Mercury Records Catalog: 20700/60700 series

Mercury 20700/60700 series B (12 inch LP)

MG 20700   Jimmy Skinner Sings Jimmy Rodgers

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60700.

MG 20701   Bobby Scott - Joyful Noises

unidentified orchestra, Bobby Scott (arranger, piano)
NYC, January, 1962
23271Four Solemn Thoughts, Part 1: The Word
23272Four Solemn Thoughts, Part 2: A Joyful Noise
23273Four Solemn Thoughts, Part 4: The Meanings
same personnel
NYC, February 21, 1962
24059Four Solemn Thoughts, Part 3: For Everything A Season
24060Two Dancing Feet
24061One For Quincy
24062Little Egypt
24063Little Hands, Little Fingers
24067The City Of Water
** also issued on Mercury SR 60701.

MG 20702   Buddy Morrow - Night Train Goes To Hollywood

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60702.

MG 20703   Damita Jo - Live At The Diplomat

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60703.

MG 20704   Terry Gibbs - Explosion!

Conte Candoli, Frank Higgins, Al Porcino, Ray Triscari, Stu Williamson (trumpet) Bob Edmondson, Vern Friley, Frank Rosolino (trombone) Charlie Kennedy, Joe Maini (alto saxophone) Richie Kamuca, Bill Perkins (tenor saxophone) Jack Nimitz (baritone saxophone) Terry Gibbs (vibraphone) Pat Moran (piano) Buddy Clark (bass) Mel Lewis (drums) Manny Albam, Al Cohn, Bill Holman, Shorty Rogers (arranger)
"Summit Club", Hollywood, CA, January 20, 21 & 22, 1961
24866Sleep
24867Big Bad Bob
24868Do You Wanna Jump, Children
24869Tico Tico
24870Nature Boy
24871Pretty Blue Eyes
24872Jump The Blues Away
24873The Big Cat
24874Soft Eyes
24875Billie's Bounce
24876I'll Take Romance
** also issued on Mercury SR 60704. Contemporary CCD 7657-2 entitled "Dream Band, Vol. 5: The Big Cat".

MG 20705   Xavier Cugat - Twist With Cugat

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60705.

MG 20706   Pete Rugolo - TV's Top Themes

Pete Candoli, Don Fagerquist, Stu Williamson (trumpet) unknown (#1 trumpet) unknown (#2 trumpet) Milt Bernhart, Frank Rosolino (trombone) unknown (#1 trombone) unknown (#2 trombone) unknown (French horn) unknown (tuba) Paul Horn (flute, alto saxophone) Bud Shank (alto saxophone, flute) Buddy Collette (alto, tenor saxophone, flute) Bob Cooper (tenor saxophone, oboe) Larry Bunker (vibraphone, percussion, bongos, timpani) Jimmy Rowles (piano) Al Viola (guitar) Red Mitchell (bass) Shelly Manne (drums) Pete Rugolo (arranger, conductor)
Los Angeles, CA, March 12, 1959
18325The Thin Man
** also issued on Mercury SR 60706.

MG 20707   Various Artists - All-American Goes Country Style

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60707.

MG 20708   Ted Weems' Golden Hits

Allen Reynolds (whistling -1,2,4,6, vocals -12) Ted Weems And His Orchestra
probably Universal Recording Corp., Chicago, IL, maybe 1962?
1.Heartaches
2.Mickey
3.Somebody Stole My Gal
4.My Gal Sal
5.You're The Cream In My Coffee
6.Out Of The Night
7.Oh Mo'nah
8.That Old Gang Of Mine
9.The Martins And The Coys
10.Deep In The Heart Of Texas
11.Egyptian-Ella
12.One Man Band
** also issued on Mercury SR 60708.

MG 20710   Eligibles - Mike Fright!

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60710.

MG 20711   Clyde McPhatter - Lover Please

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60711.

MG 20712   Patti Page - Golden Hits Of The Boys

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60712.

MG 20713   Del Wood - Ragtime Goes International

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60713.

