Savoy Records Catalog: 78 rpm 500/600 series

Savoy 500 series (10 inch 78 rpm)

500   Fletcher Henderson - Blue Rhythm / Sugar Foot Stomp

Rex Stewart (cornet) Russell Smith, Bobby Stark (trumpet) Benny Morton (trombone) Claude Jones (trombone, vocals) Edgar Sampson (alto sax, clarinet) Russell Procope (alto, soprano sax, clarinet) Coleman Hawkins (tenor sax) Fletcher Henderson (piano) Clarence Holiday (banjo, guitar) John Kirby (bass) Walter Johnson (drums)
NYC, July, 1931
C1432Blue Rhythm
C1433Sugar Foot Stomp

501   Cozy Cole - Talk To Me / Body And Soul

Lammar Wright (trumpet -1) Ray Conniff (trombone -1) Ben Webster (tenor sax) Johnny Guarnieri (piano) Teddy Walters (guitar) Billy Taylor (bass) Cozy Cole (drums)
NYC, March 13, 1944
1. S5411Talk To Me
2. S5413Body And Soul

502   Cozy Cole - Jericho / Nice And Cozy

Lammar Wright (trumpet) Ray Conniff (trombone) Ben Webster (tenor sax -1) Johnny Guarnieri (piano) Teddy Walters (guitar) Billy Taylor (bass) Cozy Cole (drums)
NYC, March 13, 1944
1. S5410Jericho
2. S5426Nice And Cozy

503   Joe Marsala - Tiger Rag / Clarinet Marmalade

Bobby Hackett (cornet) Frank Orchard (trombone) Joe Marsala (clarinet) Gene Schroeder (piano) Eddie Condon (guitar) Bob Casey (bass) Rollo Laylan (drums)
NYC, March 21, 1944
S5422Clarinet Marmalade
S5425Tiger Rag
** also issued on Savoy 740 entitled "Eddie Condon - Clarinet Marmalade / Tiger Rag".

504   Joe Marsala - Village Blues / Joe's Blues

Bobby Hackett (cornet) Frank Orchard (trombone) Joe Marsala (clarinet) Gene Schroeder (piano) Eddie Condon (guitar) Bob Casey (bass) Rollo Laylan (drums): same session
NYC, March 21, 1944
S5423Joe's Blues
S5424Village Blues (as Greenwich Blues)
** also issued on Savoy 706.

505   Ben Webster - I Surrender, Dear / Blue Skies

Ben Webster (tenor sax) Johnny Guarnieri (piano) Oscar Pettiford (bass) David Booth (drums)
NYC, April 17, 1944
S5437-1I Surrender, Dear
S5438-2Blue Skies

506   Ben Webster - Honeysuckle Rose / Kat's Fur

Ben Webster (tenor sax) Johnny Guarnieri (piano) Oscar Pettiford (bass) David Booth (drums): same session
NYC, April 17, 1944
S5436-2Honeysuckle Rose
S5439Kat's Fur

507   Earl Warren - Empty Hearted / Tush

Harry Edison, Al Killian, Ed Lewis, Joe Newman (trumpet) Ted Donnelly, Eli Robinson, Lou Taylor, Dicky Wells (trombone) Jimmy Powell (alto sax) Earl Warren (alto sax, vocals, arranger) Buddy Tate, Lester Young (tenor sax) Rudy Rutherford (baritone sax) Clyde Hart (piano) Freddie Green (guitar) Rodney Richardson (bass) Jo Jones (drums) Tadd Dameron, Dick Flanagan, Dixky Wells (arranger)
NYC, April 18, 1944
S5440-1Empty Hearted
S5443-2Tush

508   Earl Warren - Circus In Rhythm / Poor Little Plaything (not released?)

Harry Edison, Al Killian, Ed Lewis, Joe Newman (trumpet) Ted Donnelly, Eli Robinson, Lou Taylor, Dicky Wells (trombone) Jimmy Powell (alto sax) Earl Warren (alto sax, vocals, arranger) Buddy Tate, Lester Young (tenor sax) Rudy Rutherford (baritone sax) Clyde Hart (piano) Freddie Green (guitar) Rodney Richardson (bass) Jo Jones (drums) Tadd Dameron, Dick Flanagan, Dixky Wells (arranger): same session
NYC, April 18, 1944
S5441-1Circus In Rhythm
S5442-1Poor Little Plaything

509   Johnny Guarnieri - Exercise In Swing / Basie English

Billy Butterfield (trumpet) Hank D'Amico (clarinet) Lester Young (tenor sax) Johnny Guarnieri (piano) Dexter Hall (guitar) Billy Taylor (bass) Cozy Cole (drums)
NYC, April 18, 1944
S5447-1Exercise In Swing
S5449-2Basie English

510   Savoy Musette Quintet - Johnny Doughboy Polka / Gay Vienna

Savoy Musette Quintet (polka band)
January, 1944
S6000Johnny Doughboy Polka
S6001Gay Vienna

511   Johnny Guarnieri - These Foolish Things / Salute To Fats

Billy Butterfield (trumpet) Hank D'Amico (clarinet) Lester Young (tenor sax) Johnny Guarnieri (piano) Dexter Hall (guitar) Billy Taylor (bass) Cozy Cole (drums)
NYC, April 18, 1944
S5446-1These Foolish Things
S5448-5Salute To Fats

512   Cozy Cole - Old Man River / Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams

Emmett Berry (trumpet) Walter Thomas (alto, tenor sax) Coleman Hawkins, Budd Johnson (tenor sax) Johnny Guarnieri (piano) Max Shopnick (bass) Cozy Cole (drums)
NYC, May 1, 1944
S5450Old Man River
S5451Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams

513   Cozy Cole - Riddin' The Riff / Flat Rock

Emmett Berry (trumpet) Walter Thomas (alto, tenor sax) Coleman Hawkins, Budd Johnson (tenor sax) Johnny Guarnieri (piano) Max Shopnick (bass) Cozy Cole (drums): same session
NYC, May 1, 1944
S5452Riddin' The Riff
S5453Flat Rock
** also issued on Savoy 583 entitled "Coleman Hawkins, Cozy Cole - Riddin' The Riff / Flat Rock".

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518   Cozy Cole - Stompin' At The Savoy / Jump Street

Emmett Berry (trumpet) Eddie Barefield (alto sax) Walter Thomas (alto, tenor sax) Coleman Hawkins (tenor sax) Johnny Guarnieri (piano) Sid Weiss (bass) Cozy Cole (drums)
NYC, June 14, 1944
S5467Stompin' At The Savoy
S5469Jump Awhile (as Jump Street)

519   Cozy Cole - Jersey Jump Off / On The Sunny Side Of The Street

Emmett Berry (trumpet) Eddie Barefield (alto sax) Walter Thomas (alto, tenor sax) Coleman Hawkins (tenor sax) Johnny Guarnieri (piano) Sid Weiss (bass) Cozy Cole (drums): same session
NYC, June 14, 1944
S5466Jersey Jump Off
S5468On The Sunny Side Of The Street

520   Hot Lips Page - Uncle Sam's Blues / Pagin' Mr. Page

Hot Lips Page (trumpet, vocals) Floyd "Horsecollar" Williams (alto, tenor sax) Don Byas, George Johnson (tenor sax) Clyde Hart (piano) John Simmons (bass) Sidney Catlett (drums)
NYC, June 14, 1944
S5463-3Uncle Sam's Blues
S5464Pagin' Mr. Page

521   Hot Lips Page - Dance Of The Tambourine / I Keep Rollin' On

Hot Lips Page (trumpet, vocals) Floyd "Horsecollar" Williams (alto, tenor sax) Don Byas, George Johnson (tenor sax) Clyde Hart (piano) John Simmons (bass) Sidney Catlett (drums): same session
NYC, June 14, 1944
S5462Dance Of The Tambourine
S5465I Keep Rollin' On
** also issued on Savoy 605.

