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Postby jazzjester » Tue July 27 2010 11:09 AM

Duke Ellington – Satin Doll Live, "Colston Hall", 2nd Concert, Bristol, England, November 25, 1969 Cat Anderson, Cootie Williams, Mercer Ellington (tp) Lawrence Brown, Ake Persson, Chuck Connors (tb) Russell Procope (as,cl) Johnny Hodges (as) Norris Turney (as,ts,cl,fl) Harold Ashby (ts,cl) Paul Gonsalves (ts) Harry Carney (bar,cl,b-cl) Duke Ellington (p) Wild Bill Davis (org) Victor Gaskin (b) Rufus Jones (d) Tony Watkins (vcl) Rolf Ericson (tp) Duke Ellington's 70th Birthday Concert – Blue Note

Joe Williams acc by Harry Edison's Orchestra – September In The Rain
July, 1961 Joe Williams (vcl) acc by orchestra, Harry "Sweets" Edison (tp,dir) Jimmy Jones (p) Joe Benjamin (b) Charlie Persip (d) Ernie Wilkins (arr) + others Together / Have A Good Time – Roulette

Maxwell Davis – Hamps Boogie Woogie Winter 1959 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) Willard McDaniel (p) Irving Ashby (g) Curtis Counce, Red Callender (b) William Eperson, Earl Palmer (d) Maxwell Davis (dir,arr Music By Lionel Hampton And Others – Crown 18:00

Pianist Gerald Wiggins turns 88 tomorrow. Very distinctive style comfortable in swing or bop settings, Wiggins was for a time employed as a vocal coach at Hollywood film studios and had the opportunity to work with Marilyn Monroe. Gerald Wiggins on piano beginning this set instrumentally with Buddy Collette on tenor sax.

Buddy Collette - The Grind 2
1959-60 Buddy Collette (ts) Gerald Wiggins (p) Joe Comfort (b) Bill Douglass (d) or Jackie Mills (d) Wardell Gray, Stan Getz and Errol Garner – Crown LP 6293

Carmen McRae – On A Clear Day
Live *, San Francisco, CA, June 1976 Carmen McRae (vcl) acc by Dizzy Gillespie (tp-1) Marshall Otwell (keyboards) Ed Bennett (b,el-b) Joey Baron (perc) Carmen McRae at the Great American Music Hall – Blue Note

Dizzy Gillespie – Taking A Chance On Love April 5, 1952 Paris, France Dizzy Gillespie (tp) Arnold Ross (p) Cognac Blues – Universal 15:00

Lena Horne passed on at 92 on Sunday. Like Billie Holiday Lena Horne faced a huge uphill battle as a black female jazz singer singing with white bands during the swing era. She couldn’t sleep in the same hotels and often even enter the same doors as her white bandmates. In 1943, MGM Studios loaned her to 20th Century-Fox for the all-black movie musical "Stormy Weather." Her rendition of the title song became a major hit and her most famous tune. She later turned to Broadway and then back to jazz

Lena Horne & Gabor Szabo – Watch What Happens October 1969 Lena Horne (vcl) acc by Richard Tee (org) Gabor Szabo, Eric Gale, Cornell Dupree (g) Chuck Rainey (el-b) Grady Tate (d) Howard Roberts (chorale) Gary McFarland (arr) Lena & Gabor – DCC Jazz

Wild Bill Davis – I’m Beginning To See The Light January 1965 Johnny Hodges (as) Wild Bill Davis (org) Dickie Thompson, Mundell Lowe (g) Milt Hinton (b) Osie Johnson (d) Jazz Tribune No 1 - BMG

Ella Fitzgerald – Hear Me Talkin To Ya October 1963 Ella Fitzgerald (vcl) acc by Roy Eldridge (tp) Wild Bill Davis (org) Herb Ellis (g) Ray Brown (b) Gus Johnson (d) The Jazz Sides – Verve 9:00

Earl Palmer, Party Rockers & Jay Hawks - Johnnie’s House Party (pt 1) Johnnie’s House Party (pt 2) 1957 Earl Palmer (d) unknown ts, g, b, Los Angeles Backbeat – Ace

Woody Herman and His Orchestra – Greasy Sack Blues June 1965 Bill Chase, Don Rader, Dusko Gojkovic (tp,arr) Gerry Lamy, Bobby Shew (tp) Frank Tesinsky, Don Doane, Henry Southall (tb) Woody Herman (cl,as,ss,vcl) Sal Nistico, Gary Klein, Andy McGhee (ts) Tom Anastas (bar) Nat Pierce (p,arr) Tony Leonardi (b) Ronnie Zito (d) "Basin Street West", San Francisco, This Is Jazz 24 – Col

Buddy Rich - Big Swing Face February 1967 Chuck Findley, Yoshito Murakami, John Sottile, Bobby Shew (tp) Ron Myers, Bill Wimberly, Jim Trimble (tb) Ernie Watts, Quin Davis (as,fl) Marty Flax, Jay Corre (ts,cl,fl) Bob Keller (bar) Ray Starling (p) Richie Resnicoff (g) Jimmy Gannon (b) Buddy Rich (d) Cathy Rich (vcl) Bill Holman, Bill Potts, Shorty Rogers, Pete Myers, Harry Betts, Bob Florence, Don Piestrup, Oliver Nelson (arr)
Live "Chez Club", Hollywood, CA, Big Swing Face – Pacific

