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


Postby jazzjester » Fri March 25 2011 04:19 PM

February 7, 1955 Gene Krupa Quartet - 'S wonderful (*)Eddie Shu (tp,cl,as,ts,accor) Bobby Scott (p) prob Milt Hinton (b) Gene Krupa (d) Gene Krupa – Compact Jazz - Verve

Late 1958 Early 59 Peggy Lee - Things Are Swingin' Peggy Lee (vcl) , no details except Jack Marshall (dir) Things Are Swingin' / Jump For Joy - EMI

The All Stars - Session At Midnight December 1955 Harry "Sweets" Edison, Shorty Sherock (tp) Benny Carter (tp,as) (tp-2) Murray McEachern (tb,as) (as-1) Gus Bivona (cl) Willie Smith (as) Plas Johnson, Babe Russin (ts) Jimmy Rowles (p) Al Hendrickson (g) Mike Rubin (b) Irv Cottler (d) Session At Midnight – Capitol

The Kirchin Band – Big City Blues 1955 Ivor Kirchin (leader) Basil Kirchin (d) Harry Perry (ts) and others Gotta Be This Or That: The EMI Singles – Vocalion A compilation of singles made for EMI between 1954 and 1956. Father, Ivor Kirchin was the Leader, Conductor and Business Manager for this popular big band formed in 1952. Son, Basil was the drummer. There was always plenty of work around the dance hall circuit for the band but there were no recordings until 1954 when George Martin of EMI (yes the George Martin of Beatles fame) spotted the talent and arranged the first recording date. Available as a download on from and album called Great British Rock n’ Roll 23:00

February 6, 1964 Johnny Hodges - Everybody Knows Ray Nance, Cat Anderson (tp) Lawrence Brown (tb) Johnny Hodges (as) Paul Gonsalves (ts) Jimmy Jones (p) Ernie Shepard (b) Grady Tate (d) Everybody Knows – Jazz Heritage 7:35

February 6, 1963 Joe Williams - Jump For Joy Joe Williams (vcl) acc by Clark Terry (tp) Urbie Green (tb) Phil Woods (as) Jerome Richardson (ts,fl) Danny Bank (bar) Hank Jones (p) Kenny Burrell (g) Milt Hinton (b) Osie Johnson (d) Jimmy Jones, Oliver Nelson (co-ldr) The Overwhelming Joe Williams – Bluebird Song came from Ellingtons first score for the stage back in the 41 for the all black revue of the same name 2:20

February 7-8, 1956 Duke Ellington and his Orchestra – Midriff Clark Terry, Willie Cook, Cat Anderson (tp) Ray Nance (tp,vln,vcl) Quentin Jackson, Britt Woodman, John Sanders (tb) Jimmy Hamilton (cl,ts) Johnny Hodges (as) Russell Procope (as,cl) Paul Gonsalves (ts) Harry Carney (bar,cl,b-cl) Duke Ellington (p) Jimmy Woode (b) Sam Woodyard (d) Strayhorn tune the band first recorded on a transcription disc 11 years earlier in 1945 Ellington 56 – Charly 40:00

February 9 bass man Walter Page, born in 1900. In Okalahoma in 1925 Page began leading his own outfit called The Blue Devils that Count Basie joined in 1928 in Kansas City. It later became the Count Basie orchestra. Walter Page was a key figure in developing the walking bass in Jazz. Together with Basie along with Freddie Green and Jo Jones, Walter Page helped solidify what became called the All American Rhythm section

February 13, 1939 Basie's Bad Boys - Going To Chicago Blues (jr vcl) Buck Clayton, Shad Collins (tp) Dicky Wells (tb) Lester Young (cl) Count Basie (organ) Freddie Green (g) Walter Page (b) Jo Jones (d) Jimmy Rushing (vcl) Lester Young: The Complete 1936 – 1951 Small Group Sessions Vol 1 1936 - `1942 – Blue Moon

Terry Gibbs – Evil Eyes March 1959 Al Porcino, Ray Triscari, Conte Candoli, Stu Williamson (tp) Bob Enevoldsen, Vern Friley, Joe Cadena (tb) Joe Maini, Charlie Kennedy (as) Bill Holman (ts,arr) Med Flory (ts) Jack Schwartz (bar) Pete Jolly (p) Terry Gibbs (vib) Max Bennett (b) Mel Lewis (d) Marty Paich, Manny Albam, Sy Johnson, Al Cohn, Bob Brookmeyer (arr) Live "Seville", Hollywood, CA, Dream Band Flying Home Vol 3 - Contemporary alto solo by Joe Maini, b.2-8-1930 an incredible alto sax player, prodigy of Charlie Parker, colorful character, died at just 34 in 1964 after an accident with a loaded gun

