Savoy Records Catalog: Reissue 1100, 5500 series

Savoy Reissue 1100 series (12 inch LP)

SJL 1101   Donald Byrd - Long Green: The Savoy Sessions

Donald Byrd, trumpet; Frank Foster, tenor sax; Hank Jones, piano; Paul Chambers, bass; Kenny Clarke, drums.
NYC, September 29, 1955
69039If I Love Again +
69040Gotcha Goin' And Comin'
69041Winterset
69042Long Green
69043Star Eyes
69044Someone To Watch Over Me
** reissue of Savoy MG 12032 entitled "Byrd's Word" + 1 bonus track.

SJL 1102   Herbie Mann - Be Bop Synthesis: The Savoy Sessions

Herbie Mann, flute, tenor sax; Phil Woods, alto sax; Eddie Costa, piano, vibes; Joe Puma, guitar; Wendell Marshall, bass; Bobby Donaldson, drums.
NYC, May 14, 1957
SHM70041Yardbird Suite
SHM70042Here's That Mann
SHM70043Squire's Parlor
SHM70044Opicana
SHM70045One For Tubby
SHM70046Who Knew
** reissue of Savoy MG 12108 entitled "Yardbird Suite".

SJL 1103   Gene Ammons - Red Top: The Savoy Sessions

Howard McGhee, trumpet; Gene Ammons, tenor sax; Leo Parker, baritone sax; Junior Mance, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Charles Williams, drums.
Detroit, MI, October 4, 1947
DET800El Sino +
DET801Ineta +
DET802Wild Leo +
DET803Leapin' Leo +
John Coles, trumpet; Lino Murray, trombone; Gene Ammons, tenor sax; McKinley Easton, baritone sax; John Huston, piano; unknown, guitar; Benny Stuberville, bass; George Brown, drums.
Chicago, IL, November 18, 1952
U1163Just Chips (as Chips)
U1164-2Street Of Dreams
U1165-2The Beat (as Goodtime Blues)
U1166Traveling Light
same personnel.
Chicago, IL, April 15, 1953
S302Red Top
same personnel.
Chicago, IL, June 8, 1953
U1331Fuzzy
U1332Stairway To The Stars
U1333Jim Dawgs
U1334Big Slam No. 1
-Big Slam No. 2
** reissue of Savoy MG 14033 entitled "The Golden Saxophone Of Gene Ammons" + 4 bonus tracks.

SJL 1104   Lee Morgan, Hank Mobley - A-1: The Savoy Sessions

Lee Morgan, trumpet; Hank Mobley, tenor sax; Hank Jones, piano; Doug Watkins, bass; Art Taylor, drums.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, November 5, 1956
SHM6901Hank's Shout
SHM6902Bet
SHM6903Medley: Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise / P.S. I Love You / Easy Living / That's All
same personnel.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, November 7, 1956
SHM6904Nostarsia
SHM6906A-1 +
** reissue of Savoy MG 12091 entitled "Introducing Lee Morgan" + 1 bonus track.

SJL 1105   Stan Getz - Opus De Bop: The Savoy Sessions

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
-Sweet Miss (alternate take)
S5867Loaded
-Loaded (alternate take)
S5868Grab Your Axe, Max
-Grab Your Axe, Max (alternate take)
S5869Always
Stan Getz, tenor sax; Hank Jones, piano; Curly Russell, bass; Max Roach, drums.
NYC, July 31, 1946
S3321Opus De Bop
S3322And The Angels Swing
S3323Running Water
S3324Don't Worry 'Bout Me
Earl Swope, trombone; Al Cohn, Stan Getz, Zoot Sims, tenor sax; Duke Jordan, piano; Jimmy Raney, guitar; Mert Oliver, bass; Charlie Perry, drums.
NYC, May 2, 1949
S36-126Stan Getz Along
S36-127Stan's Mood
S36-128Slow
S36-129Fast

SJL 1106   Milt Jackson - The First Q: The Savoy Sessions

Milt Jackson, vibes; John Lewis, piano; Ray Brown, bass; Kenny Clarke, drums.
NYC, August 24, 1951
3000Milt Meets Sid
3001D & E
3002Yesterdays
3003Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea
Milt Jackson, vibes; John Lewis, piano; Percy Heath, bass; Al Jones, drums.
NYC, September 18, 1951
Autumn Breeze
Moving Nicely
Round About Midnight
Bluesology
Milt Jackson, vibes; John Lewis, piano; Percy Heath, bass; Kenny Clarke, drums.
NYC, April, 1952
HL321Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise
HL322Love Me Pretty Baby
HL323Heart And Soul
HL324True Blues
** reissue of Savoy MG 12046 entitled "Modern Jazz Quartet".

SJL 1107   Charlie Parker - Encores: The Savoy Sessions

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
S5710-1Tiny's Tempo (short-take 1)
S5712-3Romance Without Finance (take 3)
S5713-1Red Cross (short-take 1)
Miles Davis, trumpet; Charlie Parker, alto sax; Dizzy Gillespie, piano #1,2; Sadik Hakim, piano #3; Curly Russell, bass; Max Roach, drums.
WOR Studios, Broadway, NYC, November 26, 1945
1. S5850-1Billie's Bounce (new-take 1)
2. S5851-3Now's The Time (new-take 3)
3. S5852-1Thriving On A Riff (new-take 1)
Miles Davis, trumpet; Charlie Parker, alto sax; Bud Powell, piano; Tommy Potter, bass; Max Roach, drums.
Harry Smith Studios, NYC, May 8, 1947
S3420-1Donna Lee (new-take 1)
S3421-2Chasin' The Bird (short-take 2)
S3422-1Cheryl (short-take 1)
S3423-2Buzzy (short-take 2)
Miles Davis, trumpet; Charlie Parker, tenor sax; John Lewis, piano; Nelson Boyd, bass; Max Roach, drums.
Harry Smith Studios, NYC, August 14, 1947
S3440-3Milestones (orig.-take 3)
S3441-2Little Willie Leaps (new-take 2)
S3442-1Half Nelson (new-take 1)
S3443-4Sippin' At Bells (new-take 4)
Miles Davis, trumpet; Charlie Parker, alto sax; Duke Jordan, piano; Tommy Potter, bass; Max Roach, drums.
United Sound Systems, Detroit, MI, December 21, 1947
D831-1Bluebird (new-take 1)
D833-1Bird Gets The Worm (new-take 1)
Miles Davis, trumpet; Charlie Parker, alto sax; John Lewis, piano; Curly Russell, bass; Max Roach, drums.
Harry Smith Studios, NYC, September 18, 1948
B900-1Barbados (new-take 1)
B900-3Barbados (new-take 3)
same personnel.
Harry Smith Studios, NYC, September 24, 1948
B908-6Perhaps (orig.-take 6)
B909-8Marmaduke (orig.-take 8)

SJL 1108   Charlie Parker - Bird At The Roost: The Savoy Sessions

Kenny Dorham, trumpet; Charlie Parker, alto sax; Al Haig, piano; Tommy Potter, bass; Max Roach, drums; Symphony Sid, announcer.
radio broadcast, "Royal Roost", NYC, February 12, 1949
Scrapple From The Apple
Barbados
Be-Bop
same personnel.
radio broadcast, "Royal Roost", NYC, February 19, 1949
Groovin' High
Confirmation
Salt Peanuts
Kenny Dorham, trumpet; Charlie Parker, alto sax; Al Haig, piano; Tommy Potter, bass; Max Roach, drums; plus Lucky Thompson, tenor sax; Milt Jackson, vibes; Dave Lambert, Buddy Stewart, vocals; Symphony Sid, announcer.
radio broadcast, "Royal Roost", NYC, February 26, 1949
Half Nelson
Night In Tunisia
Scrapple From The Apple
Kenny Dorham, trumpet; Charlie Parker, alto sax; Al Haig, piano; Tommy Potter, bass; Max Roach, drums; plus Lucky Thompson, tenor sax; Milt Jackson, vibes; Symphony Sid, announcer.
radio broadcast, "Royal Roost", NYC, March 12, 1949
Cheryl
On A Slow Boat To China
Chasin' The Bird

SJL 1109   Lester Young - Pres Lives: The Savoy Sessions

Jesse Drakes, trumpet; Lester Young, tenor sax; Kenny Drew, piano; Joe Shulman, bass; Jo Jones, drums.
"Argyle Lounge", Chicago, IL, April 2, 1950
Lester Warms Up (as Up And Adam)
I Can't Get Started
Lester's Blues No. 1 (as Big Eyes Blues)
Lester's Blues No. 2 (as Neenah)
Body And Soul
Up And Atom (as Lester's Mop Mop Blues)
How High The Moon
Pennies From Heaven
same session.
One O'Clock Jump +
Jumpin' With Symphony Sid +
** reissue of Savoy MG 12155 entitled "The Pres: Jazz Immortal Series, Volume Two" + 2 bonus tracks.