Anita O'Day - You're The Top December 8, 1955 Anita O'Day (vcl) acc by Milt Bernhart, Lloyd Elliott, Joe Howard, Si Zentner (tb) Paul Smith (p) Barney Kessel (g) Joe Mondragon (b) Alvin Stoller (d) Corky Hale (harp) + strings, Buddy Bregman (arr,dir) This Is Anita – Verve 12:00

Ray Charles – At The Club February 1962 Ray Charles (vcl,p) acc by Marty Paich Orchestra , with Jack Hallorin (arr,cond)

Ray Charles - X-Ray Blues April 10, 1958 Ray Charles (as, el-p) Milt Jackson (vib, p) Kenny Burrell (el-g) Percy Heath (b) Art Taylor (d) Blues + Jazz - Rhino

May 17, 1966 Della Reese - Good Morning Blues Della Reese (vcl) acc by Bobby Bryant (tp) Bill Doggett (org) Gerald Wiggins (p-1) Herb Ellis (g) Ray Brown (b) Shelly Manne (d) Della Reese Live - ABC Paramount Live, Hollywood, CA 16:00

Al Grey – Salty Papa August 23, 24 & 25, 1960 Joe Newman (tp) Al Grey, Benny Powell (tb) Billy Mitchell (ts) Charlie Fowlkes (bar) Eddie Jones (b) Sonny Payne (d) Eddie Higgins (p) Freddie Green (g) The thinking man's trombone - Argo

May 11, 1938 Billie Holiday and Her Orchestra – If I Were You Charlie Shavers (tp) Buster Bailey (cl) Babe Russin (ts) Claude Thornhill (p) John Kirby (b) Cozy Cole (d) Billie Holiday (vcl)

May 17, 1950 Stan Getz Quartet - You Go To My Head Stan Getz (ts) Al Haig (p) Tommy Potter (b) Roy Haynes (d) Imagination – Dreyfus

Lou Rawls - World Of Trouble February 1, 1966 Lou Rawls (vcl) acc by Tommy Strode (p) Herb Ellis (g) James Bond (b) Earl Palmer (d) Songs That Made The Phone Light Up – 32 Jazz

Dinah Washington – You Can’t Love Two June, 1954 Dinah Washington (vcl) acc by unidentified band including, Paul Quinichette (ts-1) Wynton Kelly (p) Barry Galbraith, George Barnes (g) Keeter Betts (b) Jimmy Cobb (d)

Dave Brubeck – River Stay Away From My Door August 4, 1960 Dave Brubeck (p) Gene Wright (b) Joe Morello (d) Paul Desmond (as) Jimmy Rushing (vcl) Brubeck & Rushing - Col

May 14th 1898 Zutty Singleton was one of the two major drummers to emerge from the formative period of jazz in New Orleans in the late 20s. But he also later played behind Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie, during the bebop era. Zutty was once hired by Artie Shaw in the 30s not to play in his band… but to coach them on how to swing. Zutty Singleton on drums

Fats Waller - Moppin' And Boppin'
Jan 1943 Fats Waller (p,comments,vcl) , with: Benny Carter (tp) Alton "Slim" Moore (tb) Gene Porter (cl,ts) Irving Ashby (g) Slam Stewart (b) Zutty Singleton (d) Ada Brown (vcl) Stormy Weather: (feature film) Ain’t Misbehavin – Dreyfus

Slim Gaillard and his Orchestra - Atomic Cocktail December 15, 1945 Dodo Marmarosa (p) Slim Gaillard (g,novachord-1,vcl) Bam Brown (b,vcl) Zutty Singleton (d) Slim Gaillard 1945 – Classics

Count Basie and his Orchestra – The Deacon
December 1958 Joe Newman, Wendell Culley, Snooky Young (tp) Thad Jones (tp,arr) Henry Coker, Benny Powell, Al Grey (tb) Marshal Royal (as,cl) Frank Wess (as,ts,fl,arr) Frank Foster (ts,arr) Billy Mitchell (ts) Charles Fowlkes (bar,bcl,fl) Count Basie (p) Freddie Green (g) Eddie Jones (b) Sonny Payne (d) Chairman Of The Board – Roulette

Shirley Horn acc by the Quincy Jones Orchestra – The Great City
December 15, 1963 Shirley Horn (vcl,p) acc by the Quincy Jones Orchestra incl. Jimmy Cleveland (tb) Bobby Scott (p) Thad Jones (arr) Loads Of Love / Shirley Horn With Horns – Mercury

Quincy Jones and his Orchestra – Killer Joe
June 1969 Freddie Hubbard, Marvin Stamm, Snooky Young, John Frosk, Lloyd Michaels, Richard Williams (tp,flhrn) Jimmy Cleveland, J.J. Johnson, Kai Winding, Tony Studd, Alan Raph, Norman Pride, George Jeffers (tb) Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Jerome Richardson, Hubert Laws, Joel Kaye (reeds) Toots Thielemans (hca,g) Paul Griffin (p) Bob James (el-p) Eric Gale (g) Ray Brown, Chuck Rainey (b) Grady Tate, Bernard "Pretty" Purdie (d) Hilda Harris, Marilyn Jackson, Valerie Simpson, Maeretha Stewart (vcl) vcl chorus Walking In Space – A&M

Harold Austin - Jesse's Idea 1 & Jesse's Idea 2
1959 Harold Austin (d) others unknown New York Atlas Jazz Explosion - Atlas
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