BỘ 5 BĂNG CASSETTE JAZZ MASTERS

BỘ 5 BĂNG CASSETTE JAZZ MASTERS

BỘ 5 BĂNG CASSETTE JAZZ MASTERS

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Năm: 1985

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BỘ 5 BĂNG CASSETTE JAZZ MASTERS

MILES DAVIS

Album 1, side 1

  1. Milestones (Miles Davis) (c)
  2. Summertime (George Gershwin) (d)
  3. Boplicity (Cleo Henry) (a)
  4. Walkin’ (Carpenter/Frandexx) (b)
  • (a) Miles Davis (trumpet), Jay Jay Johnson (trombone); Sandy Siegelstein (French horn; Bill Barber (tuba); Lee Konitz (alto); Gerry Mulligan (baritone); John Lewis(piano); Nelson Boyd (bass); Kenny Clarke (drums), Gil Evans (arranger).
    New York City – April 22, 1949
  • (b) Miles Davis (trumpet); Jay Jay Johnson (trombone); Lucky Thompson (tenor); Horace Silver (piano); Percy Health (bass); Kenny Clarke (drums).
    Hackensack, N.J. – April 29, 1954
  • (c) Miles Davis (flügelhorn); Cannonball Adderley (alto); John Coltrane (tenor); Red Garland (piano); Paul Chamber (bass); Philly Joe Jones (drums).
    New York City – April 2, 1958
  • (d) Miles Davis (trumpet) with Bernie Glow, Ermie Royal, Louis Mucci, Johnny Coles (trumpets); Frank Rehak, Jimmy Cleveland, Joe Bennett (trombones); Dick Hixon (bass-trombone); Willie Ruff, Julius Watkins, Gunther Schuller (French horns); Bill Barber (tuba); Cannonball Adderley (alto); Jerome Richardson, Romeo Penque (woodwind); Dany Bank (bass-clarinet); Paul Chambers (bass); Jimmy Cobb (drums); Gil Evans (arranger, conductor).
    New York City – August 18, 1958

 

STAN GETZ

Abum 1, side2

  1. Too Marvellous For Words (Whiting, Mercer) (b)
  2. What’s New (Haggart, Burke) (b)
  3. I’ve Got You Under My Skin (Cole Porter) (b)
  4. Indian Summer (Victor Herbert) (a)
  5. Skylark (Carmichael, Mercer) (d)
  6. Jive Hoot (Brookmeyer) (c)
  • (a) Stan Getz (tenor), Al Haig (piano); Gene Ramey (bass); Stan Levey (drums).
    New York City – July 21, 1949
  • (b) Stan Getz (tenor), Al Haig (piano); Tommy Potter (bass); Roy Haynes (drums).
    New York City – January 6, 1950
  • (c) Bod Brookmeyer (valve-trombone); Stan Getz (tenor); Herbie Hancock (piano); Gary Burton (vibraharp); Ron Carter (bass), Elvin Jones (drums).
    New York City – May 26 1964
  • (d) Stan Getz (tenor); Jimmy Rowles (piano) .
    New York City – July, 1975

 

DAVE BRUBECK

Album 2, side 1

  1. Blue Rondo A La Turk (Brubeck) (b)
  2. It’s A Raggy Waltz (Brubeck) (d)
  3. Tonight (Bernstein, Sondheim) (e)
  4. Unsquare Dance (Brubeck) (c)
  5. Take Five (Desmond) (a)
  • (a) Paul Desmond (alto); Dave Brubeck (piano); Gene Wright (bass); Joe Morello (drums).
    New York City – July 1, 1959
  • (b) Personnel as (a)
    New York City – August 18, 1959
  • (c) Personnel as (a)
    New York City – June 8, 1961
  • (d) Personnel as (a)
    New York City – May 3, 1961
  • (f) Personnel as (a)
    New York City – February 14, 1960

 

