Mercury Records Catalog: EmArcy 80000 series

EmArcy 80000 series (12 inch LP)

SR-80000   Patti Page In The Land Of Hi-Fi

Chico Alvarez, Pete Candoli, Buddy Childers, trumpet; unknown, #1 trumpet; unknown, #2 trumpet; J.J. Johnson, Kai Winding, trombone; unknown, #1 trombone; unknown, #2 trombone; unknown, #1 French horn; unknown, #2 French horn; unknown, tuba; Harry Klee, flute; Bob Cooper, oboe; Bud Shank, alto sax; Georgie Auld, tenor sax; 2 others, sax, woodwinds; Rocky Coluccio, piano; Al Hendrickson, guitar; unknown, bass; unknown, drums; Jack Costanza, unknown, percussion; Patti Page, vocals; Pete Rugolo, arranger, conductor.

Los Angeles, CA, May 7, 1956

12898I've Got My Eyes On You
12899The Lady Is A Tramp
12900I Didin't Know About You
12901My Sin
12902Out Of Nowhere
12903Nevertheless

same personnel.

Los Angeles, CA, May 8, 1956

12904Taking A Chance On Love
12905Love For Sale
12906Mountain Greenery
12907My Kind Of Love
12908A Foggy Day
12909The Thrill Is Gone

** originally released as EmArcy MG-36074.

SR-80001   Max Roach + 4 (not released)

Kenny Dorham, trumpet; Sonny Rollins, tenor sax; Ray Bryant, piano; George Morrow, bass; Max Roach, drums.

NYC, September 17, 1956

13768Mr. X
13769Body And Soul
13770-4Just One Of Those Things

same personnel.

NYC, September 19, 1956

13764-6Ezz-Thetic
13766Woody'n You
13767Dr. Free-Zee

** originally released as EmArcy MG-36098.

SR-80002   Max Roach - Jazz In 3/4 Time

Kenny Dorham, trumpet; Sonny Rollins, tenor sax; Ray Bryant, piano; George Morrow, bass; Max Roach, drums.: same session.

NYC, September 19, 1956

13765The Most Beautiful Girl In The World

Kenny Dorham, trumpet; Sonny Rollins, tenor sax; Bill Wallace, piano; George Morrow, bass; Max Roach, drums.

Capitol Tower, Los Angeles, CA, March 18, 1957

15175-10I'll Take Romance
15177Blues Waltz

same personnel.

Capitol Tower, Los Angeles, CA, March 20, 1957

15187-7Little Folks
15189-4Valse Hot

same personnel.

Capitol Tower, Los Angeles, CA, March 21, 1957

JB8Lover (stereo edit)

** also released on Mercury SR-60193.

SR-80003   Pete Rugolo And His Orchestra - Percussion At Work

Buddy Childers, Don Fagerquist, Ed Leddy, Uan Rasey, trumpet; Milt Bernhart, Herbie Harper, Frank Rosilino, trombone; Russell Brown, bass trombone; John Graas, French horn; Clarence Karella, tuba; Larry Bunker, vibes, xylophone, timpani; Andre Previn, piano; Al Portch, guitar; Joe Mondragon, bass; Shelly Manne, drums; Jack Costanzo, bongos; Pete Rugolo, arranger, conductor.

Los Angeles, CA, November 5, 1957

16099Artistry In Percussion
16100Interplay For Drums, Brass
16101Bongo Riff
161021 + 4
16103Chorale For Brass, Piano, And Bongo

Larry Bunker, vibes, xylophone, timpani, drums; Andre Previn, piano; Al Portch, guitar; Joe Mondragon, bass; Mel Lewis, Shelly Manne, drums; Jack Costanzo, bongos; Pete Rugolo, arranger, conductor.

