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Postby jazzjester » Tue July 27 2010 11:19 AM

53 years ago this week The Three Sounds - Sunny June 10, 1967 Gene Harris (p,org-1) Andy Simpkins (b) Donald Bailey (d) Live at the Lighthouse Live "Lighthouse Club", Hermosa Beach, CA, Live at the Lighthouse – Blue Note

Ben Webster and Junior Mance Trio - Ain’t Misbehavin February 1964 Ben Webster (ts) Junior Mance (p) Bob Cranshaw (b) Mickey Roker (d) Joe Williams (vcl) Live "Pio's Lodge", Providence, Rhode Island, Havin A Good Time - Hyena

Coleman Hawkins Quartet – The Man I Love November 7, 1955 Coleman Hawkins (ts) Hank Jones (p) Wendell Marshall (b) Shadow Wilson (d) "Phytian Temple", New York, Coleman Hawkins In The In The 50s – Body & Soul Revisited – Decca 18

June 8, 1945 Artie Shaw - A Foggy Day (gs arr) Roy Eldridge (tp,vcl) Bernie Glow, George Schwartz (tp) Augustino Ischia (tb) [ Gus Dixon, Bob Swift, Ollie Wilson (tb) Barry Rogers (tb,arr) Artie Shaw (cl,arr) Louis Prisby, Rudy Tanza (as) Jon Walton (ts) Chuck Gentry (bar) Dodo Marmarosa (p) Barney Kessel (g) Morris Rayman (b) Louis Fromm (d) Hal Derwin, Hal Stevens (vcl) Ray Conniff, Buster Harding, Dick Jones, Jimmy Mundy, David Rose, George Siravo (arr) Ralph Roselund (ts) Stan Fishelson (tp) 22:00

June 7 Tal Farlow, b.1921 Tal Farlow did not take up the guitar until he was 21 years old, but within a year was playing professionally. He worked fairly steady for 10 years but in 1958, settled on the East Coast, became a sign painter, and just played locally. He only made one record as a leader from 1960-1975, but emerged a bit more often between 1976-1984. He died in 1998. The swinging guitar of Tal Farlow heard on the first three recordings this set on Jazz Joint Jump

Anita O'Day - From This Moment On August 1955 Anita O'Day (vcl) acc by Jimmy Rowles (p) Tal Farlow (g) Leroy Vinnegar (b) Larry Bunker (d) Anita O Day Swings Cole Porter - Verve

Red Norvo - Roses of Picardy September 1954 Shorty Rogers (tp) Jimmy Giuffre (cl) Red Norvo (vib) Pete Jolly (p) Tal Farlow (g) Red Callender (b) Larry Bunker (d) June 7 Tal Farlow, b.1921 June 5 Pete Jolly, b.1932 Just A Mood – RCA

Tal Farlow Quartet – It’s You Or No One January 1955 Claude Williamson (p) Tal Farlow (g) Red Mitchell (b) Stan Levey (d) Jazz Masters 41 - Verve

June 8, 1944 The Keynoters - Blue Lou Charlie Shavers, Jonah Jones (tp) Budd Johnson (ts) Johnny Guarnieri (p) Milt Hinton (b) J.C. Heard (d) 37:00

52 years ago this week June 10, 1958 Big Eighteen - Easy Does It Billy Butterfield, Buck Clayton, Charlie Shavers, Rex Stewart (tp) Lawrence Brown, Vic Dickenson, Lou McGarity, Dickie Wells (tb) Walt Levinsky (cl,as) Hymie Schertzer (as) Sam Donahue, Boomie Richman (ts) Ernie Caceres (bar) Johnny Guarnieri (p) Barry Galbraith (g) Milt Hinton (b) Jimmy Crawford (d) Charlie Shirley (arr) Live Echoes Of The Swinging Bands – Verve

46 years ago this week June 9, 1964 Frank Sinatra – The Best Is Yet To Come (fs vcl,qj arr 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 on Quincy Jones (cond,arr), It Might As Well Be Swing – Reprise

July 15/16, 1963 Ella Fitzgerald acc by Count Basie and his Orchestra – I’m Beginning To See The Light 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) Ella And Basie – Verve

Count Basie – Jive At Five February 1939 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 Mundy (arr) Complete Original American Decca Rec - Definitive

June 10th Dickie Wells born Wells worked with Count Basie ’38-45 and ‘47-50

Dickie Wells (William) – trombone. Born; Centerville, Tenn., 1909. Toured w. Benny Carter 1932; Fletcher Henderson ’33-4; Teddy Hill ’35-38, including a European tour in 1937. During the tour Wells was recorded in Paris leading a group that also featured Django Reinhardt.

