DISCOGRAPHY  PART 7
 
discography   1   2   3   4  (original)   5   6   7   8   9  (compilations)   I  press   biography  1   2   3







  Pure Be-Bop / Various Artists
recorded: 1946 (1948?) -1955
issues: July 1998 CD DELTA 17162 ; July 21, 1998 CD LASERLIGHT

Dizzy Gillespie Big Band; DIZZY GILLESPIE, JIMMY OWENS, VICTOR PAZ, DIZZY REECE, JIMMY OWENS (fl-h, tp); CHET BAKER, DONALD BYRD, MILES DAVIS, KENNY DORHAM, THAD JONES, HOWARD MC GHEE, WALLACE DAVENPORT, JIMMY NOTTINGHAM, ROGER GUERIN, STANLEY RODERICK (tp); CURTIS FULLER, ÅKE PERSSON, TED KELLY, FRANK REHAK, TOM McINTOSH (tb); JIMMY WALLACE (b-tb); DEXTER GORDON, ZOOT SIMS, SONNY STITT, BOBBY JASPER, PAUL JEFFREY, YUSEF LATEEF, CHARLES MC LINDEN (ts); PETE YELLIN (as); CHARLIE PARKER (as, ts); JAMES MOODY (fl, as, ts); CHRIS WOODS, LEO WRIGHT (as, fl); CECIL PAYNE, SAHIB SHIHAB (bar-s); JULIUS WATKINS, JOHN BURDEN, ANDY MC GOVIN (fr-h, h); DON BUTTERFIELD (tu); TADD DAMERON, AL HAIG, BARRY HARRIS, JOHN LEWIS, MIKE LONGO, LALO SCHIFRIN, BILLY TAYLOR (p); LIONEL HAMPTON, LIONEL HAMPTON (vib); BERNARD MC KINNEY (eupho- nium); BILLY MACKEL, BUCKY PIZZARELLI (g); NELSON BOYD, LAWRENCE BURGAN, ALBY CULLAZ, PERCY HEATH, MILT HINTON, ALVIN JACKSON, DON MOSLEY, TOMMY POTTER, CURLY RUSSELL, DOUG WATKINS, PAUL WEST, CHRIS WHITE (b); ART BLAKEY, KENNETH BOLDS, RUDY COLLINS, BOBBY DURHAM, OTIS FINCH, FRANK GANT, BUDDY RICH, MAX ROACH, ART TAYLOR, ALBERT 'TOOTIE' HEATH (dr)

  1. Dexter Rides Again / Dexter Gordon
  2. Half Nelson / Charlie Parker, Miles Davis
  3. Things To Come / Dizzy Gillespie Big Band
  4. Milestones / Chet Baker
  5. Blues / Donald Byrd
  6. The Theme / Thad Jones
  7. Groovin' High / Charlie Parker
  8. Steamline Stanley / Sonny Stitt
  9. Nirvana / Zoot Sims
10. It's Gotta Be Me / Lionel Hampton
11. Night In Tunisia / Dizzy Gillespie Big Band
12. More On The Same / Donald Byrd
(Gordon/Powell)
(Davis)
(Fuller/Gillespie)
(Davis)
(Byrd)
(Davis)
(Gillespie)
(Stitt)
(Sims)
(Hampton)
(Gillespie/Paparelli)
(Byrd)
     
  Ultimate Dizzy Gillespie / Dizzy Gillespie
recorded: 1950 - 1964
issued: August 25, 1998 POLYGRAM RECORDS 557535 (part of the Ultimate Verve series). Also available as part of a box set on VERVE 543 078.

DIZZY GILLESPIE (tp, voc); ROY ELDRIDGE, JOHN FROSK, E.V. PERRY, CLARK TERRY, NICK TRAVIS, CARL WARWICK, TALIB DAAWUD, LEE MORGAN (tp); PAUL FAULISE,  AL GREY, MELBA LISTON, GEORGE MATTHEWS, BRITT WOODMAN (tb); ROD LEVITT, CHUCK CONNORS (b-tb); BENNY GOLSON (ts, arr); STAN GETZ, BILLY MITCHELL (ts); CHARLIE VENTURA (bs, ts); PEE WEE MOORE, BILLY ROOT (bar-s); ERNIE HENRY, CHARLIE PARKER, JIMMY POWELL, SONNY STITT (as); LEO WRIGHT (as, fl on #7,10); JOHN BARROWS, RICHARD BERG, RAY ALONGE, GUNTHER SCHULLER, JOE SINGER (h); DON BUTTERFIELD, JAY McALLISTER (tu); JAMES MOODY (fl); LES SPANN (fl, g); JOHN MURTAUGH, STANLEY WEBB (ww); LALO SCHIFRIN (p, arr); KENNY BARRON, RAY BRYANT, HANK JONES, WYNTON KELLY, JOHN LEWIS, JUNIOR MANCE, THELONIOUS MONK, OSCAR PETERSON (p); GEORGE DEVENS (vib); JOE CARROLL (voc); JOSE PAULA (g, tamb); HERB ELLIS, BOLA SETE (g); RAY BROWN, TOMMY BRYANT, ART DAVIS, GEORGE DUVIVIER, SAM JONES, CURLY RUSSELL, PAUL WEST (b); RUDY COLLINS, LEX HUMPHRIES, CHUCK LAMPKIN, CHARLIE PERSIP, STAN LEVEY, LOUIE BELLSON, BUDDY RICH (dr); RAY BARRETTO, JULIO COLLAZO, JOSE MANGUAL (perc); CARMEN COSTA (cabasa); ERNIE WILKINS (arr); NORMAN GRANZ, QUINCY JONES, JACK TRACY (prod)


  1. Birk's Works
  2. Bloomdido
  3. Sometimes I'm Happy
  4. Wee (aka Allen's Alley)
  5. I Remember Clifford
  6. Con Alma
  7. Ool-Ya-Koo
  8. The Umbrella Man
  9. Fiesta Mojo
10. Chega De Saudade (No More Blues)
11. Come Sunday
12. Be-Bop


Tracks selected by Roy Hargrove. Compilation producer: Richard Seidel. Includes liner notes by Bob Blumenthal and Roy Hargrove.
     
