Booker Little Catalog

1958 (age 20)

Max Roach + 4 On The Chicago Scene  (EmArcy MG 36132)

Booker Little (trumpet) George Coleman (tenor saxophone) Eddie Baker (piano) Bob Cranshaw (bass) Max Roach (drums)
Universal Recording Studios, Chicago, IL, June 3, 1958
16982Shirley (mono version)
16983Memo To Maurice (mono version)
16984 | JB325Stella By Starlight
16985 | JB326Sporty
16986My Old Flame (mono version)
16987Stompin' At The Savoy (mono outchorus)
** also issued on Mercury MG 20559; Universal (J) UCCM 9110.

Max Roach + 4 On The Chicago Scene  (Mercury (J) 195J-41)

Booker Little (trumpet) George Coleman (tenor saxophone) Eddie Baker (piano) Bob Cranshaw (bass) Max Roach (drums): same session
Universal Recording Studios, Chicago, IL, June 3, 1958
JB323Shirley (stereo version)
JB324Memo To Maurice (stereo version)
JB327My Old Flame (stereo version)
JB328Stompin' At The Savoy
** originally intended as Mercury SR 60128.

Max Roach + 4 At Newport  (EmArcy MG 36140)

Booker Little (trumpet) Ray Draper (tuba) George Coleman (tenor saxophone) Art Davis (bass) Max Roach (drums)
summer 1958
17644 | JB342Love For Sale
same personnel
"Newport Jazz Festival", Newport, RI, July 6, 1958
17645La Villa
17646A Night In Tunisia
17648Minor Mode
17649Tune Up
** also issued on EmArcy SR 80010; Mercury MG 20524, SR 60201, (J) 195J-42.

Max Roach + 4 At Newport  (Mercury (J) 195J-42)

Booker Little (trumpet) Ray Draper (tuba) George Coleman (tenor saxophone) Art Davis (bass) Max Roach (drums): same session
"Newport Jazz Festival", Newport, RI, July 6, 1958
17647Deeds, Not Words
** reissue of EmArcy MG 36140 + 1 bonus track.

The Complete Mercury Max Roach Plus Four Sessions  (Mosaic MD7-201)

Booker Little (trumpet) Ray Draper (tuba) George Coleman (tenor saxophone) Art Davis (bass) Max Roach (drums): same session
"Newport Jazz Festival", Newport, RI, July 6, 1958
Spoken Introduction By Max Roach

Max Roach - Deeds, Not Words  (Riverside RLP 12-280)

Booker Little (trumpet) Ray Draper (tuba) George Coleman (tenor saxophone) Art Davis (bass) Max Roach (drums): same personnel
NYC, September 4, 1958
You Stepped Out Of A Dream
Filide
It's You Or No One
Jodie's Cha-Cha
Deeds, Not Words
Larry-Larue
** also issued on Riverside RLP 1122, RS 3018; Original Jazz Classics OJC 304, OJCCD 304-2. Jazzland JLP 79, JLP 979 entitled "Conversation".
** part of Milestone M 47061.

Max Roach, Bud Shank - Sessions, Live  (Calliope CAL 3013)

Booker Little (trumpet) Ray Draper (tuba) George Coleman (tenor saxophone) Art Davis (bass) Max Roach (drums): same personnel
KABC-TV, Stars Of Jazz #118. 1958-#39, October 6, 1958
Minor Mode Blues
The Scene Is Clean
same session
Love For Sale

Booker Little 4 - The Defiant Ones  (United Artists UAL 4034)

Booker Little (trumpet) George Coleman (tenor saxophone -1,3/5) Tommy Flanagan (piano) Art Davis (bass) Max Roach (drums)
Nola's Penthouse Sound Studios, NYC, October, 1958
1.Milestones
2.Sweet And Lovely
3.Rounder's Mood
4.Dungeon Waltz
5.Jewel's Tempo
6.Moonlight Becomes You
** also issued on United Artists UAS 5034. Blue Note CDP 7 84457 2 entitled "Booker Little 4 Plus Max Roach - Milestones".

Max Roach - Award-Winning Drummer  (Time T/70003)

Booker Little (trumpet) Ray Draper (tuba) George Coleman (tenor saxophone) Art Davis (bass) Max Roach (drums)
Capitol Studios, NYC, November 4, 1958
Tuba De Nod
Milano
Variations On The Scene
Pieces Of Quincy (Pies Of Quincy)
Old Folks
Sadiga
Gandolfo's Bounce
** also issued on Time 52087, S/2087 entitled "Max Roach".