Los Angeles, CA, November 15, 1957

16252Fugue For Rhythm Section
16253Percussion At Work
16254Drumerama
16255Funky Drums

** originally released as EmArcy MG-36122.

SR-80004   Terry Gibbs, Steve Allen, Gus Bivona - Allen's All Stars

Gus Bivona, clarinet; Terry Gibbs, vibes; Steve Allen, piano; George Barnes, Al Viola, guitar; Red Mitchell, bass; Frank DiVito, drums.

Joe Pasternak's home, Hollywood, CA, March 24, 1958

17329Snacks At Pasternak's
17330Baby But You Did
17331Yours Alone
17333Velvet Eyes
17334Pasternak's Blues
17336Rose Room

** originally released as EmArcy MG-36138.

SR-80005   Buddy Collette's Swinging Shepherds

Buddy Collette, Paul Horn, Harry Klee, Bud Shank, flute, piccolo; Bill Miller, piano; Joe Comfort, bass; Bill Richmond, drums; Pete Rugolo, arranger.

Los Angeles, CA, March 5, 1958

16881Pony Tale
16882Flute Diet
16883Short Story
16884Machito

Buddy Collette, Paul Horn, Harry Klee, Bud Shank, flute, piccolo; Bill Miller, piano; Joe Comfort, bass; Bill Richmond, drums #1-4, congas #5; Pete Rugolo, arranger.

Los Angeles, CA, March 7, 1958

1. 16885The Funky Shepherds
2. 16886The Four Winds Blow
3. 16887Tasty Dish
4. 16888Improvisation (unacc.)
5. 16889Improvisation

** originally released as EmArcy MG-36133.

SR-80006   Harry Arnold + Big Band + Quincy Jones = Jazz!

Sixten Eriksson, Arnold Johansson, Weine Renliden, Bengt-Arne Wallin, trumpet; Gordon Ohlsson, Ake Persson, Andreas Skjold, Georg Vernon, trombone; Rolf Backman, Arne Domnerus, alto sax; Bjarne Nerem, Carl-Henrik Norin, tenor sax; Johnny Ekh, baritone sax; Bengt Hallberg, piano; Rolf Berg, guitar; Simon Brehm, bass; Egil Johansen, drums; Harry Arnold, director; Quincy Jones, arranger.

Stockholm, Sweden, February 14, 1958

17471Kinda Blues

same personnel.

Stockholm, Sweden, March 19, 1958

17472Cherokee
17473Brief Encounter

Sixten Eriksson, Arnold Johansson, Weine Renliden, Bengt-Arne Wallin, trumpet; Gordon Ohlsson, Ake Persson, Andreas Skjold, Georg Vernon, trombone; Rolf Backman, Arne Domnerus, alto sax; Bjarne Nerem, tenor sax; Rolf Blomquist, tenor sax, flute; Rune Falk, baritone sax; Bengt Hallberg, piano; Lars Pettersson, bass; Egil Johansen, drums; Harry Arnold, director; Quincy Jones, arranger.

Stockholm, Sweden, April 29, 1958

mr1568 | 17465Quincy's Home Again
mr1569 | 17466The Midnight Sun Never Sets
mr1570 | 17468Room 608
mr1573 | 17467Count 'Em

add Benny Bailey, trumpet.

mr1571 | 17469Meet Benny Bailey
mr1572 | 17470Doodlin'

** originally released as EmArcy MG-36139.

SR-80007   Eddie Chamblee - Doodlin'

Fortunatus Fip Ricard, trumpet; Julian Priester, trombone; Eddie Chamblee, tenor sax, arranger, vocals; Charles Davis, baritone sax; Jack Wilson, piano; Robert Wilson, bass; James Slaughter, drums.

Universal Recording, Chicago, IL, January 6, 1958

16720Solitude
16721Stardust
16722Doodlin'
16723Back Street
16724Long Gone

same personnel.