  Kenny Burrell And The Jazz Giants
recorded: 1957-1990
issued: October 10, 1998 CD FANTASY 60028

KENNY BURRELL, JIMMY RANEY (g); JOHN COLTRANE, COLEMAN HAWKINS, STANLEY TURRENTINE, HAROLD LAND (ts); LEO WRIGHT, JACKIE McLEAN (as); JEROME RICHARDSON (ss, ts); DONALD BYRD, SNOOKY YOUNG (tp); WILL DAVIS, WYNTON KELLY, BILL EVANS, TOMMY FLANAGAN, MAL WALDRON, JIMMY JONES (p); JACK MC DUFF, JIMMY SMITH (org); JAY HOGGARD (vib); RAY BROWN, RUFUS REID, STANLEY GILBERT, MARTIN RIVERA, PAUL CHAMBERS, MAJOR HOLLEY, DOUG WATKINS, MARCUS McLAURINE (b); GRADY TATE, ART TAYLOR, JOE DUKES, PHILLY JOE JONES, BILLY GENE ENGLISH, EDDIE LOCKE, YORON ISRAEL, LEWIS NASH, JIMMY COBB, JIMMIE SMITH (dr); RAY MANTILLA (perc); RAY BARRETTO (cga)


  1. Lyresto
  2. You Can't Get Away
  3. Jump For Joy
  4. Chelsea Bridge
  5. Azure
  6. Sweet Dulcinea Blue
  7. It's Getting Dark
  8. Pivot
  9. He's A Real Gone Guy
10. Kenny's Theme
11. Funky
12. Autumn Leaves
13. Midnight Blues
(live)
14. Midnight Special (live)

All written by Kenny Burrell. Producers include: Bob Weinstock, Orrin Keepnews, Kenny Burrell, Helen Keane, Ozzie Cadena. Compilation producer: Eric Miller. Includes liner notes by Jim Ferguson. Digitally remastered by Joe Tarantino (1998, Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, California).
     

  Very Best Of Latin Jazz / Various Artists
issued: 1998 2 CD´s Global TV 96

Chet Baker (tp); Steve Huffsteter (tp, fl-h); Clint Houston, Alex Malheiros, Tony Banda, Francisco Centeno, Gene Cherico, Lincoln Goines, Joe Mondragon, Byron Miller, Frank Rehak, Milton Bernhardt (tb); Bob Brookmeyer (valve-tb); Paul Desmond (as); Al Cohn, Zoot Sims, Phil Woods, Jerome Richardson, Stanley Turrentine (ts); Chico Freeman (cl, ss); Hubert Laws, Bud Shank (fl); Leo Wright (fl, g, perc, ts); Dick Mitchell (fl, ts); Danny Bank (bar-s); Romeo Penque (reeds); Toots Thielemans (hca); Lalo Schifrin, João Donato, Sir Roland Hanna, Oscar Peterson, Charlie Otwell (p); Herbie Hancock, Kenny Kirkland (el-p); Tania Maria (p, keyb, voc); George Duke (keyb, voc); Richard Kermode (org, perc); Jay Hoggard (vib); João Gilberto (g, perc, voc); Astrud Gilberto (voc); Bob Mann, Carlos Santana, Eddie Duran, Luiz Bonfá, Jim Hall, Jimmy Raney, José Neto, Ronald Bautista, Brian Auger (g); Jay Berliner (acc-g); Ron Carter, Sam Jones, Steve Swallow, John Pena, Doug Rauch, Ben Tucker (b); Connie Kay, George Duvivier, Billy Cobham, Steve Gold, Grady Tate, Ricky Lawson, Harvey Mason, Sr., Billy Hart, Dave Bailey, Jose (Bigorna) Carlos, Joao Palma, Paulo Ferreira, Tommy Williams Jr. (dr); Ivan Conte (synth, dr); Vince Lateano, Portinho (perc, dr); Airto Moreira, Armando Peraza, Rubens Bassini, Sonny Carr, Paulinho Da Costa, Ray Armondo, Jose Paulo, Steve Thornton, Willie Colón (perc); Tom Coster (perc, el-p); José Chepitó Areas (perc, timb); Poncho Sanchez (cga); David Romero (bgo); Ramon Banda (timb); Eumir Deodato (arr, cond, el-p); Marty Paich (arr, cond); Nic Moran (compilation, concept)


   1. Ran Kan Kan / Tito Puente
   2. Mais Que Nada / Sergio Mendes
   3. Watermelon Man / Mongo Santamaria
   4. Cantaloupe Island / Pucho And The Latin Soul Brothers
   5. Ponteio / Astrud Gilberto
   6. Vera Cruz / Stanley Turrentine
   7. Aguas De Marco / Stan Getz
   8. Bien Sabroso / Poncho Sanchez
   9. Ode To Cachao / Tito Puente
 10. Yatra-Tá / Tania Maria
 11. Samba De Sausalito / Santana
 12. Little Train (From Bachianas Brasileiras...) / George Benson
 13. Brazilian Love Affair / G. Duck
 14. Jazz Carnival / Azymuth
 15. Rain Forest / Jay Hoggard
 16. Come With Me / Tania Maria
 17. Smooth Operator / Mongo Santamaria
 18. Double Rainbow / Stan Getz
 19. Agua De Beber / Astrud Gilberto
 20. Favela / Antonio Carlos Jobim
 21. Wave / Oscar Peterson
 22. If You Want To Be A Lover / Luiz Henrique
 23. So Danço Samba / Luis Bonfá
 24. Tide / Antonio Carlos Jobim
 25. Samba Para Dos / Lalo Schifrin, Bob Brookmeyer
 26. Samba d'Orpheu / Paul Desmond
 27. Conceirto De Aranjuez / Jim Hall
     

