Riverside Records Catalog: 3500 series

Riverside Composers 3500 series (12 inch LP)

RLP 3501   The Staple Singers - Hammer And Nails   1962

Cleotha Staples, Mavis Staples, Purvis Staples, Roebuck Staples, vocal; accompanied by Roebuck Staples, guitar; Leonard Gaskin, bass; Joe Marshall Jr. or Gus Johnson, drums.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, February 20 and 21, 1962

Hammer And Nails
Gloryland
Everybody Will Be Happy
Hear My Call, Here
Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen
Great Day
I'm Willin' (Part 1)
I'm Willin' (Part 2)
Do You Know Him?
New-Born Soul
A Dying Man's Plea
New Home

** also released on Riverside RLP 93501 in 1962.

RLP 3502   Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson - Back Door Blues   1962

Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson, vocal, alto sax; accompanied by Nat Adderley, cornet; Julian "Cannonball" Adderley, alto sax; Joe Zawinul, piano; Sam Jones, bass; Louis Hayes, drums.

Ter-Mar Recording Studios, Chicago, IL, September 19, 1961;
Bell Sound Studios, NYC, February 14, 1962

Bright Lights, Big City
This Time
Hold It!
Arriving Soon (instrumental)
Kidney Stew
Back Door Blues
Person To Person
Just A Dream
Audrey
Vinsonology (instrumental)

** also released on Riverside RLP 93502 in 1962.

RLP 3503   Various Artists - Great Jazz Artists Play Compositions Of Thelonious Monk

no details.

** also released on Riverside RLP 93503.

RLP 3504   Various Artists - Great Jazz Artists Play Compositions Of Miles Davis

Les Spann, flute; Red Garland, piano; Sam Jones, bass; Frank Gant, drums.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, January 30, 1962

Where Are You?

** also released on Riverside RLP 93504.

RLP 3505   Various Artists - Great Jazz Artists Play Compositions Of Benny Golson

Blue Mitchell, trumpet; Curtis Fuller, trombone; Johnny Griffin, tenor sax; Wynton Kelly, piano; Wilbur Ware, bass; Philly Joe Jones, drums.

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC, July 2 and 3, 1958

Blues March

** also released on Riverside RLP 93505.

RLP 3506   Various Artists - Great Jazz Artists Play Compositions Of Charlie Parker

no details.

** also released on Riverside RLP 93506.

RLP 3507   Various Artists - Great Jazz Artists Play Compositions Of Duke Ellington Vol. 1

Red Garland, piano; Larry Ridley, bass; Frank Gant, drums.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, November 30, 1961

I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good

** also released on Riverside RLP 93507.

RLP 3508   Various Artists - Great Jazz Artists Play Compositions Of Dizzy Gillespie

Nat Adderley, cornet; Julian Priester, trombone; Johnny Griffin, tenor sax; Tommy Flanagan, piano; Jimmy Garrison, bass; Philly Joe Jones, drums.

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC, September 17, 1958

Ow!

Bobby Timmons, piano; Sam Jones, bass; Roy McCurdy, drums.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, June 18 and 19, 1962

Lorraine

** also released on Riverside RLP 93508.

RLP 3509   Various Artists - Great Jazz Artists Play Compositions Of Horace Silver

no details.

** also released on Riverside RLP 93509.

RLP 3510   Various Artists - Great Jazz Artists Play Compositions Of Duke Ellington Vol. 2

Bobby Timmons, piano; Sam Jones, bass; Jimmy Cobb, drums.

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC, January 13 and 14, 1960

Prelude To A Kiss

** also released on Riverside RLP 93510.

RLP 3511   Various Artists - Great Jazz Artists Play Compositions Of Tadd Dameron

Bobby Timmons, piano; Sam Jones, bass; Jimmy Cobb, drums.: same personnel.

