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   1956

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.
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   1959

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.
Los Angeles, 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.
Los Angeles, 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; + 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 Tower, Los Angeles, 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