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  1. wesbed: stop bothering about remastering on this one, instead: GRAB IT! Some real good music, one of my favorite Grant Green sets!

    I never thought remastering on this one was bad, never bothered about it, actually.

    What was on the Mosaic additionally is: the "Born to Be Blue" date with Ike Quebec, and two tracks added to the CD of "The Latin Bit", also with Quebec.

    ubu

  2. General question: those sets distributed by Verve, are they also part of the 5000 or whatever limited edition, and also numbered, as if you got one from Mosaic directly?

    I could get it from amazon.de for less than 52 euros (swiss don't have to pay one of thoes EU taxes), but those bastards from would certainly have me pay some 15 euros duty (swiss should NOT import anything from anywhere outside switzerland, I suppose; we are rather supposed to pay our ridiculous CD-prices, nice price meaning around 17$, full price meaning 22-25$ !!!!)

    ubu

  3. Alright guys, ...

    ...HAL'S COMING!...

    ...soon.

    I did freak up the date, I know, but nevertheless, COUNT THE DAYS!

    I really do hope some of you have already picked up this great and unique album (or will head to the store getting it real soon)!

    Dmitry: as you were so gracious as to pick me, I do apologize for my un-greazy selection. However, our favorite record producer would have certainly said: ZAT SWINGS about the Russell stuff. Maybe it's a little strange upon first listening, but once you get used to it, YOU'LL LOVE IT (GOTTA! :rmad: ) you'll see. At least so it was with me. It quickly became one of my favorite records.

    older_hal_with_sax150.jpg

    ubu :)

  4. Yes! Mellé! I would not think of him primarily as an instrumentalist, maybe that's why he did not come to my mind. His Complete Blue Note 2CD set is a real winner.

    I recently found his TOME VI (on LP). A real original.

    ubu

  5. Yes Jim! Have fun with Wilen. I love that Jazz in Paris album a lot!

    He plays bari on some later things I have, though if you're new to him, I'd recommend you hunt down the following two:

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    available here

    and:

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    There's a two CD edition subtitled "The Complete RCA Victor Recordings". Recorded live on two days/nights in Paris (Club Saint-Germain) with Kenny Dorham, Duke Jordan, Paul Rovère and Daniel Humair. Wilen plays some soprano there. He also made a soundtrack-album with Blakey's Messengers (maybe you have this), where he turns in some good playing.

    ubu

  6. This might be my very favorite bari sax disc:

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    Then the ones mentioned already: Mulligan (also a growing collection in my house), Adams (though I have none of his leader dates so far, but he shows up on so many great albums), Tate Houston (that date with Curtis Fuller is great), Cecil Payne (I just listened to some of those Tadd Dameron Big Ten broadcasts again - he does some excellent playing there).

    Then a new name: Bob Gordon - check out his recordings with Jack Montrose.

    And the stray european (besides Surman, who sure is a very individualist musician, who I dig quite a little): Carlo Actis Dato (of Italian Instabile fame).

    ubu

  7. But when you're really ready for some heavy Lou, find "The Scorpion: Live at the Cadillac Club."  Lou live in 1970 in Newark.  To me, this is THE live organ group recording.

    Man, I gotta go with Lonnie Smith Live at Club Mozambique. That thing is just flat-out stupid. Not a stinker on there. Than again, this is coming from someone who doesn't play organ and a number of people here do. So.....

    On another note, don't forget Lou on Jimmy Smith Cool Blues. That's some of my favorite Donaldson on record.

    ...Well, you got me there. "Live At Club Mozambique" is THE live organ album!!!! I don't care if I contradict myself! Oh, and did I meniton "Move Your Hand." ;):D

    HELLYEAH!

    While I'm not the biggest fan of this kinda stuff (would be difficult beating some of our worthy constituents...), these two CDs always did it for me! Check out that Muhammad solo on Scorpion! And a nice'n'easy version of Seven Steps on Mozambique... (and after all that, throw in some Ayler to relax :g )

    ubu

  8. Thanks for your wake-up call, Brandon, it's still quite early (and snowy) here.

    ubu

    Is this what you see from your window, ubu? :lol:

    Oh Hell! Get *************!

    That image at least has some sort of beauty... (although I have not yet figured out the use of snow at all), but here it's sort of drizzling wet ugly grey dark shitty weather... some Watusa would sure help me to travel our swiss spaceways (hell, why go to the moon...)

