Prestige Records Catalog: 10100, 66000, 34000, MPP-2500 series

Fantasy/Prestige 10100 series (12 inch LP)

P-10101   Patrice Rushen - Shout It Out   1977

Patrice Rushen, electric, acoustic piano, Clavinet, synthesizer, vocals; Al McKay, guitar; Charles Meeks, electric bass, vocals; James Gadson, drums; Bill Summers, percussion; Patrice Rushen, arranger #1,2,4-8; Charles Mims, arranger #3; Reggie Andrews, arranger #7.

Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA, 1976

1.The Hump
2.Shout It Out
3.Stepping Stones
4.Let Your Heart Be Free
5.Roll With The Punches
6.Let There Be Funk
7.Yolon
8.Sojourn

** also released on Prestige P-10110 in 1980 as "The Best Of Patrice Rushen - Let There Be Funk".

P-10102   Bill Summers - Feel The Heat   1977

Skip Scarborough, Mark Soskin, keyboards; Ray Obiedo, guitar; Paul Jackson, bass; Alphonse Mouzon, drums; Bill Summers, congas, percussion; + Horns: Fred Berry, Hadley Caliman, Roger Glenn, Jose Hernandez, Myron Mu, Julian Priester, horns; + Vocals: Pete Escovedo, Charles Meeks, Mikki Morris, Diane Reeves, Sigidi, Deborah Thomas, vocals.

Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA, October, 1976

Just A Matter Of Time (Before The Beat Gets Your Mind)
Come Into My Life
People Know
No One
Brazilian Skies
Check It Out
Que Sabroso
Drum Suite

P-10103   Bill Summers And Summers Heat - Cayenne   1977

Bill Summers, percussion, vocals; Summers Heat: George "Jazzbeau" Spencer, trumpet, flugelhorn, backing vocals; Hadley Caliman, tenor sax, flute; Rodney Franklin, keyboards; Ray Obiedo, guitar, tres, backing vocals; Fred Washington, bass; James Levi, drums; Munyungo Darryl Jackson, timbales, percussion, backing vocals; Leo Miller, Carla Vaughn, lead vocals, backing vocals.

Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA;
Westlake Audio, Los Angeles, CA, September, 1977

What's This Mess
Magic
Latican Space Mambo
Don't Fade Away
House Party
Try A Little Tenderness
I've Been Around
Djembe De Fanta
Flying

P-10104   David Fathead Newman - Concrete Jungle   1978

David Fathead Newman, flute, soprano, alto, tenor sax; Pat Rebillot, keyboards; Jay Graydon, electric guitar; Abraham LaBoriel, electric bass; Idris Muhammad, drums; Bill Summers, congas, percussion; + Strings: Sanford Allen, Regis Iandiorio, Kathryn Kienke, Harry Lookofsky, Yoko Matsuo, Gene Orloff, Stan Pollock, Anthony Posk, violin; Alfred Brown, Linda Lawrence, viola; Kermit Moore, cello; + Horns: Jimmy Owens, Milt Ward, trumpet; Earl McIntyre, trombone; Kenneth Harris, flute; Babe Clarke, tenor sax; Clarence Thomas, baritone sax; William Fischer, arranger, conductor.

Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA, November 8-10, 1977;
Regent Sound Studios, NYC, November 14, 1977;
Generation Sound Studios, NYC, November 17, 1977

Knocks Me Off My Feet
Save Your Love For Me
Blues For Ball
Dance Of The Honey Bee And The Funky Fly
Concrete Jungle
Sun Seeds
Distant Lover

P-10105   Bill Summers And Summers Heat - Straight To The Bank   1978

Bill Summers, percussion, flute, lead vocals, backing vocals; Summers Heat: Ray Obiedo, guitar; Fred Washington, bass; Darryl Munyungo Jackson, timbales, drums, backing vocals; Virginia Ayers, Leo Miller, lead vocals, backing vocals; George "Jazzbeau" Spencer, music coordinator; plus Oscar Brashear, Ray Brown, Jerry Hey, trumpet, flugelhorn; George Bohanon, Dick "Slyde" Hyde, Benny Powell, trombone; Bill Green, Ernie Watts, reeds; John Barnes, keyboards; Leon Ndugu Chancler, drums, vocals; Maxine "Maxi" Anderson, Pattie Brooks, Josie James, Pettsye Powell, backing vocals; Reggie Andrews, Charles Mims, Willie Mullings, horns arranger; John Barnes, strings arranger; Bill Summers And Summers Heat, Leon Ndugu Chancler, rhythm arranger; Virginia Ayers, Bill Summers And Summers Heat, Leon Ndugu Chancler, background vocals arranger; Bill Summers, percussion arranger; Bob Robitaille, synthesizer programs.

Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA;
Wally Heider Studio 3, Los Angeles, CA;
Sunset Sound, Los Angeles, CA, early 1978

Woo Me Baby
Your Love
Love, Not My Life
Olodo
Straight To The Bank
Creepy Crawlers/Landing And Visit
It's On My Mind
El Barrio
All I Want
Creepy Crawlers/Exit

P-10106   David Fathead Newman - Keep The Dream Alive   1978

David Fathead Newman, flute, soprano, alto, tenor sax; George Cables, Hilton Ruiz, keyboards; George Davis, Lee Ritenour, guitar; Wilbur Bascomb, electric bass; Idris Muhammad, drums; Bill Summers, congas, percussion; + Horns and voices: Jeff Davis, Larry Moses, trumpet; Earl McIntyre, Janice Robinson, trombone; Kenneth Harris, flute; Ed Xiques, baritone sax; Yvonne Fletcher, Renee Manning, voices; William Fischer, arranger, conductor.

Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA;
Regent Sound Studios, NYC, May, 1977

Keep The Dream Alive
Destiny
Silver Morning
Freaky Beat
I Am Singing
Clouds
As Good As You Are

P-10107   Bill Summers And Summers Heat - On Sunshine   1979

Bill Summers, percussion, flute, lead vocals, backing vocals; Summers Heat: Tom Poole, trumpet, flugelhorn; Larry Batiste, trombone, piano, backing vocals; Claytoven, tenor, alto sax, piano, backing vocals; Ray Obiedo, acoustic, electric guitar; Bo Freeman, bass; Paul Van Wageningen, drums; Scott Roberts, rototoms, timbales, backing vocals; Lori Ham, Calvin Tillery, lead vocals, backing vocals; plus Greg Phillinganes, Mark Soskin, piano; Colin Payne, organ; Dwayne Sweet, keyboards; Tim Gorman, Mini Moog; Paul Smith, Mini Moog, Clavinet; Marlon McClain, guitar; Gary Calvin, bass; Lloyd Adams, Gaylord Birch, Tony Lewis, drums; + Horns: Jerry Hey, trumpet; Wayne Wallace, trombone; Carlberg Jones, French horn; Larry Williams, tenor sax; + Strings: David Litven, Kathy Walters, violin; Lorraine Hunt, viola; Julianne Feldman, cello; + Background vocals: Pat Henderson, Nyya Lark, Phillip Richardson, Julia Waters, Maxine Waters, backing vocals; Larry Batiste, Claytoven, Tom Poole, horn arranger, string arranger; Bill Summers And Summers Heat, Tony Lewis, Bill Summers, rhythm arranger; Bill Summers, percussion arranger.

Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA, released 1979

Walking On Sunshine
You've Got Me Lovin' Again
She's Gone
Musicland
Dancing Lady
Love's All We Need
Feel The Heat
Learn To Live As One
Samba De Oakland

P-10108   David Fathead Newman - Scratch My Back   1979

David Fathead Newman, flute, soprano, alto, tenor sax; Richard Tee, acoustic piano; Kevin Toney, electric piano, Clavinet, synthesizer; Cornell Dupree, Eric Gale, guitar; Ron Carter, acoustic bass; Wilbur Bascomb, electric bass; Harvey Mason, drums; Bill Summers, congas, percussion; Bessie Ruth Scott, Tanyette, lead vocals; + Horns: Randy Brecker, Jon Faddis, trumpet; Earl McIntyre, trombone; James Buffington, French horn; Jerry Dodgion, Kenneth Harris, George Marge, flute; + Strings: Gerald Tarack, concertmaster; Anahid Ajemian, Frederick Buldrini, Harold Kohon, Joseph Malignaggi, Anthony Posk, Charles Veal, Marilyn Wright, violin; Julien Barber, Alfred Brown, viola; Jesse Levy, Kermit Moore, cello; + Background vocals: Flame Braithwaite as Flame Brathwaite, Ben Carter, Deborah McGriff, Tanyette, backing vocals; William Fischer, arranger, conductor.