MG 20715   Walter Haynes - Steel Guitar Sounds

unknown (banjo, guitar, electric bass, piano, drums) Walter Haynes (steel guitar) The Merry Melody Singers (vocals)
probably 1962?
Raunchy
Jambalaya (On The Bayou)
Columbus Stockade Blues
I'm Sittin' On The Top Of The World
Battle Of New Orleans
Big Mamou
John Henry
Billy In The Low Ground
Greenback Dollar
Rubber Dollie
Chopsticks
Crawdad Song
** also issued on Mercury SR 60715. Wing MGW 12320, SRW 16320 entitled "Walter Haynes And The Merry Melody Singers - Steel Guitar Sounds".

MG 20716   Leroy Van Dyke - Movin' Van Dyke

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60716.

MG 20717   Northwestern Men's Glee Club - Hymns Of Strength And Sentiment

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60717.

MG 20718   Claude Gray - Country Goes To Town

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60718.

MG 20721   Frank D'Rone In Person

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60721.

MG 20722   Billy Taylor - Impromptu

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60722; Universal (J) UCCM 9126.

MG 20723   Tiny Hill Sings And Plays The Hits Of World War I

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60723.

MG 20724   Josh White - The Beginning

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60724.

MG 20725   The Tornados - Dig These Dances

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60725.

MG 20726   Hal Mooney - 50 Years Of Dancing

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60726.

MG 20727   The Best Of James O'Gwynn

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60727.

MG 20728   Saint Olaf Lutheran Choir - 50 Golden Years

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60728.

MG 20729   Dinah Washington - I Wanna Be Loved

Joe Newman, Clark Terry (trumpet) Ernie Wilkins (trumpet, arranger) Jimmy Cleveland, Kai Winding (trombone) Billy Byers (trombone, arranger) Al Cohn (tenor saxophone, arranger) Patti Bown (piano) George Barnes (guitar) unknown (bass) unknown (drums) Dinah Washington (vocals) The Dells (doo wop group) unidentified orchestra, Quincy Jones (conductor) Hal Mooney (arranger)
NYC, August 15, 1961
21151Don't Explain
21153Blue Gardenia
21156Everybody's Somebody's Fool
Dinah Washington (vocals) and others
NYC, August 17, 1961
21243Invitation
Dinah Washington (vocals) unidentified orchestra, Quincy Jones (arranger, conductor)
NYC, September 13, 1961
21334Sometimes I'm Happy
21335Let's Fall In Love
same personnel
NYC, September, 1961
21331God Bless The Child
21333A Stranger In Town
same personnel
NYC, late 1961
22020When Your Lover Has Gone
23055I Can't Face The Music
Joe Newman (trumpet) Billy Byers (trombone) Jack Wilson (piano) unidentified orchestra, Quincy Jones (arranger, conductor)
Chicago, IL, December 4, 1961
23173You're Crying
** also issued on Mercury SR 60729.

MG 20730   Clyde McCoy - Blue Prelude

Clyde McCoy (trumpet) unidentified orchestra
probably Universal Recording Corp., Chicago, IL, maybe 1962-1963?
Blue Prelude
Blind Mice Blues
Serenade In Blue
My Blue Heaven
Blue Hawaii
The Roof Blues
Am I Blue
Blue Tango
Jazz Me Blues
Blue Moon
Blue Champagne
Blue Skies
** also issued on Mercury SR 60730.

MG 20732   Ray Stevens With The Merry Melody Singers - 1,837 Seconds Of Humor

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60732.

MG 20736   Billy Eckstine - Don't Worry 'Bout Me

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60736.

MG 20737   Art Farmer - Benny Golson Jazztet - Another Git Together

Art Farmer (trumpet, flugelhorn) Grachan Moncur III (trombone) Benny Golson (tenor saxophone) Harold Mabern (piano) Herbie Lewis (bass) Roy McCurdy (drums)
Nola's Penthouse Sound Studios, NYC, May 28, 1962
21806 | PB8162Reggie
25547 | PB8215This Nearly Was Mine
same personnel
Nola's Penthouse Sound Studios, NYC, June 21, 1962
25556 | PB8223Domino
25563 | PB8224Another Git Together
25564 | PB8225Space Station
25565 | PB8226Along Came Betty
** also issued on Mercury SR 60737.
** part of Mosaic MD7-225.

