Pacific Jazz Records Catalog: 10100/20100 series

New Pacific Jazz/World Pacific Jazz/World Pacific 10100/20100 series (12 inch LP)

PJ-10101   Gil Fuller And The Monterey Jazz Festival Orchestra Featuring James Moody - Night Flight

Conte Candoli, Melvin Moore, Al Porcino, Jimmy Zito (trumpet) Lou Blackburn, Bob Enevoldsen, Ernie Tack (trombone) Sam Cassano, Alan Robinson, Gale Robinson (French horn) Gabe Baltazar, James Moody (alto sax, flute) Clifford Scott (alto, tenor sax) Ira Schulman (tenor sax, clarinet) Bill Hood (baritone sax) Bill Green (baritone sax, bass clarinet) Mike Wofford (piano) George Semper (organ) Chuck Berghofer (bass) Chuck Flores (drums) Francisco Aguabella (congas, bongos) Gil Fuller (leader)
Western Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, December 14, 23 & 24, 1965
Tin Tin Deo
I'm In The Mood For Love
Night Flight
Our Man Flint
Seesaw
Batucada Surgiu
17 Mile Drive
A Patch Of Blue
Latin Lady
Blues For A Debutante
Sweets For My Sweet
Wild Chestnuts
** also issued on Pacific Jazz ST-20101.

PJ-10102   Gerry Mulligan - Paris Concert

Bob Brookmeyer (valve trombone) Gerry Mulligan (baritone sax) Red Mitchell (bass) Frank Isola (drums)
"Salle Pleyel", Paris, France, June 1, 1954
Motel
V8181Bernie's Tune
V8182Walkin' Shoes
same personnel
"Salle Pleyel", Paris, France, June 3, 1954
Soft Shoe
V8188Five Brothers
Makin' Whoopee
same personnel
"Salle Pleyel", Paris, France, June 7, 1954
V8184Moonlight In Vermont
V8185Laura
V8186Love Me Or Leave Me
V8187Come Out Wherever You Are
** also issued on World Pacific Jazz ST-20102.

PJ-10103   The Zimbo Trio

Amilton Godoy as Hamilton Godoy (piano) Luiz Chaves (bass) Rubens Barsotti as Rubinho (drums)
Sao Paulo, Brazil, released 1964
Zimbo Samba
Menina Flor
Garota De Ipanema
Consolacao
Diz Que Fui Por Ai
Sou Sem Paz
Vivo Sonhando
So Por Amor
Amilton Godoy as Hamilton Godoy (piano) Luiz Chaves (bass) Rubens Barsotti as Rubinho Barsotti (drums)
Sao Paulo, Brazil, released 1965
Balanco Zona Sul
Reza
Garota De Charme
O Rei Triste
** also issued on Pacific Jazz ST-20103.

PJ-10104   Wes Montgomery - Easy Groove

Freddie Hubbard (trumpet) Waymon "Punchy" Atkinson, Alonzo "Pookie" Johnson (tenor sax) Buddy Montgomery (vibes) Joe Bradley (piano) Wes Montgomery (guitar) Monk Montgomery (Fender electric bass) Paul Parker (drums)
Indianapolis, IN, December 30, 1957
Bock To Bock
Harold Land (tenor sax) Buddy Montgomery (piano) Wes Montgomery (guitar) Monk Montgomery (Fender electric bass) Tony Bazley (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, April 18, 1958
4321Far Wes
4322Leila
4323Old Folks
Wes' Tune
Hymn For Carl
Stompin' At The Savoy
Buddy Montgomery (vibes) Richie Crabtree (piano) Wes Montgomery (guitar) Monk Montgomery (Fender electric bass) Benny Barth (drums)
Forum Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, April 22, 1958
Baubles, Bangles And Beads
** also issued on Pacific Jazz ST-20104.

PJ-10105   Richard "Groove" Holmes - Tell It Like It Tis

Lawrence "Tricky" Lofton (trombone) Ben Webster (tenor sax) Les McCann (piano) Richard "Groove" Holmes (organ) George Freeman (guitar) Ron Jefferson (drums)
Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA, March, 1961
Licks A Plenty
Gene Ammons (tenor sax) Richard Holmes (organ) Gene Edwards (guitar) Leroy Henderson (drums)
"The Black Orchid", Los Angeles, CA, night, August 15, 1961
Hittin' The Jug
Richard "Groove" Holmes (organ) Gene Edwards (guitar) Leroy Henderson (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, 1961
Blow The Man Down
Denice
Later
Secret Love
Richard "Groove" Holmes (organ) Joe Pass (guitar) Lawrence Marable (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, 1962
This Here
It Might As Well Be Spring
** also issued on Pacific Jazz ST-20105.

PJ-10106   The Jazz Crusaders - Talk That Talk

Wayne Henderson (trombone) Wilton Felder (tenor sax) Joe Sample (piano) Stix Hooper (drums) and Leroy Vinnegar (bass) plus overdubs: unidentified big band
Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA, February 7, 1966
Walkin' My Cat Named Dog
Studewood
I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me
There Is A Time (Le Temps)
Hey Girl
Uptight (Everything's Alright)
Arrastao
Mohair Sam
Walk On By
1, 2, 3
The Shadow Do
Turkish Black
** also issued on Pacific Jazz ST-20106.

PJ-10107   Les McCann - A Bag Of Gold

Les McCann (piano) Herbie Lewis (bass) Ron Jefferson (drums)
Rex Productions Studio, Hollywood, CA, August 3, 1960
Gone On And Get That Church
The Truth
We'll See Yaw'll After While, Ya Heah
Les McCann (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Paul Humphrey (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, October 30 or 29, 1963
Fish This Week
(13197)Kathleen's Theme
Les McCann (piano) Victor Gaskin (bass) Paul Humphrey (drums)
"After Hours Concert", "The Esquire Theater", Los Angeles, CA, circa 1964
The Shampoo
(Shades Of) Spanish Onions
The Shout
** also issued on Pacific Jazz ST-20107.

PJ-10108   Chico Hamilton - Jazz Milestones Series

Buddy Collette (tenor, alto sax, clarinet, flute) Fred Katz (cello) Jim Hall (guitar) Carson Smith (bass) Chico Hamilton (drums)
Music Box Theatre, Hollywood, CA, February 10 & 13, 1956
Taking A Chance On Love
Topsy
Sleep
Paul Horn (alto, tenor sax, flute, clarinet) Fred Katz (cello) John Pisano (guitar) Carson Smith (bass) Chico Hamilton (drums)
Forum Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, October 21 & 24, 1956
Siete-Cuatro
ST-1895Satin Doll
Soft Winds
Caravan
I Know (Theme)
Eric Dolphy (alto sax, flute) Nathan Gershman (cello) John Pisano (guitar) Hal Gaylor (bass) Chico Hamilton (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, circa April, 1958
In A Sentimental Mood
I'm Beginning To See The Light
Paul Horn (alto sax, flute) Buddy Collette (tenor, alto sax) Fred Katz (cello) Jim Hall (guitar) Carson Smith (bass) Chico Hamilton (drums)
Sound Enterprises, Hollywood, CA, January 9 & 12, 1959
Take The "A" Train
** also issued on Pacific Jazz ST-20108.

PJ-10109   Richard "Groove" Holmes - Jazz Milestones Series

Lawrence "Tricky" Lofton (trombone) Ben Webster (tenor sax) Les McCann (piano) Richard "Groove" Holmes (organ) George Freeman (guitar) Ron Jefferson (drums)
Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA, March, 1961
E7697That Healin' Feelin'
Deep Purple
Gene Ammons (tenor sax) Richard Holmes (organ) Gene Edwards (guitar) Leroy Henderson (drums)
"The Black Orchid", Los Angeles, CA, night, August 15, 1961
Good Vibrations (aka Happy Blues)
Richard "Groove" Holmes (organ) Gene Edwards (guitar) Leroy Henderson (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, 1961
Hallelujah, I Love Her So
After Hours
Secret Love
Clifford Scott as Joe Splink (tenor sax) Les McCann (piano) Richard "Groove" Holmes (organ) Joe Pass (guitar) Ron Jefferson (drums)
Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA, April, 1962
E9120Comin' Through The Apple
Richard "Groove" Holmes (organ) Joe Pass (guitar) Lawrence Marable (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, 1962
Sweatin'
** also issued on Pacific Jazz ST-20109.

PJ-10110   Bud Shank And The Sax Section

Bill Perkins, Bud Shank (alto sax) Bob Cooper, Bob Hardaway (tenor sax) John Lowe, Jack Nimitz (baritone sax) Dennis Budimir (guitar) Ray Brown (bass) Larry Bunker (drums) Bob Florence (arranger, conductor)
Los Angeles, CA, December, 1966
Summer Samba (So Nice)
On A Clear Day (You Can See Forever)
Sidewinder
Summertime
And I Love Her
The Grass Is Greener
The Work Song
Reza
Take Five
Here's That Rainy Day
A Time For Love
Senor Blues
** also issued on Pacific Jazz ST-20110.

PJ-10111   Gerald Wilson Orchestra - The Golden Sword (Torero Impressions In Jazz)

Jules Chaikin, Freddie Hill, Mel Moore, Jimmy Owens, Al Porcino (trumpet) John Ewing, Lester Robertson (trombone) Mike Barone (trombone, arranger -2) Ernie Tack (bass trombone) William Green (flute, piccolo) Jimmy Woods (soprano, alto sax) Anthony Ortega (alto sax, flute) Teddy Edwards, Harold Land (tenor sax) Jack Nimitz (baritone sax) Roy Ayers (vibes) Jack Wilson (piano) Buddy Woodson (bass) Mel Lee (drums) Max Garduno (congas) Gerald Wilson (arranger, maracas)
TTG Sound Studios, Hollywood, CA, June 21, 1966
1.Carlos
2.The Feather (From "Teotihuacan Suite")
3.The Serpent (From "Teotihuacan Suite")
Jules Chaikin, Freddie Hill, Nat Meeks, Mel Moore, Al Porcino (trumpet) Mike Barone, John Ewing, Lester Robertson (trombone) Ernie Tack (bass trombone) William Green (flute, piccolo) Jimmy Woods (soprano, alto sax) Anthony Ortega (alto sax, flute) Teddy Edwards, Harold Land (tenor sax) Jack Nimitz (baritone sax) Roy Ayers (vibes) Jack Wilson (piano) Buddy Woodson (bass) Mel Lee (drums) Max Garduno (congas) Gerald Wilson (arranger, maracas)
TTG Sound Studios, Hollywood, CA, July 8, 1966
The Golden Sword
Chanson Du Feu Follet (Song Of The Mad Fire)
Blues Latinese
Conte Candoli, Jules Chaikin, Freddie Hill, Mel Moore, Al Porcino (trumpet) John Ewing, Lester Robertson (trombone) Mike Barone (trombone, arranger -4) Ernie Tack (bass trombone) William Green (flute, piccolo) Anthony Ortega (alto sax, flute) Teddy Edwards, Harold Land (tenor sax) Jack Nimitz (baritone sax) Victor Feldman (vibes) Jack Wilson (piano) Laurindo Almeida (guitar) Buddy Woodson (bass) Mel Lee (drums) Max Garduno (congas) Dick Grove (arranger -2) Gerald Wilson (arranger, director, maracas)
TTG Sound Studios, Hollywood, CA, August 19, 1966
1.Man Of La Mancha
2.The Breeze And I
3.Mi Corazon (My Heart)
4.La Mentira (The Lie)
** also issued on Pacific Jazz ST-20111. Discovery DS-901 entitled "The Golden Sword: Torero Impressions In Jazz".
** part of Mosaic MD5-198.

PJ-10112   Don Ellis Orchestra - 'Live' At Monterey!

Don Ellis, Paul Lopez, Glenn Stuart, Ed Warren, Alan Weight (trumpet) Ron Myers, Dave Wells (trombone) Terry Woodson (bass trombone) Ruben Leon (alto, soprano sax, flute) Tom Scott (alto sax, saxello, flute) Ira Schulman, Ron Starr (tenor sax, clarinet) John Magruder (baritone sax, clarinet) Dave Mackay (organ, piano) Chuck Domanico, Ray Neapolitan, Frank De La Rosa (bass) Steve Bohannon, Alan Estes (drums) Chino Valdes (congas, bongos)
"Monterey Jazz Festival", Monterey, CA, September 18, 1966
33 222 1 222
Passacaglia And Fugue
Concerto For Trumpet
New Nine
** also issued on Pacific Jazz ST-20112, CDP 7243 4 94768 2 0.

