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3-23-10

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

3-23-10

Postby jazzjester » Mon July 26 2010 12:31 PM

March 15, 1967 Duke Ellington - Kentucky Avenue, A.C. Cat Anderson (tp) Lawrence Brown (tb) Johnny Hodges (as) Paul Gonsalves (ts) Harry Carney (bar) Duke Ellington (p) John Lamb (b) Rufus Jones (d) The Intimacy Of The Blues- Col

Dave Lambert – One O’clock Jump November 1957 Dave Lambert, Jon Hendricks, Annie Ross (vcl) acc by : Nat Pierce (p) Freddie Green (g) Eddie Jones (b) Sonny Payne (d) Sing A Song Of Basie – Verve note: formerly on ABC-Paramount & Impulse

March 15, 1960 Ray Bryant - Split It 1 Ray Bryant (p) Tommy Bryant (b) Al Grey (tb) Henry sweets Edison (tp) Buddy Tate (ts) Bill English (d) The Madison Time With A Hollywood Beat – Collectables (Top 10 R&B charts and top 30 Pop Lists in 1960)



March 23, 1938 Cab Calloway – At The Clam Bake Carnival Doc Cheatham, Irving "Mouse" Randolph, Lammar Wright (tp) Claude Jones, De Priest Wheeler (tb) Keg Johnson (tb,g) Andrew Brown (as,cl) Walter "Foots" Thomas (ts,cl,fl) Benny Payne (p) Milt Hinton (b) Leroy Maxey (d) Cab Calloway (vcl) same pers but Chu Berry (ts) and is feat. pers incl. Shad Collins (tp), Chauncey Haughton (cl,as) Danny Barker (g) (vib-1) The Chronological Calloway 1938-39 – Classics 20:00




March 27 Ben Webster, 1909 Ben Webster was known as "The Beautiful” and ”The Brute." He could play tasteful ballads or when playing uptempo could be filled with growl. Had a split personality in real life as well. A gentle giant when sober but sometimes just plain mean when drunk.

Red Norvo Sextet – Easy On The Eye January 1957 Harry "Sweets" Edison (tp) Ben Webster (ts) Red Norvo (vib,xyl-1) Jimmy Rowles (p) Bob Carter (b) Bill Douglass (d) Just A Mood - Bluebird

Billie Holiday and Her Orchestra – I Wished On The Moon January 1957 Harry "Sweets" Edison (tp) Ben Webster (ts) Jimmy Rowles (p) Barney Kessel (g) Red Mitchell (b) Alvin Stoller (d) Billie Holiday (vcl) Songs For Distingue Lovers - Verve

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



Duke Ellington – Cotton Tail May 4, 1940 Rex Stewart (cnt) Cootie Williams, Wallace Jones (tp) Joe "Tricky Sam" Nanton, Juan Tizol, Lawrence Brown (tb) Barney Bigard (cl,ts) Johnny Hodges (as,sop) Otto Hardwick (as,cl) Ben Webster (ts) Harry Carney (bar,cl,b-cl) Duke Ellington (p) Fred Guy (g) Jimmy Blanton (b) Sonny Greer (d) Ko-Ko – Dreyfus 43:00




March 18-19, 1957 The Poll-Winners - Satin Doll Barney Kessel (g) Ray Brown (b) Shelly Manne (d) The Poll Winners - Contemporary

March 19 Bill Henderson, born 1930. He turns 79 Thursday
Bill Henderson – At Long Last Love February 1963 Bill Henderson (vcl) acc by Oscar Peterson (p) Ray Brown (b) Ed Thigpen (d) Bill Henderson With The Oscar Peterson Trio – Verve

Vince Guaraldi Trio - Blue Charlie Brown Vince Guaraldi (p) Monty Budwig (b) Colin Bailey (d) San Francisco, 1964 A Boy Named Charlie Brown – Fantasy





Quincy Jones turned 77 a couple of Sundays ago. Lionel Hampton was his first important boss in the early 50s. Quincy Jones was schooled in arranging by a young Ray Charles in the late 40s when the two met in Seattle and he later went to music school. Quincy Jones has had a music career that has now spanned 6 decades and could now best be described as media mogul. He had a hand in everything in this set beginning with this live performance of his band in Zurich Switzerland March 10th 1961 Moanin on JJJ at 90.7 KFSR