    :g

    ubu

  9. I guess the Randy Weston Select would belong on that list, too! (I don't have it yet)

    Then the recent Jimmy Lyons box (eagerly awaiting delivery...)

    The Holland is a good one, but I don't think it would made it on my best list.

    ubu

  10. I actually have ... Wynton's autograph. (Hey, it was 1984.) After his name, he wrote one word: Practice!

    I remember he wore funny looking socks, and because I played the saxophone, he said to me, "Man — Trane." Then Robert Hurst said: "Trane."

    :g

  11. Another John Gilmore fan here - he tears it up on Pete LaRoca Sims' Women at a Turkish Bath album. I like that date for the whole ensemble. [Certainly not for the fidelity.] Chick Corea is on it as well. They play in ways not usually found on records of the same era, with these wonderful ostinatos and free-ish passages.

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    HELLYEAH!

    That was one of my first 32jazz discs, and still among my favorites!

    Out Front is a great record, too - as might be almost any record where Julian Priester shows up. How about the Hancock Mwandishi band?

    Charles Davis' also great on Hank Mobley & Cedar Walton's Breakthrough.

    ubu

  12. As I've taken the pains, see the complete (chronological) listing of the LPRs here.

    I like the series quite well, as I don't have any of the music on these discs.

    Recommendations for the first four batches would be the sublime Desmond/Brubeck disc, Ella's Whisper Not, the nice Getz, Gillespie, Basie discs, the Mulligan if you don't go for the Mosaic, the Bobo and Tormé if you like that kind of stuff, also the Gilberto if you're into bossa. The McRae is my favorite vocal album of these, but the Vaughan comes close. And then the Woody Herman is a real winner (begging for a Mosaic of his Phillips stuff!!). Re: Montgomery (I've got it), I'd rather pick up the 2CD comp. of his Verve Jazz Sides (called Impressions, if I remember right). It contains the same music (and more, in fact, the complete sessions with the Wyn Kelly trio), without any string overdubs (they're not too bad, but I rather take the music as it was recorded...)

    ubu

  13. Thanks for the news, brownie! Got to look for this. Yesterday they did not have it here, but they're usually half a year in retard concerning new releases anyway... (though they did have the f**king copy-protected Larry Young Conn... but not the Hill, which I might have otherwise bought right away.)

    ubu

  14. Among the very few things by Quill I own, there is a very good session he co-led with Dick Sherman recorded for Dawn. I don't know the date, but it might be 1956.

    Line up is Quill as, Sherman t, Dick Katz p, Teddy Kotick b, Art Taylor d.

    This date (5 tunes, around 20 minutes) was released as the A side of "Jazzville '56". It's currently available from freshsoundrecords.com on a 2CD sampler featuring most of the four Jazzville albums (what's not on this one is some Quinichette stuff included on Quinichette's own Dawn/Blue Moon/Freshsound CD).

    Recommended!

    ubu

  15. the Big Horn 4 cd set

    DISC ONE: FLYING HOME

    Lionel Hampton and his Orchestra : Karl George, Ernie Royal, Joe Newman, tp; Fred Beckett, Sonny Craven, Harry Sloan, tb; Marshall Royal, cl, as; Ray Perry, as; Dexter Gordon, ILLINOIS JACQUET, ts; Jack McVea, bs; Lionel Hampton, vib; arr ; Milt Buckner, p; Irving Ashby, g; Vernon Alley, b; George Jenkins, d. New York, May 26, 1942 70773

    FLYING HOME Decca 18394

    Jazz at the Philharmonic : J.J. Johnson, tb; ILLINOIS JACQUET, Jack McVea, ts; Nat King Cole, p; Les Paul, g; Johnny Mller, b; Lee Young, d.

    Philharmonic Hall, Los Angeles, July 2, 1944 V17, V18, V19

    BLUES Verve MGV 1013

    Jim Wynn’s Bobalibans : Stanley Casey, tp; David Graham, as; Freddie Simon, ts; BIG JIM WYNN, ts, bs; Theodore Shirley, b; Robert Sims, d; Pee Wee Wiley, voc. Los Angeles, 1945 V-160-ME

    ROCK WOOGIE Gilt Edge GE 528

    Jim Wynn & his Band : "Goo Goo" Hutcherson, tp; Ed Hale, as; Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, ts; BIG JIM WYNN, bs; Zell Kindred, p; Chuck Norris, g; Buddy Woodson, d. Los Angeles, February 15, 1951 3857

    WEST COAST LOVER Mercury 314528 297-2

    The Beale Street Gang : PAZZUZA SIMON, ts; Milt Buckner, p; Curley Russell, b; Art Herbert, d.

