Mercury Records Discography: 1958

1958

Billy Eckstine With Pete Rugolo All Stars

Pete Candoli, Don Fagerquist, trumpet; Bud Shank, alto sax; Gerald Wiggins, piano; Red Callender, bass; Larry Bunker, drums; Billy Eckstine, vocals; Pete Rugolo, arranger, conductor; and others.
Los Angeles, CA, January 2, 1958
16671ImaginationEmArcy MG 36129
16672That's All-
16673Lullaby Of The Leaves-
16674What A Little Moonlight Can Do-
16733I Wished On The Moon-
16734I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues-
16735A Faded Summer Love-
* EmArcy MG 36129   Billy Eckstine - Imagination

Buddy Morrow

Buddy Morrow, trombone; Eddie Layton, organ; unknown, drums.
NYC, January 2, 1958
16425Medley No. 6: Domino / The Petite Waltz / Padam...Padam... (How It Echoes The Beat Of My Heart) / Pigalle / Under Paris SkiesMercury MG 20372
16426Medley No. 7: (All Of A Sudden) My Heart Sings / The Gypsy / Never Leave Me-
16427Medley No. 8: Tu Sais (You Know) / Valentino Tango-
16428Medley No. 9: Old Piano Roll Blues / Little Girl / It's A Pity To Say Goodnight / I've Found A New Baby-
16429Untitled Originalrejected
16430Medley No. 1: You Always Hurt The One You Love / I'll Remember April / All Or Nothing At All / Looking At The World Through Rose Colored GlassesMercury MG 20372
16431Medley No. 2: C'est Si Bon / Is You Is Or Is You Ain't (My Baby) / Ooh! Look A There Ain't She Pretty / Everybody Loves My Baby (But My Baby Don't Love Nobody But Me) / Undecided-
16432Medley No. 3: He's My Guy / (I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons / Jim-
16433Medley No. 4: I'll Never Smile Again / Lover Man / Comme Ci, Comme Ca-
16434Medley: Parsian Market / China Nightsrejected
16435Medley No. 5: Red River Valley / Into Each Life Some Rain Must Fall / HeartachesMercury MG 20372
* Mercury MG 20372, SR 60018   Buddy Morrow, Eddie Layton - Just We Two

Sarah Vaughan With "No Count" Band

Wendell Culley, Joe Newman, Snooky Young, trumpet; Thad Jones, trumpet, conductor; Henry Coker, Al Grey, Benny Powell, trombone #1-6; Marshall Royal, alto sax, clarinet #1-6; Frank Foster, Billy Mitchell, tenor sax; Frank Wess, tenor, alto sax, flute #1-6; Charlie Fowlkes, baritone sax #1-6; Ronnell Bright, piano; Freddie Green, guitar; Richard Davis, bass; Sonny Payne, drums; Sarah Vaughan, vocals; Hal Mooney, director.
Fine Recording, NYC, January 5, 1958
1. 16931-1Stardust (take 1)Mercury (J) SNP 133
2. 16931-2Stardust (take 2)-
3. 16931-3Stardust (take 3)-
4. 16931-4StardustEmArcy MG 36152; Mercury (J) SNP 133
5. 16932-12Doodlin'EmArcy MG 36152
6. 16932-7Doodlin' (take 7)Mercury (J) 18PJ-1041/46
7. 16933-10Darn That Dream-
8. 16933-11-EmArcy MG 36152
9. 16933-9-Mercury (J) 18PJ-1041/46
* EmArcy MG 36152   Sarah Vaughan - No Count Sarah (not released)
= Mercury MG 20441, SR 60116; Universal (J) UCCM-9039   Sarah Vaughan - No Count Sarah
* Mercury (J) 18PJ-1041/46   The Complete Sarah Vaughan On Mercury, Vol. 3 - Great Show On Stage 1957-1959
* Mercury (J) SNP 133   Sarah Vaughan - The Complete "Stardust" Session

Eddie Chamblee Septet

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
16718StardustMercury 71254x45
16720SolitudeEmArcy MG 36131
16721Stardust-
16722Doodlin'-
16723Back Street-
16724Long GoneEmArcy MG 36131; Mercury SR 61186
* EmArcy MG 36131, SR 80007; Mercury MG 20521, SR 60198; EmArcy (J) PHCE 6005   Eddie Chamblee - Doodlin'
* Mercury SR 61186   Various Artists - Original Golden Soul, Vol. 1
= Mercury SRM 2-600   Various Artists - Original Gold Soul - 21 All Time Soul Greats
* Mercury 71254x45   Eddie Chamblee - Stardust / Strolin' Sax

Dinah Washington With Eddie Chamblee Orchestra

Fortunatus Fip Ricard, trumpet; Julian Priester, trombone; Eddie Chamblee, tenor sax; Charles Davis, baritone sax; Jack Wilson, piano; Robert Lee Wilson, bass; James Slaughter, drums; Dinah Washington, vocals; Robare Edmondson, arranger #4.
Universal Recording, Chicago, IL, January 7, 1958
1. 16729Me And My GinEmArcy MG 36130
2. 16730Jailhouse Blues-
3. 16731You've Been A Good Old Wagon-
4. 16732After You've Gone-
* EmArcy MG 36130   Dinah Washington - Dinah Sings Bessie Smith

Eddie Chamblee Septet

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 7, 1958
16725Strollin' SaxMercury 71254x45; EmArcy MG 36131
16726Robbin's NestEmArcy MG 36131
16727Swing A Little Taste-
16728Lester Leaps Again-
* EmArcy MG 36131, SR 80007; Mercury MG 20521, SR 60198; EmArcy (J) PHCE 6005   Eddie Chamblee - Doodlin'
* Mercury 71254x45   Eddie Chamblee - Stardust / Strolin' Sax