522   Pete Brown - Bellevue For You / Pete Brown's Boogie

Pete Brown (alto sax) Kenny Watts (piano) Al Casey (guitar) Al Matthews (bass) Eddie Nicholson (drums)
NYC, July 11, 1944
S5481Bellevue For You
S5482Pete Brown's Boogie

523   Pete Brown - Ooh Wee / Moppin' The Blues

Pete Brown (alto sax) Kenny Watts (piano) Al Casey (guitar) Al Matthews (bass) Eddie Nicholson (drums): same session
NYC, July 11, 1944
S5480Ooh Wee
S5483Moppin' The Blues

524   Don Byas - Free And Easy / Bass C Jam

Charlie Shavers (trumpet) Don Byas (tenor sax) Clyde Hart (piano, celeste) Slam Stewart (bass) Jack "The Bear" Parker (drums)
NYC, July 28, 1944
S5491-2Free And Easy
Charlie Shavers (trumpet) Rudy Williams (alto sax) Don Byas (tenor sax) Clyde Hart (piano) Slam Stewart (bass) Jack "The Bear" Parker (drums)
NYC, August 17, 1944
S5704Bass C Jam

525   Shorty Allen - Have Yourself A Ball / Savoy Riff

unknown (tenor sax) unknown (vibes) Shorty Allen (piano) Clyde Lombardi (bass) unknown (drums)
NYC, February 15, 1944
S5376Have Yourself A Ball
S5377Savoy Riff

526   Tiny Grimes - Tiny's Tempo / I'll Always Love You Just The Same

Charlie Parker (alto sax) Clyde Hart (piano) Tiny Grimes (guitar, vocals) Jimmy Butts (bass, vocals) Doc West (drums)
WOR Studios, Broadway, NYC, September 15, 1944
S5710-3Tiny's Tempo (orig.-take 3)
S5711-2I'll Always Love You Just The Same (take 2)

527   The Three Barons, Tiny Grimes - Milk Shake Stand / I'd Give My Life

Joe Springer (piano) Tiny Grimes (guitar) Bass Robinson (bass) Doc West (drums) The Three Barons (vocal group)
NYC, November 3, 1944
S5733Milk Shake Stand
S5734I'd Give My Life

528   Stuff Smith - Is Is / Save All Your Honey For Me

Stuff Smith (violin, vocals) Jimmy Jones (piano) John Levy (bass) Rosalie Young (vocals)
NYC, September 26, 1944
S5725Save All Your Honey For Me
S5727Is Is

529   Hot Lips Page - Lips Blues / I Got What It Takes

Jesse Brown, Joe Keyes (trumpet) Hot Lips Page (trumpet, vocals) Vic Dickenson (trombone) Earl Bostic, Floyd "Horsecollar" Williams (alto sax) Don Byas, Ike Quebec (tenor sax) Clyde Hart (piano, celeste) Tiny Grimes (guitar) Al Lucas (bass) Jack Parker (drums)
NYC, September 12, 1944
S5706I Got What It Takes
S5708Lips Blues (as Double Trouble Blues)
** also issued on Savoy 700 entitled "I Got What It Takes / Double Trouble Blues".

530   Johnny Guarnieri - Bowing Singing Slam / Kiss Me Again (Band Aid)

Johnny Guarnieri (piano) Slam Stewart (bass) Sammy Weiss (drums)
NYC, September 20, 1944
S5718Bowing Singing Slam
S5719Kiss Me Again (as Band Aid)

531   Billy Daniels - Always / Bonnie Davis - Embraceable You

Clem Moorman (piano) Ernie Ransom (guitar) Henry Padgett (bass) Bonnie Davis (vocals)
NYC, January 20, 1944
S5561Embraceable You
Stuff Smith (violin) Jimmy Jones (piano) John Levy (bass) Billy Daniels (vocals)
NYC, September 26, 1944
S5729Always

532   Tiny Grimes - Romance Without Finance / Red Cross

Charlie Parker (alto sax) Clyde Hart (piano) Tiny Grimes (guitar, vocals) Jimmy Butts (bass, vocals) Doc West (drums)
WOR Studios, Broadway, NYC, September 15, 1944
S5712-5Romance Without Finance (take 5)
S5713-2Red Cross (orig.-take 2)

533   Pete Brown - Fat Man's Boogie / That's The Curfew

Ed Lewis (trumpet) Pete Brown (alto sax) Ray Parker (piano) Al Casey (guitar) Al Matthews (bass) Ray Nathan (drums)
NYC, January 20, 1945
S5784Fat Man's Boogie (as Big Boy Boogie)
S5785That's The Curfew

534   Miss Rhapsody - Downhearted Blues / Sweet Man

Frank Newton (trumpet) Morris Lounds (tenor sax) Reuben "June" Cole (piano) Harold Underhill (guitar) Billy Taylor (bass -1) Slam Stewart (bass -2) Cozy Cole (drums) Miss Rhapsody (vocals)
NYC, November 21, 1944
1. S5753Downhearted Blues
2. S5754Sweet Man

535   Lester Young - Ghost Of A Chance / Lester's Savoy Jump

Lester Young (tenor sax) Count Basie (piano) Freddie Green (guitar) Rodney Richardson (bass) Shadow Wilson (drums)
NYC, May 1, 1944
S5455-2(I Don't Stand) A Ghost Of A Chance
S5457-1Jump, Lester, Jump (as Lester's Savoy Jump)
** also issued on Savoy 551.

536   Miss Rhapsody - Blues In My Heart / Sugar

Frank Newton (trumpet) Morris Lounds (tenor sax) Reuben "June" Cole (piano) Harold Underhill (guitar) Billy Taylor (bass) Cozy Cole (drums) Miss Rhapsody (vocals)
NYC, November 21, 1944
S5751Blues In My Heart
S5752Sugar

537   Slam Stewart - Play Fiddle, Play / Dark Eyesky

Erroll Garner (piano) Mike Bryan (guitar) Slam Stewart (bass) Doc West (drums)
NYC, January 30, 1945
S5780BPlay Fiddle, Play
S5781BDark Eyesky

538   Slam Stewart, Erroll Garner - Laff, Slam, Laff / Jumpin' At The Deuces

Erroll Garner (piano) Mike Bryan (guitar) Slam Stewart (bass) Doc West (drums): same session
NYC, January 30, 1945
S5782ALaff, Slam, Laff
S5783AJumpin' At The Deuces

539   Earl Warren - Circus In Rhythm / Tush

Harry Edison, Al Killian, Ed Lewis, Joe Newman (trumpet) Ted Donnelly, Eli Robinson, Lou Taylor, Dicky Wells (trombone) Jimmy Powell (alto sax) Earl Warren (alto sax, vocals, arranger) Buddy Tate, Lester Young (tenor sax) Rudy Rutherford (baritone sax) Clyde Hart (piano) Freddie Green (guitar) Rodney Richardson (bass) Jo Jones (drums) Tadd Dameron, Dick Flanagan, Dixky Wells (arranger)
NYC, April 18, 1944
S5441-1Circus In Rhythm
S5443-2Tush

540   Herbie Fields - Mel's Riff / Buck's Boogie Woogie

Snooky Young (trumpet) Al Hayse (trombone) Herbie Fields (tenor, alto sax) Manny Albam (baritone sax) Milt Buckner (piano) Billy Mackel (guitar) Charlie Harris (bass) Fred Radcliffe (drums)
NYC, January 12, 1945
S5776Mel's Riff
S5777Buck's Boogie Woogie

541   Charlie Parker - Tiny's Tempo / Red Cross

Charlie Parker (alto sax) Clyde Hart (piano) Tiny Grimes (guitar, vocals) Jimmy Butts (bass, vocals) Doc West (drums)
WOR Studios, Broadway, NYC, September 15, 1944
S5710-3Tiny's Tempo (orig.-take 3)
S5713-2Red Cross (orig.-take 2)
** also issued on Savoy 915, 45-600.