    New York, October 28, 1946 S 3365-B

    RAISIN’ THE ROOF Savoy 653

    David Page, tp; Michael "Booty" Wood, tb; ARNETT COBB, ts; George Rhodes, p; Walter Buchanan, b; George Jones, d.

    New York, August, 1947 R1256-2B

    COBB’S CORNER Apollo 792

    R1267-3D1 GO, RED, GO Apollo 778 David Page, tp; "Booty" Wood, tb; ARNETT COBB, ts; Charles Fowlkes, bs; George Rhodes, p; Walter Buchanan, b; George "Butch" Ballard, d. New York, September 12, 1950 CD 44335

    SMOOTH SAILING Columbia 39040

    Ed "Tiger" Lewis, tp; Dickie Harris, tb; ARNETT COBB, ts; Willard Brown, ts, bs; George Rhodes, p; Gene Wright, b; George Duvivier, arr.

    New York, November 20, 1951 CO 47174

    OPEN HOUSE Okeh 6887

    Morris Lane, Tenor Sax Section : MORRIS LANE, ts; Edwin Swanston, p; George Baker, g; Franklin Skeete, b; Bob Aviles, d.

    New York, January 24, 1947 S-3382

    DOWN THE LANE Savoy 646

    Morris Lane & his Orchestra : MORRIS LANE, ts with unknown, tp; bs; p; b; d. New York, March 13, 1951 R-1451

    BLUE JEANS Apollo 808

    Morris Lane & Band : MORRIS LANE, ts with unknown, tp; bs; p; b; d. New York, 1951 R-101-7

    BOBBY’S BOOGIE Robin 101

    Dick Davis Orchestra : Dick Davis, ts; Sonny Thompson, p; Lefty Bates, g; Eddie Calhoun, b; Buddy Smith, d.

    Chicago, circa, 1947

    UB 21048

    SCREAMING BOOGIE Miracle M 108

    Phil Guilbeau, tp; WILD BILL MOORE, ts; Paul Williams, as, bs; T.J. Fowler, p; Herman Hopkins, b; Reetham Mallett, d.

    Detroit, December 18, 1947

    D 823

    WE’RE GONNA ROCK, WE’RE GONNA ROLL Savoy 666

    Same personnel as above, but Floyd Taylor, p replaces T.J. Fowler. Detroit, November 21, 1948 D 816

    BUBBLES Savoy 662

    John Hunt, tp; WILD BILL MOORE, Paul Quinichette, ts; Bill Graham, bs; Milt Buckner, org, p; Franklin Skeete, b; Joe Harris, d. New York, March 3, 1950 K 5862

    BALANCING WITH BILL King 4383

    K 5864

    HEY SPO-DEE-O-DEE King 4383

    Paul Williams Sextet : John Lawton, tp; Walter Cox, as, ts; PAUL WILLIAMS, as, bs; T.G. Fowler, p; Hank Ivory, b; Clarence Stamps, d. Detroit, October 6, 1947 D 808

    35-30 (THIRTY-FIVE-THIRTY) Savoy 661

    Paul Williams, as, bs; Floyd Taylor, p; Herman Hopkins, b; Reetham Mallett, d. Detroit, November 20, 1947 D 811

    WALKIN’ AROUND Savoy 680

    Paul Williams Sextet : Phil Gilbeau, tp; Sam Miller, ts; PAUL WILLIAMS, as, bs; Floyd Taylor, p; Herman Hopkins, b; Reetham Mallett, d. Detroit, December 15, 1948 23011

    THE HUCKLEBUCK Savoy 799

    Paul Williams & his Hucklebuckers : James "King Porter" Pope, tp; Billy Mitchell, Louis Barrett, ts; PAUL WILLIAMS, bs; Floyd Taylor, p; John Holiday, b; Bill Benjamin, d; Joan Shaw, voc. Detroit, January 13, 1949 D 0007