Rozelle Gayle

Rozelle Gayle, piano, vocals; unknown, bass; unknown, drums.
NYC, January 9, 1958
16833I Hadn't Anyone Till YouMercury MG 20374
16834Autumn Leaves-
16835I Want A Big Fat Mama-
16836It Ain't Necessarily So-
* Mercury MG 20374   Rozelle Gayle - Like, Be My Guest

Rozelle Gayle

Rozelle Gayle, piano, vocals; unknown, bass; unknown, drums.: same personnel.
NYC, January 11, 1958
16837Down The Road A PieceMercury MG 20374
16838Vesta La Giuba-
16839Caledonia-
16840The House Of Blue Lights-
16841Like, Be My Guest-
* Mercury MG 20374   Rozelle Gayle - Like, Be My Guest

Dinah Washington With Eddie Chamblee Orchestra

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; Dinah Washington, vocals #1,2,4-7; Ernie Wilkins, arranger #7.
Universal Recording, Chicago, IL, January 20, 1958
1. 16975Back Water BluesEmArcy MG 36130
2. 16976If I Could Be With You One Hour Tonight-
3. 16977Village SquareEmArcy MG 36131
4. 16979Our Love Is Here To StayMercury (J) 18PJ-10215/18
5. 16980Show TimeEmArcy MG 36149
6. 16981Trouble In Mind-
7. 16978Fine Fat DaddyEmArcy MG 36130
* EmArcy MG 36130   Dinah Washington - Dinah Sings Bessie Smith
* EmArcy MG 36131, SR 80007; Mercury MG 20521, SR 60198; EmArcy (J) PHCE 6005   Eddie Chamblee - Doodlin'
* Mercury (J) 18PJ-10215/18   The Complete Dinah Washington On Mercury, Vol. 3 - 1956-1958
* EmArcy MG 36149   Dinah Washington - The Queen! (not released)
= Mercury MG 20439, SR 60111   Dinah Washington - The Queen!

Patti Page With Pete Rugolo Orchestra

Patti Page, vocals; unidentified orchestra, Pete Rugolo, arranger, conductor.
Los Angeles, CA, January 21, 1958
16855They All LaughedEmArcy MG 36136
16856I'm Glad There Is You (In This World Of Ordinary People)-
16857(I'm Afraid) The Masquerade Is Over-
16858I Guess I'll Have To Change My Plans-
16859Here I'll Stay-
* EmArcy MG 36136; Mercury MG 20548, SR 60113   Patti Page - The West Side
= EmArcy MGJ 2-100   Patti Page - East Side, West Side

Ruth Olay

Milt Bernhart, unknown, trombone; George Roberts, Sy Zentner, bass trombone; Bud Shank, alto flute; Bud Motsinger, piano; Howard Roberts, guitar; Red Mitchell, bass; Larry Bunker, drums; Ruth Olay, vocals; three violins, one viola, Ed Lustgarten cello.
Los Angeles, CA?, January 30, 1958
16093I'm Glad There Is YouEmArcy MG 36125
16094I Wanna Be LovedMercury 71316x45; EmArcy MG 36125
16095When The Sun Comes OutEmArcy MG 36125
16096It Never Entered My My Mind-
16097Singin' In The RainMercury 71316x45; EmArcy MG 36125
16098Lover ManEmArcy MG 36125
* EmArcy MG 36125; Mercury MG 20547, SR 60085   Ruth Olay - Olay!
* Mercury 71316x45   Ruth Olay - I Wanna Be Loved / Singin' In The Rain

Chuck Willis

King Curtis, tenor sax; Teddy Charles, vibes; Sammy Price, piano; George Barnes, Al Caiola, guitar; Lloyd Trotman, bass; Joe Marshall, drums; Chuck Willis, vocals, guitar; The Cues, vocal group; Reggie Obrecht, director.
NYC, February 14, 1958
2977You'll Be My LoveAtlantic 2005, LP 8079
2978What Am I Living ForAtlantic 1179, EP 612, LP 8021, LP 8037, LP 8079; Atco SD 33-373; Mercury MG 20826
2979Hang Up My Rock 'N' Roll ShoesAtlantic 1179, LP 8079; Atco SD 33-373
2980Keep A-DrivingAtlantic 2005, LP 8079
* Atlantic LP 8079, SD 8079   I Remember Chuck Willis
* Atlantic LP 8021   Various Artists - Rock And Roll Forever, Vol. 2
* Atlantic LP 8037   Various Artists - The Rockin' Fifties
* Atco SD 33-373   Chuck Willis - His Greatest Recordings - The Early Years
* Mercury MG 20826, SR 60826   Various Artists - Original Golden Hits Of The Great Blues Singers
* Atlantic EP 612   Chuck Willis
* Atlantic 2005   Chuck Willis - You'll Be My Love / Keep A-Driving
* Atlantic 1179   Chuck Willis - What Am I Living For / Hang Up My Rock 'N' Roll Shoes

Quincy Jones With Harry Arnold And His Swedish Radio Studio Orchestra

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 BluesMetronome (Swd) MEP 426, MLP 15010; EmArcy MG 36139
* Metronome (Swd) MLP 15010   Quincy Jones With Harry Arnold And His Swedish Radio Orchestra - Quincy's Home Again
* EmArcy MG 36139, SR 80006; Mercury MG 20520, SR 60197   Harry Arnold + Big Band + Quincy Jones = Jazz!
* Metronome (Swd) MEP 426   Quincy Jones With Harry Arnold - Room 608

