Dick Hyman Discography

1950 (age 23)

Dick Hyman Quintet

Sonny Stitt (alto saxophone -2,4) Gene Ammons (tenor saxophone -3,4) Dick Hyman (piano) Gene Ramey (bass) Art Blakey (drums)
WNYC radio broadcast, "Birdland", NYC, February 18, 1950
1.Honeysuckle RoseKings Of Jazz (It) KLJ 20013
2.You're Driving Me CrazyOzone 1; Kings Of Jazz (It) KLJ 20013
3.The Way You Look Tonight-
4.Fine And Dandy-
* Kings Of Jazz (It) KLJ 20013   Here Are Stan Getz And Miles Davis
* Ozone 1   Miles Davis - Dick Hyman - Sonny Stitt

1962 (age 35)

Dick Hyman

Dick Hyman
1962
62VK668For All We KnowVerve unissued
62VK669Bye Bye Blues-
62VK670AIsn't It Odd-

1974 (age 47)

Dick Hyman And His Orchestra

Mel Davis, Pee Wee Erwin (trumpet) Eph Resnick (trombone) Kenny Davern (clarinet) William Russell (violin) Dick Hyman (piano, arranger, conductor) Milt Hinton (bass) Bobby Rosengarden (drums)
"Carnegie Hall", NYC, January 26, 1974
30525St. Louis TickleAtlantic SD 1671
30526Creole Belles-
Mel Davis, Pee Wee Erwin, Ray Nance, Joe Newman (trumpet) Vic Dickenson, Eph Resnick (trombone) Kenny Davern (clarinet, soprano saxophone) Dick Hyman (piano, arranger, conductor) Carmen Mastren (banjo, guitar, bass drum) Milt Hinton (bass) Bobby Rosengarden (drums) Carrie Smith (vocals)
30527Funeral March: Flee As A Bird / Oh, Didn't He Ramble-
30528Chimes Blues-
30529Cake-Walking Babies From Home-
30530Potato Head Blues-
30531Weatherbird Rag-
30532Willie The Weeper-
Ruby Braff (cornet) Vic Dickenson (trombone) Kenny Davern (soprano saxophone) Dick Hyman (piano, arranger, conductor) Carmen Mastren (guitar) Milt Hinton (bass) Bobby Rosengarden (drums)
30533Big Butter And Egg Man-
30534Someday You'll Be Sorry-
30535Rosetta-
Ray Nance (cornet) Dick Hyman (harmonium) Carrie Smith (vocals)
30536St. Louis Blues-
Ray Nance (cornet) Dick Hyman (piano) Milt Hinton (bass) Carrie Smith (vocals)
30537You've Been A Good Old Wagon-
Mel Davis, Pee Wee Erwin, Joe Newman (trumpet) Vic Dickenson (trombone) Kenny Davern (soprano saxophone) Dick Hyman (piano, arranger, conductor) Carmen Mastren (banjo) Milt Hinton (bass) Bobby Rosengarden (drums)
30538S.O.L. Blues-
* Atlantic SD 1671   Dick Hyman - Satchmo Remembered: The Music Of Louis Armstrong At Carnegie Hall

2000 (age 73)

Dick Hyman and others

Dick Hyman (piano) and others
broadcast "National Public Radio", circa 2000
Deck The HallsNPR Classics 0013
* NPR Classics 0013   Various Artists - A Jazz Piano Christmas From NPR

2010 (age 83)

Dick Hyman Trio

Dick Hyman (piano) Jay Leonhart (bass) Chuck Redd (drums)
Avatar Studios, NYC, April 26 & 27, 2010
You're My EverythingVenus (J) VHCD-1053
42nd Street-
At Last-
I Found A Million Dollar Baby-
I Only Have Eyes For You-
September In The Rain-
Serenade In Blue-
The More I See You-
There Will Never Be Another You-
We're In The Money-
You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby-
Old Man Mazurka-
Theme From The Purple Rose-
My Favorite Things-
* Venus (J) VHCD-1053, VHCD-78254   Dick Hyman Trio - You're My Everything