MG 20739   David Carroll - Let's Dance To America's Waltz Favorites

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60739.

MG 20740   Brook Benton - Lie To Me / Singing The Blues

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60740.

MG 20742   The Gaylords - Party Style

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60742.

MG 20743   The Buddy DeFranco - Tommy Gumina Quartet - Kaleidoscope

Buddy DeFranco (clarinet) Tommy Gumina (accordion) John Doling (bass) William Mendenhall (drums)
Universal Recording Studios, Chicago, IL, August 2-3, 1962
26248What's New
26249Summertime
26250Now's The Time
26251Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise
26252Whisper Not
26253Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words)
26254Stella By Starlight
26255Like Someone In Love
26256Polly Wants A Tonic
26257Speak Low
** also issued on Mercury SR 60743.

MG 20744   Jan August Plays A Collection Of 27 Popular Classical Melodies

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60744.

MG 20745   Xavier Cugat - Most Popular Movie Hits As Styled By Cugat

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60745.

MG 20746   Eddie Layton At The Hammond Organ - All-Time 3/4 Time Hits

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60746.

MG 20747   George Jones/Margie Singleton - Duets Country Style

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60747.

MG 20748   Roland Kirk - Domino

Roland Kirk (tenor saxophone, manzello, stritch, flute) Wynton Kelly (piano) Vernon Martin (bass) Roy Haynes (drums)
Nola's Penthouse Sound Studios, NYC, April 18, 1962
24642 | PB7334Get Out Of Town
24643 | PB7335Rolando
24644 | PB7336I Believe In You
24647 | PB7339E.D.
Roland Kirk (tenor saxophone, manzello, stritch, flute) Andrew Hill (piano, celeste) Vernon Martin (bass) Henry Duncan (drums)
Ter-Mar Recording Studios, Chicago, IL, September 6, 1962
26420-2/3 | PB8999-2/3Meeting On Termini's Corner
26421-5 | PB9000-5Domino
26422-5 | PB9001-5Time
26423-11/7 | PB9002-11/73-In-1 Without The Oil
26424-1 | PB9003-1A Stritch In Time
26425-10 | PB9004-10Lament
** also issued on Mercury SR 60748, (J) EJD 3042; Verve 314 543 833-2.

MG 20749   The Folksters - New...In Folk

Paul Champion (banjo) Ken Hodges (guitar, bass, vocals) unknown (drums) Art Schill, Fred Williams (vocals)
Bell Sound Studios, NYC, August 10, 1962
26280(Legend Of) The Brown Mountain Light
26281Senora
26282Rock My Soul
26283Lighthouse
26284Sinner Man
26285Easter In Jail
26286Old King Cole
26287Young Girl
26288Fenario
26289Come To The Dance
26290Walk On In
26291The Fox
** also issued on Mercury SR 60749.

MG 20750   Clyde McPhatter - Rhythm And Soul

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60750.

MG 20751   Quincy Jones - Big Band Bossa Nova

Clark Terry (trumpet, flugelhorn) Jerome Richardson (alto flute, flute, woodwinds) Paul Gonsalves (tenor saxophone) Lalo Schifrin (piano) Chris White (bass) Rudy Collins (drums) Carlos Gomez, Jose Paula, Jack Del Rio (percussion) Phil Woods (tas) unidentified horn and brass, Quincy Jones (arranger, conductor)
A&R Recording Studio, NYC, September 4, 1962
22136Samba De Una Nota So (One Note Samba)
22137Boogie Bossa Nova (Boogie Stop Shuffle)
22138Manha De Carnaval (Morning Of The Carnival)
Woods plays (alto saxophone). 3 unknown (French horn) Jim Hall (guitar) replaces Terry, Gonsalves
A&R Recording Studio, NYC, September 7, 1962
22139Lalo Bossa Nova
22140On The Street Where You Live
22142Serenata
Clark Terry (trumpet, flugelhorn) Jerome Richardson (alto flute, flute, woodwinds) Lalo Schifrin (piano) Jim Hall (guitar) Chris White (bass) Rudy Collins (drums) Carlos Gomez, Jose Paula, Jack Del Rio (percussion) unidentified horn and brass, Quincy Jones (arranger, conductor)
A&R Recording Studio, NYC, September 8, 1962
22143Desafinado
22144Chega De Saudade (No More Blues)
Jerome Richardson (alto flute, flute, woodwinds) Roland Kirk (flute) Lalo Schifrin (piano) Chris White (bass) Rudy Collins (drums) Carlos Gomez, Jose Paula, Jack Del Rio (percussion) unidentified horn and brass, Quincy Jones (arranger, conductor)
A&R Recording Studio, NYC, September 12, 1962
22190Se E Tarde Me Pardoa (Forgive Me If I'm Late)
same personnel
A&R Recording Studio, NYC, September 13, 1962
22191Soul Bossa Nova
** also issued on Mercury SR 60751; Verve 314 557 913-2.