Helen Merrill With Bobby Jaspar Quintet

Bobby Jaspar, flute; Bill Evans, piano; George Russell, guitar; Oscar Pettiford, bass; Jo Jones, drums; Helen Merrill, vocals.
NYC, February 21, 1958
16822Let Me Love YouEmArcy MG 36134
16823When The Sun Comes Out-
16824All Of You-
16825The Nearness Of You-
16826Just Imagine-
* EmArcy MG 36134; Universal (J) UCCM-9033   Helen Merrill - The Nearness Of You

Cannonball Adderley Quintet

Nat Adderley, cornet; Cannonball Adderley, alto sax; Junior Mance, piano; Sam Jones, bass; Jimmy Cobb, drums.
NYC, March 4, 1958
17029Stay On ItMercury rejected
17030Our DelightEmArcy MG 36135
17031Jubilation-
17032What's New-
17033Straight, No Chaser-
* EmArcy MG 36135, SR 80018; Mercury MG 20531, SR 60208   Cannonball Adderley - Cannonball's Sharpshooters

Buddy Collette And His 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 TaleEmArcy MG 36133
16882Flute Diet-
16883Short Story-
16884Machito-
* EmArcy MG 36133, SR 80005; Mercury MG 20519, SR 60196   Buddy Collette's Swinging Shepherds

Cannonball Adderley Quintet

Nat Adderley, cornet; Cannonball Adderley, alto sax; Junior Mance, piano; Sam Jones, bass; Jimmy Cobb, drums.
NYC, March 6, 1958
17034-2If I Love AgainEmArcy MG 36135
17035-2I'll Remember AprilMercury MG 20616; EmArcy EMS 2-404
17036-4The Fuller Bop Man (alternate take)Mercury (J) 25PJ-58/61
17037-1The Fuller Bop ManEmArcy MG 36135
17038-3Stay On It-
* EmArcy MG 36135, SR 80018; Mercury MG 20531, SR 60208   Cannonball Adderley - Cannonball's Sharpshooters
* Mercury MG 20616, SR 60616; Universal (J) UCCM-9124   Cannonball Adderley - Cannonball Enroute
* EmArcy EMS 2-404   Cannonball Adderley - Beginnings
* Mercury (J) 25PJ-58/61   Various Artists - Mercury 40th Anniversary V.S.O.P. Album

Sarah Vaughan

Wendell Culley, Thad Jones, trumpet; Henry Coker, trombone; Frank Wess, tenor sax; Ronnell Bright, piano; Richard Davis, bass; Roy Haynes, drums; Sarah Vaughan, vocals.
"London House", Chicago, IL, March 7, 1958
17505Detour AheadMercury MG 20383
17506Three Little Words-
17507Speal Low-
17508Like Someone In Love-
17509My Buddyrejected
17510You'd Be So Nice To Come Home ToMercury MG 20383
17511I'll String Along With You-
17512All Of You-
17513Thanks For The Memory-
* Mercury MG 20383, SR 60020   Sarah Vaughan - After Hours At The London House

Buddy Collette And His Swinging Shepherds

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 ShepherdsEmArcy MG 36133
2. 16886The Four Winds Blow-
3. 16887Tasty Dish-
4. 16888Improvisation (unacc.)-
5. 16889Improvisation-
* EmArcy MG 36133, SR 80005; Mercury MG 20519, SR 60196   Buddy Collette's Swinging Shepherds

Quincy Jones With Harry Arnold And His Swedish Radio Studio Orchestra

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, March 19, 1958
17472CherokeeMetronome (Swd) MEP 425, MLP 15010; EmArcy MG 36139
17473Brief EncounterMetronome (Swd) MEP 426, MLP 15010; EmArcy MG 36139
* Metronome (Swd) MLP 15010   Quincy Jones With Harry Arnold And His Swedish Radio Orchestra - Quincy's Home Again
* EmArcy MG 36139, SR 80006; Mercury MG 20520, SR 60197   Harry Arnold + Big Band + Quincy Jones = Jazz!
* Metronome (Swd) MEP 425   Quincy Jones With Harry Arnold - Count 'Em
* Metronome (Swd) MEP 426   Quincy Jones With Harry Arnold - Room 608

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'sEmArcy MG 36138
17330Baby But You Did-
17331Yours Alone-
17332Sister SunnyMercury unissued
17333Velvet EyesEmArcy MG 36138
17334Pasternak's Blues-
17335ShineMercury unissued
17336Rose RoomEmArcy MG 36138
17337The ShouterMercury unissued
* EmArcy MG 36138, SR 80004; Mercury MG 20518, SR 60195   Terry Gibbs, Steve Allen, Gus Bivona - Allen's All Stars

Max Roach Quartet

Kenny Dorham, trumpet; George Coleman, tenor sax; Nelson Boyd, bass; Max Roach, drums.
Nola Penthouse Sound Studios, NYC, April 11, 1958
17277 | JB229-7Billie's BounceEmArcy MG 36127; Mosaic MD7-201
17278 | JB230-7Ko-Ko-
17279 | JB231-1Parker's Mood-
* EmArcy MG 36127, SR 80019; Mercury MG 20532, SR 60209; Universal (J) UCCM-9103   The Max Roach 4 Plays Charlie Parker
* Mosaic MD7-201   The Complete Mercury Max Roach Plus Four Sessions