The Power Station, NYC;
Regent Sound Studios, NYC;
Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA, March, 1979

One Step At A Time
You Gotta Keep Gotta Keep Dancin'
Two Can Do It
Scratch My Back
Rock Me, Baby (Like My Back Ain't Got No Bone)
After The Ball
The Buggs

P-10109   Mark Soskin - Rhythm Vision   1980

Oscar Brashear, Snooky Young, trumpet, flugelhorn; George Bohanon, bass trombone; Mel Martin, alto flute, alto sax; Bennie Maupin, tenor sax, alto flute, flute, soprano sax; Mark Soskin, keyboards; Ray Obiedo, guitar; Paul Socolow, electric bass; Harvey Mason, drums; Sammy Figueroa, congas, percussion; Paul Socolow, Mark Soskin, rhythm arranger; Mark Soskin, arranger, conductor.

Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA, December, 1979

Colossus
Mambo Mio
Walk Tall
Caribbean Party Stomp
That's What Friends Are For
The Opening
Bolinas

P-10110   The Best Of Patrice Rushen - Let There Be Funk   1980

Oscar Brashear, trumpet, flugelhorn; George Bohanon, trombone; Hadley Caliman, flute, alto flute, soprano sax; Joe Henderson, tenor sax; Patrice Rushen, acoustic, electric piano, Clavinet, ARP synthesizer; Tony Dumas, electric bass, "Blitz" bass; Ndugu, drums; Kenneth Nash, percussion; Ndugu, rhythm arranger; Patrice Rushen, arranger.

Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA, August, 1974

Traverse +

Oscar Brashear, trumpet, flugelhorn; George Bohanon, trombone; Hadley Caliman, tenor sax; Patrice Rushen, electric, acoustic piano, synthesizer, Clavinet, tambourine, cabasa; Lee Ritenour, guitar; Charles Meeks, bass; Ndugu, drums; Nate Alfred, percussion; + Nate Alfred, Reggie Andrews, Thelette Bennett, Josie James, Charles Meeks, Charles Mims, Patrice Rushen, Evelyn Wesley, Jimmie Lee Wesley, Brenda White, Martha Young, handclaps; Josie James, vocals; Patrice Rushen, arranger.

Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA, August, 1975

What's The Story +

Patrice Rushen, electric, acoustic piano, Clavinet, synthesizer, vocals; Al McKay, guitar; Charles Meeks, electric bass, vocals; James Gadson, drums; Bill Summers, percussion; Patrice Rushen, arranger #1,2,4-8; Charles Mims, arranger #3; Reggie Andrews, arranger #7.

Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA, 1976

1.The Hump
2.Shout It Out
3.Stepping Stones
4.Let Your Heart Be Free
5.Roll With The Punches
6.Let There Be Funk
7.Yolon
8.Sojourn

** originally released on Prestige P-10101 in 1977 as "Shout It Out" + 2 bonus tracks.

Fantasy/Prestige 66000 series (12 inch LP)

P-66001   Gary Bartz Ntu Troop - I've Known Rivers And Other Bodies   1973

Gary Bartz, soprano, alto sax, vocals; Hubert Eaves, electric, acoustic piano; Stafford James, electric, acoustic bass; Howard King, drums; Gary Bartz, arranger.

"Montreux Jazz Festival", Montreux, Switzerland, July 7, 1973

Nommo-The Majick Song
Sifa Zote
Jujuman
Bertha Baptist
Don't Fight That Feeling
Mama's Soul

same session.

I've Known Rivers
The Warriors' Song
Uhuru Sassa
Dr. Follow's Dance
Peace And Love

** also released on Prestige PRCD-66001-2 in 2003.

P-66002   Charles Earland - Leaving This Planet   1974

Eddie Henderson, trumpet #1,4; Freddie Hubbard, trumpet, flugelhorn; Dave Hubbard, alto flute, soprano, tenor sax; Joe Henderson, tenor sax; Charles Earland, organ, ARP synthesizer, Moog synthesizer #1,2,4,5, Clavinet #3; Dr. Patrick Gleeson, ARP synthesizer, Moog synthesizer; Mark Elf, guitar; Eddie Arkin, guitar #1,3,4; Greg Crockett, guitar #2; Harvey Mason, drums #1,2,4,5; Brian Brake, drums #3; Larry Killian, percussion; Rudy Copeland, vocals #1.

Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA, December 11, 12 & 13, 1973;
Different Fur Trading Co., San Francisco, CA, February, 1974

1.Leaving This Planet
2.Red Clay
3.Warp Factor 8
4.Brown Eyes
5.Asteroid

Eddie Henderson, trumpet #1,3; Freddie Hubbard, trumpet, flugelhorn; Dave Hubbard, alto flute, soprano, tenor sax; Joe Henderson, tenor sax; Charles Earland, organ, ARP synthesizer, Moog synthesizer #1,2,4, double soprano sax #3, electric piano #5; Dr. Patrick Gleeson, ARP synthesizer, Moog synthesizer; Mark Elf, guitar; Eddie Arkin, guitar #1,3,5; Harvey Mason, drums #1-3; Brian Brake, drums #4,5; Larry Killian, percussion.

1.Mason's Galaxy
2.No Me Esqueca (Don't Forget Me)
3.Tyner
4.Van Jay
5.Never Ending Melody

** also released on Prestige PRCD-66002-2 in 1993.

Fantasy/Prestige 34000 series (12 inch LP)

PRST-34001   The Great Concert Of Charles Mingus   1972

Johnny Coles, trumpet; Eric Dolphy, alto sax, bass clarinet, flute; Clifford Jordan, tenor sax; Jaki Byard, piano; Charles Mingus, bass; Dannie Richmond, drums.

"Salle Wagram", Paris, France, April 17, 1964

So Long Eric Part 1 (mistitled as Goodbye Pork Pie Hat Part 1)
So Long Eric Part 2 (mistitled as Goodbye Pork Pie Hat Part 2)

Eric Dolphy, alto sax, bass clarinet, flute; Clifford Jordan, tenor sax; Jaki Byard, piano; Charles Mingus, bass; Dannie Richmond, drums.

"Theatre Des Champs-Elysees", Paris, France, April 18, 1964

Intro And Presentation
Orange Was The Color Of Her Dress, Then Blue Silk
Parkeriana
Meditations (mistitled as Meditation For Integration)
Fables Of Faubus Part 1
Fables Of Faubus Part 2
Sophisticated Lady

** originally released on America (F) 30 AM 003-005 in 1971.

P-34002   The Great Concert Of Eric Dolphy   1974

Booker Little, trumpet; Eric Dolphy, alto sax, bass clarinet, flute; Mal Waldron, piano; Richard Davis, bass; Ed Blackwell, drums.

"Five Spot Cafe", NYC, July 16, 1961

3149Aggression
3150Like Someone In Love
3151Fire Waltz
3152Bee Vamp
3153The Prophet
3154Number Eight
3155Booker's Waltz

** same as Prestige PRLP 7294 in 1963 entitled "Eric Dolphy At The Five Spot Volume 2." + PR 7334 in 1965 entitled "Eric Dolphy & Booker Little Memorial Album: Recorded Live At The Five Spot" + New Jazz NJLP 8260 in 1961 entitled "Eric Dolphy At The Five Spot Volume 1.".

P-34003   The Great Concert Of Cecil Taylor   1977

Jimmy Lyons, alto sax; Sam Rivers, tenor, soprano sax; Cecil Taylor, piano; Andrew Cyrille, drums.

"Fondation Maeght", Saint-Paul-De-Vence, France, July 29, 1969

Second Act Of A Vol. 1, Face A
Second Act Of A Vol. 1, Face B
Second Act Of A Vol. II, Face A
Second Act Of A Vol. II, Face B
Second Act Of A Vol. III, Face A
Second Act Of A Vol. III, Face B

** same as Shandar (F) SR 10 011 in 1971 entitled "Nuits De La Fondation Maeght Vol. 1" + 83 508 in 1972 entitled "Nuits De La Fondation Maeght Vol. 2" + 83 509 in 1972 entitled "Nuits De La Fondation Maeght Vol. 3".

P-34004   The Duke Ellington Carnegie Hall Concerts, January, 1943   1977

Harold Baker, Wallace Jones, Ray Nance, Rex Stewart, trumpet; Lawrence Brown, Joe "Tricky Sam" Nanton, trombone; Juan Tizol, valve trombone; Otto Hardwick, Johnny Hodges, alto sax; Ben Webster, tenor sax; Chauncey Haughton, tenor sax, clarinet; Harry Carney, baritone sax; Duke Ellington, piano; Fred Guy, guitar; Junior Raglin, bass; Sonny Greer, drums; Betty Roche, vocals.

