Riverside Records Catalog: 400 series

Riverside Contemporary 400 series (12 inch LP)

RLP 401   Lil Hardin Armstrong And Her Orchestra - Chicago-The Living Legends   1962

Bill Martin, Roi Nabors, trumpet; Eddie Smith, trumpet #1-6; Preston Jackson, Al Wynn, trombone; Darnell Howard, Franz Jackson, clarinet; Lil Hardin Armstrong, piano, vocal #7; Pops Foster, bass; Booker Washington, drums.

The Birdhouse, Chicago, IL, September 7, 1961

1. 365Red Arrow Blues
2. 366Bugle Blues
3. 367Basin Street Blues
4. 368Muskrat Ramble
5. 369Royal Garden Blues
6. 370Eastown Boogie
7. 371Clip Joint

Lil Hardin Armstrong, piano; Booker Washington, drums.

374Boogie Me

** also released on Riverside RLP 9401 in 1962; Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-1823-2 in 1993.

RLP 402   The Blues Piano Artistry Of Meade Lux Lewis   1962

Meade Lux Lewis, piano, celeste.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, November 1, 1961

405Rough Seas
406Hammer Chatter
407Frompy Stomp
408You Were Meant For Me
409Breezing At The Celeste
410Celeste Bounce
411Madame Vod's Celeste Blues
412C-Jam Blues
413Fate
415Bear Trap Stomp

** also released on Riverside RLP 9402 in 1962; Original Jazz Classics OJC-1759 in 1991, OJCCD-1759-2 in 1991.

RLP 403   South Side Blues Featuring Mama Yancey And Little Brother Montgomery - Chicago-The Living Legends   1962

Little Brother Montgomery, piano; with Ted Butterman, cornet; Bob Gordon, clarinet; Rufus Brown, tenor sax; Mike McKendrick, banjo.

The Birdhouse, Chicago, IL, September 6, 1961

344-1New Satellite Blues

Mama Yancey, vocal; accompanied by Little Brother Montgomery, piano; Sam Hill, guitar; Pops Foster, bass; Earl Watkins, drums.

The Birdhouse, Chicago, IL, September 8, 1961

389How Long Blues
390Four O'Clock Blues
391Make Me A Pallet On The Floor
392Mama Yancey's Blues

Henry Benson, vocal, harmonica; accompanied by Little Brother Montgomery, piano; Walter Vinson (Mississippi Sheik), guitar; Pops Foster, bass; Earl Watkins, drums.

394Jelly Jelly
395Jelly Roll Baker

Walter Vinson (Mississippi Sheik), vocal, guitar; accompanied by Jesse Coleman (Monkey Joe), piano; Sam Hill, guitar; Pops Foster, bass; Earl Watkins, drums.

396A Wonderful Thing
397Things 'Bout Comin' My Way
398I Knew You Were Kiddin' All The Time

** also released on Riverside RLP 9403 in 1962; Original Blues Classics OBC-508 in 1984, OBCCD-508-2 in 1993.

RLP 404   The Cannonball Adderley Sextet In New York   1962

Nat Adderley, cornet; Julian "Cannonball" Adderley, alto sax; Yusef Lateef, tenor sax, flute, oboe; Joe Zawinul, piano; Sam Jones, bass; Louis Hayes, drums.

"Village Vanguard", NYC, January 12 and 14, 1962

Introduction--By Cannonball
Gemini
Planet Earth
Dizzy's Business
Syn-anthesia
Scotch And Water
Cannon's Theme

** also released on Riverside RLP 9404 in 1962; Original Jazz Classics OJC-142 in 1984, OJCCD-142-2 in 1987.
** part of Milestone M-47039 in 1977 as "Coast To Coast".

RLP 405   The Jazz Brothers Featuring Chuck Mangione, Gap Mangione, Sal Nistico - Spring Fever   1962

Chuck Mangione, trumpet; Sal Nistico, tenor sax; Gap Mangione, piano; Frank Pullara, bass; Vinnie Ruggieri, drums.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, November 28, 1961

First Waltz
What's New?
Spring Fever
Brooks' Brothers
Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise
Not Too Serious

** also released on Riverside RLP 9405 in 1962. on Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-767-2 in 1992 as "Chuck And Gap Mangione - Spring Fever".

RLP 406   Franz Jackson's Original Jass All-Stars Featuring Bob Shoffner - Chicago-The Living Legends   1962

Bob Shoffner, trumpet; John Thomas, trombone; Franz Jackson, clarinet, vocal #4; Rozelle Claxton, piano; Lawrence Dixon, banjo; Bill Oldham, tuba; Bill Curry, drums.

The Birdhouse, Chicago, IL, September 5, 1961

1. 332Shimme-Sha-Wabble
2. 333Riverside Blues
3. 335Blue Thursday
4. 337Sister Kate
5. 338Colonel Bogey March
6. 339Yellow Dog Blues
7. 341Bugle Blues
8. 342King Porter Stomp

** also released on Riverside RLP 9406 in 1962; Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-1824-2 in 1993.

RLP 407   Milt Jackson And Wes Montgomery - Bags Meets Wes!   1962

Milt Jackson, vibes; Wynton Kelly, piano; Wes Montgomery, guitar; Sam Jones, bass; Philly Joe Jones, drums.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, December 18 and 19, 1961

"S.K.J."
Stablemates (take 4)
Stairway To The Stars (take 3)
Blue Roz
Sam Sack
Jingles (take 9)
Delilah (take 4)

** also released on Riverside RLP 9407 in 1962; Original Jazz Classics OJC-234 in 1986, OJCCD-234-2 in 1987; Riverside RCD-30502 in 2008.
** part of Milestone M-47013 in 1973 as "Wes Montgomery, Milt Jackson, George Shearing - Wes And Friends".

RLP 408   Elmo Hope Solo Piano And Duo Piano With Bertha Hope - Hope-full   1962

Elmo Hope, piano; Bertha Hope, piano #2,5,7.

Bell Sound Studios, NYC, November 9 and 14, 1961

1.Underneath
2.Yesterdays
3.When Johnny Comes Marching Home
4.Most Beautiful
5.Blues Left And Right
6.Liza
7.My Heart Stood Still
8.Moonbeams

** also released on Riverside RLP 9408 in 1962; Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-1872-2 in 1995.

RLP 409   ELVIN!   1962

Thad Jones, cornet #1-3,5,7; Frank Wess, flute #1-3,5,7; Frank Foster, tenor sax #1-3,5; Hank Jones, piano; Art Davis, bass; Elvin Jones, drums.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, July 11, and December 27, 1961, and January 3, 1962

1.Lady Luck
2.Buzz-at
3.Shadowland
4.Pretty Brown
5.Ray-El
6.Four And Six
7.You Are Too Beautiful

** also released on Riverside RLP 9409 in 1962; Original Jazz Classics OJC-259 in 1986, OJCCD-259-2 in 1995.

RLP 410   Little Brother Montgomery - Piano, Vocal And Band Blues: Chicago-The Living Legends   1962

Little Brother Montgomery, piano, vocal #2-4,7,8; with Ted Butterman, cornet #1-3,7,8,10; Bob Gordon, clarinet #1-3,7; Rufus Brown, tenor sax #1; Mike McKendrick, banjo #1-3,9,10; Elaine McFarland, vocal #10.

The Birdhouse, Chicago, IL, September 6, 1961

1. 343Saturday Night Function
2. 347Up The Country Blues
3. 348Michigan Water Blues
4. 349Prescription For The Blues
5. 350Home Again Blues
6. 351Riverside Boogie
7. 352Trouble In Mind
8. 353Somethin' Keep Worryin' Me Blues
9. 354Sweet Daddy (Your Mama's Done Gone Mad)
10. 355Oh, Daddy
11. 35644 Vicksburg

** also released on Riverside RLP 9410 in 1962; Original Blues Classics OBC-525 in 1987, OBCCD-525-2 in 1993.

RLP 411   The Voice Of Eddie Jefferson - Letter From Home   1962

Eddie Jefferson, voice; accompanied by Ernie Royal, trumpet #1,2,4,6,7,9; Clark Terry, trumpet #1,7,9; Joe Newman, trumpet #2,4,6; Jimmy Cleveland, trombone #1,2,4,6,7,9; James Moody, alto sax, flute #1,2,4,6,7,9; Johnny Griffin, tenor sax; Arthur Clarke, baritone sax #1,2,4,6,7,9; Joe Zawinul, piano #1,7,9; Wynton Kelly, piano #2,4,6; Junior Mance, piano #3,5,8,10; Barry Galbraith, guitar; Sam Jones, bass; Osie Johnson, drums #1,2,4,6,7,9; Louis Hayes, drums #3,5,8,10; Ernie Wilkins, arranger, conductor.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, December, 1961, and January-February, 1962

1.Letter From Home
2.Take The "A" Train
3.Billie's Bounce (take 4)
4.Back In Town
5.Soft And Furry
6.A Night In Tunisia
7.Things Are Getting Better
8.Keep Walkin' (take 4)
9.I Feel So Good
10.Bless My Soul (Parker's Mood)

