Pacific Jazz Records Catalog: 1200 series

The Original Pacific Jazz 1200 series (12 inch LP)

PJ-1201   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
** also issued on World Pacific PJ-1201; Pacific Jazz PJ-50, ST-20145.

PJ-1202   Chet Baker Sings And Plays

Chet Baker (trumpet, vocals) Bud Shank (flute) Russ Freeman (piano) Red Mitchell (bass) Bob Neel (drums) with Ray Kramer, Ed Lustgarten, Kurt Reher, Eleanor Slatkin (cello) Corky Hale (harp) Frank Campo, Johnny Mandel, Marty Paich (arranger)
Capitol Studios, Los Angeles, CA, February 28, 1955
Grey December
I Wish I Knew
Someone To Watch Over Me
This Is Always
Chet Baker (trumpet) Russ Freeman (piano) Carson Smith (bass) Bob Neel (drums)
Capitol Studios, Los Angeles, CA, March 7, 1955
Daybreak
Just Friends
I Remember You
Let's Get Lost
Long Ago And Far Away
You Don't Know What Love Is
** also issued on World Pacific PJ-1202.

PJ-1203   Chet Baker Quartet - Jazz At Ann Arbor

Chet Baker (trumpet) Russ Freeman (piano) Carson Smith (bass) Bob Neel (drums): same personnel
"University Of Michigan", Ann Arbor, MI, May 9, 1954
Line For Lyons
Lover Man
My Funny Valentine
Maid In Mexico
Stella By Starlight
My Old Flame
Headline
Russ Job
** also issued on World Pacific PJ-1203.

PJ-1204   Laurindo Almeida Quartet

Bud Shank (alto sax) Laurindo Almeida (guitar) Harry Babasin (bass) Roy Harte (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, September, 1953
Tocata
Hazardous
Carinoso (as Carinosa)
No No
Noctambulism
Blue Baiao
same personnel
Los Angeles, CA, April 22, 1954
Atabaque
Amor Flamenco
PJ-379Stairway To The Stars
Acertate Mas
Terra Seca
PJ-374Speak Low
Inquietacao
Baa-Too-Kee
** also issued on World Pacific PJ-1204. World Pacific WP-1412, WPS-21412 entitled "Brazilliance". World Pacific CDP 7 96339 2 entitled "Laurindo Almeida/Bud Shank - Brazilliance, Vol. 1".

PJ-1205   Bud Shank/Shorty Rogers

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
Casa De Luz
Lotus Bud
Left Bank
Shank's Pranks
Jasmine
Just A Few
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
Paradise
Fluted Columns
I Hear Music
Royal Garden Blues
A Sinner Kissed An Angel
It Had To Be You
** also issued on World Pacific PJ-1205.

PJ-1206   The Trumpet Artistry Of Chet Baker

Chet Baker (trumpet) Russ Freeman (piano) Carson Smith (bass) Larry Bunker (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, July 29 & 30, 1953
PJ-256Imagination
same personnel
Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, October 3, 1953
No Ties (12" LP take)
All The Things You Are
Bea's Flat
Moon Love (12" LP take)
PJ-291Happy Little Sunbeam
Chet Baker (trumpet) Herb Geller (alto, tenor sax) Jack Montrose (tenor sax) Bob Gordon (baritone sax) Russ Freeman (piano) Joe Mondragon (bass) Shelly Manne (drums)
Capitol Studios, Los Angeles, CA, December 22, 1953
Moonlight Becomes You
Goodbye (alternate take)
Chet Baker (trumpet) Russ Freeman (piano) Carson Smith (bass) Bob Neel (drums)
"Tiffany Club", Los Angeles, CA, August 10, 1954
Russ Job (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)
same personnel
Radio Annex, Los Angeles, CA, September 15, 1954
Little Man, You've Had A Busy Day
PJ-1666I'm Glad There Is You
** also issued on World Pacific PJ-1206.

PJ-1207   Gerry Mulligan Quartet

Chet Baker (trumpet) Gerry Mulligan (baritone sax) Bob Whitlock (bass) Chico Hamilton (drums)
Phil Turetsky's House, Los Angeles, CA, August 16, 1952
PJ-209-1Lullaby Of The Leaves
same personnel
Gold Star Studios, Los Angeles, CA, October 15 & 16, 1952
PJ-223Aren't You Glad You're You
PJ-219-8Frenesi
PJ-218-1Nights At The Turntable
Chet Baker (trumpet) Gerry Mulligan (baritone sax) Carson Smith (bass) Larry Bunker (drums)
Gold Star Studios, Los Angeles, CA, February 24, 1953
PJ-242Makin' Whoopee
PJ-240Cherry
same personnel
Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, April 27, 1953
Swinghouse (12" LP take)
Jeru
same personnel
Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, April 29 & 30, 1953
I May Be Wrong (12" LP take)
I'm Beginning To See The Light (12" LP take)
The Nearness Of You
Tea For Two
** also issued on World Pacific PJ-1207.

PJ-1208   Jack Montrose Sextet

Conte Candoli (trumpet) Jack Montrose (tenor sax, arranger) Bob Gordon (baritone sax) Paul Moer (piano) Ralph Pena (bass) Shelly Manne (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, June 24, 1955
Listen, Hear
Bewitched, Bothered And Bewildered
Credo
Pretty
same personnel
Los Angeles, CA, July 6, 1955
Some Good Fun Blues
Fools Rush In
Speakeasy
That Old Feeling
** also issued on World Pacific PJ-1208.

PJ-1209   Chico Hamilton Quintet

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
** also issued on World Pacific PJ-1209. Pacific Jazz PJ-39, ST-20143 entitled "Chico Hamilton Quintet - Spectacular!".
** part of Mosaic MQ9-175, MD6-175.

PJ-1210   Gerry Mulligan Quartet - Paris Concert

Bob Brookmeyer (valve trombone) Gerry Mulligan (baritone sax) Red Mitchell (bass) Frank Isola (drums)
"Salle Pleyel", Paris, France, June 1, 1954
V8181Bernie's Tune
V8182Walkin' Shoes
same personnel
"Salle Pleyel", Paris, France, June 3, 1954
V8188Five Brothers
V8183The Lady Is A Tramp
Utter Chaos #1
same personnel
"Salle Pleyel", Paris, France, June 7, 1954
V8184Moonlight In Vermont
V8185Laura
V8186Love Me Or Leave Me
V8187Come Out Wherever You Are
Utter Chaos #2
** also issued on World Pacific PJ-1210.

PJ-1211   Cy Touff, His Octet And Quintet

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
TNT
What Am I Here For
Groover Wailin'
Cy Touff (bass trumpet) Richie Kamuca (tenor sax) Pete Jolly (piano) Leroy Vinnegar (bass) Chuck Flores (drums)
Forum Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, December 5, 1955
Prez-Ence
Half Past Jumpin' Time
A Smooth One
Primitive Cats
** also issued on World Pacific PJ-1211.

PJ-1212   Trio Russ Freeman/Richard Twardzik

Russ Freeman (piano) Joe Mondragon (bass) Shelly Manne (drums)
Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, October 27, 1953
You Stepped Out Of A Dream
At Last
same personnel
Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, December 28, 1953
Yesterday's Gardenias
Bock's Tops
Don't Worry 'Bout Me
Backfield In Motion
Richard Twardzik (piano) Carson Smith (bass) Peter Littman (drums)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, December, 1954
A Crutch For The Crab
Albuquerque Social Swim
Bess, You Is My Woman
Yellow Tango
'Round Midnight
I'll Remember April
** also issued on World Pacific PJ-1212. Pacific Jazz (J) TOCJ-9347 entitled "Trio Russ Freeman/Richard Twardzik + 9".
** part of Mosaic MS-019.

PJ-1213   Bud Shank/Bob Brookmeyer - Strings And Trombones

Bob Enevoldsen, Maynard Ferguson, Stu Williamson (valve trombone) Bud Shank (alto sax) Claude Williamson (piano) Joe Mondragon (bass) Shelly Manne (drums) Bob Cooper (arranger)
Capitol Studios, Los Angeles, CA, April 3, 1954
You Don't Know What Love Is
Sing Something Simple
same personnel
Capitol Studios, Los Angeles, CA, June 22, 1954
PJ-1635 | PJ-369Wailing Vessel
Valve In Head
Cool Fool
PJ-1634 | PJ-370Little Girl Blue
Bob Brookmeyer (valve trombone) Bud Shank (alto sax) Claude Williamson (piano) Joe Mondragon (bass) Larry Bunker (drums) with Sam Cytron, Milton Feher, Tibor Zelig (violin) Myron Sandler (viola) Paul Bergstrom (cello)
Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, November 29, 1954
When Your Lover Has Gone
You Are Too Beautiful
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
Rustic Hop
With The Wind And The Rain In Your Hair
** also issued on World Pacific PJ-1213.

PJ-1214   Jack Montrose - Arranged By Montrose

Jack Montrose (tenor sax, arranger) Bob Gordon (baritone sax) Paul Moer (piano) Joe Mondragon (bass) Billy Schneider (drums)
Hollywood, CA, May 6, 1954
Meet Mr. Gordon
Onion Bottom
Tea For Two
same personnel
Hollywood, CA, May 27, 1954
PJ-385What A Difference A Day Makes
For Sue
Love Is Here To Stay
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
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
** also issued on World Pacific PJ-1214.

