Tommy Gwaltney Discography

1960 (age 39)

Tommy Gwaltney's Kansas City Nine; Featuring Buck Clayton

Buck Clayton, trumpet; Bobby Zottola, trumpet, peck horn; Dickie Wells, trombone; Tommy Gwaltney, alto sax, clarinet, vibes, xylophone; Tommy Newsom as Tommy Newson, tenor sax, clarinet; John Bunch, piano; Charlie Byrd, guitar; Whitey Mitchell, bass; Buddy Schutz, drums; Tommy Newsom, arranger #1,3,4,6,8-10; Tommy Gwaltney, arranger #2,5,7.

A&R Studios, NYC, October 5 and 6, 1960

1.Hello, BabeRiverside RLP 353
2.An Old Manuscript-
3.Kansas City Ballad-
4.The Jumping Blues-
5.Walter Page-
6.Midnight Mama-
7.John's Idea-
8.Steppin' Pretty-
9.Dedicated To You-
10.The New Tulsa Blues-

* Riverside RLP 353, RLP 9353   Tommy Gwaltney's Kansas City Nine, Buck Clayton, Dickie Wells, Charlie Byrd - Goin' To Kansas City   1961
= Original Jazz Classics OJC-1757, OJCCD-1757-2   -   1991

1962 (age 41)

Tommy Gwaltney Trio

Tommy Gwaltney, clarinet, vibes; John Eaton, piano; Steve Jordan, guitar.

circa 1962-1963

CariocaLaurel LP 163011
Satin Doll-
Heat Wave-
Spring Will Be A Little Late This Year-
The Golden Striker-
Air Mail Special-
Basin Street Blues-
When Sunny Gets Blue-
I Hear Music-
I Go For That-
That's A Plenty-

* Laurel LP 163011   Tommy Gwaltney - Great Jazz


Tommy Gwaltney Quartet

Tommy Gwaltney, clarinet, vibes; Steve Jordan, guitar; Keter Betts, bass; John Philips, drums.

Blues Alley, Washington, DC, 1965-1966

Head And ShouldersBlues Alley BA 0001
Pretty Face-
King City Stomp-
I Love The Winter Weather-
Cuban Episode-
Meine Kleines Katzchen-
Old New Orleans Funeral Procession-
Bye Bye Blues (Bossa Nova)-
Who Can I Turn To-
Keter Blues-

* Blues Alley BA 0001   Tommy Gwaltney - This Is Blues Alley

1972 (age 51)

Tommy Gwaltney And Wally Garner

Wally Garner, Tommy Gwaltney, clarinet; John Eaton, Bobby Hirsch, Claude Hopkins, piano; Butch Hall, guitar; Bill Goodall, Van Perry, Frank Tate, bass; Jackie Connor, Frank Harmon, Cliff Leeman, Skip Tomlinson, drums.

Jazz Festival, Manassas, VA, 1972-1976

Someday SweetheartFat Cat Jazz FCJ 170
Struttin' With Some Bar-B-Q-
Basin Street Blues-
Snake Rag-
Fat Cat Plays Bunk Johnson / And Loses-
"M" Street Blues-
When It's Sleepy Time Down South-
The Night We Played The Moose Hall In Warsaw, PA.-

* Fat Cat Jazz FCJ 170   Tommy Gwaltney And Wally Garner - Clarinets In Tandem


Tommy Gwaltney And His Premier Band

Doc Evans, cornet; Bill Allred, trombone; Tommy Gwaltney, clarinet, vocal; Bobby Hirsch, piano; Butch Hall, guitar; Gene Mayl, bass; Skip Tomlinson, drums; Fat Cat McRee, Maxine Sullivan, vocal.

Jazz Festival, Manassas, VA, December 5, 1975

Someday You'll Be SorryFat Cat Jazz FCJ 214
Blue And Broken Hearted-
Singin' The Blues-
Everybody Loves My Baby-
I've Got The World On A String-
One Flat Blues-
St. Louis Blues / Everyday-

* Fat Cat Jazz FCJ 214   Tommy Gwaltney - Singin' The Blues

1981 (age 60)

Tommy Gwaltney

Tom Pletcher, cornet; George Masso, trombone; Tommy Gwaltney, clarinet; Charlie Harmon, tenor sax, bass; Dill Jones, piano; Steve Jordan, guitar; Bob Haggart, bass; Cliff Leeman, drums.

NYC, September 15, 1981

Save Your Sorrow For TomorrowTeaspoon Records S 2981
Crying All Day-
Take Me To The Land Of Jazz-
Feeling No Pain-
I Must Have That Man-
Hello Lola-
Friar's Point Shuffle-
Pee Wee's Song-
I'm In The Market For You-
I Ain't Gonna Give Nobody None Of My Jelly Roll-

* Teaspoon Records S 2981   Tommy Gwaltney - Pee Wee Russell's Land Of Jazz