** also released on Riverside RLP 9411 in 1962; Original Jazz Classics OJC-307 in 1987, OJCCD-307-2 in 1987.

RLP 412   George Russell Septet - The Stratus Seekers   1962

Don Ellis, trumpet; Dave Baker, trombone; John Pierce, alto sax; Paul Plummer, tenor sax; George Russell, piano; Stephen Swallow, bass; Joe Hunt, drums.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, January 31, 1962

Pan-Daddy
The Stratus Seekers
Kige's Tune
Blues In Orbit
A Lonely Place
Stereophrenic

** also released on Riverside RLP 9412 in 1962; Original Jazz Classics OJC-365 in 1989, OJCCD-365-2 in 1989.

RLP 413   Barry Harris Quintet - Newer Than New   1962

Lonnie Hillyer, trumpet; Charles McPherson, alto sax; Barry Harris, piano; Ernie Farrow, bass; Clifford Jarvis, drums.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, September 28, 1961

Mucho Dinero
Easy To Love
Burgundy
The Last One
Anthropology
I Didn't Know What Time It Was
Make Haste
Nightingale

** also released on Riverside RLP 9413 in 1962; Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-1062-2 in 2001.

RLP 414   Blue Mitchell And Orchestra - A Sure Thing   1962

Blue Mitchell, trumpet; Clark Terry, trumpet #1-6; Julius Watkins, French horn #1-6; Jerome Richardson, alto sax, flute #1-6; Jimmy Heath, tenor sax; Pat Patrick, baritone sax #1,6; Pepper Adams, baritone sax #2-5; Wynton Kelly, piano; Sam Jones, bass; Albert Heath, drums; Jimmy Heath, arranger #1-6.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, March 7, 8 and 28, 1962

1.West Coast Blues
2.I Can't Get Started With You
3.Blue On Blue
4.A Sure Thing
5.Hootie Blues
6.Hip To It
7.Gone With The Wind

** also released on Riverside RLP 9414 in 1962; Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-837-2 in 1994.

RLP 415   Junie C. Cobb And His New Hometown Band - Chicago-The Living Legends   1962

Fortunatus "Fip" Ricard, trumpet; Harlen "Booby" Floyd, trombone; Leon Washington, clarinet, tenor sax; Junie C. Cobb, piano, vocal #2; Ikey "Banjo Ike" Robinson, banjo; Walter "Chippy" Hill or Walter "Chippy" Cole, bass; Red Saunders, drums; Annabelle Calhoun, vocal #1,2,5,8.

The Birdhouse, Chicago, IL, September 8, 1961

1. 376I'm Gonna Have You
2. 377Just Because Of You
3. 378Be Mine
4. 379Once Or Twice
5. 380Belligerent Blues
6. 381Mister Blues
7. 382Swing Your Hurdy-Gurdy
8. 383Just Squeeze Me

** also released on Riverside RLP 9415 in 1962; Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-1825-2 in 1993.

RLP 416   Cannonball Adderley Greatest Hits   1962

Julian 'Cannonball' Adderley, alto sax; Milt Jackson, vibes; Wynton Kelly, piano; Percy Heath, bass; Art Blakey, drums.

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC, October 28, 1958

Things Are Getting Better

Nat Adderley, cornet; Julian "Cannonball" Adderley, alto sax; Bobby Timmons, piano; Sam Jones, bass; Louis Hayes, drums.

"The Jazz Workshop", San Francisco, CA, October 18 and 20, 1959

This Here

Nat Adderley, cornet; Julian "Cannonball" Adderley, alto sax; Barry Harris, piano; Sam Jones, bass; Louis Hayes, drums.

Ter-Mar Recording Studios, Chicago, IL, March 29, 1960

Work Song (take 4)
Jeannine

Nat Adderley, cornet; Julian "Cannonball" Adderley, alto sax; Victor Feldman, piano; Sam Jones, bass; Louis Hayes, drums.

"The Lighthouse", Hermosa Beach, CA, October 16, 1960

Sack O' Woe

Nat Adderley, Joe Newman, Ernie Royal, Clark Terry, trumpet; Jimmy Cleveland, Paul Faulise, George Matthews, Arnett Sparrow, 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; Michael Olatunji, African drums; Ernie Wilkins, conductor; Ernie Wilkins, arranger.

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

African Waltz

Nat Adderley, cornet; Julian "Cannonball" Adderley, alto sax; Yusef Lateef, tenor sax, flute, oboe; Joe Zawinul, piano; Sam Jones, bass; Louis Hayes, drums.

"Village Vanguard", NYC, January 12 and 14, 1962

Gemini

** also released on Riverside RLP 9416 in 1962.

RLP 417   Odetta And The Blues   1962

Odetta, vocal; accompanied by Buck Clayton, trumpet; Vic Dickenson, trombone; Herb Hall, clarinet; Dick Wellstood, piano; Ahmed Abdul-Malik, bass; "Shep" Shepherd, drums; Dick Wellstood, arranger.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, April 11 and 12, 1962

Hard, Oh Lord
Believe I'll Go
Oh, Papa
How Long Blues
Hogan's Alley
Leavin' This Mornin'
Oh, My Babe
Yonder Come The Blues
Make Me A Pallet On Your Floor
Weeping Willow Blues
Go Down, Sunshine
Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out

** also released on Riverside RLP 9417 in 1962; Original Blues Classics OBC-509 in 1984, OBCCD-509-2 in 1991. on Riverside R-3007 in 1968, RS-3007 in 1968 as "Odetta Sings The Blues".

RLP 418   Alberta Hunter With Lovie Austin's Blues Serenaders - Chicago-The Living Legends   1962

Alberta Hunter, vocal; Jimmy Archey, trombone; Darnell Howard, clarinet; Lovie Austin, piano; Pops Foster, bass; Jasper Taylor, drums.

Prince Hall Masonic Temple, Chicago, IL, September 1, 1961

312Downhearted Blues
313Moanin' Low
314You Better Change
315Now I'm Satisfied
316I Will Always Be In Love With You
317Streets Paved With Gold
318St. Louis Blues

Jimmy Archey, trombone; Darnell Howard, clarinet; Lovie Austin, piano; Pops Foster, bass; Jasper Taylor, drums.

320Gallion Stomp
321C-Jam Blues
322Sweet Georgia Brown

** also released on Riverside RLP 9418 in 1962; Original Blues Classics OBC-510 in 1984, OBCCD-510-2 in 1991.

RLP 419   Tadd Dameron And His Orchestra - The Magic Touch   1962

Ernie Royal, Clark Terry, Joe Wilder, trumpet; Jimmy Cleveland, Britt Woodman, trombone; Julius Watkins, French horn; Jerry Dodgion, Leo Wright, alto sax, flute; Johnny Griffin, tenor sax; Jerome Richardson, tenor sax, flute; Tate Houston, baritone sax; Bill Evans, piano; George Duvivier, bass; Philly Joe Jones, drums; Tadd Dameron, arranger, conductor.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, February, March and April, 1962

Our Delight
Dial B For Beauty
Bevan's Birthday

Charlie Shavers, trumpet; Ron Carter, bass; replaces Wilder, Duvivier.

On A Misty Night
Fontainebleau
Swift As The Wind

Clark Terry, trumpet; Jimmy Cleveland, trombone; Jerry Dodgion, alto sax, flute; Johnny Griffin, tenor sax; Jerome Richardson, tenor sax, flute; Tate Houston, baritone sax; Bill Evans, piano; Ron Carter, bass; Philly Joe Jones, drums; Barbara Winfield, vocal; Tadd Dameron, arranger, conductor.

Just Plain Talkin'
If You Could See Me Now
Look, Stop And Listen
You're A Joy

** also released on Riverside RLP 9419 in 1962; Original Jazz Classics OJC-143 in 1984, OJCCD-143-2 in 1992.

RLP 420   Johnny Griffin Quartet - The Kerry Dancers   1962

Johnny Griffin, tenor sax; Barry Harris, piano; Ron Carter, bass; Ben Riley, drums.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, December 21, 1961, and January 5, 1962

The Kerry Dancers
Black Is The Color Of My True Love's Hair
Green Grow The Rushes
The Londonderry Air
25 1/2 Daze
Oh, Now I See
Hush-a-Bye
Ballad For Monsieur

** also released on Riverside RLP 9420 in 1962; Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-1952-2 in 2001?.

RLP 421   Thelonious Monk Greatest Hits   1962

Ernie Henry, alto sax; Sonny Rollins, tenor sax; Thelonious Monk, piano; Oscar Pettiford, bass; Max Roach, drums.

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC, October 15, 1956

Brilliant Corners

Ray Copeland, trumpet #2; Gigi Gryce, alto sax #2; Coleman Hawkins, tenor sax; John Coltrane, tenor sax #2; Thelonious Monk, piano; Wilbur Ware, bass; Art Blakey, drums.

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC, June 25 and 26, 1957

1.Ruby, My Dear
2.Off Minor (take 5)

Gerry Mulligan, baritone sax; Thelonious Monk, piano; Wilbur Ware, bass; Shadow Wilson, drums.

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC, August 12 and 13, 1957

'Round Midnight

Donald Byrd, trumpet; Eddie Bert, trombone; Robert Northern, French horn; Jay McAllister, tuba; Phil Woods, alto sax; Charlie Rouse, tenor sax; Pepper Adams, baritone sax; Thelonious Monk, piano; Sam Jones, bass; Art Taylor, drums; Thelonious Monk, composer; Thelonious Monk, Hall Overton, arranger.