Review: The three-disc box set titled 'The Bossa Nova Story' includes the Jazz Masters editions covering Astrud Gilberto, Antonio Carlos Jobim and Stan Getz (each available separately as well). It's practically impossible to imagine three better subjects with which to explore the rich field of bossa nova (especially since major pioneer Joo Gilberto appears on many tracks with Getz), but it's a bit of a shame that the one track most identified with bossa nova ? 'The Girl from Ipanema', taken from the Getz/Gilberto LP ? is present only in an inferior live version. That's not a huge problem for those who already have the track, but bossa fans may want to look elsewhere, perhaps to original sources like Getz/Gilberto itself, plus a good Astrud Gilberto album like The Silver Collection. Verve Jazz Masters: The Bossa Nova Story /
Astrud Gilberto, Antonio Carlos Jobim & Stan Getz

issues: UNI/VERVE ; November 3, 1998 CD POLYGRAM 557533 ;
1998 3 CD Box Set POLYGRAM 557533 (Japan).
This is a 3-disc box set featuring several of Verve's Bossa recording artists

CLAUS OGERMANN ORCHESTRA; GIL EVANS ORCHESTRA; AL COHN'S ORCHESTRA; JOHNNY COLES, NICK TRAVIS, DOC SEVERINSEN, STU WILLIAMSON, JOE FERRANTE, BERNIE GLOW (tp); MILTON BERNHART, BOB BROOKMEYER, JIMMY CLEVELAND, WILLIE DENNIS, URBIE GREEN (tb); TONY STUDD (b-tb); JERRY BROOKMEYER (v-tb); RAY ALONGE (fr-h); STAN GETZ (ts); JERRY SANFINO (fl); BUD SHANK, LEO WRIGHT (fl, as); EDDIE CAINE (alto-fl); DANILO CAYMMI (fl, voc); CLARK TERRY (fl-h); BABE CLARKE, WALTER LEVINSKY (cl); ROMEO PENQUE (b-cl); RAYMOND BECKENSTEIN (cl, fl); CHICK COREA, JOÃO DONATO, HANK JONES, STEVE KUHN (p); GIL EVANS (p, arr, cond); GARY BURTON (vib); WALTER WANDERLEY (org); ANTONIO CARLOS JOBIM (g, p, voc); PAULA MORELENBAUM (arr, voc); ASTRUD GILBERTO, ANA LONTRA JOBIM, MAUCHA ADNET, ELIS REGINA, ELIZABETH JOBIM, SIMONE CAYMMI, MARIA TOLEDO (voc); JOÃO GILBERTO, PAUL JOBIM (g, voc); CÉSAR CAMARGO MARIANO (keyb, p, arr); JACQUES MORELENBAUM (cello); GENE BYRD (b, g); LAURINDO ALMEIDA, LUIZ BONFÁ, CHARLIE BYRD, KENNY BURRELL, HELIO DELMIRO, OSCAR CASTRO-NEVES, JIM HALL (g); KETER BETTS, RON CARTER, GEORGE DUVIVIER, GENE CHERICO, JOSE MARINO, DON PAYNE, TOMMY WILLIAMS, SEBASTIAN NETO, LUIZAO MAIA, JOE MONDRAGON (b); DAVE BAILEY, MILTON BANANA, CLAUDIO SLON, GRADY TATE, JOHHNY RAE, HELCIO MILITO, PAULO FERREIRA, BUDDY DEPPENSCHMIDT, JOE HUNT, BILL REICHENBACH (dr); PAULINHO BRAGA, JOSE (BIGORNA) CARLOS (dr, perc); OHANA BRAGA, BOBBY ROSENGARDEN, JOSE SOOREZ, EDISON MACHADO, LUIS PARGA (perc); JOSE PAULO (perc, tamb); CARMEN COSTA (cga); MARTY PAICH (arr, cond., perf.); AL COHN, DON SEBESKY, GARY McFARLAND, CLAUS OGERMANN (arr, cond); BILL HITCHCOCK (cond)
     

Disc 1  Antonio Carlos Jobim
  1. Vivo Sonhando
(Dreamer)
  2. Garota De Ipanema
      (The Girl From Ipanema)
  3. Once Upon A Summertime
  4. Felicidade
  5. Certain Sadness
  6. Agua De Beber
  7. Frevo
  8. Corcovado

      (Quiet Nights Of Quiet Stars)
  9. Dindi
10. Look To The Rainbow
11. Day By Day
12. Shadow Of Your Smil
13. Aruanda
(Take Me To Aruanda)
14. Gentle Rain
15. Tristeza
(Goodbye Sadness)
16. Berimbau

(Jobim/Lees)
(DeMoraes/G/J)

(Barclay/L/M)
(Jobim)
(Court/Lyra)
(Jobim)
(Jobim)
(Jobim/Lees)

(De Oliveria/G/J)
(Harburg/Lane)
(Cahn/S/W)
(Mandel /Webster)
(Gimbel/L/V)
(Bonfà/Dubey)
(Gimbel/L/N)
(DeMoraes/Powell)
Disc 2  Astrud Gilberto
  1. Corcovado
  2. Vivo Sonhando
  3. So Dano Samba
  4. Desafinado
  5. Aguas De Maro

      (Waters of March)
  6. O Grande Amor
  7. Agua De Beber
  8. Chovendo Na Roseira
  9. O Morro No Tem Vez
10. Fascinating Rhythm
11. Insensatez
12. Intil Paisagem

      (Useless Landscape)
13. O Morro No Tem Vez
14. Por Toda A Minha Vida
15. Triste
16. Borzeguim

(Jobim)
(Jobim/Lees)
(DeMoraes/Jobim)
(Jobim/L/M)
(Jobim)

(DeMoraes/Jobim)
(DeMoraes/Jobim)
(Jobim/Lees)
(DeMoraes/Jobim)
(G. & I. Gershwin)
(DeMoraes/Jobim)
(Jobim)

(DeMoraes/Jobim)
(DeMoraes/Jobim)
(Jobim)
(Jobim)
Disc 3  Stan Getz
  1. Corcovado

      (Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars)
  2. Menina Moca (Young Lady)
  3. So Danço Samba
      (I Only Dance Samba)
  4. Manha De Carnaval
     
(Morning Of The Carnival)
  5. Voc E Eu
  6. One Note Samba
  7. Doralice
  8. Insensatez
(How Insensitive)
  9. Chega De Saudade
      (No More Blues)
10. Only Trust Your Heart
11. O Grande Amor
12. Winter Moon
13. Menina Flor
14. Samba Triste
15. Desafinado
16. The Girl From Ipanema

(Jobim/Lees)

(DeMoraes/Jobim)
(Bonfá)

(DeMoraes/Lyra)