Bell Sound Studios, NYC, March 13, 1961

If You Could See Me Now

** also released on Riverside RLP 93511.

RLP 3512   Various Artists - Great Jazz Artists Play Compositions Of Bobby Timmons

Nat Adderley, Ernie Royal, Clark Terry, Nick Travis, trumpet; Bob Brookmeyer, Jimmy Cleveland, Paul Faulise, Melba Liston, trombone; Don Butterfield, tuba; Cannonball Adderley, alto sax; George Dorsey, alto sax, flute; Oliver Nelson, Jerome Richardson, tenor sax, flute; Arthur Clarke, baritone sax; Wynton Kelly, piano; Sam Jones, bass; Charlie Persip or Louis Hayes, drums; Ray Barretto, congas; Ernie Wilkins, conductor; Ernie Wilkins, arranger.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, February 28, and May 9 and 15, 1961

This Here

Bobby Timmons, piano; Ron Carter, bass; Albert Heath, drums.

"Village Vanguard", NYC, October 1, 1961

Popsy

Johnny Griffin, tenor sax; Johnny Lytle, vibes; Bobby Timmons, piano; Sam Jones, bass; Louis Hayes, drums.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, January 29, 1962

Soul Time

** also released on Riverside RLP 93512.

RLP 3513   The Staple Singers - The Twenty-Fifth Day Of December   1962

Mavis Staples, Pervis Staples, Roebuck Staples, Yvonne Staples, vocal; accompanied by Maceo Woods, organ; Roebuck Staples, guitar; Al Duncan, drums.

Universal Recording, Chicago, IL, July 27 and 28, 1962

The Last Month Of The Year
XY143The Virgin Mary Had One Son
Go Tell It On The Mountain
Joy To The World
Holy Unto The Lord
The Savior Is Born
Sweet Little Jesus Boy
No Room At The Inn
XY144There Was A Star
Oh Little Town Of Bethlehem
Wasn't That A Mighty Day
Silent Night

** also released on Riverside RLP 93513 in 1962; Fantasy F-9442 in 1973. on Riverside RCD 30354 in 2007 as The 25th Day Of December.

RM 3514   Various Artists - Great Jazz Artists Play Compositions Of Richard Rodgers

Bobby Timmons, piano; Sam Jones, bass #1; Roy McCurdy, drums #1.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, June 18 and 19, 1962

1.The Sweetest Sounds
2.Home Cookin'

** also released on Riverside RS 93514.

RM 3515   Various Artists - Great Jazz Artists Play Compositions Of Cole Porter

no details.

** also released on Riverside RS 93515.

RM 3516   Various Artists - Great Jazz Artists Play Compositions Of Jerome Kern

Bobby Timmons, piano; Sam Jones, bass; Roy McCurdy, drums.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, June 18 and 19, 1962

Why Was I Born?

** also released on Riverside RS 93516.

RM 3517   Various Artists - Great Jazz Artists Play Compositions Of George Gershwin

no details.

** also released on Riverside RS 93517.

RM 3518   Various Artists - Great Jazz Artists Play Compositions Of Harold Arlen

Randy Weston, piano; Sam Gill, bass; Wilbert Hogan, drums.

Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, August 29 and 31, 1955

Get Happy

** also released on Riverside RS 93518.

RM 3519   Various Artists - Great Jazz Artists Play Compositions Of Irving Berlin

no details.

** also released on Riverside RS 93519.

RM 3520   Ray Barretto Orchestra - Latino!   1963

Ray Barretto, conga drums, bongos #2, timbales #6; "El Negro" Vivar, trumpet; Joe Canoura, flute; "Chombo" Silva, tenor sax; Mike Stancerone, violin; Alfredito Valdez Jr., piano; Ricky Jackson, bass; Ray Mantilla, timbales; Wito Kortwright, guido; Rudy Calzado, Willie Rodriguez, percussion.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, September 20, 1962

1.Carnaval (Theme From "Black Orpheus")
2.Sugar's Delight
3.Exodus
4.Descarga La Moderna
5.Summertime
6.El Negro Y Ray
7.Mira Que Linda
8.Cocinando Suave

** also released on Riverside RS 93520 in 1963.
** part of Fantasy F-24713 in 1973, FCD-24713-2 in 1993 as Carnaval.

RM 3521   Charlie Byrd, Mark Murphy - Everybody's Doin' The Bossa Nova

no details.