"Town Hall", NYC, February 28, 1959

Little Rootie Tootie

Thad Jones, cornet; Charlie Rouse, tenor sax; Thelonious Monk, piano; Sam Jones, bass; Art Taylor, drums.

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC, June 1 and 2, 1959

Jackie-ing

** also released on Riverside RLP 9421 in 1962.

RLP 422   Bobby Timmons - Sweet And Soulful Sounds   1962

Bobby Timmons, piano; Sam Jones, bass #1,2,4-6,8; Roy McCurdy, drums #1,2,4-6,8.

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

1.The Sweetest Sounds
2.Turn Left
3.God Bless The Child
4.You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To
5.Another Live One
6.Alone Together
7.Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most
8.Why Was I Born?

** also released on Riverside RLP 9422 in 1962; Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-928-2 in 1997.

RLP 423   Mongo Santamaria And His Afro-Latin Group - Go, Mongo!   1962

Paul Serrano, trumpet; Al Abreu, tenor sax, flute; Pat Patrick, sax, flute; Chick Corea as Armando Corea, piano; Jose De Paulo, guitar, Latin percussion; Victor Venegas, bass; Mongo Santamaria, conga drums, bongos #5,7; Julio Collazo, timbales; "To-Tiko", Latin percussion; Carmen Costa, vocal #1; Elliot Romero, vocal #3; Marcellino Guerra, vocal #3,6; and chorus, #1,6.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, July 9 and 11, 1962

1. RF-121Tumba Le Le (samba)
2.Happy Now (mambo-jazz)
3.Country Song (Guajiro)
4.Congo Blue
5.Carmela (mambo)
6.Hombre (Pega-Palo) (mambo)
7.Chombolero (bolero)
8.Not Hardly (cha-cha)
9.African Song

** also released on Riverside RLP 9423 in 1962.
** part of Milestone M-47038 in 1976 as "Skins".

RLP 424   The "J.F.K." Quintet - Young Ideas   1962

Ray Codrington, trumpet; Andy White, alto sax; Harry Killgo, piano; Walter Booker Jr., bass; Carl "Mickey" Newman, drums.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, December 4, 1961

"S.D.D.S."
Alone Together
It Could Happen To You
Nikki Poo
Coltrane Lane
Golden Earrings
Django

** also released on Riverside RLP 9424 in 1962.

RLP 425   The Voice Of Billie Poole - Sermonette   1962

Billie Poole, voice; accompanied by an orchestra, Jimmy Jones, conductor; Budd Johnson, arranger; Jimmy Jones, associate arranger.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, spring 1962

Drown In My Own Tears
Lazy Afternoon
Sometimes I'm Happy
Rocks In My Bed
A Sunday Kind Of Love
When You're Smilin'
This Can't Be Love
Sermonette
Time After Time
Young Woman's Blues
I Could Have Danced All Night
He's My Guy

** also released on Riverside RLP 9425 in 1962.

RLP 426   Albert Wynn And His Gutbucket Seven - Chicago-The Living Legends   1962

Bill Martin, trumpet, vocal #3,4; Al Wynn, trombone; Darnell Howard, clarinet; Bus Moten, piano #1-4,8; Blind John Davis, piano #5-7, vocal #5,6; Mike McKendrick, guitar; Robert Wilson, bass; Booker Washington, drums.

The Birdhouse, Chicago, IL, September 5, 1961

1. 323Bourbon Street
2. 324Nobody's Sweetheart
3. 325In The Evening
4. 326Ice Cream
5. 327Honey
6. 328How Long Blues
7. 329The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise
8. 330Someday Sweetheart

** also released on Riverside RLP 9426 in 1962; Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-1826-2 in 1993.

RLP 427   Charlie Byrd - Latin Impressions   1962

Charlie Byrd, unamplified guitar, tiple; with Gene Byrd, unamplified guitar, bass #1,3,5-7,10; Keter Betts, bass #1,3,5-7,10; Bill Reichenbach, drums #1,3,5-7,10.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, May, 1962

1.The Duck (O Pato)
2.Amor Flamenco
3.Azul Tiple
4.Cancion Di Argentina (Argentine Folksong)
5.Carnaval (Theme From "Black Orpheus")
6.Homage A Villa Lobos
7.Bogota
8.Mexican Song No. 2
9.Mexican Song No. 1
10.Samba De Uma Nota So
11.Galopera (Acualero Asuncena)
12.Vals (Opus 8, No. 4)

** also released on Riverside RLP 9427 in 1962. on Riverside RM 427 in 1963, RS 9427 in 1963 as "Latin Impressions: Bossa Nova".

RLP 428   The Bill Evans Trio - Moon Beams   1962

Bill Evans, piano; Chuck Israels, bass; Paul Motian, drums.

Sound Makers, Inc., NYC, May 17, 1962

If You Could See Me Now

same personnel.

Sound Makers, Inc., NYC, May 29, 1962

Re: Person I Knew
Very Early

same personnel.

Sound Makers, Inc., NYC, June 2, 1962

Polka Dots And Moonbeams
I Fall In Love Too Easily
Stairway To The Stars
It Might As Well Be Spring
In Love In Vain

** also released on Riverside RLP 9428 in 1962; Original Jazz Classics OJC-434 in 1990, OJCCD-434-2 in 1990, OJC-33718 in 2012. on Riverside R-3001 in 1967, RS-3001 in 1967 as "Polka Dots And Moonbeams".
** part of Milestone M-47046 in 1977 as "The Second Trio".

RLP 429   Milt Jackson Orchestra - Big Bags   1962

Milt Jackson, vibraharp; with Nat Adderley, Bernie Glow, Ernie Royal, Clark Terry, trumpet; Jimmy Cleveland, Paul Faulise, Melba Liston, trombone; George Dorsey, Jerome Richardson, alto sax; Jimmy Heath, tenor sax; James Moody, tenor sax, flute; Arthur Clarke, baritone sax; Hank Jones, piano; Ron Carter, bass; Philly Joe Jones, drums; Ernie Wilkins, arranger, conductor.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, June 19 and 20, and July 5, 1962

Old Devil Moon
You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To
Later Than You Think

Milt Jackson, vibraharp; with Dave Burns, Doc Severinsen as Doc Severenson, Clark Terry, trumpet; Jimmy Cleveland, Melba Liston, trombone; Willie Ruff, French horn; George Dorsey, James Moody, alto sax, flute; Jimmy Heath, tenor sax; Jerome Richardson, tenor sax, flute; Tate Houston, baritone sax; Hank Jones, piano; Ron Carter, bass; Connie Kay, drums; Tadd Dameron, arranger, conductor.

'Round Midnight (take 2)
The Dream Is You
If You Could See Me Now

Milt Jackson, vibraharp; with Ernie Royal, Clark Terry, Snooky Young, trumpet; Melba Liston, Tom McIntosh, trombone; Willie Ruff, French horn; James Moody, Earl Warren, alto sax, flute; Jimmy Heath, tenor sax; Jerome Richardson, tenor sax, flute; Tate Houston, baritone sax; Hank Jones, piano; Ron Carter, bass; Connie Kay, drums; Tadd Dameron, arranger, conductor #1,4; Ernie Wilkins, arranger, conductor #2,3.

1.Echoes
2.Star Eyes (take 5)
3.Namesake
4.If I Should Lose You

** also released on Riverside RLP 9429 in 1962; Original Jazz Classics OJC-366 in 1989, OJCCD-366-2 in 1989.
** part of Milestone MSP-47006 in 1973 as "Big Band Bags".

RLP 430   "Sweets" Edison And "Lockjaw" Davis - Jawbreakers   1962

Harry Edison, trumpet; Eddie Davis, tenor sax; Hugh Lawson, piano; Ike Isaac, bass; Clarence Johnston, drums.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, April 18, 1962

Oo-ee!
Broadway
Jawbreakers
Four
Moolah
A Gal In Calico
I've Got A Crush On You
Close Your Eyes

** also released on Riverside RLP 9430 in 1962; Original Jazz Classics OJC-487 in 1990, OJCCD-487-2 in 1990.

RLP 431   Don Friedman Trio - Circle Waltz   1962

Don Friedman, piano; Chuck Israels, bass #1-5,7; Pete La Roca, drums #1-5,7.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, May 14, 1962

1.Circle Waltz
2.Sea's Breeze
3.I Hear A Rhapsody
4.In Your Own Sweet Way
5.Loves Parting
6.So In Love
7.Modes Pivoting

** also released on Riverside RLP 9431 in 1962; Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-1885-2 in 1996.

RLP 432   Sam Jones & Co. - Down Home   1962

Blue Mitchell, Snooky Young, trumpet; Jimmy Cleveland, trombone; Frank Strozier, alto sax; Jimmy Heath, tenor sax; Pat Patrick, baritone sax, flute; Joe Zawinul, piano; Sam Jones, bass; Ben Riley, drums; Ernie Wilkins, arranger, conductor.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, June 25, and August 15, 1962

Unit 7
Thumbstring

Blue Mitchell, Clark Terry, trumpet; Jimmy Cleveland, trombone; Frank Strozier, alto sax; Jimmy Heath, tenor sax; Pat Patrick, baritone sax, flute; Wynton Kelly, piano; Ron Carter, Sam Jones, bass; Ben Riley, drums; Ernie Wilkins, arranger, conductor.

