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1-11-11

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

1-11-11

Postby jazzjester » Fri March 25 2011 03:16 PM

January 13, 1956 Lester Young/Teddy Wilson – Love Me Or Leave Me Lester Young (ts) Teddy Wilson (p) Gene Ramey (b) Jo Jones (d) Jazz Masters 30 - Verve

Louis Armstrong & Duke Ellington - It Don't Mean A Thing (la vcl) April 3, 1961 Louis Armstrong (tp,vcl) Trummy Young (tb) Barney Bigard (cl) Duke Ellington (p) Mort Herbert (b) Danny Barcelona (d) Louis Armstrong & Duke Ellington – Roulette

Duke Ellington / Coleman Hawkins – The Recitic August 1962 Ray Nance (tp,vln) Coleman Hawkins (ts) Duke Ellington (p) Aaron Bell (b) Sam Woodyard (d) Duke Ellington Meets Coleman Hawkins – Impulse 17



January 10, 1946 Esquire All-American Award Winners - Snafu Louis Armstrong, Neal Hefti (tp) Jimmy Hamilton (cl) Johnny Hodges (as) Don Byas (ts) Billy Strayhorn (p) Remo Palmieri (g) Chubby Jackson (b) Sonny Greer (d) Summit Meeting – Fremuex & Assicies 25:00




January 9
Bucky Pizzarelli - 1926 guitar turned 85 Sunday
Bucky Pizzarelli Quintet – Blues In The Closet (mislabeled Too Marvelous For Words on the CD) 2001 Allen Vache cl Peter Appleyard vibes Michael Moore bass Live at a Manhattan nightspot called Makor in 2001. Swing Live – Chesky

January 5, 1950 Nat King Cole & Nellie Lutcher - For You My Love Nat King Cole (vcl,p) acc by Ernie Royal (tp) Charlie Barnet (ts) Irving Ashby (g) Joe Comfort (b) Earl Hyde (d) Nellie Lutcher (vcl) #8 on the R&B chart 1950 Jumpin At Capitol – Capitol

George Shearing (British) - Jumpin' With Symphony Sid December 1949 Marjorie Hyams (vib,p-1) George Shearing (p,accor-1) Chuck Wayne (g) John Levy (b) Denzil Best (d) same except Jazz Masters 57 – Verve 42:00




55 years ago today January 11, 1956 Johnny Hodges and his Orchestra – Snibor Ray Nance (tp) Lawrence Brown (tb) Jimmy Hamilton (cl,ts) Johnny Hodges (as) Harry Carney (bar) Billy Strayhorn (p) Jimmy Woode (b) Sam Woodyard (d) The Complete Verve Johnny Hodges Small Group Sessions – Mosaic
written by Billy Strayhorn for Ellington and first recorded by Ellington in 1949. The title was a salute to NY Jazz DJ Fred Robbins. Snibor spelled backwards Robins with one of the Bs dropped. The same cat Robbins Nest was written for.

Rod McKuen – No Pictures Please (excerpt) 1959 Beatsville - Stanyon

Miles Davis Quartet - Well You Needn't March 1954 Miles Davis (tp) Horace Silver (p) Percy Heath (b) Art Blakey (d) Best Of The Capitol / Blue Note Years – Blue Note

Annie Ross – Twisted Oct 1952 Ram Ramirez organ, Percy Heath bass, Art Blakey drums Bebop Singers – Prestige



This band was a co-op organized by a number of former members and swingers in the Isham Jones big band. It was decided by the members that Woody Herman would be named the leader and it became his first band called simply The Band That Plays The Blues. This song was originally issued on two sides of a Decca 78 RPM record and recorded in April of 1940
Woody Herman - Get Your Boots Laced Papa (parts 1 & 2) April 18, 1940 Steady Nelson (tp,vcl) Bob Price (tp) Neal Reid, Toby Tyler (tb,arr) Joe Bishop (fhr,arr) Woody Herman (cl,as,vcl) Ray Hopfner (as) Saxie Mansfield (ts) Tommy Linehan (p) Hy White (g) Walter Yoder (b) Frank Carlson (d) James "Jiggs" Noble (arr) Cappy Lewis (tp) Carol Kay (vcl) Herb Tompkins (as) Bob Mersey (arr) Zilner Randolph (arr), Sammy Armato (ts) Blues On Parade - GRP