MG 20752   Rex Allen - Sings And Tells Tales

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60752.

MG 20756   Tom And Jerry - Guitar's Greatest Hits, Vol. II

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60756.

MG 20757   The Harry Simeone Chorale Sing Broadway's Best Shows 1963

The Harry Simeone Chorale
unknown location, date
Gonna Build A Mountain From "Stop The World - I Want To Get Off"
In Our Hideaway From "Mr. President"
What Kind Of Fool Am I From "Stop The World - I Want To Get Off"
Consider Yourself From "Oliver!"
I've Got Your Number From "Little Me"
Empty Pockets Filled With Love From "Mr. President"
This Is A Great Country From "Mr. President"
Little Me From "Little Me"
Who Will Buy From "Oliber!"
Typically English From "Stop The World - I Want To Get Off"
As Long As He Needs Me From "Oliber!"
Here's To Us From "Little Me"
** also issued on Mercury SR 60757.

MG 20758   Patti Page - On Stage

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60758.

MG 20759   The Platters - Moonlight Memories

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60759.

MG 20760   Max Roach - Parisian Sketches

Tommy Turrentine (trumpet) Julian Priester (trombone) Stanley Turrentine (tenor saxophone) Bob Boswell (bass) Max Roach (drums)
Barclay Studios, Paris, France, March 1, 1960
19900Petit Dejeuner
19901Un Nouveau Complet
19902Parisian Sketches: The Tower / The Champs / The Caves / The Left Bank / The Arch
same personnel
Barclay Studios, Paris, France, March 2, 1960
19898Nica
19899Liberte
** originally intended as Mercury MG 20594, SR 60253.
** also issued on Mercury SR 60760.

MG 20761   Shirley Horn - Loads Of Love

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60761; Universal (J) UCCM 9044.

MG 20763   Phil Moore - New York Sweet

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60763.

MG 20764   Eddie Layton/Buddy Morrow - A Collection Of 33 All-Time Dance Favorites

Buddy Morrow (trombone) Eddie Layton (organ) unknown (drums)
probably maybe 1962?
Medley: Does Your Heart Beat For Me / For Me And My Gal / It Must Be True / Pardon Me Pretty Baby
Medley: One Morning In May / Reaching For A Star / Lonesome And Sorry / Idaho
Medley: All My Love / Serenade In The Night / Serenata
Medley: The Greatest Mistake Of My Life / I'm Drowning My Sorrows / Just A Girl That Men Forget / Hard Boiled Rose
Medley: Hey Mr. Banjo / Who's Sorry Now / Ma / My Honey's Lovin' Arms
Medley: Don't Worry 'Bout Me / Solitude / Moonglow
Medley: Don't Cry My Love / Girl Of My Dreams / Red Roses For A Blue Lady / How Come You Do Me Like You Do
Medley: Stardust / Emaline / Sweet Lorraine
Medley: Billy / When My Sugar Walks Down The Street / Diga Diga Doo / When You're Smiling
** also issued on Mercury SR 60764.