542   Joe Gregory - Smack That Mess / Shoot The Arrow To Me Cupid (not released?)

"Little" Benny Harris (trumpet) Herbie Fields (alto, tenor sax) Budd Johnson (tenor sax) Clyde Hart (piano) Chuck Wayne (guitar) Oscar Pettiford (bass) Denzil Best (drums) Joe Gregory (vocals)
NYC, December 19, 1944
S5768Smack That Mess
S5771Shoot The Arrow To Me Cupid

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550   Coleman Hawkins - Stompin' At The Savoy / On The Sunny Side Of The Street

Emmett Berry (trumpet) Eddie Barefield (alto sax) Walter Thomas (alto, tenor sax) Coleman Hawkins (tenor sax) Johnny Guarnieri (piano) Sid Weiss (bass) Cozy Cole (drums)
NYC, June 14, 1944
S5467Stompin' At The Savoy
S5468On The Sunny Side Of The Street

551   Lester Young - Ghost Of A Chance / Lester's Savoy Jump

Lester Young (tenor sax) Count Basie (piano) Freddie Green (guitar) Rodney Richardson (bass) Shadow Wilson (drums)
NYC, May 1, 1944
S5455-2(I Don't Stand) A Ghost Of A Chance
S5457-1Jump, Lester, Jump (as Lester's Savoy Jump)
** reissue of Savoy 535.

552   Don Byas - Don's Idea / What Do You Want With My Heart

Charlie Shavers (trumpet) Don Byas (tenor sax) Clyde Hart (piano, celeste) Slam Stewart (bass) Jack "The Bear" Parker (drums)
NYC, July 28, 1944
S5493-2Don's Idea
Charlie Shavers (trumpet) Rudy Williams (alto sax) Don Byas (tenor sax) Clyde Hart (piano) Slam Stewart (bass) Jack "The Bear" Parker (drums)
NYC, August 17, 1944
S5703What Do You Want With My Heart

553   Ben Webster - Honeysuckle Rose / Blue Skies

Ben Webster (tenor sax) Johnny Guarnieri (piano) Oscar Pettiford (bass) David Booth (drums)
NYC, April 17, 1944
S5436-2Honeysuckle Rose
S5438-2Blue Skies

554   Johnny Guarnieri - I'm In The Mood For Love / That Old Black Magic

Johnny Guarnieri (piano) Slam Stewart (bass) Sammy Weiss (drums)
NYC, November 7, 1944
S5739I'm In The Mood For Love
S5741That Old Black Magic

555   Johnny Guarnieri - Firebird / Hangover (Big Head)

Johnny Guarnieri (piano) Slam Stewart (bass) Sammy Weiss (drums): same session
NYC, November 7, 1944
S5740Firebird
S5742Hangover (as Big Head)

556   Johnny Guarnieri - New Exercise In Swing / My Blue Heaven

Johnny Guarnieri (piano) Slam Stewart (bass) Sammy Weiss (drums): same personnel
NYC, September 20, 1944
S5722New Exercise In Swing
S5723My Blue Heaven

557   Johnny Guarnieri - Deuces Wild / Deuces Mind

Johnny Guarnieri (piano) Slam Stewart (bass) Sammy Weiss (drums): same session
NYC, September 20, 1944
S5720Deuces Wild
S5721Deuces Mind

558   no information

559   The Toppers - Palace Of Stone (I'm All Alone) / If Money Grew On Threes

Emmett Matthews (soprano sax, vocals) Romaine Brown (piano) Steve Gibson (guitar, vocals) David Patillo (bass) Jim Jackson (drums) Jane Spriggs (vocals)
NYC, December 8, 1944
S5756Palace Of Stone (as I'm All Alone)
S5758If Money Grew On Threes

560   Herbie Fields - Jumpin' For Savoy / How Herbie Feels

Snooky Young (trumpet) Al Hayse (trombone) Herbie Fields (tenor, alto sax) Manny Albam (baritone sax) Milt Buckner (piano) Billy Mackel (guitar) Charlie Harris (bass) Fred Radcliffe (drums)
NYC, January 12, 1945
S5774Jumpin' For Savoy
S5775How Herbie Feels

561   no information

562   Billy Moore - Liebestraum / The Chair Song

Morris Lefkowitz, Frank Siegfried (violin) Leon Frangott (viola) Armand Kaproff (cello) Ellis Larkins (piano) Billy Moore (guitar) Al Best (bass) Art Trappier (drums)
NYC, April 20, 1945
S5801Liebestraum
S5803The Chair Song

563   Billy Moore - Sweet Lorraine / Stringin' The Boogie

Morris Lefkowitz, Frank Siegfried (violin) Leon Frangott (viola) Armand Kaproff (cello) Ellis Larkins (piano) Billy Moore (guitar) Al Best (bass) Art Trappier (drums): same session
NYC, April 20, 1945
S5802Stringin' The Boogie
S5804Sweet Lorraine

564   Rubberlegs Williams - That's The Stuff You Gotta Watch / Pointless Mama Blues

Miles Davis (trumpet) Herbie Fields (clarinet, tenor sax) Teddy Brannon (piano) Al Casey (guitar) Leonard Gaskin (bass) Eddie Nicholson (drums) Rubberlegs Williams (vocals)
WOR Studios, Broadway, NYC, April 24, 1945
S5805-3That's The Stuff You Gotta Watch (mst. take 3)
S5806Pointless Mama Blues

565   Miss Rhapsody - We're Sisters Under The Skin / The Night Before Judgement Day

Freddie Webster (trumpet) Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, Walter Thomas (tenor sax) Reuben "June" Cole (piano) Harold Underhill (guitar) Billy Taylor (bass) Cozy Cole (drums) Miss Rhapsody (vocals)
NYC, May 15, 1945
S5815We're Sisters Under The Skin
S5816The Night Before Judgement Day

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567   Tiny Grimes - I'll Always Love You Just The Same / Charlie Parker - Red Cross

Charlie Parker (alto sax) Clyde Hart (piano) Tiny Grimes (guitar, vocals) Jimmy Butts (bass, vocals) Doc West (drums)
WOR Studios, Broadway, NYC, September 15, 1944
S5711-2I'll Always Love You Just The Same (take 2)
S5713-2Red Cross (orig.-take 2)

568   Johnny Mehegan - April In Paris / Lullaby In Rhythm

Johnny Mehegan (piano) Billy Moore (guitar) Al Hall (bass) Jimmy Crawford (drums)
NYC, March 27, 1945
S5798April In Paris
S5799Lullaby In Rhythm

569   Charlie Ventura - Ever So Thoughtful / Dark Eyes

Charlie Ventura (tenor sax) Arnold Ross (piano) John Levy (bass) Specs Powell (drums)
NYC, August 28, 1945
S5834Ever So Thoughtful
S5836Dark Eyes
** also issued on Savoy 832.

570   Ike Quebec - Jim Dawgs / I.Q. Blues

Ike Quebec (tenor sax) Johnny Guarnieri (piano) Bill DeArango (guitar) Milt Hinton (bass) J.C. Heard (drums)
NYC, August 7, 1945
S5829Jim Dawgs
S5831I.Q. Blues

571   Erroll Garner - Laura / Somebody Loves Me

Erroll Garner (piano) John Levy (bass) George De Hart (drums)
NYC, September 25, 1945
S5837Laura
S5839Somebody Loves Me

572   Buck Ram - Twilight In Teheran / Swing Street

Shad Collins, Frank Newton (trumpet) Tyree Glenn (trombone) Earl Bostic (alto sax) Don Byas (tenor sax) Ernie Caceres (baritone sax) Red Norvo (vibes) Teddy Wilson (piano) Remo Palmieri (guitar) Slam Stewart (bass) Cozy Cole (drums) Buck Ram (leader)
NYC, September 18, 1944
S5714Twilight In Teheran
S5716Swing Street

573   Charlie Parker - Billie's Bounce / Now's The Time

Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto sax) Dizzy Gillespie (piano) Curly Russell (bass) Max Roach (drums)
WOR Studios, Broadway, NYC, November 26, 1945
S5850-5Billie's Bounce (orig.-take 5)
S5851-4Now's The Time (orig.-take 4)
** also issued on Savoy 918 entitled "Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie - Billie's Bounce / Now's The Time".

574   Don Byas - Candy / Byas-A-Drink

Benny Harris (trumpet) Don Byas (tenor sax) Jimmy Jones (piano) John Levy (bass) Fred Radcliffe (drums)
NYC, November 26, 1945
S5845Candy
S5848Byas-A-Drink
** also issued on Savoy 919.