Come Rain Or Come Shine
Strollin'

Les Spann, flute; Joe Zawinul, piano; Sam Jones, cello; Israel Crosby, bass; Vernel Fournier, drums.

'Round Midnight
"O.P."
Falling In Love With Love

Frank Strozier, flute; Joe Zawinul, piano; Sam Jones, cello; Ron Carter, bass; Ben Riley, drums.

Down Home

** also released on Riverside RLP 9432 in 1962; Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-1864-2 in 1995.

RLP 433   Cannonball Adderley With Bill Evans - Know What I Mean?   1962

Julian "Cannonball" Adderley, alto sax; Bill Evans, piano; Percy Heath, bass; Connie Kay, drums.

Bell Sound Studios, NYC, January 27, 1961

Goodbye
Who Cares? (take 5)
Nancy (With The Laughing Face)

same personnel.

Bell Sound Studios, NYC, February 21, 1961

Toy (take 10)
Elsa

same personnel.

Bell Sound Studios, NYC, March 13, 1961

Waltz For Debby
Venice
Know What I Mean? (re-take 7)

** also released on Riverside RLP 9433 in 1962; Original Jazz Classics OJC-105 in 1984, OJCCD-105-2 in 1987, OJC-32691-02 in 2011.
** part of Milestone M-47053 in 1979 as "Cannonball Adderley - What I Mean".

RLP 434   Wes Montgomery - Full House   1962

Johnny Griffin, tenor sax #1,3-6; Wynton Kelly, piano #1,3-6; Wes Montgomery, guitar; Paul Chambers, bass; Jimmy Cobb, drums.

"Tsubo", Berkeley, CA, June 25, 1962

1.Full House
2.I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face
3.Blue 'N' Boogie
4.Cariba (take 2)
5.Come Rain Or Come Shine (take 2)
6.S.O.S. (take 3)

** also released on Riverside RLP 9434 in 1962; Original Jazz Classics OJC-106 in 1984, OJCCD-106-2 in 1987; Riverside RCD-30129-2 in 2007.
** part of Milestone M-47040 in 1977 as "Movin'".

RLP 435   Barry Harris Trio - Chasin' The Bird   1962

Barry Harris, piano; Bob Cranshaw, bass; Clifford Jarvis, drums.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, May, 1962

Chasin' The Bird
The Breeze And I
Around The Corner
Just As Though You Were Here
Indiana
Stay Right With It
'Round Midnight
Bish, Bash, Bosh
The Way You Look Tonight

** also released on Riverside RLP 9435 in 1962; Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-872-2 in 1996.

RM 436   Charlie Byrd - Bossa Nova Pelos Passaros   1962

Charlie Byrd, unamplified guitar; Keter Betts, bass; Bill Reichenbach, drums.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, September 28, and October 1, 1962

Un Abraco Do Bonfa (A Salute To Bonfa)
Coisa Mais Linda (A Most Beautiful Thing)
Desafinado (Slightly Out Of Tune)
Bim Bom
Ela Me Deixou (She Has Gone)

Charlie Byrd, unamplified guitar; Keter Betts, bass; Bill Reichenbach, drums; plus strings, Walter Raim, arranger, conductor.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, September 28, and October 5, 1962

Yvone
Meditacao (Meditation)
O Barquinho (Little Boat)
Samba Triste

Charlie Byrd, unamplified guitar; Keter Betts, bass; Bill Reichenbach, drums; plus Earl Swope, trombone; Charlie Hampton, flute, alto sax; Gene Byrd, guitar; Willie Rodriguez, Latin percussion.

Voce E Eu (You And I)
Ho-Ba-La-La
O Passaro (The Bird)

** also released on Riverside RLP 9436 in 1962, RS 9436 in 1962; Original Jazz Classics OJC-107 in 1984, OJCCD-107-2 in 1992.

RM 437   Johnny Griffin - Grab This!   1962

Johnny Griffin, tenor sax; Paul Bryant, organ; Joe Pass, guitar; Jimmy Bond, bass; Doug Sides, drums.

Pacific Jazz Studios, Los Angeles, CA, June 28, 1962

Grab This!
63rd Street Theme
Don't Get Around Much Any More
Offering Time
These Foolish Things
Cherry Float

** also released on Riverside RS 9437 in 1962; Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-1941-2 in 2000.

RM 438   Art Blakey Jazz Messengers - Caravan   1962

Freddie Hubbard, trumpet; Curtis Fuller, trombone; Wayne Shorter, tenor sax; Cedar Walton, piano; Reggie Workman, bass; Art Blakey, drums.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, October 23 and 24, 1962

Caravan
Sweet 'N' Sour
In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning
This Is For Albert
Skylark
Thermo

** also released on Riverside RS 9438 in 1962; Original Jazz Classics OJC-038 in 1982, OJCCD-038-2 in 1987; Riverside RCD-30187 in 2007.

RM 439   Blue Mitchell - The Cup Bearers   1962

Blue Mitchell, trumpet; Junior Cook, tenor sax; Cedar Walton, piano; Gene Taylor, bass; Roy Brooks, drums.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, August 28 and 30, 1962

Turquoise
Why Do I Love You?
Dingbat Blues
Capers
Cup Bearers
How Deep Is The Ocean?
Tiger Lily

** also released on Riverside RS 9439 in 1962; Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-797-2 in 1993.

RM 440   George Russell - The Outer View   1962

Don Ellis, trumpet; Garnett Brown, trombone; Paul Plummer, tenor sax; George Russell, piano; Steve Swallow, bass; Pete La Roca, drums; Sheila Jordan, vocal #4.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, August 27, 1962

1.Au Privave
2.Zig-Zag
3.The Outer View
4.You Are My Sunshine
5.D.C. Divertimento

** also released on Riverside RS 9440 in 1962, R-3016 in 1968, RS-3016 in 1968; Original Jazz Classics OJC-616 in 1991, OJCCD-616-2 in 1991.

RM 441   Mark Murphy - That's How I Love The Blues!   1963

Mark Murphy, vocal; accompanied by Clark Terry or Snooky Young, Nick Travis, trumpet; Roger Kellaway, piano; Bernie Leighton or Dick Hyman, organ; Jim Hall, guitar; Ben Tucker, bass; Dave Bailey, drums; Willie Rodriguez, congas, tambourine; Al Cohn, arranger, conductor.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, October 1, and December 26 and 28, 1962

Going To Chicago Blues
Senor Blues
That's How I Love The Blues
Jelly Jelly Blues
Blues In My Heart
Fiesta In Blue
Rusty Dusty Blues
Blues In The Night
The Meaning Of The Blues
Everybody's Crazy 'Bout The Doggone Blues
Blues, You're The Mother Of Sin
Wee Baby Blues

** also released on Riverside RS 9441 in 1963; Original Jazz Classics OJC-367 in 1989, OJCCD-367-2 in 1989.

RM 442   Johnny "Hammond" Smith Trio Plus Seldon Powell - Black Coffee   1963

Johnny "Hammond" Smith, organ; Eddie McFadden, guitar; Leo Stevens, drums; plus Selden Powell, tenor sax #1,3,5-7.

"Monterey Club", New Haven, CT, November 8, 1962

1.Black Coffee
2.Monterey Theme
3.I Remember Clifford
4.Far Away Places
5.Rufus Toofus
6.Body And Soul
7.He's A Real Gone Guy

** also released on Riverside RS 9442 in 1963.
** part of Milestone MCD-47072-2 in 1997 as "Johnny "Hammond" Smith - Black Coffee".

RM 443   Thelonious Monk In Italy   1965

Charlie Rouse, tenor sax #2-8; Thelonious Monk, piano; John Ore, bass #2-8; Frankie Dunlop, drums #2-8.

"Teatro Lirico", Milan, Italy, April 21, 1961

1.Body And Soul
2.Milan introduction and...Jackie-ing (#2)
3.Straight No Chaser
4.Bemsha Swing
5.San Francisco Holiday (Worry Later)
6.Rhythm-a-ning (#2)
7.Crepescule With Nellie
8.Epistrophy (closing theme)

** also released on Riverside RS 9443 in 1965; Original Jazz Classics OJC-488 in 1990, OJCCD-488-2 in 1990.

RM 444   Cannonball Adderley Sextet - Jazz Workshop Revisited   1963

Nat Adderley, cornet; Yusef Lateef, flute, tenor sax; Julian "Cannonball" Adderley, alto sax; Joe Zawinul, piano; Sam Jones, bass; Louis Hayes, drums.

"The Jazz Workshop", San Francisco, CA, September 22 and 23, 1962

An opening comment or two by Cannonball...
Primitivo
Jessica's Birthday
Marney
Another few words...
The Jive Samba
Lillie
Mellow Buno
Time to go now...really!

** also released on Riverside RS 9444 in 1963. on Landmark LCD-1303-2 in 1987 as "The Cannonball Adderley Collection Volume 3 - Jazz Workshop Revisited".

RM 445   Bill Evans - Interplay   1963

Freddie Hubbard, trumpet; Bill Evans, piano; Jim Hall, guitar; Percy Heath, bass; Philly Joe Jones, drums.

