Pacific Jazz Records Catalog: Sampler series

The Original Pacific Jazz: Sampler HFS series (12 inch LP)

HFS-1   Various Artists - Assorted Flavors Of Pacific Jazz: A Hi-Fi Sampler $1.98

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
Bud Shank (alto sax) Laurindo Almeida (guitar) Harry Babasin (bass) Roy Harte (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, September, 1953
Carinoso (as Carinosa)
No No
Chet Baker (trumpet) Russ Freeman (piano) Carson Smith (bass) Larry Bunker (drums)
Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, October 3, 1953
No Ties (12" LP take)
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 14, 1953
Bockhanal (alternate take)
Chet Baker (trumpet, vocals) Russ Freeman (piano) Carson Smith (bass) Bob Neel (drums)
Capitol Studios, Los Angeles, CA, February 15, 1954
PJ-362Look For The Silver Lining
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
Bob Brookmeyer (valve trombone) Gerry Mulligan (baritone sax) Red Mitchell (bass) Frank Isola (drums)
"Salle Pleyel", Paris, France, June 1, 1954
V8181Bernie's Tune
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)
Richard Twardzik (piano) Carson Smith (bass) Peter Littman (drums)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, December, 1954
A Crutch For The Crab
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
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
Fluted Columns (alternate take)
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
Free Form
same personnel
Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, August 23, 1955
A Nice Day
ST-1780The Morning After
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
Groover Wailin'
Keester Parade (alternate version)
Bud Shank (alto sax, flute) Claude Williamson (piano) Don Prell (bass) Chuck Flores (drums)
Capitol Studios, Los Angeles, CA, January 25, 1956
Nocturne For Flute
Bill Perkins (tenor sax) John Lewis (piano) Jim Hall (guitar) Percy Heath (bass) Chico Hamilton (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, February 10, 1956
2 Degrees East-3 Degrees West

World Pacific: Sampler HFS series (12 inch LP)

HFS-2   Various Artists - Something For Both Ears! $2.98

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
** also issued on World Pacific WP-1291, ST-1291 entitled "Swingin' Like Sixty, Vol. 3: Something For Both Ears".

The Original Pacific Jazz: Sampler DJ series (12 inch LP)

DJ-1   Various Artists - Disc Jockey Edition

Chet Baker (trumpet) Gerry Mulligan (baritone sax) Bob Whitlock (bass) Chico Hamilton (drums)
Gold Star Studios, Los Angeles, CA, October 15 & 16, 1952
PJ-221Soft Shoe
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
Lady Be Good (alternate take)
Chet Baker (trumpet) Gerry Mulligan (baritone sax) Carson Smith (bass) Larry Bunker (drums)
Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, April 27, 1953
Jeru
same personnel
Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, April 29 & 30, 1953
Tea For Two
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 (10" LP take)
Russ Freeman (piano) Joe Mondragon (bass) Shelly Manne (drums)
Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, October 27, 1953
At Last
Howard Roberts (guitar) George Duvivier (bass) Chico Hamilton (drums)
Hollywood, CA, December 6, 1953
PJ-332Nuttye
Chet Baker (trumpet, vocals) Russ Freeman (piano) Carson Smith (bass) Bob Neel (drums)
Capitol Studios, Los Angeles, CA, February 15, 1954
PJ-362Look For The Silver Lining
My Funny Valentine
Bud Shank (alto sax) Laurindo Almeida (guitar) Harry Babasin (bass) Roy Harte (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, April 22, 1954
PJ-374Speak Low
Jack Montrose (tenor sax, arranger) Bob Gordon (baritone sax) Paul Moer (piano) Joe Mondragon (bass) Billy Schneider (drums)
Hollywood, CA, May 27, 1954
Love Is Here To Stay
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, June 22, 1954
PJ-1634 | PJ-370Little Girl Blue
Bob Brookmeyer (valve trombone) John Williams (piano) Red Mitchell (bass) Frank Isola (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, July 7, 1954
Isn't It Romantic
Steve White (tenor sax) Jimmy Rowles (piano) Harry Babasin (bass) Larry Bunker (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, September 30, 1954
PJ-1783 | ST-2020My New Jet Plane
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
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
same personnel
Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, August 23, 1955
ST-1780The Morning After
Kitty White (vocals) with Bud Shank (flute) Corky Hale (harp) and others
released 1955
Autumn Leaves
I See Your Face Before Me

World Pacific: Sampler DJ series (12 inch LP)

DJ-2   Various Artists - Disc Jockey Edition: A Taste Of The Best From World Pacific

Harry Edison (trumpet) Arnold Ross (piano) Joe Comfort (bass) Alvin Stoller (drums)
"The Haig", Hollywood, CA, July 1, 1953
PJ-283September In The Rain
Chet Baker (trumpet) Russ Freeman (piano) Carson Smith (bass) Bob Neel (drums) plus an overdub: Bill Perkins (tenor sax)
Capitol Studios, Los Angeles, CA, February 15, 1954;
probably Los Angeles, CA area, 1950s
Look For The Silver Lining
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
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
Don't Be That Way
Buddy Montgomery (vibes) Richie Crabtree (piano) Monk Montgomery (Fender electric bass) Benny Barth (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, September 19, 1957
Dance Of The Siamese Children
Chet Baker (trumpet) Gerry Mulligan (baritone sax) Henry Grimes (bass) Dave Bailey (drums)
Coastal Recording Studios, NYC, December 3, 11 & 17, 1957
ST-2019Jersey Bounce
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
Gerry Mulligan (baritone sax) Dave Bailey (drums) with Dick Wetmore (violin) Calo Scott (cello) Paul Palmieri (guitar) Vinnie Burke (bass)
NYC, December 5, 1957
The Preacher
Chet Baker (trumpet) Gerry Mulligan (baritone sax) Henry Grimes (bass) Dave Bailey (drums) Annie Ross (vocals)
NYC, December 11 & 12, 1957
It Don't Mean A Thing
David Allen (vocals) with unidentified large orchestra, Johnny Mandel (arranger, conductor)
NYC, 1957
The Folks Who Live On The Hill
Bud Shank (flute, alto sax) Bob Cooper (oboe, tenor sax, arranger) Claude Williamson (piano) Don Prell (bass) Chuck Flores (drums) with Jack Pepper, Eudice Shapiro, Bob Sushel (violin) Milt Thomas (viola) Ray Kramer (cello)
Capitol Studios, Hollywood, CA, January 21, 1958
ST-2018Put Your Dreams Away
Freddie Gambrell as Freddy Gambrell (piano) Ben Tucker (bass) Chico Hamilton (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, March 24 & 25, 1958
Lullaby Of The Leaves
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
Smoke Gets In Your Eyes
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
Buddy Montgomery (vibes) Richie Crabtree (piano) Monk Montgomery (Fender electric bass) Benny Barth (drums)
Forum Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, April 22, 1958
ST-2029 | SX-505Gesticulate And Rhymes Have I
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
Let's Face The Music And Dance
Ravi Shankar (sitar) N.C. Mullick (tambura) Chatur Lal (tabla)
released 1958
Mishra Piloo (In Thumri Style)
Shorty Petterstein, Alan Watts (spoken word)
Guitar For Sale
Pat Healy (vocals) with unidentified orchestra, Fred Katz (conductor)
Siren Song
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
In A Mellow Tone