Quincy Jones and his Orchestra - Moanin’ March 10, 1961 Concert, Zurich, Switzerland, Benny Bailey, Freddie Hubbard, Rolf Ericson, Paul Cohen (tp) Curtis Fuller, Melba Liston, Ake Persson (tb) Julius Watkins (fhr) Phil Woods, Joe Lopes (as) Eric Dixon, Budd Johnson (ts) Sahib Shihab (bar,fl) Patti Bown (p) Les Spann (g,fl) Buddy Catlett (b) Stu Martin (d) Quincy Jones (arr,cond) Pure Delight – Razor & Tie

Ray Charles with Quincy Jones Orchestra - When Your Lover Has Gone
June 23, 1959 Ray Charles (vcl,org) acc by Marcus Belgrave, John Hunt, Clark Terry, Ernie Royal, Joe Newman, Snooky Young (tp) Melba Liston, Al Grey, Quentin Jackson, Tom Mitchell (tb) Marshal Royal, Frank Wess (as) David "Fathead" Newman, Paul Gonsalves, Zoot Sims (ts) Billy Mitchell (ts-1) replacing Zoot Sims, Bennie Crawford, Charlie Fowlkes (bar) Freddie Green (g) Edgar Willis, Eddie Jones (b) Teagle Fleming, Charlie Persip (d) Quincy Jones (arr) The Genius Of Ray Charles – Atlantic

Count Basie - Nasty Magnus April 21,22 & 23, 1963 Don Rader, Snooky Young, Sonny Cohn, Al Aarons, Fip Ricard (tp) Henry Coker, Benny Powell, Grover Mitchell, Urbie Green (tb) Marshal Royal (as,cl) Frank Wess (ts,as,fl) Eric Dixon (ts,fl) Frank Foster (ts) Charlie Fowlkes (bar) Count Basie (p) Freddie Green (g) Buddy Catlett (b) Sonny Payne (d) for all titles this session Quincy Jones (arr), all titles this session Count Basie – Compact Jazz – Verve 14:00



Quincy Jones has distinguished himself as a bandleader, a solo artist, a sideman, a songwriter, a producer, an arranger, a film composer, and a record label executive, and outside of music, he's also written books. He has also survived 2 brain aneurisms in 1974. Here is an instrumental penned by Q and recorded during a session in which this small group under his name backed vocalese artist King Pleasure

Quincy Jones Band - Funk Junction December 7, 1954 J.J. Johnson, Kai Winding (tb) Lucky Thompson (ts) Danny Bank (bar) Jimmy Jones (p) Paul Chambers (b) Joe Harris (d) Jon Hendricks, Eddie Jefferson, The Three Riffs (vcl) Quincy Jones (arr,dir)

King Pleasure acc by Quincy Jones band – I’m Gone December 7, 1954 King Pleasure (vcl) acc by orchestra feat. J.J. Johnson, Kai Winding (tb) Lucky Thompson (ts) Danny Bank (bar) Jimmy Jones (p) Paul Chambers (b) Joe Harris (d) Jon Hendricks, Eddie Jefferson, The Three Riffs (vcl) Quincy Jones (arr,dir)

Quincy Jones and his Orchestra – Odd Ball February 1964 Ernie Royal (tp) Billy Byers (tb) Jerome Richardson (as,ts,fl) Phil Woods (as) Zoot Sims (ts) Wally Kane (reeds) Gary Burton (vib) Bobby Scott (p) Toots Thielemans (hca,g,whistling) Major Holley, Milt Hinton (b) Osie Johnson (d) Quincy Jones (arr,cond) Explores The Music Of Henry Mancini – Mercury 25:00



Television, as well, has featured the music of Quincy Jones, starting in 1971 with theme songs for "Ironside," "Sanford and Son," and "The Bill Cosby Show" (the first one). Once again these are all Quincy Jones arrangements the first also a Q composition that he actually announces while he was directing the swinginest outfit to ever come out of Sweden The harry Arnold Swedish Radio Studio Orchestra heard live in Stickholm in 1958