Nola Penthouse Sound Studios, NYC, July 16 and 17, 1962

You And The Night And The Music
When You Wish Upon A Star
I'll Never Smile Again (take 7)
Interplay
You Go To My Head
Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams

** also released on Riverside RS 9445 in 1963; Original Jazz Classics OJC-308 in 1987, OJCCD-308-2 in 1987.
** part of Milestone M-47066 in 1982 as "The "Interplay" Sessions".

RM 446   Milt Jackson Sextet - Invitation   1963

Kenny Dorham, trumpet #1-5,7,8; Virgil Jones, trumpet #2,5; Jimmy Heath, tenor sax #1,3,4,6-8; Milt Jackson, vibraharp; Tommy Flanagan, piano; Ron Carter, bass; Connie Kay, drums.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, August 30, October 31, and November 7, 1962

1.Invitation
2.Too Close For Comfort
3.Ruby My Dear (take 6)
4.The Sealer
5.Poom-a-Loom
6.Stella By Starlight
7.Ruby
8.None Shall Wander (take 8)

** also released on Riverside RS 9446 in 1963; Original Jazz Classics OJC-260 in 1986, OJCCD-260-2 in 1988.

RM 447   Junior Mance Trio - Junior's Blues   1963

Junior Mance, piano; Bob Cranshaw, bass; Mickey Roker, drums.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, February 14, 1963

Down The Line
Creole Love Call
Rainy Mornin' Blues
Yancey Special
Gravy Waltz
Cracklin'
In The Evening
Blue Monk
Jumpin' The Blues

** also released on Riverside RS 9447 in 1963; Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-1000-2 in 1998.

RM 448   Charlie Byrd - Byrd's Word!   1963

Charlie Byrd, guitar; with Bobby Felder, valve trombone; Kenneth Pasmanick, bassoon; Buck Hill, tenor sax; T. Carson or Charlie Schneer, piano; Keter Betts, bass, cello; Bertell Knox or Eddie Phyfe, drums; Ginny Byrd, vocal.

Edgewood Recording Studio, Washington, DC, 1958

Byrd's Word
Blue Turning Grey Over You
Bobby In Bassoonville
Satin Doll
Tri-X
Conversation Piece
What's New
Stompin' At The Savoy
Don't Explain
Buck's Hill

** also released on Riverside RS 9448 in 1963; Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-1054-2 in 2000.

RM 449   Charlie Byrd Trio And Woodwinds - Byrd In The Wind   1963

Charlie Byrd, guitar; with Keter Betts, bass; Bertell Knox, drums; and Wallace Mann, flute; Richard White, oboe; Kenneth Pasmanick, bassoon; Buck Hill, tenor sax; Charles Schneer, piano; Ginny Byrd, vocal.

Edgewood Recording Studio, Washington, DC, March, 1959

Swing '59
You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To
Showboat Shuffle
Love Letters
Cross Your Heart
Keter's Dirty Blues
You're A Sweetheart
Stars Fell On Alabama
A Long Way From St. Louis
Wait Till You See Her
Georgia
Copacabana

** originally released on Offbeat OJ-3005 in 1959 as "Byrd In The Wind: Jazz At The Showboat Vol. II".

RM 450   Charlie Byrd - Mr. Guitar   1963

Charlie Byrd, guitar; Keter Betts, bass; Bertell Knox, drums.

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC, summer 1960

Blues For Felix
Gypsy In My Soul
In A Mellotone
Prelude To A Kiss
Travelin' On
Play Fiddle Play
Funky Flamenco
My One And Only
Mama I'll Be Home Some Day
How Long Has This Been Going On?
Who Cares
Lay The Lily Low

** originally released on Offbeat OJ-3006 in 1960 as "Charlie Byrd Trio - Jazz At The Showboat Volume 3".

RM 451   The Guitar Artistry Of Charlie Byrd   1963

Charlie Byrd, guitar; Keter Betts, bass; Buddy Deppenschmidt, drums.

Edgewood Recording Studio, Washington, DC, 1960

Taking A Chance On Love
Moonlight In Vermont
Speak Low
Nuages
Everything I've Got Belongs To You
Makin' Whoopee
Django
Nice Work If You Can Get It
The House Of The Rising Sun
Ring Them Harmonics
Taboo
To Ginny

** originally released on Offbeat OJ-3007 in 1960 as "Charlie Byrd Trio - Charlie's Choice: Jazz At The Showboat Volume 4".

RM 452   Charlie Byrd At The Village Vanguard   1963

Charlie Byrd, guitar; Keter Betts, bass; Buddy Deppenschmidt, drums.: same personnel.

"Village Vanguard", NYC, January 15, 1961

Just Squeeze Me
Why Was I Born?
You Stepped Out Of A Dream
Fantasia On Which Side Are You On?

** originally released on Offbeat OLP 3008 in 1961.

RM 453   Charlie Byrd - Blues Sonata   1963

Barry Harris, piano #4-7; Charlie Byrd, unamplified guitar #1-3, guitar #4-7; Keter Betts, bass; Buddy Deppenschmidt, drums.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, October 23 and 24, 1961

1.The Blues Sonata: Polonaise Pour Pietro
2.The Blues Sonata: Ballad In B Minor
3.The Blues Sonata: Scherzo For An Old Shoe
4.Alexander's Ragtime Band
5.Jordu
6.That Old Devil Called Love
7.Zing! Went The Strings Of My Heart

** originally released on Offbeat OLP 3009 in 1962.

RM 454   Charlie Byrd's Bossa Nova Once More!   1963

Charlie Byrd, unamplified guitar; Keter Betts, bass; Bill Reichenbach, drums, Latin percussion; plus Samuel Ramsey, French horn; Morris Kirshbaum, John Martin, Dorothy Stahl, Franz Vlashek, cello; Gene Byrd, guitar, bass; Buddy Deppenschmidt, drums, Latin percussion; Charlie Byrd, arranger.

Edgewood Recording Studio, Washington, DC, February 21, 1963

Outra Vez (Once More)
Insensatez (Insensitive)
Three Note Samba
Saudade Da Bahia (Longing For Bahia)
Socegadamente (Softly)
Chega De Saudade (No More Blues)

Charlie Byrd, unamplified guitar; Keter Betts, bass; Bill Reichenbach, drums, Latin percussion; plus Hal Posey, trumpet, flugelhorn #1,2,4,5; Tommy Gwaltney, vibraharp #1,2,4,5; Gene Byrd, guitar, bass; Buddy Deppenschmidt, drums, Latin percussion; Charlie Byrd, arranger.

Edgewood Recording Studio, Washington, DC, April 4, 1963

1.Presente De Natal (Birthday Gift)
2.Samba Da Minha Terra (Samba Of My Country)
3.Limehouse Blues
4.Anna
5.Cancao De Nimar Para Carol (Lullaby For Carol)

** also released on Riverside RS 9454 in 1963.
** part of Milestone MSP-47005 in 1973 as "Latin Byrd".

RM 455   Cannonball Adderley With The Bossa Rio Sextet Of Brazil - Cannonball's Bossa Nova   1963

Julian "Cannonball" Adderley, alto sax; with Pedro Paulo, trumpet #1,2,5,7,8; Paulo Moura, alto sax #1,2,5,7,8; Sergio Mendes, piano; Durval Ferreira, guitar; Octavio Bailly Jr., bass; Dom Um Romao, drums.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, December 7, 10 and 11, 1962

1.Once I Loved (O Amor Em Paz)
2.Minha Saudade
3.Clouds (take 7)
4.Groovy Samba
5.Joyce's Samba
6.Corcovado (take 8)
7.Sambop
8.Batida Diferente

** also released on Riverside RS 9455 in 1963. on Riverside RS 9455 (later) in 1966 as "Cannonball Goes Latin!". on Capitol ST-2877 in 1968 as "Cannonball Adderley And The Bossa Rio Sextet With Sergio Mendes". on Capitol SF-699 in 1970? as "Cannonball Adderley And The Bossa Rio Sextet With Sergio Mendes - Quiet Nights". on Landmark LLP-1302 in 1985, LCD-1302-2 in 1987 as "The Cannonball Adderley Collection Volume 2 - Cannonball's Bossa Nova".

RM 456   Johnny Lytle Trio - Got That Feeling!   1963

Johnny Lytle, vibes; Milt Harris, organ; Peppy Hinnant, drums; plus Milt Hinton, bass.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, April 3, 1963

Got That Feeling!
Pow-Wow
In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning
Big John Grady
The Breeze And I
It Ain't Necessarily So
Lela
Love Is Here To Stay
The Soulful One

** also released on Riverside RS 9456 in 1963.
** part of Milestone MCD-47093-2 in 2001 as "Johnny Lytle Trios With Ray Barretto And Milt Hinton - Got That Feeling!".