PJ-1215   The Bud Shank Quartet

Bud Shank (alto sax, flute) Claude Williamson (piano) Don Prell (bass) Chuck Flores (drums)
Capitol Studios, Los Angeles, CA, January 25, 1956
Bag Of Blues
Nature Boy
All This And Heaven Too
Jubilation
Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me
Nocturne For Flute
Walkin'
Carioca
** also issued on World Pacific PJ-1215.
** part of Mosaic MR7-180, MD5-180.

PJ-1216   Chico Hamilton Quintet In Hi Fi

Chico Hamilton (drums)
"Stockton High School", Stockton, CA, November 12, 1954
Drums West
Buddy Collette (tenor, alto sax, clarinet, flute) Fred Katz (cello) Jim Hall (guitar) Carson Smith (bass) Chico Hamilton (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, January 4, 1956
Jonalah
Chrissie
The Wind
Gone Lover (When Your Lover Has Gone)
The Ghost
same personnel
Music Box Theatre, Hollywood, CA, February 10 & 13, 1956
Sleepy Slept Here (Santa Monica)
Taking A Chance On Love
ST-1887The Squimp
Topsy
Sleep
** also issued on World Pacific PJ-1216.
** part of Mosaic MQ9-175, MD6-175.

PJ-1217   John Lewis/Percy Heath/Bill Perkins/Chico Hamilton/Jim Hall - Grand Encounter: 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
** also issued on World Pacific PJ-1217. Pacific Jazz PJ-44, ST-20144 entitled "John Lewis/Percy Heath/Chico Hamilton/Jim Hall/Bill Perkins - 2 Degrees East, 3 Degrees West".

PJ-1218   Chet Baker In Europe

Chet Baker (trumpet) Richard Twardzik (piano) Jimmy Bond (bass) Peter Littman (drums)
Paris, France, October 11, 1955
Rondette
Mid-Fort E
Sad Walk
same personnel
Paris, France, October 14, 1955
Piece Caprice
Pomp
The Girl From Greenland
Chet Baker (trumpet) Gerard Gustin (piano) Jimmy Bond (bass) Bert Dahlander (drums)
Paris, France, October 24, 1955
29245-2There's A Small Hotel
29248-8Autumn In New York
29249-2Summertime
29250-2You Go To My Head
29251-1Tenderly
** also issued on World Pacific PJ-1218.

PJ-1219   Bud Shank Quartet In Concert - Jazz At Cal-Tech

Bud Shank (alto sax, flute) Bob Cooper (tenor sax, oboe) Claude Williamson (piano) Don Prell (bass) Chuck Flores (drums)
"California Institute Of Technology", Pasadena, CA, January 19, 1956
When Lights Are Low
That Old Devil Moon
The Nearness Of You
How Long Has This Been Going On / Tea For Two
Lullaby Of Birdland
Somebody Loves Me
Moonlight In Vermont
The King
** also issued on World Pacific PJ-1219.

PJ-1220   Chico Hamilton Trio

Howard Roberts (guitar) George Duvivier (bass) Chico Hamilton (drums)
Hollywood, CA, December 6, 1953
PJ-329Broadway
Street Of Drums
PJ-332Nuttye
same personnel
Los Angeles, CA, October 2, 1954
We'll Be Together Again
Uganda
Lollypop
Jim Hall (guitar) George Duvivier (bass) Chico Hamilton (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, February 8, 1956
Blues On The Rocks
Skinned Strings
Porch Light
Autumn Landscape
** also issued on World Pacific PJ-1220.

PJ-1221   The Bill Perkins Octet - On Stage

Stu Williamson (trumpet, valve trombone) Carl Fontana (trombone) Bud Shank (alto sax) Bill Perkins (tenor sax) Jack Nimitz (baritone sax, bass clarinet) Russ Freeman (piano) Red Mitchell (bass) Mel Lewis (drums)
Music Box Theatre, Hollywood, CA, February 9, 1956
Song Of The Islands
One Hundred Years From Today
Zing Zang
Let Me See
same personnel
Music Box Theatre, Hollywood, CA, February 16, 1956
For Dancers Only
Just A Child
As They Reveled
When You're Smiling
** also issued on World Pacific PJ-1221.

PJ-1222   Chet Baker Sings

Chet Baker (trumpet, vocals) Russ Freeman (piano) Joe Mondragon (bass) Shelly Manne (drums)
Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, October 27, 1953
PJ-310The Thrill Is Gone
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
Time After Time
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, vocals) Russ Freeman (piano, celeste) James Bond (bass) Peter Littman (drums)
Forum Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, July 23, 1956
S-1871 | ST-1871That Old Feeling
It's Always You
I've Never Been In Love Before
S-1873 | ST-1873My Buddy
Chet Baker (trumpet, vocals) Russ Freeman (piano, celeste) James Bond (bass) Lawrence Marable (drums)
Forum Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, July 30, 1956
Like Someone In Love
My Ideal
** also issued on World Pacific PJ-1222.

PJ-1223   Hoagy Carmichael - Hoagy Sings Carmichael

Harry Edison, Conrad Gozzo (trumpet) Jimmy Zito (bass trumpet) Harry Klee, Art Pepper (alto sax) Mort Friedman (tenor sax) Marty Berman (baritone sax) Jimmy Rowles (piano) Al Hendrickson (guitar) Joe Mondragon (bass) Irv Cottler (drums) Hoagy Carmichael (vocals) Johnny Mandel (arranger, conductor)
Los Angeles, CA, September 10, 1956
Georgia On My Mind
New Orleans
Baltimore Oriole
Ralph Pena (bass) replaces Mondragon
Los Angeles, CA, September 11, 1956
Memphis In June
Two Sleepy People
Lazy River
Don Fagerquist, Ray Linn (trumpet) Jimmy Zito (bass trumpet) Harry Klee, Art Pepper (alto sax) Mort Friedman (tenor sax) Marty Berman (baritone sax) Jimmy Rowles (piano) Al Hendrickson (guitar) Joe Mondragon (bass) Nick Fatool (drums) Hoagy Carmichael (vocals) Johnny Mandel (arranger, conductor)
Forum Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, September 13, 1956
Winter Moon
Skylark
ST-1889Rockin' Chair
ST-1890Ballad In Blue
** also issued on World Pacific PJ-1223; Pacific Jazz CDP 7 46862 2.

PJ-1224   Chet Baker And Crew

Chet Baker (trumpet) Phil Urso (tenor sax) Bobby Timmons (piano) James Bond (bass) Peter Littman (drums) Bill Loughbrough (chromatic timpani -1)
Forum Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, July 24, 25 & 31, 1956
1.To Mickey's Memory
2.Slightly Above Moderate
3.Halema
4.Revelation
5.Something For Liza
6.Lucius Lu (as Lucius Lou)
7.Worrying The Life Out Of Me
8.Medium Rock
** also issued on World Pacific PJ-1224, ST-1224, ST-1004; Pacific Jazz 7243 5 82671 2 9.

PJ-1225   Chico Hamilton Quintet

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
I Know (Theme)
Chanel #5
Beanstalk
September Song
Siete-Cuatro
ST-1888Mr. Jo Jones
I Know (Theme)
ST-1895Satin Doll
Lillian
Reflections
Soft Winds
Caravan
I Know (Theme)
** also issued on World Pacific PJ-1225, ST-1225, ST-1005.
** part of Mosaic MQ9-175, MD6-175.

PJ-1226   Bud Shank/Bob Cooper - Flute 'N Oboe

Bud Shank (alto sax, flute) Bob Cooper (tenor sax, oboe) Howard Roberts (guitar) Don Prell (bass) Chuck Flores (drums)
Capitol Studios, Hollywood, CA, first session, November 29, 1956
Gypsy In My Soul
I Want To Be Happy
ST-1894What'll I Do
Bud Shank (alto sax, flute) Bob Cooper (tenor sax, oboe) Howard Roberts (guitar) Don Prell (bass) Chuck Flores (drums) with Benny Gill, Eudice Shapiro (violin) Millard Thomas (viola) Ray Kramer (cello)
Capitol Studios, Hollywood, CA, second session, November 29, 1956
They Didn't Believe Me
In The Blue Of Evening
ST-1893Tequila Time
I Can't Get Started
Blues For Delilah
Sunset And Wine
** also issued on World Pacific PJ-1226.

PJ-1227   Jim Hall - Jazz Guitar

Carl Perkins (piano) Jim Hall (guitar) Red Mitchell (bass)
Los Angeles, CA, January 10 & 24, 1957
Stompin' At The Savoy
Things Ain't What They Used To Be
This Is Always
Thanks For The Memory
Tangerine
ST-1896Stella By Starlight
9:20 Special
Deep In A Dream
Look For The Silver Lining
Seven Come Eleven
** also issued on World Pacific PJ-1227.