SJL 1110   John Coltrane, Wilbur Hardin - Dial Africa: The Savoy Sessions

Wilbur Harden, flugelhorn; Curtis Fuller, trombone; John Coltrane, tenor sax; Howard Williams, piano; Ali Jackson, bass; Art Taylor, drums.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, May 13, 1958
B.J.
Anedac
Once In A While
B.J. - 2 (a/k/a B.G.)
Wilbur Harden, flugelhorn; Curtis Fuller, trombone; John Coltrane, tenor sax; Tommy Flanagan, piano; Ali Jackson, bass; Art Taylor, drums.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, June 24, 1958
Dial Africa
Oomba

SJL 1111   Kenny Clarke Meets The Detroit Jazzmen

Pepper Adams, baritone sax; Tommy Flanagan, piano; Kenny Burrell, guitar; Paul Chambers, bass; Kenny Clarke, drums.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, April 30, 1956
69191Cottontail
69193Your Host
69194Tricotism +
69195Tom's Thumb
same personnel.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, May 9, 1956
69204You Turned The Tables On Me
69205Afternoon In Paris
69206Apothegh
** reissue of Savoy MG 12083 entitled "Kenny Burrell, Tommy Flanagan, Pepper Adams, Paul Chambers, Kenny Clarke - Jazzmen: Detroit" + 1 bonus track.

SJL 1112   Art Blakey And The Jazz Messengers - Mirage

Bill Hardman, trumpet; Jackie McLean, alto sax; Sam Dockery, piano; Spanky DeBrest, bass; Art Blakey, drums.
"Carl Fisher Concert Hall", NYC, March 8 & 9, 1957
Casino
The Biddie Griddies
Potpourri
Ugh!
Mirage
Reflections Of Buhaina
** reissue of Savoy MG 12171 entitled "Art Blakey And The Jazz Messengers".

SJL 1113   Charles Mingus - Jazz Workshop

John LaPorta, clarinet, alto sax; Teo Macero, tenor, baritone sax; George Barrow, baritone, tenor sax; Mal Waldron, piano; Charles Mingus, bass; Rudy Nichols, drums.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, October 31, 1954
SCM6914Purple Heart
SCM6915Gregorian Chant
SCM6916Eulogy For Rudy Williams
SCM6917Tea For Two
SCM6918Getting Together
Teo Macero, tenor sax; Wally Cirillo, piano; Charles Mingus, bass; Kenny Clarke, drums.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, January 30, 1955
SWC4654Transeason
SWC4655Rose Geranium
SWC4656Level Seven
SWC4657Smog L.A.
** reissue of Savoy MG 12059 entitled "Charlie Mingus, Wally Cirillo, Teo Macero, John La Porta - Jazz Composers Workshop (No. 2)".

SJL 1114   Donald Byrd, John Jenkins - Star Eyes

Donald Byrd, trumpet; Curtis Fuller, trombone; John Jenkins, alto sax; Tommy Flanagan, piano; Doug Watkins, bass; Art Taylor, drums.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, September 10, 1957
70118Rockaway
70119Orpheus
70120Honeylike
70121Darn That Dream +
70122Star Eyes
** reissue of Regent MG 6056 entitled "John Jenkins, Donald Byrd, Curtis Fuller, Tommy Flanagan, Doug Watkins, Art Taylor - Jazz Eyes" + 1 bonus track.

SJL 1115   John Coltrane, Wilbur Harden - Gold Coast

Wilbur Harden, flugelhorn; Curtis Fuller, trombone; John Coltrane, tenor sax; Howard Williams, piano; Ali Jackson, bass; Art Taylor, drums.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, May 13, 1958
B.J. - 1
Wilbur Harden, flugelhorn; Curtis Fuller, trombone; John Coltrane, tenor sax; Tommy Flanagan, piano; Ali Jackson, bass; Art Taylor, drums.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, June 24, 1958
Gold Coast
Tanganyika Strut
Dial Africa - 1

SJL 1116   Milt Jackson - Opus De Jazz

Frank Wess, flute; Milt Jackson, vibes; Hank Jones, piano; Eddie Jones, bass; Kenny Clarke, drums.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, October 28, 1955
69054Opus De Funk
69055Opus Pocus
69056You Leave Me Breathless
69057Opus And Interlude
** reissue of Savoy MG 12036 entitled "Milt Jackson, Frank Wess, Kenny Clarke, Hank Jones, Eddie Jones - Opus De Jazz".

SJL 1117   George Shearing - So Rare

George Shearing, piano; Gene Ramey, bass; Denzil Best, drums.
NYC, February 3, 1947
S3387So Rare
S3388Have You Met Miss Jones
same personnel.
NYC, February, 1947
S3395Buccaneer's Bounce
S3396When Darkness Falls
George Shearing, piano; Curly Russell, bass; Cozy Cole, drums.
NYC, December 23, 1947
S3515-2Bop's Your Uncle
S3516Sweet And Lovely
S3517Cozy's Bop
S3518-2Sophisticated Lady
Marjorie Hyams, vibes, piano; George Shearing, piano, accordion; Chuck Wayne, guitar; John Levy, bass; Denzil Best, drums.
NYC, January 31, 1949
D148 | D226Cherokee
D149 | D225Four Bars Short
D150 | D222Bebop's Fables
D151 | D221Midnight On Cloud 69
D152 | D224Sorry Wrong Rhumba
D153 | D223Cotton Top
D154 | D220Moon Over Miami
D155 | D219Life With Feather

SJL 1118   Erroll Garner - Yesterdays

Erroll Garner, piano; Mike Bryan, guitar; Slam Stewart, bass; Doc West, drums.
NYC, January 30, 1945
S5780BPlay Fiddle, Play
S5781BDark Eyesky
S5782ALaff, Slam, Laff
S5783AJumpin' At The Deuces
Erroll Garner, piano; John Simmons, bass; Alvin Stoller, drums.
Los Angeles, CA, March 29, 1949
B4404September Song
B4406-2All The Things You Are
B4410Yesterdays
B4412Cottage For Sale
BOP211I Only Have Eyes For You
Erroll Garner, piano; Leonard Gaskin, bass; Charlie Smith, drums.
NYC, August, 1949
PO-250On The Sunny Side Of The Street
PO-251Rosalie
PO-252Everything Happens To Me
PO-253Stairway To The Stars

SJL 1119   Booker Ervin - Down In The Dumps

Richard Williams, trumpet; Booker Ervin, tenor sax; Horace Parlan, piano; George Tucker, bass; Danny Richmond, drums.
Medallion Studio, Newark, NJ, November 26, 1960
SBE6401Dee Da Do
SBE6402Mr. Wiggles
SBE6403You Don't Know What Love Is
SBE6404Down In The Dumps
SBE6405Well, Well
SBE6406Autumn Leaves
Billy Howell, trumpet; Booker Ervin, tenor sax; Nat Phipps, piano; George Tucker, bass; Al Harewood, drums; Barbara Long, vocals.
Medallion Studio, Newark, NJ, January 5, 1961
SBL750When You're Smiling +
same personnel.
Medallion Studio, Newark, NJ, January 10, 1961
SBL757Trolley Song +
** reissue of Savoy MG 12154 entitled "Booker Ervin Quintet - Cookin'" + 2 bonus tracks.

SJL 1120   Kenny Burrell With Frank Wess - Monday Stroll

Frank Wess, flute; Kenny Burrell, Freddie Green, guitar; Eddie Jones, bass; Kenny Clarke, drums.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, June 20, 1956
69230Wess Side
69231Kansas City Side
69232East Wind
69233Over The Rainbow
69234Southern Exposure
Frank Wess, tenor sax, flute; Kenny Burrell, Freddie Green, guitar; Eddie Jones, bass; Gus Johnson, drums.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, January 5, 1957
SFW6927Woolafun's Lament +
SFW6928Monday Stroll +
** reissue of Savoy MG 12085 entitled "Frank Wess, Kenny Burrell, Freddie Green, Eddie Jones, Kenny Clarke - Opus In Swing" + 2 bonus tracks.