Universal Recording, Chicago, IL, January 7, 1958

16725Strollin' Sax
16726Robbin's Nest
16727Swing A Little Taste
16728Lester Leaps Again

Fortunatus Fip Ricard, trumpet; Julian Priester, trombone; Eddie Chamblee, tenor sax, vocals; Charles Davis, baritone sax; Jack Wilson, piano; Robert Lee Wilson, bass; James Slaughter, drums.

Universal Recording, Chicago, IL, January 20, 1958

16977Village Square

** originally released as EmArcy MG-36131.

SR-80008   Cat Anderson Orchestra - Cat On A Hot Tin Horn

Reunald Jones, Ernie Royal, trumpet; Clark Terry, trumpet #1-4; Ray Copeland, trumpet #5-9; Cat Anderson, trumpet, arranger; Henderson Chambers, Jimmy Cleveland, Frank Rehak, trombone; Earl Warren, alto sax; Jimmy Forrest, tenor sax; Ernie Wilkins, tenor sax, arranger; Sahib Shihab, baritone sax; Jimmy Jones, piano; George Duvivier, bass; David "Panama" Francis, drums.

NYC, July 23, 1958

1. 17680You're The Cream In My Coffee
2. 17681Don't Get Around Much Anymore
3. 17682Cat's In The Alley
4. 17683Birth Of The Blues
5. 17684Blue Jean Beguine
6. 17685My Adorable "D"
7. 17686Little Man
8. 17687June Bug
9. 17688Nina

** originally released as EmArcy MG-36142.

SR-80009   Dinah Washington, Terry Gibbs, Max Roach, Don Elliott - Newport '58

Blue Mitchell, trumpet; Melba Liston, trombone; Harold Ousley, tenor sax; Sahib Shihab, baritone sax; Wynton Kelly, piano; Paul West, bass; Max Roach, drums; Dinah Washington, vocals.

"Newport Jazz Festival", Newport, RI, July 6, 1958

17638Lover Come Back To Me
17639Crazy Love
17640Back Water Blues

Urbie Green, trombone; Don Elliott, mellophone, vibes; Terry Gibbs, vibes; Wynton Kelly, piano; Paul West, bass; Max Roach, drums; Dinah Washington, vocals #3.

1. 17641Backstage Blues
2. 17642Julie And Jake
3. 17643All Of Me

** originally released as EmArcy MG-36141.

SR-80010   Max Roach + 4 At Newport

Booker Little, trumpet; Ray Draper, tuba; George Coleman, tenor sax; Art Davis, bass; Max Roach, drums.

summer 1958

17644 | JB342Love For Sale

same personnel.

"Newport Jazz Festival", Newport, RI, July 6, 1958

17645La Villa
17646A Night In Tunisia
17648Minor Mode
17649Tune Up

** originally released as EmArcy MG-36140.

SR-80011   Dinah Washington Sings Fats Waller

Johnny Coles, Ray Copeland, Reunald Jones, Joe Newman, Ernie Royal, Doc Severinsen, Charlie Shavers, Clark Terry, trumpet; Jimmy Cleveland, Rod Levitt, Melba Liston, Julian Priester, Sonny Russo, trombone; Jerome Richardson, flute, alto sax; Sahib Shihab, alto sax; Eddie Chamblee, Benny Golson, Frank Wess, tenor sax; Charles Davis, baritone sax; Patti Bown, Jack Wilson, piano; Freddie Green, guitar; Richard Evans, bass; Charlie Persip, Shep Shephard, drums; Dinah Washington, vocals; Ernie Wilkins, arranger, director.

Fine Sound, NYC, October 1, 1957

15943Honeysuckle Rose
15944Ain't Misbehavin'

same personnel.

