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Playlist for JAZZ TRAIN with Paddy Haughton – 4th September 2017

Playlist for JAZZ TRAIN with Paddy Haughton – 4th September 2017 – From my vinyl collection

Artist –         Title –              Album –       Label –         Recorded / Released

 

  1. Dizzy Gillespie – “Intro” – Dizzy Digs Paris – Salle Pleyel, Paris 1953 – Disques Vogue LP

French MC & Dizzy Gillespie – tpt

 

  1. Dizzy Gillespie – “The Champ” – Dizzy Digs Paris – Salle Pleyel, Paris 1953 – Disques Vogue LP

Dizzy Gillespie – tpt & voc / Bill Graham – bar / Wade Legge – pno / Lou Hackney – bs / Al Jones – dms / Joe Carroll – voc

 

  1. Charlie Ventura – “How High The Moon” – Pasadena Concert (1949) – Disques Vogue 1975

Charlie Ventura – tnr / Conte Candoli – tpt / Benny Green – tmb / “Boots” Mussulli – alto / Roy Kral – pno / Kenny O’Brien – bs / Ed Shaughnessy – dms /

 

  1. Thelonious Monk – “Rhythm-a-ning / Epistrophy Theme” – Thelonious In Action (1958) –

Thelonious Monk – pno / Johnny Griffin – tnr / Ahmed-Abdul Malik – bs / Roy Haynes – dms

 

  1. Oscar Peterson – “Blue Moon” – Oscar Peterson Plays Pretty – Columbia (10” LP) 1952

Oscar Peterson – pno / Irving Ashby – gtr / Ray Brown – bs

 

  1. Wild Bill Davison – “Ghost of a Chance” – With Freddy Randall & His Band – World Record Club 1966

Wild Bill Davison – crnt / Freddy Randall – tpt / George Chisholm – tmb / Bruce Turner – clt, alto / Lennie Felix – pno / Dave Markee – bs / Tony Allen – dms / Ronnie Gleaves – vbs

 

  1. Dizzy Gillespie – “Manteca” – Dizzy Gillespie : The Source – America Records (Paris) 1973

Dizzy Gillespie – tpt / Kenny Drew – pno / Johnny Griffin – tnr / Neils-Henning O Pedersen – bs / Kenny Clarke – dms / Humberto Canto – tumbas

  1. Cannonball Adderley – “Bohemia After Dark” – The Cannonball Adderley Quintet in San Francisco – Riverside 1959

Cannonball Adderley – alto / Nat Adderley – crnt / Bobby Timmons – pno / Sam Jones – bs / Louis Hayes – dms

 

  1. Lionel Hampton – “Hamp Swings The Bells” – Hampton Special – Columbia 1956 / Le Jazz en France 1983

Lionel Hampton – vbs / Guy Lafitte – tnr / Claude Bolling – pno / Billy Mackel – gtr / Paul Rovere – bs / Curly Hammer – dms

 

  1. Esquire All Stars – “Flying Home” – Esquire All Stars In Concert 1944 – Amiga Jazz 1981

Lionel Hampton – vbs / band includes L Armstrong, C Hawkins, R Eldridge, B. Bigard, A Tatum, Al Casey, O Pettiford, S Catlett.

 

  1. Sidney Bechet / Teddy Buckner – “Souvenir de la Nouvelle Orleans” – Bravo! Bechet Buckner – Disques Vogues – 1958

Sidney Bechet – sop / Teddy Buckner – tpt / Christian Guerin – tmb / Eddie Bernard – pno / Roland Bianchini – bs / Kansas Fields – dms

 

  1. Teddy Buckner & His Dixieland Band – “Martinique” – Gene Norman Presents – Mode Disques / Vogue 1955

Teddy Buckner – tpt / William Woodman Sr. – tmb / Joe Darensbourg – clt, sop / Harvey Brooks – pno / Arthur Edwards – bs / Jesse Sailes – dms

 

  1. Sidney Bechet / Claude Luter – “Le Marchand de Poissons” – Bechet, Luter Jubilee – Disques Vogue 1956

Sidney Bechet – sop with Claude Luter – clt et son Orchestre

 

  1. Ruby Braff – “Ad Lib Blues” – Hustlin’ and Bustlin’ (1954) – Black Lion 1988

Ruby Braff – crnt / Vic Dickenson – tmb / Edmond hall – clt / George Wein – pno / John Field – bs / Jo Jones – dms

 

  1. Joe Williams / Count Basie – “Low Down Dirty Shame” (1959) – Joe Williams, Count Basie – Disques Vogue 1960

Joe Williams – vocal with Count Basie & His Orchestra

 

  1. Art Tatum – “Georgia On My Mind” – God Is In The House (1941) – ORA

 

  1. Benny Goodman – “Sing, Sing, Sing” – The Carnegie Hall Concert 1938 – Columbia CBS Double LP 1980s

Benny Goodman & His Orchestra featuring Harry James – tpt /Benny Goodman – clt /Gene Krupa – dms / Jess Stacy – pno