1959

Max Roach - The Many Sides Of Max  (Mercury MG 20911)

Booker Little (trumpet) Julian Priester (trombone) George Coleman (tenor saxophone) Art Davis (bass) Max Roach (drums)
Fine Recording, NYC, January 22, 1959
18128-9Lepa
18129-7Connie's Bounce
18137-5Prelude
18138-11Bemsha Swing
18139-5Tympanalli
18140-4There's No You
18141-7A Little Sweet
** originally intended as Mercury MG 20457, SR 60140.
** also issued on Mercury SR 60911; Universal (J) UCCM 9125.

Young Men From Memphis - Down Home Reunion  (United Artists UAL 4029)

Booker Little, Louis Smith (trumpet) Frank Strozier (alto saxophone) George Coleman (tenor saxophone) Phineas Newborn (piano) Calvin Newborn (guitar) George Joyner (bass) Charles Crosby (drums)
Olmstead Sound Studios, NYC, April 15, 1959
Things Ain't What They Used To Be
Blue 'N' Boogie
** also issued on United Artists UAS 5029, UAL 4084, UAS 5084.

Bill Henderson Sings  (Vee-Jay VJLP 1015)

Booker Little (trumpet) Bernard McKinney (trombone, euphonium) Yusef Lateef (tenor saxophone) Wynton Kelly (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums) Bill Henderson (vocals) Benny Golson (arranger)
Chicago, IL, October 27, 1959
59-1310Moanin'
59-1311Bad Luck
59-1312The Song Is You
59-1313This Little Girl Of Mine
59-1314You Make Me Feel So Young
** also issued on Vee-Jay VJSR 1015, (J) 22YB-2021.

Slide Hampton - Slide!  (Strand SLS 1006)

Burt Collins, Freddie Hubbard, Booker Little (trumpet) Bernard McKinney (baritone horn) Slide Hampton (trombone) George Coleman (tenor saxophone, clarinet) Jay Cameron (baritone saxophone, bass clarinet) George Tucker (bass) Kenny Dennis, Pete LaRoca, Charlie Persip (drums)
Bell Sound Studios, NYC, late 1959
Newport
Autumn Leaves
Althea
Jazz Corner
Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child
Go East Young Man
Patricia
Woody'n You

The Complete Vee Jay Paul Chambers - Wynton Kelly Sessions 1959-61  (Mosaic MD6-205)

Booker Little (trumpet) Frank Strozier (alto saxophone) Wynton Kelly (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums)
Fine Sound Studios, NYC, December 9, 1959
tk.8Lucka Duce (alt. take)
tk.4A Starling's Theme (alt. take)
** same contents as Vee-Jay VJLP 1014 + VJLP 1016 + VJLP 3005 + VJLP 3011 + VJLP 3012 + VJLP 3022 + 39 bonus tracks.

Various Artists - Alternate Sessions At The Early '60s  (Vee-Jay (J) RJL 2640)

Booker Little (trumpet) Frank Strozier (alto saxophone) Wynton Kelly (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums): same session
Fine Sound Studios, NYC, December 9, 1959
tk.10Lucka Duce

Fantastic Frank Strozier  (Vee-Jay VJLP 3005)

Booker Little (trumpet) Frank Strozier (alto saxophone) Wynton Kelly (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums): same session
Fine Sound Studios, NYC, December 9, 1959
60-1454 tk.6A Starling's Theme
60-1453 tk.2W.K. Blues
same personnel
Bell Sound Studio B, NYC, February 3, 1960
60-1455 tk.6I Don't Know
60-1457 tk.7Runnin'
60-1456 tk.3Waltz Of The Demons
60-1458 tk.5Off Shore
** also issued on Vee-Jay VJSR 3005, (J) 22YB-2009, (J) 32YD-1009, (J) FHCY 1020/21, (J) PVCP 8188. Affinity (E) AFF 49 entitled "Frank Strozier/Booker Little - Waltz Of The Demons". Vee-Jay NVJ2-903 entitled "Fantastic Frank Strozier-Plus".
** part of Mosaic MD6-205.

Fantastic Frank Strozier  (Vee-Jay (J) 22YB-2009)

Booker Little (trumpet) Frank Strozier (alto saxophone) Wynton Kelly (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums): same personnel
Fine Sound Studios, NYC, December 9, 1959
tk.1Just In Time (studio chatter)
tk.2Just In Time (alt. take)
** reissue of Vee-Jay VJLP 3005 + 2 bonus tracks.