Harry Arnold's Orchestra – Count ‘Em April 29, 1958 Sixten Eriksson, Weine Renliden, Bengt-Arne Wallin (tp) Arnold Johansson (tp,v-tb) Ake Persson, Andreas Skjold, Georg Vernon, Goran Ohlsson (tb) Arne Domnerus, Rolf Backman (as) Rolf Blomquist (ts,fl) Bjarne Nerem (ts) Rune Falk (bar) Bengt Hallberg (p) Lars "Lasse" Pettersson (b) Egil Johansen (d) Quincy Jones (arr,dir, announcer) Harry Arnold The Big Band In Concert 1957/1958 – Dragon
Ella Fitzgerald acc by Count Basie and his Orchestra - On The Sunny Side Of The Street July 15/16, 1963 Don Rader, Joe Newman, Sonny Cohn, Al Aarons, Fip Ricard (tp) Henry Coker, Benny Powell, Grover Mitchell, Urbie Green (tb) Marshal Royal (as,cl) Frank Wess (ts,as,fl) Eric Dixon (ts,fl) Frank Foster (ts) Charlie Fowlkes (bar) Count Basie (p,org-1) Freddie Green (g) Buddy Catlett (b) Sonny Payne (d) Ella Fitzgerald (vcl) Quincy Jones (arr) on all titles

Ray Charles - One Mint Julep December 27, 1960 Ray Charles (vcl,org) acc by John Frosk, Phil Guilbeau, Jimmy Nottingham, Clark Terry, Joe Wilder (tp) Jimmy Cleveland, Urbie Green, Keg Johnson, George Matthews (tb) George Dorsey, Earl Warren (as) Budd Johnson, Seldon Powell (ts) Haywood Henry (bar) Sam Herman (g) Joe Benjamin (b) Roy Haynes (d) Quincy Jones (arr) Genius + Soul = Jazz The cut, One Mint Julep went to #8 on the pop chart and #1 on the R&B chart in 1961.




Dizzy Gillespie and his Orchestra - Jessica's Day (qj arr) May 25 to June 6, 1956 Dizzy Gillespie (tp,vcl,arr) Joe Gordon, Ermit V. Perry, Carl Warwick (tp) Quincy Jones (tp,arr) Melba Liston (tb,arr) Frank Rehak, Rod Levitt (tb) Jimmy Powell, Phil Woods (as) Billy Mitchell (ts) Ernie Wilkins (ts,arr) Marty Flax (bar) Walter Davis, Jr. (p) Nelson Boyd (b) Charlie Persip (d) Tadd Dameron, Howie Kravitz, A.K. Salim (arr) Birk’s Works - Verve 4:45

Frank Sinatra - More (fs vcl,qj arr) June 1964 Frank Sinatra (vcl) acc by Al Aarons, Sonny Cohn, Wallace Davenport, Harry "Sweets" Edison, Al Porcino (tp) Henderson Chambers, Henry Coker, Grover Mitchell, Ken Shroyer (tb) Bill Hughes (b-tb) Marshal Royal (cl,as) Frank Wess (fl,as,ts) Eric Dixon (fl,ts) Charlie Fowlkes (fl,bar) Frank Foster (ts) Emil Richards (vib) Count Basie (p) Freddie Green (g) Buddy Catlett (b) Sonny Payne (d) + string section Quincy Jones (cond,arr) It Might As Well be Swing - Reprise

Dinah Washington acc by the Quincy Jones Orchestra – Sometimes I’m Happy September, 1961 Dinah Washington (vcl) acc by orchestra incl. Gary Chester (d) Quincy Jones (arr,cond) The Dinah Washington Story – Mercury 53:00




Blossom Dearie - Moonlight Saving Time September 1958 Blossom Dearie (vcl,p) acc by Mundell Lowe (g) Ray Brown (b) Ed Thigpen (d) Once Upon A Summertime – Verve

March 18, 1937 "Fats" Waller and His Rhythm - Spring Cleaning Fats Waller (p,vcl) on all titles, with: Herman Autrey (tp) Gene Sedric (cl,ts) Al Casey (g) Charlie Turner (b) Slick Jones (d)
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