SJL 1121   Charlie Byrd - Midnight Guitar

Charlie Byrd, guitar; Keeter Betts, bass; Gus Johnson, drums.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, August 4, 1957
Blues For The Night People: First Show
Blues For The Night People: 2:00 A.M.
Blues For The Night People: Four O'Clock Funk
Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gave To Me
Blue Prelude
This Can't Be Love
Jive At Five
** reissue of Savoy MG 12116 entitled "Blues For Night People".

SJL 1122   George Wallington Quintet - Dance Of The Infidels

Donald Byrd, trumpet; Phil Woods, alto sax; George Wallington, piano; Knobby Totah, bass; Nick Stabulas, drums.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, November 14, 1957
Dance Of The Infidels
Strange Music
Before Dawn
Ow
'S Make 'T
** reissue of Savoy MG 12122 entitled "The George Wallington Quintet - Jazz At Hotchkiss".

SJL 1123   Coleman Hawkins Meets The Big Sax Section

Marshall Royal, Frank Wess, alto sax; Frank Foster, Coleman Hawkins, tenor sax; Charlie Fowlkes, baritone sax; Nat Pierce, piano; Freddie Greene, guitar; Eddie Jones, bass; Bobby Donaldson, drums; Billy Ver Planck, arranger, conductor.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, April 24, 1958
There Is Nothin' Like A Dame
Ooga Dooga
Thanks For The Misery
An Evening At Papa Joe's
I've Grown Accustomed To Your Face
Thanks For The Misery (1) +
** reissue of World Wide MGS-20001 entitled "The Saxophone Section" + 1 bonus track.

SJL 1124   Hank Jones - Solo Piano

Hank Jones, piano.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, July 9, 1956
69234Teddy's Dream
69235It Had To Be You
69237Gone With The Wind
same personnel.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, August 8, 1956
Heart And Soul
But Not For Me
Have You Met Miss Jones
You Don't Know What Love Is
How About You
same personnel.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, August 20, 1956
69238Body And Soul
69240Solo Blues
69241Let's Fall In Love
69242Kankakee Shout
** reissue of Savoy MG 12084 entitled "Have You Met Hank Jones".

SJL 1125   Hank Mobley With Kenny Clarke - Hard Bop

Donald Byrd, trumpet #1,2,4; Hank Mobley, tenor sax; Ronnie Ball, piano; Doug Watkins, bass; Kenny Clarke, drums.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, February 8, 1956
1. 69143There Will Never Be Another You
2. 69144Cattin'
3. 69145Madeline
4. 69146When I Fall In Love
Donald Byrd, trumpet; Hank Mobley, tenor sax; Barry Harris, piano; Doug Watkins, bass; Kenny Clarke, drums.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, July 23, 1956
69253B. For B.B.
69254Space Flight
69255Blues Number Two
Lee Morgan, trumpet; Hank Mobley, tenor sax; Hank Jones, piano; Doug Watkins, bass; Art Taylor, drums.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, November 7, 1956
SHM6905Thad's Blues
SHM6907Doug's Minor B'ok

SJL 1126   The Progressive Al Cohn

Al Cohn, tenor sax; George Wallington, piano; Tommy Potter, bass; Tiny Kahn, drums.
NYC, July 29, 1950
T103Groovin' With Gus
T104Infinity
T105How Long Has This Been Going On
T106Let's Get Away From It All
Nick Travis, trumpet; Al Cohn, tenor sax; Horace Silver, piano; Curley Russell, bass; Max Roach, drums.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, June 23, 1953
I'm Tellin' Ya
Jane Street
Ah-Moore
That's What You Think
That's What You Think - 1 +
** reissue of Savoy MG 12048 entitled "Al Cohn's Tones" + 1 bonus track.

SJL 1127   Billy Eckstine Sings

Boonie Hazel, Shorty McConnell, Fats Navarro, Raymond Orr, trumpet; Walter Knox, Chippy Outcalt, Howard Scott, Gerald Valentine, trombone; John Cobbs, Budd Johnson, alto sax; Gene Ammons, Arthur Simmons, tenor sax; Teddy Cypron, baritone sax; Richard "Duke" Ellington, piano; Connie Wainwright, guitar; Tommy Potter, bass; Art Blakey, drums; Billy Eckstine, vocals.
NYC, September, 1945
NSC61My Deep Blue Dream
NSC63A Penny For Your Thoughts
Kenny Dorham, Boonie Hazel, Shorty McConnell, Raymond Orr, trumpet; Chippy Outcalt, Robert Scott, Gerald Valentine, trombone; Norris Turney, Bob "Junior" Williams, alto sax; Gene Ammons, Arthur Simmons, tenor sax; Tate Houston, baritone sax; possibly Richard Ellington, piano; Connie Wainwright, guitar; Bill McMahon, bass; Art Blakey, drums; Billy Eckstine, vocals.
NYC, January 3, 1946
NSC104I've Got To Pass Your House
Fats Navarro, trumpet; Josh Jackson, tenor sax; Leo Parker, baritone sax; possibly Jimmy Golden, piano; replaces Dorham, Simmons, Houston, Ellington.
NYC, February, 1946
NSC116Gloomy Sunday
Miles Davis, Hobart Dotson, Leonard Hawkins, King Kolax, trumpet; Water Knox, Chippy Outcalt, Gerald Velentine, trombone; John Cobbs, Sonny Stitt, alto sax; Gene Ammons, Arthur Sammons, tenor sax; Cecil Payne, baritone sax; Linton Garner, piano; Connie Wainwright, guitar; Tommy Potter, bass; Art Blakey, drums; Billy Eckstine, vocals, valve trombone.
Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, October 5, 1946
NSC165I Love The Loveliness Of You
Ray Linn, trumpet; Gerald Vlentine, trombone; Sonny Criss, alto sax; Wardell Gray, tenor sax; Warren Bracken, piano; unknown, guitar; Shifty Henry, bass; Tim Kennedy, drums; Billy Eckstine, vocals, valve trombone.
Los Angeles, CA, April 21, 1947
NSC257All Of Me
NSC258Where Are You
NSC259Prelude To A Kiss
NSC261What's New
same personnel.
Los Angeles, CA, April 27, 1947
I Surrender, Dear
Memories Of You
Our Love
There Are Such Things
Say It Isn't So
I Do, Do You
Blues

SJL 1128   Nat Adderley - That's Nat!

Nat Adderley, cornet; Jerome Richardson, tenor sax, flute; Hank Jones, piano; Wendell Marshall, bass; Kenny Clarke, drums.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, July 26, 1955
SNA69001Porky
SNA69002Kuzzin's Buzzin'
SNA69003Big "E"
SNA69004Ann Springs
SNA69005I Married An Angel
SNA69006You Better Go Now
** reissue of Savoy MG 12021 entitled ""That's Nat" Adderley".

SJL 1129   Charlie Parker - Bird/Encores, Vol. 2

no details.

SJL 1130   Milt Jackson, Kenny Clarke With Winni Brown - Bluesology

Kenny Dorham, trumpet, piano; Julius Watkins, French horn; Billy Mitchell, tenor sax; Milt Jackson, vibes, piano; Curly Russell, bass; Kenny Clarke, drums; Joe Harris, timbales.
NYC, January 25, 1949
KC171CConglomeration
KC172ABruz
KC173CYou Go To My Head
KC174BRoll 'Em Bags
KC175BFaultless
KC176BHey Frenchy
Wini Brown, vocals; with unknown, trumpet; unknown, alto sax; unknown, tenor sax; Charlie Fowlkes, baritone sax; Milt Jackson, vibes; unknown, piano; unknown, bass; possibly Kenny Clarke, drums.
NYC, February 21, 1949
NSC464-4My Brand Of Honey
NSC465-3He's Good Enough For Me
Bill Massey, trumpet; Julius Watkins, French horn; Billy Mitchell, tenor sax; Milt Jackson, vibes; Walter Bishop Jr., piano; Nelson Boyd, bass; Roy Haynes, drums.
NYC, February 23, 1949
S36-110Hearing Bells
S36-111Junior
S36-112Bluesology
S36-113Bubu
Junior - 4
Bluesology - 2

SJL 1131   Charlie Byrd - First Flight

Tom Newson, flute, tenor sax; Charlie Byrd, guitar; Al Lucas, bass; Bobby Donaldson, drums.
NYC, February 4, 1957
SCB6946Prelude
SCB6947My Funny Valentine
SCB6948Little Girl Blue
SCB6949My Heart Stood Still
SCB6950Interlude
SCB6951A Foggy Day
SCB6952Spanish Guitar Blues
SCB6953Chuck-A-Tuck
SCB6954Homage To Charlie Christian
SCB6956Spring Is Here
** reissue of Savoy MG 12099 entitled "Jazz Recital".