PJ-1228   Gerry Mulligan Quartet Recorded In Boston At Storyville

Bob Brookmeyer (valve trombone, piano) Gerry Mulligan (baritone sax, piano) Bill Crow (bass) Dave Bailey (drums)
"Storyville Club", Boston, MA, December 6, 1956
Bweebida Bwobbida
ST-1902Birth Of The Blues
Baubles, Bangles And Beads
Rustic Hop
Open Country
Storyville Story
ST-1901That Old Feeling
Bike Up The Strand / Utter Chaos
** also issued on World Pacific PJ-1228, ST-1228; Pacific Jazz CDP 7 94472 2.

PJ-1229   Chet Baker Big Band

Chet Baker (trumpet) Bob Burgess (trombone) Fred Waters (alto sax) Phil Urso (alto, tenor, baritone sax) Bob Graf (tenor sax) Bill Hood (baritone sax) Bobby Timmons (piano) James Bond (bass) Peter Littman (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, October 18, 1956
Mythe
Chet
Not Too Slow
Phil's Blues
Dinah
V-Line
Chet Baker (trumpet) Bob Burgess (trombone) Fred Waters (alto sax) Phil Urso (alto, tenor, baritone sax) Bob Graf (tenor sax) Bill Hood (baritone sax) Bobby Timmons (piano) James Bond (bass) James McKean (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, October 19, 1956
Worrying The Life Out Of Me
Chet Baker, Conte Candoli, Norman Faye (trumpet) Frank Rosolino (trombone) Art Pepper, Bud Shank (alto sax) Bill Perkins, Phil Urso (tenor sax) Bobby Timmons (piano) James Bond (bass) Lawrence Marable (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, October 26, 1956
A Foggy Day
Darn That Dream
ST-1898Tenderly
** also issued on World Pacific PJ-1229.

PJ-1230   Bud Shank Quartet

Bud Shank (alto sax, flute) Claude Williamson (piano, celeste) Don Prell (bass) Chuck Flores (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, November 7 & 8, 1956
A Night In Tunisia
Tertia
All Of You
Theme
Jive At Five
Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise
Polka Dots And Moonbeams
The Lamp Is Low
** also issued on World Pacific PJ-1230.
** part of Mosaic MR7-180, MD5-180.

PJ-1231   The Music Of Fred Katz - Zen

Paul Horn (flute, clarinet, alto sax, piccolo) Fred Katz (cello) John Pisano (guitar) Carson Smith (bass) Chico Hamilton (drums) with Herbie Harper, Joe Howard, Dick Noel (trombone -2/4) Harry Klee (flute -2/4) Julie Jacobs (oboe -2/4) Marty Berman (bassoon -2/4) Willy Schwartz (clarinet -2/4)
Capitol Studios, Los Angeles, CA, March 1 & 5, 1955
1.Lord Randall
2.Suite For Horn: Allegro
3.Suite For Horn: Zen
4. ST-1900Suite For Horn: Science-Fiction
5.Pluck It
6.Classical Katz
7. ST-1899Loma
8.Granada
9.Katz-Up
10.Montuna
** also issued on World Pacific PJ-1231.
** part of Mosaic MQ9-175, MD6-175.

World Pacific 1200 series (12 inch LP)

PJ-1232   Quartet: Russ Freeman/Chet Baker

Chet Baker (trumpet) Russ Freeman (piano) Leroy Vinnegar (bass) Shelly Manne (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, November 6, 1956
ST-1903Love Nest
Fan Tan
Summer Sketch
An Afternoon At Home
Say When
ST-1904Lush Life
Amblin'
Hugo Hurwhey

PJ-1233   Bob Brookmeyer Quintet - Traditionalism Revisited

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
ST-1909Santa Claus Blues
Some Sweet Day
Louisiana
ST-1910Sweet Like This
Jada
Don't Be That Way
Bob Brookmeyer (valve trombone, piano) Jimmy Giuffre (clarinet, tenor, baritone sax) Jim Hall (guitar) Ralph Pena (bass) Dave Bailey (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, July 16, 1957
Truckin'
Honeysuckle Rose

PJ-1234   Chet Baker And Art Pepper - Playboys

Chet Baker (trumpet) Art Pepper (alto sax) Phil Urso (tenor sax) Carl Perkins (piano) Curtis Counce (bass) Lawrence Marable (drums)
Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, October 31, 1956
For Minors Only
Minor Yours
Resonant Emotions
Tynan Time
Picture Of Heath
For Miles And Miles
C.T.A.
** also issued on Pacific Jazz PJ-18 entitled "Chet Baker/Art Pepper/Phil Urso - Picture Of Heath".

PJ-1235   Jack Lidstrom Stompers - Look Dad! They're Comin' Down Our Street (In Hi-Fi)

Jack Lidstrom (trumpet) Folke Rabe (trombone) Ove Lind (clarinet) Bjorn Milder (piano) Gunnar Almstedt (bass) Lars Parmenius (drums)
Stockholm, Sweden, February 9, 1956
mr1001Struttin' With Some Barbecue
mr1002Snag It
Jack Lidstrom (trumpet) Jan Bark (trombone) Stig Eriksson (clarinet) Bjorn Milder (piano) Sture Nordin (bass) Lars Parmenius (drums)
Stockholm, Sweden, October 11, 1956
ST-2005Lazy River
New Orleans Stomp
Jack Lidstrom (trumpet) Jan Bark (trombone) Stig Eriksson (clarinet) Bjorn Milder (piano) Lars Holmgren (bass) Anders Burman (drums)
Stockholm, Sweden, April 24, 1957
ST-2004Ole Miss
Blue Turning Grey Over You
Squeeze Me
Big Butter And Egg Man
same personnel
Stockholm, Sweden, September 12, 1957
Once In A While
Blues A La Faz
Potato Head Blues
Wild Man Blues

PJ-1236   Sidney Bechet Has Young Ideas

Sidney Bechet (soprano sax) Martial Solal (piano) Lloyd Thompson (bass) Al Levitt (drums)
Paris, France, March 12, 1957
These Foolish Things
Pennies From Heaven
Once In A While
I Only Have Eyes For You
Jeepers Creepers
The Man I Love
I Never Knew
Exactly Like You
Sidney Bechet (soprano sax) Martial Solal (piano) Pierre Michelot (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums)
Paris, France, June 17, 1957
Embraceable You
All The Things You Are
It Don't Mean A Thing
All Of Me
Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams
Rose Room
** also issued on Inner City IC 7008 entitled "Sidney Bechet/Martial Solal - When A Soprano Meets A Piano".

PJ-1237   The Gerry Mulligan Songbook, Vol. 1

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
Crazy Day
Turnstile
Sextet
Disc Jockey Jump
Venus De Milo
Revelation
** also issued on World Pacific ST-1237, ST-1001. Pacific Jazz 7243 8 33575 2 9 entitled "The Gerry Mulligan Songbook".

PJ-1238   Chico Hamilton Quintet - South Pacific In Hi-Fi

Paul Horn (alto sax, flute) Fred Katz (cello) John Pisano (guitar) Harold Gaylor (bass) Chico Hamilton (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, January 15, 24, 29 & 30, 1958
A Wonderful Guy
This Nearly Was Mine
Dites Moi
Some Enchanted Evening
Bali Ha'i
ST-2012There Is Nothing Like A Dame
ST-2013Younger Than Springtime
Happy Talk
A Cockeyed Optimist
Honey Bun
I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Out Of My Hair
** also issued on World Pacific ST-1238, ST-1003.
** part of Mosaic MQ9-175, MD6-175.

PJ-1239   Brookmeyer/Hall/Raney - The Street Swingers

Bob Brookmeyer (valve trombone, piano) Jim Hall, Jimmy Raney (guitar) Bill Crow (bass) Osie Johnson (drums)
NYC, December 13 & 16, 1957
Arrowhead
Street Swinger
Hot Buttered Noodling
Musicale Du Jour
Raney Day
Jupiter

PJ-1240   The Montgomery Brothers And 5 Others

Freddie Hubbard (trumpet -1,3,4,6) Waymon "Punchy" Atkinson, Alonzo "Pookie" Johnson (tenor sax -1,3,4,6) Buddy Montgomery (vibes) Joe Bradley (piano -1/4,6) Wes Montgomery (guitar) Monk Montgomery (Fender electric bass) Paul Parker (drums)
Indianapolis, IN, December 30, 1957
1.Sound Carrier
2.Lois Ann
3.Bud's Beaux Arts
4.Bock To Bock
5.All The Things You Are
6.Billie's Bounce

PJ-1241   Gerry Mulligan Quartet - Reunion With Chet Baker

Chet Baker (trumpet) Gerry Mulligan (baritone sax) Henry Grimes (bass) Dave Bailey (drums)
Coastal Recording Studios, NYC, December 3, 11 & 17, 1957
Reunion
When Your Lover Has Gone
Stardust
My Heart Belongs To Daddy
ST-2019Jersey Bounce
The Surrey With The Fringe On Top
Ornithology
Travelin' Light
** also issued on World Pacific ST-1241, ST-1007; Pacific Jazz CDP 7 46857 2. Pacific Jazz PJ-47, ST-47 entitled "Gerry Mulligan - Reunion With Chet Baker".