MG 20765   Dinah Washington - This Is My Story, Vol. 1

Joe Newman (trumpet) Billy Byers (trombone -1,2,4/6, trombone, arranger -3) Jack Wilson (piano) unidentified orchestra, Quincy Jones (arranger, conductor -1,2,4/6, conductor -3)
Chicago, IL, December 4, 1961
1. 23167Mad About The Boy
2. 23168Mixed Emotions
3. 23169I Wanna Be Loved
4. 23170Make Believe Dreams
5. 23171If I Loved You
6. 23172Stormy Weather
Joe Newman (trumpet) Billy Byers (trombone) Jack Wilson (piano) unidentified orchestra, Quincy Jones (conductor -1,2,6, arranger, conductor -3/5) Al Cohn (arranger -1,6) Nat Pierce (arranger -2)
Chicago, IL, December, 1961
1. 23155Since I Fell For You
2. 23158Salty Papa Blues
3. 23160Trust In Me
4. 23162Tell Me Why
5. 23163It Isn't Fair
6. 23164Time Out For Tears
** also issued on Mercury SR 60765.
** part of Mercury MGP 2-103.

MG 20766   Listen To Art Farmer And The Orchestra

Ray Copeland, Rolf Ericson, Bernie Glow, Ernie Royal, Paul Serrano, Clark Terry, Snooky Young (trumpet) Art Farmer (flugelhorn) Jimmy Cleveland, Urbie Green, Tommy Mitchell (trombone) Paul Faulise, Tony Studd (bass trombone) Ray Alonge, Jim Buffington, Bob Northern (French horn) Danny Bank, Ray Beckenstein, Phil Bodner, Walt Levinsky, Romeo Penque, Stan Webb, Phil Woods (reeds) Tommy Flanagan (piano) Barry Galbraith, Jim Hall (guitar) George Duvivier (bass) Charlie Persip (drums) Ray Barretto, Willie Rodriguez (percussion) Oliver Nelson (arranger, conductor)
Webster Hall, NYC, August 10, 1962
26306 | PB8048 | PS4008My Romance
same personnel
Webster Hall, NYC, September 5, 1962
22159 | PB8940 | PS1898Rue Prevail
22160 | PB8941 | PS1899Raincheck
22161 | PB8942 | PS1900Street Of Dreams
same personnel
Webster Hall, NYC, September 20, 1962
22230 | PB5121 | PS1930Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words)
22231 | PB5122 | PS1931Naima
22232 | PB5123 | PS1932Ruby
22269 | PB5145 | PS1954The Sweetest Sounds
** also issued on Mercury SR 60766.
** part of Mosaic MD7-225.

MG 20767   Bobby Scott - When The Feeling Hits You

unidentified orchestra, Bobby Scott (arranger, piano)
NYC, February 21, 1962
24065I Gotta Run Now
24066Corina My Darling

MG 20768   Bob James - Bold Conceptions

Bob James (piano) Ron Brooks (bass) Bob Pozar (drums) Quincy Jones (producer)
Universal Recording Studios, Chicago, IL, August 13, 1962
22114Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words)
22115Birks' Works
22116Quest
22117The Night We Called It A Day
same personnel
Universal Recording Studios, Chicago, IL, August 14, 1962
22118Nardis
22121Trilogy
same personnel
Universal Recording Studios, Chicago, IL, August 15, 1962
26390My Love
26391Moment's Notice
** also issued on Mercury SR 60768.

MG 20769   Dinah Washington - This Is My Story, Vol. 2

Charles Davis (baritone saxophone) Jerome Richardson (saxophones) Milt Hinton (bass) David "Panama" Francis (drums) Dinah Washington (vocals) unidentified orchestra, Belford Hendricks (arranger, conductor)
February 19, 1959
18189I Won't Cry Anymore
18190What A Diff'rence A Day Makes
Joe Zawinul (piano) Brook Benton, Dinah Washington (vocals) unidentified orchestra, Belford Hendricks (arranger, conductor)
NYC, middle 1959
18863Baby (You've Got What It Takes)
Dinah Washington (vocals) unidentified orchestra, Belford Hendricks (arranger, conductor)
NYC, August, 1959
18818Unforgettable
add Joe Zawinul (piano)
NYC, October 6, 1959
19393This Bitter Earth
Dinah Washington (vocals) unidentified orchestra, Fred Norman (conductor) Belford Hendricks (arranger)
NYC, October 5-7, 1960
20532Harbor Lights
Nat Goodman (conductor) replaces Norman
NYC, November 12, 1960
20640Cold Cold Heart
20643September In The Rain
Joe Newman (trumpet) Billy Byers (trombone) Jack Wilson (piano) unidentified orchestra, Quincy Jones (arranger, conductor)
Chicago, IL, December 4, 1961
23619Teach Me Tonight
Joe Newman (trumpet) Billy Byers (trombone) Jack Wilson (piano) unidentified orchestra, Quincy Jones (conductor -1, arranger, conductor -2,3) Ernie Wilkins (arranger -1)
Chicago, IL, December, 1961
1. 23156Dream
2. 23157Such A Night
3. 23159I Don't Hurt Anymore
** also issued on Mercury SR 60769.
** part of Mercury MGP 2-103.