SJL 1132   Charlie Parker - One Night In Chicago

Charlie Parker, alto sax; Claude McLin, tenor sax; Chris Anderson, piano; George Freeman, guitar; Leroy Jackson, bass; Bruz Freeman, drums.
live at unknown dance hall, Chicago, IL, fall 1950
There's A Small Hotel
These Foolish Things
Keen And Peachy
Hot House
Bird, Bass And Out
Goodbye

SJL 1133   Lester Young With Earle Warren & Johnny Guarnieri - Master Takes

no details.

SJL 1134   Johnny Hartman - First, Lasting & Always...

Tyree Glenn, trombone, vibes; Budd Johnson, tenor sax; Sanford Gold, piano; Carmen Mastren, guitar; John Simmons, bass; Cozy Cole, drums; Johnny Hartman, vocals; Danny Mendelson, strings arranger.
December, 1947
Why Must I Be Tormented
What's To Become Of Me
Just You, Just Me
A Woman Always Understands
I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart
I'll Never Smile Again
Just Awearying For You
Why Was I Born
Sometimes Remind Me To Tell You
There Goes My Heart
** reissue of Regent MG 6048 entitled "Johnny Hartman Sings - Just You, Just Me...".

SJL 1135   Curtis Fuller - Blues-ette

Curtis Fuller, trombone; Benny Golson, tenor sax; Tommy Flanagan, piano; Jimmy Garrison, bass; Al Harewood, drums.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, May 21, 1959
Five Spot After Dark
Undecided
Blues-ette
Minor Vamp
Love, Your Spell Is Everywhere
Twelve-Inch
** reissue of Savoy MG 12141 entitled "Curtis Fuller's Quintet - Blues ette".

SJL 1136   Frank Wess - I Hear Ya Talkin'

Thad Jones, trumpet; Curtis Fuller, trombone; Frank Wess, flute, alto, tenor sax; Charlie Fowlkes, baritone sax; Hank Jones, piano; Eddie Jones, bass; Gus Johnson, drums.
Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, December 8, 1959
I Hear Ya Talkin'
Liz
Boop-Pe-Doop
Opus De Blues
Struttin' Down Broadway
** reissue of Savoy MG 12142 entitled "Frank Wess, Thad Jones, Curtis Fuller, Charlie Fowlkes, Hank Jones, Eddie Jones, Gus Johnson - Opus De Blues".

SJL 1137   Brownie McGhee & Sonny Terry - Climbin' Up

Sticks McGhee, guitar; Brownie McGhee, guitar, vocals.
NYC, January 3, 1952
SBM5516Dissatisfied Blues
SBM5517Diamond Ring
SBM5518The Way I Feel
SBM5519So Much Trouble
Sonny Terry, harmonica; Brownie McGhee, guitar, vocals; unknown, bass; unknown, drums.
NYC, March 3, 1952
SBM5100Bottom Blues
SBM5101Tell Me Baby
SBM5102Sittin' Pretty
SBM5103Gone, Baby, Gone
Sonny Terry, harmonica; Ernie Hayes, piano; Mickey Baker, guitar; Brownie McGhee, guitar, vocals; Leonard Gaskin, bass; Gene Brooks, drums.
NYC, October 3, 1955
SBM6754When It's Love Time
SBM6755I'd Love To Love You
SBM6756Love's A Disease
SBM6757My Fault
** reissue of Savoy MG 14019 entitled "Brownie McGhee, Sonny Terry - Back Country Blues".

SJL 1138   Hank Jones - Relaxin' At Camarillo

Hank Jones, piano; Paul Chambers, bass; Kenny Clarke, drums; + Bobby Jaspar, flute.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, August 21, 1956
Moonlight Becomes You
Relaxin' At Camarillo
Minor Contention
Sunday In Savannah +
Spontaneous Combustion
** reissue of Savoy MG 12087 entitled "Hank Jones Trio Plus The Flute Of Bobby Jaspar" + 1 bonus track.

SJL 1139   7th Ave. Stompers - Fidgety Feet

Emmett Berry, trumpet; Vic Dickenson, trombone; Buster Bailey, clarinet; Red Richards, piano; Al Lucas, bass; Bobby Donaldson, drums, leader.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, May 22, 1958
Fidgety Feet
Basin Street Blues
Muskrat Ramble
How Come You Do Me Like You Do
Struttin' With Some Barbecue
Yellow Dog Blues
Sunday
St. Louis Blues
Joe Wilder, trumpet; Vic Dickenson, trombone; Seldon Powell, tenor sax; Ernie Hayes, organ; Bucky Pizzarelli, guitar; Al Lucas, bass; Bobby Donaldson, drums.
Beltone Studio, NYC, December 15, 1958
SBD70443Ferry Boat Romp +
SBD70467Blues Like They Used To Be +
** reissue of World Wide MGS-20005 entitled "Bobby Donaldson's 7th Avenue Stompers - Dixieland New York" + 2 bonus tracks.

SJL 1140   Joe Williams - Everyday I Have The Blues

King Kolax, trumpet, leader; Bennie Green, trombone; Dick Davis, tenor sax; Prentice McCarey, piano; Ike Perkins, guitar; Cowboy Martin, bass; Kansas Fields, drums; Joe Williams, vocals.
Chicago, IL, 1951
Every Day (as Everyday a/k/a (Everyday I Have The Blues))
They Didn't Believe Me
Kansas City Blues
King Kolax, trumpet, leader; Bennie Green, trombone; Dick Davis, tenor sax; Prentice McCarey, piano; Ike Perkins, guitar; Cowboy Martin, bass; Kansas Fields, drums; Joe Williams, vocals; and vocal choir.
Safe, Sane And Single
Sonny Cohn, trumpet; Riley Hampton, alto sax; Leon Washington, tenor sax; McKinley Easton, baritone sax; Earl Washington, piano; Ike Perkins, guitar; Walt Champion, bass, sax; Red Saunders, drums, leader; Joe Williams, vocals.
Chicago, IL, September 28, 1953
It's Raining Again
Always On The Blue Side
same personnel.
Chicago, IL, around September 28, 1953
Detour Ahead
SJW1100-1Blow Mr. Low
SJW1101-1Time For Moving
When The Sun Goes Down (as In The Evening)
** reissue of Regent MG 6002 entitled "Joe Williams Sings - Everyday".

SJL 1141   Sun Ra - We Are In The Future

Bernard McKinney, euphonium, trombone; Marshall Allen, alto sax, morrow, flute; John Gilmore, tenor sax, bass clarinet; Pat Patrick, baritone sax; Sun Ra, piano; Ronald Boykins, bass; Willie Jones, drums; Ricky Murray, vocals; featuring Leah Ananda, congas; Additional instrumentation: bells from India, Chinese wind chimes, wood blocks, maracas, claves, scratchers, gongs, cow bells, Turkish cymbals, castenets.
Medallion Studio, Newark, NJ, October 10, 1961
SSR7470Bassism
SSR7471Of Sounds And Something Else
SSR7472What's That?
SSR7473Where Is Tomorrow?
SSR7474The Beginning
SSR7475New Day
SSR7476Tapestry From An Asteroid
SSR7477Jet Flight
SSR7478Looking Outward
SSR7479Space Jazz Reverie
SSR7480China Gates
** reissue of Savoy MG 12169 entitled "The Futuristic Sounds Of Sun Ra".

SJL 1142   Pepper Adams - Pure Pepper

Bernard McKinney, euphonium; Pepper Adams, baritone sax; Hank Jones, piano; George Duvivier, bass; Elvin Jones, drums.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, November 19, 1957
Bloos, Blooze, Blues
Seein' Red
Like...What Is This?
Skippy
Seein' Red (alternate) +
** reissue of Regent MG 6066 entitled "The Cool Sound Of Pepper Adams" + 1 bonus track.

SJL 1143   Big Maybelle - Roots Of R'n'R, Blues And Early Soul, Vol. 13

no details.

SJL 1144   Chuck Wayne, Brew Moore, Zoot Sims - Tasty Pudding

Brew Moore, tenor sax; Harvey Leonard, piano; Chuck Wayne, guitar; George Duvivier, bass; Ed Shaughnessy, drums.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, April 13, 1953
412533-3You Brought A New Kind Of Love To Me
412531-3S.S. Cool
412532-2Mary Ann
Zoot Sims, tenor sax; Harvey Leonard, piano; Chuck Wayne, guitar; George Duvivier, bass; Ed Shaughnessy, drums.
Butterfingers (as Butter Fingers)
FL113While My Lady Sleeps
FL112Tasty Pudding
FL111Prospecting
FL110Sidewalks Of Cuba
Johnny Mehegan, piano; Chuck Wayne, guitar; Vinnie Burke, bass; Joe Morello, drums.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, June 10, 1954
SJM4573Taking A Chance On Love
SJM4574Sirod
SJM4575Uncus
SJM4576Stella By Starlight
** reissue of Savoy MG 12077 entitled "Chuck Wayne - The Jazz Guitarist".