575   Cozy Cole - Jericho / Concerto For Cozy

Lammar Wright (trumpet) Ray Conniff (trombone) Ben Webster (tenor sax) Johnny Guarnieri (piano) Teddy Walters (guitar) Billy Taylor (bass) Cozy Cole (drums)
NYC, March 13, 1944
S5410Jericho
S5412Concerto For Cozy

576   Dexter Gordon - Blow Mr. Dexter / Dexter's Deck

Dexter Gordon (tenor sax) Sadik Hakim (piano) Gene Ramey (bass) Eddie Nicholson (drums)
NYC, October 30, 1945
D5841-3Blow Mr. Dexter
D5842Dexter's Deck
** also issued on Savoy 914.

577   Erroll Garner - Stardust / Back Home Again In Indiana

Erroll Garner (piano) John Levy (bass) George De Hart (drums)
NYC, September 25, 1945
S5838Stardust
S5840Back Home Again In Indiana

578   Pete Brown - Just Plain Shuffle / Pushin' The Mop

Ed Lewis (trumpet) Pete Brown (alto sax) Ray Parker (piano) Bill Moore (guitar) Al Matthews (bass) Ray Nathan (drums)
NYC, March 6, 1945
S5789Just Plain Shuffle
S5790Pushin' The Mop

579   Pete Brown - Midnite Blues / That's It

Ed Lewis (trumpet) Pete Brown (alto sax) Ray Parker (piano) Al Casey (guitar) Al Matthews (bass) Ray Nathan (drums)
NYC, January 20, 1945
S5786Midnite Blues
S5787That's It

580   Ben Webster - I Surrender, Dear / Kat's Fur

Ben Webster (tenor sax) Johnny Guarnieri (piano) Oscar Pettiford (bass) David Booth (drums)
NYC, April 17, 1944
S5437-1I Surrender, Dear
S5439Kat's Fur

581   Lester Young - Lester's Blues / Indiana

Lester Young (tenor sax) Count Basie (piano) Freddie Green (guitar) Rodney Richardson (bass) Shadow Wilson (drums)
NYC, May 1, 1944
S5454-1Blue Lester (as Lester's Blues)
S5456-2Indiana

582   Don Byas - Riffin' And Jivin' / Worried And Blue

Charlie Shavers (trumpet) Don Byas (tenor sax) Clyde Hart (piano, celeste) Slam Stewart (bass) Jack "The Bear" Parker (drums)
NYC, July 28, 1944
S5490Riffin' And Jivin'
S5492Worried And Blue

583   Coleman Hawkins, Cozy Cole - Riddin' The Riff / Flat Rock

Emmett Berry (trumpet) Walter Thomas (alto, tenor sax) Coleman Hawkins, Budd Johnson (tenor sax) Johnny Guarnieri (piano) Max Shopnick (bass) Cozy Cole (drums)
NYC, May 1, 1944
S5452Riddin' The Riff
S5453Flat Rock
** reissue of Savoy 513 entitled "Cozy Cole - Riddin' The Riff / Flat Rock".

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585   The Be Bop Boys - Webb City, Part 1 & 2

Kenny Dorham, Fats Navarro (trumpet) Sonny Stitt (alto sax) Morris Lane (tenor sax) Eddie DeVerteuil (baritone sax) Bud Powell (piano) Al Hall (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums) Gil Fuller (arranger)
NYC, September 6, 1946
S3352Webb City, Part 1
S3353Webb City, Part 2
** also issued on Savoy 900.

586   The Be Bop Boys - Everything's Cool, Part 1 & 2

Kenny Dorham, Fats Navarro (trumpet) Sonny Stitt (alto sax) Morris Lane (tenor sax) Eddie DeVerteuil (baritone sax) Bud Powell (piano) Al Hall (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums) Gil Fuller (arranger): same session
NYC, September 6, 1946
S3350Everything's Cool, Part 1
S3351Everything's Cool, Part 2
** also issued on Savoy 941 entitled "Fats Navarro - Everything's Cool, Part 1 & 2".

587   The Be Bop Boys - Fat Boy, Part 1 & 2

Kenny Dorham, Fats Navarro (trumpet) Sonny Stitt (alto sax) Morris Lane (tenor sax) Eddie DeVerteuil (baritone sax) Bud Powell (piano) Al Hall (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums) Gil Fuller (arranger): same session
NYC, September 6, 1946
S3348Fat Boy, Part 1
S3349Fat Boy, Part 2
** also issued on Savoy 901.

588   The Be Bop Boys - Boppin' A Riff, Part 1 & 2

Kenny Dorham, Fats Navarro (trumpet) Sonny Stitt (alto sax) Morris Lane (tenor sax) Eddie DeVerteuil (baritone sax) Bud Powell (piano) Al Hall (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums) Gil Fuller (arranger): same session
NYC, September 6, 1946
S3346Boppin' A Riff, Part 1
S3347Boppin' A Riff, Part 2

589   no information

590   Kai Winding - Grab Your Axe, Max / Always

Shorty Rogers (trumpet) Kai Winding (trombone) Stan Getz (tenor sax) Shorty Allen (piano) Iggy Shevack (bass) Shelly Manne (drums)
NYC, December 14, 1945
S5868Grab Your Axe, Max
S5869Always
** also issued on Savoy 920.

591   Herbie Fields - Run Down / Camp Meeting

Herbie Fields (tenor sax) Lionel Hampton (piano) Al Casey (guitar) Slam Stewart (bass)
NYC, May 4, 1945
S5813Run Down
Dave Page (trumpet) Herbie Fields (clarinet) Jay Peters (tenor sax) Lionel Hampton (piano) Billy Mackel (guitar) Charlie Harris (bass) George Jones (drums)
NYC, May 30, 1945
S5820Camp Meeting

592   Herbie Fields - Just Relaxin' / Four O'Clock Blues

Dave Page (trumpet) Herbie Fields (clarinet) Jay Peters (tenor sax) Lionel Hampton (piano) Billy Mackel (guitar) Charlie Harris (bass) George Jones (drums): same session
NYC, May 30, 1945
S5818Just Relaxin'
S5821Four O'Clock Blues

593   Illinois Jacquet - Jumpin' Jacquet / Blues Mood

Emmett Berry (trumpet) Illinois Jacquet (tenor sax) Bill Doggett (piano) Freddie Green (guitar) John Simmons (bass) Shadow Wilson (drums)
NYC, January 7, 1946
S5871-2Jumpin' Jacquet
S5872-1Blue Mood (as Blues Mood)

594   Emmett Berry - Minor Romp / Berry's Blues

Emmett Berry (trumpet) Illinois Jacquet (tenor sax) Bill Doggett (piano) Freddie Green (guitar) John Simmons (bass) Shadow Wilson (drums): same personnel
NYC, January 8, 1946
S5876-6Minor Romp (as Jacquet And Coat)
S5877-1Berry's Blues (as Jacquet's Blues)

595   Dexter Gordon - I Can't Escape From You / Dexter Digs In

Leonard Hawkins (trumpet -2) Dexter Gordon (tenor sax) Bud Powell (piano) Curly Russell (bass) Max Roach (drums)
NYC, January 29, 1946
1. S5880-7I Can't Escape From You
2. S5881-3Dexter Digs In

596   Red Saunders - Hallelujah / Red's Boogie Woogie

Sonny Cohn (trumpet) Antonio Cosie (alto sax) Leon Washington (tenor sax) Porter Derico (piano) Mickey Sims (bass) Red Saunders (drums)
NYC, December 7, 1945
S5855Hallelujah
S5856Red's Boogie Woogie

597   Don Byas - How High The Moon / Charlie Parker - Ko-Ko

Benny Harris (trumpet) Don Byas (tenor sax) Jimmy Jones (piano) John Levy (bass) Fred Radcliffe (drums)
NYC, November 26, 1945
S5846How High The Moon
Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet, piano) Charlie Parker (alto sax) Curly Russell (bass) Max Roach (drums)
WOR Studios, Broadway, NYC, November 26, 1945
S5853-2Ko-Ko (orig.-take 2) (as Cocoa)
** also issued on Savoy 916 entitled "Charlie Parker - Ko-Ko / Don Byas - How High The Moon".

