Verve Records Catalog: 8800 series

MGM Verve Jazz 8800 series (12 inch LP)

V6-8800   Jimmy Smith In A Plain Brown Wrapper

Jimmy Smith, organ, vocals; Dave Blumberg, strings and horns arranger; Larry Williams, producer, arranger.

MGM Studios, Los Angeles, CA, July 16, 1971?

71L2243Jimmy Smith Is A Midnight Cowboy
71L2244Zodiac Song
71L2245No Substitute For Love
71L2246Freedom And Justice
71L2248Number One

same personnel.

MGM Studios, Los Angeles, CA, 1971

71L2607Recession Or Depression
71L2608Love Is Mission Impossible
71L2609I Don't Know

V6-8801   Lalo Schifrin - Rock Requiem

Lalo Schifrin, composer, arranger, conductor; with Alexander Saint Charles, solo voice; The Mike Curb Congregation, chorus; and Bud Brisbois, Buddy Childers, Warren Luening, Dalton Smith, Ray Triscari, trumpet; Milton Bernhardt, James Henderson, Lew McGreary, Richard Noel, trombone; David Duke, William Hinshaw, George Price, French horn; Roger Bobo, John Johnson, tuba; Tom Scott, flute, sax; William Chris, John Ellis, oboe; Donald Christleib, Jack Marsh, bassoon; Ralph Grierson, Larry Muhoberac, Lalo Schifrin, piano; Larry Knechtel, Mike Melvoin, organ; Dennis Budimir, Louis Morell, Howard Roberts, Louis Shelton, guitar; Max Bennett, bass; Ronald Tutt, drums; King Errison, congas; Sandra Crouch, Bobbye Porter, tambourine; Larry Bunker, Joe Porcaro, Emil Richards, Ken Watson, percussion.

MGM Studios, Los Angeles, CA, May, 1971

71L2465The Procession
71L2466Agnus Dei
71L2467Tract
71L2468Introit
71L2469Sanctus Benedictus
71L2472Offertory Verse
71L2473Gradual
71L2474Kyrie Eleison
71L2475Final Prayer

V6-8802-2   Stan Getz - Dynasty

Stan Getz, tenor sax; Eddy Louiss, organ; Rene Thomas, guitar; Bernard Lubat, drums.

"Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club", London, England, January 11, 1971

71L2324Ballad For My Dad
71L2435Mona
71L2439Song For Martine

same personnel.

"Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club", London, England, March 15, 16 & 17, 1971

71L2432Dum! Dum!
71L2433Ballad For Leo
71L2434Our Kind Of Sabi
71L2436Theme For Emmanuel
71L2437Invitation
71L2440Dynasty

** also released on Verve 839 117-2, B0012408-02.

V6-8803   The Bill Evans Trio "Live"

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

"The Trident", Sausalito, CA, July 7, 1964

71L2707How Deep Is The Ocean (How High Is The Sky)
71L2700Nardis
71L2701Someday My Prince Will Come
71L2702Stella By Starlight
71L2704'Round Midnight
71L2706The Boy Next Door
71L2705What Kind Of Fool Am I?

same personnel.

"The Trident", Sausalito, CA, July 9, 1964

71L2703How My Heart Sings

** also released on Verve (J) J33J 25053.
** part of Verve 314 527 953-2.

V6-8804   Wes Montgomery - Just Walkin'

Roger Kellaway, piano; Wes Montgomery, guitar; Bob Cranshaw, bass; Helcio Milito or Grady Tate, drums; Candido Camero, bongos, congas; + Arnold Eidus, Lewis Eley, Paul Gershman, Louis Haber, Julius Held, Harry Lookofsky, Jos. Malignaggi, Gene Orloff, Sol Shapiro, violin; Harold Coletta, David Schwartz, viola; Charles McCracken, George Ricci, cello; Margaret Ross, harp; Don Sebesky, arranger, conductor.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, March 16, 1965

65VK308Just Walkin'

same personnel.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, May 20, 1965

65VK340My One And Only Love

Wes Montgomery, guitar; Ron Carter, bass; Grady Tate, drums.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, March 17, 1966

66VK297Wives And Lovers
71L2698Bumpin' On Sunset (alternative take)

George Devens, vibes; Wes Montgomery, guitar; Ron Carter, bass; Grady Tate, drums; Ray Barretto, congas; + Bernard Eichen, Arnold Eidus, Paul Gershman, Emanuel Green, Julius Held, Harry Lookofsky, Joe Malin, Gene Orloff, violin; Abe Kessler, Charles McCracken, George Ricci, Harvey Shapiro, cello; Claus Ogerman, arranger.