Fantastic Frank Strozier  (Vee-Jay (J) FHCY 1020/21)

Booker Little (trumpet) Frank Strozier (alto saxophone) Wynton Kelly (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums): same session
Fine Sound Studios, NYC, December 9, 1959
tk.15Runnin' (1st version) (Run)
** reissue of Vee-Jay VJLP 3005 + 9 bonus tracks.

Wynton Kelly - Kelly's Memories  (Vee-Jay (J) RJL 6025)

Booker Little (trumpet) Frank Strozier (alto saxophone) Wynton Kelly (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums): same session
Fine Sound Studios, NYC, December 9, 1959
tk.5Tibbit
tk.3Just In Time

1960

Wynton Kelly - Alternate Takes Of Fantastic And The Others  (Vee-Jay (J) FHCY 1001)

Booker Little (trumpet) Frank Strozier (alto saxophone) Wynton Kelly (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums)
Bell Sound Studio B, NYC, February 3, 1960
tk.3I Don't Know (alt. take)
tk.4Runnin' (alt. take)
tk.1Waltz Of The Demons (alt. take)
tk.3Off Shore (alt. take)

Curtis Fuller/Booker Little/Donald Byrd/'Philly' Joe Jones/Paul Chambers/Pepper Adams/Bill Evans/Mal Waldron/Ed Shaughnessy/Armando Peraza/Marcus Belgrave/Addison Farmer/Don Ellis/Willie Rodriguez/Earl Zindars - The Soul Of Jazz Percussion  (Warwick W 5003)

Marcus Belgrave, Donald Byrd, Booker Little (trumpet) Mal Waldron (piano) Addison Farmer (bass) Ed Shaughnessy (drums) Armando Peraza (congas)
NYC, spring 1960
Chasing The Bird
Wee Tina
Call To Arms
Don Ellis, Booker Little (trumpet) Curtis Fuller (trombone) Mal Waldron (piano) Addison Farmer (bass) 'Philly' Joe Jones (drums) Willie Rodriguez (congas) Ed Shaughnessy (percussion, vibraphone)
November Afternoon
Witchfire
Construction Crew
** also issued on Warwick W 5003 ST.

Donald Byrd/Booker Little - The Third World  (TCB LP 1004)

Marcus Belgrave, Donald Byrd, Booker Little (trumpet) Mal Waldron (piano) Addison Farmer (bass) Ed Shaughnessy (drums) Armando Peraza (congas)
NYC, spring 1960
Chasing The Bird
Call To Arms
Wee Tina
Don Ellis, Booker Little (trumpet) Curtis Fuller (trombone) Mal Waldron (piano) Addison Farmer (bass) 'Philly' Joe Jones (drums) Willie Rodriguez (congas) Ed Shaughnessy (percussion, vibraphone)
Construction Crew (Construction)
November Afternoon

Booker Little And Booker Ervin - Sounds Of Inner City  (TCB LP 1003)

Don Ellis, Booker Little (trumpet) Curtis Fuller (trombone) Mal Waldron (piano) Addison Farmer (bass) 'Philly' Joe Jones (drums) Willie Rodriguez (congas) Ed Shaughnessy (percussion, vibraphone): same session
NYC, spring 1960
Witch Fire (Witchfire)
Booker Little (trumpet) Booker Ervin (tenor saxophone) Teddy Charles (vibraphone) Mal Waldron (piano) Addison Farmer (bass) Ed Shaughnessy (drums)
"The Museum Of Modern Art", NYC, August 25, 1960
Scoochie (edited version) (Souchie)
Cycles (edited version)
Stardust (edited version)
The Confined Few (edited version)
Blues De Tambour (edited version) (Blues De'Tambour)

Booker Little  (Time 52011)

Booker Little (trumpet) Tommy Flanagan (piano) Scott LaFaro (bass) Roy Haynes (drums)
NYC, April 13, 1960
Opening Statement
Minor Sweet
The Grand Valse
Who Can I Turn To
Wynton Kelly (piano) replaces Flanagan
NYC, April 15, 1960
Bee Tee's Minor Plea
Life's A Little Blue
** also issued on Time S/2011.