598   Clyde Hart - Dee Dee's Dance / Little Benny

"Little" Benny Harris (trumpet) Herbie Fields (alto, tenor sax) Budd Johnson (tenor sax) Clyde Hart (piano) Chuck Wayne (guitar) Oscar Pettiford (bass) Denzil Best (drums) Joe Gregory (vocals)
NYC, December 19, 1944
S5769Dee Dee's Dance
S5770Little Benny (as King Kong)
** also issued on Savoy 921.

599   Vido Musso - Moose On The Loose / Vido In A Jam

Kai Winding (trombone) Gene Roland (valve trombone) Boots Mussulli (alto sax) Vido Musso (tenor sax) Marty Napoleon (piano) Eddie Safranski (bass) Denzil Best (drums)
NYC, February 25, 1946
S5887Moose On The Loose
S5889Vido In A Jam

Savoy 600 series (10 inch 78 rpm)

600   King Cole - I Like To Riff / On The Sunny Side Of The Street

Nat King Cole (piano, vocals) Oscar Moore (guitar) Johnny Miller (bass) Lee Young (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, April 18, 1940
AM521 | S5898I Like To Riff
AM522 | S5899On The Sunny Side Of The Street
** reissue of Ammor 108.

601   Eddie Safranski - Spellbound / Let Me Go

Lem Davis (alto sax -2) Vido Musso (tenor sax) Sanford Gold (piano) Eddie Safranski (bass) Denzil Best (drums)
NYC, February 26, 1946
1. S5892Spellbound
2. S5893Let Me Go

602   Kai's Krazy Kats - Sweet Miss / Loaded

Shorty Rogers (trumpet) Kai Winding (trombone) Stan Getz (tenor sax) Shorty Allen (piano) Iggy Shevack (bass) Shelly Manne (drums)
NYC, December 14, 1945
S5866Sweet Miss
S5867Loaded
** also issued on Savoy 922.

603   Dexter Gordon - Long Tall Dexter / Dexter Digs In

Leonard Hawkins (trumpet) Dexter Gordon (tenor sax) Bud Powell (piano) Curly Russell (bass) Max Roach (drums)
NYC, January 29, 1946
S5878-2Long Tall Dexter
S5881-3Dexter Digs In
** also issued on Savoy 923.

604   Ted Nash - Cocktails For Two / Annie Laurie

Ted Nash (tenor, alto sax) Geoffrey Clarkson (piano) Bob Leininger (bass) Max Roach (drums)
NYC, June 21, 1946
S3304Cocktails For Two
S3306Annie Laurie

605   Hot Lips Page - Dance Of The Tambourine / I Keep Rollin' On

Hot Lips Page (trumpet, vocals) Floyd "Horsecollar" Williams (alto, tenor sax) Don Byas, George Johnson (tenor sax) Clyde Hart (piano) John Simmons (bass) Sidney Catlett (drums)
NYC, June 14, 1944
S5462Dance Of The Tambourine
S5465I Keep Rollin' On
** reissue of Savoy 521.

606   Eddie Greene - King Cotton / Flight No. 39

Charles Cognata, Eddie Greene, Bob Higgins, Bill Moore (trumpet) Bobby Sherwood (trumpet, guitar, vocals) Al Chait, Dave Clark, Bob Leeman (trombone) Ray Beckenstein, Eddie Lucas (alto sax) Frank Meyers, Dave Pell (tenor sax) Evan Biken (baritone sax) Hal Becker (piano) Basil Hutchinson (guitar) Joe Genelli (bass) Roy Harte (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, February 14, 1944
S5379King Cotton (as Swingin' Eyes)
S5382Flight No. 39 (as Bombardier No. 39)

607   Lem Davis - Lovely You / G-U-M-P-E-Y

Courtney Williams (trumpet) Vic Dickenson (trombone) Lem Davis (alto sax) Sanford Gold (piano) Al Hall (bass) Denzil Best (drums)
NYC, May 10, 1946
S59040Lovely You
S59041G-U-M-P-E-Y

608   Sanford Gold - Mood Fantasie / You Took Advantage Of Me

Sanford Gold (piano) Frenchy Cavette (bass) Cozy Cole (drums)
NYC, May 8, 1946
S59029Mood Fantasie
S59031You Took Advantage Of Me

609   Don Byas - I Don't Know Why / Cherokee

Don Byas (tenor sax) Teddy Brannon (piano) Frank Skeete (bass) Fred Radcliffe (drums)
NYC, May 17, 1946
S59048I Don't Know Why
S59051Cherokee

610   no information

611   Allen Eager - Rampage / Booby Hatch

Allen Eager (tenor sax) Ed Finckel (piano) Bob Carter (bass) Max Roach (drums)
NYC, March 22, 1946
S59000Rampage
S59002Booby Hatch
** also issued on Savoy 924.

612   Dexter Gordon - Dexter's Cuttin' Out / Dexter's Minor Mad

Dexter Gordon (tenor sax) Sadik Hakim (piano) Gene Ramey (bass) Eddie Nicholson (drums)
NYC, October 30, 1945
D5843Dexter's Cuttin' Out
D5844Dexter's Minor Mad
** also issued on Savoy 917.

613   Tiny Grimes - I'll Always Love You Just The Same / Romance Without Finance

Charlie Parker (alto sax) Clyde Hart (piano) Tiny Grimes (guitar, vocals) Jimmy Butts (bass, vocals) Doc West (drums)
WOR Studios, Broadway, NYC, September 15, 1944
S5711-2I'll Always Love You Just The Same (take 2)
S5712-5Romance Without Finance (take 5)
** also issued on Savoy 925 entitled "Charlie Parker, Tiny Grimes - I'll Always Love You Just The Same / Romance Without Finance".

614   Lannie Scott - Lannie's Boogie Woogie / Barrel House Boogie

Lannie Scott (piano) John Levy (bass) Denzil Best (drums)
NYC, May 16, 1946
S59043Lannie's Boogie Woogie
S59047Barrel House Boogie

615   J.J. Johnson - Coppin' The Bop / Hey Jay Jay

J.J. Johnson (trombone) Cecil Payne (baritone sax) Bud Powell (piano) Leonard Gaskin (bass) Max Roach (drums)
NYC, June 26, 1946
S3310-1Coppin' The Bop
S3311-2Hey Jay Jay
** also issued on Savoy 926.

616   Una Mae Carlisle - That's My Man / Throw It Out Of Your Mind

John Letman (trumpet) Gene Sedric (tenor sax) Una Mae Carlisle (piano, vocals) Jimmy Shirley (guitar) Cedric Wallace (bass) Slick Jones (drums)
NYC, July 3, 1946
S3313That's My Man
S3316Throw It Out Of Your Mind

617   Una Mae Carlisle - If It Ain't Mine (Whose Is It) / I'm Crazy About My Baby

John Letman (trumpet) Gene Sedric (tenor sax) Una Mae Carlisle (piano, vocals) Jimmy Shirley (guitar) Cedric Wallace (bass) Slick Jones (drums): same session
NYC, July 3, 1946
S3314If It Ain't Mine (Whose Is It)
S3315I'm Crazy About My Baby

618   Kenny Watts - Doin' The Thing / Putnam Avenue Breakdown

Jimmy Brown, Kenny Hollon (tenor sax) Kenny Watts (piano) Carroll Walrond (bass) Ray Nathan (drums)
NYC, August 9, 1946
S3326Doin' The Thing
S3328Putnam Avenue Breakdown

619   The Be Bop Boys - Ray's Idea / Good Kick

Kenny Dorham (trumpet) Sonny Stitt (alto sax) Bud Powell (piano) Al Hall (bass) Wallace Bishop (drums)
NYC, August 23, 1946
S3341ARay's Idea
Kenny Dorham (trumpet) Sonny Stitt (alto sax) Bud Powell (piano) Al Hall (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums)
NYC, September 4, 1946
S3343AGood Kick
** also issued on Savoy 927.