    HE KNOWS HOW TO HUCKLEBUCK Savoy 702

    D0008

    BACK BENDER Savoy SJL 2234

    Jack McVea and his All Stars : Sammy Yates, tp; JACK McVEA, ts; Tommy Kahn, p; Gene Phillips, g; Frank Clarke, b; Rabon Tarrant, d. Los Angeles, December 1947 1228

    JACK FROST Exclusive 266

    Cootie Williams and his Orchestra : Cootie Williams, tp; Rupert Cole, as; WEASEL PARKER, ts; Arnold Jarvis, p; Mundell Lowe, g; Leonard Swain, b; Sylvester Payne, d. New York, late 1947 1586-2

    TYPHOON Mercury 8083

    DISC TWO: BLOW YOUR BRAINS OUT

    Wynonie Harris : Hot Lips Page, tp (-1); Joe Britton, tb; Vincent Bair-Bey, as; HAL SINGER, TOM ARCHIA, ts; Joe Knight, p; Carl Wilson, b; Clarence Donaldson, d; Wynonie Harris, voc. Cincinnati, December 23, 1947 K 5325

    BLOW YOUR BRAINS OUT King 4226

    K 5326

    BLOWIN’ TO CALIFORNIA (-1) King 4252

    Same per sonnel as above, but Wynonie Harris out Cincinnati, December 27, 1947 K 5400

    BOODIE BOODIE Blue Boar CDBB 1010

    HAL SINGER SEXTETTE : Milton Larkins, tb; HAL SINGER, ts, Wynton Kelly, p; Franklin Skeete, b; Heywood Jackson, d. New York, June, 1948 S35-127

    CORNBREAD Savoy 671

    Willie Moore, tp; Chippy Outcalt, tb; HAL SINGER, ts; George Rhodes, p; Walter Page, b; Bobby Donaldson, d. New York, December 10, 1948 S23006

    BEEFSTEW Savoy 686

    Tiny Grimes Quintet : JOHN HARDEE, ts; George Kelly, p; Tiny Grimes, g; Lucille Dixon, b; Sonny Payne, d. New York, December 20, 1947 114

    BOOGIE WOOGIE BARBECUE Atlantic 854

    Tiny Grimes and his Rocking Highlanders : JOHN HARDEE, ts; Ray Bryant or Freddie Redd, p; Tiny Grimes, g; Ike Isaacs, b; unknown, d.

    New York, 1950 TG 15 -

    ROCKIN’ AND SOCKIN’ Gotham 278

    Little Willie Jackson & the Original Honeydrippers : LITTLE WILLIE JACKSON, ss, as, bs; James Jackson, ts; probably Joe Liggins, p; Frank Pasley, g; Eddie Davis, b; Peppy Prince, d. Los Angeles, November 1, 1947 MM702-3

    JACKSON’S BOOGIE Modern 566

    Same personnel as above Los Angeles, December, 6, 1947 MM 744-2

    LET’S JUMP Modern 613

    Sonny Thompson with the Sharps and Flats : EDDIE CHAMBLEE, ts; Sonny Thompson, p; Arvin Garrett, g; Leroy Morrison, b; Thurman "Red" Cooper, d. Chicago, late 1947

    LONG GONE, PT 2 Miracle M 126

    John "Streamline" Ewing, tb; EDDIE CHAMBLEE, ts; Andrew "Goon" Gardner, bs; James Craig, p; unknown, g; Ernie Shepard, b; Chuck Williams, d.

    Chicago, 1948 UB 9195

    BACK STREET Miracle M 133

    EDDIE CHAMBLEE, ts; Walter Scott, g; unknown, tp; bs; b, d. Chicago, 1952 82117

    SOUTHERN COMFORT Coral 65080

    Tiny Grimes Quintet : Wilbur "RED" PRYSOCK, ts; Jimmy Saunders, p; Tiny Grimes, gl; Ike Isaacs, b; Jerry Potter, d. New York, August 1, 1948

    131

    HOT IN HARLEM Atlantic 869

    Tiny Grimes and his Rocking Highlanders : BENNY GOLSON, RED PRYSOCK, ts; Freddie Redd, p; Tiny Grimes, g; Ike Isaacs, b; unknown, d.

    Philadelphia, circa September 1950 TG 11

    BATTLE OF THE MASS Gotham ??