MG 20770   Anita Carter Sings Folk Songs Old And New

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60770.

MG 20771   Yeomen - Session One

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60771.

MG 20772   The Courriers - Carry On

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60772.

MG 20773   Lester Flatt/Earl Scruggs - The Original Sound

Joe Shoemate (fiddle) Earl Scruggs (banjo) Mac Wiseman (guitar) Lester Flatt (guitar, vocals) Howard Watts (bass)
WROL Studio, Knoxville, TN, fall 1948
2034My Cabin In Caroline
Art Wooten (fiddle) Curly Seckler (mandolin) Earl Scruggs (banjo) Lester Flatt (guitar, vocals) Howard Watts (bass)
Cincinnati, OH, April-May, 1949
2608Bouquet In Heaven
2610Why Don't You Tell Me So
Benny Sims (fiddle -1,2,4) Curly Seckler (mandolin, vocals -1,4, mandolin -2, vocals -3) Earl Scruggs (banjo, guitar -1,3, banjo -2, banjo, vocals -4) Lester Flatt (guitar, vocals) Howard Watts (bass -1,2,4, vocals -3)
Cincinnati, OH, December 11, 1949
1. 2663No Mother Or Dad
2. 2665Foggy Mountain Breakdown
3. 2666I'll Be Going To Heaven Sometime
4. 2668My Little Girl In Tennessee
** also issued on Mercury SR 60773.

MG 20774   Brook Benton - Golden Hits, Vol. 2

Brook Benton (vocals) unidentified orchestra, Belford Hendricks (arranger, conductor)
Fine Recording, NYC, December, 1959
19550Fools Rush In (Where Angels Fear To Tread)
same personnel
maybe 1961
20776It's Just A House Without You
** also issued on Mercury SR 60774.

MG 20775   Sil Austin Plays Folk Songs

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60775.

MG 20776   The Three Sounds - Play Jazz On Broadway

Gene Harris (piano) Andy Simpkins (bass) Bill Dowdy (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, December 14 & 15, 1962
22625Someone Nice Like You
22626Climb Ev'ry Mountain
22627Gonna Build A Mountain
22628You Don't Tell Me
22629Once In A Lifetime
22630The Sweetest Sounds
22631As Long As She Needs Me
22632What Kind Of Fool Am I
22633I'd Do Anything For You
22634Who Will Buy
22635If I Ever Would Leave You
22636I Believe In You
** also issued on Mercury SR 60776.

MG 20777   The Funny Side Of The Smothers Brothers (Think Ethnic!)

Dick Smothers, Tom Smothers (vocals, guitar)
probably "Cyristal Palace", St. Louis, MO, maybe 1962-1963?
Soap
Black Is The Color (Of My True Love's Hair)
The Fox
I Never Will Marry
Venezuelan Rain Dance
Daniel Boone
My Old Man
The Wreck Of The Old 49
Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
The Saga Of John Henry
Mary Was Pretty
** also issued on Mercury SR 60777.

MG 20778   Inman And Ira - Singing Spokesmen For The New Generation

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60778.

MG 20779   unknown artists - The Sound Of Lights (not released)

no details

MG 20780   The Knob Lick Upper 10,000

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60780.

MG 20781   Ernie Sheldon And Joyce James - Sing Of Laughter, Beauty And Compassion

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60781.

MG 20782   The Platters - All Time Movie Hits

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60782.

MG 20783   Clyde McPhatter's Greatest Hits

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60783.