PJ-1242   Chico Hamilton Trio Introducing Freddy Gambrell

Freddie Gambrell as Freddy Gambrell (piano) Ben Tucker (bass) Chico Hamilton (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, March 24 & 25, 1958
Lullaby Of The Leaves
Reservation Blues (as Blues Reservation)
These Foolish Things
Ex-Ray's Friends
Devil's Demise
You're The Cream In My Coffee
Midnight Sun
Five Minutes More
** also issued on World Pacific ST-1242.

PJ-1243   The Mastersounds - 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
** also issued on World Pacific ST-1243, ST-1010. Pacific Jazz PJ-10130, ST-20130 entitled "The Mastersounds With Wes Montgomery - Kismet".

PJ-1244   Various Artists - Jazz Canto, Vol. I: An Anthology Of Poetry And Jazz

Walt Whitman (words) John Carradine (read) with Fred Katz Orchestra
released 1958
Poets To Come
William Carlos Williams (words) Hoagy Carmichael (read) with Ralph Pena Quintet
Tract
Dylan Thomas (words) Ben Wright (read) with Fred Katz Orchestra
In My Craft Or Sullen Art
Lawrence Lipton (words) John Carradine (read) with Chico Hamilton Quintet
Night Song For The Sleepless
Dylan Thomas (words) Ben Wright (read) with Jack Montrose Orchestra
Lament
Lawrence Ferlinghetti (words) Bob Dorough (read) with Bob Dorough Quintet
Dog
William Carlos Williams (words) Hoagy Carmichael (read) with Bob Hardaway
Young Sycamore
Langston Hughes (words) Bob Dorough (read) with Bob Dorough Quintet
Daybreak In Alabama / Night And Morn / The Dreamkeeper
Philip Whalen (words) Roy Glenn (read) with Gerry Mulligan Quartet
Big High Song For Somebody
** also issued on World Pacific WP-1409 entitled "Poetry And Jazz".

WP-1245   Charlie Mariano And Jerry Dodgion Sextet - Beauties Of 1918

Jerry Dodgion (alto sax, flute) Charlie Mariano (alto sax, recorder) Victor Feldman (vibes) Jimmy Rowles (piano) Monte Budwig (bass) Shelly Manne (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, December 10 & 11, 1957
After You've Gone
When Johnny Comes Marching Home
Deep River
Till We Meet Again
K-K-K-Katy
Till The Clouds Roll By
Over There
Ja Da
Hello, Central, Give Me No Man's Land
** also issued on World Pacific ST-1014.

WP-1246   Gil Evans - New Bottle Old Wine

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
King Porter Stomp
Lester Leaps In
'Round Midnight
Bill Barber (tuba) Phil Bodner (reeds) Philly Joe Jones (drums) replaces Phillips, Sanfino, Blakey
Manhattan Towers, NYC, May 2, 1958
Willow Tree
Art Blakey (drums) replaces Jones
Manhattan Towers, NYC, May 21, 1958
Struttin' With Some Barbecue
Clyde Reasinger (trumpet) replaces Royal
Manhattan Towers, NYC, May 26, 1958
Manteca
Bird Feathers
** also issued on World Pacific WP-1298, ST-1298; Pacific Jazz PJ-40, ST-40 entitled "Gil Evans Orchestra Featuring Cannonball Adderley". World Pacific ST-1011.
** part of Blue Note BN-LA461-H2.

WP-1247   Art Blakey/Benny Barth/Chico Hamilton/Chatur Lal - Drums On Fire!

Jon Eardley (trumpet) Gerry Mulligan (baritone sax, piano) Red Mitchell (bass) Chico Hamilton (drums)
"Stockton High School", Stockton, CA, November 12, 1954
Bark For Barksdale
Bill Hardman (trumpet) Jackie McLean (alto sax) Sam Dockery (piano) Spanky DeBrest (bass) Art Blakey (drums)
NYC, February 11, 1957
Ritual
Buddy Montgomery (vibes) Richie Crabtree (piano) Monk Montgomery (Fender electric bass) Benny Barth (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, December 5, 1957
Caravan
Chatur Lal (tabla)
released 1958
Tabla Solo (Variations In Tintal)

WP-1248   Ravi Shankar - India's Master Musician

Ravi Shankar (sitar) N.C. Mullick (tambura) Chatur Lal (tabla)
released 1958
Kafi Holi (Color Festival)
Dhun (Folk Airs)
Mishra Piloo (In Thumri Style)
Raga Puriya Dhanashri (Jhaptal 10)
Raga Charu Keshi (Tintal)
** also issued on World Pacific ST-1013, WP-1422, ST-1422.

WP-1249   Chet Baker - Pretty/Groovy

Chet Baker (trumpet) Russ Freeman (piano) Bob Whitlock (bass) Bobby White (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, July 27, 1953
PJ-225The Lamp Is Low (as Pavane For A Dead Princess)
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)
Carson City Stage
Easy To Love
Batter Up
same personnel
Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, October 3, 1953
The Thrill Is Gone (12" LP take)
Band Aid
Chet Baker (trumpet) Russ Freeman (piano) Joe Mondragon (bass) Shelly Manne (drums)
Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, October 27, 1953
Winter Wonderland (LP take)
Chet Baker (trumpet) Russ Freeman (piano) Carson Smith (bass) Bob Neel (drums) plus an overdub: Jimmy Giuffre (clarinet -4) Bill Perkins (tenor sax -1/3,5)
Capitol Studios, Los Angeles, CA, February 15, 1954;
probably Los Angeles, CA area, 1950s
1.Look For The Silver Lining
2.Time After Time
3.My Funny Valentine
4.There Will Never Be Another You
5.But Not For Me
Chet Baker (trumpet, vocals) Dave Wheat (guitar) Russ Savakus (bass)
Coastal Recording Studios, NYC, December 9, 1957
Trav'lin' Light

WP-1250   David Allen/Bill Holman Orchestra - Let's Face The Music And Dance!

David Allen (vocals) with Jimmy Rowles (piano, arranger) Johnny Mandel (arranger) Bill Holman (arranger, director) and others
World Pacific Studios, Hollywood, CA, June 30, 1958
Hooray For Love
Shake Down The Stars
You Send Me
ST-2026Impossible
I Like The Likes Of You
ST-2027Can't Help It
Sittin' On The Top Of The World
They All Laughed
Life Is Just A Bowl Of Cherries
I've Got The Sun In The Morning
Yours Sincerely
Let's Face The Music And Dance
** also issued on Discovery DS-916 entitled "David Allyn With The Bill Holman Orchestra - Yours Sincerely".

WP-1251   Bud Shank/Len Mercer Strings - I'll Take Romance

Bob Brookmeyer (valve trombone) Bud Shank (alto sax) Claude Williamson (piano) Joe Mondragon (bass) Larry Bunker (drums) with Sam Cytron, Milton Feher, Tibor Zelig (violin) Myron Sandler (viola) Paul Bergstrom (cello)
Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, November 29, 1954
When Your Lover Has Gone
Out Of This World
You Are Too Beautiful
Giulio Libano (trumpet) Appio Squajella (flute, French horn) Glauco Masetti (alto sax) Bud Shank (alto sax, flute) Eraldo Volonte (tenor sax) Fausto Pepetti (baritone sax) Bruno De Filippi (guitar) Don Prell (bass) Jimmy Pratt (drums) with unidentified harp and strings, Len Mercer (arranger, conductor)
Milan, Italy, April 4 & 5, 1958
I'll Take Romance
These Foolish Things
Deep Purple
How Deep Is The Ocean
What A Difference A Day Made
Someone To Watch Over Me
Embraceable You
Smoke Gets In Your Eyes

WP-1252   The Mastersounds - Flower Drum Song

Buddy Montgomery (vibes) Richie Crabtree (piano) Monk Montgomery (Fender electric bass) Benny Barth (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, December 4, 1958
Overture
Love Look Away
You Are Beautiful
Sunday
Grant Avenue
Chop Suey
A Flower
I'm Going To Like It Here
** also issued on World Pacific ST-1252, ST-1012.

WP-1253   Annie Ross - Sings A Song With Mulligan!

Chet Baker (trumpet) Gerry Mulligan (baritone sax) Henry Grimes (bass) Dave Bailey (drums) Annie Ross (vocals)
NYC, December 11 & 12, 1957
This Time The Dream's On Me
Let There Be Love
Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea
How About You
It Don't Mean A Thing
Art Farmer (trumpet) Gerry Mulligan (baritone sax) Bill Crow (bass) Dave Bailey (drums) Annie Ross (vocals)
NYC, September 25, 1958
I Feel Pretty
I've Grown Accustomed To Your Face
All Of You
Give Me The Simple Life
This Is Always
** also issued on World Pacific ST-1253, ST-1020; Pacific Jazz CDP 7 46852 2.