    Red Prysock and his House Rockers : RED PRYSOCK, ts; unknown, tp; tb; as, bs; p; g (-1): b; d. New York, circa January 1952 R 2001

    WIGGLES Red Robin 107

    R 4005

    THE HAMMER (-1) Red Robin 139

    R 4004

    JACKPOT Red Robin 139

    Tiny Bradshaw and his Orchestra : Lester Bass, tp; RED PRYSOCK, Rufus Gore, ts; Jimmy Robinson, p; Clarence Mack, b; Philip Paul, d. Cincinnati, October 6, 1952 K 9175-1

    SOFT King 4577

    EARL BOSTIC, as; George Parker, p; Vernon King, b; Shep Shepherd, d. New York, 1948 S243

    8:45 STOMP Gotham 155

    S247

    DISC JOCKEY NIGHTMARE Gotham 168

    Roger Jones, tp; EARL BOSTIC, as; Count Hastings, ts; Jaki Byard, p; Vernon King, b; Shep Shepherd, d. Cincinnati, January 12, 1949 K5661

    EARL BLOWS A FUSE EP202

    EARL BOSTIC, as; Count Hastings, ts; Clifton Smalls, p; Gene Redd, vib; Rene Hall, g; Keeter Betts, b; Jimmy Cobb, d. New York, January 10, 1951

    K 9007-1

    FLAMINGO King 4475

    Blue Mitchell, tp; EARL BOSTIC, as; Ray Felder, ts; Joe Knight, p; Mickey Baker, g; Ike Isaacs, b; George Brown, d; Gene Redd, vib. New York, December 17, 1952 K 9225

    STEAM WHISTLE JUMP King 4603

    Todd Rhodes and his Orchestra : Howard Thompson, tp; Holley Dismukes, as; JOE THOMAS, Louis Barnett, ts; George Favors, bs; Todd Rhodes, p; Joe Williams, b; Huestall Tally, d. Cincinnati, January 25, 1949 B 7094

    PAGE BOY SHUFFLE Sensation 16

    Joe Thomas and his Orchestra : Ernest V. Perry, Johnny Grimes, tp; Dickie Harris, tb; Ben Kynard, as, bs; JOE THOMAS, ts; George Rhodes, p; George Duvivier , b; Joe Marshall, d. Linden, N.J., May 21, 1949 K 5727

    BACKSTAGE AT THE APOLLO King 4926

    Joe Thomas and his Orchestra : Ernie Devilles, tp; Dickie Harris, tb; JOE THOMAS, Fred Williams, ts; George Rhodes, p; Laverne Baker, b; Bazley Perry, d.

    New York, April 26, 1951 K 8015-1

    JUMPIN’ JOE King 4460

    Harold Land All Stars : Froebel Brigham, tp; Russell Campbell, tb; William Doby, as; HAROLD LAND, ts; Freddie Jackson, p; Dave Dyson, b; Leon Petties, d. Los Angeles, April 25, 1949 SLA 524

    OUTLANDISH Savoy SJL 2215

    DISC THREE: BOOGIE’S THE THING

    John Anderson, tp; Britt Woodman, tb; BIG JAY McNEELY, ts; Jimmy O’Brien, p; Ted Shirley, b; William Streetser, d. Hollywood, December 15, 1948 SLA 502-1

    DEACON’S HOP Savoy 685

    John Anderson, tp; Jesse "Streamline" Ewing, tb; BIG JAY MCNEELY, ts, Bob McNeely, bs; Jimmy O’Brien, p; Prinze "Candy" Stanzel, g; Leonard "Tight" Hardiman, d; Charles McNiles, bgos. Hollywood, February 1949 1375-2

    BLOW BIG JAY Exclusive 90X

    Probably same personnel as above but Bob McNeely, as (-1); Ted Shirley, voc (-2) Hollywood, April 1949 1392-2

    ROAD HOUSE BOOGIE (-2) Exclusive 96X

    1399-2

    TONDALAYO (-1) Exclusive 108X

    Probably same personnel as above, but omit Candy Stanzel Los Angeles, January/February 1950

    JAY’S FRANTIC Aladdin 3050

    BIG JAY McNEELY, ts; Bob McNeely, bs; Jimmy O’Brien, p; "Porky" Harris, g; William "Buddy" Woodson, b; Wayne Robinson, d. Hollywood, August 26, 1952 F 280

    THE GOOF FEDERAL 12102

    FRANK "FLOOR SHOW" CULLEY, ts; Harry Van Walls, p; Tiny Grimes, g; unknown, b; d. New York, January 17, 1949

    A-176 FLOORSHOW ATLANTIC 880

    A-177 COLE SLAW ATLANTIC 874

    A-178 CENTRAL AVENUE BREAKDOWN

    Wallace Wilson, tp; Walter "Phatz" Morris, tb; FRANK CULLEY, ts; Randy Weston, p; Count Edmondson, b; Connie Kay, d.