Louis Jordan

Louis Jordan, alto sax, vocals; Leroy Lang, tenor sax; Howard Reynolds, piano; Jimmy Mobley, bass; Al Duncan, drums; Dorothy Smith, vocals, congas.
NYC, April 24, 1958
17085-5Sweet Hunk Of JunkMercury 71319x45; Bear Family (G) BFX 15207
17086-9I Love You SoBear Family (G) BFX 15207
17087-2Wish I Could Make Some MoneyMercury 71319x45; Bear Family (G) BFX 15207
17088-3That's What True Love Can DoBear Family (G) BFX 15207
* Bear Family (G) BFX 15207   Louis Jordan - Rockin' And Jivin' 1956/58, Vol. 2
* Mercury 71319x45   Louis Jordan - Sweet Hunk Of Junk / Wish I Could Make Some Money

Dinah Washington With Hal Mooney And His Orchestra

Dinah Washington, vocals; unidentified orchestra, Hal Mooney, arranger, conductor.
April 24, 1958
17097Ring-A My PhoneMercury 71317x45, (J) 18PJ-10215/18
17098Never Again-
17099Kiss And Run LoverMercury (J) 18PJ-10215/18
17100If I Can't Have You-
* Mercury (J) 18PJ-10215/18   The Complete Dinah Washington On Mercury, Vol. 3 - 1956-1958
* Mercury 71317x45   Dinah Washington - Ring-A My Phone / Never Again

Quincy Jones With Harry Arnold And His Swedish Radio Studio Orchestra

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 AgainMetronome (Swd) MEP 424, MLP 15010; EmArcy MG 36139
mr1569 | 17466The Midnight Sun Never Sets-
mr1570 | 17468Room 608Metronome (Swd) MEP 426, MLP 15010; EmArcy MG 36139
mr1573 | 17467Count 'EmMetronome (Swd) MEP 425, MLP 15010; EmArcy MG 36139
add Benny Bailey, trumpet.
mr1571 | 17469Meet Benny Bailey-
mr1572 | 17470Doodlin'Metronome (Swd) MEP 424, MLP 15010; EmArcy MG 36139
* Metronome (Swd) MLP 15010   Quincy Jones With Harry Arnold And His Swedish Radio Orchestra - Quincy's Home Again
* EmArcy MG 36139, SR 80006; Mercury MG 20520, SR 60197   Harry Arnold + Big Band + Quincy Jones = Jazz!
* Metronome (Swd) MEP 424   Quincy Jones With Harry Arnold - Quincy's Home Again
* Metronome (Swd) MEP 426   Quincy Jones With Harry Arnold - Room 608
* Metronome (Swd) MEP 425   Quincy Jones With Harry Arnold - Count 'Em

Ralph Marterie And His Orchestra

Ralph Marterie, trumpet, conductor; unidentified orchestra.
Universal Recording, Chicago, IL, May, 1958
17602Cha-Hua-HuaMercury MG 20395
17603Just A Minute-
17604Torero-
17605Sentimental JourneyWing MGW 12154
17606Autumn In New YorkMercury MG 20397
17607Day BreakMercury MG 20294 (alt.)
17608Red Top-
17609I'll Be AroundWing MGW 12154
17610Don't Be That WayMercury MG 20294 (alt.)
17611Lou's Blues-
17612Stars Fell On AlabamaWing MGW 12154
17613Can't We Be Friends-
17614Love Song From "Houseboat"-
17615If Your Heart Doesn't DanceMercury MG 20397
17616RamonaMercury MG 20294 (alt.)
17617Jersey RhythmMercury rejected
17618Plymouth RockMercury MG 20294 (alt.)
17619Deep PurpleWing MGW 12154
* Mercury MG 20395   Ralph Marterie And His Marlboro Men - Dance Party
* Wing MGW 12154, SRW 12511   Ralph Marterie - Marvelous Marterie
* Mercury MG 20397, SR 60036   Ralph Marterie And His Marlboro Men - Hi-Fidelity Concert
* Mercury MG 20294 (alt.), SR 60035   Ralph Marterie - College Dance Favorites

Max Roach Quintet

Booker Little, trumpet; George Coleman, tenor sax; Eddie Baker, piano; Bob Cranshaw, bass; Max Roach, drums.
Universal Recording, Chicago, IL, June 3, 1958
16982Shirley (mono version)EmArcy MG 36132; Mosaic MD7-201
JB323Shirley (stereo version)Mercury SR 60128; Mosaic MD7-201
16983Memo To Maurice (mono version)EmArcy MG 36132; Mosaic MD7-201
JB324Memo To Maurice (stereo version)Mercury SR 60128; Mosaic MD7-201
16984 | JB325Stella By StarlightEmArcy MG 36132; Mercury SR 60128; Mosaic MD7-201
16985 | JB326Sporty-
16986My Old Flame (mono version)EmArcy MG 36132; Mosaic MD7-201
JB327My Old Flame (stereo version)Mercury SR 60128; Mosaic MD7-201
JB328Stompin' At The Savoy-
16987Stompin' At The Savoy (mono outchorus)EmArcy MG 36132; Mosaic MD7-201
* EmArcy MG 36132; Mercury MG 20559; Universal (J) UCCM-9110   Max Roach + 4 On The Chicago Scene
* Mercury SR 60128   Max Roach + 4 On The Chicago Scene (not released?)
= Mercury (J) 195J-41   Max Roach + 4 On The Chicago Scene
* Mosaic MD7-201   The Complete Mercury Max Roach Plus Four Sessions

Eddie Barclay And His Orchestra

Lucky Thompson, tenor sax; Eddie Barclay And His Orchestra, Quincy Jones, arranger, director.
Barclay Studios, Paris, France, June 5, 1958
1497 | 19046Dans Mon IleMercury MG 20488
1498 | 19049Mon P'Tit Pote-
* Mercury MG 20488, SR 60167   Eddie Barclay - Twilight Time