(Jobim/Mendonca)
(Almeida/Caymmi)
(Jobim)
(DeMoraes/Jobim)
(Cahn/Carter)

(DeMoraes/Jobim)
(Almeida)
(Bonfá/Toledo)
(Blanco/Powell)
(Jobim/Mendonca)
(DeMoraes/Jobim)
(DeMoraes/G/J)
           

  Master Class / Hank Jones, Red Garland
recorded: Jan. 1977 (Disc 1 #1-8), Jan. 1978 (#9-15), 1978 (Disc 1 #1-6, Disc 2)
issues: 1999, 2 CD CAMDEN 74321 610832 ; February 15, 1999 ARIS/BMG (UK)

Disc 1: #1-8: HANK JONES (p), GEORGE DUVIVIER (b), BEN RILEY (dr).
#9-15: HANK JONES (p), SAM JONES (b), MICKEY ROKER (dr), THAD JONES (cor), CHARLIE ROUSE (ts);
Disc 2: #1-6: RED GARLAND (p), SAM JONES (b), AL FOSTER (dr). #7-12: RED GARLAND (p), LEO WRIGHT (as), CHRIS AMBERGER (b), EDDIE MOORE (dr)


Disc 1
  1. Yard Bird Suite
  2. Confirmation
  3. Ruby My Dear
  4. Relaxin' With Lee
  5. Bloomdido
  6. 'Round Midnight
  7. Moose The Mooche
  8. Monk's Mood
  9. Algo Bueno
10. Anthropology
11. Sippin' At Bells
12. Blue Monk
13. Groovin' High
14. I Mean You
15. Jackie-ing
Disc 2
  1. It's All Right With Me
  2. You'd Better Go Know
  3. On A Clear Day
  4. Going Home
  5. The Second Time Around
  6. I Wish I Knew
  7. Will You Still Be Mine
  8. Please Send Me Someone To Love
  9. Bye Bye Blackbird
10. Body And Soul
11. Bag's Groove
12. I Left My Heart In San Francisco
     

  A Trip To Brazil: 40 Years Of Bossa Nova / Various Artists
issues: 1998 CD MOTOR MUSIC ; December 20, 1999 CD UNIVERSAL 5454751

Antonio Carlos Jobim (arr, bckgr voc); Gary McFarland (arr, voc, vib); Carlos Castilho (arr, voc), Os Gatos, Os Namorados (performer); John Eckert, Pedro Paulo, Marvin Stamm, Wagner, Joe Shepley (tp); Paul Faulise, Wayne Andre, Bill Watrous, Raul DeSouza, Urbie Green, Chauncey Welsch, Kai Winding, Jimmy Cleveland (tb); Paul Desmond, Sadao Watanabe, Paulo Moura, Jorginho (as); Sandoval (ts); Gerry Mulligan (bar-s); Ray Alonge, Tony Miranda (fr-h); Seldon Powell, Copinha, George Marge, Herbert Laws (fl); Romeo Penque (b-fl); Jerome Richardson (fl, overdubs); Leo Wright (fl); Raoul Poliakin (v); Emanuel Vardi (viola); George Ricci (cello); Edison Machado (strings, dr, h); Lalo Schifrin, Sergio Mendes, Eumir Deodato, João Donato, Severino Filho (p, arr); Herbie Hancock, Oscar Peterson, Jota Moraes, Dick Farney, Luís Carlos Vinhas, Dom Salvador, Bobby Scott (p); Chico Spider (keyb); Walter Wanderley (org); Sivuca (acc); Astrud Gilberto, Elis Regina, Cynara, Sylvia Telles, Aloysio de Oliveria, Gracinha Leporace, Lúcio Alves, Elizeth Cardoso, Ithamara Koorax, Márcia, Nara Leão (voc); Walter Santos (bckgr voc); João Gilberto, Carlos Lyra, Caetano Veloso, Marcos Valle, Luiz Henrique (g, voc); Edú Lobo (g, arr, voc); Gene Byrd (rhythm g ); Baden Powell (g, arr); Luiz Bonfá, Joe Beck, Charlie Byrd, Roberto Menescal, Oscar Castro-Neves, Helio Delmiro, Durval Ferreira, Luis Brasil (g); Walter Branco (el-g); George Duvivier, Sergio Barroso, Keter Betts, Ray Brown, Bill Dickinson, Zeca Assumpcao, Jim Hughart, Luiz Marinho, Jose Marino, Sebastian Neto, Don Payne, Sam Jones, Dorio Ferreira, Ron Carter (b); Bebeto (b, fl, voc); Jim Keltner, Airto Moreira, Milton Banana, Chico Batera, Paulinho Braga, Rudy Collins, Joe Correro, Wilson Das Neves, Buddy Deppenschmidt, Sol Gubin, Grady Tate, Bill Reichenbach, Claudio Sion, Marcelo Costa, Ohana (dr); Helcio Milito (dr, voc); Joao Palma (perc, dr); Alfredo Bessa, Willie Bobo, Sidney Moreira, Bobby Rosengarden, Michito Sanchez, Jack Del Rio, Laudir Soares DeOliveria, Mingo Araujo (perc); Rubens Bassini (perc, cga); Ray Barretto, Jorge Arena (cga); Arnaldo DeSouteiro (perc, prod, compilation, annotation); Quincy Jones (arr, cond); Don Sebesky, Clare Fischer, Jacques Morelenbaum (arr);
     