    New York, February 27, 1951

    A-573 CULLEY FLOWER ATLANTIC 935

    EDDIE "LOCKJAW" DAVIS, tp; Bill Doggett, org; John Simmons, b; Jo Jones, d, unknown, tp; 2nd ts; bs; voc. New York, August 16, 1949

    K5767

    MOUNTAIN OYSTERS KING 4321

    Freddie Mitchell and his Orchestra : Unknown, tp; probably Alton "Slim" Moore, tb; FREDDIE MITCHELL, ts; Bill Graham, as, bs; probably Joe Black, p; unknown, b; d. New York, June 1949 D 107

    SLIDER DERBY711

    Freddy Mitchell and his Orchestra : Probable pers : Joe Ball or William Sciow, tp; Slim Moore, tb; FREDDIE MITCHELL, ts; Pinky Williams, bs; Art Sims, p; Butch Barrett, b; Jerry Smith, d; Sarah Dean, voc. New York, 1951 D 709

    I GOT YOUR BOOGIE DERBY 765

    Freddie Mitchell and his Orchestra : Frank Hollins, tp; Walter "Phatz" Morris, tb; FREDDIE MITCHELL, ts; Pinky Williams, bs; George Holmes, p; Lee Atkins, b; Herman Bradley, d. New York, 1952 D825

    MOON DOG BOOGIE DERBY 793

    Paul Gayten & his Band : Wallace Davenport, tp; Frank Campbell, as; bs; LEE ALLEN, ts; Paul Gayten, p; Jack Scott, g; George Pryor, b; Robert Green, d.

    New Orleans, 1949 R-1030

    BACKTRACKIN’ (DR. DADDY - O) REGAL 3230

    Alma "The Lollypop Mama" Mondy with George Miller’s Mid-Driffs : Alma Mondy, voc; Dave Bartholomew, tp; LEE ALLEN, LEROY "BATMAN" RANKIN, ts; Alex "Duke" Burrell, p; Jack Scott, g; George Miller, b; Lester "Boots" Alexis, d.

    New Orleans, August 18, 1949

    7800

    MISS LOLLIPOP’S CONFESSION MERCURY M 8190

    George Miller & his Mid-Driffs : Dave Bartholomew, tp; LEE ALLEN, LEROY "BATMAN" RANKIN, ts; Alex "Duke" Burrell, p; Jack Scott, g; George Miller, b; Lester "Boots" Alexis, d; Theard Johnson, voc. New Orleans, August 22, 1949 7810

    BOOGIE’S THE THING MERCURY M 8183

    Joe Turner with Dave Bartholomew’s Orchestra : Dave Bartholomew, unknown, tp; Waldron "Frog" Joseph, tb; Joe Harris, as; Clarence Hall, HERB HARDESTY, ts; Fats Domino, p; Ernest McLean, g; Peter Badie, b; Thomas Moore, d; Joe turner, voc. New Orleans, April 1950 IM 191

    JUMPIN’ TONIGHT IMPERIAL 5090

    Tiny Davis & her Orchestra : BERT ETTA "BIRDIE" DAVIS, as; MARGARET BACKSTROM, ts; Tiny Davis, p, voc; Eileen Chance, b; Helen Cole, d.