WP-1254   Bud And Travis/Barbara Dane/Rolf Cahn/Lynn Gold - A Night At The Ash Grove: Saturday Night At Coffee House

Barbara Dane (guitar, vocals)
live? at the Ash Grove, Hollywood, CA, released 1958
Away! Away! Away! With Rum, By Gum!
Bud Dashiell, Travis Edmonson (guitar, vocals)
La Bamba
Lynn Gold (guitar, vocals)
Tinafto
Bud Dashiell (guitar, vocals)
Johnny, I Hardly Knew You
Lynn Gold, Sol Gold (guitar, vocals)
Orcha Bamidbar
Barbara Dane (guitar, vocals)
Don't Sing Love Songs
Rolf Cahn, Carl Granich (guitar, vocals)
The Ship Titanic
Bud Dashiell, Travis Edmonson (guitar, vocals)
Le Chanson De La Framboise
Lynn Gold (guitar, vocals)
The Quiet Land Of Erin
Rolf Cahn (guitar, vocals)
Yarrow
Barbara Dane (guitar, vocals)
How Long Blues
Rolf Cahn (guitar, vocals)
Seguriyas

WP-1255   Reflections With Gerald Heard

Gerald Heard (spoken word)
released 1959
Selected Verses From The Book Of Psalms
After A Prayer Of Rabbia
After A Prayer Of St. Bernard Of Clairvaux
After A Prayer Of Fenelon
From The Gelasian Sacramentary
A Prayer Of Cleanthes
Paraphrased From The Tao Te Ching Of Lao Tzu
Selected Verses From De Adherendo Deo
St. Augustine
Paraphrased From The Upanishads
Selected Verses From Hertha
Selected Verses From The Higher Pantheism
After A Prayer By St. Anselm
Selected Verses From I Am The Way
** part of World Pacific WP-1417.

WP-1256   Freddie Gambrell With Ben Tucker

Freddie Gambrell (piano) Ben Tucker (bass)
Los Angeles, CA, circa May, 1958
Feudin' And Fightin'
Who You
Yesterdays
Summer House
Anything Goes
Indian Love Call
Without A Song
Linda
Falling In Love With Love
When I Fall In Love
Opus 116
Stomping At The Savoy

WP-1257   Various Artists - The Sound Of Big Band Jazz In Hi-Fi!

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
What Am I Here For
Stu Williamson (trumpet, valve trombone) Carl Fontana (trombone) Bud Shank (alto sax) Bill Perkins (tenor sax) Jack Nimitz (baritone sax, bass clarinet) Russ Freeman (piano) Red Mitchell (bass) Mel Lewis (drums)
Music Box Theatre, Hollywood, CA, February 9, 1956
Let Me See (alternate take)
Harry Edison, Conrad Gozzo (trumpet) Jimmy Zito (bass trumpet) Harry Klee, Art Pepper (alto sax) Mort Friedman (tenor sax) Marty Berman (baritone sax) Jimmy Rowles (piano) Al Hendrickson (guitar) Joe Mondragon (bass) Irv Cottler (drums) Johnny Mandel (arranger, conductor)
Los Angeles, CA, September 10, 1956
Georgia On My Mind (instrumental)
Chet Baker, Conte Candoli, Norman Faye (trumpet) Frank Rosolino (trombone) Art Pepper, Bud Shank (alto sax) Bill Perkins, Phil Urso (tenor sax) Bobby Timmons (piano) James Bond (bass) Lawrence Marable (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, October 26, 1956
ST-1898Tenderly
Chet Baker, Don Fagerquist, Ray Linn (trumpet) Milt Bernhart (trombone) Charlie Mariano, Herbie Steward (alto sax) Bud Shank (alto sax, flute) Bill Holman, Richie Kamuca (tenor sax) Pepper Adams (baritone sax) Claude Williamson (piano) Monte Budwig (bass) Mel Lewis (drums) Mike Pacheco (bongos)
Los Angeles, CA, November 8, 1956
ST-1907 | SX-512Jimmy's Theme
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
Bunny
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
Disc Jockey Jump (alternate take)
with unidentified large orchestra, Johnny Mandel (arranger, conductor)
NYC, 1957
Dearly Beloved (instrumental)
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
Lester Leaps In (alternate take)
Jimmy Rowles (piano, arranger) Johnny Mandel (arranger) Bill Holman (arranger, director) and others
World Pacific Studios, Hollywood, CA, June 30, 1958
Hooray For Love (instrumental)
** also issued on World Pacific JWC-514, ST-1015.

WP-1258   Chico Hamilton Quintet - Ellington Suite

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 / Perdido
Everything But You
Lucky So And So
Azure
I'm Beginning To See The Light
In A Mellow Tone
Sittin' And A Rockin'
In A Sentimental Mood
Day Dream
It Don't Mean A Thing
** also issued on World Pacific ST-1258, ST-1016.
** part of Mosaic MQ9-175, MD6-175.

WP-1259   Bud Shank - Holiday In Brazil

Bud Shank (alto sax, flute) Laurindo Almeida (guitar, arranger) Gary Peacock (bass) Chuck Flores (drums)
Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, March, 1958
Simpatico
Rio Rhapsody
Nocturno
Little Girl Blue
Choro In "A"
Mood Antigua
The Color Of Her Hair
Lonely
I Didn't Know What Time It Was
Carioca Hills
** also issued on World Pacific ST-1259, ST-1018. World Pacific WP-1419, ST-1419 entitled "Brazilliance, Vol. 2".
** part of World Pacific CDP 7 96102 2.

WP-1260   The Mastersounds - Ballads And Blues

Buddy Montgomery (vibes) Richie Crabtree (piano) Monk Montgomery (Fender electric bass) Benny Barth (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, January 7, 1959
Blues Medley: Bluesology / Purple Sounds / Fontessa
Heidi
Little Stevie
Solar
How Deep Is The Ocean
Monk's Ballad
E6706Mint Julep
E6707The Champ
** also issued on World Pacific ST-1019.

WP-1261   Sonny Payne/Mel Lewis/Benny Barth/Armando Peraza/Ray Mosca - More Drums On Fire!

Buddy Montgomery (vibes) Richie Crabtree (piano) Monk Montgomery (Fender electric bass) Benny Barth (drums): same personnel
Los Angeles, CA, December 4, 1958
I'm Going To Like It Here
Zoot Sims (tenor sax) Russ Freeman (piano) Jim Hall (guitar) Monte Budwig (bass) Sonny Payne (drums)
"The Crescendo", Hollywood, CA, March 24, 1959
Clap Hands, Here Comes Charley
Zoot Sims (tenor sax) Russ Freeman (piano) Jim Hall (guitar) Monte Budwig (bass) Mel Lewis (drums)
Sound Enterprises, Hollywood, CA, March 25, 1959
Brushes
Freddie Gambrell (piano) Ben Tucker (bass) Ray Mosca (drums) Armando Peraza (bongos)
Sound Enterprises, Hollywood, CA, 1959
Artistry In Rhythm
Freddie Gambrell (piano) Ben Tucker (bass) Armando Peraza (bongos)
Triste
** also issued on World Pacific ST-1022.

WP-1262   Freddie Gambrell Featuring Paul Horn - Mikado

Paul Horn (flute) Freddie Gambrell (piano) Dempsey Wright (guitar) Ben Tucker (bass) Ray Mosca (drums) Armando Peraza (bongos)
Sound Enterprises, Hollywood, CA, 1959
Overture / Mi-ya-sa-ma
The Flowers That Bloom In The Spring
Tit-Willow
A Wand'ring Minstrel, I
Behold The Lord High Executioner
Three Little Maids From School Are We
I Am So Proud
The Sun Whose Rays Are All Ablaze
If You Want To Know Who We Are
** also issued on World Pacific ST-1023.

WP-1263   Buddy Bregman And His Dance Band! - Swingin' Standards

Conte Candoli, Al Porcino, Ray Triscari, Stu Williamson (trumpet) Joe Howard, Frank Rosolino, Lloyd Ulyate (trombone) George Roberts (bass trombone) Bob Cooper, Bill Holman, Richie Kamuca (tenor sax) Bill Perkins (baritone sax) Russ Freeman (piano) Jim Hall (guitar) Monte Budwig (bass) Mel Lewis (drums) Buddy Bregman (leader, arranger)
Los Angeles, CA, 1959
My Buddy
All Of You
In A Mellow Tone
I Love Paris
It's All Right With Me
John Audino (trumpet) Marshall Cram (trombone) replaces Candoli, Ulyate
Too Close For Comfort
Baubles, Bangles, And Beads
Imagination
My Heart Stood Still
Just In Time
** also issued on World Pacific ST-1024.

WP-1264   Lambert, Hendricks And Ross - The Swingers!

Zoot Sims (tenor sax) Russ Freeman (piano) Freddie Green (guitar) Ed Jones (bass) Sonny Payne (drums) Jon Hendricks, Dave Lambert, Annie Ross (vocals)
"The Crescendo", Hollywood, CA, March 21, 1959
Airegin
Babe's Blues
Jackie
Swingin' Till The Girls Come Home
Four
Little Niles
Where
Zoot Sims (tenor sax) Russ Freeman (piano) Jim Hall (guitar) Ed Jones (bass) Sonny Payne (drums) Jon Hendricks, Dave Lambert, Annie Ross (vocals)
"The Crescendo", Hollywood, CA, March 24, 1959
Dark Cloud
Now's The Time
Love Makes The World Go 'Round
** also issued on World Pacific ST-1025; Affinity (E) AFF 131.