  1. Eu Quero Um Samba / Os Namorados
  2. Chega De Saudade / Elizeth Cardoso
  3. Outra Vez / Joao Donato
  4. O Barquinho / Tamba Trio
  5. Batida Diferente / Sergio Mendes Trio, Herbert Laws
  6. Samba De Uma Nota So / Sylvia Tellers
  7. Balancamba / Roberto Menescal
  8. Rio / Lucio Alves
  9. Telefone / Dom Um Romao
10. Influencia Do Jazz / Carlos Lyra
11. Silk Stop / Os Gatos
12. Upa, Neguinho / Edu Lobo
13. Canto de Ossanha / Baden Powell
14. Nana / Quarteto Em Cy
15. Lamento No Morro /  Nara Leão, Tamba Quarteto
16. Samba da Pergunta / Os Cariocas
17. Pensativa / Luiz Carlos Vinhas
18. Mas, Que Nada / Tamba Trio
19. Desafinado / Getz, Stan / Charlie Byrd
20. Corcovado / Antonio Carlos Jobim
21. Dorme Profundo / Marcia
22. Soul Bossa Nova / Quincy Jones
23. Insensatez / Farney, Dick / Gaya
24. Tania / Meirelles E Os Copa
25. Samba De Orfeu / Luiz Bonfá, Ithamara Koorax
  26. Voce Esteve Com Meu Bem? /  Caetano Veloso
27. The Girl From Ipanema / João Gilberto, Astrud Gilberto, S. Getz
28. Manha De Carnaval / Luiz Bonfá
29. Triste / Antonio Carlos Jobim
30. Surfboard / Eumir Deodato
31. Fotografia /  Nara Leão, Antonio Carlos Jobim
32. Minha Saudade / João Donato
33. Ela E Carioca / Sergio Mendes, Bossa Rio
34. Crickets Sing For Anamaria / M. Valle
35. Preciso Aprender A Ser So / Meirelles, Os Copa
36. So Danco Samba / Roberto Menescal
37. On My Mind / Astrud Gilberto
38. Summer Samba (Samba de Verão) / Walter Wanderley
39. Know It All / Wes Montgomery
40. Wave / Oscar Peterson
41. Non-Stop To Brazil / Quincy Jones
42. Samba With Some Barbecue /  Paul Desmond
43. The Gentle Rain / Astrud Gilberto
44. Weekend / Tamba 4
45. A Trio To Brazil / Luiz Henrique
46. I Want To Hold Your Hand /  Gary Mc Farland, Antonio Carlos Jobim
47. To Say Goodbye / Edu Lobo
48. Aguas De Marco /  Elis Regina, Antonio Carlos Jobim
49. Meu Mundo E Uma Bola /  Pele, Sergio Mendes, Gerry Mulligan
50. Eu Sambo Mesmo / João Gilberto
     

Review: This is basically a Charlie Parker album that Miles Davis plays on, largely consisting of old Dial masters. Only on the August 1947 session is Davis listed as leader - the date which produced 'Little Willie Leaps', 'Sippin' at Bell's', 'Half Nelson' and the title track. Although these are some of Parker's best - and some of jazz's greatest early bop sides, chances are you should check your collection to make sure you don't already have these tracks on another compilation. Milestones / Miles Davis
issued: August or November, 1999 CD GIANTS OF JAZZ (Ita) 53306 ;
UPC: 800488330626

MILES DAVIS, DIZZY GILLESPIE, LOUIS ARMSTRONG, ROY ELDRIDGE, SONNY COHN, NORMAN KEENAN, GEORGE MINGER, CAT ANDERSON, PAUL COHEN, WAYMON REED (tp); CLARK TERRY (fl-h, tp); RAY NANCE (tp, v); NAT ADDERLEY (cornet); AL GREY,  BILL HUGH, QUENTIN JACKSON, JOHN SANDERS, BRITT WOODMAN, MEL WANZO, JOHN WATSON, TRUMMY YOUNG (tb); PAUL GONSALVES, CHARLIE ROUSE, JIMMY HAMILTON (ts); CANNONBALL ADDERLEY, RUSSELL PROCOPE (as); LEO WRIGHT (as, fl); EDDIE "LOCKJAW" DAVIS, CURTIS PEAGLER, BOBBY PLATER, ERIC DIXON, EDDIE "CLEANHEAD" VINSON, J. C. WILLIAMS (sax); HARRY CARNEY (bar-s, cl); JOE DARENSBOURG (cl); DUKE ELLINGTON, COUNT BASIE, BILLY KYLE, OSCAR PETERSON, LALO SCHIFRIN, J. C. WILLIAMS THELONIOUS MONK (p); JIMMY SMITH (org); FREDDIE GREEN, QUENTIN WARREN (g); ART DAVIS, SAM JONES, JIMMY WOODE, LARRY GALES, BILLY CRONK, VICTOR GASKIN (b); BILLY HART, LOUIS HAYES, BEN RILEY, SAM WOODYARD, DANNY BARCELONA (dr); HAROLD JONES, CHUCK LAMPKIN, ROY MC CURDY (perc)


  1. Tin Tin Deo
  2. Alone Together
  3. Manteca
  4. Ooh-Shoo-Be-Doo-Bee
  5. Groovin' High
  6. Birks Works
  7. School Days
  8. I Can't Get Started
  9. They Can't Take That Away From Me
10. There Is No Greater Love
11. Oh Lady Be Good
12. Mooche
13. Billie's Bounce
14. Night In Tunisia
15. Ornithology
16. Yardbird Suite
17. Moose The Mooche
18. Dexterity
19. Scrapple From The Apple
20. Klactoveedsedstene
21. Crazeology
22. Quasimodo












(Parker)
(Gillespie/Paparelli)
(Benny/Harris)
(Parker)
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(     "     )
(     "     )
(     "     )
(Benny/Harris)
(Parker)
     


MALACO JAZZ CLASSICS MJD-1791

2 CD Set
Paris Jazz Concert / Dizzy Gillespie
recorded: November 25, 1960, live at Salle Pleyel, Paris (CD1),
November 24, 1965 live at The Olympia, Paris (CD 2)
issued: 199?, 2 CD´s ; CD 2 also on MALACO JAZZ CLASSICS MJD-1791

DIZZY GILLESPIE (tp); LEO WRIGHT (as, fl - CD1) ; JAMES MOODY (ts, fl - CD2); LALO SCHIFRIN (p - CD1); KENNY BARRON (p - CD2); ART DAVIS (b - CD1); CHRISTOPHER WHITE (b - CD2); CHUCK LAMPKIN (dr - CD1); RUDY COLLINS (dr - CD2)


CD 1
  The Gillespiana Suite
  - 1. Prelude
  - 2. Blues
  - 3. Panamericana
  - 4. Africana
  - 5. Toccata
  6. Caravan
  7. Coda
CD 2
  1. One Note Samba
  2. Con Alma
  3. Umh, Umh
  4. Tin Tin Deo
  5. Oh Joe
  6. Chega De Saudade
     