Max Roach New Quintet

Booker Little, trumpet; Ray Draper, tuba; George Coleman, tenor sax; Art Davis, bass; Max Roach, drums.
summer 1958
17644 | JB342Love For SaleEmArcy MG 36140; Mosaic MD7-201
* EmArcy MG 36140, SR 80010; Mercury MG 20524, SR 60201, (J) 195J-42   Max Roach + 4 At Newport
* Mosaic MD7-201   The Complete Mercury Max Roach Plus Four Sessions

Dinah Washington

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 MeEmArcy MG 36141
17639Crazy Love-
Send Me To The 'Lectric ChairMercury (J) 18PJ-10215/18; EmArcy (J) EJD-1039
Me And My Gin (aka Gimmie Me A Pig Foot)-
17640Back Water BluesEmArcy MG 36141
* EmArcy MG 36141, SR 80009; Mercury MG 20523, SR 60200   Dinah Washington, Terry Gibbs, Max Roach, Don Elliott - Newport '58
* Mercury (J) 18PJ-10215/18   The Complete Dinah Washington On Mercury, Vol. 3 - 1956-1958
* EmArcy (J) EJD-1039   Dinah Washington, Terry Gibbs, Max Roach, Don Elliott - Newport '58

Terry Gibbs Sextet

Urbie Green, trombone; Don Elliott, mellophone, vibes; Terry Gibbs, vibes; Wynton Kelly, piano; Paul West, bass; Max Roach, drums; Dinah Washington, vocals #3.
"Newport Jazz Festival", Newport, RI, July 6, 1958
1. 17641Backstage BluesEmArcy MG 36141
2. 17642Julie And Jake-
3. 17643All Of Me-
* EmArcy MG 36141, SR 80009; Mercury MG 20523, SR 60200   Dinah Washington, Terry Gibbs, Max Roach, Don Elliott - Newport '58

Max Roach New Quintet

Booker Little, trumpet; Ray Draper, tuba; George Coleman, tenor sax; Art Davis, bass; Max Roach, drums.
"Newport Jazz Festival", Newport, RI, July 6, 1958
Spoken Introduction By Max RoachMosaic MD7-201
17645La VillaEmArcy MG 36140; Mosaic MD7-201
17646A Night In Tunisia-
17647Deeds, Not WordsMercury (J) 195J-42; Mosaic MD7-201
17648Minor ModeEmArcy MG 36140; Mosaic MD7-201
17649Tune Up-
* EmArcy MG 36140, SR 80010; Mercury MG 20524, SR 60201, (J) 195J-42   Max Roach + 4 At Newport
* Mosaic MD7-201   The Complete Mercury Max Roach Plus Four Sessions

Joe Saye Quintet

Spencer Sinatra, flute; Joe Saye, piano; Barry Galbraith, guitar; John Drew, bass; Jimmy Campbell, drums.
Fine Recording, NYC, July 21, 1958
17664Double ShotEmArcy MG 36147
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-
* EmArcy MG 36147, SR 80022   A Double Shot Of Joe Saye

Cat Anderson Orchestra

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 CoffeeEmArcy MG 36142
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-
* EmArcy MG 36142, SR 80008   Cat Anderson Orchestra - Cat On A Hot Tin Horn
= Mercury MG 20522, SR 60199   Cat Anderson - Cat On A Hot Tin Horn

Joe Saye Quintet

Spencer Sinatra, flute; Joe Saye, piano; Barry Galbraith, guitar; John Drew, bass; Jimmy Campbell, drums #1-3; Walter Bolden, drums #4.
Fine Recording, NYC, July 25, 1958
1. 17672Light TreadEmArcy MG 36147
2. 17673When The Sun Comes OutMercury unissued?
3. 17674Scot FreeEmArcy MG 36147
4. 17675Tenement Symphony-
* EmArcy MG 36147, SR 80022   A Double Shot Of Joe Saye

Red Prysock And His Orchestra

Red Prysock, tenor sax; and others.
NYC, July 29, 1958
17479Chop SueyMercury 71411x45
17480ATing Tang, Part 1unissued
17480BTing Tang, Part 2-
17481Willow Weep For MeMercury 71358x45
17482Billie's Blues-
18008Billie's Blues (edited version)Mercury MEP 56
* Mercury 71411x45   Red Prysock - Margie / Chop Suey
* Mercury 71358x45   Red Prysock - Willow Weep For Me / Billie's Blues
* Mercury MEP 56   Red Prysock And His Orchestra (no details)

Sil Austin

Sil Austin, tenor sax; and others.
NYC, August 5, 1958
17695The CharmerMercury 71361x45
17696Riff Raff-
* Mercury 71361x45   Sil Austin - The Charmer / Riff Raff

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 VariationEmArcy MG 36144
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-
* EmArcy MG 36144, SR 80015; Mercury MG 20529, SR 60206   Max Roach With The Boston Percussion Ensemble

Cannonball Adderley Sextet With Bill Russo Orchestra

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'EmArcy MG 36146
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-
* EmArcy MG 36146, SR 80017; Mercury MG 20530, SR 60207   Cannonball Adderley - Jump For Joy

Cannonball Adderley Sextet With Bill Russo Orchestra

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.: same personnel.
NYC, August 21, 1958
17830Two Left FeetEmArcy MG 36146
17831Bill-Blip-
17832The Tune Of Hickory Stick-
17833Just Squeeze Me-
17834Chocolate Shake-
* EmArcy MG 36146, SR 80017; Mercury MG 20530, SR 60207   Cannonball Adderley - Jump For Joy