MG 20784   OST - 40 Pounts Of Trouble

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60784.

MG 20785   Faron Young - This Is Faron

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60785.

MG 20786   David Carroll - Today's Top Hits

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60786.

MG 20787   First Church Of Deliverance Choir - Songs Of Deliverance

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60787.

MG 20788   Dinah Washington - Golden Hits, Vol. 1

Joe Morris (trumpet) Rudy Rutherford (clarinet) Arnett Cobb (tenor saxophone) Lionel Hampton (vibraphone) Milt Buckner (piano) Vernon King (bass) Fred Radcliffe (drums) Dinah Washington (vocals)
NYC, December 29, 1943
LHS3Salty Papa Blues
Charles Davis (baritone saxophone) Jerome Richardson (saxophones) Milt Hinton (bass) David "Panama" Francis (drums) Dinah Washington (vocals) unidentified orchestra, Belford Hendricks (arranger, conductor)
February 19, 1959
18190What A Diff'rence A Day Makes
Joe Zawinul (piano) Dinah Washington (vocals) unidentified orchestra, Belford Hendricks (arranger, conductor)
NYC, October 6, 1959
19393This Bitter Earth
Dinah Washington (vocals) unidentified orchestra, Nat Goodman (conductor) Belford Hendricks (arranger)
NYC, November 12, 1960
20643September In The Rain
Joe Newman (trumpet) Billy Byers (trombone -1,2,4, trombone, arranger -3) Jack Wilson (piano) unidentified orchestra, Quincy Jones (arranger, conductor -1,2,4, conductor -3)
Chicago, IL, December 4, 1961
1. 23167Mad About The Boy
2. 23168Mixed Emotions
3. 23169I Wanna Be Loved
4. 23171If I Loved You
Joe Newman (trumpet) Billy Byers (trombone) Jack Wilson (piano) unidentified orchestra, Nat Pierce (arranger -2) Al Cohn (arranger -4) Quincy Jones (arranger, conductor -1,3, conductor -2,4)
Chicago, IL, December, 1961
1. 23157Such A Night
2. 23158Salty Papa Blues
3. 23160Trust In Me
4. 23164Time Out For Tears
** also issued on Mercury SR 60788.

MG 20789   Dinah Washington - Golden Hits, Vol. 2

Charles Davis (baritone saxophone) Jerome Richardson (saxophones) Milt Hinton (bass) David "Panama" Francis (drums) Dinah Washington (vocals) unidentified orchestra, Belford Hendricks (arranger, conductor)
February 19, 1959
18189I Won't Cry Anymore
Joe Zawinul (piano) Brook Benton, Dinah Washington (vocals) unidentified orchestra, Belford Hendricks (arranger, conductor)
NYC, middle 1959
18863Baby (You've Got What It Takes)
Dinah Washington (vocals) unidentified orchestra, Belford Hendricks (arranger, conductor)
NYC, August, 1959
18818Unforgettable
Dinah Washington (vocals) unidentified orchestra, Nat Goodman (conductor) Belford Hendricks (arranger)
NYC, November 12, 1960
20640Cold Cold Heart
Joe Newman (trumpet) Billy Byers (trombone) Jack Wilson (piano) unidentified orchestra, Quincy Jones (arranger, conductor)
Chicago, IL, December 4, 1961
23170Make Believe Dreams
23172Stormy Weather
23619Teach Me Tonight
Joe Newman (trumpet) Billy Byers (trombone) Jack Wilson (piano) unidentified orchestra, Quincy Jones (conductor -1,2, arranger, conductor -3/5) Al Cohn (arranger -1) Ernie Wilkins (arranger -2)
Chicago, IL, December, 1961
1. 23155Since I Fell For You
2. 23156Dream
3. 23159I Don't Hurt Anymore
4. 23162Tell Me Why
5. 23163It Isn't Fair
** also issued on Mercury SR 60789.

MG 20790   Gisele MacKenzie - Songs Of Loser's Lulabies

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60790.