PJ-10113   Buddy Rich - Swingin' New Big Band

Walter Battagello, Yoshito Murakami, Robert Shew, John Sottile (trumpet) Johnny Boice, James Trimble (trombone) Dennis Allan Good, Mike Waverley (bass trombone) Daniel Quill (alto sax, clarinet) Peter Yellin (alto sax, clarinet, flute) Jay Corre, Martin Flax (tenor sax, clarinet, flute) Stephen Perlow (baritone sax, bass clarinet) John Bunch (piano) Barry Zweig (guitar) Carson Smith (bass) Buddy Rich (drums)
"Chez Club", Hollywood, CA, September 29, 1966
Basically Blues
My Man's Gone Now
More Soul
same personnel
"Chez Club", Hollywood, CA, September 30, 1966
Readymix
Critic's Choice
same personnel
"Chez Club", Hollywood, CA, October 1, 1966
Uptight (Everything's Alright)
same personnel
RCA Victor Studios, Hollywood, CA, October 10, 1966
Sister Sadie
West Side Story Medley: Overture / Cool / Something's Coming / Somewhere
** also issued on Pacific Jazz ST-20113, CDP 7243 8 35232 2 1.

PJ-10114   The Zimbo Trio - The Brazilian Sound / Restrained Excitement

Amilton Godoy as Hamilton Godoy (piano) Luiz Chaves (bass) Rubens Barsotti as Rubinho Barsotti (drums)
Estudio RGE, Sao Paulo, Brazil, released 1966
Kao, Xango
Bocoxe
It Could Only Happen With You (So Tinha De Ser Com Voce)
Slum (Favela)
Tomorrow (Amanha)
Veloso's Samba (Samba Do Veloso)
Just To Hurt My Heart (P'ra Machucar Meu Coracao)
Jequibau (No Balanco Do Jequibau)
To Live Happily (Pra Viver Feliz)
Goodbye Sadness (Tristeza)
Water To Drink (Agua De Beber)
** also issued on Pacific Jazz ST-20114.

PJ-10115   The Jazz Crusaders Recorded Live At The Newport And Pacific Jazz Festivals 1966 - The Festival Album

Wayne Henderson (trombone) Wilton Felder (tenor sax) Joe Sample (piano) Stix Hooper (drums) and Herbie Lewis (bass)
"Newport Jazz Festival", Newport, RI, July 4, 1966
Young Rabbits
Freedom Sound
Wayne Henderson (trombone) Wilton Felder (tenor sax) Joe Sample (piano) Stix Hooper (drums) and Jimmy Bond (bass)
"Pacific Jazz Festival", Costa Mesa, CA, October 8, 1966
Trance Dance
A Summer Madness (as Summer's Madness)
** also issued on Pacific Jazz ST-20115, 7243 5 60435 2 7.

PJ-10116   The Jazz Corps Under The Direction Of Tommy Peltier Featuring Roland Kirk

Tommy Peltier (trumpet, flugelhorn, director) Fred Rodriguez (tenor, alto sax, flute) Lynn Blessing (vibes) Bill Plummer (bass) Maurice Miller (drums) featuring Roland Kirk (tenor sax, flute, manzello, stritch)
Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA, October 11 & 12, 1966
Harplyness
Serenity
Peru-T
Another Plum
Chalan Pago
Le Blessing
Meanwhile
** also issued on Pacific Jazz ST-20116.

PJ-10117   The Buddy Rich Big Band - Big Swing Face

Charles Findley, Yoshito Murakami, John Scottile, Bobby Shew (trumpet) Ron Meyers, Jim Trimble (trombone) Bill Wimberly (bass trombone) Quin Davis (alto sax) Ernie Watts (alto sax, flute) Jay Corre, Robert Keller (tenor sax, flute) Marty Flax (baritone sax) Ray Starling (piano) Richard Resnicoff (guitar) James Gannon (bass) Buddy Rich (drums)
"Chez Club", Hollywood, CA, February 22, 1967
Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)
Wack Wack
Love For Sale
Bugle Call Rag
same personnel
"Chez Club", Hollywood, CA, February 23, 1967
Big Swing Face
Willowcrest
same personnel
"Chez Club", Hollywood, CA, February 24, 1967
Mexicali Nose
add plus an overdub: Cathy Rich (vocals)
"Chez Club", Hollywood, CA, February 25, 1967;
United Recording, Hollywood, CA, 1967
The Beat Goes On
omit Cathy Rich
United Recording, Hollywood, CA, March 10, 1967
Monitor Theme
** also issued on World Pacific Jazz ST-20117; Pacific Jazz CDP 7243 8 37989 2 6.

PJ-10118   The Gerald Wilson Orchestra - Live And Swinging!

Gary Barone, Dick Forrest, Larry McGuire, Al Porcino, Alex Rodriguez, Charles Tolliver (trumpet) Thurman Green, Lester Robinson (trombone) Mike Barone (trombone, arranger -3) Don Switzer (bass trombone) Ramon Bojorquez, Anthony Ortega (alto sax) Hadley Caliman, Harold Land (tenor sax) Howard Johnson (baritone sax, tuba) Phil Moore III (piano) Jack Wilson (organ) Buddy Woodson (bass) Carl Lott (drums) Gerald Wilson (arranger) Dick Grove (arranger -1)
"Marty's On The Hill", Los Angeles, CA, March 31, 1967
1.I Should Care
2.I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good)
3.Misty
Gary Barone, Dick Forrest, Larry McGuire, Al Porcino, Alex Rodriguez (trumpet) Charles Tolliver (trumpet, arranger -1) Thurman Green, Lester Robinson (trombone) Mike Barone (trombone, arranger -3) Don Switzer (bass trombone) Ramon Bojorquez, Anthony Ortega (alto sax) Hadley Caliman, Harold Land (tenor sax) Howard Johnson (baritone sax, tuba) Phil Moore III (piano) Jack Wilson (organ) Buddy Woodson (bass) Carl Lott (drums) Gerald Wilson (arranger)
"Marty's On The Hill", Los Angeles, CA, April 1, 1967
1.Paper Man
2.The "It's" Where It's At
3.Blues For A Scorpio
4.Li'l Darlin'
5.Viva Tirado
** also issued on Pacific Jazz ST-20118.
** part of Mosaic MD5-198.

PJ-10119   Booker Ervin - Structurally Sound

Charles Tolliver (trumpet) Booker Ervin (tenor sax) John Hicks (piano) Red Mitchell (bass) Lenny McBrowne (drums)
Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA, December 14, 1966
Boo's Blues
You're My Everything
same personnel
Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA, December 15, 1966
Berkshire Blues
Franess
Take The "A" Train
same personnel
Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA, December 16, 1966
Dancing In The Dark
Stolen Moments
Deep Night
** also issued on Pacific Jazz ST-20119; Blue Note 7243 5 27545 2 6.

PJ-10120   Les McCann - From The Top Of The Barrel

Les McCann (piano) Leroy Vinnegar (bass) Ron Jefferson (drums)
"The Bit", Hollywood, CA, July 16 & 17, 1960
Three Slaves
On Green Dolphin Street
Set Call
Les McCann (piano) Herbie Lewis (bass) Ron Jefferson (drums)
"The Jazz Workshop", San Francisco, CA, December, 1960
Frankie And Johnny
Medley: But Beautiful / It Could Happen To You
Taking A Chance On Love
Love Letters
** also issued on Pacific Jazz ST-20120.

PJ-10121   Victor Feldman Plays Everything In Sight

Victor Feldman (piano, vibes, drums, Novachord, alto vibes, timpani, electric piano, electric Fender bass piano, organ, marimba, xylophone, conga drums, tambourine, chocalho, jawbone, cabasa, cowbell, triangle, squeak sticks, sand blocks)
Los Angeles, CA, early-mid 1967
You And Me
Sure As You're Born
The Sunset
Do The Jake
Geronimo
This Door Swings Booth Ways
Have A Heart
In The Mood
By Myself
Sunshine Superman
** also issued on Pacific Jazz ST-20121.

PJ-10122   Roger Kellaway Featuring Tom Scott - Spirit Feel

Tom Scott (alto, soprano sax) Roger Kellaway (piano) Chuck Domanico (bass) John Guerin (drums) with Paul Beaver (tape recorder -1,8) Red Mitchell (bass -8)
Los Angeles, CA, early-mid 1967
1.Spirit Feel
2.Portrait
3.Ten To Five
4.Witchwatcher
5.Blues For Hari
6.One, Two, Three, Four, Five
7.Comme Ci Comme Ca (Clopin-Clopant)
8.Double-Fault
** also issued on Pacific Jazz ST-20122.

PJ-10123   The Don Ellis Orchestra - Live In 3 2/3 /4 Time

Don Ellis, Bob Harmon, Glenn Stuart, Ed Warren, Alan Weight (trumpet) Ron Myers, Dave Wells (trombone) Terry Woodson (bass trombone) Ruben Leon (alto, soprano sax, flute) Tom Scott (alto sax, saxello, flute) Ira Schulman, Ron Starr (tenor sax, flute, clarinet) John Magruder (baritone sax, flute, clarinet, bass clarinet) Dave Mackay (piano) Chuck Domanico, Ray Neapolitan, Frank De La Rosa (bass) Steve Bohannon (drums) Alan Estes (drums, timbales) Chino Valdes (congas, bongos)
"Pacific Jazz Festival", Costa Mesa, CA, October 10, 1966
Orientation
Angel Eyes
Freedom Dance (as Freedom Jazz Dance)
Don Ellis, Bob Harmon, Glenn Stuart, Ed Warren, Alan Weight (trumpet) Dave Sanchez, Dave Wells (trombone) Terry Woodson (bass trombone) Ruben Leon (alto, soprano sax, flute) Joe Roccisano (alto, soprano sax, flute, clarinet) Ira Schulman, Ron Starr (tenor sax, flute, clarinet) John Magruder (baritone sax, flute, clarinet, bass clarinet) Dave Mackay (piano) Ray Neapolitan, Dave Parlato, Frank De La Rosa (bass) Steve Bohannon (drums) Alan Estes (drums, timbales) Chino Valdes (congas, bongos) Mark Stevens (percussion)
"Shelly's Manne-Hole", Hollywood, CA, March 27, 1967
Barnum's Revenge
Upstart
Thetis
** also issued on Pacific Jazz ST-20123, 7243 5 23996 2 8.

PJ-10124   The Jazz Crusaders - Uh Huh

Wayne Henderson (trombone) Wilton Felder (tenor sax) Joe Sample (piano) "Stix" Hooper (drums) and Charles "Buster" Williams (bass)
Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA, May 15, 1967
Blue Monday
Night Theme
Uh Huh
Air Waves
Ice Water
(16536)Watts Happening
** also issued on Pacific Jazz ST-20124.
** part of Mosaic MD6-230.

PJ-10125   Johnny Lytle - Done It Again

Johnny Lytle (vibes, xylophone) Jimmy Foster (organ) Major Holley (bass) William Hinnant (drums) Don Alias (congas)
NYC, early-mid 1967
Done It Again
People
Sunny
Sleepy Dozer
Zote
Jungle Child
If Ever I Should Leave You
That's The Way I Feel
The Nearness Of You
Happy Preacher
** also issued on Pacific Jazz ST-20125.

PJ-10126   The Buddy Rich Big Band - The New One!

Charles Findley, Oliver Mitchell, Yoshito Murakami, John Sotille (trumpet) John Boice, Robert Brawn, James Trimble (trombone) James Mosher, Ernest Watts (alto sax) Jay Corre, Robert Keller (tenor sax) Meyer Hirsch (baritone sax) Ray Starling (piano) Richard Resnicoff (guitar) James Gannon (bass) Buddy Rich (drums)
Western Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, June 16, 1967
New Blues
I Can't Get Started
Group Shot
same personnel
Western Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, June 26, 1967
Chicago
Luv
same personnel
Western Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, June 27, 1967
Away We Go
Machine
Something For Willie
Standing Up In A Hammock
Charles Findley, Russell Iverson, Yoshito Murakami, John Sotille (trumpet) Samuel Burtis, Jack Spurlock (trombone) Robert Brawn (bass trombone) Charles Owens, Ernest Watts (alto sax) Pascel LaBarbera (tenor sax) Jay Corre (tenor sax, flute, clarinet) Frank Capi (baritone sax) Russel Turner Jr. (piano) Richard Resnicoff (guitar) Ronald Fudoli (bass) Buddy Rich (drums)
Western Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, December 5, 1967
The Rotten Kid
Diabolus
** also issued on Pacific Jazz ST-20126, 7243 4 94507 2 1.