RM 457   Sal Nistico Quintet - Comin' On Up!   1963

Sal Amico, trumpet #1-5,7; Sal Nistico, tenor sax; Barry Harris, piano; Bob Cranshaw, bass; Vinnie Ruggiero, drums.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, October 17, 1962

1.Cheryl
2.Ariescene
3.By Myself
4.Samicotico
5.Comin' On Up
6.Easy Living
7.Down

** also released on Riverside RS 9457 in 1963.
** part of Milestone MCD-47096-2 in 2002 as "Heavyweights".

RM 458   Billie Poole - Confessin' The Blues!   1963

Billie Poole, vocal; accompanied on all selections by Junior Mance, piano; Bob Cranshaw, bass; Mickey Roker, drums; and Kenny Burrell, guitar.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, April 11 and 12, 1962

Confessin' The Blues
Them Blues
God Bless' The Child
I Don't Worry 'Bout You
Jailhouse Blues
Stormy Weather
The Man That Got Away
Keep Your Hand On Your Heart
Ain't That Love
Alone Together
When Your Well Runs Dry
Stormy Monday Blues

** also released on Riverside RS 9458 in 1963; Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-1886-2 in 1996.

RM 459   Wes Montgomery - Boss Guitar   1963

Mel Rhyne, organ; Wes Montgomery, guitar; Jimmy Cobb, drums.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, April 22, 1963

Besame Mucho
Dearly Beloved
Days Of Wine And Roses
The Trick Bag
Canadian Sunset
Fried Pies
The Breeze And I
For Heaven's Sake

** also released on Riverside RS 9459 in 1963; Original Jazz Classics OJC-261 in 1986, OJCCD-261-2 in 1989. on Riverside R-3012 in 1968, RS-3012 in 1968 as "This Is Wes Montgomery".

RM 460/461   European Concerts By Thelonious Monk - Two Hours With Thelonious (Limited Edition)   1963

Charlie Rouse, tenor sax #1-4,6,7,9,10; Thelonious Monk, piano; John Ore, bass #1-4,6,7,9,10; Frankie Dunlop, drums #1-4,6,7,9,10.

"L'Olympia", Paris, France, April 18, 1961

1.Epistrophy (opening theme)
2.I Mean You
3.Jackie-ing (#1)
4.Off Minor
5.April In Paris
6.Rhythm-a-ning (#1)
7.I'm Getting Sentimental Over You
8.Just A Gigolo
9.Hackensack
10.Well You Needn't

Charlie Rouse, tenor sax #2-8; Thelonious Monk, piano; John Ore, bass #2-8; Frankie Dunlop, drums #2-8.

"Teatro Lirico", Milan, Italy, April 21, 1961

1.Body And Soul
2.Milan introduction and...Jackie-ing (#2)
3.Straight No Chaser
4.Bemsha Swing
5.San Francisco Holiday (Worry Later)
6.Rhythm-a-ning (#2)
7.Crepescule With Nellie
8.Epistrophy (closing theme)

** also released on Riverside RS 9460/9461 in 1963. on Riverside R-3020 in 1969, RS-3020 in 1969 as "Two Hours With Thelonious".

RM 462   Johnny Griffin - Do Nothing 'Til You Hear From Me   1963

Johnny Griffin, tenor sax; Buddy Montgomery, piano #1,3,5,6, vibes #2,4; Monk Montgomery, bass; Arthur Taylor, drums.

"Tsubo", Berkeley, CA, June, 1963

1.Do Nothing 'Til You Hear From Me
2.The Midnight Sun Will Never Set
3.That's All
4.Slow Burn
5.Wonder Why
6.Heads Up

** also released on Riverside RS 9462 in 1963; Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-1908-2 in 1998.

RM 463   Don Friedman Trio - Flashback   1963

Don Friedman, piano; Dick Kniss, bass; Dick Berk, drums.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, May 16, 1963

Alone Together
Ballade In C-Sharp Minor
Wait 'Til You See Her
News Blues
Ochre (Theme-Solo-Duet-Theme)
How Deep Is The Ocean?
Flashback

** also released on Riverside RS 9463 in 1963; Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-1903-2 in 1997.

RM 464   Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers At Birdland - Ugetsu   1963

Freddie Hubbard, trumpet; Curtis Fuller, trombone; Wayne Shorter, tenor sax; Cedar Walton, piano; Reggie Workman, bass; Art Blakey, drums.

"Birdland", NYC, June 16, 1963

One By One
Ugetsu
Time Off
Ping-Pong
I Didn't Know What Time It Was
On The Ginza

** also released on Riverside RS 9464 in 1963; Original Jazz Classics OJC-090 in 1983, OJCCD-090-2 in 1989. on Riverside R-3022 in 1968, RS-3022 in 1968 as "Art Blakey - Ugetsu".
** part of Milestone MSP-47008 in 1973 as "Art Blakey - Thermo".

RM 465   Jimmy Heath And Brass - Swamp Seed   1963

Donald Byrd, trumpet; Jim Buffington, Julius Watkins, French horn; Don Butterfield, tuba; Jimmy Heath, tenor sax; Harold Mabern, piano #1,2,4; Herbie Hancock, piano #3,5-7; Percy Heath, bass; Albert Heath, drums #1,2,4; Connie Kay, drums #3,5-7.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, March and May, 1963

1.Six Steps
2.Nutty
3.More Than You Know
4.Swamp Seed
5."D" Waltz
6.Just In Time
7.Wall To Wall

** also released on Riverside RS 9465 in 1963; Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-1904-2 in 1997.

RM 466   Johnny "Hammond" Smith Quartet - Mr. Wonderful   1963

Sonny Williams, trumpet; Houston Person, tenor sax; Johnny "Hammond" Smith, organ; Eddie McFadden, guitar #1,4,7,8; Leo Stevens, drums.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, 1963

1.Blues For De-De
2.Mr. Wonderful
3.Cyra
4.Lambert's Lodge
5.Love Letters
6.Blues On Sunday
7.Departure
8.Opus 2

** also released on Riverside RS 9466 in 1963.
** part of Milestone MCD-47072-2 in 1997 as "Black Coffee".

RM 467   The Charlie Byrd Trio (& Guests) - Byrd At The Gate   1963

Charlie Byrd, guitar; Keter Betts, bass; Bill Reichenbach, drums; plus Clark Terry, trumpet #4,6,8; Seldon Powell, tenor sax #2,5,6.

"Village Gate", Greenwich Village, NY, May 9 and 10, 1963

1.Shiny Stockings
2.More (Theme From Mondo Cane)
3.Blues For Night People
4.Butter And Egg Man
5.Ela Me Deixou
6.Broadway
7.I Left My Heart In San Francisco
8.Some Other Spring
9.Where Are The Hebrew Children?

** also released on Riverside RS 9467 in 1963; Original Jazz Classics OJC-262 in 1986, OJCCD-262-2 in 1988.
** part of Milestone M-47049 in 1978 as "In Greenwich Village".

RM 468   Bobby Timmons Trio - Born To Be Blue!   1963

Bobby Timmons, piano; Sam Jones, bass #1,2,5,7; Ron Carter, bass #3,4,6; Connie Kay, drums.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, August-September, 1963

1.Born To Be Blue
2.Malice Towards None
3.Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child
4.Know Not One
5.The Sit-In
6.Namely You
7.Often Annie

** also released on Riverside RS 9468 in 1963; Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-873-2 in 1996.

RM 469   Willie Rodriguez Jazz Quartet - Flatjacks   1963

Seldon Powell, alto, tenor sax, clarinet, flute; Barry Galbraith, guitar; George Duvivier, bass; Willie Rodriguez, drums, Latin percussion.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, July-August, 1963

Moliendo Cafe
Serenata
Nanigo Soul
Mr. Yosso
Brasileira
One Foot In The Gutter
It Happened In Monterey
Flatjacks
Seafood Wally
After Words
Tasty
El Sueno De Frances

** also released on Riverside RS 9469 in 1963; Milestone MCD-9331-2 in 2003.

RM 470   Johnny Lytle Trio - Happy Ground   1963

Johnny Lytle, vibes; Milt Harris, organ; 'Peppy' Hinnant, drums.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, March 23, 1961

Lela
Secret Love
When I Fall In Love
Tag Along
It's All Right With Me
Happy Ground
My Funny Valentine
Take The "A" Train

** originally released on Jazzland JLP 44 in 1961 as "Johnny Lytle Trio - Happy Ground!".

RM 471   The Dynamic Sound Patterns Of The Rod Levitt Orchestra   1964

Rolf Ericson, trumpet; Rod Levitt, trombone; Buzz Renn, alto sax, clarinet; George Marge, tenor sax, clarinet, piccolo, English horn; Gene Allen, baritone sax, bass clarinet; Sy Johnson, piano; John Beal, bass; Ronnie Bedford, drums; Rod Levitt, composer.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, July, 1963

Holler
Ah! Spain
Jelly Man
Upper Bay
El General
His Master's Voice

** also released on Riverside RS 9471 in 1964; Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-1955-2 in 2003.

RM 472   Wes Montgomery With Strings - Fusion!   1963

Wes Montgomery, guitar; accompanied by a string orchestra (violins, violas, cellos), with Gene Orloff, concertmaster; plus Phil Bodner, woodwinds; Hank Jones or Dick Hyman, piano, celeste; Kenny Burrell, guitar; Milt Hinton, bass; Osie Johnson, drums; Jimmy Jones, arranger, conductor.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, April 18 and 19, 1963

All The Way
Pretty Blue (take 2)
In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning
Prelude To A Kiss
The Girl Next Door
My Romance
God Bless The Child
Tune-Up (take 5)
Somewhere
Baubles, Bangles And Beads

** also released on Riverside RS 9472 in 1963; Original Jazz Classics OJC-368 in 1989, OJCCD-368-2 in 1989. on Riverside R-3002 in 1967, RS-3002 in 1967 as "In The Wee Small Hours".
** part of Milestone M-47030 in 1975 as "Pretty Blue".