The Teddy Charles New Directions Quartet - Metronome Presents Jazz In The Garden At The Museum Of Modern Art  (Warwick W 2033)

Booker Little (trumpet) Booker Ervin (tenor saxophone) Teddy Charles (vibraphone) Mal Waldron (piano) Addison Farmer (bass) Ed Shaughnessy (drums)
"The Museum Of Modern Art", NYC, August 25, 1960
Scoochie
Cycles
Embraceable You
Blues De Tambour
Stardust
Take 3 Parts Jazz Suite: Route 4 / Byriste / Father George
The Confined Few
** also issued on Warwick W 2033 ST.

Max Roach's Freedom Now Suite - We Insist!  (Candid CJM 8002)

Booker Little (trumpet) Julian Priester (trombone) Walter Benton (tenor saxophone) Coleman Hawkins (tenor saxophone -1) James Schenck (bass) Max Roach (drums) Abbey Lincoln (vocals) Nat Hentoff (supervisor)
Nola's Penthouse Sound Studios, NYC, August 31, 1960
1.Driva' Man
2.Freedom Day
Booker Little (trumpet) Julian Priester (trombone) Walter Benton (tenor saxophone) James Schenck (bass) Max Roach (drums -2) Michael Olatunji (congas -2) Tomas DuVall, Raymond Mantilla (percussion -2) Abbey Lincoln (vocals -2) Nat Hentoff (supervisor)
Nola's Penthouse Sound Studios, NYC, September 6, 1960
1.All Africa
2.Tears For Johannesburg
** also issued on Candid CJS 9002, CS 9002, CCD 79002.

Jazz Artists Guild - Newport Rebels  (Candid CJM 8022)

Booker Little (trumpet) Julian Priester (trombone) Walter Benton (tenor saxophone) Peck Morrison (bass) Jo Jones, Max Roach (drums) Nat Hentoff (supervisor)
Nola's Penthouse Sound Studios, NYC, November 1, 1960
Cliff Walk
** also issued on Candid CJS 9022; Barnaby BR 5022; Candid CS 9022, CCD 79022.

Eric Dolphy - Far Cry  (New Jazz NJLP 8270)

Booker Little (trumpet) Eric Dolphy (alto saxophone, bass clarinet, flute) Jaki Byard (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Roy Haynes (drums)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, December 21, 1960
2772Ode To Charlie Parker
2773Mrs. Parker Of K.C. (Bird's Mother)
2776Miss Ann
2777Far Cry
** also issued on Prestige PR 7747 entitled "Far Cry!". Original Jazz Classics OJC 400, OJCCD 400-2.
** part of Prestige P 24053.

Various Artists - 25 Years Of Prestige  (Prestige PR 24046)

Booker Little (trumpet) Eric Dolphy (alto saxophone, bass clarinet, flute) Jaki Byard (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Roy Haynes (drums): same session
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, December 21, 1960
2775Serene
Booker Little (trumpet) Eric Dolphy (alto saxophone, bass clarinet, flute) Mal Waldron (piano) Richard Davis (bass) Ed Blackwell (drums)
"Five Spot Cafe", NYC, July 16, 1961
3152Bee Vamp (alt. take)

1961 (aged 23)

Abbey Lincoln - Straight Ahead  (Candid CJM 8015)

Booker Little (trumpet) Julian Priester (trombone) Eric Dolphy (alto saxophone, bass clarinet, flute, piccolo) Walter Benton, Coleman Hawkins (tenor saxophone) Mal Waldron (piano) Art Davis (bass) Max Roach (drums) Montego Joe as Roger Sanders, Robert White (congas) Abbey Lincoln (vocals) Nat Hentoff (supervisor)
Nola's Penthouse Sound Studios, NYC, February 22, 1961
Straight Ahead
When Malindy Sings
In The Red
Blue Monk
Left Alone
African Lady
Retribution
** also issued on Candid CJS 9015; Barnaby KZ 31037; Candid CS 9015, CCD 79015.