Fine Sound, NYC, October 2, 1957

15947I've Got A Feeling I'm Falling
15948Keepin' Out Of Mischief Now

Johnny Coles, Joe Newman, Ernie Royal, trumpet; Melba Liston, Julian Priester, Sonny Russo, trombone; Rod Levitt, bass trombone; Sahib Shihab, alto sax; Jerome Richardson, alto sax, flute; Benny Golson, tenor sax; Frank Wess, tenor sax, flute; Eddie Chamblee, tenor sax, vocals #1, tenor sax #2; Charlie Davis, baritone sax; Jack Wilson, piano; Freddie Green, guitar; Richard Evans, bass; Charlie Persip, drums; Wesley Landers, percussion; Dinah Washington, vocals; Ernie Wilkins, arranger #1.

Fine Sound, NYC, October 4, 1957

1. 15954Everybody Loves My Baby
2. 15956Black And Blue

Ray Copeland, Reunald Jones, Ernie Royal, Doc Severinsen, Charlie Shavers, Clark Terry, trumpet; Jimmy Cleveland, Rod Levitt, Julian Priester, Sonny Russo, trombone; Jerome Richardson, flute, alto sax; Sahib Shihab, alto sax; Eddie Chamblee, Benny Golson, Frank Wess, tenor sax; Charles Davis, baritone sax; Jack Wilson, piano; Richard Evans, bass; Charlie Persip, drums; Dinah Washington, vocals; Ernie Wilkins, arranger, director.

NYC, November 20, 1957

16241Christopher Columbus
16242'Tain't Nobody's Biz-Ness If I Do
16243Someone's Rocking My Dreamboat
16244Jitterbug Waltz
16245Ain'tcha Glad
16246Squeeze Me

** originally released as EmArcy MG-36119.

SR-80012   Gene Rodgers - Jazz Comes To The Astor

no details.

** originally released as EmArcy MG-36145.

SR-80013   The Jazzpickers

Buddy Collette, flute; Bob Harrington, piano, vibes, drums; Don Overburg, guitar; Harry Babasin, cello; Don Payne, bass.

Los Angeles, CA, May 2, 1957

15340 | JB16Bebe
15341 | JB17When You Love Someone
15342 | JB18Influtation
15343 | JB19I'll Remember April

Bob Harrington, piano, vibes; Don Overburg, guitar; Harry Babasin, cello; Don Payne, bass; Bill Douglass, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, May 3, 1957

15344 | JB20I Married And Angel
15345 | JB21Yardbird Suite
15346 | JB22R.H. Factor
15347 | JB23Easy Pickin's
15348 | JB24Rap-Scallion

Bob Harrington, piano, vibes; Don Overburg, guitar; Harry Babasin, cello; Don Payne, bass.

15349 | JB25Don't Worry 'Bout Me
15350 | JB26Monti-Cello
15351 | JB27Clap Hands, Here Comes Charlie

** originally released as EmArcy MG-36111.

SR-80014   Pete Rugolo - Rugolo Plays Kenton

Buddy Childers, Don Fargerquist, Ollie Mitchell, Al Porcino, trumpet; Milt Bernhart, Harry Betts, Frank Rosolino, Kenny Shroyer, trombone; Red Callender, tuba; Harry Klee, Bud Shank, alto sax, flute; Bob Cooper, tenor sax, oboe; Dave Pell, tenor sax, clarinet; Chuck Gentry, baritone sax, bass clarinet; Claude Williamson, piano; Howard Roberts, guitar; Don Bagley, bass; Shelly Manne, drums; Pete Rugolo, leader, arranger.

Los Angeles, CA, October 25, 1958

16148Eager Beaver
16149Artistry In Rhythm
16150Capitol Punishment

Dick Nash, trombone; replaces Betts.

Los Angeles, CA, October 26, 1958

16151Southern Scandal
16152Painted Rhythm
16153Minor Riff
16154Artistry In Boogie
16155Concerto To End All Concertos

same personnel.