PJ-10127   Booker Ervin - Booker 'N' Brass

Freddie Hubbard, Charles Tolliver, Richard Williams (trumpet) Ray Copeland (trumpet, flugelhorn) Garnett Brown, Bennie Green (trombone) Benny Powell (bass trombone) Booker Ervin (tenor sax) Kenny Barron (piano) Reggie Johnson (string bass) Leonard McBrowne (drums) Teddy Edwards (arranger, conductor)
Webster Hall, NYC, September 12, 1967
L.A. After Dark (master-take 6)
Baltimore Oriole
St. Louis Blues
John Coles, Richard Williams (trumpet) Martin Banks, Ray Copeland (trumpet, flugelhorn) Bennie Green, Britt B. Woodman (trombone) Benny Powell (bass trombone) Booker Ervin (tenor sax) Kenny Barron (piano) Reggie Johnson (bass) Leonard McBrowne (drums) Teddy Edwards (arranger, conductor)
Webster Hall, NYC, September 13, 1967
East Dallas Special
I Lost My Sugar In Salt Lake City
Kansas City
Martin Banks, Ray Copeland, Freddie Hubbard, Richard Williams (trumpet) Garnett Brown, Bennie Green (trombone) Booker Ervin (tenor sax) Kenny Barron (piano) Reggie Johnson (bass) Leonard McBrowne (drums) Teddy Edwards (arranger, conductor)
Webster Hall, NYC, September 14, 1967
Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans
Harlem Nocturne
I Left My Heart In San Francisco
** also issued on Pacific Jazz ST-20127, CDP 7243 4 94509 2 9.

PJ-10128   Victor Feldman - The Venezuela Joropo

Bill Perkins (flute, alto flute) Victor Feldman (vibes, marimba, harpsichord) Dennis Budimir (guitar) Monty Budwig (bass) Colin Bailey (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, 1967
Caracas Nights
The Shadow Of Your Smile (La Sombra De Tu Sonrisa)
Pavane
Summer Island (Islas Del Verano)
Bill Perkins (flute, alto flute) Dorothy Remson (harp) Emil Richards (vibes, marimba) Victor Feldman (vibes, marimba, harpsichord) Al Hendrickson (guitar) Max Bennett (bass) Larry Bunker (timbales) Milt Holland (maracas, percussion)
El Gavilan
Pasion
Por El Camino Real
Obsession Waltz
Frenesi
** also issued on Pacific Jazz ST-20128.

PJ-10129   Johnny Lytle - Swingin' At The Gate

Johnny Lytle (vibes, xylophone, beer bottle) Jimmy Foster (organ) Larry Gales (bass) Jozell Carter (drums) Carlos "Potato" Valdes (congas)
"Top Of The Gate-Village Gate", NYC, August-November, 1967
Minor Soul
Gonna Get That Boat
Cherish
Mongo
Blues Time
Just A Feelin' Good
When I Fall In Love
Jugee Boogie
** also issued on Pacific Jazz ST-20129.

PJ-10130   The Mastersounds With Wes Montgomery - Kismet

Buddy Montgomery (vibes) Richie Crabtree (piano) Wes Montgomery (guitar -1,3/8) Monk Montgomery (Fender electric bass) Benny Barth (drums)
Forum Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, April 22, 1958
1.Overture: Not Since Nineveh / Olive Tree / Stranger In Paradise / And This Is My Beloved / Night Of My Nights / Sands Of Time
2. ST-2029 | SX-505Gesticulate And Rhymes Have I
3.Olive Tree
4.Not Since Nineveh
5.Baubles, Bangles And Beads
6. SX-504Fate
7.And This Is My Beloved
8. ST-2028Stranger In Paradise
** reissue of World Pacific PJ-1243 entitled "The Mastersounds - Kismet".

PJ-10131   The Jazz Crusaders - Lighthouse '68

Wayne Henderson (trombone) Wilton Felder (tenor sax) Joe Sample (piano) Stix Hooper (drums) and Buster Williams (bass)
"The Lighthouse", Hermosa Beach, CA, November 10-13, 1967
Ooga-Boo-Ga-Loo (as Oogo-Boo-Ga-Loo)
Eleanor Rigby
Native Dancer
Never Had It So Good
The Emperor
Impressions
** also issued on Pacific Jazz ST-20131, 7243 5 76850 2 3.

PJ-10132   The Gerald Wilson Orchestra - Everywhere

Dick Forrest, Steve Huffsteter, Bill Mattison, Alex Rodriguez (trumpet) Thurman Green, Lester Robertson, Frank Strong (trombone) Mike Wimberly (bass trombone) William Green (flute, piccolo) Ramon Bojorquez (alto sax) Anthony Ortega (alto sax, flute, alto flute) Hadley Caliman, Harold Land (tenor sax) Richard Aplanalp (baritone sax) Bobby Hutcherson (vibes) Jack Wilson (piano, organ) Joe Pass (guitar) Buddy Woodson (bass) Carl Lott (drums) Hugh Anderson (percussion) Gerald Wilson (arranger)
Liberty Studios, Hollywood, CA, December 4, 1967
Everywhere
M. Capetillo
Little Bit Of Soul
Del Olivar
Gary Barone, Bobby Bryant, Dick Forrest, Alex Rodriguez (trumpet) Thurman Green, Lester Robertson, Frank Strong (trombone) Mike Wimberly (bass trombone) Ramon Bojorquez (alto sax) Anthony Ortega (alto sax, flute) Hadley Caliman, Harold Land (tenor sax) Richard Aplanalp (baritone sax) Henry DeVega (reeds) Bobby Hutcherson (vibes) Phil Moore III (piano) Jack Wilson (organ) Joe Pass (guitar) Stanley Gilbert (bass) Frank Butler (drums) Moises Obligacion (congas) Hugh Anderson (percussion) Gerald Wilson (arranger)
Liberty Studios, Hollywood, CA, January 2, 1968
Out Of This World
Pretty Polly
Do I Love You
Mini Waltz
** also issued on Pacific Jazz ST-20132.
** part of Mosaic MD5-198.

ST-20133   The Buddy Rich Big Band - Mercy, Mercy

David Culp, Kenneth Faulk, Al Porcino, William Prince (trumpet) Richard Stepton, Jim Trimble (trombone) Peter Graves (bass trombone) Charles Owens, Art Pepper (alto sax) Pat LaBarbera, Don Menza (tenor sax) John Laws (baritone sax) Joe Azarello (piano) Walter Namuth (guitar) Gary Walters (Fender bass, string bass) Buddy Rich (drums)
"Caesar's Palace", Las Vegas, NV, July 7, 1968
Mercy, Mercy, Mercy
Preach And Teach
Channel 1 Suite
Big Mama Cass
Goodbye Yesterday
Acid Truth
Alfie
Ode To Billie Joe
** also issued on Pacific Jazz 7243 8 54331 2 2.

ST-20134   Jean-Luc Ponty - More Than Meets The Ear

Carmell Jones (trumpet) Leo Wright (alto sax, flute) Jean-Luc Ponty (violin) George Gruntz (piano) Daniel Humair (drums)
Hamburg, West Germany, 1968
With A Little Help From My Friends
3 + 2 = 1
California
Gimme Little Sign
Pata Pata
Pebble Beach Walk
Pacific Drove
Fort Ord Canon

ST-20135   The Gerald Wilson Orchestra - California Soul

Larry McGuire, Alex Rodriguez, Tony Rusch (trumpet) Thurman Green, Lester Robertson, Frank Strong (trombone) Mike Wimberly (bass trombone) Art Maebe (French horn, tuba) Ramon Bojorquez (alto sax) Anthony Ortega (alto sax, flute, piccolo) Hadley Caliman, Harold Land (tenor sax) Richard Aplanalp (baritone sax) Alan Beutler, Henry DeVega, William Green, Pete Terry (reeds) Bobby Hutcherson (vibes) Tommy Flanagan, Jimmy Rowles (piano, organ, electric harpsichord) Mike Anthony (guitar) Stanley Gilbert (bass) Wilton Felder (electric bass) Carl Lott (drums) Hugh Anderson, Joe Porcaro (percussion) Gerald Wilson (arranger)
Liberty Studios, Hollywood, CA, August 7, 1968
tk.4Channel Island
tk.7/11El Presidente
Ollie Mitchell, Dalton Smith (trumpet) George Hyde, Jim McGee (French horn) Bill Perkins (reeds) Mike Wofford (piano, organ, electric harpsichord) replaces McGuire, Maebe, Beutler, William Green, Flanagan, Gilbert
Liberty Studios, Hollywood, CA, August 16, 1968
tk.5California Soul
-Lullaby From Rosemary's Baby
tk.6Yesterlove
Bobby Bryant, Larry McGuire, Alex Rodriguez, Tony Rusch (trumpet) Thurman Green, Lester Robertson, Frank Strong (trombone) Mike Wimberly (bass trombone) David Duke (French horn) Ramon Bojorquez (alto sax) Anthony Ortega (alto sax, flute, piccolo) Hadley Caliman, Harold Land (tenor sax) Alan Beutler (baritone sax) Henry DeVega, Pete Terry (reeds) Jimmy Rowles, Mike Wofford (piano, organ, electric harpsichord) Mike Anthony (guitar) Stanley Gilbert (bass) Wilton Felder (electric bass) Carl Lott (drums) Hugh Anderson, Joe Porcaro (percussion) Gerald Wilson (arranger)
Liberty Studios, Hollywood, CA, September 2, 1968
tk.5Light My Fire
tk.9Sunshine Of Your Love
tk.3Russion River (redo)
-Down Here On The Ground
** part of Mosaic MD5-198.

ST-20136   The Jazz Crusaders - Powerhouse

Wayne Henderson (trombone) Wilton Felder (tenor sax) Joe Sample (piano) Stix Hooper (drums) and Buster Williams (bass)
Liberty Studios, Hollywood, CA, July 9, 1968
Promises, Promises
Love Is Blue
Cookie Man
Wayne Henderson (trombone) Wilton Felder (tenor sax) Joe Sample (piano, electric piano) Stix Hooper (drums) and Arthur Adams (guitar -1) Buster Williams (bass)
Liberty Studios, Hollywood, CA, July 10, 1968
1.Love And Peace
2.Hey Jude
3. (16540)Fire Water
Wayne Henderson (trombone) Wilton Felder (tenor sax) Joe Sample (piano) Stix Hooper (drums) and Buster Williams (bass)
Liberty Studios, Hollywood, CA, July 11, 1968
Sting Ray
(16533)Fancy Dance
Upstairs
** part of Mosaic MD6-230.