WP-1265   Bud Shank - Slippery When Wet (Soundtrack)

Bud Shank (alto sax, flute) Billy Bean (guitar) Gary Peacock (bass) Chuck Flores (drums)
World Pacific Studios, Hollywood, CA, April 18, 1959
Mook's Theme
Surf Pipers
The Surf And I
Up In Velseyland
Surf For Two
Slippery When Wet
Going My Wave
Old King Nep's Tune
Walkin' On The Water
Soupsville
** also issued on World Pacific ST-1265.
** part of Mosaic MR7-180, MD5-180.

WP-1266   Paul Horn Four - Impressions!

Paul Horn (flute, alto sax, clarinet) Gene Estes (vibes) John Pisano (guitar) Lyle Ritz (bass)
Los Angeles, CA, 1959
Maid With The Flaxen Hair (Debussey)
Mist
The Little Shepherd
Berceuse (Stravinsky)
Waltz #2 (Ravel)
Waltz #3 (Ravel)
Pavanne For A Dead Princess (Ravel)
Greensleeves
Baltimore Oriole
Good Bait
Green Dolphin Street

WP-1267   Jimmy Witherspoon - Singin' The Blues

Gerald Wilson (trumpet) Jimmy Allen, Teddy Edwards (tenor sax) Hampton Hawes (piano) Herman Mitchell (guitar) Jimmy Hamilton (bass) Jimmy Miller (drums) Jimmy Witherspoon (vocals)
Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, May 8, 1958
When I've Been Drinkin'
All That's Good
It Ain't What You're Thinkin'
Wee Baby Blues
Times Have Changed
There's Good Rockin' Tonight
Harry Edison (trumpet) Jimmy Allen, Teddy Edwards (tenor sax) Henry McDode (piano) Herman Mitchell (guitar) Jimmy Hamilton (bass) Jimmy Miller (drums) Jimmy Witherspoon (vocals)
Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, May 16, 1958
S.K. Blues
Then The Lights Go Out
Spoon's Blues
Ain't Nobody's Business
Sweets' Blues
** also issued on World Pacific WP-1402 entitled "There's Good Rockin' Tonight!".

WP-1268   Indications With Gerald Heard

Gerald Heard (spoken word)
released 1959
What Is Love?: Side I
What Is Love?: Side II
** part of World Pacific WP-1417.

WP-1269   The Mastersounds - In Concert

Buddy Montgomery (vibes) Richie Crabtree (piano) Monk Montgomery (Fender electric bass) Benny Barth (drums)
"Junior College", Pasadena, CA, April 11, 1959
Stomping At The Savoy
Medley: In A Sentimental Mood / Our Very Own / These Foolish Things
Love For Sale
Star Eyes
Two Different Worlds
Somebody Loves Me
** also issued on World Pacific ST-1269, ST-1026.

WP-1270   Gil Evans Orchestra - Great Jazz Standards

Johnny Coles, Louis Mucci, Allen Smith (trumpet) Bill Elton, Curtis Fuller, Dick Lieb (trombone) Bob Northern (French horn) Bill Barber (tuba) Steve Lacy (soprano sax) Al Block (woodwinds) Gil Evans (piano, arranger, conductor) Chuck Wayne (guitar) Dick Carter (bass) Dennis Charles (drums)
NYC, circa early 1959
Davenport Blues
Straight, No Chaser
Django
Johnny Coles, Louis Mucci, Danny Stiles (trumpet) Jimmy Cleveland, Curtis Fuller, Rod Levitt (trombone) Earl Chapin (French horn) Bill Barber (tuba) Steve Lacy (soprano sax) Budd Johnson (tenor sax, clarinet) Ed Caine (woodwinds) Gil Evans (piano, arranger, conductor) Ray Crawford (guitar) Tommy Potter (bass) Elvin Jones (drums)
NYC, February 5, 1959
Ballad Of The Sad Young Men
Joy Spring
Chant Of The Weed
La Nevada (theme)
** also issued on World Pacific ST-1270, ST-1027. Pacific Jazz PJ-28, ST-28 entitled "Gil Evans And His Orchestra - America's #1 Arranger".
** part of Blue Note BN-LA461-H2.

WP-1271   The Mastersounds - Jazz Showcase

Buddy Montgomery (vibes) Richie Crabtree (piano) Monk Montgomery (Fender electric bass) Benny Barth (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, September 12, 1957
Un Poco Loco
Wes' Tune
Lover
Dexter's Deck
If I Should Lose You
That Old Devil Moon
The Queen And I
Spring Is Here
Water's Edge
Drum Tune
** reissue of World Pacific PJM-403.

WP-1272   The Mastersounds - The King And I

Buddy Montgomery (vibes) Richie Crabtree (piano) Monk Montgomery (Fender electric bass) Benny Barth (drums): same personnel
Los Angeles, CA, September 19, 1957
Medley: I Have Dreamed / The Puzzlement / Something Wonderful
Dance Of The Siamese Children
ST-2001Getting To Know You
My Lord And Master
Medley: Hello Young Lovers / Whistle A Happy Tune
We Kiss In The Shadows
ST-2000Shall We Dance
Epilogue
** reissue of World Pacific PJM-405.

WP-1273   Lee Konitz Plays With The Gerry Mulligan Quartet

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.

WP-1274   The Wide Weird World Of Shorty Petterstein - More Interviews Of Our Time

Shorty Petterstein, Alan Watts (spoken word)
released 1958
ST-2022A History Of Jazz
ST-2023Origin Of Jazz Terms
"Do You Want A Little Lovin'?"
Chess (The New 3-Dimensional Variety)
Rock 'N' Roll Interview With Jump Calkenburger
George's Mother (The Classic Psychopath)
Guitar For Sale
Telephone Therapy (Another Service Of Your Telephone)
Drums In The Typewriter (Woodrow Leafer)
"A Visit To My Best Girl"
Mental Blockages - I Couldn't Remember The Words
Breaking The Habit (An Easy Way)
"Quiet, Children" - Childhood Traumas
Self Analysis - A Frank Admission
It's No Laughing Matter
** reissue of World Pacific WPM-412.

WP-1275   The Jazz Messengers Featuring Art Blakey - Ritual

Bill Hardman (trumpet) Jackie McLean (alto sax) Sam Dockery (piano) Spanky DeBrest (bass) Art Blakey (drums)
NYC, January 14, 1957
Sam You Made The Bridge Too Long (as Sam's Tune)
Once Upon A Groove
Touche
same personnel
NYC, February 11, 1957
Scotch Blues
Comments By Art Blakey
Ritual
Wake Up
** reissue of Pacific Jazz PJM-402.

WP-1276   Annie Ross - Gypsy

Conte Candoli, Pete Candoli (trumpet) Frank Rosolino (trombone) Herb Geller (alto sax) Richie Kamuca or Stan Getz (tenor sax) Bill Perkins (baritone sax) Russ Freeman (piano) Jim Hall (guitar) Monte Budwig (bass) Mel Lewis (drums) Annie Ross (vocals) Buddy Bregman (arranger)
Los Angeles, CA, late 1958-early 1959
Overture
Everything's Coming Up Roses
You'll Never Get Away
Some People
All I Need Is A Boy
Small World
Together
Let Me Entertain You
Reprise
** also issued on World Pacific ST-1276, ST-1028, WP-1808, ST-1808.

WP-1277   Bud Shank/Bob Cooper - Blowin' Country

Bud Shank (alto sax, flute) Bob Cooper (tenor sax, oboe) Howard Roberts (guitar) Don Prell (bass) Chuck Flores (drums)
Capitol Studios, Hollywood, CA, first session, November 29, 1956
Sweet Georgia Brown
Bud Shank (flute, alto sax) Bob Cooper (oboe, tenor sax, arranger) Claude Williamson (piano) Don Prell (bass) Chuck Flores (drums)
Capitol Studios, Hollywood, CA, February 18, 1958
Mutual Admiration Society
Two Lost Souls
I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face
Just In Time
Dinah
As Long As There's Music
ST-2025Steve Allen Theme
Love Nest
Blowin' Country

WP-1278   Kimio Eto - Koto Music

Kimio Eto (koto)
released 1959
Midori No Asa (Bright Morning)
Omoide (Song Of Remembrance)
Kazoe Uta (Song Of Children At Play)
Choryu (The Current)
Kibo No Hikari (A Light Of Hope)
Midare (Classical Instrumental Piece)
Haru No Sugata (Mood Of Early Spring)
** also issued on World Pacific ST-1278, WP-1423, ST-1423.

WP-1279   Lord Buckley - Way Out Humor

Lord Buckley (spoken word)
"Ivar Theatre", Hollywood CA, February 12, 1959
Supermarket
Horse's Mouth
Black Cross
Lions
The Naz
My Own Railroad
Willie The Shake
God's Own Drunk
** also issued on World Pacific WP-1815 entitled "Lord Buckley In Concert".