Los Angeles, CA, November 24, 1958

16263Concerto For Doghouse
16264Sunset Tower
16265Opus In Pastels
16266Theme To The West

** originally released as EmArcy MG-36143.

SR-80015   Max Roach With The Boston Percussion Ensemble

Al Portch, French horn; Max Roach, drums; Irving Farberman, Everette Firth, Lloyd McCausland, Arthur Press, Charles Smith, Harold Thompson, Walter Tokarczyk, percussion; Corinne Curry, soprano voice; Harold Faberman, conductor, director.

"Music Barn Of The Music Inn", Lenox, MA, August 17, 1958

17925Variation On A Familiar Theme - Max's Variation
17926Variation On A Familiar Theme - Bach
17927Variation On A Familiar Theme - Beethoven
17928Variation On A Familiar Theme - Debussy
17929Variation On A Familiar Theme - Stravinsky
17930Evolution (2nd Movement)
17950Evolution (1st Movement)
17951Evolution (3rd Movement)
17952The Music Inn Suite - The Music Inn #1
17953The Poodle Tower
17954Soliloquy #1 (Guest A, Female)
17955Potting Shed Passacaglia
17956Soliloquy #2 (Guest B, Male)
17957Stephanie B
17958Duo Concertante (Guest A And Guest B)
17959The Music Inn #2

** originally released as EmArcy MG-36144.

SR-80017   Cannonball Adderley - Jump For Joy

Emmett Berry, trumpet; Cannonball Adderley, alto sax; Leo Kruczek, Gene Orloff, violin; Dave Schwartz, viola; George Ricci, cello; Bill Evans, piano; Barry Galbraith, guitar; Milt Hinton, bass; Jimmy Cobb, drums; Bill Russo, arranger.

NYC, August 20, 1958

17825Nothin'
17826If Life Were All Peaches And Cream
17827Jump For Joy
17828Brownskin Gal In A Calico Gown
17829I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good

same personnel.

NYC, August 21, 1958

17830Two Left Feet
17831Bill-Blip
17832The Tune Of Hickory Stick
17833Just Squeeze Me
17834Chocolate Shake

** originally released as EmArcy MG-36146.

SR-80018   Cannonball Adderley - Cannonball's Sharpshooters

Nat Adderley, cornet; Cannonball Adderley, alto sax; Junior Mance, piano; Sam Jones, bass; Jimmy Cobb, drums.

NYC, March 4, 1958

17030Our Delight
17031Jubilation
17032What's New
17033Straight, No Chaser

same personnel.

NYC, March 6, 1958

17034-2If I Love Again
17037-1The Fuller Bop Man
17038-3Stay On It

** originally released as EmArcy MG-36135.

SR-80019   The Max Roach 4 Plays Charlie Parker

Kenny Dorham, trumpet; Hank Mobley, tenor sax; George Morrow, bass; Max Roach, drums.

Fine Recording, NYC, December 23, 1957

16644 | JB161-4Confirmation
16645 | JB162-11Au Privave (as Apres Vous)
16647 | JB164-2Yardbird Suite

Kenny Dorham, trumpet; George Coleman, tenor sax; Nelson Boyd, bass; Max Roach, drums.

Nola Studios, NYC, April 11, 1958

17277 | JB229-7Billie's Bounce
17278 | JB230-7Ko-Ko
17279 | JB231-1Parker's Mood

** originally released as EmArcy MG-36127.

SR-80020   John Graas!

Conte Candoli, trumpet; John Graas, French horn; Red Callender, tuba; Art Pepper, alto sax; Bob Cooper, tenor sax, oboe; Buddy Collette, baritone sax, flute; Paul Moer, piano; Buddy Clark, bass; Larry Bunker, drums, xylophone, timpani.

Los Angeles, CA, August 13, 1957

15631Blocksounds
15632Blues Street
15633Van Nuis Indeed

Pete Candoli, trumpet #1,2; John Graas, French horn; Red Callender, tuba #1-3; Art Pepper, alto sax #1-3, tenor sax #4,5; Bob Cooper, tenor sax, oboe #1-3; Buddy Collette, baritone sax, flute #1-3; Paul Moer, piano; Buddy Clark, bass; Larry Bunker, drums, xylophone, timpani.