ST-20137   A Portrait Of Wes Montgomery

Freddie Hubbard (trumpet) Waymon "Punchy" Atkinson, Alonzo "Pookie" Johnson (tenor sax) Buddy Montgomery (vibes) Joe Bradley (piano) Wes Montgomery (guitar) Monk Montgomery (Fender electric bass) Paul Parker (drums)
Indianapolis, IN, December 30, 1957
Bock To Bock
Joe Bradley (piano) Wes Montgomery (guitar) Monk Montgomery (Fender electric bass) Paul Parker (drums)
ST-2021Finger Pickin'
Harold Land (tenor sax) Buddy Montgomery (piano) Wes Montgomery (guitar) Monk Montgomery (Fender electric bass) Tony Bazley (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, April 18, 1958
4321Far Wes
4322Leila
4323Old Folks
4326Montgomery Funk (as Montgomeryland Funk)
Pony Poindexter (alto sax -2) Buddy Montgomery (piano) Wes Montgomery (guitar) Monk Montgomery (Fender electric bass) Louis Hayes (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, October 1, 1959
1. 6555Summertime
2. 6557Falling In Love With Love
Pony Poindexter (alto sax) Gildo Mahones (piano) Wes Montgomery (guitar) Monk Montgomery (Fender electric bass) Walter Bolden (drums) Jon Hendricks (vocals)
Fugazi Hall, San Francisco, CA, 1959
A-2058 | 5709A Good Git-Together

ST-20138   Chet Baker Plays And Sings

Chet Baker (trumpet) Russ Freeman (piano) Carson Smith (bass) Larry Bunker (drums)
Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, October 3, 1953
Bea's Flat
PJ-291Happy Little Sunbeam
Chet Baker (trumpet, vocals) Russ Freeman (piano) Carson Smith (bass) Bob Neel (drums)
Capitol Studios, Los Angeles, CA, February 15, 1954
But Not For Me
PJ-360I Get Along Without You Very Well
There Will Never Be Another You
PJ-362Look For The Silver Lining
My Funny Valentine
I Fall In Love Too Easily
Chet Baker (trumpet) Gerard Gustin (piano) Jimmy Bond (bass) Bert Dahlander (drums)
Paris, France, October 24, 1955
29245-2There's A Small Hotel
29249-2Summertime
29251-1Tenderly
Chet Baker (trumpet, vocals) Russ Freeman (piano, celeste) James Bond (bass) Peter Littman (drums)
Forum Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, July 23, 1956
S-1873 | ST-1873My Buddy

ST-20139   Clifford Brown - Jazz Immortal

Clifford Brown (trumpet) Stu Williamson (valve trombone) Zoot Sims (tenor sax) Bob Gordon (baritone sax) Russ Freeman (piano) Joe Mondragon (bass) Shelly Manne (drums) Jack Montrose (arranger)
Capitol Studios, Los Angeles, CA, July 12, 1954
Finders Keepers
Joy Spring
Daahoud
Clifford Brown (trumpet) Stu Williamson (valve trombone) Zoot Sims (tenor sax) Bob Gordon (baritone sax) Russ Freeman (piano) Carson Smith (bass) Shelly Manne (drums) Jack Montrose (arranger)
Capitol Studios, Los Angeles, CA, August 13, 1954
PJ-1648Tiny Capers
PJ-1650Gone With The Wind
Blueberry Hill
Bones For Jones
Zoot Sims (tenor sax) Russ Freeman (piano) Jim Hall (guitar) Monte Budwig (bass) Mel Lewis (drums)
Sound Enterprises, Hollywood, CA, March 25, 1959
Bones For Zoot
** reissue of Pacific Jazz PJ-3.

ST-20140   The Genius Of Gerry Mulligan

Gerry Mulligan (baritone sax, piano) Red Mitchell (bass) Chico Hamilton (drums)
Phil Turetsky's House, Los Angeles, CA, June 10, 1952
Get Happy
Chet Baker (trumpet) Gerry Mulligan (baritone sax) Jimmy Rowles (piano) Joe Mondragon (bass)
Phil Turetsky's House, Los Angeles, CA, July 9, 1952
She Didn't Say Yes
Chet Baker (trumpet) Gerry Mulligan (baritone sax) Bob Whitlock (bass) Chico Hamilton (drums)
Phil Turetsky's House, Los Angeles, CA, August 16, 1952
PJ-206-3Bernie's Tune
Chet Baker (trumpet) Lee Konitz (alto sax) Gerry Mulligan (baritone sax) Joe Mondragon (bass) Larry Bunker (drums)
Phil Turetsky's House, Los Angeles, CA, February 1, 1953
PJ-237I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me
Chet Baker (trumpet) Gerry Mulligan (baritone sax) Carson Smith (bass) Larry Bunker (drums)
Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, April 29 & 30, 1953
PJ-1606Darn That Dream
same personnel
"The Haig", Hollywood, CA, May 20, 1953
PJ-1607Five Brothers
Bob Brookmeyer (valve trombone) Gerry Mulligan (baritone sax) Red Mitchell (bass) Frank Isola (drums)
"Salle Pleyel", Paris, France, June 3, 1954
Gold Rush
Jon Eardley (trumpet) Gerry Mulligan (baritone sax, piano) Red Mitchell (bass) Chico Hamilton (drums)
"Stockton High School", Stockton, CA, November 12, 1954
Blues For Tiny
Jon Eardley (trumpet) Gerry Mulligan (baritone sax) Red Mitchell (bass) Larry Bunker (drums) featuring guests: Bob Brookmeyer (valve trombone, piano) Zoot Sims (tenor sax)
"Hoover High School", San Diego, CA, December 14, 1954
Polka Dots And Moonbeams
Bob Brookmeyer (valve trombone, piano) Gerry Mulligan (baritone sax, piano) Bill Crow (bass) Dave Bailey (drums)
"Storyville Club", Boston, MA, December 6, 1956
Blues At The Roots
Chet Baker (trumpet) Gerry Mulligan (baritone sax) Henry Grimes (bass) Dave Bailey (drums) Annie Ross (vocals)
NYC, December 11 & 12, 1957
The Lady's In Love With You
** reissue of Pacific Jazz PJ-8.

ST-20141   not used

ST-20142   Lee Konitz/Gerry Mulligan - Konitz Meets Mulligan

Chet Baker (trumpet) Lee Konitz (alto sax) Gerry Mulligan (baritone sax) Carson Smith (bass) Larry Bunker (drums)
"The Haig", Hollywood, CA, January 23, 1953
Too Marvelous For Words
PJ-236 | ST-2006Lover Man
I'll Remember April
These Foolish Things
All The Things You Are
same personnel
Los Angeles, CA, January 30, 1953
ST-2007Almost Like Being In Love
PJ-235Sextet
Broadway
Chet Baker (trumpet) Lee Konitz (alto sax) Gerry Mulligan (baritone sax) Joe Mondragon (bass) Larry Bunker (drums)
Phil Turetsky's House, Los Angeles, CA, February 1, 1953
PJ-237I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me
PJ-238Lady Be Good
** reissue of World Pacific PJM-406 entitled "Lee Konitz Plays With The Gerry Mulligan Quartet".

ST-20143   Chico Hamilton Quintet - Spectacular!

Buddy Collette (tenor, alto sax, clarinet, flute) Fred Katz (cello) Jim Hall (guitar) Carson Smith (bass) Chico Hamilton (drums)
"The Strollers", Long Beach, CA, August 4, 1955
I Want To Be Happy
Spectacular
Free Form
Walking Carson Blues
Buddy Boo
same personnel
Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, August 23, 1955
A Nice Day
My Funny Valentine
ST-1779Blue Sands
The Sage
ST-1780The Morning After
** reissue of Pacific Jazz PJ-1209 entitled "Chico Hamilton Quintet".

ST-20144   John Lewis/Percy Heath/Chico Hamilton/Jim Hall/Bill Perkins - 2 Degrees East, 3 Degrees West

Bill Perkins (tenor sax -1,3,4,6) John Lewis (piano) Jim Hall (guitar -1,3/6) Percy Heath (bass) Chico Hamilton (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, February 10, 1956
1. ST-1891Love Me Or Leave Me
2. ST-1892I Can't Get Started
3.Easy Living
4.2 Degrees East-3 Degrees West
5.Skylark
6.Almost Like Being In Love
** reissue of Pacific Jazz PJ-1217 entitled "John Lewis/Percy Heath/Bill Perkins/Chico Hamilton/Jim Hall - Grand Encounter: 2 Degrees East-3 Degrees West".

ST-20145   Gerry Mulligan - California Concerts

Jon Eardley (trumpet) Gerry Mulligan (baritone sax, piano) Red Mitchell (bass) Chico Hamilton (drums)
"Stockton High School", Stockton, CA, November 12, 1954
Blues Going Up
Little Girl Blue
Piano Blues
Yardbird Suite
Jon Eardley (trumpet) Gerry Mulligan (baritone sax) Red Mitchell (bass) Larry Bunker (drums) featuring guests: Bob Brookmeyer (valve trombone, piano) Zoot Sims (tenor sax)
"Hoover High School", San Diego, CA, December 14, 1954
Western Reunion
I Know, Don't Know How
Red Door
** reissue of Pacific Jazz PJ-1201.

ST-20146   Gerry Mulligan And Chet Baker - Timeless

Chet Baker (trumpet) Gerry Mulligan (baritone sax) Bob Whitlock (bass) Chico Hamilton (drums)
Gold Star Studios, Los Angeles, CA, October 15 & 16, 1952
PJ-220Freeway
PJ-221Soft Shoe
PJ-222Walkin' Shoes
Chet Baker (trumpet) Gerry Mulligan (baritone sax) Carson Smith (bass) Larry Bunker (drums)
Gold Star Studios, Los Angeles, CA, February 24, 1953
PJ-239Carson City Stage
same personnel
Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, April 27, 1953
Love Me Or Leave Me
same personnel
"The Haig", Hollywood, CA, May 20, 1953
My Funny Valentine
Chet Baker (trumpet) Russ Freeman (piano) Carson Smith (bass) Larry Bunker (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, July 29 & 30, 1953
Long Ago And Far Away (12" LP take)
same personnel
Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, October 3, 1953
The Thrill Is Gone (10" LP take)
Chet Baker (trumpet) Russ Freeman (piano) Carson Smith (bass) Bob Neel (drums)
"Tiffany Club", Los Angeles, CA, August 10, 1954
Zing! Went The Strings Of My Heart
Chet Baker (trumpet) Bob Brookmeyer (valve trombone) Bud Shank (baritone sax) Russ Freeman (piano) Carson Smith (bass) Shelly Manne (drums)
Radio Annex, Los Angeles, CA, September 9, 1954
The Half Dozens
Chet Baker (trumpet) Phil Urso (tenor sax) Bobby Timmons (piano) James Bond (bass) Peter Littman (drums)
Forum Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, July 24, 25 & 31, 1956
Tabu
Chet Baker (trumpet) Russ Freeman (piano) Leroy Vinnegar (bass) Shelly Manne (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, November 6, 1956
ST-1903Love Nest
** reissue of Pacific Jazz PJ-75 entitled "Timeless".

ST-20147   Richard "Groove" Holmes - Welcome Home

Chuck Findley (trumpet) Anthony Ortega, Tom Scott (alto sax) Teddy Edwards (tenor sax, arranger) Joe Sample (piano, arranger) Richard "Groove" Holmes (organ, piano) Mike Anthony, George Freeman (guitar) Wilton Felder (electric bass, baritone sax) Paul Humphrey (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, 1968
Groovin' Time
Oklahoma Toad
Upward Bound
The Madison Time
The Odd Couple
I'm In The Mood For Love
98.6-Lazy Day
Sunday Mornin'

ST-20148   not used

ST-20149   Various Artists - This Is The Blues, Vol. I

Gene Ammons (tenor sax) Richard Holmes (organ) Gene Edwards (guitar) Leroy Henderson (drums)
Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA, afternoon, August 15, 1961
E8295Morris The Minor
Clifford Scott (tenor, alto sax) Les McCann (piano) Joe Pass (guitar) Herbie Lewis (bass) Paul Humphrey (drums)
Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA, February 1, 1963
Cross Talk
Sonny Stitt (tenor sax) Charles Kynard (organ) Ray Crawford (guitar) Doug Sides (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, May, 1963
Summer Special
Les McCann (piano) Joe Pass (guitar) Paul Chambers (bass) Paul Humphrey (drums)
Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA, October 29, 1963
Back At The Chicken Shack
Jules Chaikin, Freddie Hill, Nat Meeks, Melvin Moore, Al Porcino (trumpet) Bob Edmondson, John Ewing, Lester Robertson (trombone) Don Switzer (bass trombone) Anthony Ortega (alto sax) Curtis Amy, Teddy Edwards, Harold Land (tenor sax) Jack Nimitz (baritone sax) Roy Ayers (vibes) Phil Moore III (piano) Joe Pass (guitar) Herbie Lewis (bass) Chuck Carter (drums) Gerald Wilson (arranger)
Capitol Studios, Hollywood, CA, January 13, 1965
Lighthouse Blues
Wayne Henderson (trombone) Wilton Felder (tenor sax) Joe Sample (piano) Stix Hooper (drums) and Victor Gaskin (bass)
Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA, February 22, 1965
(16538)New Time Shuffle
Arthur James "Fats" Theus (tenor sax) Billy Larkin (organ) James Daniels (guitar) Jesse Kilpatrick (drums)
Hollywood, CA, 1966
Where Did The Blues Go
Johnny Lytle (vibes, xylophone) Jimmy Foster (organ) Major Holley (bass) William Hinnant (drums) Don Alias (congas)
NYC, early-mid 1967
That's The Way I Feel