    New York, October 24, 1949 W 75438

    RACE HORSE DECCA 48220

    Clyde Bernhardt and his Kansas City Buddies : Clyde Bernhardt, tb; SAM "THE MAN" TAYLOR, ts; Dave Small, bs; Earl Knight, p; Rene Hall, g; Gene Ramey, b; Gus Johnson, d. New York, October 6, 1949 BN 366

    CRACKLIN’ BREAD BLUE NOTE BN 1202

    Bull Moose Jackson & his Buffalo Bearcats : Harold "Money" Johnson, tp; Eugene Adams, Snooky Hulbert, as; Bull Moose Jackson, ts, voc; SAM "THE MAN" TAYLOR, ts; Irving Greene, p; Eddie Smith, b; Kelly Martin, d. Cincinnati, September 27, 1950 K 5966-5

    BIG FAT MAMAS ARE BACK IN STYLE AGAIN KING 4412

    Bull Moose Jackson & his Buffalo Bearcats : Frank Galbraith, tp; Bernie Peacock, Snooky Hulbert, as; Bull Moose Jackson, SAM "THE MAN" TAYLOR, ts; Bill Doggett, p; Carl Pruitt, b; Jerry Potter, d. New York, May 4, 1951 K 8019-1

    CHEROKEE BOOGIE CD CHARLY 274

    Irving Stokes, tp; Bruce Kinkson, ts; CECIL PAYNE, bs; Billy Kyle, p; Franklin Skeete, b; Hayward Johnson, d. New York, June 21, 1949 75004

    EGG HEAD DECCA 48109

    Teddy Brannon & his Orchestra : RAY ABRAMS, ts; Teddy Brannon, p; Dickie Thompson, g, voc; Aaron Bell, b; Denzil Best, d.

    Linden, N.J. October 1949 1103-2

    EVERYBODY GET TOGETHER REGAL 3241

    Johnny Otis & his Orchestra : Don Johnson, tp; George Washington, tb; Lorenzo Holden, JAMES VON STREETER, ts; Walter Henry, bs; Devonia Williams, p; Johnny Otis, vib; Pete Lewis, g; Mario Delagarde, b; Leard Bell, d. Los Angeles, December 23, 1949 SLA 4457-2

    HEAD HUNTER SAVOY 774

    Doc Sausage & his Band : EARL JOHNSON, ts; Charles Harris, p; Charlie Jenkins, g; Doc Sausage (Lucius Tyson), d; voc. Linden, N.J., January 2, 1950 1144-2

    SAUSAGE ROCK REGAL 3256

    Calvin Boze, tp, voc; MAXWELL DAVIS, ts; unknown, p; g; b; d. Los Angeles, January 13, 1950 RR-1512-2

    SAFRONIA B

    DISC FOUR: MORE BOUNCE TO THE OUNCE

    Willis Jackson & his Orchestra : Andrew "Fats" Ford, tp; Booty Wood, tb; WILLIS JACKSON, ts; Ben Kynard, bs; Bill Doggett, p; Leonard "Heavy" Swain, b; David "Panama" Francis, d. New York, 1950 R 1404

    ON MY OWN Apollo 801

    R 1407

    DANCE OF THE LADY BUG Apollo 801

    Willis Jackson and his Orchestra : Andrew Ford, tp; Booty Wood, tp; WILLIS JACKSON, ts; Reuben Phillips, bs; Arnold Jarvis, p; Leonard Swain, b; Panama Francis, d. New York, 1950 R 1431

    LATER FOR THE GATOR Apollo 806

    Willis Jackson and his Orchestra : John H. Russell, tp; Walter "Phatz" Morris, tb; WILLIS JACKSON, ts; Otis Sutton, as, bs; Jimmy Evans, p; Leonard Swain, b; Emmanuel Simms, d. New York, July 3, 1951 A 624

    WINE-O-WINE Atlantic 957

    WILLIS JACKSON & Unknown others New York, November 27, 1951 A 706

    GOOD GLIDING Atlantic 957

    WILLIS JACKSON, ts & unknown others New York, May 23, 1952 A 844

    GATOR’S GROOVE Atlantic 975

    Charlie Singleton & his Orchestra : Ray Copeland, tp; CHARLIE SINGLETON, as; Lucky Thompson, ts; Eddie Barefield, bs; Herbie Nichols, p; Peck Morrison, b; Sticks Evans, d New York,December 6, 1950 80257

    ELEPHANT ROCK Decca 48193

    Charlie Singleton & his Orchestra : Earl Alexander, tb; Lou Donaldson, as, bs; CHARLIE SINGLETON, Moe Jarman, ts; Gildo Mahones, p; unknown, g; Martin Rivera, b; John Godfrey,d. New York, 1951 CS 503

    EARTHQUAKE Red Robin 103

    Fred Jackson & his Orchestra : FRED JACKSON, ts, rest unknown Atlanta, late 1950 1401-2

    BUCK FEVER Regal 3323

    Lynn Hope Quintet : LYNN HOPE, ts; Robert "Fox" Martin, vib; Mary Hope, p; Billy Davis, g; Ray Coulter, b; Billy Hope, d.