SJL 1145   Little Jimmy Scott

Budd Johnson, tenor sax, bass clarinet; Howard Biggs, piano, arranger; Mundell Lowe, guitar; Charles Mingus, bass; Rudy Nichols, drums; Jimmy Scott, vocals.
NYC, February 5, 1955
WJS4662When Did You Leave Heaven
WJS4663Guilty
WJS4664Everybody Needs Somebody
WJS4665Why Don't You Open Your Heart
Dave McRae, alto, baritone sax; George Berg, tenor sax; Howard Biggs, piano, arranger; George Barnes, guitar; Al Hall, bass; Dave Bailey, drums; Jimmy Scott, vocals.
NYC, April 22, 1955
SJS6640Time On My Hands
SJS6641Imagination
SJS6642Very Truly Yours
SJS6643Don't Cry Baby
SJS6644How Can I Go On
George Berg, tenor sax; Phil Kraus, vibes; Howard Biggs, piano, arranger; Sal Salvador, guitar; Jack Lesberg, bass; Cliff Leeman, drums; Jimmy Scott, vocals.
NYC, June 23, 1955
4712Street Of Dreams
4713Someone To Watch Over Me
Budd Johnson, tenor sax; Howard Biggs, piano, arranger; Everett Barksdale, guitar; Wendell Marshall, bass; Kenny Clarke, drums; Jimmy Scott, vocals.
NYC, October 14, 1955
SJS6764The Show Goes On
** reissue of Savoy MG 12027 entitled "Jimmy Scott - Very Truly Yours".

SJL 1146   Billy Wright - Goin' Down Slow: Blues, Soul And Early R 'N' R, Vol. 14

no details.

SJL 1147   Hal Singer - Rent Party

no details.

SJL 1148   Paul Bley With Steve Swallow & Pete LaRoca - Floater

Paul Bley, piano; Steve Swallow, bass; Pete La Roca, drums.
Medallion Studio, Newark, NJ, August 17, 1962
SPB6464Floater
SPB6465When Will The Blues Leave
SPB6467Around Again
SPB6469Stereophrenic
SPB6470Crossroads (as The Circle With The Hole In The Middle)
same personnel.
Medallion Studio, Newark, NJ, September 12, 1963
SPB63-266Turns
SPB63-267Ballad No. 4

SJL 1149   Nappy Brown - Don't Be Angry!

no details.

SJL 1150   The Jive Bombers - Bad Boy

no details.

SJL 1151   The Majestic Mildred Bailey

no details.

SJL 1152   Fletcher Henderson - The Crown King Of Swing

no details.

SJL 1153   Carolina Slim - Blues Go Away From Me

Ed Harris, guitar, vocals.
NYC, March 22, 1951
CS497NII'll Get By Somehow
CS498NIBlues Knocking At My Door
CS499NIWorry You Off My Mind
Ed Harris, guitar, vocals; unknown, drums.
NYC, June 14, 1951
AS23001Blues Go Away From Me
AS23002Shake Boogie
AS23003Worrying Blues
AS23004Slow Freight Blues
AS23005Rag Mama
AS23006Sugaree
Eddie Harris, guitar, vocals; unknown, drums.
NYC, June 5, 1952
ALJ3656Wine Head Baby
ALJ3657One More Drink
Carolina Boogie
** reissue of Sharp MG-2002 entitled "Blues From The Cotton Fields".

SJL 1154   Dexter Gordon - Master Takes: The Savoy Recordings

no details.

SJL 1155   Little Jimmy Scott - All Over Again

Howard Biggs, piano, arranger; Bucky Pizzarelli, guitar; Lloyd Trotman, bass; Bunny Shawker, drums; Jimmy Scott, vocals; 5 violins.
December 1, 1959
SJS70674The Masquerade Is Over
SJS70675Once
SJS70676What Good Would It Be
Julius Brand, Julius Held, Sy Miroff, Felix Orlewitz, Paul Winter, violin; Dave Mankovitz, Isadore Zir, viola; Maurice Brown, cello; Robert Banks, piano; Charles May, guitar; Abie Baker, bass; Bobby Donaldson, drums; Jimmy Scott, vocals; Howard Biggs, arranger.
January 13, 1960
SJS70685The Way You Look Tonight
SJS70686Things That Are Love, Part 1
SJS70687Things That Are Love, Part 2
SJS70688Everybody's Somebody's Fool
Sy Miroff, Felix Orlewitz, David Soyer, Paul Winter, violin; Isadore Zir, viola; Maurice Brown, cello; Robert Banks, piano; Hy White, guitar; Al Lucas, bass; Paul Gusman, drums; Jimmy Scott, vocals.
April 7, 1960
SJS9924Motherless Child
SJS9926If I Ever Lost You
SJS9927Please Forgive Me
SJS9928How Else
SJS9929If You Are But A Dream
SJS9945An Evening In Paradise
** reissue of Savoy MG 12150 entitled "The Fabulous Songs Of Jimmy Scott".

SJL 1156   The Ravens - Old Man River: Roots Of Rock And Roll, Vol. 15

no details.

SJL 1157   Various Artists - Mr. Santa's Boogie (Santa's Secret)

no details.

SJL 1158   Tommy Flanagan - It's Magic

Curtis Fuller, trombone; Sonny Redd, alto sax; Tommy Flanagan, piano; George Tucker, bass; Louis Hayes, drums.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, September 5, 1957
70107Two Ton
70108It's Magic
70109My One And Only Love
70110They Didn't Believe Me
70111Soul Station
70112Club Car
70113Upper Berth
** reissue of Regent MG 6055 entitled "Curtis Fuller, Sonny Redd, Tommy Flanagan, George Tucker, Louis Hayes - Jazz...It's Magic!".

SJL 1159   Helen Humes - E-Baba-Le-Ba: The Rhythm And Blues Years

no details.

SJL 1160   The Tenors Of Bill Barron, Booker Ervin - The Hot Line

Bill Barron, Booker Ervin, tenor sax; Kenny Barron, piano; Larry Ridley, bass; Andy Cyrille, drums.
Medallion Studio, Newark, NJ, March 31, 1962
SBB6335Bill's Boogie
SBB6336Groovin'
SBB6337Now's The Time
SBB6338A Cool One
SBB6339Jelly Roll
SBB6340Playhouse March
SBB6341Billie's Bounce +
SBB6342Work Song
** reissue of Savoy MG 12183 entitled "The Tenor Of Bill Barron - Hot Line" + 1 bonus track.

SJL 1161   Dud Bascomb - Tuxedo Junction

Dud Bascomb, Taft Jordan, trumpet; Dickie Harris, trombone; Arthur Clarke, alto sax; Sam "The Man" Taylor, tenor sax; Haywood Henry, baritone sax; Ernie Hayes, piano; Carl Lynch, guitar; Teddy Cromwell, bass; Shep Shepherd, drums; Sammy Lowe, arranger.
NYC, November 9, 1959
SDB70661Tuxedo Junction
SDB70662Geechie Blues
SDB70663Now's The Time
SDB70664Happy Horns
Dud Bascomb, Taft Jordan, trumpet; Dickie Harris, trombone; Reuben Phillips, alto sax; Sam "The Man" Taylor, tenor sax; Haywood Henry, baritone sax; Ernie Hayes, piano, organ; Skeeter Best, guitar; Teddy Cromwell, bass; Shep Shepherd, drums; Dud Bascomb, vocals #1,3,4,6; Sammy Lowe, arranger.
January 14, 1960
1. SDB70690Blue Grass
2. SDB70691Hoz
3. SDB70692Little Brown Jug
4. SDB70693Love Nest
5. SDB70694Please Be Kind
6. SDB70695Have Horn, Will Travel
Dud Bascomb, Taft Jordan, trumpet; Arthur Clarke, Seldon Powell, tenor sax; Haywood Henry, baritone sax; Ernie Hayes, piano, organ; Everett Barksdale, guitar; Teddy Cromwell, bass; Shep Shepherd, drums; Sammy Lowe, arranger.
February 4, 1960
SDB70727On The Alamo
SDB70728Accent On Youth
SDB70730On Down The Line
SDB70731My Extraordinary Gal
SDB70732Dreamy

SJL 1162   Jack Teagarden And His Orchestra - Varsity

no details.