"Carnegie Hall", NYC, January 23, 1943

Black And Tan Fantasy
Rockin' In Rhythm
Moon Mist
Jumpin' Punkins
Portrait Of Bert Williams
(Portrait Of) Bojangles
Portrait Of Florence Mills (as Black Beauty)
Ko-Ko
Dirge
Stomp (Johnny Come Lately)
Are You Stickin'
Black (first movement of Black, Brown And Beige)
Brown, Beige (second and third movements of Black, Brown And Beige)
Bakiff
Jack The Bear
Blue Belles Of Harlem
Cotton Tail
Day Dream
Boy Meets Horn
Rose Of The Rio Grande
Don't Get Around Much Anymore
Goin' Up
Mood Indigo

** also released on Prestige 2PCD-34004-2 in 1991.

Fantasy/Prestige MPP-2500 series (12 inch LP)

MPP-2501   Charles Earland - Burners: Greatest Hits   1980

Virgil Jones, trumpet; Houston Person, tenor sax; Charlie Earland, organ; Melvin Sparks, guitar; Idris Muhammad, drums; Buddy Caldwell, congas #2,3.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, December 15, 1969

1.Black Talk
2.The Mighty Burner
3.More Today Than Yesterday

Virgil Jones, trumpet; Clayton Pruden, trombone; Jimmy Heath, tenor, soprano sax; Charlie Earland, organ; Maynard Parker, guitar; Jimmy Turner, drums.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, June 1, 1970

Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head

Gary Chandler, trumpet; Grover Washington Jr., tenor sax; Charles Earland, organ; Maynard Parker, guitar; Jesse Kilpatrick, drums; Buddy Caldwell, congas.

"Key Club", Newark, NJ, September 17, 1970

Westbound #9
Milestones

Virgil Jones, trumpet; Clifford Adams Jr., trombone; Arthur Grant Jr., tenor sax, flute; Charles Earland, organ; Maynard Parker, guitar; Billy "Kentucky" Wilson, drums; Arthur Jenkins Jr., congas.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 1971

I Was Made To Love Her

Lee Morgan, trumpet; Billy Harper, tenor sax; Charles Earland, organ, electric piano, soprano sax, percussion; Maynard Parker, guitar; Billy Cobham, drums.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, February 16 & 17, 1972

Speedball

Jon Faddis, Virgil Jones, Lee Morgan, Victor Paz, trumpet, flugelhorn; Dick Griffin, tenor trombone; Jack Jeffers, bass trombone; Hubert Laws Jr., flute; Charles Earland, organ; Greg Millar, guitar; John Fourie, fuzz guitar; Billy Cobham, drums; Sonny Morgan, congas; Charles Earland, Virgil Jones, orchestrator, arranger.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, February 17, 1972

Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow

Eddie Henderson, trumpet; Freddie Hubbard, trumpet, flugelhorn; Dave Hubbard, alto flute, soprano, tenor sax; Joe Henderson, tenor sax; Charles Earland, organ, ARP synthesizer, Moog synthesizer; Dr. Patrick Gleeson, ARP synthesizer, Moog synthesizer; Eddie Arkin, Mark Elf, guitar; Harvey Mason, drums; Larry Killian, percussion; Rudy Copeland, vocals.

Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA, December 11, 12 & 13, 1973;
Different Fur Trading Co., San Francisco, CA, February, 1974

Leaving This Planet

MPP-2502   Dexter Gordon - The Ballad Album   1981

Dexter Gordon, tenor sax; Barry Harris, piano; Buster Williams, bass; Al "Tootie" Heath, drums.

NYC, April 4, 1969

Those Were The Days

Dexter Gordon, tenor sax; Tommy Flanagan, piano; Larry Ridley, bass; Alan Dawson, drums.

NYC, July 7, 1970

Body And Soul

Dexter Gordon, tenor sax; Wynton Kelly, piano; Sam Jones, bass; Roy Brooks, drums.