MG 20795   Various Artists - Spring Is Here

Walt Stewart (trumpet) Buddy Morrow (trombone, leader) Dick Johnson (alto saxophone) Scott LaFaro (bass) unidentified orchestra
Universal Recording Studios, Chicago, IL, 1956
14584With The Wind And The Rain In Your Hair
Harry Edison (trumpet) Billy Eckstine, Sarah Vaughan (vocals) unidentified orchestra, Hal Mooney (conductor)
NYC, April 24, 1957
15319Easter Parade
Eddie Heywood (piano) Albert Lucas (bass) Bobby Donaldson, David "Panama" Francis (drums)
Fine Recording, NYC, March, 1960?
19839April In Paris
** also issued on Mercury SR 60795.

MG 20796   Billy Eckstine - Golden Hits

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60796.

MG 20797   Hugh Masekela - Trumpet Africaine - The New Beat From South Africa

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60797.

MG 20798   Xavier Cugat - Cugat's Golden Goodies

no details
** also issued on Mercury SR 60798.

MG 20799   Quincy Jones - Plays Hip Hits

Al DeRisi, Joe Newman, Jimmy Nottingham, Ernie Royal, Clark Terry, Snooky Young (trumpet) Billy Byers, Jimmy Cleveland, Paul Faulise, Quentin Jackson, Melba Liston, Tom Mitchell, Santo Russo, Kai Winding (trombone) Ray Alonge, Jim Buffington, Earl Chapin, Paul Ingraham, Fred Klein, Bob Northern, Willie Ruff, Julius Watkins (French horn) Jay McAllister, Bill Stanley (tuba) Charles McCoy (harmonica) Al Cohn, Budd Johnson, Roland Kirk, Walt Levinsky, James Moody, Romeo Penque, Seldon Powell, Jerome Richardson, Zoot Sims, Frank Wess, Phil Woods (woodwinds) Patti Bown, Lalo Schifrin, Bobby Scott (piano, organ) Kenny Burrell, Jim Hall, Sam Herman, Wayne Wright (guitar) Art Davis, George Duvivier, Milt Hinton, Major Holley, Ben Tucker, Chris White (bass) Rudy Collins, Osie Johnson, Ed Shaughnessy (drums) James Johnson (timpani) Bill Costa, Jack Del Rio, George Devens, Charles Gomez, Jose Paula (percussion) Quincy Jones (arranger, conductor)
NYC, June 15, 1962
25135A Taste Of Honey
Clark Terry (trumpet, flugelhorn) Jerome Richardson (alto flute, flute, woodwinds) Lalo Schifrin (piano) Jim Hall (guitar) Chris White (bass) Rudy Collins (drums) Carlos Gomez, Jose Paula, Jack Del Rio (percussion) unidentified horn and brass, Quincy Jones (arranger, conductor)
A&R Recording Studio, NYC, September 8, 1962
22143Desafinado
Al DeRisi, Joe Newman, Jimmy Nottingham, Ernie Royal, Clark Terry, Snooky Young (trumpet) Billy Byers, Jimmy Cleveland, Paul Faulise, Quentin Jackson, Melba Liston, Tom Mitchell, Santo Russo, Kai Winding (trombone) Ray Alonge, Jim Buffington, Earl Chapin, Paul Ingraham, Fred Klein, Bob Northern, Willie Ruff, Julius Watkins (French horn) Jay McAllister, Bill Stanley (tuba) Charles McCoy (harmonica) Al Cohn, Budd Johnson, Roland Kirk, Walt Levinsky, James Moody, Romeo Penque, Seldon Powell, Jerome Richardson, Zoot Sims, Frank Wess, Phil Woods (woodwinds) Patti Bown, Lalo Schifrin, Bobby Scott (piano, organ) Kenny Burrell, Jim Hall, Sam Herman, Wayne Wright (guitar) Art Davis, George Duvivier, Milt Hinton, Major Holley, Ben Tucker, Chris White (bass) Rudy Collins, Osie Johnson, Ed Shaughnessy (drums) James Johnson (timpani) Bill Costa, Jack Del Rio, George Devens, Charles Gomez, Jose Paula (percussion) Quincy Jones (arranger, conductor)
NYC, April 9, 1963
Comin' Home Baby
** also issued on Mercury SR 60799; Universal (J) UCCM 9152.