RM 473   Bill Evans Trio - How My Heart Sings!   1964

Bill Evans, piano; Chuck Israels, bass; Paul Motian, drums.

Sound Makers, Inc., NYC, May 17, 1962

How My Heart Sings
Summertime

same personnel.

Sound Makers, Inc., NYC, May 29, 1962

Walking Up
34 Skidoo
Show-Type Tune

same personnel.

Sound Makers, Inc., NYC, June 5, 1962

I Should Care
In Your Own Sweet Way (take 1)
Ev'rything I Love

** also released on Riverside RS 9473 in 1964; Original Jazz Classics OJC-369 in 1989, OJCCD-369-2 in 1989, OJC-34593-02 in 2013.
** part of Milestone M-47046 in 1977 as "The Second Trio".

RM 474   Nat Adderley - Little Big Horn!   1963

Nat Adderley, cornet; Jim Hall, guitar #1,5-7; Kenny Burrell, guitar #2-4,8; and Junior Mance, piano; Bob Cranshaw, bass; Mickey Roker, drums.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, September 23, and October 4, 1963

1.El Chico
2.Foo Foo
3.Loneliness
4.Little Big Horn
5.Half-Time
6.Broadway Lady
7.Roses For Your Pillow
8.Hustle With Russell

** also released on Riverside RS 9474 in 1963; Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-1001-2 in 1999. on Milestone MSP 9009 in 1968 as "Natural Soul".

RM 475   Duke Ellington Billy Strayhorn Piano Duets - Great Times!

Duke Ellington, piano; Billy Strayhorn, celeste #2,3; Oscar Pettiford, cello; Lloyd Trotman, bass; Jo Jones, drums.

NYC, September 13, 1950

1. M4005Perdido
2. M4006Take The "A" Train
3. M4007Oscalypso
4. M4008Blues For Blanton

Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorn, piano; Wendell Marshall, bass.

NYC, October 3, 1950

5710Cotton Tail
5711C Jam Blues
5712Flamingo
5713Bang-Up Blues

Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorn, piano; Joe Shulman, bass.

NYC, November, 1950

M2479Tonk
M2480Johnny Come Lately
M2481In A Blue Summer Garden
M2482Great Times

** also released on Riverside RS 9475; Original Jazz Classics OJC-108, OJCCD-108-2.

RM 476   Ben Webster And Joe Zawinul - Soulmates   1963

Ben Webster, tenor sax; Joe Zawinul, piano; Richard Davis, bass; Philly Joe Jones, drums.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, September 20, 1963

Too Late Now
Come Sunday
Trav'lin' Light
Like Someone In Love

Thad Jones, cornet; Ben Webster, tenor sax; Joe Zawinul, piano; Sam Jones, bass; Philly Joe Jones, drums.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, October 14, 1963

Soulmates
The Governor
Frog Legs
Evol Deklaw Ni

** also released on Riverside RS 9476 in 1963; Original Jazz Classics OJC-109 in 1984, OJCCD-109-2 in 1991.
** part of Milestone M-47056 in 1980 as "Ben Webster & Joe Zawinul - Trav'lin' Light".

RM 477   Cannonball Adderley - Nippon Soul   1963

Nat Adderley, cornet; Yusef Lateef, flute, oboe, tenor sax; Julian "Cannonball" Adderley, alto sax; Joe Zawinul, piano; Sam Jones, bass; Louis Hayes, drums.

"Sankei Hall", Tokyo, Japan, July 14, 1963

Easy To Love
The Weaver

same personnel.

"Sankei Hall", Tokyo, Japan, July 15, 1963

Nippon Soul (Nihon No Soul)
Tengo Tango
Come Sunday
Brother John

** also released on Riverside RS 9477 in 1963; Original Jazz Classics OJC-435 in 1990, OJCCD-435-2 in 1990.
** part of Milestone M-47029 in 1975 as "The Japanese Concerts".

RM 478   Milt Jackson And Big Brass - For Someone I Love   1966

Milt Jackson, vibraharp; Dave Burns, Clark Terry, Snooky Young, trumpet; Bill Berry, Elmon Wright, trumpet #1-3,7,8; Thad Jones, trumpet #4-6,9; Jimmy Cleveland, Quentin Jackson, trombone; Tom McIntosh, trombone #1-3,7,8; John Rains, trombone #4-6,9; Ray Alonge, Julius Watkins, French horn; Paul Ingraham, Willie Ruff, French horn #1-3,7,8; Robert Northern, French horn #4-6,9; Major Holley, tuba; Jimmy Jones, piano #1-3,7,8; Hank Jones, piano #4-6,9; Richard Davis, bass; Connie Kay, drums #1-3,7,8; Charlie Persip, drums #4-6,9; Melba Liston, arranger, conductor.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, March 18, and August 5, 1963

1.Days Of Wine And Roses
2.For Someone I Love
3.(What's The Story) Morning Glory
4.Save Your Love For Me
5.Extraordinary Blues
6.Flamingo
7.Chelsea Bridge
8.Just Waiting
9.Bossa Bags

** also released on Riverside RS 9478 in 1966; Original Jazz Classics OJC-404 in 1989, OJCCD-404-2 in 1989. on Riverside R-3021 in 1968, RS-3021 in 1968 as "Bags & Brass".
** part of Milestone MSP-47006 in 1973 as "Big Band Bags".

RM 479   Johnny Griffin Big Soul Band - Wade In The Water   1967

Bob Bryant, Clark Terry, trumpet; Matthew Gee, Julian Priester, trombone; Pat Patrick, alto sax #1,2,7; Frank Strozier, alto sax #3-6,8; Johnny Griffin, Edwin Williams, tenor sax; Charlie Davis, baritone sax; Harold Mabern, piano #1,2,5-8; Bobby Timmons, celeste #3, piano #4; Bob Cranshaw, bass #1,2,7; Vic Sproles, bass #3-6,8; Charlie Persip, drums; Norman Simmons, arranger.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, May 24 and 31, and June 3, 1960

1.Wade In The Water
2.Panic Room Blues
3.Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen
4.Meditation
5.Holla
6.So Tired
7.Deep River
8.Jubilation

** originally released on Riverside RLP 331 in 1960 as "Johnny Griffin Orchestra - The Big Soul-Band".

RM 480   Johnny Lytle - The Village Caller!   1966

Johnny Lytle, vibes; Milt Harris, organ; Bob Cranshaw, bass; "Peppy" Hinnant, drums; Willie Rodriguez, percussion.

NYC, September 18, 1963

The Village Caller
On Green Dolphin Street
Can't Help Loving Dat Man
Pedro Strodder
Kevin Devin
You Don't Know What Love Is
Unhappy Happy Soul
Solitude

** also released on Riverside RS 9480 in 1966; Original Jazz Classics OJC-110 in 1984, OJCCD-110-2 in 1998. on Riverside R-3003 in 1967, RS-3003 in 1967 as "A Groove".

RM 481   Charlie Byrd With Voices - Byrd Song   1966

Charlie Byrd, guitar; Keter Betts, bass; William Reichenbach, drums; and voices.

1965

In San Francisco
Who Will Buy?
The Night We Called It A Day
Wildcat
A Felicidad
Action Painting
This Can't Be Love
Let's Do It
God Bless The Child
My Favorite Things
Swing 59
Born To Be Blue

** also released on Riverside RS 9481 in 1966; Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-1092-2 in 2003.

RM 482   Johnny "Hammond" Smith - Open House!   1966

Thad Jones, cornet, trumpet; Seldon Powell, tenor sax, flute; Johnny "Hammond" Smith, organ; Eddie McFadden, guitar; Bob Cranshaw, bass; Leo Stevens, drums #1-4,6,7; Art Taylor, drums #5; Ray Barretto, congas #1-4,6,7.

NYC, 1963

1.Open House
2.Cyra
3.I Remember You
4.Cleopatra
5.Blues For DeDe
6.Why Was I Born
7.I Love You

** also released on Riverside RS 9482 in 1966.
** part of Milestone MCD-47089-2 in 2001 as "Open House".

RM 483/484   The Thelonious Monk Story   1966

Thelonious Monk, piano; Oscar Pettiford, bass; Kenny Clarke, drums.

Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, July 21 and 27, 1955

It Don't Mean A Thing If It Ain't Got That Swing

Thelonious Monk, piano; Oscar Pettiford, bass; Art Blakey, drums.

Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, March 17, and April 3, 1956

Honeysuckle Rose

Ernie Henry, alto sax; Sonny Rollins, tenor sax; Thelonious Monk, piano; Oscar Pettiford, bass; Max Roach, drums.

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC, October 15, 1956

Brilliant Corners

Ray Copeland, trumpet #1; Gigi Gryce, alto sax #1; Coleman Hawkins, tenor sax; John Coltrane, tenor sax #1; Thelonious Monk, piano; Wilbur Ware, bass; Art Blakey, drums.