SJL 1163   Wini Brown With Milt Jackson - Miss Brown For You

Wini Brown, vocals; overdub; group previously recorded: possibly Ake "Stan" Hasselgard, clarinet; possibly Gene DiNovi or Barbara Carroll, piano; Chuck Wayne, electric guitar; possibly Clyde Lombardi, bass; second clarinet (overdub) heard on 2nd & 4th titles; unknown trumpet heard on 4th title.
NYC, November 27, 1948
NSC412-2I'll Live True To You
NSC413-2I Met A Stranger
NSC414-2An Ordinary Guy
NSC415-2I Only Have Eyes For You (instrumental rendition)
NSC415-3I Only Have Eyes For You (vocal rendition)
Wini Brown, vocals; with unknown, trumpet; unknown, alto sax; unknown, tenor sax; Charlie Fowlkes, baritone sax; Milt Jackson, vibes; unknown, piano; unknown, bass; possibly Kenny Clarke, drums.
NYC, February 21, 1949
NSC464-1My Brand Of Honey (take #1)
NSC464-3My Brand Of Honey (take #3)
NSC465-2He's Good Enough For Me
NSC466-1If Love Is Trouble
NSC467-1Grieving For You (take #1)
NSC467-2Grieving For You (take #2)
Wini Brown, vocals; with unknown, trumpet; probably Charlie Fowlkes, baritone sax; unknown, reeds; unknown, piano; unknown, bass; unknown, drums.
NYC, August 1, 1949
NSC490-1The Sun's Gonna Shine
NSC491-1If It's The Last Thing I Do
NSC492-1He's My Daddy (a/k/a Wini's Blues)
NSC493-1Someone To Watch Over Me

SJL 1164   Bill Hardman Quintet - Saying Something

Bill Hardman, trumpet; Sonny Red Kyner, alto sax; Ron Mathews, piano; Bob Cunningham, bass #1,4; Doug Watkins, bass #2,3,5-7; Jimmy Cobb, drums.
Medallion Studio, Newark, NJ, October 18, 1961
1. SWH1891Capers
2. SWH1892Jo B
3. SWH1893Assunta
4. SWH1896It Ain't Happened Yet
5. SWH1897Angel Eyes
6. SWH1898With Malice Toward None +
7. SWH1899Buckeye Blues
** reissue of Savoy MG 12170 entitled "The Bill Hardman Quintet - Saying Something" + 1 bonus track.

SJL 1165   Sonny Stitt - Symphony Hall Swing

Sonny Stitt, tenor sax; Fletcher Peck, piano; John Simmons, bass; Jo Jones, drums.
NYC, November 20, 1952
1138-1They Say It's Wonderful (alternate take)
1138-2They Say It's Wonderful
1139-2Why Do I Love You (alternate take)
1139-3Why Do I Love You
1140-1Symphony Hall Swing (alternate take)
1140-2Symphony Hall Swing (as Mass Ave Swing)
1141-1Sonny's Bunny (alternate take)
1141-2Sonny's Bunny
Sonny Stitt, alto sax; Dolo Coker, piano; Edgar Willis, bass; Kenny Dennis, drums.
Capitol Studios, NYC, late 1956 or January 23, 1957
tk.1Sweet Georgia Brown (alternate take)
-Blues For Yard (alternate take 1)
tk.2Blues For Yard (alternate take 2)
tk.1Harlem Nocturne (alternate take)

SJL 1166   Thelonious Monk With The Gigi Gryce Quartet / Herbie Nichols

Herbie Nichols, piano; possibly Danny Barker, guitar; Chocolate Williams, bass; Shadow Wilson, drums; Chocolate Williams, vocals.
NYC, March 6, 1952
HL311My Lady Gingersnap (as Lady Ginger Snaps)
HL312Good Story Blues
Herbie Nichols, piano; possibly Danny Barker, guitar; Chocolate Williams, bass; Shadow Wilson, drums.
HL313Who's Blues
HL314'S Wonderful
HL314-?'S Wonderful (alternate take)
HL315Nichols And Dimes
HL315-?Nichols And Dimes (alternate take)
Gigi Gryce, alto sax; Thelonious Monk, piano; Percy Heath, bass; Art Blakey, drums.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, October 15, 1955
116Shuffle Boil
114Brake's Sake
115Gallop's Gallop
117Nica's Tempo

SJL 1167   Cecil Payne - Patterns

Cecil Payne, baritone sax; Duke Jordan, piano; Tommy Potter, bass; Arthur Taylor, drums.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, May 19, 1956
132This Time The Dream's On Me
131How Deep Is The Ocean
130Chessman's Delight
133Arnetta
Kenny Dorham, trumpet; Cecil Payne, baritone sax; Duke Jordan, piano; Tommy Potter, bass; Arthur Taylor, drums.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, May 22, 1956
135Saucer Eyes
134Man Of Moods
136Bringing Up Father
137Groovin' High
** reissue of Signal S 1203 entitled "Cecil Payne Quartet & Quintet".

SJL 1168   Blues, Candy & Big Maybelle

no details.

SJL 1169   Duke Jordan - Flight To Jordan

Duke Jordan, piano; Percy Heath, bass; Art Blakey, drums.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, October 10, 1955
110Forecast
109Sultry Eve
112They Can't Take That Away From Me
111Night In Tunisia
113Summertime
Eddie Bert, trombone; Cecil Payne, baritone sax; Duke Jordan, piano; Percy Heath, bass; Art Blakey, drums.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, November 20, 1955
Flight To Jordan
125Two Loves
Cu-Ba
129Yesterdays
124Scotch Blues
** reissue of Signal S 1202 entitled "Duke Jordan Trio & Quintet".

SJL 1170   Art Pepper - Rediscoveries

no details.

SJL 1171   Herbie Mann, Bobby Jaspar, Seldon Powell, Frank Wess - Flutin' The Bird ...Bird Lives!

no details.

SJL 1172   Oscar Pettiford - Discoveries

Chase Dean, bass clarinet; Mat Mathews, accordion; Joe Roland, vibes; Oscar Pettiford, bass; Charlie Smith, drums.
NYC, June, 1956
Straight Ahead (as You're Covered)
Hank Jones, piano; Oscar Pettiford, bass; Charlie Smith, drums.
NYC, August 22, 1956
Have You Met Miss Jones
Blues For Sal
Airmail Special (mistitled as Flying Home)
Gene Roland, trumpet; Paul Quinichette, tenor sax; Nat Pierce, piano; Doyle Salathiel, guitar; Oscar Pettiford, bass; Osie Johnson, drums.
NYC, August 13, 1957
No Knox Blues

SJL 1173   Charlie Parker - Bird At The Roost: The Savoy Years: The Complete Royal Roost Performances, Volume Three

no details.

SJL 1174   The Ravens' Rarities: Roots Of Rock And Roll, Vol. 16

no details.

SJL 1175   Paul Bley With Steve Swallow & Pete LaRoca - Syndrome

Paul Bley, piano; Steve Swallow, bass; Pete La Roca, drums.
Medallion Studio, Newark, NJ, September 12, 1963
SPB63-259Syndrome
SPB63-260Ballad No. 1
SPB63-261King Korn
SPB63-262Ballad No. 2
SPB63-264Cousins
SPB63-265Vashkar
Around Again (second session take)
King Korn (alternate take)

SJL 1176   H-Bomb Ferguson - Life Is Hard

no details.

SJL 1177   Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie - BeBop's Heartbeat

Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet; Charlie Parker, alto sax; John Lewis, piano; Al McKibbon, bass; Joe Harris, drums.
"Carnegie Hall", NYC, September 29, 1947
13000A Night In Tunisia, Part 1
13001A Night In Tunisia, Part 2
13002Dizzy Atmosphere
13003Groovin' High, Part 1
13004Groovin' High, Part 2
13005Confirmation (as Riff Warmer)
Ko-Ko

SJL 1178   Mary Ann McCall - Easy Living

no details.

SJL 1179   Phil Woods - Bird Calls, Volume 1

no details.

SJL 1180   The Perry Robinson 4 - Funk Dumpling

Perry Robinson, clarinet; Kenny Barron, piano; Henry Grimes, bass; Paul Motian, drums.
1962
Moon Over Moscow
Sprites Delight
Wahayla
Farmer Alfalfa
Margareta
Funk Dumpling
Home Is Where The Hearth Is
** reissue of Savoy MG 12177 entitled "Perry Robinson 4 - Funk Dumpling".

SJL 1181   Redd Foxx, Dusty Fletcher - Laughin' At The Blues: Open The Door Richard!

no details.