WP-1280   The Mastersounds - Happy Holidays From Many Lands

Buddy Montgomery (vibes) Richie Crabtree (piano) Monk Montgomery (Fender electric bass) Benny Barth (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, 1959
Arre, Borriquita
Pobre Gitanilla
Deck The Halls
Bells For Charla
Caroling, Caroling
Noel Nouvelet
Campone Di Natale
Jingle Bells
Medley: White Christmas / The Christmas Song / Rudolph The Red Nose Reindeer / Oh, Tannenbaum / We Wish You A Merry Christmas
** also issued on World Pacific ST-1280, ST-1030.

WP-1281   Bud Shank - Latin Contrasts

Bud Shank (alto sax, flute) Laurindo Almeida (guitar, arranger) Gary Peacock (bass) Chuck Flores (drums)
Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, March, 1958
Harlem Samba
North Of The Border
Sunset Baion
'Round About Midnight
Toro Dance
Serenade For Alto
Xana Lyn
Blowing Wild
Gershwin Prelude
Frio Y Color
** also issued on World Pacific ST-1281. World Pacific WP-1425, ST-1425 entitled "Brazilliance, Vol. 3".
** part of World Pacific CDP 7 96102 2.

WP-1282   Sarita & Co. - Flamenco Singing And Dancing

Sarita Heredia (guitar, gourd, pitos, castanets, vocals)
"The Club Matador", Los Angeles, CA, released 1959
Reumba Gitana
Tango
Zapateado
Guajiras
Fandango De Huelva
Allegrias Rosas
Candelorio
Tarantas
** also issued on World Pacific ST-1282. World Pacific WP-1427, ST-1427 entitled "Sarita Heredia At The Matador - Flamenco Fire!".

WP-1283   Jon Hendricks - A Good Git-Together

Pony Poindexter (alto sax, vocals) Buddy Montgomery (vibes) Gildo Mahones (piano) Wes Montgomery (guitar) Ike Isaacs (bass) Jimmy Wormworth as Jimmy Wormsworth (drums) Bill Perkins (tambourine) Jon Hendricks (vocals)
Fugazi Hall, San Francisco, CA, 1959
Everything Started In The House Of The Lord
I'll Die Happy
Minor Catastrophe
B-2058 | 5710Everything Started In The House Of The Lord
Nat Adderley (cornet) Cannonball Adderley (alto sax) Gildo Mahones (piano) Wes Montgomery (guitar) Monk Montgomery (Fender electric bass) Walter Bolden (drums) Jon Hendricks (vocals)
Music In The Air
Pretty Strange
The Shouter
Social Call
Out Of The Past
Pony Poindexter (alto sax) Gildo Mahones (piano) Wes Montgomery (guitar) Monk Montgomery (Fender electric bass) Walter Bolden (drums) Jon Hendricks (vocals)
Feed Me
A-2058 | 5709A Good Git-Together
** also issued on World Pacific ST-1283.

WP-1284   The Mastersounds - Play Horace Silver

Buddy Montgomery (vibes) Richie Crabtree (piano) Monk Montgomery (Fender electric bass) Benny Barth (drums)
"The Jazz Workshop", San Francisco, CA, 1959
Ecaroh
Enchantment
Nica's Dream
Doodlin'
Moonrays
Buhania
** also issued on World Pacific ST-1284.

WP-1285   Annie Ross - A Gasser!

Zoot Sims (tenor sax) Russ Freeman (piano) Jim Hall (guitar) Monte Budwig (bass) Mel Lewis (drums) Annie Ross (vocals)
Sound Enterprises, Hollywood, CA, March 25, 1959
Everything I've Got Belongs To You
I Didn't Know About You
I Don't Want To Cry Anymore
I Was Doin' Allright
You Took Advantage Of Me
Zoot Sims (tenor sax) Russ Freeman (piano) Billy Bean (guitar) Monte Budwig (bass) Mel Lewis (drums) Annie Ross (vocals)
Sound Enterprises, Hollywood, CA, March 26, 1959
Invitation To The Blues
Lucky Day
Zoot Sims (tenor sax) Russ Freeman (piano) Billy Bean (guitar) Monte Budwig (bass) Frank Capp (drums) Annie Ross (vocals)
Nobody's Baby
Bill Perkins (tenor sax) Russ Freeman (piano) Jim Hall (guitar) Monte Budwig (bass) Mel Lewis (drums) Annie Ross (vocals)
Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, July 9, 1959
You're Nearer
Lucky So And So
** also issued on World Pacific ST-1285.

WP-1286   Bud Shank - Flute N' Alto

Bud Shank (alto sax, flute) Claude Williamson (piano) Don Prell (bass) Chuck Flores (drums)
Capitol Studios, Los Angeles, CA, January 25, 1956
Bag Of Blues
Nature Boy
Jubilation
Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me
Nocturne For Flute
Walkin'
Bud Shank (alto sax, flute) Claude Williamson (piano, celeste) Don Prell (bass) Chuck Flores (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, November 7 & 8, 1956
A Night In Tunisia
Jive At Five
Polka Dots And Moonbeams
** also issued on World Pacific ST-1286.

WP-1287   The Original Chico Hamilton Quintet

Buddy Collette (tenor, alto sax, clarinet, flute) Fred Katz (cello) Jim Hall (guitar) Carson Smith (bass) Chico Hamilton (drums)
"The Strollers", Long Beach, CA, November 11, 1955
Caravan
Tea For Two
Fast Flute
Change It
Cute Little Deal
A Mood
This Is Your Day
I'll Keep Loving You
Crazy Rhythm
** part of Mosaic MQ9-175, MD6-175.

WP-1288   Joe Newman - Countin' Five In Sweden

Joe Newman (trumpet) Al Grey (trombone) Frank Wess (tenor sax, flute) Nat Pierce (piano) Eddie Jones (bass) Sonny Payne (drums)
"Konserthuset", Goteborg, Sweden, October 2, 1958
Slats
Feather's Nest
Joe Newman (trumpet) Al Grey (trombone) Frank Wess (tenor sax, flute) Nat Pierce (piano) Eddie Jones (bass) Sonny Payne (drums) with Putte Wickman (clarinet -4)
"Konserthuset", Goteborg, Sweden, October 13, 1958
1.Cute
2.The Sleeper
3.Ballad Medley: Easy Living / September Song / Don't Blame Me
4.When The Saints Go Marching In
** reissue of Metronome (Swd) MLP 15018.

WP-1289   Various Artists - Swingin' Like Sixty, Vol. 1: The Singers/The Swingers

Chet Baker (trumpet) Gerry Mulligan (baritone sax) Henry Grimes (bass) Dave Bailey (drums) Annie Ross (vocals)
NYC, December 11 & 12, 1957
How About You
Gerald Wilson (trumpet) Jimmy Allen, Teddy Edwards (tenor sax) Hampton Hawes (piano) Herman Mitchell (guitar) Jimmy Hamilton (bass) Jimmy Miller (drums) Jimmy Witherspoon (vocals)
Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, May 8, 1958
There's Good Rockin' Tonight
Johnny Coles, Louis Mucci, Danny Stiles (trumpet) Jimmy Cleveland, Curtis Fuller, Rod Levitt (trombone) Earl Chapin (French horn) Bill Barber (tuba) Steve Lacy (soprano sax) Budd Johnson (tenor sax, clarinet) Ed Caine (woodwinds) Gil Evans (piano, arranger, conductor) Ray Crawford (guitar) Tommy Potter (bass) Elvin Jones (drums)
NYC, February 5, 1959
La Nevada (theme) (short version)
Zoot Sims (tenor sax) Russ Freeman (piano) Freddie Green (guitar) Ed Jones (bass) Sonny Payne (drums) Jon Hendricks, Dave Lambert, Annie Ross (vocals)
"The Crescendo", Hollywood, CA, March 21, 1959
Airegin (alternate take)
Zoot Sims (tenor sax) Russ Freeman (piano) Jim Hall (guitar) Monte Budwig (bass) Mel Lewis (drums) Annie Ross (vocals)
Sound Enterprises, Hollywood, CA, March 25, 1959
Everything I've Got Belongs To You
Teddy Edwards (tenor sax) Joe Castro (piano) Leroy Vinnegar (bass) Billy Higgins (drums) Gloria Smyth (vocals)
Sound Enterprises, Hollywood, CA, September 12, 1959
Gee Baby, Ain't I Good To You
Buddy Montgomery (piano) Wes Montgomery (guitar) Monk Montgomery (Fender electric bass) Louis Hayes (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, October 1, 1959
6555Summertime
Gerald Wilson (trumpet) Harold Land (tenor sax) Jackie Davis (organ) Jim Hall (guitar) Curtis Counce (bass) Nat Morris Jr. (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, late 1959
E6599Blowin' The Blues
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
Feed Me
Buddy Montgomery (vibes) Richie Crabtree (piano) Monk Montgomery (Fender electric bass) Benny Barth (drums)
"The Jazz Workshop", San Francisco, CA, 1959
Doodlin' (alternate take)
Donald Sleet (trumpet) Daniel Jackson (tenor sax) Terry Trotter (piano) Herbie Lewis (bass) Lenny McBrowne (drums)
Rex Productions Studio, Hollywood, CA, January 2 & March 21, 1960
Soul Sisters
Les McCann (piano) Leroy Vinnegar (bass) Ron Jefferson (drums)
United Recording, Hollywood, CA, February 4, 1960
6161 (13186)Vacushna