Eric Dolphy - Candid Dolphy  (Candid CCD 79033)

Booker Little (trumpet) Julian Priester (trombone) Eric Dolphy (alto saxophone, bass clarinet, flute, piccolo) Walter Benton, Coleman Hawkins (tenor saxophone) Mal Waldron (piano) Art Davis (bass) Max Roach (drums) Montego Joe as Roger Sanders, Robert White (congas) Abbey Lincoln (vocals) Nat Hentoff (supervisor): same session
Nola's Penthouse Sound Studios, NYC, February 22, 1961
African Lady (take 4)
Booker Little (trumpet) Julian Priester (trombone) Eric Dolphy (alto saxophone, bass clarinet, flute) Don Friedman (piano) Art Davis (bass) Max Roach (drums, timpani, vibraphone) Nat Hentoff (supervisor)
Nola's Penthouse Sound Studios, NYC, March 17, 1961
Quiet, Please (take 1)
Ron Carter (bass) replaces Davis
Nola's Penthouse Sound Studios, NYC, April 4, 1961
Hazy Hues (take 5)

Booker Little - Out Front  (Candid CJM 8027)

Booker Little (trumpet) Julian Priester (trombone) Eric Dolphy (alto saxophone, bass clarinet, flute) Don Friedman (piano) Art Davis (bass) Max Roach (drums, timpani, vibraphone) Nat Hentoff (supervisor)
Nola's Penthouse Sound Studios, NYC, March 17, 1961
We Speak
Quiet, Please
A New Day
Ron Carter (bass) replaces Davis
Nola's Penthouse Sound Studios, NYC, April 4, 1961
Strength And Sanity
Moods In Free Time (take 5)
Man Of Words
Hazy Hues
** also issued on Candid CJS 9027; Barnaby BR 5019; Candid CS 9027, CCD 79027, (J) 32JDC-106, (J) TKCB-30462.

Booker Little - Out Front  (Candid (J) 32JDC-106)

Booker Little (trumpet) Julian Priester (trombone) Eric Dolphy (alto saxophone, bass clarinet, flute) Don Friedman (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Max Roach (drums, timpani, vibraphone) Nat Hentoff (supervisor): same session
Nola's Penthouse Sound Studios, NYC, April 4, 1961
Strength And Sanity (alt. take)
** reissue of Candid CJM 8027 + 1 bonus track.

John Coltrane - Africa/Brass  (Impulse! A 6)

Freddie Hubbard, Booker Little (trumpet) Jim Buffington, Donald Carrado, Bob Northern, Robert Swisshelm, Julius Watkins (French horn) Charles Greenlee, Julian Priester (euphonium) Bill Barber (tuba) John Coltrane (soprano,tenor saxophone) Eric Dolphy (alto saxophone, bass clarinet, flute, arranger, conductor) Pat Patrick (baritone saxophone) Garvin Bushell (reeds) McCoy Tyner (piano, arranger) Reggie Workman (bass) Elvin Jones (drums) Romulus Franceschini (conductor) Cal Massey (arranger)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, May 23, 1961
Greensleeves
Booker Little (trumpet) Britt Woodman (trombone) Donald Carrado, Bob Northern, Robert Swisshelm, Julius Watkins (French horn) Carl Bowman (euphonium) Bill Barber (tuba) Eric Dolphy (alto saxophone, bass clarinet, flute, arranger, conductor) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Pat Patrick (baritone saxophone) McCoy Tyner (piano) Reggie Workman (bass) Art Davis (bass -1) Elvin Jones (drums)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, June 7, 1961
1.Africa
2.Blues Minor
** part of Impulse! IMPD 2-168.

John Coltrane - The Africa/Brass Sessions, Vol. 2  (Impulse! AS 9273)

Freddie Hubbard, Booker Little (trumpet) Jim Buffington, Donald Carrado, Bob Northern, Robert Swisshelm, Julius Watkins (French horn) Charles Greenlee, Julian Priester (euphonium) Bill Barber (tuba) John Coltrane (soprano,tenor saxophone) Eric Dolphy (alto saxophone, bass clarinet, flute, arranger, conductor) Pat Patrick (baritone saxophone) Garvin Bushell (reeds) McCoy Tyner (piano, arranger) Reggie Workman (bass) Elvin Jones (drums) Romulus Franceschini (conductor) Cal Massey (arranger)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, May 23, 1961
Song Of The Underground Railroad
Greensleeves (alt. take)
Booker Little (trumpet) Britt Woodman (trombone) Donald Carrado, Bob Northern, Robert Swisshelm, Julius Watkins (French horn) Carl Bowman (euphonium) Bill Barber (tuba) Eric Dolphy (alto saxophone, bass clarinet, flute, arranger, conductor) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Pat Patrick (baritone saxophone) McCoy Tyner (piano) Art Davis, Reggie Workman (bass) Elvin Jones (drums)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, June 7, 1961
Africa (alt. take)
** part of Impulse! IMPD 2-168.

