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Postby jazzjester » Mon July 26 2010 12:41 PM

March 30 1959 Barney Kessel Septet - Sweet Sue, Just You Joe Gordon (tp) Art Pepper (cl) Jimmy Rowles (p) Barney Kessel, Jack Marshall (g) Monty Budwig (b) Shelly Manne (d,suitcase-4) Los Angeles,

April 1, 1952 Annie Ross - Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea Annie Ross (vcl) acc by Milt Jackson (vib) Blossom Dearie (p) Percy Heath (b) Kenny Clarke (d) Jazz Singers - Savoy

March 31 Red Norvo, 1908
Red Norvo – Rose Room September 1954 Shorty Rogers (tp) Jimmy Giuffre (cl) Red Norvo (vib) Pete Jolly (p) Tal Farlow (g) Red Callender (b) Larry Bunker (d) The Red Norvo Small Bands - Bluebird

Bucky Pizzarelli - Blues In The Closet so in the closet it’s titled - Too Marvelous For Words on the CD Swing Live – Chesky The performance features Bucky Pizzarelli on guitar, Peter Appleyard on vibes, Bernard Purdie on drums, Allen Vache on clarinet, and Michael Moore on bass. The recording was made at the Makor, a small New York City jazz club, back in February of 2001.

March 27 Sarah Vaughan, .1924
Sarah Vaughan - Lullaby Of Birdland December 1954 Sarah Vaughan (vcl) acc by Clifford Brown (tp) Herbie Mann (fl) Paul Quinichette (ts) Jimmy Jones (p) Joe Benjamin (b) Roy Haynes (d) Ernie Wilkins (arr,dir)

Charlie Parker's Reboppers – Now’s The Time
November 1945 Miles Davis (tp) Dizzy Gillespie (p) Charlie Parker (as) Curly Russell (b) Max Roach (d) Now’s The Time - Dreyfus

Babs' Three Bips and a Bop - Oop-Pop-A-Da February 24, 1947 Rudy Williams (as) Tadd Dameron (p,vcl,arr) William "Pee Wee" Tinney (g,vcl) Arthur Phipps (b) Charles Simon (d) Babs Gonzales (vcl) Real Crazy - Proper

Lawrence Ferlinghetti – A Coney Island Of The Mind excerpt – A Coney Island Of The Mind - Ryko

George Shearing Trio and Stephane Grappelli - I'm Coming, Virginia
April 11, 1976 Villingen, Black Forest, Germany Stephane Grappelli (vln) George Shearing (p) Andy Simpkins (b) Rusty Jones (d) The Reunion – MPS

Freddie Green the definitive rhythm guitarist who rarely soloed was born this week. Freddie was with Count Basie from 1937 till after the bandleaders death recording with Dianne Schuur in 1987 marking 50 years of service. Here is the rhythm guitar of Freddie Green in 3 different settings first backing Ray Charles

Ray Charles with Quincy Jones Orchestra – It Had To Be You June 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)

Coleman Hawkins – Thanks For The Misery April 24, 1958 Marshal Royal, Frank Wess (as) Coleman Hawkins (ts,ldr) Frank Foster (ts) Charlie Fowlkes (bar) Nat Pierce (p) Freddie Green (g) Eddie Jones (b) Bobby Donaldson (d) Billy VerPlanck (arr) Coleman Hawkins Meets The Big Saxophone Section – Nippon Columbia

Paul Quinichette and his Orchestra – Crew Cut July, 1952 Joe Newman (tp) Henry Coker (tb) Marshal Royal, Ernie Wilkins (as) Paul Quinichette (ts) Charlie Fowlkes (bar) Bobby Tucker (p) Freddie Green (g) Jimmy Lewis (b) Gus Johnson (d) The Vice Pres - Emarcy Freddie Green Composition similarity with Corner Pocket?

Green was hired by Count Basie in 1937 but when the Count was forced to downsize do economics in 1950 Freddie was not included. But he showed up one night and sat in uninvited with the Counts new small group and never left. Three more here rounding out the hour with Freddie Green on guitar the first two… Freddie Green compositions for Count Basie

Count Basie and his Orchestra – Corner Pocket July 1955 Wendell Culley, Reunald Jones, Joe Newman (tp) Thad Jones (tp,arr) Henry Coker, Bill Hughes, Benny Powell (tb) Marshal Royal (cl,as) Bill Graham (as) Frank Wess (fl,ts) Frank Foster (ts,arr) Charlie Fowlkes (bar) Count Basie (p) Freddie Green (g,arr) Eddie Jones (b) Sonny Payne (d) Ernie Wilkins, Wild Bill Davis (arr) April In Paris - Verve

Count Basie and his Orchestra – Daly Jump
June 7, 1960 Sonny Cohn, Snooky Young, Joe Newman (tp) Thad Jones (tp,arr) Al Grey, Henry Coker, Benny Powell (tb) Marshal Royal (cl,as) Frank Wess (as,ts,fl,arr) Frank Foster (ts,arr) Billy Mitchell (ts) Charlie Fowlkes (bar) Count Basie (p,arr) Freddie Green (g,arr) Eddie Jones (b) Sonny Payne (d) Atomic Swing - Roulette

