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6-15-10

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

6-15-10

Postby jazzjester » Tue July 27 2010 11:22 AM

February 23, 1963 Duke Ellington and his Orchestra – Rose Of The Rio Grande Cootie Williams, Cat Anderson, Roy Burrows (tp) Ray Nance (tp,vln,vcl) Lawrence Brown, Buster Cooper, Chuck Connors (tb) Jimmy Hamilton (cl,ts) Russell Procope (as,cl) Johnny Hodges (as) Paul Gonsalves (ts) Harry Carney (bar,b-cl,cl) Duke Ellington (p) Ernie Shepard (b,vcl) Sam Woodyard (d) "Olympia Theatre", Paris, France, The Great Paris Concert – Atlantic

Duke Ellington and his Orchestra – Mack The Knife "Antibes Jazz Festival", Juan-les-Pins, France, July 29, 1966 Cat Anderson, Cootie Williams, Herbie Jones, Mercer Ellington (tp) Lawrence Brown, Chuck Connors, Buster Cooper (tb) Jimmy Hamilton (cl,ts) Russell Procope (as,cl) Johnny Hodges (as) Paul Gonsalves (ts) Harry Carney (bar,cl,b-cl) Duke Ellington (p) John Lamb (b) Sam Woodyard (d) ; flwg added on (1) only : Jim Hughart (b) Grady Tate (d) Ella Fitzgerald (vcl) Ray Nance (tp-2) Ben Webster (ts-2) Ella And Duke At The Cote D’Azure - Verve

Duke Ellington and his Orchestra – Tootie For Cootie
February 23, 1963"Olympia Theatre", Paris, France, Cootie Williams, Cat Anderson, Roy Burrows (tp) Ray Nance (tp,vln,vcl) Lawrence Brown, Buster Cooper, Chuck Connors (tb) Jimmy Hamilton (cl,ts) Russell Procope (as,cl) Johnny Hodges (as) Paul Gonsalves (ts) Harry Carney (bar,b-cl,cl) Duke Ellington (p) Ernie Shepard (b,vcl) Sam Woodyard (d) The Great Paris Concert – Atlantic 16:00




Stephane Grappelli (French) - Et Maintenant June 1969 Paris, Stephane Grappelli (vln) Barney Kessel (el-g) Nini Rosso (g) Michel Gaudry (b) Jean-Louis Viale (d) Stephane Grappelli Meets Barney Kessel – Black Lion

Henri Salvador – Stompin At The Savoy (French) 1962 Henri Salvador (g,vcl) Pierre Michelot (b) Andre Baptiste "Mac Kac" Reilles (d) Paris, c. Pardon My English – Universal

8 1/2 Souvenirs – Happy Feet title track 1995 RCA Victor

Quintette du Hot Club de France (French) – Swinging With Django December 1937 Stephane Grappelli (vln) Django Reinhardt, Joseph Reinhardt, Eugene Vees (g) Louis Vola (b) Michel Warlop (vln) added Paris, Djangology USA Vol 1 – Disques Swing 31:00




Angelo Debarre & Ludovic Beier – Premier Bal 2003 Angello Dabarre guitar, Ludovic Beier accodian, Anonio Licusati bass Come Into My Swing – Le Chant Du Monde

Madeleine Peyroux – Dance Me To The End Of Love 2004 Careless Love – Rounder 40:00




Dizzy Gillespie Quartet – They Can’t Take That Away From Me Dizzy Gillespie (tp) Arnold Ross (p) Jean-Jacques Tilche (g) Joe Benjamin (b) Bill Clark (d) "Theatre des Champs-Elysees", Paris, France, April 5, 1952 Jazz In Paris Cognac Blues - Universal

Art Blakey - Politely Live "Club St. Germain", Paris, France, December 21, 1958 Lee Morgan (tp) Benny Golson (ts) Bobby Timmons (p) Jymie Merritt (b) Art Blakey (d) Kenny Clark (d-1) Gana M'Bow (cga-1) Complete Concert At Club St Germaine - Gambit



Django Reinhardt et le Quintette du Hot Club avec Stephane Grappelly - Echoes of France [La Marseillaise] January 31, 1946 Stephane Grappelli (vln) Django Reinhardt (g solo) Jack Llewellyn, Alan Hodgkins (g) Coleridge Goode (d) London, England, Echoes Of France - Dreyfus