** also released on Riverside RS 93521.

RM 3522   no information

RM 3523   Mongo Santamaria Orchestra - Mongo Introduces La Lupe   1963

Mongo Santamaria, conga, bongo drums; with Marty Sheller, trumpet; "Chocolate" Armenteras, trumpet #5,6; Bobby Capers, Pat Patrick, flute, sax; Rene Hernandez, piano #1-3,5-8; Rodgers Grant, piano #4,9; Victor Venegas, bass; "Kako", Osvaldo Martinez, Frank Valerino, Latin percussion; La Lupe, vocal #1,3,5,7,8; and chorus, #1,3,5,7,8.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, December 17, 1962, and January 7 and 9, 1963

1.Besito Pa Ti
2.Kiniqua
3.Canta Bajo
4.Uncle Calypso
5.Montuneando
6.Que Lindas Son
7.Oye Este Guaganco
8.Este Mambo (This Is My Mambo)
9.Quiet Stroll

** also released on Riverside RS 93523 in 1963; Milestone MCD-9210-2 in 1993. on Fantasy F-9431 in 1973 as Mongo Santamaria's Afro-Latin Band Featuring La Lupe - Mongo Y La Lupe.

RM 3524   The Staple Singers - This Land   1963

Mavis Staples, Pervis Staples, Roebuck Staples, Yvonne Staples or Cleotha Staples, vocal; accompanied by Maceo Woods, organ; Roebuck Staples, guitar; Al Duncan, drums.

Universal Recording, Chicago, IL, July 28, 1962

RF-119Gamblin' Man
Let That Liar Alone

Mavis Staples, Pervis Staples, Roebuck Staples, Yvonne Staples or Cleotha Staples, vocal; accompanied by Roebuck Staples, guitar; Johnny Pate, bass; Phil Upchurch, electric bass; Al Duncan, drums.

Universal Recording, Chicago, IL, June 12 and 13, 1963

This Land
Old Time Religion
Blowin' In The Wind
Wish I Had Answered
Twelve Gates To The City
Didn't It Rain
Swing Down, Chariot!
Cottonfields
Motherless Children
A Better Home

** also released on Riverside RS 93524 in 1963.

RM 3525   Teri Thornton - Lullaby Of The Leaves   1964

Teri Thornton, vocal; accompanied by Clark Terry, trumpet; Britt Woodman, trombone; Earl Warren, alto sax; Selden Powell, tenor sax; Wynton Kelly, piano; Freddie Green, guitar #1,3,5,7,9,12; Sam Herman, guitar #2,4,6,8,10,11; Sam Jones, bass; Jimmy Cobb, drums; Norman Simmons, arranger, conductor.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, December 23, 1960, and January 10, 1961

1.Lullaby Of The Leaves
2.Devil May Care
3.Detour Ahead
4.The Song Is You
5.My Old Flame
6.What's Your Story, Morning Glory
7.Dancing In The Dark
8.Left Alone
9.Blue Champagne
10.I Feel A Song Comin' On
11.What's New?
12.Blue Skies

** originally released on Riverside RLP 352 in 1961 as Devil May Care.

RM 3526   no information

RM 3527   The Staple Singers - This Little Light   1965

Mavis Staples, Pervis Staples, Roebuck Staples, Yvonne Staples or Cleotha Staples, vocal; accompanied by Maceo Woods, organ; Roebuck Staples, guitar; Al Duncan, drums.