Los Angeles, CA, August 15, 1957

1. 15634Development
2. 15635Land Of Broken Toys
3. 15636Swing Nicely
4. 15637Walkin' Shoes
5. 15638Rogeresque

** originally released as EmArcy MG-36117 entitled "Coup De Graas".

SR-80022   A Double Shot Of Joe Saye

Spencer Sinatra, flute; Joe Saye, piano; Barry Galbraith, guitar; John Drew, bass; Jimmy Campbell, drums.

Fine Recording, NYC, July 21, 1958

17664Double Shot
17665If I Were A Bell
17666Younger Than Springtime
17667Let's Call The Whole Thing Off
17668No Two People
17669The Blue Room
17670Heather Hop
17671Wonderful, Wonderful

Spencer Sinatra, flute; Joe Saye, piano; Barry Galbraith, guitar; John Drew, bass; Jimmy Campbell, drums #1,2; Walter Bolden, drums #3.

Fine Recording, NYC, July 25, 1958

1. 17672Light Tread
2. 17674Scot Free
3. 17675Tenement Symphony

** originally released as EmArcy MG-36147.

SR-80027   Terry Gibbs - More Vibes On Velvet

Charlie Kennedy, Joe Maini, alto sax; Med Flory, Bill Holman, tenor sax; Jack Schwartz, baritone sax; Terry Gibbs, vibes; Pete Jolly, piano; Max Bennett, bass; Mel Lewis, drums; Pete Rugolo, arranger, conductor.

Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, November, 1958

16844At Last
16845Don't Cry
16846I Remember
16847You Make Me Feel So Young
16848With All My Love To You
16849Moonlight Serenade
16850The Things We Did Last Summer
16851Lazy Sunday
16852Blues In The Night
16853Impossible
16854Every Day Is Spring With You
16870What Is There To Say

** originally released as EmArcy MG-36148.

SR-80029   Ramsey Lewis - Down To Earth

Ramsey Lewis, piano; El Dee Young, bass; Red Holt, drums.

Ter-Mar Recording Studio, Chicago, IL, November 6 & December 4, 1958

15198Sometimes I Feel A Motherless Child
15199Come Back To Sorrento
15293Soul Mist
15294Dark Eyes
15295Greensleeves
16588John Henry
16589Suzanne
16590Billy Boy
16591We Blue It
16592Decisions

** originally released as EmArcy MG-36150.

SR-80045   Pete Rugolo - The Music From Richard Diamond

Pete Candoli, Don Fagerquist, Stu Williamson, trumpet; unknown, #1 trumpet; unknown, #2 trumpet; Milt Bernhart, Frank Rosolino, trombone; unknown, #1 trombone; unknown, #2 trombone; unknown, French horn; unknown, tuba; Paul Horn, flute, alto sax; Bud Shank, alto sax, flute; Buddy Collette, alto, tenor sax, flute; Bob Cooper, tenor sax, oboe; Larry Bunker, vibes, percussion, bongos, timpani; Jimmy Rowles, piano; Al Viola, guitar; Red Mitchell, bass; Shelly Manne, drums; Pete Rugolo, arranger, conductor.

Los Angeles, CA, March 12, 1959

18323Richard Diamond Theme
18324Richard Diamond's Blues
18326Fancy Meeting Karen (Love Theme From Richard Diamond)
18327Teen Age Rock

add unknown, cello; unknown, bass.

Los Angeles, CA, March 19, 1959

18356All Star
18357Ye Olde Curiosity Shape
18358The Sleeve Job
18359Who's Sam

same personnel.

Los Angeles, CA, March 20, 1959

18360I'm Always Chasing Butterflies
18361Does Mama Know You're Out
18362The Teaser
18363Diamond On The Move

** originally released as EmArcy MG-36162.