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Title The sound of jazz.

Publication Info. New York, N.Y. : Columbia/Legacy ; Indianapolis, Ind. : Mfd. for BMG Direct, [2000]


Location Call No. Status
 West Hartford, Noah Webster Library - Media Room  CD MJ SOUND    Check Shelf
Description 1 audio disc : digital, stereo ; 4 3/4 in.
Performer Tracks 1, 2 and 9: The Henry "Red" Allen All-Stars: Henry "Red" Allen and Rex Stewart, trumpet ; Pee Wee Russell, clarinet ; Coleman Hawkins, tenor saxophone ; Nat Pierce, piano ; Jo Jones, drums ; Milt Hinton, bass and Vic Dickerson, trombone. Track 3: Billie Holiday with the Mal Waldron All-Stars: Lester Young, Coleman Hawkins and Ben Webster, tenor saxophone ; Doc Cheatham, trumpet ; Vic Dickenson, trombone ; Mal Waldron, piano ; Jo Jones, drums, Danny Barker, guitar and Jim Atlas, bass. Track 4: Jimmy Giuffre and Pee Wee Russell, clarinet ; Jo Jones, drums and Danny Baker, guitar. Tracks 5 and 8: The Count Basie All-Stars (featuring Jimmy Rushing on track 5): Lester Young, Coleman Hawkins, Earle Warren and Harry Carney, saxophone ; Roy Eldridge, Joe Newman, Doc Cheatham and Emmett Berry, trumpet ; Vic Dickenson, Dickie Wells and Frank Rehak, trombone ; Count Basie, piano ; Jo Jones, drums, Eddie Jones, bass and Freddie Green, guitar. Track 6: The Jimmy Giuffre Trio: Jimmy Guiffre, baritone and tenor saxophone and clarinet ; Jim Hall, guitar and Jim Atlas, bass. Track 7: Mal Waldron, piano.
Event Recorded Dec. 5, 1957, at CBS 30th Street Studios, for broadcast on The seven lively arts, CBS Television, Dec. 8, 1957.
Note Originally released in 1958 as Columbia CS 8040.
Compact disc.
Program notes by Eric Larrabee, from original liner (11 p. : ill.) inserted in container.
Contents Wild man blues / L. Armstrong ; F. Morton (4:46) -- Rosetta / H. Woode ; E. Hines (4:57) -- Fine and mellow / B. Holiday (6:19) -- Blues / P.W. Russell ; J. Guiffre ; D. Barker ; J. Jones (6:53) -- I left my baby / J. Rushing ; C. Basie ; A. Gibson (4:27) -- The train and the river / J. Guiffre (4:43) -- Nervous / M. Waldron (3:43) -- Dickie's dream / C. Basie ; L. Young (5:53) -- Wild man blues (alternate take) / L. Armstrong ; F. Morton (8:42).
Credits Original recordings produced by Irving Townsend ; produced for reissue by Didier C. Deutsch.
Subject Jazz -- 1951-1960.
Jazz vocals.
Television music.
Jazz. (OCoLC)fst00982165
Jazz vocals. (OCoLC)fst00982216
Television music. (OCoLC)fst01146957
Chronological Term 1951-1960
Added Author Allen, Henry, 1908-1967. Instrumentalist. Conductor.
Stewart, Rex, 1907-1967. Instrumentalist.
Holiday, Billie, 1915-1959. Performer. Composer.
Russell, Pee Wee. Instrumentalist. Composer.
Hawkins, Coleman. Instrumentalist.
Pierce, Nat. Instrumentalist.
Jones, Jo, 1911-1985. Instrumentalist. Composer.
Hinton, Milt. Instrumentalist.
Dickenson, Vic. Instrumentalist.
Waldron, Mal, 1925-2002. Instrumentalist. Composer.
Holiday, Billie, 1915-1959. Singer.
Young, Lester, 1909-1959. Instrumentalist. Composer.
Webster, Ben, 1909-1973. Instrumentalist.
Cheatham, Doc. Instrumentalist.
Barker, Danny. Instrumentalist. Composer.
Atlas, Jim. Instrumentalist.
Giuffre, Jimmy. Instrumentalist. Composer.
Rushing, Jimmy. Singer. Composer.
Warren, Earle. Instrumentalist.
Carney, Harry. Instrumentalist.
Eldridge, Roy, 1911-1989. Instrumentalist.
Newman, Joe. Instrumentalist.
Berry, Emmett. Instrumentalist.
Wells, Dicky, 1907-1985. Instrumentalist.
Rehak, Frank. Instrumentalist.
Basie, Count, 1904-1984. Instrumentalist. Conductor. Composer.
Jones, Eddie. Instrumentalist.
Green, Freddie, 1911-1987. Instrumentalist.
Hall, Jim, 1930-2013. Instrumentalist.
Henry "Red" Allen's All Stars. Performer.
Mal Waldron All-Stars. Performer.
Jimmy Giuffre 3. Performer.
All Stars (Musical group : Count Basie) Performer.
Added Title Seven lively arts (Television program)
Standard No. 074646608227
Music No. CK 66082 Columbia/Legacy
66082 Columbia/Legacy
DIDP 101286 Columbia
D136369 BMG Direct
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