Diane Schuur and the Count Basie Orchestra - Everyday February 26, 1987 Diane Schuur (vcl) acc by Sonny Cohn, Melton Mustafa, Bob Ojeda, Byron Stripling (tp) Clarence Banks, Bill Hughes, Mel Wanzo, Dennis Wilson (tb) Danny House, Danny Turner (as) Frank Foster, Eric Dixon, Kenny Hing (ts) John Williams (bar) Tee Carson (p) Freddie Green (g) Lynn Seaton (b) Dennis Mackrel (d) Diane Schuur The Count Basie Orchestra - GRP

March 24 Clarence "King Pleasure" Beeks, 1922
King Pleasure – Red Top December 1952 King Pleasure (vcl) acc by Ed "Tiger" Lewis (tp) Charlie Ferguson (ts) Ed Swanston (p) Peck Morrison (b) Herbie Lovelle (d) Betty Carter (vcl) King Pleasure Sings / Annie Ross Sings - OJC

March 26 James Moody, 1925
Dizzy Gillespie - Coolie April 1964 Dizzy Gillespie (tp) James Moody (ts,fl) Kenny Barron (p) Chris White (b) Rudy Collins (d) Film soundtrack, The Cool World - Philips

March 28 Ike Isaacs, 1923
Lambert, Hendricks And Ross – Charleston Alley August 1959 Harry "Sweets" Edison (tp) Gildo mahones (piano) Ike Isaacs (bass) Jimmy Wormsworth (d) The Hottest New Group In Jazz - Columbia

James Moody – The Jazz Twist Live "Jazz Workshop", San Francisco, CA, 1961 Howard McGhee (tp) Bernard McKinney (tb) James Moody (as,ts,fl) Musa Kaleem (bar) Sonny Donaldson (p) Steve Davis (b) Arnold Enlow (d) Cookin' The Blues – Argo

Piano great Johnny Guarneiri was born this week. He worked with Artie Shaw, Gooman, Jimmy Dorsey during the 30s and early 40s. We pick up his career in the mid 40s with this small group recording spotlighting his prowess on the 88s… with Lester Young

Lester Young Quartet – Sometimes I’m Happy December 1943 Lester Young (ts) Johnny Guarnieri (p) Slam Stewart (b) Sidney Catlett (d) Just You Just Me – Dreyfus

March 26, 1968 Illinois Jacquet - Port of Rico Illinois Jacquet (ts) Barry Harris (p) Ben Tucker (b) Alan Dawson (d) Hackensack, N.J.,

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

Herb Ellis – Soft Winds October 1957 Roy Eldridge (tp) Stan Getz (ts) Herb Ellis (g) Ray Brown (b) Stan Levey (d) Nothing But The Blues – Verve

1st recorded for Capitol in 1953, probably Duke Ellington’s best remembered version of Satin Doll was done at the tale end of March in 1958

March 31, 1958 Duke Ellington and his Orchestra - Satin Doll Clark Terry, Cat Anderson, Willie Cook, Harold "Shorty" Baker (tp) Ray Nance (tp,vln,vcl) Quentin Jackson, Britt Woodman, John Sanders (tb) Jimmy Hamilton (cl,ts) Russell Procope (as,cl) Johnny Hodges (as) Bill Graham (as,ts,bar) Paul Gonsalves (ts) Harry Carney (bar,cl,b-cl) Duke Ellington (p) Jimmy Woode (b) Sam Woodyard (d) The Columbia Years 1927 – 1962

Quincy Jones - Parisian Thoroughfare April 21, 1960 Paris, France, Lennie Johnson, Benny Bailey, Clark Terry, Floyd Standifer (tp) Jimmy Cleveland, Ake Persson, Melba Liston, Quentin Jackson (tb) Julius Watkins (fhr) Porter Kilbert, Phil Woods (as) Jerome Richardson, Budd Johnson (ts) Sahib Shihab (bar) Patti Bown (p) Les Spann (g,fl) Buddy Catlett (b) Joe Harris (d) Quincy Jones (arr,cond) same

Blossom Dearie – I Wish You Love February 1964 Blossom Dearie (vcl,p) acc by The Capitol Orchestra , : no details except Jack Marshall (arr) May I Come In ? - Capitol

Harry James and His Orchestra – The Mole November 22, 1955 Harry James (tp,arr) Nick Buono, Art Depew, Conrad Gozzo, Joe Dolny, Don Smith (tp) Roy Main, Dick Nash (tb) Juan Tizol (v-tb,arr) George Roberts (b-tb) Willie Smith (as,vcl) Herb Lorden (cl,as,arr) Corky Corcoran, Bill Massingill (ts) Bob Poland (bar) Kurt Dieterle, Paul Shure, Dan Lube, Mike Russell, Marshall Sosson, Gerald Vinci (vln) Paul Robyn, David Sterkin (viola) Cy Bernard (cello) Larry Kinnamon (p) Tiny Timbrell (g,vcl) Joe Comfort (b) Buddy Combine (d) LeRoy Holmes, Johnny Thompson, Ernie Wilkins, Billy May, Shorty Rogers (arr) The Complete Capitol Recordings Of Gene Krupa And Harry James – Mosaic

Jimmy McGriff - Kiko
1964 Rudolph Johnson (sop-1) Jimmy McGriff (org) Larry Frazier (g) Jimmie Smith (d) The Best Of The Sue Years – Stateside
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