SJL 1182   Wilbert Harrison - Listen To My Song

no details.

SJL 1183   Jimmy Scott - Can't We Begin Again

no details.

SJL 1184   Bill Barron - Nebulae

Ted Curson, trumpet; Bill Barron, tenor sax; Kenny Barron, piano; Jimmy Garrison, bass; Frankie Dunlop, drums.
Medallion Studio, Newark, NJ, February 21, 1961
Blast Off
Ode To An Earth Girl
Fox Hunt
Oriental Impressions
Back Lash
Nebulae
Desolation +
** reissue of Savoy MG 12160 entitled "The Tenor Stylings Of Bill Barron" + 1 bonus track.

SJL 1185   Various Artists - Doo Wop Delights: The Roots Of Rock

no details.

SJL 1186   Eddie Bert - Kaleidoscope

no details.

SJL 1187   T.J. Fowler And His Rockin' Jump Band Featuring Calvin Frazier

no details.

SJL 1188   The Robins - The Roots Of Rock 'N Roll: The Complete Savoy Recordings

no details.

SJL 1189   Tommy Flanagan With The Wilbur Harden Quartet - Plays The Music Of Rodgers & Hammerstein

Wilbur Harden, trumpet; Tommy Flanagan, piano; George Duvivier, bass; G.T. Hogan, drums.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, September 23 & 30, 1958
Getting To Know You
My Lord And Master
Shall We Dance?
We Kiss In A Shadow
I Have Dreamed
I Whistle A Happy Tune
Hello, Young Lovers
Something Wonderful
Something Wonderful (alternate) +
Getting To Know You (alternate) +
** reissue of Savoy MG 12134 entitled "Wilbur Harden - The King And I" + 2 bonus tracks.

SJL 1190   Johnny Costa - Neighborhood

Johnny Costa, piano; Gene Ramey, bass; Kenny Clarke, drums.
NYC, February 26, 1955
SJC4674Tea For Two
SJC4675Begin The Beguine +
SJC4676Caravan
SJC4677Flamingo
Johnny Costa, piano.
SJC4678Dancing In The Dark
SJC4679La Mer
SJC4680Stella By Starlight
SJC4681Manhattan
SJC4682Just One Of Those Things +
SJC4683There's A Small Hotel
SJC4684Honeysuckle Rose
** reissue of Savoy MG 12052 entitled "The Amazing Johnny Costa" + 2 bonus tracks.

SJL 1191   Joe Wilder - Softly With Feeling

Joe Wilder, trumpet; Hank Jones, piano; Wendell Marshall, bass; Kenny Clarke, drums.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, January 19, 1956
69147Cherokee
69148My Heart Stood Still
69149Prelude To A Kiss
69150Six Bit Blues
69151Mad About The Boy
69152Darn That Dream
** reissue of Savoy MG 12063 entitled "Wilder 'N' Wilder".

SJL 1192   Paul Bley - Turns

John Gilmore, tenor sax; Paul Bley, piano; Gary Peacock, bass; Paul Motian, drums.
Mirasound Studios, NYC, March 9, 1964
Calls
Turns (as Turning)
King Korn
Ictus
Ida Lupino (alternate take)
same session.
Around Again
Ida Lupino
Syndrome

SJL 1193   Hank Jones - Bluebird

Hank Jones, piano; Kenny Clarke, drums; with Donald Byrd, Matty Dice, trumpet; Eddie Jones, bass.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, November 1, 1955
69063Hank's Pranks
Hank Jones, piano; Wendell Marshall, bass; Kenny Clarke, drums; with Jerome Richardson, tenor sax #1, flute #3.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, November 3, 1955
1. 69075Wine And Brandy
2. 69076Little Girl Blue
3. 69077Alpha
Hank Jones, piano; Wendell Marshall, bass; Kenny Clarke, drums; with Joe Wilder, trumpet.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, November 29, 1955
69104Wilder's Moon (aka How High The Moon)
Hank Jones, piano; Kenny Clarke, drums; with Herbie Mann, flute; Eddie Jones, bass.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, December 20, 1955
69115Bluebird
** reissue of Savoy MG 12053 entitled "The Trio With Guests".

SJL 1194   Andre Hodeir - Essais

Donald Byrd, Idrees Sulieman, trumpet; Frank Rehak, trombone; Hal McKusick, alto sax, bass clarinet; Bobby Jaspar, tenor sax, flute; Jay Cameron, baritone sax, clarinet, bass clarinet; Eddie Costa, vibes; George Duvivier, bass; Bob Donaldson, drums; Andre Hodeir, composer, arranger, conductor.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, March 5, 1957
SAH6974Criss Cross
SAH6975Paraphrase
SAH6976Esquisse I
SAH6977On A Blues
same personnel.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, March, 1957
SAH6983Esquisse II
SAH6984On A Riff
SAH6985On A Standard
Donald Byrd, Idrees Sulieman, trumpet; Frank Rehak, trombone; Hal McKusick, alto sax, bass clarinet; Bobby Jaspar, tenor sax, flute; Jay Cameron, baritone sax, clarinet, bass clarinet; Eddie Costa, vibes; George Duvivier, bass; Bob Donaldson, drums; Annie Ross, voice #2; Andre Hodeir, composer, arranger, conductor.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, April 4, 1957
1. SAH6999Paradoxe II
2. SAH7000The Alphabet
** reissue of Savoy MG 12104 entitled "American Jazzmen Play Andre Hodeir's Essais".

SJL 1195   Cannonball Adderley - Discoveries

Nat Adderley, cornet; Donald Byrd, trumpet #1-4; Cannonball Adderley, alto sax; Jerome Richardson, tenor sax, flute; Horace Silver, piano; Paul Chambers, bass; Kenny Clarke, drums.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, June 28, 1955
1. SKC6981With Apologies To Oscar (alternate take 1)
2. -With Apologies To Oscar (alternate take 2)
3. SKC6984Bohemia After Dark (alternate take)
4. SKC6985Chasm (alternate take)
5. SKC6986Late Entry (alternate take)
Nat Adderley, cornet; Cannonball Adderley, alto sax; Hank Jones, piano; Paul Chambers, bass; Kenny Clarke, drums.
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, July 14, 1955
SJA6987Spontaneous Combustion (alternate take)
SJA6989A Little Taste (alternate take)
SJA6990Caribbean Cutie (alternate take)

SJL 1196   Miles Davis - First Miles

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
S5805-1That's The Stuff You Gotta Watch (alternate take 1)
S5805-2That's The Stuff You Gotta Watch (alternate take 2)
S5805-3That's The Stuff You Gotta Watch (mst. take 3)
S5806Pointless Mama Blues
S5807Deep Sea Blues
S5808-1Bring It On Home (false start take 1)
S5808-2Bring It On Home (alternate take 2)
S5808-3Bring It On Home (mst. take 3)

SJL 1197   no information

SJL 1198   no information

SJL 1199   no information

SJL 1200   no information

Savoy Reissue 1200 series (12 inch LP)

SJL 1201   Frank Morgan, Gigi Gryce - Bird Calls, Volume 2

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SJL 1202   Mary Lou Williams, Jutta Hipp, Beryl Booker - First Ladies Of Jazz

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SJL 1203   Varetta Dillard - Mercy Mr. Percy, Vol. 1

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SJL 1204   Brownie McGhee - Jumpin' The Blues

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SJL 1205   Nat King Cole And The King Cole Trio

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
AM523Black Spider Stomp
AM524By The River Sainte Marie
Nat King Cole, piano, vocals; Oscar Moore, guitar; Wesley Prince, bass; Maxine Johnson, vocals.
Los Angeles, CA, July 22, 1940
DST-283AI'm A Perfect Fool Over You
DST-283BNever Mind, Baby
DST-283CLovely Little Person
DST-283DGoin' To Town With Honey
DST-283ESyncopated Lullaby
DST-283FFallin' In And Out Of Love
DST-284ALet's Do Things
DST-284BLove Me Sooner
DST-284CJumpy Jitters
DST-284DNothing Ever Happens
DST-284ESentimental Blue
DST-284FWhat 'Cha Doin' To My Heart

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SJL 1207   Cal Tjader, Terry Gibbs - Good Vibes

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SJL 1208   Charlie Parker - Original Bird: The Best Of Bird On Savoy

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SJL 1209   Jimmie Lunceford - Margie

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SJL 1210   no information

Savoy 3300 series (12 inch LP)

