) Sonny Stitt Sits In With The Oscar Peterson Trio - Verve



Nat King Cole – When I Grow To Old To Dream
September 1956 Nat King Cole (vcl,p) acc by John Collins (g) Charlie Harris (b) Lee Young (d) Jack Costanzo (bgo-1,cga-1), Stuff Smith (vln) After Midnight – Capitol

February 3, 4 & 5, 1959 Mundell Lowe – Thin Man Theme Donald Byrd (tp) Jimmy Cleveland (tb) Herbie Mann (fl,ts) Tony Scott (cl,bar) Eddie Costa (p,vib) Mundell Lowe (g) Don Payne (b) Ed Shaughnessy (d) Complete TV Action Jazz – Lonehill Jazz




February 2 Stan Getz, b.1929 One of the all-time great tenor saxophonists, Stan Getz was known as "The Sound" because he had one of the most beautiful tones ever heard. Getz’s main early influence was Lester Young, later becoming a major influence to many players himself.

August 1, 1955 Lionel Hampton and Stan Getz - Louise Stan Getz (ts) Lionel Hampton (vib) Lou Levy (p) Leroy Vinnegar (b) Shelly Manne (d) unknown (tb-1), poss Willie Ruff (tb) Hamp and Getz - Verve

Stan Getz Quartet - Indian Summer June 1949 Stan Getz (ts) Al Haig (p) Gene Ramey (b) Stan Levey (d) Imagination - Dreyfus

Stan Getz/Joao Gilberto - The Girl From Ipanema (jg,ag vcl) March 1963 Stan Getz (ts) Antonio Carlos Jobim (p) Joao Gilberto (g,vcl) Tommy Williams (b) Milton Banana (d,perc) Astrud Gilberto (vcl) Getz/Gilberto – Verve



Woody Herman - Four Brothers 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) Ralph Burns, Al Cohn, Jimmy Giuffre, John LaPorta (arr) Four Brothers – Dreyfus 42:00





Al Grey – The Elder September 25 & 28, 1959 Joe Newman (tp) Al Grey, Benny Powell (tb) Billy Mitchell (ts) Charlie Fowlkes (bar) Floyd Morris (p) Eddie Jones (b) Sonny Payne (d) The Last Of The Big Plungers - Argo

Etta Jones - Canadian Sunset September 1960 Etta Jones (vcl) acc by Oliver Nelson (ts) Lem Winchester (vib) Richard Wyands (p) George Duvivier (b) Roy Haynes (d) The Prestige Singles

George Shearing & The Montgomery Brothers – And Then I Wrote October 1961 Buddy Montgomery (vib) George Shearing (p) Wes Montgomery (g) Monk Montgomery (b) Walter Perkins (d) Armando Peraza (cga,bgo) Rimaro Chimelis (cga,bgo,timb) George Shearing And The Montgomery Brothers – OJC




The King Cole Trio - Two Against One (nkc celeste solo) (1) April 1939 Nat King Cole (celeste-1) Oscar Moore (g) Wesley Prince (b) Complete early Transcriptions – Vintage Jazz

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 in the set Trombonist George Brunis was born on this week in 1902. Brunis was born in New Orleans. A member of a 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




February 3, 1960 Conte Candoli – Macedonia Conte Candoli (tp) Buddy Collette (ts) Vince Guaraldi (p) Leroy Vinnegar (b) Stan Levey (d) Little Band Big Jazz – Fresh Sound originally Crown

Madeleine Peyroux - Dance Me To The End Of Love 2004 Careless Love - Rounder

Angello Debarre & Tchavolo Schmitt – It Had To Be You 2004 Memoirs – Le Chant Du Monde



February 4, 1939 Count Basie - Jive At Five (hse arr) 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 Rushing, Helen Humes (vcl) Jimmy Mundy (arr) Complete Decca Studio Recordings – Definitive




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 7:35

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 for the all black revue of the same name 2:20

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




February 2, 1938 Duke Ellington - The Gal From Joe's Rex Stewart (cnt) Cootie Williams, Arthur Whetsol (tp) Joe "Tricky Sam" Nanton, Lawrence Brown (tb) Barney Bigard (cl,ts) Johnny Hodges (as,sop) Otto Hardwick (as,cl) Harry Carney (bar,cl,b-cl) Duke Ellington (p) Fred Guy (g) Billy Taylor, Sr., Hayes Alvis (b) Sonny Greer (d,chimes) Ivie Anderson (vcl) Juan Tizol (tb) Braggin In Brass - Portrait



Trumpet stylist Snooky Young turns 90 tomorrow, Snooky young has worked for Basie a couple of times also worked with Lionel Hampton, Jimmie Lunceford was an NBC studio musician and held down a chair in the tonight show band from 1972 to 1992. Always in demand for all kinds of work Snooky Young was constantly in demand for all kinds of sessions (including a live, recorded New Year's Eve gig with the rock group the Band in 1971)

Snooky Young/Marshall Royal – I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart September 1977 Snooky Young (tp) Marshal Royal (as) Ross Tompkins (p) Freddie Green (g) Ray Brown (b) Louie Bellson (d) Snooky & Marshall's Album - Concord

February 3, 1958 Dickie Wells and his Orchestra – Sweet Daddy Spo-de-o Dickie Wells, Vic Dickenson, Benny Morton, George Matthews (tb) Skip Hall (p) Major Holley (b) Jo Jones (d) Bones for the King – Limelight

February 1, 1953 Jimmy Coe and his Gay Cats of Rhythm – After Hours Joint Jimmy Coe (ts,vcl) James Palmer (p,org) John Wittcliffe (b) Earl Walker (d,talk) Honker’s And Bar Walkers - Delmark



Jimmie Lunceford and his Orchestra – Yard Dog Mazurka
August 1941 Gerald Wilson (tp,arr) Paul Webster (tp) Snooky Young (tp) Elmer Crumbley, Russell Bowles (tb) Trummy Young (tb,vcl) Willie Smith (cl,as,vcl,arr) Earl Carruthers (cl,as,bar) Dan Grissom (cl,as) Joe Thomas (cl,ts) Jimmie Lunceford (as,arr) Ted Buckner (as) Edwin Wilcox (p,arr) Al Norris (g) Moses Allen (b) Jimmy Crawford (d)



February 6, 1947 Carl Kress - Walking Behind Miss Lucy Carl Kress, Tony Mottola (g) Bob Haggart (b) Terry Snyder (d) Classic Capitol Jazz Sessions – Mosaic
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