Review: Malaco's Masters of Jazz Sampler is a nifty look at some of jazz's best-known melodies; while it's by no means an attempt to survey all of 'jazz's greatest hits', casual jazz fans will at least have heard of most of these tunes, and will undoubtedly recognize more than a few upon hearing them. Two of Louis Armstrong's best-known hits, 'Mack The Knife' and 'A Kiss to Build a Dream On', are here; Duke Ellington is well represented too, with two tracks of his own ('Take The 'A' Train' and 'Sophisticated Lady'), as well as an Oscar Peterson version of 'Satin Doll'. Meanwhile, Cannonball Adderley performs his jazz-funk hits 'Mercy, Mercy, Mercy' and 'The Work Song', and Thelonious Monk plays his oft-covered 'Epistrophy'. Overall, it's a good basic sampler for casual jazz fans. Paris Jazz Concerts - Masters Of Jazz Sampler / Various Artists
recorded live by Europe 1
issued: August 10, 1999 MALACO/JAZZ CLASSICS 1209

MILES DAVIS (tp); DIZZY GILLESPIE (p, tp); BILL TAMPER (tb); CHARLIE PARKER, LEO WRIGHT, BILL GRAHAM (as); LUCKY THOMPSON (ts); DUKE JORDAN, WADE LEGGE, JOHN LEWIS, BUD POWELL, LALO SCHIFRIN, HUBERT FOL (p); NELSON BOYD, BOB CUNNINGHAM, VIC McMILLAN, PIERRE MICHELOT, TOMMY POTTER, LOU HACKNEY (b); AL JONES, PIERRE LEMARCHAND, MEL LEWIS. ROY PORTER, MAX ROACH (dr); J. J. JOHNSON (contributor)


  1. Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf ? / Jimmy Smith
  2. Kiss To Build A Dream On / Louis Armstrong
  3. Mack The Knife / Louis Armstrong
  4. I Concentrate On You / Oscar Peterson
  5. From This Moment On / Count Basie
  6. Prelude from Gillespiana Suite / Dizzy Gillespie
  7. Take The "A" Train / Duke Ellington
  8. Mercy, Mercy, Mercy / Cannonball Adderley
  9. Epistrophy / Thelonious Monk
10. Sophisticated Lady / Duke Ellington
11. Satin Doll / Oscar Peterson
12. Work Song / Cannonball Adderley
(Kirkpatrick)
(Hammerstein/K/R)
(Brecht/Weill)
(DeSylva/H/P)
(Porter)
(Schifrin)
(Strayhorn)
(Zawinul)
(Clarke/Monk)
(Ellington/M/P)
(Ellington/M/S)
(Adderley)
     

Review: Blue Note Records hit its creative peak in the late '60s, a time when jazz was being flooded with influences from across the musical spectrum and around the world. Blue 'n Groovy 2 captured the crackling energy of this time, and shows the funk, soul, and Latin infused grooves of artists like The Jazz Messengers, McCoy Tyner, Lee Morgan and Art Pepper. Blue 'N' Groovy, Vol. 2 - Mostly Modal / Various Artists
issued: February 9 or September 2, 1999 CD BLUE NOTE 57745

Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers; BLUE MITCHELL, DIZZY REECE, JACK SHELDON (tp); SLIDE HAMPTON (tb); STANLEY TURRENTINE, DON WILKERSON, HANK MOBLEY, FRANK MITCHELL, JOE HENDERSON (ts); WAYNE SHORTER (ss, ts); PEPPER ADAMS (bar-s); JACKIE MAC LEAN, ART PEPPER, GARY BARTZ, SONNY RED, LEO WRIGHT, JAMES SPAULDING (as); DONALS BYRD (tp, ts); LEE MORGAN (p, tp); DUKE PEARSON, MC COY TYNER, CEDAR WALTON, BOBBY TIMMONS,HERBIE HANCOCK, JOHNNY ACEA, RUSS FREEMAN, WALTER DAVIS, JR., VINCE BENEDETTI (p); GRANT GREEN (g); ALICE COLTRANE (harp); RON CARTER, BOB CRANSHAW, WALTER BOOKER, GENE TAYLOR, JYMIE MERRITT, PAUL CHAMBERS, VICTOR SPROLES, ALBY CULLAZ, LLOYD TROTMAN, LEROY VINNEGAR (b); BILLY HIGGINS,ELVIN JONES, ROY BROOKS, PHILLY JOE JONES, PETE LaROCA, SHELLY MANNE, FREDDIE WAITS, ART BLAKEY, WILLIE BOBO, MICKEY ROKER (dr)


  1. Flip
  2. And Satisfy
  3. Dixie Lee
  4. Greasy
  5. Little Busy
  6. Mambo De La Pinta
  7. Mamacita
  8. Senorita Eula
  9. Afreaka
10. Wahoo
11. Message From The Nile
(Mobley)
(Bright)
(Byrd)
(Davis)
(Timmons)
(Pepper)
(Henderson)
(Wilkerson)
(Walton)
(Pearson)
(Tyner)
     

  Milestones In Jazz / Art Blakey, Miles Davis & Dizzy Gillespie
issued: September 14, 1999 3 CD Box Set DRIVE 3537 DRV2

Art Blakey - Blues March
ART BLAKEY (dr); LEE MORGAN (tp); WAYNE SHORTER (ts); BOBBY TIMMONS (p); JYMIE MERRITT (b)

Miles Davis - Milestones in Jazz  recorded: 1947 and 1949 in NYC
MILES DAVIS (tp); LEE KONITZ, CHARLIE PARKER (as); GERRY MULLIGAN (bar-s);  JUNIOR COLLINS, SANDY SEIGELSTEIN (fl-h); J.J. JOHNSON, KAI WINDING (tb); JOHN BARBER (tu); AL HAIG, JOHN LEWIS (p); LOU HACKNEY, NELSON BOYD, JOHN SHULMAN (b); MAX ROACH, KENNY CLARKE (dr)

Dizzy Gillespie - Groovin' High  recorded: 1952 and 1961
DIZZY GILLESPIE (voc, tp); LEO WRIGHT (as, fl); BILL GRAHAM (as); BILL TAMPER (tb); WADE LEGGE, LALO SCHIFRIN, HUBERT FOL (p); LOU HACKNEY, PIERRE MICHELOT, BOB CUNNINGHAM (b); AL JONES, PIERRE LEMARCHAND, MEL LEWIS (dr)