The Mastery Of John Coltrane, Vol. 4 - Trane's Modes  (Impulse! IZ 9361/2)

Freddie Hubbard, Booker Little (trumpet) Jim Buffington, Donald Carrado, Bob Northern, Robert Swisshelm, Julius Watkins (French horn) Charles Greenlee, Julian Priester (euphonium) Bill Barber (tuba) John Coltrane (soprano,tenor saxophone) Eric Dolphy (alto saxophone, bass clarinet, flute, arranger, conductor) Pat Patrick (baritone saxophone) Garvin Bushell (reeds) McCoy Tyner (piano, arranger) Reggie Workman (bass) Paul Chambers (bass -2) Elvin Jones (drums) Romulus Franceschini (conductor) Cal Massey (arranger)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, May 23, 1961
1.The Damned Don't Cry
2.Africa (1st version)

Booker Little And Friend  (Bethlehem BCP 6061)

Booker Little (trumpet) Julian Priester (trombone -1/3,5/7) George Coleman (tenor saxophone -1/3,5/7) Don Freedman (piano) Reggie Workman (bass) Pete LaRoca (drums)
NYC, summer 1961
1.Victory And Sorrow
2.Forward Flight
3.Looking Ahead
4.If I Should Lose You
5.Calling Softly
6.Booker's Blues
7.Matilde

Eric Dolphy - Here And There  (Prestige PR 7382)

Booker Little (trumpet) Eric Dolphy (alto saxophone, bass clarinet, flute) Mal Waldron (piano) Richard Davis (bass) Ed Blackwell (drums)
"Five Spot Cafe", NYC, July 16, 1961
3147Status Seeking
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJCCD 673-2.
** part of Prestige P 24070.

Eric Dolphy At The Five Spot, Vol. 2  (Prestige PRLP 7294)

Booker Little (trumpet) Eric Dolphy (alto saxophone, bass clarinet, flute) Mal Waldron (piano) Richard Davis (bass) Ed Blackwell (drums): same session
"Five Spot Cafe", NYC, July 16, 1961
3149Aggression
3150Like Someone In Love
** also issued on Prestige PR 7826; Original Jazz Classics OJC 247, OJCCD 247-2.

Eric Dolphy At The Five Spot, Vol. 1  (New Jazz NJLP 8260)

Booker Little (trumpet) Eric Dolphy (alto saxophone, bass clarinet, flute) Mal Waldron (piano) Richard Davis (bass) Ed Blackwell (drums): same session
"Five Spot Cafe", NYC, July 16, 1961
3151Fire Waltz
3152Bee Vamp
3153The Prophet
** also issued on Prestige PR 7611; Original Jazz Classics OJC 133, OJCCD 133-2.

Eric Dolphy And Booker Little Memorial Album  (Prestige PR 7334)

Booker Little (trumpet) Eric Dolphy (alto saxophone, bass clarinet, flute) Mal Waldron (piano) Richard Davis (bass) Ed Blackwell (drums): same session
"Five Spot Cafe", NYC, July 16, 1961
3154Number Eight (Potsa Lotsa)
3155Booker's Waltz
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJC 353, OJCCD 353-2.

Max Roach - Percussion, Bitter Sweet  (Impulse! A 8)

Booker Little (trumpet) Julian Priester (trombone) Eric Dolphy (alto saxophone) Clifford Jordan (tenor saxophone) Mal Waldron (piano) Art Davis (bass) Max Roach (drums) Carlos "Patato" Valdes (congas) Carlos "Totico" Eugenio (cowbell) Abbey Lincoln (vocals)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, August 1, 1961
10460Garvey's Ghost
10461Mendacity
Booker Little (trumpet) Julian Priester (trombone) Eric Dolphy (bass clarinet, flute) Clifford Jordan (tenor saxophone) Mal Waldron (piano) Art Davis (bass) Max Roach (drums) Carlos "Patato" Valdes (congas)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, August 3, 1961
10462Mama
10463Tender Warriors
Booker Little (trumpet) Julian Priester (trombone) Eric Dolphy (flute) Clifford Jordan (tenor saxophone) Mal Waldron (piano) Art Davis (bass) Max Roach (drums)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, August 8, 1961
10468Praise For A Martyr
Booker Little (trumpet) Julian Priester (trombone) Eric Dolphy (alto saxophone, flute) Clifford Jordan (tenor saxophone) Mal Waldron (piano) Art Davis (bass) Max Roach (drums) Carlos "Patato" Valdes (congas)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, August 9, 1961
10473Man From South Africa
** also issued on Impulse! GRD 122.