620   Ike Quebec - Girl Of My Dreams / Illinois Jacquet - Don't Blame Me

Ike Quebec (tenor sax) Johnny Guarnieri (piano) Bill DeArango (guitar) Milt Hinton (bass) J.C. Heard (drums)
NYC, August 7, 1945
S5828-1Girl Of My Dreams
Emmett Berry (trumpet) Illinois Jacquet (tenor sax) Bill Doggett (piano) Freddie Green (guitar) John Simmons (bass) Shadow Wilson (drums)
NYC, January 7, 1946
S5870-1Don't Blame Me

621   Allen Eager - Vot's Dot / Don Byas - September In The Rain

Allen Eager (tenor sax) Ed Finckel (piano) Bob Carter (bass) Max Roach (drums)
NYC, March 22, 1946
S59001Vot's Dot
Don Byas (tenor sax) Teddy Brannon (piano) Frank Skeete (bass) Fred Radcliffe (drums)
NYC, May 17, 1946
S59052September In The Rain

622   Charlie Ventura - Big Deal / Vido Musso - My Jo-Ann

Charlie Ventura (tenor sax) Arnold Ross (piano) John Levy (bass) Specs Powell (drums)
NYC, August 28, 1945
S5833Big Deal
Kai Winding (trombone) Gene Roland (valve trombone) Boots Mussulli (alto sax) Vido Musso (tenor sax) Marty Napoleon (piano) Eddie Safranski (bass) Denzil Best (drums)
NYC, February 25, 1946
S5888My Jo-Ann

623   Charlie Kennedy - I Can't Give You Anything But Love / Dexter Gordon - Dexter Rides Again

Charlie Kennedy (tenor sax) Johnny Guarnieri (piano) Bill DeArango (guitar) Al McKibbon (bass) Buddy De Rocco (drums)
NYC, June 12, 1945
S5822I Can't Give You Anything But Love
Leonard Hawkins (trumpet) Dexter Gordon (tenor sax) Bud Powell (piano) Curly Russell (bass) Max Roach (drums)
NYC, January 29, 1946
S5879-1Dexter Rides Again

624   no information

625   Don Byas - They Say It's Wonderful / Cynthia's In Love

Don Byas (tenor sax) Sanford Gold (piano) Leonard Gaskin (bass) Max Roach (drums)
NYC, August 21, 1946
S3331AThey Say It's Wonderful
S3332ACynthia's In Love

626   Don Byas - September Song / St. Louis Blues

Don Byas (tenor sax) Sanford Gold (piano) Leonard Gaskin (bass) Max Roach (drums): same session
NYC, August 21, 1946
S3333ASeptember Song
S3334ASt. Louis Blues

627   Don Byas - I've Found A New Baby / Marie

Don Byas (tenor sax) Sanford Gold (piano) Leonard Gaskin (bass) Max Roach (drums): same session
NYC, August 21, 1946
S3335I've Found A New Baby
S3336Marie

628   Don Byas - London Donnie / Old Folks

Don Byas (tenor sax) Teddy Brannon (piano) Frank Skeete (bass) Fred Radcliffe (drums)
NYC, May 17, 1946
S59049London Donnie
S59050Old Folks
** also issued on Savoy 668, 763.

629   Kenny Watts - Watts My Name / Brooklyn Boogie

Jimmy Brown, Kenny Hollon (tenor sax) Kenny Watts (piano) Carroll Walrond (bass) Ray Nathan (drums)
NYC, August 9, 1946
S3325Watts My Name
S3327Brooklyn Boogie

630   Redd Foxx, Kenny Watts - Let's Wiggle A Little Boogie / Lucky Guy

Johnny Swan (trumpet) Pazzuza Simon (tenor sax) Kenny Watts (piano) Les Millington (bass) Arthur Herbert (drums) Redd Foxx (vocals)
NYC, September 30, 1946
S3358Let's Wiggle A Little Boogie
S3359Lucky Guy

631   Redd Foxx, Kenny Watts - Fine Jelly Blues / Redd Foxx Blues

Johnny Swan (trumpet) Pazzuza Simon (tenor sax) Kenny Watts (piano) Les Millington (bass) Arthur Herbert (drums) Redd Foxx (vocals): same session
NYC, September 30, 1946
S3360Fine Jelly Blues
S3361Redd Foxx Blues

632   no information

633   no information

634   no information

635   no information

636   no information

637   no information

638   no information

639   no information

640   Don Byas - Living My Life For You / To Each His Own

Don Byas (tenor sax) Sanford Gold (piano) Leonard Gaskin (bass) Max Roach (drums)
NYC, August 21, 1946
S3329Living My Life For You
S3330To Each His Own

641   no information

642   no information

643   no information

644   Pete Brown - Ooh Wee / Sunshine Blues

Pete Brown (alto sax) Kenny Watts (piano) Al Casey (guitar) Al Matthews (bass) Eddie Nicholson (drums)
NYC, July 11, 1944
S5480Ooh Wee
Pete Brown (alto sax, vocals) Kenny Watts (piano) Herman Mitchell (guitar) Al Hall (bass) Eddie Nicholson (drums)
NYC, August 1, 1944
S5498Sunshine Blues

645   Pete Brown - Back Talk Boogie / Shame On You

Ed Lewis (trumpet) Pete Brown (alto sax) Ray Parker (piano) Bill Moore (guitar) Al Matthews (bass) Ray Nathan (drums)
NYC, March 6, 1945
S5791Back Talk Boogie
Johnny Swan (trumpet) Pazzuza Simon (tenor sax) Kenny Watts (piano) Les Millington (bass) Arthur Herbert (drums) Redd Foxx (vocals)
NYC, September 30, 1946
S3362Shame On You

646   Morris Lane - Luke The Spook / Down The Lane

Morris Lane (tenor sax) Ed Swanston (piano) George Baker (guitar) Frank Skeete (bass) Bob Aviles (drums)
NYC, January 24, 1947
S3381Luke The Spook
S3382Down The Lane

647   Billy Stewart, Ray Abrams - Gloomy Sunday / In My Solitude

Fats Navarro (trumpet) Leonard Lowry (alto sax) Ray Abrams (tenor sax) Cecil Payne (baritone sax) Kenny Watts (piano) Curly Russell (bass) Lee Abrams (drums) Billy Stewart (vocals)
NYC, February 18, 1947
S3400-1Gloomy Sunday
S3402-1In My Solitude

648   Milton Buggs, Ray Abrams - I Live True To You / Fine Brown Frame

Fats Navarro (trumpet) Leonard Lowry (alto sax) Ray Abrams (tenor sax) Cecil Payne (baritone sax) Kenny Watts (piano) Curly Russell (bass) Lee Abrams (drums) Milton Buggs (vocals)
NYC, February 18, 1947
S3401-2I Live True To You
S3403-3Fine Brown Frame

649   Joe Turner, Coleman Hawkins - How Long, How Long Blues / Shake It And Break It

Danny Polo (clarinet) Benny Carter (alto sax, trumpet) Coleman Hawkins (tenor sax) Joe Sullivan (piano) Ulysses Livingston (guitar) Artie Shapiro (bass) George Wettling (drums) Joe Turner (vocals)
NYC, January 15, 1940
US1284-1How Long, How Long Blues
US1285-1Shake It And Break It
** also issued on Savoy 5544.

650   Tiny Bradshaw - These Things Are Love / I've Been Around

Shorty Haughton (trombone) Pritchard Chessman (tenor sax) Bill Davis (piano) Les Erskine (guitar) Curly Russell (bass) Bernard Glover, James Manilus (unknown instruments) Tiny Bradshaw (vocals)
NYC, March 11, 1947
S3416These Things Are Love
S3419I've Been Around

651   Illinois Jacquet - Don't Blame Me / Jacquet's Blues

Emmett Berry (trumpet) Illinois Jacquet (tenor sax) Bill Doggett (piano) Freddie Green (guitar) John Simmons (bass) Shadow Wilson (drums)
NYC, January 7, 1946
S5870-1Don't Blame Me
same personnel
NYC, January 8, 1946
S5877-1Berry's Blues (as Jacquet's Blues)

652   Charlie Parker - Donna Lee / Buzzy

Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto sax) Bud Powell (piano) Tommy Potter (bass) Max Roach (drums)
Harry Smith Studios, NYC, May 8, 1947
S3420-5Donna Lee (orig.-take 3)
S3423-5Buzzy (orig.-take)
** also issued on Savoy 928.