ST-20150   Various Artists - This Is The Blues, Vol. II

Barbara Dane (guitar, vocals)
live? at the Ash Grove, Hollywood, CA, released 1958
How Long Blues
Sonny Terry (harmonica, vocals) Brownie McGhee (guitar, vocals)
Los Angeles, CA, December 29, 1959
Livin' With The Blues
Baby, Please Don't Go
Sonny Terry (harmonica, vocals) Lightnin' Hopkins, Brownie McGhee, Big Joe Williams (guitar, vocals)
Los Angeles, CA, July 6, 1960
If You Steal My Chickens
How Long Have It Been
Bumble Bee Slim (vocals, guitar) accompanied by Lou Blackburn (trombone -1) Curtis Amy (tenor sax -2) Richard Holmes (organ) Leroy Henderson (drums)
Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA, March 30, 1962
1.Wake Up In The Mornin'
2.Puppy Love
Long Gone Miles (vocals) accompanied by Willie Chambers (guitar) Leroy Vinnegar (bass)
World Pacific Studios, Hollywood, CA, February 5, 1964
I Feel All Right
Long Gone
Barefoot Rock

ST-20151   not used

ST-20152   Wilton Felder - Bullitt

Wayne Henderson (trombone, arranger, producer) Wilton Felder (tenor sax, arranger) and others
1969
Theme From Bullitt
All Along The Watch Tower
Ain't Notthing Like The Real Thing
Hi-Heel Sneakers
The Split
Doing My Thing
Up Here Down Below
Please Return Your Love To Me
With A Little Help From My Friends
It's Just A Game, Love

ST-20153   Richard "Groove" Holmes - Workin' On A Groovy Thing

Herbert Anderson, Paul Hubinon, Larry McGuire, Jerry Rusch (trumpet) William Peterson (electric trumpet) Thurman Green, Frank Strong (trombone) Mike Wimberly (bass trombone) Anthony Ortega, Ernie Watts (alto sax) Richard Aplanalp (baritone sax) Richard "Groove" Holmes (organ) Dennis Budimir (guitar) Wilton Felder (electric bass) Paul Humphrey (drums) Gerald Wilson (arranger, conductor)
Los Angeles, CA, 1969
Isole Natale
Do You Know The Way To San Jose
Workin' On A Groovy Thing
Oklahoma Toad
High Blues Pressure
Listen Here
In And Out
Dreams Of The Everyday Housewife
Rhythm And Groove
I Can't Stop Dancing

ST-20154   Bobby Bryant - Earth Dance

Bobby Bryant (trumpet) Ernie Watts (tenor sax) Joe Sample (piano) Wilton Felder (Fender bass) with Buddy Childers, Freddie Hill, Paul Hubinon (trumpet) George Bohanon, John Ewing, Bill Tole (trombone) Mike Wimberly (bass trombone) David Duke (French horn) Don Waldrop (tuba) Pete Christlieb (baritone sax) Herman Riley (sax) Don Bailey (harmonica) Melvin Moore (violin) Mike Anthony (guitar) John Duke (acoustic bass) Carl Lott (drums) Bob Norris, Chino Valdes (congas)
Los Angeles, CA, 1969
Earth Dance
While My Guitar Gently Weeps
Since I Left Home
Cristo Redentor
Crisis
Happiness Is A Warm Gun
Love Is Like An Old, Old Man
I Want To Testify

ST-20155   Ernie Watts Quartet - Planet Love

Ernie Watts (alto, tenor sax) Clarence McDonald (piano) Stanley Gilbert (bass) Robert Morin (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, circa 1969
Going Home
Knowing When To Leave
Black Is Beautiful
Wichita Lineman
Boo
Planet Love
Fourth Dynasty

ST-20156   Jean-Luc Ponty - Electric Connection

Paul Hubinon, Larry McGuire, William Peterson, Tony Rusch (trumpet) Thurman Green, Frank Strong (trombone) Mike Wimberly (bass trombone) Tony Ortega (flute) Bud Shank (alto sax) Richard Aplan (baritone sax) Jean-Luc Ponty (violin) George Duke (piano) Wilbert Longmire (guitar) Bob West (bass) Paul Humphrey (drums) Gerald Wilson (arranger, conductor)
Hollywood, CA, March 3 & 4, 1969
Summit Soul
Hypomode Del Sol
Scarborough Fair / Canticle
The Name Of The Game
The Loner
Waltz For Clara
Forget
Eighty-One

ST-20157   Bud Shank Plays The Music And Arrangements Of Michel LeGrand - Windmills Of Your Mind

Gary Barone, Bud Brisbois, Conte Candoli (trumpet) Billy Byers (trombone) Bud Shank (flute, alto sax) Ernie Watts (tenor sax) Michel LeGrand (piano, harpsichord, arranger) Artie Kane (organ) Howard Roberts (guitar) Ray Brown (bass) Shelly Manne (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, released 1969
The Windmills Of Your Mind
Watch What Happens
Theme D'Elise
One Day
Chanson De Solange
De Delphine A Lancien
I Will Wait For You
His Eyes, Her Eyes
Once Upon A Summertime
Chanson Des Jumelles

ST-20158   Buddy Rich Big Band - Buddy And Soul

Kenneth Faulk, Oliver E. Mitchell, Mike Price, Robert Yance (trumpet) Salvador Marquez (trumpet, tambourine) Vince Diaz, Rick Stepton (trombone) Donald Switzer (bass trombone) Richie Cole (alto sax) Joseph Romano (alto sax, flute) Pat LaBarbera (tenor sax) Donald Englert (tenor sax, flute) Joeseph Calo (baritone sax) David Lahm (electric piano) David Dana (guitar) Robert Magnusson (bass, Fender bass) Buddy Rich (drums)
Western Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, January 3, 1969;
Western Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, April 16 & 17, 1969;
"Whiskey A Go-Go", Hollywood, CA, June 22, 1969
Soul Lady
St. Petersberg Race
Soul Kitchen
Wonderbag
Ruth
Love And Peace
Hello I Love You
Comin' Home Baby
The Meaning Of The Blues
Greensleeves
** also issued on Pacific Jazz 7243 5 23998 2 6.

ST-20159   Bobby Bryant - The Jazz Excursion Into Hair

Bobby Bryant (trumpet, flugelhorn) Bobby Brookmeyer (valve trombone) Bud Shank (flute) Ernie Watts (tenor sax) Joe Sample (electric piano) Freddie Robinson (guitar) Wilton Felder (bass) Paul Humphrey (drums) with Buddy Childers, Freddy Hill, Paul Hubinon, Reunald Jones, Bill Peterson (trumpet) Charles Loper (trombone) Mike Wimberly (bass trombone) Shorty Rogers (arranger, conductor)
Los Angeles, CA, 1969
Be-In (Hare Krishna)
I Got Life
Let The Sunshine In
Hair
Good Morning Starshine
Aquarius
Where Do I Go?
Colored Spade

ST-20160   Gerald Wilson Orchestra - Eternal Equinox

Jay Daversa, Paul Hubinon, Larry McGuire (trumpet) Thurman Green, Lester Robinson, Frank Strong (trombone) Alexander Thomas (bass trombone) Arthur Maebe (French horn) William Green (flute, piccolo) Henry DeVega, Anthony Ortega (alto sax) Hadley Caliman, Harold Land (tenor sax) Ernie Watts (tenor sax, flute, piccolo) Richard Aplanalp (baritone sax) Bobby Hutcherson (vibes) George Duke (piano) Richard "Groove" Holmes (organ) Bob West (electric bass) Carl Lott (drums) Gerald Wilson (arranger)
Liberty Studios, Hollywood, CA, June 2, 1969
tk.4Equinox
tk.1Aquarius
tk.5Celestial Soul
Jay Daversa, Paul Hubinon, Larry McGuire (trumpet) Thurman Green, Lester Robinson, Frank Strong (trombone) Alexander Thomas (bass trombone) Arthur Maebe (French horn) William Green (flute, piccolo) Henry DeVega, Anthony Ortega (alto sax) Hadley Caliman, Harold Land (tenor sax) Ernie Watts (tenor sax, flute, piccolo) Richard Aplanalp (baritone sax) Bobby Hutcherson (vibes) George Duke (piano) Richard "Groove" Holmes (organ) Bob West (electric bass) Carl Lott (drums) William Marshall (vocals -2) Gerald Wilson (arranger)
Liberty Studios, Hollywood, CA, June 3, 1969
1.Pisces
2. tk.3Baby, Baby Don't You Cry
3. -You, Me And Now
4. tk.6Bluesnee
Paul Hubinon, Larry McGuire, William Peterson, Tony Rusch (trumpet) Thurman Green, Frank Strong (trombone) Mike Wimberly (bass trombone) Anthony Ortega (flute) Bud Shank (alto sax) Richard Aplanalp (baritone sax) Jean-Luc Ponty (violin) George Duke (piano) Wilbert Longmire (guitar) Bob West (bass) Paul Humphrey (drums) Gerald Wilson (arranger)
Liberty Studios, Hollywood, CA, probably June, 1969
tk.2Scorpio Rising
** part of Mosaic MD5-198.

ST-20161   Wilbert Longmire - Revolution

Gary Barone, Gray Rains (trumpet) George Bohanon (trombone) Wilton Felder (tenor sax) Anthony Ortega (sax) Leon Spencer Jr. (organ, piano) Cal Green, Wilbert Longmire (guitar) Larry Gales (string bass) Ron Johnson (Fender bass) Paul Humphrey (drums) Joe Sample (arranger, conductor) with strings: Harry Bluestone, Dave Burk, Jesse Ehrlich, Myron Sandler, Marshall Sosson (strings)
Liberty Studios, Hollywood, CA, circa 1968
Scarborough Fair / Canticle
Galveston
This Guy's In Love With You
Theme From The Fox
Revolution
Movin' On
Bewitched
Somebody Loves You
Give It Up Or Turnit Loose

ST-20162   Freddy Robinson - The Coming Atlantis

Allen Brisbois (trumpet) Allen Butler (flute) Ernest Williams (bass clarinet, baritone sax) Plas Johnson (tenor sax) Alan C. Estes (vibes) Monk Higgins (organ, arranger, conductor) Freddy Robinson as Fred L. Robinson (guitar) Bob West (Fender bass, upright bass) King Errison (bongos, congas) Dee Ervin (percussion) Alexandra Brown, Difosco Ervin, Mamie Galore, Adrienne Williams (backing vocals) featuring Joe Sample (piano) Paul Humphrey (drums) with Sid Sharp's string section
circa 1968
Before Six
The Coming Atlantis
(I'm A) Fool For You
Freddy's Sermon
Black Fox
The Oggum Boogum Song
Rita
Monkin' Around
** also issued on World Pacific Jazz ST-20162 entitled "Black Fox".