WP-1290   Various Artists - Swingin' Like Sixty, Vol. 2: Around The World

Bud Shank (alto sax, flute) Laurindo Almeida (guitar, arranger) Gary Peacock (bass) Chuck Flores (drums)
Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, March, 1958
Choro In "A"
Langston Hughes (words) Bob Dorough (read) with Bob Dorough Quintet
released 1958
Daybreak In Alabama
Ravi Shankar (sitar) N.C. Mullick (tambura) Chatur Lal (tabla)
Dhun (Folk Airs)
Mishra Piloo (In Thumri Style)
Bud Dashiell, Travis Edmonson (guitar, vocals)
live? at the Ash Grove, Hollywood, CA, released 1958
La Bamba
Lynn Gold (guitar, vocals)
The Quiet Land Of Erin
Sonny Terry (harmonica, vocals) Brownie McGhee (guitar, vocals)
Los Angeles, CA, December 29, 1959
Livin' With The Blues
Paul Horn (flute, alto sax, clarinet) Gene Estes (vibes) John Pisano (guitar) Lyle Ritz (bass)
Los Angeles, CA, 1959
Greensleeves
Kimio Eto (koto)
released 1959
Choryu (The Current)
Midare (Classical Instrumental Piece)
Sarita Heredia (guitar, gourd, pitos, castanets, vocals)
"The Club Matador", Los Angeles, CA, released 1959
Fandango De Huelva

WP-1291   Various Artists - Swingin' Like Sixty, Vol. 3: Something For Both Ears

Harry Edison, Conrad Gozzo (trumpet) Jimmy Zito (bass trumpet) Harry Klee, Art Pepper (alto sax) Mort Friedman (tenor sax) Marty Berman (baritone sax) Jimmy Rowles (piano) Al Hendrickson (guitar) Joe Mondragon (bass) Irv Cottler (drums) Johnny Mandel (arranger, conductor)
Los Angeles, CA, September 10, 1956
Georgia On My Mind (instrumental)
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
Caravan
Chet Baker (trumpet) Gerry Mulligan (baritone sax) Henry Grimes (bass) Dave Bailey (drums)
Coastal Recording Studios, NYC, December 3, 11 & 17, 1957
Ornithology
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
Revelation
Jerry Dodgion (alto sax, flute) Charlie Mariano (alto sax, recorder) Victor Feldman (vibes) Jimmy Rowles (piano) Monte Budwig (bass) Shelly Manne (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, December 10 & 11, 1957
2050The Vamp's Blues (as Seeburg Blues)
Paul Horn (alto sax, flute) Fred Katz (cello) John Pisano (guitar) Harold Gaylor (bass) Chico Hamilton (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, January 15, 24, 29 & 30, 1958
Bali Ha'i
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
'Round Midnight
Jimmy Rowles (piano, arranger) Johnny Mandel (arranger) Bill Holman (arranger, director) and others
World Pacific Studios, Hollywood, CA, June 30, 1958
Hooray For Love (instrumental)
Buddy Montgomery (vibes) Richie Crabtree (piano) Monk Montgomery (Fender electric bass) Benny Barth (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, December 4, 1958
Sunday
same personnel
Los Angeles, CA, January 7, 1959
E6707The Champ
** reissue of World Pacific HFS-2 entitled "Something For Both Ears! $2.98".

WP-1292   Oooo Oooo!! Eddie Condon All Stars - Tiger Rag! And All That Jazz*

Rex Stewart (cornet) Cutty Cutshall (trombone) Herb Hall (clarinet) Bud Freeman (tenor sax) Gene Schroeder (piano) Eddie Condon (guitar) Leonard Gaskin (bass) George Wettling (drums)
NYC, 1958
Ostrich Walk
Livery Stable Blues
Lazy Daddy
Sensation Rag
Reisenweber Rag
Bluin' The Blues
Lazy River
Tiger Rag
** also issued on World Pacific ST-1292.

WP-1293   Gloria Smyth - Like Soul!

Teddy Edwards (tenor sax) Joe Castro (piano) Leroy Vinnegar (bass) Billy Higgins (drums) Gloria Smyth (vocals)
Sound Enterprises, Hollywood, CA, September 12, 1959
I'll Be Over
Gee Baby, Ain't I Good To You
Donald Sleet (trumpet -1,3,4) Daniel Jackson (tenor sax -1,3,4) Terry Trotter (piano) Herbie Lewis (bass) Lenny McBrowne (drums -1,3,4) Gloria Smyth (vocals)
Rex Productions Studio, Hollywood, CA, January 2 & March 21, 1960
1.Running Wild
2.Motherless Child
3.Sometimes I'm Happy
4.It Don't Mean A Thing
Teddy Edwards (tenor sax -2,3) Ronnie Ball (piano) Ben Tucker (bass) Al Levitt (drums) Gloria Smyth (vocals)
Rex Productions Studio, Hollywood, CA, March 23, 1960
1. E6160Billy
2.Sittin' And Sighnin'
3.Bye Bye Blackbird
Teddy Edwards (tenor sax) Les McCann (piano) Leroy Vinnegar (bass) Ron Jefferson (drums) Gloria Smyth (vocals)
Rex Productions Studio, Hollywood, CA, May 2, 1960
Imagination
I'll Remember April
E6159When You're Smiling
Time After Time
** also issued on World Pacific ST-1293.

WP-1294   Sonny Terry And Brownie McGhee - Blues Is A Story

Sonny Terry (harmonica, vocals) Brownie McGhee (guitar, vocals)
Los Angeles, CA, December 29, 1959
Key To The Highway
Lose Your Money
Louise
Sportin' Life
New Harmonica Breakdown
Prison Bound
Livin' With The Blues
Blowing The Blues
Baby, Please Don't Go
Twelve Gates To The City
Pawnshop Blues
Brownie's Guitar Blues
** also issued on World Pacific ST-1294.

WP-1295   David Allen Sings The Music Of Jerome Kern

David Allen (vocals) with unidentified large orchestra, Johnny Mandel (arranger, conductor)
NYC, 1957
ST-2009A Sure Thing
Dearly Beloved
I'm Old Fashioned
Lovely To Look At
The Way You Look Tonight
The Folks Who Live On The Hill
Long Ago And Far Away
I've Told Every Little Star
All In Fun
ST-2008In Love In Vain
** reissue of World Pacific WPM-408 entitled "David Allen Sings Jerome Kern - A Sure Thing".

WP-1296   Brownie McGhee/Lightnin' Hopkins/Big Joe Williams/Sonny Terry - Down South Summit Meetin'

Sonny Terry (harmonica, vocals) Lightnin' Hopkins, Brownie McGhee, Big Joe Williams (guitar, vocals)
Los Angeles, CA, July 6, 1960
Ain't Nothin' Like Whiskey
Penitentiary Blues
If You Steal My Chickens
First Meeting
How Long Have It Been
Wimmin From Coast To Coast
** also issued on World Pacific ST-1296. World Pacific WP-1817, ST-1817 entitled "Lightnin' Hopkins With Brownie McGhee, Sonny Terry And Big Joe Williams - First Meetin'".

WP-1297   Don Randi Trio - Feelin' Like Blues

Don Randi (piano) Hershey Hamel (bass) Gene Stone (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, 1960
Feelin' Like Blues
Summertime
Ja Da
Fallout
Buddaha's Mood
Cheek To Cheek
Blues For Miti
** also issued on World Pacific ST-1297.

WP-1298   Gil Evans Orchestra Featuring Cannonball Adderley

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
King Porter Stomp
Lester Leaps In
'Round Midnight
Bill Barber (tuba) Phil Bodner (reeds) Philly Joe Jones (drums) replaces Phillips, Sanfino, Blakey
Manhattan Towers, NYC, May 2, 1958
Willow Tree
Art Blakey (drums) replaces Jones
Manhattan Towers, NYC, May 21, 1958
Struttin' With Some Barbecue
Clyde Reasinger (trumpet) replaces Royal
Manhattan Towers, NYC, May 26, 1958
Manteca
Bird Feathers
** reissue of World Pacific WP-1246 entitled "Gil Evans - New Bottle Old Wine".

WP-1299   Kimio Eto Featuring Bud Shank - Koto And Flute

Kimio Eto (koto) featuring Bud Shank (flute)
Los Angeles, CA, 1960
Haru No Umi (Suite), Part 1: Haru No Umi
Haru No Umi (Suite), Part 2: Haru No Otozure
Haru No Umi (Suite), Part 3: Tanima No Suisha
Kimio Eto (koto)
Soyo Kaze (as Joyo Kaze)
March
Chidori No Kyoku (as Chi Dori)
Yachiyo Jishi (as Yachi-Yo Jishi)
Yorokobi
Lullaby (3 Versions)
** also issued on World Pacific ST-1299, WP-1424, ST-1424.