OSCAR PETERSON

Album 2, side 2

  1. Lulu’s Back In Town (Warren, Dubin) (c)
  2. A Foggy Day (Gershwin) (a)
  3. Little Girl Blue (Rodgers, Hart) (c)
  4. Girl Talk (Troup, Hefti) (b)
  5. Seven Come Eleven (Goodman, Christian) (d)
  • (a) Oscar Peterson (piano); Ray Brown (bass), Ed Thigpen (drums).
    Vilingen, West Germany – 1963
  • (b) Oscar Peterson (piano); Sam Jones (bass); Bobby Durham (drums).
    Villingen, West Germany – November, 1967
  • (c) Oscar Peterson (piano solos)
    Villingen, West Germany- early 1968
  • (d) Oscar Peterson (piano); Herb Ellis (guitar); Sam Jones (bass); Bobby Durhan (drums)
    Vilingen,West Germany – November 5/6, 1969

 

COUNT BASIE

Album 3, side 1

  1. The Magic Flea (Nestico) (a)
  2. Basie – Straight Ahead (Nestico) (a)
  3. Shiny Stockings (Basie) (b)
  4. Jumpin’ At The Woodside (Basie) (b)
  5. L’1 Darlin (Hefti) (b)
  6. The Kid From Red Bank (Hefti) (b)
  7. One O’Clock Jump (Basie) (b)
  • (a) Gene Goe, Sonny Cohn, Oscar Brashear, Al Aarons (trumpets); Grover Mitchell, Richard Boone, Bill Hughes, Steve Galloway (trombones); Marshall Royal (clarinet, alto); Bobby Plater (flute, alto); Eric Dixon (flute, tenor); Eddie ‘Lockjaw’ Davis (tenor); Charlie Fowlkes (baritone); Count Basie (piano); Freddie Greene (guitar); Norman Keenan (bass); Harold Jones (drums).
    Hollywood – August 31, September 3/4, 1968
  • (b) Personnel as for (a) but add Harry Edison (trumpet); Frank Hooks (trombone) replaces Galloway.
    Tropicana’ Hotel, Las Vegas – March, 1969

 

DUKE ELLINGTON

Album 3, side 2

  1. Cottontail (Ellington) (b)
  2. Daydream (Sebastian) (b)
  3. Perdido (Tizol, Lenk, Drake) (f)
  4. Creole Love Call (Ellington, Miley, Jackson) (e)
  5. C Jam Blues (Ellington) (a)
  6. The Star Crossed Lovers (Elington, Strayhorn (c)
  7. Take The A Train (Strayhorn) (d)
  • (a) Gerald Wilson, Clark Terry, Willie Cook, Cat Anderson (trumpets); Ray Nance (trumpet, violin); John Sanders, Quentin Jackson, Britt Woodman (trombones); Jimmy Hamilton (clarinet, tenor); Russell Procope (clarinet, alto); Rick Henderson (alto); Paul Gonsalves (tenor); Harry Carney (baritone, bass clarinet); Duke Ellington (piano), Wendell Marshall (bass); Dave Black (drums).
    San Francisco – April 26, 1954
  • (b) Personnel as (a) but omit Gerald Wilson. Johnny Hodges (alto); Jimmy Woode (bass) and Sam Woodyard (drums) replace Procope, Marshall and Black.
    Chicago – February 7/8, 1956
  • (c) Personnel as (b)
    New York City – May 3, 1957
  • (d) Cat Anderson, Cootie Williams, Mercer Ellington, Herbie Jones (trumpets); Lawrence Brown, Buster Cooper (clarinet, alto); Chuck Connors (trombones); Jimmy Hamiton (clarinet, tenor); Russell Procope (clarinet, alto); Johnny Hodges (alto); Paul Gonsalves (tenor); Harry Carney (baritone, bass clarinet); Duke Ellington (piano); John Lamb (bass); Sam Woodyard (drums).
    Los Angeles – May 9, 1966
  • (e) Personnel as (d)
    Los Angeles – May 10, 1966
  • (f) Personnel as (d) but Bud Brisbois (trumpet) replaces Cootie Wiliams
    Los Angeles – May 11, 1966

 