ST-20163   Richard "Groove" Holmes - X-77

Richard "Groove" Holmes (organ, vocals) Thornel Schwartz (guitar) Bob West (electric bass) Paul Humphrey (drums)
"The Lighthouse", Hermosa Beach, CA, 1969?
By The Time I Get To Phoenix
Going Home Blues
Polk Salad Annie
Heavy Groove
Quiet Nights Of Quiet Stars
Loping
X-77 Blues
Licks A Plenty

ST-20164   not used

ST-20165   The Jazz Crusaders - Lighthouse '69

Wayne Henderson (trombone) Wilton Felder (tenor sax) Joe Sample (piano, electric piano) Stix Hooper (drums) and Buster Williams (bass)
"The Lighthouse", Hermosa Beach, CA, July 26 & 27, 1969
Get Back
It's Gotta Be Real
Willie And Laura Mae Jones
Ruby P'gonia
It's Your Thing
Inside The Outside
Reflections
Svenska Flicka

ST-20166   More Or Les McCann

Les McCann (piano, vocals) Herbie Lewis (bass) Ron Jefferson (drums) with John Audino, Charlie Meeks, Ray Triscari, Jimmy Zito (trumpet) Bob Edmondson, John Ewing (trombone) Kenny Shroyer (bass trombone) Buddy Collette, Charles Lloyd (alto sax, flute) Teddy Edwards, Harold Land (tenor sax) Jack Nimitz (baritone sax) Gerald Wilson (arranger, conductor, director)
Rex Productions Studio, Hollywood, CA, February 28, March 14, April 4 & August 25, 1961
Since I Fell For You
Please Send Me Someone To Love
Les McCann (piano, vocals) Herbie Lewis (bass) Ron Jefferson (drums) with Buddy Collette (flute) Bobby Bruce, Carl Kalash, Dan Lube, Ed Lustgarten, George Poole, Jerome Reisler, Darrell Terwilliger (violin) Myron Sandler (viola) Charles Gates (cello) Dolo Coker (rhythm piano) Gerald Wilson (arranger, conductor, director)
It's Way Past Suppertime
Les McCann (piano) Herbie Lewis (bass) Ron Jefferson (drums)
Rex Productions Studio, Hollywood, CA, March 13 & 15, 1961
Django
same personnel
"Village Gate", NYC, December 29, 1961
(13196)Someone Stole My Chitlins
Les McCann (piano) Victor Gaskin (bass) Paul Humphries (drums) with Willie Correa (bongos, congas, timbales)
Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA, 1964
Falling In Love With Love
Narobi Nights
Les McCann (piano) Victor Gaskin (bass) Paul Humphrey (drums)
"After Hours Concert", "The Esquire Theater", Los Angeles, CA, circa 1964
Lavande

ST-20167   The Klaus Doldinger Quartet - Blues Happening

Klaus Doldinger (soprano sax -1,3, tenor sax -2) Ingfried Hoffmann (piano) Helmut Kandelberger (bass) Cees See (drums)
Trixi-Tonstudio, Munich, West Germany, August 19, 1968
1.Saragossa
2.Tempus Fugit
3.Face In The Night
first sequence: Klaus Doldinger (soprano sax) Helmut Kandelberger (bass) Kurt Bong (drums, horns) plus sequence 2/3/4: Klaus Doldinger (tenor sax) Ingfried Hoffmann (organ) Helmut Kandelberger (bass guitar) Cees See (drums) plus sequence 5: Klaus Doldinger (tenor sax) Ingfried Hoffmann (organ) Joe Quick (guitar) Lothar Meid (bass guitar) Wolfgang Paap (drums)
Blues Happening
** reissue of Liberty (G) LBS 83 167 I.

ST-20168   The Jean-Luc Ponty Experience

Jean-Luc Ponty (electric violin, baritone violectra) George Duke (electric piano) John Heard (electric bass) Dick Berk (drums)
"Thee Experience", Los Angeles, CA, September 24, 1969
(17316)Foosh
(17317)Pamukkale
(17318)Contact
(17319)Cantaloupe Island
(17320)Starlight, Starbright
** part of Blue Note BN-LA632-H2.

ST-20169   The Best Of Buddy Rich

Walter Battagello, Yoshito Murakami, Robert Shew, John Sottile (trumpet) Johnny Boice, James Trimble (trombone) Dennis Allan Good, Mike Waverley (bass trombone) Daniel Quill (alto sax, clarinet) Peter Yellin (alto sax, clarinet, flute) Jay Corre, Martin Flax (tenor sax, clarinet, flute) Stephen Perlow (baritone sax, bass clarinet) John Bunch (piano) Barry Zweig (guitar) Carson Smith (bass) Buddy Rich (drums)
"Chez Club", Hollywood, CA, September 29, 1966
More Soul
same personnel
RCA Victor Studios, Hollywood, CA, October 10, 1966
West Side Story Medley: Overture / Cool / Something's Coming / Somewhere
Charles Findley, Yoshito Murakami, John Scottile, Bobby Shew (trumpet) Ron Meyers, Jim Trimble (trombone) Bill Wimberly (bass trombone) Quin Davis (alto sax) Ernie Watts (alto sax, flute) Jay Corre, Robert Keller (tenor sax, flute) Marty Flax (baritone sax) Ray Starling (piano) Richard Resnicoff (guitar) James Gannon (bass) Buddy Rich (drums)
"Chez Club", Hollywood, CA, February 22, 1967
Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)
Love For Sale
Charles Findley, Oliver Mitchell, Yoshito Murakami, John Sotille (trumpet) John Boice, Robert Brawn, James Trimble (trombone) James Mosher, Ernest Watts (alto sax) Jay Corre, Robert Keller (tenor sax) Meyer Hirsch (baritone sax) Ray Starling (piano) Richard Resnicoff (guitar) James Gannon (bass) Buddy Rich (drums)
Western Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, June 16, 1967
New Blues
Charles Findley, Russell Iverson, Yoshito Murakami, John Sotille (trumpet) Samuel Burtis, Jack Spurlock (trombone) Robert Brawn (bass trombone) Charles Owens, Ernest Watts (alto sax) Pascel LaBarbera (tenor sax) Jay Corre (tenor sax, flute, clarinet) Frank Capi (baritone sax) Russel Turner Jr. (piano) Richard Resnicoff (guitar) Ronald Fudoli (bass) Buddy Rich (drums)
Western Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, December 5, 1967
The Rotten Kid
David Culp, Kenneth Faulk, Al Porcino, William Prince (trumpet) Richard Stepton, Jim Trimble (trombone) Peter Graves (bass trombone) Charles Owens, Art Pepper (alto sax) Pat LaBarbera, Don Menza (tenor sax) John Laws (baritone sax) Joe Azarello (piano) Walter Namuth (guitar) Gary Walters (Fender bass, string bass) Buddy Rich (drums)
"Caesar's Palace", Las Vegas, NV, July 7, 1968
Mercy, Mercy, Mercy
Channel 1 Suite

ST-20170   Bud Shank With The Bob Alcivar Singers - Let It Be

Bud Shank (alto sax) Roger Kellaway (piano) Dennis Budimir (guitar) Carol Kaye (bass) John Guerin (drums) Bob Alcivar (vocal arranger, conductor)
Los Angeles, CA, released 1970
Let It Be
Games People Play
Something
Long Time Gone
Both Sides Now
Loves Been Good To Me
A Famous Myth
Didn't We
Long And Winding Road
For Once In My Life

ST-20171   Richard "Groove" Holmes/Ernie Watts - Come Together

Ernie Watts (tenor sax, flute, arranger) Richard "Groove" Holmes (organ) Freddy Robinson (guitar) Wilton Felder (electric bass) Dick Berk (drums) King Errisson (congas)
NYC, 1969
Come Together
Boo
Hurt So Bad
Evil Ways
Can't Take My Eyes Off You
Wedding Bell Blues
Beer Can Alley

ST-20172   Jean-Luc Ponty Plays The Music Of Frank Zappa - King Kong

Ian Underwood (alto, tenor sax) Jean-Luc Ponty (electric violin, baritone violectra) Gene Estes (vibes, percussion) George Duke (piano, electric piano) Buell Neidlinger (bass) Arthur Dyne Tripp III (drums) Frank Zappa (arranger, conductor)
Los Angeles, CA, October 6, 1969
(17310)King Kong
(17315)America Drinks And Goes Home
Ernie Watts (alto, tenor sax) Jean-Luc Ponty (electric violin, baritone violectra) George Duke (electric piano) Wilton Felder (electric bass) John Guerin (drums) Frank Zappa (arranger, conductor -1,2, arranger, conductor, guitar -3)
Los Angeles, CA, October 7, 1969
1. (17311)Idiot Bastard Son
2. (17313)Twenty Small Cigars
3. (17312)How Would You Like To Have A Head Like That
Vince DeRosa (French horn) Arthur Maebe (French horn, tuba) Jonathan Meyer (flute) Gene Cipriano (oboe, English horn) Donald Christlieb (bassoon) Jean-Luc Ponty (electric violin) Milt Thomas (viola) Harold Bemko (cello) George Duke (piano, electric piano) Buell Neidlinger (bass) Arthur Dyne Tripp III (drums) Ian Underwood (conductor) Frank Zappa (arranger)
Los Angeles, CA, October 8, 1969
(17314)Music For Electric Violin And Low-Budget Orchestra
** part of Blue Note BN-LA632-H2.

ST-20173   Les McCann Ltd. - New From The Big City

Les McCann (piano, vocals) Herbie Lewis (bass) Ron Jefferson (drums)
live in NYC, 1961
Gus Gus
Big City
Come Back Baby
Steady Trompin'
Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home
The Girl From Ipanema
Tenderly
Beaux J. Poo Boo
Kathleen's Theme

ST-20174   The Best Of The Gerald Wilson Orchestra

John Audino, Carmell Jones, Ray Triscari, Jimmy Zito (trumpet) Bob Edmondson, John Ewing, Lester Robertson (trombone) Kenny Shroyer (bass trombone) Buddy Collette (clarinet, alto sax, flute) Harry Klee (alto sax) Teddy Edwards, Harold Land (tenor sax) Jack Nimitz (baritone sax) Richard "Groove" Holmes (organ) Jimmy Bond (bass) Mel Lewis (drums) Gerald Wilson (arranger)
Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA, September 9, 1961
E8376Blues For Yna Yna
John Audino, Jules Chaiken, Freddie Hill, Carmell Jones (trumpet) Lou Blackburn, Bob Edmondson, Frank Strong (trombone) Bob Knight (bass trombone) Joe Maini (alto sax) Bud Shank (alto sax, flute) Teddy Edwards, Harold Land (tenor sax) Don Raffell (baritone sax) Jack Wilson (piano) Joe Pass (guitar) Jimmy Bond (bass) Mel Lewis (drums) Modesto Duran (congas) Gerald Wilson (arranger)
Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA, August 27, 1962
Viva Tirado
Jules Chaikin, Al Porcino (trumpet) Lester Robertson (trombone) Jack Nimitz (baritone sax) replaces Chaiken, Strong, Raffell, Duran
Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA, September, 1962
Milestones
Jules Chaikin, Freddie Hill, Nat Meeks, Melvin Moore, Al Porcino (trumpet) Bob Edmondson, John Ewing, Lester Robertson (trombone) Don Switzer (bass trombone) Anthony Ortega (alto sax) Curtis Amy, Teddy Edwards, Harold Land (tenor sax) Jack Nimitz (baritone sax) Roy Ayers (vibes) Phil Moore III (piano) Joe Pass (guitar) Herbie Lewis (bass) Chuck Carter (drums) Gerald Wilson (arranger)
Capitol Studios, Hollywood, CA, January 13, 1965
Lighthouse Blues
Bobby Bryant, Jules Chaikin, Freddie Hill, Nat Meeks, Melvin Moore (trumpet) Bob Edmondson, John Ewing, Lester Robertson (trombone) Ernie Tack (bass trombone) Anthony Ortega (alto sax) Bud Shank (alto sax, flute) Teddy Edwards, Harold Land (tenor sax) Jack Nimitz (baritone sax) Roy Ayers (vibes) Phil Moore III (piano) Jack Wilson (piano, organ) Joe Pass (guitar) Victor Gaskin (bass) Chuck Carter (drums) Gerald Wilson (arranger)
Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA, March 10, 1965
Who Can I Turn To
Jules Chaikin, Freddie Hill, Mel Moore, Jimmy Owens, Al Porcino (trumpet) Mike Barone, John Ewing, Lester Robertson (trombone) Ernie Tack (bass trombone) William Green (flute, piccolo) Jimmy Woods (soprano, alto sax) Anthony Ortega (alto sax, flute) Teddy Edwards, Harold Land (tenor sax) Jack Nimitz (baritone sax) Roy Ayers (vibes) Jack Wilson (piano) Buddy Woodson (bass) Mel Lee (drums) Max Garduno (congas) Mike Barone (arranger) Gerald Wilson (arranger, maracas)
TTG Sound Studios, Hollywood, CA, June 21, 1966
The Feather (From "Teotihuacan Suite")
Ollie Mitchell, Alex Rodriguez, Tony Rusch, Dalton Smith (trumpet) Thurman Green, Lester Robertson, Frank Strong (trombone) Mike Wimberly (bass trombone) George Hyde, Jim McGee (French horn) Ramon Bojorquez (alto sax) Anthony Ortega (alto sax, flute, piccolo) Hadley Caliman, Harold Land (tenor sax) Richard Aplanalp (baritone sax) Henry DeVega, Bill Perkins, Pete Terry (reeds) Bobby Hutcherson (vibes) Jimmy Rowles, Mike Wofford (piano, organ, electric harpsichord) Mike Anthony (guitar) Wilton Felder (electric bass) Carl Lott (drums) Hugh Anderson, Joe Porcaro (percussion) Gerald Wilson (arranger)
Liberty Studios, Hollywood, CA, August 16, 1968
tk.5California Soul
Bobby Bryant, Larry McGuire, Alex Rodriguez, Tony Rusch (trumpet) Thurman Green, Lester Robertson, Frank Strong (trombone) Mike Wimberly (bass trombone) David Duke (French horn) Ramon Bojorquez (alto sax) Anthony Ortega (alto sax, flute, piccolo) Hadley Caliman, Harold Land (tenor sax) Alan Beutler (baritone sax) Henry DeVega, Pete Terry (reeds) Jimmy Rowles, Mike Wofford (piano, organ, electric harpsichord) Mike Anthony (guitar) Stanley Gilbert (bass) Wilton Felder (electric bass) Carl Lott (drums) Hugh Anderson, Joe Porcaro (percussion) Gerald Wilson (arranger)
Liberty Studios, Hollywood, CA, September 2, 1968
tk.3Down Here On The Ground
Jay Daversa, Paul Hubinon, Larry McGuire (trumpet) Thurman Green, Lester Robinson, Frank Strong (trombone) Alexander Thomas (bass trombone) Arthur Maebe (French horn) William Green (flute, piccolo) Henry DeVega, Anthony Ortega (alto sax) Hadley Caliman, Harold Land (tenor sax) Ernie Watts (tenor sax, flute, piccolo) Richard Aplanalp (baritone sax) Bobby Hutcherson (vibes) George Duke (piano) Richard "Groove" Holmes (organ) Bob West (electric bass) Carl Lott (drums) Gerald Wilson (arranger)
Liberty Studios, Hollywood, CA, June 2, 1969
tk.4Equinox
same personnel
Liberty Studios, Hollywood, CA, June 3, 1969
tk.6Bluesnee
** also issued on Pacific Jazz PJ-LA889-H.