    Chicago, April 1950 UB 50 - 226 SONG OF THE WANDERERPremium 851 UB 50 - 227

    TENDERLY Premium 851

    Same personnel as above, but add unknown ts and bass sax. Chicago, circa 1950 U 7420

    MORE BOUNCE TO THE OUNCE Chess 1499

    Julian Dash and his Orchestra : Julian DASH, ts; Haywood Henry, bs; Freddy Jefferson, p; Leroy Kirkland, g; Lee Stanfield, b; Sonny Payne, d; Sammy Lowe, arr. New York, March 17, 1951 2307

    OPEN UP THEM PEARLY GATES Sittin’ in with SIW 649

    2309

    HOT ROCK Sittin’ in With SIW 600

    Rene Hall Sextet : Reunald Jones, tp; Bobby Green, BUDDY TATE, ts; Edwin Swanston, p; Rene Hall, g; Bill Swanston, b; Bobby Donaldson, d.

    New York, 1950

    BLOWIN’ AWHILE Jubilee 5020 BLUE CREEK HOP Jubilee 5013

    Ike Lloyd, lead voc; Art Farmer, George Orendorff, tp; Earl Brown, as; PLAS JOHNSON, ts; Lloyd Glenn, p; Pee Wee Crayton or Chuck Norris, g; Billy Hadnott, b; Bob Harvey, d. Los Angeles, June 14, 1951 3895

    WORRYING BLUES Mercury M 8241

    Johnny Hodges and his Orchestra : Emmett Berry, tp; Lawrence Brown, tb; Johnny Hodges, as; AL SEARS, ts; Leroy Lovett, p; Lloyd Trotman, b; Sonny Greer, d. New York, March 3, 1951 515-2

    CASTLE ROCK Clef 8944

    Al Sears and hs Orchestra : Emett Berry, tp; Lawrence Brown, tb; Charlie Holmes, Johnny Hodges, as; AL SEARS, ts; Leroy Lovett, p; Lloyd Trotman, b; Joe Marshall, d. New York, September 21, 1951 K 8064

    MARSHALL PLAN King 4520

    ORVILLE "FATS" NOEL, ts, voc : Bill Spooner, p; Alfred Matthews, b; John Tucker, d. Cincinnati, September 6, 1951 D 1549

    RIDE, DADDY RIDE De Luxe 3321

    ORVILLE "FATS" NOEL, acc. by unknown, tp; tb; p; b; d. New York, August 26, 1952 HR 1003

    DUCK SOUP Herald 402

    Jimmy Jackson All Stars : JIMMY JACKSON, ts; Devonia Williams, p; Mitchell Webb, g; Billy Hadnott, b; Al "Cake" Wichard, d.

    Los Angeles, 1952 MM 1765

    HONKIN’ RPM 349

    Paul Bascomb & his Orchestra : Ed Lewis, tp; Frank Porter, Tommy Waters, as; PAUL BASCOMB ts, voc; Harold Wallace, bs; Duke Jordan, p; James McCrary, b; George Dettart d. New York, March 3, 1952 1089-4

    PINK CADILLAC Delmark DL 431

    Same personnel as above, but Tommy Waters out New York, August 25, 1952 9490

    MUMBLES BLUES Mercury 8299

    Joe Houston & his Orchestra : JOE HOUSTON, ts; unknown, p; b; d. ACA-1800

    Los Angeles, 1951

    CORNBREAD AND CABBAGE GREEN

    Recorded inHollywood 426

    JAY’S BOOGIE

    Recorded in Hollywood 426 JIMMY FORREST, ts; Bunky Parker, p; Johnny Mixon, b; Oscar Oldham, d; Percy James, cga, bgo Chicago, November 27, 1951 1034-6

    NIGHT TRAIN United 110

    Sonny Thompson & his Orchestra : Dennis Brooks, as; DAVID BROOKS, ts; Sonny Thompson, p; Bill Jackson, g; Cliff McGray, b; Bill English.d.

    Cincinnati, June 30, 1952

    FLYING HOME Sequel NEM CD 900

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