Sister Rosetta Tharpe

Sister Rosetta Tharpe, vocals; The Sally Jenkins Singers, and others.
"Church Of God In Christ", NYC, September 8, 1958
16475One Morning SoonMercury MG 20412
17974The Lord's Prayer-
17975It's Me-
17976I Look Down The Road And I Wonderunissued
17977Sign Of Judgment-
17978Steal AwayMercury MG 20412
17979Bring Back Those Happy Days-
17980Saviour Don't Pass Me By-
17981I Have Good News To Bring-
17982Go Get The Water-
17983Things That I Used To Do (And I Don't Do No More)-
17984When I Make My Last Triprejected
17985Didn't It RainMercury MG 20412
17986Beams Of Heaven-
* Mercury MG 20412, SR 60080   Sister Rosetta Tharpe - The Gospel Truth

Eddie Barclay And His Orchestra

Lucky Thompson, tenor sax; Eddie Barclay And His Orchestra, Quincy Jones, arranger, director.
Barclay Studios, Paris, France, October 8, 1958
1988 | 19054Valse Des LilasMercury MG 20488
1989 | 19053Sous Le Vieux Pont Des Soupiers-
* Mercury MG 20488, SR 60167   Eddie Barclay - Twilight Time

Eddie Barclay And His Orchestra

Lucky Thompson, tenor sax; Eddie Barclay And His Orchestra, Quincy Jones, arranger, director.: same personnel.
Barclay Studios, Paris, France, October 25, 1958
2073 | 19047AdiosMercury MG 20488
2074 | 19048Coeur D'Artichaut-
2075 | 19051Smoke Rings-
* Mercury MG 20488, SR 60167   Eddie Barclay - Twilight Time

Pete Rugolo And His Orchestra

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 BeaverEmArcy MG 36143
16149Artistry In Rhythm-
16150Capitol Punishment-
* EmArcy MG 36143, SR 80014; Mercury MG 20528, SR 60205   Pete Rugolo - Rugolo Plays Kenton

Pete Rugolo And His Orchestra

Buddy Childers, Don Fargerquist, Ollie Mitchell, Al Porcino, trumpet; Milt Bernhart, Dick Nash, 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.: Dick Nash, trombone; replaces Betts.
Los Angeles, CA, October 26, 1958
16151Southern ScandalEmArcy MG 36143
16152Painted Rhythm-
16153Minor Riff-
16154Artistry In Boogie-
16155Concerto To End All Concertos-
* EmArcy MG 36143, SR 80014; Mercury MG 20528, SR 60205   Pete Rugolo - Rugolo Plays Kenton

Ramsey Lewis Trio

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 ChildEmArcy MG 36150
15199Come Back To Sorrento-
15293Soul Mist-
15294Dark Eyes-
15295Greensleeves-
16588John Henry-
16589Suzanne-
16590Billy Boy-
16591We Blue It-
16592Decisions-
* EmArcy MG 36150, SR 80029   Ramsey Lewis - Down To Earth
= Mercury MG 20536, SR 60213   The Ramsey Lewis Trio - Down To Earth

Eddie Barclay And His Orchestra

Lucky Thompson, tenor sax; Eddie Barclay And His Orchestra, Quincy Jones, arranger, director.
Barclay Studios, Paris, France, November 15, 1958
2237 | 19045Moonlight SerenadeMercury MG 20488
2238 | 19050Twilight Time-
2239 | 19044For The First Time (Come Prima)-
* Mercury MG 20488, SR 60167   Eddie Barclay - Twilight Time

Art Blakey And The Jazz Messengers

Lee Morgan, trumpet; Benny Golson, tenor sax; Bobby Timmons, piano; Jymie Merritt, bass; Art Blakey, drums.
"L'Olympia", Paris, France, November 22, 1958
Just By MyselfFontana (F) 680 202 ML
I Remember Clifford-
Are You Real-
Blues Pour DoudouMercury (F) 6444700
* Fontana (F) 680 202 ML   Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers - 1958-Paris Olympia
= Epic LA 16009, BA 17009   Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers - Paris Concert
= Mercury (F) 6444700   Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers - Olympia Concert

Pete Rugolo And His Orchestra

Buddy Childers, Don Fargerquist, Ollie Mitchell, Al Porcino, trumpet; Milt Bernhart, Dick Nash, 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, November 24, 1958
16263Concerto For DoghouseEmArcy MG 36143
16264Sunset Tower-
16265Opus In Pastels-
16266Theme To The West-
* EmArcy MG 36143, SR 80014; Mercury MG 20528, SR 60205   Pete Rugolo - Rugolo Plays Kenton

Terry Gibbs Nonet

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 LastEmArcy MG 36148
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-
* EmArcy MG 36148, SR 80027; Mercury MG 20535, SR 60212   Terry Gibbs - More Vibes On Velvet

Johnny Preston

Link Davis, sax; Big Bopper, Bill Hall, George Jones, Indian chants; Johnny Preston, vocals.
Gold Star Studio, Houston, TX, late 1958
19439My Heart KnowsMercury 71474x45, EP 1-3397
19440Running BearMercury 71474x45, EP 1-3397, MG 20581, MG 20592; Wing MGW 12246-W; Mercury SR 61371, SRM 1-1097
* Mercury MG 20581, SR 60241   Various Artists - 14 More Newies But Goodies
* Mercury MG 20592, SR 60250   Johnny Preston - Running Bear
* Wing MGW 12246-W, SRW 16246-W   Johnny Preston - Running Bear
* Mercury SR 61371   Various Artists - Solid Gold R & R, Vol. 1
* Mercury EP 1-3397   Johnny Preston
* Mercury 71474x45   Johnny Preston - My Heart Knows / Running Bear
* Mercury SRM 1-1097   Johnny Preston (no details)