ST-20175   The Best Of The Jazz Crusaders

Wayne Henderson (trombone) Wilton Felder (tenor sax) Joe Sample (piano) "Sticks" Hooper (drums) and featuring guest musicians: Roy Gaines (guitar) Jimmy Bond (bass)
Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA, May 24, 1961
E7912Freedom Sound
Wayne Henderson (trombone) Wilton Felder (tenor sax) Joe Sample (piano) Sticks Hooper (drums) and Jimmy Bond as Jimmy Boyd (bass)
Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA, January 7, 1962
E8841 (16544)The Young Rabbits
Wayne Henderson (trombone) Wilton Felder (tenor sax) Joe Sample (piano, harpsichord) Stix Hooper (drums) and Bobby Haynes (bass)
Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA, February 13, 1963
Tough Talk
Wayne Henderson (trombone) Wilton Felder (tenor sax) Joe Sample (piano) Stix Hooper (drums) and Bobby Haynes (bass)
Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA, September 24, 1963
On Broadway
Wayne Henderson (trombone) Wilton Felder (tenor sax) Joe Sample (piano) Stix Hooper (drums) and Victor Gaskin (bass)
Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA, February 22, 1965
The Thing
Wayne Henderson (trombone) Wilton Felder (tenor sax) Joe Sample (piano) Stix Hooper (drums) and Leroy Vinnegar (bass) plus overdubs: unidentified big band
Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA, February 7, 1966
Uptight (Everything's Alright)
Wayne Henderson (trombone) Wilton Felder (tenor sax) Joe Sample (piano) Stix Hooper (drums) and Buster Williams (bass)
"The Lighthouse", Hermosa Beach, CA, November 10-13, 1967
Ooga-Boo-Ga-Loo (as Oogo-Boo-Ga-Loo)
Eleanor Rigby
same personnel
Liberty Studios, Hollywood, CA, July 9, 1968
Promises, Promises
Wayne Henderson (trombone) Wilton Felder (tenor sax) Joe Sample (piano, electric piano) Stix Hooper (drums) and Arthur Adams (guitar -1) Buster Williams (bass)
Liberty Studios, Hollywood, CA, July 10, 1968
1.Love And Peace
2.Hey Jude
Wayne Henderson (trombone) Wilton Felder (tenor sax) Joe Sample (piano, electric piano) Stix Hooper (drums) and Buster Williams (bass)
"The Lighthouse", Hermosa Beach, CA, July 26 & 27, 1969
It's Your Thing

ST-20176   Freddy Robinson - Hot Fun In The Summertime (not released)

Bobby Bryant, Freddy Hill (trumpet) Tom Scott (alto sax) Bill Green (sax) unknown (piano) Freddy Robinson, Al Vescovo (guitar) Henry Franklin (acoustic bass) Wilton Felder (electric bass) Paul Humphrey (drums) Monk Higgins (arranger, conductor) Specialties Unlimited: Clydie King, Darlene Love, Edna Wright (backing vocals) with Sid Sharp's string section
1970
Caprice's Green Grass
Moonglow
I Want To Hold Your Hand
I'm In Love
Hot Fun In The Summertime
Someday We'll Be Together
Becky's Rainbow
The Creeper

United Artists PJ-LA series (12 inch LP)

PJ-LA889-H   The Best Of The Gerald Wilson Orchestra

John Audino, Carmell Jones, Ray Triscari, Jimmy Zito (trumpet) Bob Edmondson, John Ewing, Lester Robertson (trombone) Kenny Shroyer (bass trombone) Buddy Collette (clarinet, alto sax, flute) Harry Klee (alto sax) Teddy Edwards, Harold Land (tenor sax) Jack Nimitz (baritone sax) Richard "Groove" Holmes (organ) Jimmy Bond (bass) Mel Lewis (drums) Gerald Wilson (arranger)
Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA, September 9, 1961
E8376Blues For Yna Yna
John Audino, Jules Chaiken, Freddie Hill, Carmell Jones (trumpet) Lou Blackburn, Bob Edmondson, Frank Strong (trombone) Bob Knight (bass trombone) Joe Maini (alto sax) Bud Shank (alto sax, flute) Teddy Edwards, Harold Land (tenor sax) Don Raffell (baritone sax) Jack Wilson (piano) Joe Pass (guitar) Jimmy Bond (bass) Mel Lewis (drums) Modesto Duran (congas) Gerald Wilson (arranger)
Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA, August 27, 1962
Viva Tirado
Jules Chaikin, Al Porcino (trumpet) Lester Robertson (trombone) Jack Nimitz (baritone sax) replaces Chaiken, Strong, Raffell, Duran
Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA, September, 1962
Milestones
Jules Chaikin, Freddie Hill, Nat Meeks, Melvin Moore, Al Porcino (trumpet) Bob Edmondson, John Ewing, Lester Robertson (trombone) Don Switzer (bass trombone) Anthony Ortega (alto sax) Curtis Amy, Teddy Edwards, Harold Land (tenor sax) Jack Nimitz (baritone sax) Roy Ayers (vibes) Phil Moore III (piano) Joe Pass (guitar) Herbie Lewis (bass) Chuck Carter (drums) Gerald Wilson (arranger)
Capitol Studios, Hollywood, CA, January 13, 1965
Lighthouse Blues
Bobby Bryant, Jules Chaikin, Freddie Hill, Nat Meeks, Melvin Moore (trumpet) Bob Edmondson, John Ewing, Lester Robertson (trombone) Ernie Tack (bass trombone) Anthony Ortega (alto sax) Bud Shank (alto sax, flute) Teddy Edwards, Harold Land (tenor sax) Jack Nimitz (baritone sax) Roy Ayers (vibes) Phil Moore III (piano) Jack Wilson (piano, organ) Joe Pass (guitar) Victor Gaskin (bass) Chuck Carter (drums) Gerald Wilson (arranger)
Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA, March 10, 1965
Who Can I Turn To
Jules Chaikin, Freddie Hill, Mel Moore, Jimmy Owens, Al Porcino (trumpet) Mike Barone, John Ewing, Lester Robertson (trombone) Ernie Tack (bass trombone) William Green (flute, piccolo) Jimmy Woods (soprano, alto sax) Anthony Ortega (alto sax, flute) Teddy Edwards, Harold Land (tenor sax) Jack Nimitz (baritone sax) Roy Ayers (vibes) Jack Wilson (piano) Buddy Woodson (bass) Mel Lee (drums) Max Garduno (congas) Mike Barone (arranger) Gerald Wilson (arranger, maracas)
TTG Sound Studios, Hollywood, CA, June 21, 1966
The Feather (From "Teotihuacan Suite")
Ollie Mitchell, Alex Rodriguez, Tony Rusch, Dalton Smith (trumpet) Thurman Green, Lester Robertson, Frank Strong (trombone) Mike Wimberly (bass trombone) George Hyde, Jim McGee (French horn) Ramon Bojorquez (alto sax) Anthony Ortega (alto sax, flute, piccolo) Hadley Caliman, Harold Land (tenor sax) Richard Aplanalp (baritone sax) Henry DeVega, Bill Perkins, Pete Terry (reeds) Bobby Hutcherson (vibes) Jimmy Rowles, Mike Wofford (piano, organ, electric harpsichord) Mike Anthony (guitar) Wilton Felder (electric bass) Carl Lott (drums) Hugh Anderson, Joe Porcaro (percussion) Gerald Wilson (arranger)
Liberty Studios, Hollywood, CA, August 16, 1968
tk.5California Soul
Bobby Bryant, Larry McGuire, Alex Rodriguez, Tony Rusch (trumpet) Thurman Green, Lester Robertson, Frank Strong (trombone) Mike Wimberly (bass trombone) David Duke (French horn) Ramon Bojorquez (alto sax) Anthony Ortega (alto sax, flute, piccolo) Hadley Caliman, Harold Land (tenor sax) Alan Beutler (baritone sax) Henry DeVega, Pete Terry (reeds) Jimmy Rowles, Mike Wofford (piano, organ, electric harpsichord) Mike Anthony (guitar) Stanley Gilbert (bass) Wilton Felder (electric bass) Carl Lott (drums) Hugh Anderson, Joe Porcaro (percussion) Gerald Wilson (arranger)
Liberty Studios, Hollywood, CA, September 2, 1968
tk.3Down Here On The Ground
Jay Daversa, Paul Hubinon, Larry McGuire (trumpet) Thurman Green, Lester Robinson, Frank Strong (trombone) Alexander Thomas (bass trombone) Arthur Maebe (French horn) William Green (flute, piccolo) Henry DeVega, Anthony Ortega (alto sax) Hadley Caliman, Harold Land (tenor sax) Ernie Watts (tenor sax, flute, piccolo) Richard Aplanalp (baritone sax) Bobby Hutcherson (vibes) George Duke (piano) Richard "Groove" Holmes (organ) Bob West (electric bass) Carl Lott (drums) Gerald Wilson (arranger)
Liberty Studios, Hollywood, CA, June 2, 1969
tk.4Equinox
same personnel
Liberty Studios, Hollywood, CA, June 3, 1969
tk.6Bluesnee
** reissue of World Pacific Jazz ST-20174.

