Spike Robinson Discography

1951 (age 21)

Spike Robinson With Ronnie Ball Trio

Spike Robinson, alto sax; Ronnie Ball, piano; Sammy Stokes, bass; Victor Feldman, drums.

London, England, July 7, 1951

201-1Blue Bird (alternate take)Esquire (E) S 318
201-2Blue BirdEsquire (E) 10-192, S 318
202-1The Guv'nor (alternate take)Esquire (E) S 318
202-2The Guv'norEsquire (E) 10-192, S 318
203-2Spike's Choice (alternate take)Esquire (E) S 318
203-3Spike's ChoiceEsquire (E) 10-218, S 318
204-3Spike's Delight (alternate take)Esquire (E) S 318
204-4 | D6074Spike's DelightEsquire (E) 10-218, S 318; Discovery 1751, DL 2001

* Esquire (E) S 318   Spike Robinson - The Guv'nor
* Discovery DL 2001   Various Artists - Panorama Of British Jazz
* Esquire (E) 10-192   Spike Robinson - Blue Bird / The Guv'nor
* Esquire (E) 10-218   Spike Robinson - Spike's Choice / Spike's Delight
* Discovery 1751   Ronnie Ball - Spike's Delight / Cu-Ba

1987 (age 57)

Spike Robinson - Al Cohn Quintet

Al Cohn, Spike Robinson, sax; Richard Wyands, piano; Steve La Spina, bass; Akira Tana, drums.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, June 17, 1987

Sippin' At BellsCapri Records Ltd. 61787
Ballad Medley: Easy Living; These Foolish Things...-
Sweet's Blues-
Rustic Hop-
Once In Awhile-
Low Life-
Bye, Bye, Blues-
Just An Old ManuscriptCapri Records Ltd. 1061787, 74006-2
This Can't Be Love-

* Capri Records Ltd. 61787, 1061787, 74006-2   Spike Robinson-Al Cohn Quintet - Henry B. Meets Alvin G. 'Once In A Wild'