653   The Beale Street Gang - Raisin' The Roof / Lights Out

Pazzuza Simon (tenor sax) Milt Buckner (piano) Curly Russell (bass) Arthur Herbert (drums)
NYC, October 28, 1946
S3365Raisin' The Roof
S3366Lights Out

654   Herbie Fields - Stardust / O.K. Sarge

Herbie Fields (clarinet, tenor, alto sax) Johnny Mehegan (piano) Al Casey (guitar) Slam Stewart (bass) Lionel Hampton (drums) Al Hayse (vocals)
NYC, May 4, 1945
S5809O.K. Sarge
S5811Stardust

655   Tiny Bradshaw - If I Had A Million Dollars / Take The Hands Of The Clock

Shorty Haughton (trombone) Pritchard Chessman (tenor sax) Bill Davis (piano) Les Erskine (guitar) Curly Russell (bass) Bernard Glover, James Manilus (unknown instruments) Tiny Bradshaw (vocals)
NYC, March 11, 1947
S3417If I Had A Million Dollars
S3418Take The Hands Of The Clock

656   The Toppers - I'm All Alone (Palace Of Stone) / I'm Living For You

Emmett Matthews (soprano sax, vocals) Romaine Brown (piano) Steve Gibson (guitar, vocals) David Patillo (bass) Jim Jackson (drums) Jane Spriggs (vocals)
NYC, December 8, 1944
S5756Palace Of Stone (as I'm All Alone)
S5757I'm Living For You

657   Four Bars And A Melody - Near You / It Shouldn't Happen To A Dream

Stash O'Laughlin (piano) Eddie Wright (guitar) Richard Harris (bass) Bill Good (drums) Margie Day (vocals)
NYC, August 26, 1947
S3445It Shouldn't Happen To A Dream
S3447Near You

658   George Shearing - Have You Met Miss Jones / Buccaneer's Bounce

George Shearing (piano) Gene Ramey (bass) Denzil Best (drums)
NYC, February 3, 1947
S3388Have You Met Miss Jones
same personnel
NYC, February, 1947
S3395Buccaneer's Bounce

659   Paul Williams - Hastings Street Bounce / Way Late

John Lawton (trumpet) Walter Cox (tenor, alto sax) Paul Williams (baritone, alto sax) T.J. Fowler (piano) Hank Ivory (bass) Clarence Stamps (drums) Alex Thomas (vocals)
Detroit, MI, September 5, 1947
S3461Hastings Street Bounce
S3464Way Late

660   Kenny Hagood - Goodbye To Love / The Way You Look Tonight

Elmon Wright (trumpet) Ernie Henry, Howard Johnson (alto sax) Cecil Payne (baritone sax) John Lewis (piano) Nelson Boyd (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums) Kenny Hagood (vocals)
NYC, August 27, 1947
S3448Goodbye To Love
S3450The Way You Look Tonight

661   Paul Williams - Come With Me Baby / Thirty-Five-Thirty

John Lawton (trumpet) Walter Cox (tenor, alto sax) Paul Williams (baritone, alto sax) T.J. Fowler (piano) Hank Ivory (bass) Clarence Stamps (drums) Alex Thomas (vocals)
Detroit, MI, October 6, 1947
DET806Come With Me Baby
DET808Thirty-Five-Thirty

662   Wild Bill Moore - Bubbles / Swingin' For Pappy

Phil Guilbeau (trumpet) Wild Bill Moore (tenor sax) Paul Williams (baritone, alto sax) Floyd Taylor (piano) Herman Hopkins (bass) Reetham Mallett (drums)
Detroit, MI, November 21, 1947
D816Bubbles
D817Swingin' For Pappy

663   Charlie Ventura - Charlie Comes On / Jack Pot

Charlie Ventura (tenor sax) Arnold Ross (piano) John Levy (bass) Specs Powell (drums)
NYC, August 28, 1945
S5832Charlie Comes On
S5835Jack Pot

664   Paul Williams - Bouncing With Benson / Boogie Ride

John Lawton (trumpet) Walter Cox (tenor, alto sax) Paul Williams (baritone, alto sax) T.J. Fowler (piano) Hank Ivory (bass) Clarence Stamps (drums) Alex Thomas (vocals)
Detroit, MI, October 6, 1947
D805Bouncing With Benson
Phil Guilbeau (trumpet) Wild Bill Moore (tenor sax) Paul Williams (baritone, alto sax) T.J. Fowler (piano) Herman Hopkins (bass) Reetham Mallett (drums)
Detroit, MI, December 20, 1947
D826Boogie Ride

665   Paul Williams - The Twister, Part 1 & 2

Phil Guilbeau (trumpet) Wild Bill Moore (tenor sax) Paul Williams (baritone sax) Floyd Taylor (piano) Herman Hopkins (bass) Reetham Mallett (drums)
Detroit, MI, March 2, 1948
D836The Twister, Part 1
D837The Twister, Part 2

666   Wild Bill Moore - Harlem On Parade / We're Gonna Rock

Phil Guilbeau (trumpet) Wild Bill Moore (tenor sax) Paul Williams (baritone, alto sax) Floyd Taylor (piano) Herman Hopkins (bass) Reetham Mallett (drums)
Detroit, MI, November 21, 1947
D815Harlem On Parade
Phil Guilbeau (trumpet) Wild Bill Moore (tenor sax) Paul Williams (baritone, alto sax) T.J. Fowler (piano) Herman Hopkins (bass) Reetham Mallett (drums)
Detroit, MI, December 18, 1947
D823We're Gonna Rock, We're Gonna Roll

667   Lester Young - Blue Lester / Jump, Lester, Jump

Lester Young (tenor sax) Count Basie (piano) Freddie Green (guitar) Rodney Richardson (bass) Shadow Wilson (drums)
NYC, May 1, 1944
S5454-1Blue Lester (as Lester's Blues)
S5457-1Jump, Lester, Jump (as Lester's Savoy Jump)

668   Don Byas - London Donnie / Old Folks

Don Byas (tenor sax) Teddy Brannon (piano) Frank Skeete (bass) Fred Radcliffe (drums)
NYC, May 17, 1946
S59049London Donnie
S59050Old Folks
** reissue of Savoy 628.

669   The Beale Street Gang - Jelly Roll Jan / Jumpin' In Jack's House

Ray Abrams (tenor sax) Milt Buckner (piano) possibly Curly Russell (bass) possibly Arthur Herbert (drums)
NYC, December 8, 1947
S3480Jelly Roll Jan
S3482Jumpin' In Jack's House

670   Paul Williams - Waxie Maxie / Spider Sent Me

Phil Guilbeau (trumpet) Wild Bill Moore (tenor sax) Paul Williams (baritone sax) Floyd Taylor (piano) Herman Hopkins (bass) Reetham Mallett (drums)
Detroit, MI, March 2, 1948
D834Waxie Maxie (as Jockey Jump) (as Bouncing With Buddy, Part 1)
D835Spider Sent Me (as Bouncing With Buddy, Part 2)

671   Hal Singer - A Plug For Cliff / Corn Bread

Milton Larkins (trombone) Hal Singer (tenor sax) Wynton Kelly (piano) Franklin Skeete (bass) Heywood Jackson (drums)
NYC, circa June, 1948
S35-126A Plug For Cliff
S35-127Corn Bread

672   Earl Coleman - Please / Pennies From Heaven

unknown (piano) Al Casey (guitar) unknown (bass) Earl Coleman (vocals)
NYC, June 23, 1948
S35-130Please
S35-131Pennies From Heaven

673   Morris Lane - Morris' Lane / Summertime

Morris Lane (tenor sax) and others
NYC, June 30, 1948
S35-135Morris' Lane
S35-136Summertime

674   Paul Williams - Bouncing With Buddy, Part 1 & 2

Phil Guilbeau (trumpet) Wild Bill Moore (tenor sax) Paul Williams (baritone sax) Floyd Taylor (piano) Herman Hopkins (bass) Reetham Mallett (drums)
Detroit, MI, March 2, 1948
D834Waxie Maxie (as Jockey Jump) (as Bouncing With Buddy, Part 1)
D835Spider Sent Me (as Bouncing With Buddy, Part 2)