Dicky Wells and his Orchestra – Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea July 1937 Paris, France Bill Dillard, Shad Collins (tp-1) Bill Coleman (tp,vcl) Dickie Wells (tb,arr) Django Reinhardt (g) Richard Fullbright (b) Bill Beason (d) Djangology USA Vol 2 – Disques Swing

Trombonist Dicky Wells recorded with a number of jazz greats in the 50s In addition he recorded with Ray Charles in 1962 and in the mid ‘60’s Wells' wrote his memoirs called ‘The Night People” but unfortunately alcoholism and subsequently his lackluster playing caused him to take a day job as a messenger. His last sessions as a leader were with a septet in 1981 on the Uptown label. One more spotlighting Dicky Wells as a leader and on this vocalist as well

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

Drummer Shelly Manne who made a countless number of records from the 1940s into the '80s but is best-known as a good-humored bandleader who never hogged the spotlight was born this week in 1920. Shelly Manne drums all selection this set

The Poll-Winners - Satin Doll March 1957 Barney Kessel (g) Ray Brown (b) Shelly Manne (d) The Poll-winners: Barney Kessel with Ray Brown and Shelly Manne - Contemporary

Peggy Lee – Fever acc. by a small group directed by Jack Marshall with Shelly Manne on drums 1958 The Best Of Peggy Lee – Capitol

Quincy Jones - Kings Road Blues
February 1957 Benny Carter, Herb Geller, Charlie Mariano, Art Pepper (as) Lou Levy (p) Red Mitchell (b) Shelly Manne (d) Quincy Jones (dir) This Is How I Feel About Jazz – Impulse 19:00

Stan Kenton and his Orchestra - Dynaflow March 28, 1951 Maynard Ferguson, John Howell, Chico Alvarez (tp) Ray Wetzel, Shorty Rogers (tp,arr) Milt Bernhart, Harry Betts, Bob Fitzpatrick, Dick Kenney (tb) Bart Varsalona (b-tb) Bud Shank, Art Pepper (as) Bob Cooper, Bart Calderall (ts) Bob Gioga (bar) Stan Kenton (p,arr) Ralph Blaze (g) Don Bagley (b) Shelly Manne (d) Jay Johnson (vcl) Pete Rugolo, Ken Hanna, Gene Roland (arr) Retrospective – Capitol 22:00

Shelly Manne Shelly Manne, b.1920
June 19, 1958 The Big Band of Shorty Rogers featuring The Giants – Viva Puente Shorty Rogers (flhrn) Al Porcino, Ray Triscari, Ed Leddy, Don Fagerquist, Buddy Childers (tp) Bob Enevoldsen, Frank Rosolino, Harry Betts, George Roberts, Ken Shroyer (tb) Bud Shank (fl,as) Herb Geller (as) Bill Holman (ts) Bill Hood (ts,bar) Bob Cooper (ts,oboe) Chuck Gentry (bar) Joe Mondragon (b) Shelly Manne (d) Modesto Duran, Carlos Vidal, Luis Miranda, Mike Pacheco, Manuel Ochoa, Juan Cheda, Frank Guerrero, Sirelda Gonzales (perc) Afro Cuban Influence – RCA 28:00

June 9th
Les Paul (Lester Polfus) – guitar. Born; Waukesha, Wis., 1916

June 9 Les Paul, b.1916
Before his attention was diverted toward recording multi-layered hits for the pop market, with wife Mary Ford Les Paul made his name as a brilliant jazz.guitarist Heavily influenced by Django Reinhardt at first, Paul eventually developed a hard-swinging style of his own.

Les Paul Trio - Dream Dust December 1944 Les Paul (g) with Milt Raskin (p) Cal Gooden (g) Clint Nordquist (b) Complete Decca Master Takes – Definitive

Jazz at the Philharmonic – Tea For Two
(pt 1,2, 3) (10") "Philharmonic Auditorium", Los Angeles, CA, July 2, 1944 J.J. Johnson (tb) Illinois Jacquet, Jack McVea (ts) Nat King Cole (p) Les Paul (g) Red Callender, Johnny Miller (b) Lee Young (d) Jazz At The Philharmonic – The First Concert Benefit concert for some Mexican kids who got roughed up by some cops in LA produced by Norman Granz Les Paul born this week back in 1916. Debatable whether he was the father of the electric guitar but certainly helped to popularize the instrument. Les Paul actually a late fill in for the show when Nat Cole’s regular guitarist was busy with some chick and couldn’t make it. 43:00

Duke Ellington Small Band - Blues July 1960 Ray Nance (tp) Lawrence Brown (tb) Johnny Hodges (as) Paul Gonsalves (ts) Harry Carney (bar,b-cl) Duke Ellington (p) Aaron Bell (b) Sam Woodyard (d) Unknown Session – Col

June 8, 1961 Dave Brubeck - Unsquare Dance Dave Brubeck (p) Gene Wright (b) Joe Morello (d) The Essential Dave Brubeck - Col

Jo Jones Trio – I Got Rhythm March, 1959 Ray Bryant (p) Tommy Bryant (b) Jo Jones (d,talking-1) Jo Jones Trio – Everest 55:00

June 11, 1956 Bing Crosby - Nice Work If You Can Get It Bing Crosby (vcl) acc by Conrad Gozzo, Pete Candoli, Harry "Sweets" Edison, Maynard Ferguson (tp) Joe Howard, Lloyd Ulyate, Milt Bernhart, George Roberts (tb) Bud Shank, Maurice Stein, Ted Nash, Bob Cooper, Chuck Gentry (saxes) Paul Smith (p) Barney Kessel (g) Alvin Stoller (d) + woodwinds & strings Bing Sings Whilst Bregman Swings - Verve
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