Composer, arranger, and reedman Frank Wess turned 89 last week and he has a new CD out available on CD Baby. Frank Wess is best remembered for his affiliation with the Count Basie from 1953 to 1964. In fact it is Frank Wess’s flute that can be heard most often with the band from that period. Frank Wess contributed a number of compositions to the Basie band book…. at least one of which can today be considered a Jazz standard. Segue in C performed here by the combined orchestras of Count Basie and Duke Ellington


Duke Ellington / Count Basie - Seque In C July 1962 First Time The Count Meets The Duke – Columbia

January 4, 1956 Count Basie – Magic 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) Joe Williams (vcl) Ernie Wilkins, Wild Bill Davis (arr) April In Paris - Verve

Count Basie - Cute (nh arr) April 14, 1958 Thad Jones (tp,arr) Snooky Young, Wendell Culley, Joe Newman (tp) Henry Coker, Al Grey, Benny Powell (tb) Marshal Royal (cl,as) Frank Wess (as,fl,arr) Billy Mitchell (ts) Frank Foster (ts,arr) Charlie Fowlkes (bar) Count Basie (p) Freddie Green (g) Eddie Jones (b) Sonny Payne (d) Joe Williams (vcl) same pers with Neal Hefti (arr), replaces Basie on (1) The Best Of The Roulette Years – Roulette 18:00




January 13 Joe Pass - 1929 guitar died in 1994 Lost nearly a decade of his career all through the 50s due to drug addiction. He emerged anew in 1962 with a record cut at Synanon, the infamous drug recovery center based originally in Southern California and later right here in Central California’s Tulare County Mountains

Les McCann – Shiny Stockings late 1963 Les McCann (p) Joe Pass (g) Paul Chambers (b) Paul Humphrey (d) The Complete Pacific Jazz Joe Pass Quartet Sessions - Mosaic

Blossom Dearie – The Party’s Over April 1959 Blossom Dearie (vcl,p) acc by Kenny Burrell (g) Ray Brown (b) Ed Thigpen (d) Jazz Masters 51 – Verve

Coleman Hawkins and Ben Webster - You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To October 1957 Ben Webster, Coleman Hawkins (ts) Oscar Peterson (p) Herb Ellis (g) Ray Brown (b) Alvin Stoller (d) Coleman Hawkins & Ben Webster – Verve




January 15, 1941 Benny Goodman Sextet - Gone With What Wind Cootie Williams (tp) Benny Goodman (cl) Georgie Auld (ts) Count Basie (p) Charlie Christian (el-g) Artie Bernstein (b) Jo Jones (d) Complete Charlie Christian – Definitive 36:00




56 years ago today January 11, 1955 Dinah Washington with Hal Mooney Orchestra – You Stay On My Mind Dinah Washington (vcl) acc by orchestra, including possibly Paul Quinichette (ts) Wynton Kelly (p) Keeter Betts (b) Jimmy Cobb (d) Complete DW On Mercury Vol 4 - Mercury

Aretha Franklin – It Ain’t Necessarily So December 19, 1960 Aretha Franklin (vcl) acc by Warren Lucky (ts) Ray Bryant (p) Chauncey "Lord" Westbrook (g) Bill Lee (b) Belton Evans (d) The First 12 Sides - Col

Betty Roche – January 8th, 1920
Betty Roche – Where Or When June 1960 Betty Roche (vcl) acc by Jimmy Forrest (ts) Brother Jack McDuff (org) Bill Jennings (g) Wendell Marshall (b) Roy Haynes (d) Singin' And Swingin' - Prestige

January 6, 1950 Stan Getz Quartet – Too Marvelous For Words Stan Getz (ts) Al Haig (p) Tommy Potter (b) Roy Haynes (d) Imagination – Dreyfus

January 10, 1951 Earl Bostic – Flamingo Gene Redd (tp,vib) Earl Bostic (as) Lowell "Count" Hastings (ts) Cliff Smalls (p) Rene Hall (g) Keeter Betts (b) Jimmy Cobb (d) Flamingo – Dreyfus 51:00







January 18, 1938 Lionel Hampton – Ring Dem Bells Cootie Williams (tp) Johnny Hodges (as) Edgar Sampson (bar,arr) Lionel Hampton (vib,vcl) Jess Stacy (p) Allen Reuss (g) Billy Taylor, Sr. (b) Sonny Greer (d)
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