February 12, 1956 Stan Kenton and His Orchestra – Intermission Riff Ed Leddy, Maynard Ferguson, Sam Noto, Pete Candoli, Don Paladino (tp) Carl Fontana, Bob Fitzpatrick, Milt Bernhart, Kent Larsen (tb) Don Kelly (b-tb) Lennie Niehaus, Arthur "Skeets" Herfurt (as) Vido Musso (ts-1) Bill Perkins, Spencer Sinatra (ts) Jack Nimitz (bar) Stan Kenton (p,arr) Ralph Blaze (g) Don Bagley (b) Mel Lewis (d) Pete Rugolo, Bill Holman, Gerry Mulligan (arr) Kenton In Hi-Fi – Capitol 55:00

74 years ago today February 8, 1937 Lionel Hampton and his Orchestra - Jivin' The Vibres Ziggy Elman (tp) Hymie Schertzer, George Koenig (as) Vido Musso, Arthur Rollini (ts) Jess Stacy (p) Allen Reuss (g) Harry Goodman (b) Gene Krupa (d) Lionel Hampton (vib,d-1,vcl) Lionel Hampton All Star Sessions Vol 1 Open House - Avid

Benny Goodman Quartet - Bei mir bist du schon (pt 1 &2) (mt vcl) December 21, 1937 Benny Goodman (cl) Lionel Hampton (vib) Teddy Wilson (p) Gene Krupa (d)

Dave Brubeck – Tonight Only December 14, 1960 Dave Brubeck (p) Gene Wright (b) Joe Morello (d) Paul Desmond (as) Tonight Only - Col

Tony Bennett - Crazy Rhythm June 1957 Tony Bennett (vcl) acc by Ralph Sutton (p,arr) John Pisano (g) James Bond (b) Chico Hamilton (d) Tony Bennett Jazz - Columbia

Jo Jones Trio – I Got Rhythm Part 2 March, 1959 Ray Bryant (p) Tommy Bryant (b) Jo Jones (d,talking-1) Jo Jones Trio - Fresh Sound

Nina Simone - Mood Indigo 1957 Nina Simone (vcl,p) Jimmy Bond (b) Albert "Tootie" Heath (d) The Best Of Nina Simone - Crimson 20:00

Illinois Jacquet - How Now ? May 1962 Roy Eldridge (tp) Matthew Gee (tb) Illinois Jacquet (as,ts) Cecil Payne (bar) Sir Charles Thompson (p) Kenny Burrell (g) George Duvivier (b) Jo Jones (d) Columbia Small Group Swing Sessions - Mosaic

Chet Baker - How High The Moon December 1958 Chet Baker (tp) Herbie Mann (fl) Pepper Adams (bar) Bill Evans (p) Kenny Burrell (g-1) Paul Chambers (b) Connie Kay (d) Chet - OJC

Ken Nordine - Blue Colors - Asphodel

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

February 12, 1962 Joe Carroll - In The Land Of The Ooh Bla Dee Joe Carroll (vcl) acc by Connie Lester (ts) Specs Williams (org) Grant Green (g) Lee Ainsley (d) Man With A Happy Sound - Collectables

February 8, 1962 Marlowe Morris - Marlowe's Blues (1) Buck Clayton (tp) Edmond Hall (cl) Buddy Tate (ts) Marlowe Morris (org) Jo Jones (d) Ray Barretto (bgo-1) Columbia Small Group Swing Sessions – Mosaic 40:00

February 11, 1958 Louis Prima - Should I? & I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me Casbar Theater, Sahara Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada, Louis Prima (vcl,tp) acc by Lou Sineaux (tb) William "Willie" McCumber (p) Bob "Bobby" Roberts (g) Antony "Tony" Liuzza (b) Harvey Lang (d) Keely Smith (vcl) Sam Butera (vcl-1,ts)

February 12, 1946 Ella Mae Morse - The House Of Blue Lights (emm,dr vcl) Ella Mae Morse (vcl) acc by Freddie Slack (p) George Van Eps (g) Jack Ryan (b) Nick Fatool (d) Don Raye (vcl) The Very Best Of Ella Mae Morse – Collectables

Joe Morris - Boogie Woogie March December 1948 Joe Morris (tp) Matthew Gee (tb) Johnny Griffin (ts) Bill McLemore (bar) Elmo Hope (p) Percy Heath (b) Philly Joe Jones (d) Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere – Acrobat 55:00

February 13, 14 & 15, 1964 Blossom Dearie - I Wish You Love Blossom Dearie (vcl,p) acc by The Capitol Orchestra , : no details except Jack Marshall (arr) May I Come In ? – Capitol
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