Gene Ammons - Shuffle Twist February 19, 1962 Gene Ammons, Sonny Stitt (ts) Brother Jack McDuff (org) Charlie Persip (d) Soul Summit - Prestige

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

Ken Nordine – Blue
1966 Colors – Asphodel began as a short-lived series of radio commercials written and voiced at the behest of the Fuller Paint Company. The spots ran as scheduled; however, at the end of the campaign listeners began calling radio stations to request they be rebroadcast. Once word got back to Nordine, he rewrote the scripts — sans sponsor of course — and composed a few new hues to the initial order of ten.
Nordine got his start as a radio and television personality in Chicago, were he would sometimes do his raps over jazz records on his poetry show. His first Word Jazz album, from 1957, utilized the Chico Hamilton band (working under the alias of the Fred Katz group). This led to a series of Word Jazz recordings, which — like the beat poetry from the same era — looked beyond the conformity of the 1950s to more imaginative and colorful worlds, ones that had room for fantasy and irrationality, and not just mundane reality.

Miles Davis Sextet – Freddie Freeloader March 2, 1959 Miles Davis (tp) Julian "Cannonball" Adderley (as) John Coltrane (ts) Wynton Kelly (p) Paul Chambers (b) Jimmy Cobb (d) Kind Of Blue – Col 26:00




June 15, 1954 Dinah Washington - A Foggy Day (jd,cc out) Dinah Washington (vcl) acc by Clark Terry (tp) Gus Chappell (tb) Rick Henderson (as) Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis (ts) Junior Mance (p) Keeter Betts (b) Ed Thigpen (d) The Comp DW On Mercury Vol 3 – Mercury

Lionel Hampton with Dexter Gordon - Lullaby Of Birdland November 1977 Dexter Gordon (ts) Lionel Hampton (vib) Hank Jones (p) Bucky Pizzarelli (g) George Duvivier (b) Oliver Jackson (d) Candido Camero (cga) Who’s Who In Jazz Presents Lionel Hampton With Dexter Gordon – West Wind

Shirley Horn - Sunday In New York 1965 Shirley Horn (vcl,p) acc by Joe Newman (tp) Frank Wess, Jerome Richardson (ts,fl) Kenny Burrell (g) Marshall Hawkins (b) Bernard Sweetney (d) Johnny Pate (brass arr-1) Travelin' Light - ABC

Henry Mancini Orchestra – The Beat February 22, 26 & 29, 1960 Conrad Gozzo, Pete Candoli, Frank Beach, Graham Young (tp) Vince DeRosa, Sinclair Lott, John Graas, Richard Perissi, Herman Lebow, George Price (fhr) Dick Nash, Jimmy Priddy, John Halliburton, Karl DeKarske (tb) Ted Nash, Ronnie Lang, Gene Cipriano, Wilbur Schwartz, Harry Klee (woodwinds,reeds) Victor Feldman (vib,maraccas) Larry Bunker (vib) John Williams (p) Bob Bain (g) Rollie Bundock (b) Jack Sperling (d) Henry Mancini (dir) coll. pers. Martinis With Mancini – RCA

Charlie Parker Quartet – Star Eyes March - April 1950 Charlie Parker (as) Hank Jones (p) Ray Brown (b) Buddy Rich (d) April In Paris – Dreyfus 49:00




June 15th
Erroll Garner – piano, songwriter. Born; Pittsburgh Pa., 1921. Erroll Garner is one of the truly great and gifted improvisers in Jazz history. In fact it was his great and gifted natural talent that made him impatient with the tortures of music study. Garner never learned to read music; he instead relied upon a gifted sense of rhythm, harmony, hearing, and inventiveness, often creating impressionistic intros to Jazz standards recognizable to most only at his own well-timed choosing.

Erroll Garner Quintet - That's My Kick April, 1966 Erroll Garner (p) Art Ryerson (g) Milt Hinton (b) George Jenkins (d) Johnny Pacheco (cga) That's My Kick & Gemini

Peggy Lee - Call Me
Peggy Lee (vcl) acc by unknown woodwinds, strings, p, 7 g's, b and d with similar acc. The Best Of Peggy Lee - Capitol
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