Sarah Vaughan With "No Count" Band

Wendell Culley, Joe Newman, Eugene Young, trumpet; Thad Jones, trumpet, conductor; Henry Coker, Al Grey, Benny Powell, trombone; Marshall Royal, alto sax, clarinet; Frank Foster, Billy Mitchell, tenor sax; Frank Wess, tenor, alto sax, flute; Charlie Fowlkes, baritone sax; Ronnell Bright, piano; Freddie Green, guitar; Richard Davis, bass; Sonny Payne, drums; Sarah Vaughan, vocals; Hal Mooney, director.
Fine Recording, NYC, December 15, 1958
17413-17Smoke Gets In Your EyesEmArcy MG 36152
* EmArcy MG 36152   Sarah Vaughan - No Count Sarah (not released)
= Mercury MG 20441, SR 60116; Universal (J) UCCM-9039   Sarah Vaughan - No Count Sarah

Jimmy Cleveland Octet

Ray Copeland, trumpet; Ernie Royal, flugelhorn; Jimmy Cleveland, trombone; Don Butterfield, tuba; Jerome Richardson, tenor sax; Junior Mance, piano; Bill Crow, bass; Art Taylor, drums; Ernie Wilkins, arranger.
Fine Recording, NYC, December 16, 1958
17432MarieMercury MG 20442
17433Stardust-
* Mercury MG 20442, SR 60117   A Map Of Jimmy Cleveland

Jimmy Cleveland Octet

Ray Copeland, trumpet; Ernie Royal, flugelhorn; Jimmy Cleveland, trombone; Don Butterfield, tuba; Jerome Richardson, tenor sax; Junior Mance, piano; Bill Crow, bass; Art Taylor, drums; Ernie Wilkins, arranger.: same personnel.
Fine Recording, NYC, December 17, 1958
17434The Best Things In Life Are FreeMercury MG 20442
17435A Hundred Years From Today-
* Mercury MG 20442, SR 60117   A Map Of Jimmy Cleveland

Art Blakey And The Jazz Messengers

Lee Morgan, trumpet; Benny Golson, tenor sax; Bobby Timmons, piano; Jymie Merritt, bass; Art Blakey, drums.
"L'Olympia", Paris, France, December 17, 1958
Moanin'Fontana (F) 680 202 ML
Justice-
Blues MarchFontana (Du) 460 642 TE; Mercury (F) 6444700
Whisper Not-
* Fontana (F) 680 202 ML   Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers - 1958-Paris Olympia
= Epic LA 16009, BA 17009   Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers - Paris Concert
= Mercury (F) 6444700   Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers - Olympia Concert
* Fontana (Du) 460 642 TE, (E) TFE 17257   Art Blakey And The Jazz Messengers - Blues March/Whisper Not

Jimmy Cleveland Octet

Ray Copeland, trumpet; Ernie Royal, flugelhorn; Jimmy Cleveland, trombone; Don Butterfield, tuba; Jerome Richardson, tenor sax, flute; Junior Mance, piano; Bill Crow, bass; Art Taylor, drums; Ernie Wilkins, arranger.
Fine Recording, NYC, December 18, 1958
17436Jimmy's Old Funky BluesMercury MG 20442
17437Swing Low, Sweet Chariot-
17438Jay Bird-
* Mercury MG 20442, SR 60117   A Map Of Jimmy Cleveland

Sarah Vaughan With "No Count" Band

Wendell Culley, Joe Newman, Eugene Young, trumpet; Thad Jones, trumpet, conductor; Henry Coker, Al Grey, Benny Powell, trombone; Marshall Royal, alto sax, clarinet; Frank Foster, Billy Mitchell, tenor sax; Frank Wess, tenor, alto sax, flute; Charlie Fowlkes, baritone sax; Ronnell Bright, piano; Freddie Green, guitar; Richard Davis, bass; Sonny Payne, drums; Sarah Vaughan, vocals; Hal Mooney, director.
Fine Recording, NYC, December 23, 1958
17423-14Moonlight In VermontEmArcy MG 36152
17424-16Cheek To Cheek-
17425-1Missing You-
17426-3Just One Of Those Things-
17427-3No 'Count Blues-
* EmArcy MG 36152   Sarah Vaughan - No Count Sarah (not released)
= Mercury MG 20441, SR 60116; Universal (J) UCCM-9039   Sarah Vaughan - No Count Sarah

Eddie Barclay And His Orchestra

Lucky Thompson, tenor sax; Eddie Barclay And His Orchestra, Quincy Jones, arranger, director.
Barclay Studios, Paris, France, 1958
???? | 19052I'll Keep Coming Back For More (Fragile Eyes)Mercury MG 20488
???? | 19055Je Voudrais-
* Mercury MG 20488, SR 60167   Eddie Barclay - Twilight Time

Red Prysock And His Orchestra

Taft Jordan, Emmet Perry, trumpet; Don Cole, Dicky Wells, trombone; James Powell, alto sax; Red Prysock, tenor sax; Clarence Wright, baritone sax; Howard Whaley, piano, organ; Eddie McFadden, guitar; Milt Hinton, bass; David Francis, drums; George Laguna, congas; Bill Rodriguez, bongos.
NYC, 1958
17483I Let A Song Go Out Of My HeartMercury MG 20512
17484Moonlight In Vermont-
17485Flamingo-
17486Stardust-
17487Spring Is Here-
17488My Funny Valentine-
17489Shootin' High-
17490On The Sunny Side Of The Street-
17491Mr. Wonderful-
17492And The Angels SingMercury 71476x45
17493Teach Me TonightMercury MG 20512
17494Riffin' With RedMercury 71476x45
17495Stella By StarlightMercury MG 20512
17496Without A Song-
* Mercury MG 20512, SR 60188   Red Prysock - Swing Softly Red
* Mercury 71476x45   Red Prysock - And The Angels Sing / Riffin' With Red