SJL 3301   Pee Wee Ellis - Home In The Country

Pee Wee Ellis, tenor sax, synthesizer; Roland Hanna, electric piano; Jon Scholle, guitar; Jeff Berlin, bass; Idris Muhammad, Jimmy Strassburg, drums; Jumma Santos, congas.
NYC, October, November & December, 1976, January, 1977
Nature Boy
John Gatchell, trumpet; Barry Rogers, trombone; Pee Wee Ellis, tenor sax, Clavinet; Ernie Hayes, electric piano; Cornell Dupree, Eric Gale, guitar; Jeff Berlin, bass; Bernard Purdie, Jimmy Strassburg, drums; Jumma Santos, congas; Ray Mantilla, shakers; Charlotte Crossley, Lani Groves, Leon Thomas, Lillian Tynes, vocals.
Big Daddy
Waymon Reed, trumpet; Pee Wee Ellis, tenor sax, electric piano; George Benson, Charlie Brown, guitar; Anthony Jackson, bass; Chris Parker, Bernard Purdie, drums; Babatunde Olatunji, congas; Vivian Cherry, Lani Groves, Lillian Tynes, vocals.
Kiss And Say Goodbye
Pee Wee Ellis, tenor sax, Clavinet; Ernie Hayes, electric piano; Cornell Dupree, Eric Gale, guitar; Gordon Edwards, bass; Bernard Purdie, Jimmy Strassburg, drums.
Fort Apache
Waymon Reed, trumpet; Pee Wee Ellis, tenor sax, Clavinet, bell lyre, vocals; Roland Hanna, electric piano; Jon Scholle, guitar; Jeff Berlin, bass; Idris Muhammad, Jimmy Strassburg, drums; Jumma Santos, congas; Charlotte Crossley, Lani Groves, Dwain Jones, Melanie Jordin, Leon Thomas, Lillian Tynes, vocals.
This Is Just A Warning
David Liebman, tenor sax; Pee Wee Ellis, tenor sax, Clavinet; Roland Hanna, electric piano; Jon Scholle, guitar; Jeff Berlin, bass; Idris Muhammad, Jimmy Strassburg, drums; Jumma Santos, congas; Eleana Steinberg, vocals.
Pistachio

Savoy Reissue 5500 series (12 inch LP)

S5J 5500   Charlie Parker - The Complete Savoy Studio Sessions

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
S5710-1Tiny's Tempo (short-take 1)
S5710-2Tiny's Tempo (short-take 2)
S5710-3Tiny's Tempo (orig.-take 3)
S5711-1I'll Always Love You Just The Same (take 1)
S5711-2I'll Always Love You Just The Same (take 2)
S5712-1Romance Without Finance (take 1)
S5712-2Romance Without Finance (take 2)
S5712-3Romance Without Finance (take 3)
S5712-4Romance Without Finance (take 4)
S5712-5Romance Without Finance (take 5)
S5713-1Red Cross (short-take 1)
S5713-2Red Cross (orig.-take 2)
Miles Davis, trumpet #2-13; Charlie Parker, alto sax; Sadik Hakim, piano #11-13; Dizzy Gillespie, piano #1-10,16, trumpet, piano #14,15; Curly Russell, bass; Max Roach, drums.
WOR Studios, Broadway, NYC, November 26, 1945
1. S5849-1Warming Up A Riff (orig.-take 1)
2. S5850-1Billie's Bounce (new-take 1)
3. S5850-2Billie's Bounce (short-take 2)
4. S5850-3Billie's Bounce (new-take 3)
5. S5850-4Billie's Bounce (new-take 4)
6. S5850-5Billie's Bounce (orig.-take 5)
7. S5851-1Now's The Time (short-take 1)
8. S5851-2Now's The Time (short-take 2)
9. S5851-3Now's The Time (new-take 3)
10. S5851-4Now's The Time (orig.-take 4)
11. S5852-1Thriving On A Riff (new-take 1)
12. S5852-2Thriving On A Riff (short-take 2)
13. S5852-3Thriving On A Riff (orig.-take 3)
14. S5853-1Ko-Ko (short-take 1)
15. S5853-2Ko-Ko (orig.-take 2) (as Cocoa)
16.Meandering (new-take 1)
Miles Davis, trumpet; Charlie Parker, alto sax; Bud Powell, piano; Tommy Potter, bass; Max Roach, drums.
Harry Smith Studios, NYC, May 8, 1947
S3420-1Donna Lee (new-take 1)
S3420-2Donna Lee (new-take 2)
S3420-3Donna Lee (new-take 3)
S3420-4Donna Lee (new-take 4)
S3420-5Donna Lee (orig.-take 3)
S3421-1Chasin' The Bird (new-take 1)
S3421-2Chasin' The Bird (short-take 2)
S3421-3Chasin' The Bird (new-take 3)
S3421-4Chasin' The Bird (short-take 4)
S3422-1Cheryl (short-take 1)
S3422-2Cheryl (orig.-take 2)
S3423-1Buzzy (new-take 1)
S3423-2Buzzy (short-take 2)
S3423-3Buzzy (new-take 3)
S3423-4Buzzy (short-take 4)
S3423-5Buzzy (orig.-take)
Miles Davis, trumpet; Charlie Parker, tenor sax; John Lewis, piano; Nelson Boyd, bass; Max Roach, drums.
Harry Smith Studios, NYC, August 14, 1947
S3440-1Milestones (orig.-take 1)
S3440-2Milestones (new-take 2)
S3440-3Milestones (orig.-take 3)
S3441-1Little Willie Leaps (short-take 1)
S3441-2Little Willie Leaps (new-take 2)
S3441-3Little Willie Leaps (orig.-take 3)
S3442-1Half Nelson (new-take 1)
S3442-2Half Nelson (orig.-take 2)
S3443-1Sippin' At Bells (short-take 1)
S3443-2Sippin' At Bells (orig.-take 2)
S3443-3Sippin' At Bells (short-take 3)
S3443-4Sippin' At Bells (new-take 4)
Miles Davis, trumpet; Charlie Parker, alto sax; Duke Jordan, piano; Tommy Potter, bass; Max Roach, drums.
United Sound Systems, Detroit, MI, December 21, 1947
D830-1Another Hair Do (short-take 1)
D830-2Another Hair Do (short-take 2)
D830-3Another Hair Do (orig.-take 3)
D830-4Another Hair Do (orig.-take)
D831-1Bluebird (new-take 1)
D831-2Bluebird (take 2)
D831-3Bluebird (orig.-take 3)
D832-1Klaunstance (orig.-take 1)
D833-1Bird Gets The Worm (new-take 1)
D833-2Bird Gets The Worm (orig.-take 2)
D833-3Bird Gets The Worm (orig.-take 3)
Miles Davis, trumpet #1-11; Charlie Parker, alto sax; John Lewis, piano; Curly Russell, bass; Max Roach, drums.
Harry Smith Studios, NYC, September 18, 1948
1. B900-1Barbados (new-take 1)
2. B900-2Barbados (short-take 2)
3. B900-3Barbados (new-take 3)
4. B900-4Barbados (orig.-take 4)
5. B901-1Ah-Leu-Cha (short-take 1)
6. B901-2Ah-Leu-Cha (orig.-take 2)
7. B902-1Constellation (new-take 1)
8. B902-2Constellation (short-take 2)
9. B902-3Constellation (short-take 3)
10. B902-4Constellation (orig.-take 4)
11. B902-5Constellation (take 5)
12. B903-1Parker's Mood (new-take 1)
13. B903-2Parker's Mood (short-take 2)
14. B903-3Parker's Mood (orig.-take 3)
15. B903-4Parker's Mood (take 4)
16. B903-5Parker's Mood (take 5)
Miles Davis, trumpet; Charlie Parker, alto sax; John Lewis, piano; Curly Russell, bass; Max Roach, drums.
Harry Smith Studios, NYC, September 24, 1948
B908-1Perhaps (new-take 1)
B908-2Perhaps (short-take 2)
B908-3Perhaps (new-take 3)
B908-4Perhaps (short-take 4)
B908-5Perhaps (new-take 5)
B908-6Perhaps (orig.-take 6)
B908-7Perhaps (orig.-master)
B909-1Marmaduke (short-take 1)
B909-2Marmaduke (new-take 2)
B909-3Marmaduke (short-take 3)
B909-4Marmaduke (new-take 4)
B909-5Marmaduke (short-take 5)
B909-9Marmaduke (take 9)
B909-10Marmaduke (take 10)
B909-11Marmaduke (take 11)
B910-1Steeplechase (orig.-take 1)
B910-2Steeplechase (take 2)
B911-1Merry-Go-Round (new-take 1)
B911-2Merry-Go-Round (orig.-take 2)