MODERN JAZZ QUARTET

Album 4, side 1

  1. Vendome (Lewis) (a)
  2. Concorde (Lewis) (d)
  3. Django (Lewis) (b)
  4. La Ronde Suite (Lewis) (c)
  • (a) John Lewis (piano); Milt Jackson (vibraharp); Percy Heath (bass); Kenny Clarke (drums).
    New York City – December 22, 1952
  • (b) Personnel as for (a).
    New York City – December 23, 1954
  • (c) Personnel as for (a).
    New York City – January 9, 1955
  • (d) John Lewis (piano); Mit Jackson (vibraharp); Percy Heath bass; Connie Kay (drums).
    New York City -July 2, 1955

 

WES MONTGOMERY

Album 4, side 2

  1. Finger Pickin’ (Montgomery) (a)
  2. Yesterdays (Kern, Harbach) (c)
  3. In Your Own Sweet Way (Brubeck) (d)
  4. Willow Weep For Me (Ronell) (e)
  5. Far Wes (Montgomery) (b)
  • (a) Wes Montgomery (guitar); Joe Bradley (piano); Monk Montgomery (bass); Paul Parker (drums).
    Indianapolis, Indiana – December 30, 1957
  • (b) Harold Land (tenor); Buddy Montgomery (piano); Wes Montgomery (guitar); Monk Montgomery (bass); Tony Bazley (drums). 
    Los Angeles – April, 1958
  • (c) Wes Montgomery (guitar); Melvin Rhyne (organ); Paul Parker (drums).
    New York City – October 5/6, 1959
  • (d) Tommy Flanagan (piano); Wes Montgomery (guitar); Percy Heath (bass); Al Heath (drums).
    New York City – January – 26/28, 1960
  • (e) Wes Montgomery (guitar) with Ray Alonge (French horn); George Marge, Romeo Penque, Joe Soldo, Stan Webb, Phil Bodner (woodwind); Herbie Hancock (piano); Ron Carter (bass); Grady Tate (drums) plus percussion, twelve violins, two violas, three ‘celli and harp; Don Sebesky (arranger).
    Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey – June 6/7/8, 1967

 

ELLA FITZGERALD

Album 5, side l

  1. Alright, Okay, You Win (Wyche, Watte) (a)
  2. Old Devil Moon (Harburg, Lane) (b)
  3. Don’cha Go ‘Way Mad (Munday, Jacquet, Stillman) (b)
  4. This Girl’s In Love With You (Bacharach, David) (a)
  5. Love You Madly (Ellington) (b)
  6. Watch What Happens (LeGrand, Gimbel) (a)
  7. Give Me The Simple Life (Ruby, Bloom) (a)
  • (a) Ella Fitzgerald (vocal) with orchestra conducted by Tommy Flanagan including Allan Smith (trumpet) plus members of the Ernie Heckscher band.
    Concert, probably West Germany – 1968
  • (b) Ella Fitgerald (vocal) with Tommy Flanagan (piano); Frank de la Rosa (bass); Ed Thigpen (drums).
    Same date and location as (a)

 

LOUIS ARMSTRONG

Album 5, side 2

  1. Ain’t Misbehavin’ (Waller, Brooks, Razof) (d)
  2. Black And Blue (Russell, Armstrong) (c)
  3. Beale Street Blues (Handy) (b)
  4. Loveless Love (Handy) (b)
  5. Struttin’ With Some Barbecue (Armstrong, Raye) (a)
  • (a) Louis Armstrong (trumpet); Trummy Young (trombone); Barney Bigard (clarinet); Billy Kyle (piano); Arvell Shaw (bass); Kenny John (drums).
    New York City – March 19, 1954
  • (b) Louis Armstrong (trumpet, vocal); Trummy Young (trombone); Barmey Bigard (clarinet); Billy Kyle (piano); Arvell Shaw (bass); Barrett Deems (drums); Velma Middleton (vocal).
    Chicago – July 12, 1954
  • (c) Personnel as for (b) but omit Velma Middletor.
    New York City-April 26, 1955
  • (d) Personnel as for (c).
    New York City -May 3, 1955