Universal Recording, Chicago, IL, July 28, 1962

RF-120Use What You Got
I Can't Help From Cryin' Sometimes

Mavis Staples, Pervis Staples, Roebuck Staples, Yvonne Staples or Cleotha Staples, vocal; accompanied by Roebuck Staples, guitar; Johnny Pate, bass; Phil Upchurch, electric bass; Al Duncan, drums.

Universal Recording, Chicago, IL, June 12 and 13, 1963

Let Jesus Lead You

Mavis Staples, Pervis Staples, Roebuck Staples, Yvonne Staples, vocal; accompanied by Roebuck Staples, guitar; Phil Upchurch, electric bass; Al Duncan, drums.

Universal Recording, Chicago, IL, January, 1964

This Little Light Of Mine
What Are They Doing
Hard Rain's Gonna Fall
You Got Shoes
Will The Lord Remember Me
My Dying Bed
Masters Of War
Prayin' Time

** also released on Riverside RS 93527 in 1965.

RM 3528   no information

RM 3529   Mongo At The Village Gate   1965

Marty Sheller, trumpet; Bobby Capers, Pat Patrick, flute, sax; Rodgers Grant, piano; Victor Venegas, bass; Frank Hernandez, drums; Mongo Santamaria, conga drums; plus Julian Cabrera, "Chihuahua" Martinez, Latin percussion.

"Village Gate", Greenwich Village, NY, September 2, 1963

Introduction By "Symphony Sid"
El Toro
Fatback
Mongo's Groove
Creole
The Jungle Bit
My Sound (conga drum solo)
The Morning After
Nothing For Nothing

** originally released on Battle BM 6129 in 1963.

RM 3530   The Mongo Santamaria Band Featuring Nat Adderley And Jimmy Cobb - Mongo Explodes   1966

Marty Sheller, trumpet; Bobby Capers, Pat Patrick, flute, sax; Rodgers Grant, piano; Victor Venegas, bass; Frank Hernandez, drums; Mongo Santamaria, conga drums; plus Julian Cabrera, "Chihuahua" Martinez, Latin percussion.: same session.

"Village Gate", Greenwich Village, NY, September 2, 1963

Para Ti

Nat Adderley, cornet #1,3,5; Marty Sheller, trumpet; Robert Capers, alto, baritone sax; Hubert Laws, tenor sax, flute, piccolo; Rodgers Grant, piano; Victor Venegas, bass; Ray Lucas as F. Lucas, drums #1,2,4,6; Jimmy Cobb, drums #3,5; Mongo Santamaria, congas, bongos; Carmelo Garcia, timbales; Wito Kortwright, guiro; Chihuahua Martinez, cowbell.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, spring 1964

1.Skins
2.Fatback
3.Hammer Head
4.Dot, Dot, Dot
5.Corn Bread Guajira
6.Dirty Willie

Marty Sheller, trumpet, cowbell #2; Robert Capers, alto, baritone sax; Rodgers Grant, piano; Victor Venegas, bass; Mongo Santamaria, congas, bongos; Carmelo Garcia, timbales, drums #2; Chihuahua Martinez, cowbell.

1.Sweet 'Tater Pie
2.Bembe Blue
3.Dulce Amor
4.Tacos

** also released on Riverside RS 93530 in 1966. on Riverside R-3008 in 1968, RS-3008 in 1968 as Mongo Santamaria - Explosion.

RM 3531   Ray Barretto Charanga Band - Barretto Para Bailar   1966

Ray Barretto, conga drums; Hector Rivera, composer; "Hec", arranger.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, June 1 and 2, 1961

Pachanga Oriental
Barretto En La Tumbadora
Cumbamba
El Paso
Linda Mulata
Oye Heck
Los Cueros
Pachanga Suavecito
Ponte Dura
Pachanga Para Bailar

** originally released on Riverside RLP 7506 in 1961 as Ray Barretto And His Charanga Orchestra - Pachanga With Barretto.