Disc 1  Art Blakey
  1. The Summit  (Shorter)
  2. Along Came Betty (Golson)
  3. Lester Left Town (Shorter)
  4. Blues March (Golson)
  5. Nellie Bly (Shorter)
  6. It's Only A Paper Moon

Disc 3  Dizzy Gillespie
  1. Tin Tin Deo
  2. Alone Together
  3. Manteca
  4. Ooh-Shoo-Be-Doo-Bee
  5. Groovin' High
  6. Birks Works
  7. School Days
  8. I Can't Get Started
  9. They Can't Take That Away
      From Me
(G. & I. Gershwin)
10. There Is No Greater Love 
        (Jones/Symes)
11. Lady Be Good  (G. & I. Gershwin)
12. The Mooche  (Ellington)
Disc 2  Miles Davis
  1. Move  (Best/Walsh)
  2. Budo  (Wallington)
  3. Godchild
  4. Jeru 
(Mulligan)
  5. Venus De Milo  (Mulligan)
  6. Bop City  (Davis/Evans)
  7. Israel   (Carisi)
  8. Rouge   (Lewis)
  9. Milestones    (Davis/Davis)
10. Little Willie Leaps 
        (Davis/Davis)
11. Half Nelson   (Davis/Davis)
12. Sippin' At Bell's  (Davis)
13. Another Hair Do  (Parker)
14. Blue Bird  (Parker)
15. Klaunstance
16. Bird Gets The Worm
(Parker)
     

  Groovin' High / Dizzy Gillespie
issues: 1995, LP DRIVE ARCHIVE 41018 (NL) ;
1994 or November 16, 1999 CD & CS DRIVE ARCHIVE 41018

CHARLIE PARKER (as); DON BYAS (ts); COZY COLE; LEO WRIGHT (fl, as)


  1. Night And Day
  2. The Man I Love
  3. When It's Sleepy Time Down South
  4. Sweet And Lovely
  5. My Old Flame
  6. Jealousie
  7. Blue And Sentimental
  8. Pennies From Heaven
  9. The Very Thought Of You
10. Blue Moon
11. Groovin' High
12. All The Things You Are
 
     

Review: These are sides cut by Dizzy's short-lived big band, a noble experiment that produced some exciting music during its brief existence. Tracks like 'Alone Together', 'Manteca' (with legendary percussionist Pozo), 'I Can't Get Started', and 'Tin Tin Deo' catch Gillespie orchestrating his sound in ways both innovative and elegant, yet raw and swinging. 'Lady Be Good', 'Long Long Summer', 'No Greater Love', 'The Mooche', and the title track are all live from various radio airchecks, and some sound quite battered. Not essential Diz, but not awful, either. Night In Tunisia (live) / Dizzy Gillespie Big Band
issued: December 1, 1999 CD EARLY BIRD 1007 (Collectors Series)

  1. I Can't Get Started
  2. Manteca
  3. Alone Together
  4. Tin Tin Deo
  5. They Can't Take That Away From Me
  6. Lady Be Good
  7. Long Long Summer
  8. No Greater Love
  9. The Mooche
10. Night In Tunisia




(Gershwin/Gershwin)
(Gershwin/Gershwin)
(Schifrin/Schifrin)

(Ellington)
(Gillespie/Paparelli)
     

    Complete Bluebird - Musicraft Recordings & The Pleyel Concert /
Dizzy Gillespie

issued: 1999 ALGO BUENO - 2 CD Set DEFINITIVE RECORDS 11138
     
  1. Ow!
  2. Oop-Pop-A-Da
  3. Two Bass Hit
  4. Saty On It
  5. Algo Bueno
(Woody'n You)
  6. Cool Breeze
  7. Cubana Be
  8. Cubana Bop
  9. Ool-Ya-Koo
10. Minor Walk
11. Manteca
12. Good Bait
13. Guarachi Guaro
14. Lover, Come Back To Me
15. Swedish Suite
16. I Should Care
(Gillespie)

(Gillespie/Lewis)



(Gillespie)
(Gillespie)
(Fuller/Gillespie)
(Garner/Gillespie)


(Gillespie/Pozo)
(Hammerstein/Romberg)
(Fuller)
(Cahn/Stordahl/Weston)
17. That Old Black Magic
18. Jump Did-Le Ba
19. If Love Is Trouble
20. In The Land Of Oo-Bla-Dee
21. Duff Capers
22. St. Louis Blues
23. You Go To My Head
24. Dizzier And Dizzier
25. Hey Pete! Let's Eat More Meat
26. Our Delight
27. Good Dues Blues
28. One Bass Hit, No. 2
29. Ray's Idea
30. Things To Come
31. He Beeped When He Should
      Have Bopped
(Arlen/Mercer)
(Gillespie)
(Handy/Segal)
(Orent/Williams)
(Garner/Gillespie)
(Handy)
(Coots/Gillespie)
(Basie/Wilson)



(Fuller/Gillespie)



32. I Waited For You
33. Emanon
34. He Beeped When He Should Have Bopped
35. I'm Be Boppin' Too
36. Jumpin' With Symphony Sid
37. Oop-Pop-A-Da
38. 'Round About Midnight
39. Algo Bueno
(Woody'n You)
40. I Can't Get Started
41. Two Bass Hit
42. Good Bait
43. Afro-Cuban Suite
44. Ool-Ya-Koo
45. Things To Come




(Gillespie)
(Young)

(Hanighen/Monk/Williams)


(Gillespie/Lewis)


(Fuller/Gillespie)
           

  Kenny Burrell [Giants of Jazz]
recorded: 1956 - 1962
issued: December 7, 1999 CD GIANTS OF JAZZ (Italy) 53245<
contains a 4-page booklet of biographical notes