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC, June 25 and 26, 1957

1.Well, You Needn't
2.Ruby, My Dear

Gerry Mulligan, baritone sax; Thelonious Monk, piano; Wilbur Ware, bass; Shadow Wilson, drums.

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC, August 12 and 13, 1957

'Round Midnight

Clark Terry, flugelhorn; Thelonious Monk, piano; Sam Jones, bass; Philly Joe Jones, drums.

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC, May 7 and 12, 1958

Let's Cool One

Johnny Griffin, tenor sax; Thelonious Monk, piano; Ahmed Abdul-Malik, bass; Roy Haynes, drums.

"Five Spot Cafe", NYC, August 7, 1958

In Walked Bud

Donald Byrd, trumpet; Eddie Bert, trombone; Robert Northern, French horn; Jay McAllister, tuba; Phil Woods, alto sax; Charlie Rouse, tenor sax; Pepper Adams, baritone sax; Thelonious Monk, piano; Sam Jones, bass; Art Taylor, drums; Thelonious Monk, composer; Thelonious Monk, Hall Overton, arranger.

"Town Hall", NYC, February 28, 1959

Friday The 13th

Thad Jones, cornet; Charlie Rouse, tenor sax; Thelonious Monk, piano; Sam Jones, bass; Art Taylor, drums.

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC, June 1 and 2, 1959

Jackie-ing

Thelonious Monk, piano.

Fugazi Hall, San Francisco, CA, October 21 and 22, 1959

Blue Monk

Charlie Rouse, tenor sax; Thelonious Monk, piano; John Ore, bass; Billy Higgins, drums; plus Joe Gordon, trumpet; Harold Land, tenor sax.

"The Blackhawk", San Francisco, CA, April 29, 1960

Four In One

** also released on Riverside RS 9483/9484 in 1966.

RM 485   Don Friedman Quartet Featuring Attila Zoller - Dreams And Explorations   1966

Don Friedman, piano; Attila Zoller, guitar; Dick Kniss, bass; Dick Berk, drums.

NYC, 1964

Episodes
Exploration
Park Row
Blizzard
Israel
Darn That Dream
You Stepped Out Of A Dream

** also released on Riverside RS 9485 in 1966; Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-1907-2 in 1998.

RM 486   Jimmy Heath Quintet - On The Trail   1966

Jimmy Heath, tenor sax; Wynton Kelly, piano; Kenny Burrell, guitar; Paul Chambers, bass; Al Heath, drums.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, spring 1964

On The Trail
Cloak And Dagger
Vanity
All The Things You Are
Gingerbread Boy
I Should Care
Project S

** also released on Riverside RS 9486 in 1966; Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-1854-2 in 1994.

RM 487   Bill Evans Trio At Shelly's Manne-Hole, Hollywood, California   1966

Bill Evans, piano; Chuck Israels, bass; Larry Bunker, drums.

"Shelly's Manne-Hole", Los Angeles, CA, May 14 and 19, 1963

Isn't It Romantic
The Boy Next Door
Wonder Why
Swedish Pastry
Our Love Is Here To Stay
'Round Midnight
Stella By Starlight
Blues In "F"

** also released on Riverside RS 9487 in 1966; Original Jazz Classics OJC-263 in 1986, OJCCD-263-2 in 1989. on Riverside R-3013 in 1968, RS-3013 in 1968 as "Recorded Live At Shelly's Manne Hole, Hollywood, California".

RM 488   not used?

RM 489   not used?

RM 490   The Historic Teaming Of Thelonious Monk And John Coltrane - Monk & Coltrane   1966

Thelonious Monk, piano.

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC, April 16, 1957

Functional (alternate master) (take 1)

Ray Copeland, trumpet; Gigi Gryce, alto sax; John Coltrane, Coleman Hawkins, tenor sax; Thelonious Monk, piano; Wilbur Ware, bass; Art Blakey, drums.

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC, June 25 and 26, 1957

Off Minor (alternate master) (take 4)
Epistrophy (alternate master) (short version)

John Coltrane, tenor sax; Thelonious Monk, piano; Wilbur Ware, bass; "Shadow" Wilson, drums.

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC, July, 1957

Ruby, My Dear
Trinkle, Tinkle
Nutty

** originally released on Jazzland JLP 46 in 1961 as "Thelonious Monk With John Coltrane".

RM 491   Monk In France   1966

Charlie Rouse, tenor sax #1-3,5,6; Thelonious Monk, piano; John Ore, bass #1-3,5,6; Frankie Dunlop, drums #1-3,5,6.

"L'Olympia", Paris, France, April 18, 1961

1.I Mean You
2.Off Minor
3.I'm Getting Sentimental Over You
4.Just A Gigolo
5.Hackensack
6.Well You Needn't

** also released on Riverside RS 9491 in 1966; Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-670-2 in 1991.

RM 492   Wes Montgomery Trio - Portrait Of Wes   1966

Mel Rhyne, organ; Wes Montgomery, guitar; George Brown, drums.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, October 10, 1963

Freddie The Freeloader
Lolita
Blues Riff (as Movin' Along)
Dangerous
Yesterday's Child
Moanin'

** also released on Riverside RS 9492 in 1966; Original Jazz Classics OJC-144 in 1984, OJCCD-144-2 in 1990.

RM 493   Art Blakey And The Jazz Messengers - Kyoto   1967

Freddie Hubbard, trumpet; Curtis Fuller, trombone; Wayne Shorter, tenor sax; Cedar Walton, piano; Reggie Workman, bass; Art Blakey, drums; Wellington Blakey, vocal #3.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, February 20, 1964

1.The High Priest
2.Never Never Land
3.Wellington's Blues
4.Nihon Bash
5.Kyoto

** also released on Riverside RS 9493 in 1967; Original Jazz Classics OJC-145 in 1984, OJCCD-145-2 in 1990.

RM 494   Wes Montgomery Trio - Guitar On The Go   1967

Melvin Rhyne, organ; Wes Montgomery, guitar; Paul Parker, drums.

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC, October 5 and 6, 1959

Missile Blues

Mel Rhyne, organ; Wes Montgomery, guitar; Jimmy Cobb, drums.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, April 22, 1963

Fried Pies

Mel Rhyne, organ; Wes Montgomery, guitar; George Brown, drums.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, October 10, 1963

The Way You Look Tonight
Dreamsville
For All We Know

same personnel.

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, November 27, 1963

Geno

** also released on Riverside RS 9494 in 1967; Original Jazz Classics OJC-489 in 1990, OJCCD-489-2 in 1990.

RM 495   Milt Jackson Quintet 'Live' At The Village Gate   1967

Jimmy Heath, tenor sax; Milt Jackson, vibes; Hank Jones, piano; Bob Cranshaw, bass; Al Heath, drums.

"Village Gate", Greenwich Village, NY, December, 1963

Bags Of Blue
Little Girl Blue
Gemini
Gerri's Blues
Time After Time
Ignunt Oil

** also released on Riverside RS 9495 in 1967; Original Jazz Classics OJC-309 in 1987, OJCCD-309-2 in 1987.

RM 496   Johnny 'Hammond' Smith - A Little Taste   1967

Virgil Jones, trumpet; Houston Person, tenor sax; Johnny "Hammond" Smith, organ; Luis Taylor, drums.

NYC, 1963

Nica's Dream
Cleopatra And The African Knight
Benny's Diggin'
Brake Through
Eloise
A Little Taste
Twixt The Sheets

** also released on Riverside RS 9496 in 1967.
** part of Milestone MCD-47089-2 in 2001 as "Johnny "Hammond" Smith - Open House".

RM 497   not used?

RM 498   Charlie Byrd - Solo Flight   1967

Charlie Byrd, guitar.

1965

Am I Blue
Easy Living
House Of The Rising Sun
Mood Indigo
You Took Advantage Of Me
Lil' Darlin'
Tears
Nocturne
Satin Doll
Blue Mobile
Sweet Sue (Just You)

** also released on Riverside RS 9498 in 1967; Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-1093-2 in 2003.

(Eu) RM 499   The Cannonball Adderley Sextet - Cannonball In Europe!   1963

Nat Adderley, cornet; Julian "Cannonball" Adderley, alto sax; Yusef Lateef, tenor sax, oboe, flute; Joe Zawinul, piano; Sam Jones, bass; Louis Hayes, drums.

International Jazz Festival, Comblain-la-Tour, Belgium, August 5, 1962

P Bouk
Gemini
Work Song
Trouble In Mind
Dizzy's Business
Unit 7 (theme)

** also released on Riverside (Eu) RLP 499 in 1963. on Landmark LLP-1307 in 1987, LCD-1307-2 in 1988 as "The Cannonball Adderley Collection Volume 7 - Cannonball In Europe!".

RM 499   Wes Montgomery Quartet - Vibratin'   1967

Tommy Flanagan, piano; Wes Montgomery, guitar; Percy Heath, bass; Albert Heath, drums.

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC, January 26 and 28, 1960

Airegin
D-Natural Blues
Polka Dots And Moonbeams
Four On Six
West Coast Blues
In Your Own Sweet Way
Mister Walker
Gone With The Wind

** originally released on Riverside RLP 12-320 in 1960 as "The Incredible Jazz Guitar Of Wes Montgomery".

RM 500   not used?