675   no information

676   Lester Young - I Don't Stand A Ghost Of A Chance / Indiana

Lester Young (tenor sax) Count Basie (piano) Freddie Green (guitar) Rodney Richardson (bass) Shadow Wilson (drums)
NYC, May 1, 1944
S5455-2(I Don't Stand) A Ghost Of A Chance
S5456-2Indiana

677   Morris Lane - You Go To My Head / Summertime

Morris Lane (tenor sax) and others
NYC, June 30, 1948
S35-134You Go To My Head
S35-136Summertime

678   Benny Roberts - Thriller Diller Poppa / You Had Your Chance To Grow

Benny Roberts (vocals) and others
1947-1948
Su352Thriller Diller Poppa
Su353You Had Your Chance To Grow

679   Sir Charles Thompson - Cooking With Cookie / Blue Monday Caravan

Hal Singer (tenor sax) Sir Charles Thompson (piano) unknown (guitar) unknown (bass) unknown (drums)
NYC, September 21, 1948
B904Cooking With Cookie
B905Blue Monday Caravan

680   Paul Williams - Paradise Valley Walk / Walkin' Around

John Lawton (trumpet) Walter Cox (tenor, alto sax) Paul Williams (baritone, alto sax) T.J. Fowler (piano) Hank Ivory (bass) Clarence Stamps (drums) Alex Thomas (vocals)
Detroit, MI, September 5, 1947
S3462Paradise Valley Walk
King Porter (trumpet) Wild Bill Moore (tenor sax) Paul Williams (baritone sax) unknown (piano) unknown (bass) unknown (drums)
Detroit, MI, November 20, 1947
D811Walkin' Around

681   The X-Rays - I'll Always Be In Love With You / Teddy's Dreams

Willie Moore (trumpet) Chippy Outcalt (trombone) Hal Singer (tenor sax) George Rhodes (piano) Walter Page (bass) Bobby Donaldson (drums) Milt Larkins (vocals) The X-Rays (vocal group)
NYC, December 10, 1948
S23004I'll Always Be In Love With You
S23005Teddy's Dreams
** also issued on Savoy 7007.

682   Big Jay McNeely - Wild Wig / Benson's Groove

Big Jay McNeely (tenor sax) and others
November 29, 1948
Wild Wig
Benson's Groove

683   Paul Williams - The Hucklebuck / Hoppin' John

Phil Guilbeau (trumpet) Wild Bill Moore (tenor sax) Paul Williams (baritone, alto sax) T.J. Fowler (piano) Herman Hopkins (bass) Reetham Mallett (drums)
Detroit, MI, December 20, 1947
D829Hoppin' John
Phil Guilbeau (trumpet) Miller Sam (tenor sax) Paul Williams (baritone, alto sax) Floyd Taylor (piano) Herman Hopkins (bass) Reetham Mallett (drums)
NYC, December 15, 1948
S23011The Hucklebuck

684   Dee Williams - Dee's Boogie / Bongo Blues

John Anderson (trumpet) Gene Montgomery (tenor sax) Richard Brom (baritone sax) Devonia Williams (piano) Charles Norris (guitar) Morris Edwards (bass) Roy Porter (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, February 18, 1949
SLA505-3Dee's Boogie
SLA506-1Bongo Blues

685   Big Jay McNeely - The Deacon's Hop / Artie's Jump

Big Jay McNeely (tenor sax) Bob McNeely (baritone sax) Devonia Williams (piano) unknown (bass) unknown (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, December 13, 1948
SLA502-1The Deacon's Hop
SLA503-2Artie's Jump

686   Hal Singer - Beef Stew / One For Willie

Willie Moore (trumpet) Chippy Outcalt (trombone) Hal Singer (tenor sax) George Rhodes (piano) Walter Page (bass) Bobby Donaldson (drums) Milt Larkins (vocals) The X-Rays (vocal group)
NYC, December 10, 1948
S23006Beef Stew
S23007One For Willie

687   Three B's And A Honey - Grieving For You / Buzzin' Around

Vonne Dubarry (vocals) Three B's And A Honey
Columbus, OH, January 27, 1949
24800Buzzin' Around
24802Grieving For You

688   Erroll Garner - I Cover The Waterfront / Penthouse Serenade

Erroll Garner (piano) John Simmons (bass) Alvin Stoller (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, March 29, 1949
B4400I Cover The Waterfront
B4402Penthouse Serenade

689   George Shearing - So Rare / Cozy's Bop

George Shearing (piano) Gene Ramey (bass) Denzil Best (drums)
NYC, February 3, 1947
S3387So Rare
George Shearing (piano) Curly Russell (bass) Cozy Cole (drums)
NYC, December 23, 1947
S3517Cozy's Bop

690   Wild Bill Moore - Bong Bounce / South Parkway Hop

Phil Guilbeau (trumpet) Wild Bill Moore (tenor sax) Paul Williams (baritone, alto sax) T.J. Fowler (piano) Herman Hopkins (bass) Reetham Mallett (drums)
Detroit, MI, December 18, 1947
D818Bong Bounce
D820South Parkway Hop

691   Kansas City Jimmy - Cheatin' Women / Saturday Night

Kansas City Jimmy (vocals) and others
Los Angeles, CA, March 8, 1949
SLA516-3Cheatin' Women
SLA519-4Saturday Night

692   Billy Stewart - Porgy / Day In, Day Out

Leonard Hawkins (trumpet) Ray Abrams, Coleman Hoppin (tenor sax) Cecil Payne (baritone sax) Wynton Kelly (piano) Leonard Gaskin (bass) Lee Abrams (drums) Billy Stewart (vocals)
NYC, February 18, 1949
S36-108Porgy
S36-109Day In, Day Out

693   The Beale Street Gang - Fat Stuff Boogie / Lazy Joe

Milt Buckner (piano) and others
NYC, July 11, 1948
S35-152Lazy Joe
S35-153Fat Stuff Boogie

694   Pete Brown - P.B. Boogie / Big Boy Boogie

Pete Brown (alto sax) Kenny Watts (piano) Al Casey (guitar) Al Matthews (bass) Eddie Nicholson (drums)
NYC, July 11, 1944
S5482Pete Brown's Boogie
Ed Lewis (trumpet) Pete Brown (alto sax) Ray Parker (piano) Al Casey (guitar) Al Matthews (bass) Ray Nathan (drums)
NYC, January 20, 1945
S5784Fat Man's Boogie (as Big Boy Boogie)

695   Bonnie Davis, Clem - Don't Stop Now / Upstairs

Clem Moorman (piano) Ernie Ransom (guitar) Henry Padgett (bass) Bonnie Davis (vocals)
NYC, 1942
S2020Don't Stop Now
Clem Moorman (piano) Ernie Ransom (guitar) Ed McKaine (bass) Shelly Manne (drums) Bonnie Davis (vocals)
NYC, December 10, 1945
S5860Upstairs

696   Otis Smith - I Found Out / Lew's Idea

Otis Smith
New Orleans, LA, 1948?
NO600Lew's Idea
NO601I Found Out

697   Hal Singer - Swanee River / Happy Days

Milton Larkins (trombone) Hal Singer (tenor sax) Wynton Kelly (piano) Franklin Skeete (bass) Heywood Jackson (drums)
NYC, circa June, 1948
S35-124Swanee River
William Moore (trumpet) Chippy Outcalt (trombone) Hal Singer (tenor sax) Tate Houston (baritone sax) possibly George Rhodes (piano) Walter Buchanan (bass) Butch Ballard (drums)
NYC, February 9, 1949
S36-100Happy Days

698   Deacon McNeely - Sunday Dinner / California Hop

Big Jay McNeely (tenor sax) and others
November 29, 1948
Sunday Dinner (Deacon's Hop)
Big Jay McNeely (tenor sax) Bob McNeely (baritone sax) Devonia Williams (piano) unknown (bass) unknown (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, December 13, 1948
SLA500-3California Hop

699   Sirloin Burg - Ray Day Blues / Jivin' With Jack The Bellboy

Sirloin Burg
Los Angeles, CA, May 2, 1949
SLA532Ray Day Blues
SLA533Jivin' With Jack The Bellboy (as The Rockabye)