Franz Jackson And The Original Jass All Stars

Bob Shoffner, trumpet; Al Wynn, trombone; Bill Oldham, tuba; Franz Jackson, clarinet; Rozelle Claxton, piano; Lawrence Dixon, banjo; Richard Curry, drums.
Universal Recording, Chicago, IL, 1958
17697The MartiniqueMercury unissued
17698Gate CityEmArcy MG 36151
* EmArcy MG 36151   Franz Jackson And The Original Jass All Stars - Jass, Jass, Jass (not released)
= Mercury MG 20443, SR 60125   Franz Jackson And His Dixieland All Stars - Jazz Concert Tonight (not released)
= Philips (US) PHM 200-013, (US) PHS 600-013   Franz Jackson And The Original Jass All Stars - Jass, Jass, Jass

Bobby Christian And His Orchestra

unidentified orchestra, Bobby Christian, leader, arranger, percussion.
Universal Recording, Chicago, IL, 1958
16538ManhattanMercury MG 20335
16539I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles-
16540I Want To Be Happy-
16541Ballin' The Jack-
16691Georgia On My Mind-
16692The Lady Is A Tramp-
16693Alone-
16694Crickets On Parade-
16712Lost In A Fog-
16713Doll Dance-
16714Cherokee (Indian Love Song)-
16715Miami Beach Rhumba-
* Mercury MG 20335, SR 60015   Bobby Christian - Mr. Percussion

Taft Jordan Quintet

Taft Jordan, trumpet; Dave Martin, piano; Everett Barksdale, guitar; Joe Benjamin, bass; Chink Martin, drums.
NYC, 1958?
16410Second Balcony JumpMercury MG 20429
16411Mariquita-
16412Night Boat-
16413It's The Talk Of The Town-
16414Smoky-
16415Do Anything-
* Mercury MG 20429, SR 60101   The Moods Of Taft Jordan

The Gaylords With Dick Marx Orchestra Featuring Eddie Chamblee

Eddie Chamblee, tenor sax #2; The Gaylords, vocal group; unidentified orchestra, Dick Marx, conductor.
Universal Recording, Chicago, IL, 1958?
1. 18000I'm Longin' For LoveMercury 71369x45
2. 18001Flamingo L'Amore-
* Mercury 71369x45   The Gaylords - I'm Longin' For Love / Flamingo L'Amore

Frank Strozier Quartet

Frank Strozier, alto sax; and others.
Universal Recording, Chicago, IL, 1958?
17003 | JB329What A Difference A Day MadeMercury unissued
17004 | JB330Six Trey And Cottage-
17005 | JB331Linger Awhile-
17006 | JB332Last Night When We Were Young-
17007 | JB333In The Still Of The Night-
17008 | JB334Come Rain Or Come Shine-
17009 | JB335Just One Of Those Things-

Clyde Otis And His Orchestra

Ann Leslie, vocals #3; Clyde Otis And His Orchestra.
Fine Recording, NYC, maybe 1958
1. 16915IdahoMercury MG 20413
2. 16916Sleepy Lagoon-
3. 16917For You, For Me, Forever More-
4. 16918That Old Feeling-
5. 16919Rat Tat Tat-
6. 16920Blackberry Blue And Rose Blossom Pink-
7. 16921Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive-
8. 16922Mister Sandman-
9. 16923Secret Love-
10. 16924Mariquita-
11. 16925Boogie Woogie-
12. 16926Charleston-
* Mercury MG 20413, SR 60089   Clyde Otis - America's Dance Favorites

The Del Vikings

Clarence Quick, vocals; The Del Vikings, vocal group; unidentified orchestra, Carl Stevens, conductor.
Universal Recording, Chicago, IL, maybe 1958
16297Friendly MoonMercury MG 20353, EP 1-3389
16298SnowboundMercury 71241x45
16299Oh I Love YouMercury MG 20353, EP 1-3388
16300Oh TonightMercury MG 20353, EP 1-3387
16301That's Why (I Love You So)-
* Mercury MG 20353   The Del Vikings - The Swingin, Singing Record Session
* Mercury 71241x45   The Del Vikings - Your Book Of Life / Snowbound
* Mercury EP 1-3389, EP 1-3388, EP 1-3387   The Del Vikings (no details)

Frank D'Rone

unknown, #1 trumpet #1,3,4; unknown, #2 trumpet #1,3,4; unknown, sax, clarinet #1,3,4; unknown, piano; unknown, guitar #2; unknown, bass; unknown, drums; Frank D'Rone, vocals.
Universal Recording, Chicago, IL, maybe 1958?
1. 16594I Could Write A BookMercury MG 20418
2. 16595Joey, Joey, Joey-
3. 16596Fascinating Rhythm-
4. 16597Love And The Weather-
* Mercury MG 20418, SR 60064   Frank D'Rone Sings

Lou Stein

Mel Davis, trumpet; George Berg, Milt Yaner, sax; Lou Stein, upright piano; George Barnes, guitar, banjo; Sid Block, bass, tuba; Bunny Shawker, drums.
probably maybe 1958?
HeartachesMercury MG 20364
I Cried For You-
Bye Bye Blackbird-
You Made Me Love You (I Didn't Want To Do It)-
I Can't Give You Anything But Love-
When The Saints Go Marching In-
My Melancholy Baby-
In The Mood-
My Blue Heaven-
I'm Looking Over A Four Leaf Clover-
I Had To Be You-
One O'Clock Jump-
* Mercury MG 20364, SR 60054   Lou Stein - Honky Tonk Piano (The Stein Way)
= Wing MGW 12219, SRW 16219   Lou Stein Way