KENNY BURRELL (g); LOUIS SMITH, EDDIE BERT (tb); LEO WRIGHT (as); JOHN COLTRANE, TINA BROOKS, ILLINOIS JACQUET, JUNIOR COOK (ts); CECIL PAYNE (bar-s); FRANK WESS (fl); DUKE JORDAN, HANK JONES, TOMMY FLANAGAN, BOBBY TIMMONS (p); JACK McDUFF (org); FREDDIE GREEN (g); SAM JONES, MAJOR HOLLEY, DOUG WATKINS, GEORGE DUVIVIER, EDDIE JONES, PAUL CHAMBERS, BEN TUCKER (b); ART BLAKEY, JOE DUKES, JIMMY CRAWFORD, ELVIN JONES, LOUIS HAYES, KENNY CLARKE, GUS JOHNSON, JIMMY COBB, OSIE JOHNSON, ART BLAKEY (dr)


  1. I Never Knew
  2. Moten Swing
  3. Mood Indigo
  4. Drum Boogie
  5. Bluesin' Around
  6. Monday Stroll
  7. Freight Trane
  8. The Switch
  9. Over The Rainbow
10. Don't Cry Baby
11. Oh Lady Be Good
(Fiorito/Gus Kahn)
(Benny Moten)
(Duke Ellington/Irving Mills/Barney Bigard)
(Gene Krupa/Roy Eldridge)
(Kenny Burrell)
(Frank Wess)
(Tommy Flanagan)
(Kenny Burrell)
(Oscar Hammerstein/Jerome Kern)
(Arthur Johnson/Unger/Ben Bernie)
(George Gershwin)
     
#1 rec.: May 14, 1958 in Manhattan. KENNY BURRELL (g); LOUIS SMITH (tb); TINA
     BROOKS, JUNIOR COOK (ts); DUKE JORDAN (p); SAM JONES (b); ART
     BLAKEY (dr). Burrell leads a very coherent jam session in the studio with a
     particularly strong cast. 'I Never Knew' has excellent playing all round. At that point
     in time, Cook and Brooks had similar sounds. The solo star is trumpeter Louis
     Smith, who fell into obscurity after a few notable appearances on Blue Note, as
     here, on this 5 star CD. He was one of  the finest of the Clifford Brown-influenced
     players of the period and deserves much greater recognition. 'I Never Knew' is
     recommended to hard-bop collectors.
#2 rec.: April 30, 1962 in NYC. KENNY BURRELL (g); LEO WRIGHT (as); JACK
     MCDUFF (org); JOE DUKES (dr). The results on this straightahead music, taken
     from the Columbia LP 'Bluesin' Around', are superb. Altogether an unmissable CD.
#3 rec.: Nov. 29, 1961 in NYC. KENNY BURRELL (g); ILLINOIS JACQUET (ts); HANK
     JONES (p); MAJOR HOLLEY (b); JIMMY CRAWFORD (dr).
#4,10 rec.: Feb. 1957 in Hackensack/New Jersey. KENNY BURRELL (g); CECIL
     PAYNE(bar-s); TOMMY FLANAGAN (p); DOUG WATKINS (b); ELVIN JONES
     (dr). Guitarist Kenny Burrell, 25 at the time, is heard here during one of his
     earliersessions, playing in his already recognizable straightahead style, with a fine
     swinging quintet. Both these  tunes are enjoyable music.
#5 rec.: March 6, 1962 in NYC. KENNY BURRELL (g); EDDIE BERT (tb); HANK
     JONES (p); GEORGE DUVIVIER (b); LOUIS HAYES (dr).
  #6 rec.: Dec. 17, 1956 & January 5, 1957 in Hackensack. KENNY BURRELL (g);
     FRANKWESS (fl); FREDDIE GREEN (rhythm-g); EDDIE JONES (b); GUS
     JOHNSON (dr on #6); KENNY CLARKE (dr on #9). Although the original LP,
     'Monday Stroll' was reissued under Kenny Burrell's name, it was originally led by
     Frank Wess, who is heard doubling on flute & tenor. Wess is in excellent form on a
     set very reminiscent (not too surprisingly considering the personnel) of the Count
     Basie band. This is a fine straightforward date, with Wes' flute taking solo honours
     on #9.
#7 rec.: March 7, 1958 in Hackensack. KENNY BURRELL (g); JOHN COLTRANE
     (ts); TOMMY FLANAGAN (p); PAUL CHAMBERS (b); JIMMY COBB (dr). John
     Coltrane recorded many interesting jam session-type dates in the 1950s. This
     match-up with guitarist Kenny Burrell finds the group stretching out on Flanagan's '
     Freight Trane'. Overall, the music is excellent for the time period, with Coltrane
     displaying some ofhis sheets of sound and Burrell sounding inspired by 'Trane's
     presence.
#8 rec.: Nov. 21, 1961 in NYC. same as #3 but OSIE JOHNSON replaces JIMMY
     CRAWFORD on dr.
#11 rec.: Aug. 25, 1959. KENNY BURRELL (g); TINA BROOKS (ts); BOBBY
       TIMMONS (p); BEN TUCKER (b); ART BLAKEY (dr). This likeable live track has a
       strong supporting cast. The swinging version of  'Lady Be Good' is quite
       mainstream for theperiod and predictably excellent.
 
       

Groovin' High [Jazz Hour] / Dizzy Gillespie
issued: March 1, 2000 JAZZ HOUR [Q'TON] 73550

DIZZY GILLESPIE (tp); LALO SCHIFRIN, RAYMOND FOL, WADE LEGGE (p); DON BYAS (ts); HUBERT FOL (as); LEO WRIGHT (as, fl); BILL GRAHAM (bar-s); BILL TAMPER (tb); BOB CUNNINGHAM, PIERRE MICHELOT, LOU HACKNEY (b); MEL LEWIS, PIERRE LEMARCHAND, AL JONES (dr)


  1. Tin Tin Deo
  2. Alone Together
  3. Manteca<
  4. Ooh-Shoo-Be-Doo-Bee
  5. Groovin' High
  6. Birk's Works
  7. School Days
  8. I Can't Get Started
  9. They Can't Take That Away From Me
10. There Is No Greater Love
11. Oh Lady Be Good
12. The Mooche
(Gillespie)
(Schwartz)
(Gillespie)
(Gillespie)
(Gillespie)
(Gillespie)
(Cobb/Edwards)
(Duke/Gershwin)
(Gershwin)
(Jones/Symes)
(Gershwin)
(Ellington)
     




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