NYC, August 27, 1970

Star Eyes

Thad Jones, trumpet, flugelhorn; Dexter Gordon, tenor sax; Hank Jones, piano; Stanley Clarke, bass; Louis Hayes, drums.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, June 28, 1972

Tangerine

Freddie Hubbard, trumpet, flugelhorn; Dexter Gordon, tenor sax; Cedar Walton, piano; Buster Williams, bass; Billy Higgins, drums.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, July 22, 1972

Scared To Be Alone

Thad Jones, trumpet, flugelhorn; Dexter Gordon, tenor sax; Hank Jones, piano; Stan Clarke, bass; Louis Hayes, drums.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 1972

The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face

MPP-2503   Eric Dolphy With The Latin Jazz Quintet - Caribe   1980

Eric Dolphy, alto sax, flute, bass clarinet; Charlie Simons, vibes; Gene Casey, piano; Bill Ellington, bass; Manny Ramos, drums, timbales; Juan Amalbert, congas.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, August 19, 1960

2408Sunday Go Meetin'
2409First Bass Line
2410Mambo Ricci
2411Blues In 6/8
2412Spring Is Here
2413Caribe

** originally released on New Jazz NJLP 8251 in 1961 as "The Latin Jazz Quintet + Eric Dolphy - Caribe".

MPP-2504   Roy Haynes And Booker Ervin - Bad News Blues   1980

Booker Ervin, tenor sax; Ronnie Mathews, piano; Larry Ridley, bass; Roy Haynes, drums.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, April 10, 1963

3775Scoochie
3776Dorian
3777Sketch Of Melba
3778Honeydew
3779Under Paris Skies
3780Bad News Blues

** originally released on New Jazz NJLP 8286 in 1963 as "Roy Haynes With Booker Ervin - Cracklin'".

MPP-2505   Steve Lacy With Don Cherry - Evidence   1980

Don Cherry, trumpet; Steve Lacy, soprano sax; Carl Brown, bass; Billy Higgins, drums.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, November 14, 1961

3262Who Knows
3263The Mystery Song
3264San Francisco Holiday
3265Evidence
3266Something To Live For
3268Let's Cool One

** originally released on New Jazz NJLP 8271 in 1962.

MPP-2506   Thad Jones And Charles Mingus   1980

Thad Jones, trumpet; Frank Wess, tenor sax, flute #1,2,4; Hank Jones, piano; Charles Mingus, bass; Kenny Clarke, drums.

Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, August 11, 1954

1.Elusive (as Illusive)
2.Sombre Intrusion
3.You Don't Know What Love Is
4.Bitty Ditty
5.I'll Remember April

Thad Jones, trumpet; John Dennis, piano; Charles Mingus, bass; Max Roach, drums.

Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, March 10, 1955

One More (edited version)
I Can't Get Started
More Of The Same
Get Out Of Town (alternate take)

MPP-2507   The John Coltrane|Ray Draper Quintet   1980

Ray Draper, tuba; John Coltrane, tenor sax #1-5; Gil Coggins, piano; Spanky De Brest, bass; Larry Ritchie, drums.

Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, December 20, 1957

1. 1410Under Paris Skies
2. 1411Clifford's Kappa
3. 1412Filide
4. 1413Two Sons
5. 1414Paul's Pal
6. 1415I Hadn't Anyone Till You

** originally released on New Jazz NJLP 8228 in 1960 as "The Ray Draper Quintet Featuring John Coltrane".

MPP-2508   Phil Woods|Gene Quill|Sahib Shihab|Hal Stein - Four Altos   1980

Gene Quill, Sahib Shihab, Hal Stein, Phil Woods, alto sax; Mal Waldron, piano; Tommy Potter, bass; Louis Hayes, drums.

Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, February 9, 1957

1083Pedal Eyes
1084Kokochee
1085No More Nights
1086Kinda Kanonic
1087Staggers
1088Don't Blame Me

** originally released on Prestige PRLP 7116 in 1957 as "Four Altos".

MPP-2509   Joe Newman - Jive At Five   1980

Joe Newman, trumpet; Frank Wess, tenor sax; Tommy Flanagan, piano; Eddie Jones, bass; Oliver Jackson, drums.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, May 4, 1960

2218Taps Miller
2219Jive At Five
2220Wednesday's Blues
2221More Than You Know
2222Don't Worry About Me
2223Cuein' The Blues