PJ-LA890-H   no information

PJ-LA891-H   George Duke - Pacific Jazz

Jay Daversa, Charles Findley (trumpet) Glenn Ferris, Ernie Tack (trombone) Ernie Watts (tenor sax, flute) George Duke (piano, electric piano) Jay Graydon (guitar) John Heard (bass) Richard Berk (drums)
released 1970
Soul Watcher
Since You've Asked
Shades Of Joy
Games People Play
The Woman Who Sends Me Home
same session
Foosh
Evil Ways
Adonis

PJ-LA892-H   Various Artists - Jazz: The 50's, Vol. I

Chet Baker (trumpet) Gerry Mulligan (baritone sax) Carson Smith (bass) Larry Bunker (drums)
"The Haig", Hollywood, CA, May 20, 1953
PJ-1607Five Brothers
Bud Shank (alto sax) Laurindo Almeida (guitar) Harry Babasin (bass) Roy Harte (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, September, 1953
Carinoso (as Carinosa)
Chet Baker (trumpet) Russ Freeman (piano) Carson Smith (bass) Larry Bunker (drums)
Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, October 3, 1953
All The Things You Are
Shorty Rogers (flugelhorn) Bud Shank (alto sax, alto flute) Jimmy Rowles (piano) Harry Babasin (bass) Roy Harte (drums)
United Western Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, March 25, 1954
Shank's Pranks
Clifford Brown (trumpet) Stu Williamson (valve trombone) Zoot Sims (tenor sax) Bob Gordon (baritone sax) Russ Freeman (piano) Carson Smith (bass) Shelly Manne (drums) Jack Montrose (arranger)
Capitol Studios, Los Angeles, CA, August 13, 1954
Tiny Capers (alternate take)
Chet Baker (trumpet) Bob Brookmeyer (valve trombone) Bud Shank (baritone sax) Russ Freeman (piano) Carson Smith (bass) Shelly Manne (drums)
Radio Annex, Los Angeles, CA, September 9, 1954
PJ-1653Tommyhawk (as Tommy Hawk)
Jon Eardley (trumpet) Gerry Mulligan (baritone sax) Red Mitchell (bass) Larry Bunker (drums) featuring guests: Bob Brookmeyer (valve trombone, piano) Zoot Sims (tenor sax)
"Hoover High School", San Diego, CA, December 14, 1954
Red Door
Bob Brookmeyer (valve trombone) Bud Shank (alto sax) Claude Williamson (piano) Buddy Clark (bass) Larry Bunker (drums) with Sam Caplan, Benny Gill, Marshall Sosson (violin) Lou Kievman (viola) Ray Kramer (cello)
Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, January 7, 1955
Low Life (alternate take)
Bill Perkins (alto, tenor sax, flute) Bud Shank (alto, tenor, baritone sax, flute) Hampton Hawes (piano) Red Mitchell (bass) Mel Lewis (drums)
Capitol Studios, Los Angeles, CA, May 2, 1955
It Had To Be You
Fluted Columns (alternate take)
Jack Sheldon (trumpet) Joe Maini (alto sax) Kenny Drew (piano) Leroy Vinnegar (bass) Lawrence Marable (drums)
Forum Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, November 18, 1955
Contour
Harry Edison, Conrad Gozzo (trumpet) Cy Touff (bass trumpet) Richie Kamuca (tenor sax) Matt Utal (baritone, alto sax) Russ Freeman (piano) Leroy Vinnegar (bass) Chuck Flores (drums)
Forum Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, December 4, 1955
Keester Parade

PJ-LA893-H   Various Artists - Jazz: The 60's, Vol. I

Harold Land (tenor sax) Buddy Montgomery (piano) Wes Montgomery (guitar) Monk Montgomery (Fender electric bass) Tony Bazley (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, April 18, 1958
4321Far Wes
Les McCann (piano) Leroy Vinnegar (bass) Ron Jefferson (drums) with guests: Curtis Amy (tenor sax) Bobby Hutcherson (vibes)
Rex Productions Studio, Hollywood, CA, August 3, 1960
One More Hamhock Please
Lawrence "Tricky" Lofton (trombone) Ben Webster (tenor sax) Les McCann (piano) Richard "Groove" Holmes (organ) George Freeman (guitar) Ron Jefferson (drums)
Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA, March, 1961
Good Groove
Wayne Henderson (trombone) Wilton Felder (tenor sax) Joe Sample (piano) "Sticks" Hooper (drums) and featuring guest musicians: Jimmy Bond (bass)
Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA, May 24, 1961
That's It
Carmell Jones (trumpet) Bud Shank (alto, baritone sax) Dennis Budimir (guitar) Gary Peacock (bass) Mel Lewis (drums)
Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA, May, 1961
New Groove
Les McCann (piano) Herbie Lewis (bass) Ron Jefferson (drums) with Blue Mitchell (trumpet) Frank Haynes, Stanley Turrentine (tenor sax)
"Village Gate", NYC, December 28, 1961
A Little 3/4 For God & Co.
Wayne Henderson (trombone) Wilton Felder (tenor sax) Joe Sample (piano) Sticks Hooper (drums) and Jimmy Bond as Jimmy Boyd (bass)
Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA, January 7, 1962
E8841 (16544)The Young Rabbits
Les McCann (piano) Leroy Vinnegar (bass) Ron Jefferson (drums) and special guest star: Joe Pass (guitar)
Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA, May 17, June 22 & August 20, 1962
Bernie's Tune
John Audino, Jules Chaiken, Freddie Hill, Carmell Jones (trumpet) Lou Blackburn, Bob Edmondson, Frank Strong (trombone) Bob Knight (bass trombone) Joe Maini (alto sax) Bud Shank (alto sax, flute) Teddy Edwards, Harold Land (tenor sax) Don Raffell (baritone sax) Jack Wilson (piano) Joe Pass (guitar) Jimmy Bond (bass) Mel Lewis (drums) Modesto Duran (congas) Gerald Wilson (arranger)
Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA, August 27, 1962
Viva Tirado
John Audino, Harry Edison, Dizzy Gillespie, Freddie Hill, Melvin Moore (trumpet) Jim Amlotte, Francis Fitzpatrick, Lester Robinson (trombone) Sam Cassano, David Duke, Herman Lebow, Alan Robinson (French horn) Gabe Baltazar, Buddy Collette, Bill Green, Jack Nimitz, Carrington Visor Jr. (reeds) Phil Moore Jr. (piano) Dennis Budimir (guitar) Jimmy Bond (bass) Earl Palmer (drums) Gil Fuller (arranger, conductor)
Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA, June 8 & 9, 1965
Man From Monterey

PJ-LA894-H   Various Artists - Jazz: The 50's, Vol. II

Buddy Collette (tenor, alto sax, clarinet, flute) Fred Katz (cello) Jim Hall (guitar) Carson Smith (bass) Chico Hamilton (drums)
Music Box Theatre, Hollywood, CA, February 10 & 13, 1956
Topsy
Chet Baker (trumpet) Phil Urso (tenor sax) Bobby Timmons (piano) James Bond (bass) Peter Littman (drums) Bill Loughbrough (chromatic timpani)
Forum Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, July 24, 25 & 31, 1956
To Mickey's Memory
Chet Baker (trumpet) Russ Freeman (piano) Leroy Vinnegar (bass) Shelly Manne (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, November 6, 1956
ST-1903Love Nest
Carl Perkins (piano) Jim Hall (guitar) Red Mitchell (bass)
Los Angeles, CA, January 10 & 24, 1957
Things Ain't What They Used To Be (alternate take)
Bob Brookmeyer (valve trombone, piano) Jimmy Giuffre (clarinet, tenor, baritone sax) Jim Hall (guitar) Joe Benjamin (bass) Dave Bailey (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, July 13, 1957
Louisiana
Don Fagerquist (trumpet) Stu Williamson (valve trombone) Red Callender (tuba) Art Pepper (alto sax) Bill Holman (tenor sax) Bud Shank (baritone sax) Russ Freeman (piano) Monte Budwig (bass) Shelly Manne (drums) Shorty Rogers (arranger, conductor)
Los Angeles, CA, August 12, 1957
Popo
Lee Konitz (alto sax) Allen Eager, Zoot Sims (tenor, alto sax) Al Cohn (tenor, baritone sax) Gerry Mulligan (baritone sax) Freddie Green (guitar) Henry Grimes (bass) Dave Bailey (drums)
NYC, December 4 & 5, 1957
Four And One Moore
Freddie Hubbard (trumpet) Waymon "Punchy" Atkinson, Alonzo "Pookie" Johnson (tenor sax) Buddy Montgomery (vibes) Joe Bradley (piano) Wes Montgomery (guitar) Monk Montgomery (Fender electric bass) Paul Parker (drums)
Indianapolis, IN, December 30, 1957
Bock To Bock
Johnny Coles, Louis Mucci, Ernie Royal (trumpet) Joe Bennett, Tom Mitchell, Frank Rehak (trombone) Julius Watkins (French horn) Harvey Phillips (tuba) Cannonball Adderley (alto sax) Jerry Sanfino (reeds) Gil Evans (piano, arranger, conductor) Chuck Wayne (guitar) Paul Chambers (bass) Art Blakey (drums)
Manhattan Towers, NYC, April 9, 1958
St. Louis Blues

PJ-LA895-H   Various Artists - Jazz: The 60's, Vol. II

Joe Pass (guitar) John Pisano (rhythm guitar) Jim Hughart (bass) Colin Bailey (drums)
Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA, September 2, 1964
Rosetta
Jules Chaikin, Freddie Hill, Nat Meeks, Melvin Moore, Al Porcino (trumpet) Bob Edmondson, John Ewing, Lester Robertson (trombone) Don Switzer (bass trombone) Anthony Ortega (alto sax) Curtis Amy, Teddy Edwards, Harold Land (tenor sax) Jack Nimitz (baritone sax) Roy Ayers (vibes) Phil Moore III (piano) Joe Pass (guitar) Herbie Lewis (bass) Chuck Carter (drums) Gerald Wilson (arranger)
Capitol Studios, Hollywood, CA, January 13, 1965
Lighthouse Blues
Wayne Henderson (trombone) Wilton Felder (tenor sax) Joe Sample (piano) Stix Hooper (drums) and Leroy Vinnegar (bass)
"The Lighthouse", Hermosa Beach, CA, January 14-16, 1966
Milestones
Bill Perkins, Bud Shank (alto sax) Bob Cooper, Bob Hardaway (tenor sax) John Lowe, Jack Nimitz (baritone sax) Dennis Budimir (guitar) Ray Brown (bass) Larry Bunker (drums) Bob Florence (arranger, conductor)
Los Angeles, CA, December, 1966
On A Clear Day (You Can See Forever)
Tom Scott (alto, soprano sax) Roger Kellaway (piano) Chuck Domanico (bass) John Guerin (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, early-mid 1967
Portrait
Charles Findley, Yoshito Murakami, John Scottile, Bobby Shew (trumpet) Ron Meyers, Jim Trimble (trombone) Bill Wimberly (bass trombone) Quin Davis (alto sax) Ernie Watts (alto sax, flute) Jay Corre, Robert Keller (tenor sax, flute) Marty Flax (baritone sax) Ray Starling (piano) Richard Resnicoff (guitar) James Gannon (bass) Buddy Rich (drums)
"Chez Club", Hollywood, CA, February 23, 1967
Big Swing Face
Charles Findley, Oliver Mitchell, Yoshito Murakami, John Sotille (trumpet) John Boice, Robert Brawn, James Trimble (trombone) James Mosher, Ernest Watts (alto sax) Jay Corre, Robert Keller (tenor sax) Meyer Hirsch (baritone sax) Ray Starling (piano) Richard Resnicoff (guitar) James Gannon (bass) Buddy Rich (drums)
Western Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, June 16, 1967
Group Shot
Wayne Henderson (trombone) Wilton Felder (tenor sax) Joe Sample (piano) Stix Hooper (drums) and Buster Williams (bass)
Liberty Studios, Hollywood, CA, July 9, 1968
Promises, Promises
Paul Hubinon, Larry McGuire, William Peterson, Tony Rusch (trumpet) Thurman Green, Frank Strong (trombone) Mike Wimberly (bass trombone) Tony Ortega (flute) Bud Shank (alto sax) Richard Aplan (baritone sax) Jean-Luc Ponty (violin) George Duke (piano) Wilbert Longmire (guitar) Bob West (bass) Paul Humphrey (drums) Gerald Wilson (arranger, conductor)
Hollywood, CA, March 3 & 4, 1969
Hypomode Del Sol
Jay Daversa, Paul Hubinon, Larry McGuire (trumpet) Thurman Green, Lester Robinson, Frank Strong (trombone) Alexander Thomas (bass trombone) Arthur Maebe (French horn) William Green (flute, piccolo) Henry DeVega, Anthony Ortega (alto sax) Hadley Caliman, Harold Land (tenor sax) Ernie Watts (tenor sax, flute, piccolo) Richard Aplanalp (baritone sax) Bobby Hutcherson (vibes) George Duke (piano) Richard "Groove" Holmes (organ) Bob West (electric bass) Carl Lott (drums) Gerald Wilson (arranger)
Liberty Studios, Hollywood, CA, June 3, 1969
tk.6Bluesnee

PJ-LA896-H   Art Pepper Plays Shorty Rogers And Others

Chet Baker (trumpet -1,2) Art Pepper (alto sax) Richie Kamuca (tenor sax -1,2) Pete Jolly (piano) Leroy Vinnegar (bass) Stan Levey (drums)
Forum Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, July 26, 1956
1.Tynan Time
2.Minor Yours
3.Ol' Croix (as Old Croix)
Chet Baker (trumpet) Art Pepper (alto sax) Richie Kamuca (tenor sax) Pete Jolly (piano) Leroy Vinnegar (bass) Stan Levey (drums)
Little Girl
Don Fagerquist (trumpet) Stu Williamson (valve trombone) Red Callender (tuba) Art Pepper (alto sax) Bill Holman (tenor sax) Bud Shank (baritone sax) Russ Freeman (piano) Monte Budwig (bass) Shelly Manne (drums) Shorty Rogers (arranger, conductor)
Los Angeles, CA, August 12, 1957
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