** originally released on Swingville SVLP 2011 in 1960 as "The Joe Newman Quintet Featuring Frank Wess - Jive At Five".

MPP-2510   Lee Morgan - Take Twelve   1981

Lee Morgan, trumpet; Clifford Jordan, tenor sax; Barry Harris, piano; Bob Cranshaw, bass; Louis Hayes, drums.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, January 24, 1962

Raggedy Ann
A Waltz For Fran
Lee-sure Time
Little Spain
Take Twelve
Second's Best (take 5)

** originally released on Jazzland JLP 80 in 1962 as "Lee Morgan Quintet - Take Twelve".

MPP-2511   Dexter Gordon - Resurgence   1981

Martin Banks, trumpet; Richard Boone, trombone; Dexter Gordon, tenor sax; Charles "Dolo" Coker, piano; Charles Green, bass; Lawrence Marable, drums.

United Recording, Los Angeles, CA, October 13, 1960

Home Run
Dolo
Lovely Lisa
Affair In Havana
Jodi
Field Day

** originally released on Jazzland JLP 29 in 1961 as "The Resurgence Of Dexter Gordon".

MPP-2512   Jackie McLean|John Jenkins - Alto Madness   1981

John Jenkins, Jackie McLean, alto sax; Wade Legge, piano; Doug Watkins, bass; Arthur Taylor, drums.

Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, May 3, 1957

1240Bird Feathers +
1241Easy Living
1242Windy City
1243Pondering
1244The Lady Is A Tramp
1245Alto Madness

** originally released on Prestige PRLP 7114 in 1957 as "Jackie McLean/John Jenkins - Alto Madness" + 1 bonus track.

MPP-2513   Benny Carter With Ben Webster And Barney Bigard - Opening Blues   1981

Shorty Sherock, trumpet; Barney Bigard, clarinet; Benny Carter, alto sax, trumpet; Ben Webster, tenor sax; Jimmy Rowles, piano; Dave Barbour, guitar; Leroy Vinnegar, bass; Mel Lewis, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, April 10, 1962

L2032-1Opening Blues
L2032-2Lula
L2032-3When Lights Are Low
L2032-4You Can't Tell The Difference When The Sun Goes Down Blues

** originally released on Swingville SVLP 2032 in 1962 as "Benny Carter With Ben Webster & Barney Bigard - BBB & Co. Benny, Ben & Barney".

MPP 2514   Gene Ammons - Blue Groove   1982

Gene Ammons, tenor sax; Clarence "Sleepy" Anderson, piano, organ; unknown, guitar; unknown, bass; unknown, drums.

Chicago, IL, April 27, 1962

11664Blue Groove
11665Yea!
11666It Never Goes Away
11667Blinky
11669Someone To Watch Over Me
11671Sleepy
11672You Better Go Now
11673The Masquerade Is Over

MPP-2515   Earl Hines - Boogie Woogie On St. Louis Blues   1982

Earl Hines, piano; Larry Richardson, bass; Khalil Mhadi, drums.

1969

Boogie Woogie On St. Louis Blues
"Showboat" Medley: Why Do I Love You / Make Believe / Can't Help Loving That Man / Bill / Old Man River
Medley: Manhattan / Slaughter On Tenth Avenue
"West Side Story" Medley: I Feel Pretty / Maria / Tonight / America / Somewhere

MPP-2516   Willis Jackson - Gatorade   1982

Willis Jackson, tenor sax; Carl Wilson, organ; Boogaloo Joe Jones, guitar; Jerry Potter, drums; Buddy Caldwell, congas.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, August, 1971

Good Bread Alley
Hey Jude
Ivy
Pow!
The Long And Winding Road
Gatorade

MPP-2517   Eric Dolphy - Dash One   1982

Freddie Hubbard, trumpet; Eric Dolphy, alto sax, bass clarinet, flute; Jackie Byard, piano; George Tucker, bass; Roy Haynes, drums.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, April 1, 1960

2101G.W. (alternate take 1)
2102"245" (alternate take 1)

Booker Little, trumpet; Eric Dolphy, alto sax, bass clarinet, flute; Jaki Byard, piano; Ron Carter, bass; Roy Haynes, drums.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, December 21, 1960

2775Serene

Booker Little, trumpet; Eric Dolphy, alto sax, bass clarinet, flute; Mal Waldron, piano; Richard Davis, bass; Ed Blackwell, drums.

"Five Spot Cafe", NYC, July 16, 1961

3152Bee Vamp (alternate take)