71L2696The Big Hurt (alternative take)

Wes Montgomery, guitar; Ron Carter, bass; Grady Tate, drums; Ray Barretto, congas.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, March 21, 1966

71L2699Tequila (alternative take)

Jack Jennings, vibes; Wes Montgomery, guitar; Richard Davis, bass; Ray Barretto, Grady Tate, percussion.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, September 16, 1966

71L2697Sunny (alternate take)

Jimmy Maxwell, Joe Newman, Ernie Royal, trumpet; Clark Terry, trumpet, flugelhorn; Jimmy Cleveland, Quentin Jackson, Melba Liston, trombone; Tony Studd, bass trombone; Jerome Richardson, tenor, alto flute, clarinet; Jerry Dodgion, alto sax, clarinet, flute, alto flute; Bob Ashton, tenor sax, flute, clarinet; Danny Bank, baritone sax, bass clarinet, flute, alto flute; Phil Woods, sax, clarinet; Jimmy Smith, organ; Wes Montgomery, guitar; Richard Davis, bass; Grady Tate, drums; Oliver Nelson, arranger, conductor.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, September 23, 1966

101195'Round Midnight

** also released on Verve (J) UCCV-9355.

V6-8805   not used

V6-8806   Jimmy Smith Live! - Root Down

Jimmy Smith, organ; Arthur Adams, guitar; Wilton Felder, bass; Paul Humphrey, drums; Buck Clarke, congas, percussion; with Steve Williams, harmonica.

"Bombay Bicycle Club", Los Angeles, CA, February 8, 1972

72L3290Root Down (And Get It)
72L3291For Everyone Under The Sun
72L3292Slow Down Sagg
72L3293Let's Stay Together
72L3294Sagg Shootin' His Arrow
72L3296After Hours

** also released on Verve (J) POCJ-2751.

V6-8807   Stan Getz - Communications '72

Stan Getz, tenor sax; Eddy Louiss, organ; Christiane Legrand, vocals; Michel Legrand, orchestrator, arranger, conductor.

Paris, France, November, 1971

71L3126Bonjour Tristesse
71L3508Moods Of A Wanderer
71L3509Soul Dance
71L3510Flight
71L3511Redemption
71L3512Now You've Gone
71L3513Back To Bach
71L3514Outhouse Blues
71L3515Nursery Rhymes For All God's Children
71L3516Communications '72

** also released on Verve (J) UCCV-9107.

V6-8808   The Best Of Billie Holiday

Charlie Shavers, trumpet; Flip Phillips, tenor sax; Oscar Peterson, piano; Barney Kessel, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Alvin Stoller, drums; Billie Holiday, vocals.

Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, March 26, 1952

766-1You Go To My Head
769-3These Foolish Things
771-1Solitude

Joe Newman, trumpet; Paul Quinichette, tenor sax; Oscar Peterson, piano, organ; Freddie Green, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Gus Johnson, drums; Billie Holiday, vocals.

NYC, July 27, 1952

839-6My Man
843-2He's Funny That Way

Harry Edison, trumpet; Benny Carter, alto, tenor sax; Jimmy Rowles, piano, celeste; Barney Kessel, guitar; John Simmons, bass; Larry Bunker, drums; Billie Holiday, vocals.

Los Angeles, CA, August 23, 1955

2441-3When Your Lover Has Gone

Charlie Shavers, trumpet; Tony Scott, clarinet, arranger #2; Paul Quinichette, tenor sax #2; Wynton Kelly, piano; Kenny Burrell, guitar; Aaron Bell, bass #2; Lenny McBrowne, drums; Billie Holiday, vocals.

NYC, June 7, 1956

1. 2855-12Strange Fruit
2. 2857-8Good Morning, Heartache

Harry Edison, trumpet; Ben Webster, tenor sax; Jimmy Rowles, piano; Barney Kessel, guitar; Joe Mondragon, bass; Alvin Stoller, drums; Billie Holiday, vocals.

Los Angeles, CA, August 14, 1956

2914-3Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me

same personnel.

Los Angeles, CA, August 18, 1956

2929-4We'll Be Together Again

Harry "Sweets" Edison, trumpet; Ben Webster, tenor sax; Jimmy Rowles, piano; Barney Kessel, guitar; Red Mitchell, bass; Alvin Stoller, drums; Billie Holiday, vocals.

Capitol Tower, Los Angeles, CA, January 7, 1957

20507-1Body And Soul

Harry "Sweets" Edison, trumpet; Ben Webster, tenor sax; Jimmy Rowles, piano; Barney Kessel, guitar; Red Mitchell, bass; Larry Bunker, drums; Billie Holiday, vocals.

Capitol Tower, Los Angeles, CA, January 9, 1957

20568-5Gee Baby, Ain't I Good To You

V6-8809   Jimmy Smith - Bluesmith

Teddy Edwards, tenor sax; Jimmy Smith, organ; Ray Crawford, guitar; Leroy Vinnegar, bass; Donald Dean, drums; Victor Pantoja, congas.

Los Angeles, CA, September 11, 1972

72L3931Bluesmith
72L3932Lolita
72L3933Mournin' Wes
72L4061Absolutely Funky
72L4107Blues For 3 + 1
72L4108Straight Ahead

** also released on Lilith (Russian) LR120.

2-V6S-8810   The Oscar Peterson Collection

Oscar Peterson, piano; unidentified orchestra, Russell Garcia, arranger, conductor.

Los Angeles, CA, December 30, 1955

2592-7 | 20025-7Laura
2593-10 | 20026-10Ruby
2595-2 | 20028-2A Sunday Kind Of Love
2596-8 | 20029-8I Only Have Eyes For You
2597-2 | 20030-2Tenderly
2598-9 | 20031-9Stars Fell On Alabama
2599-7 | 20032-7Stella By Starlight
2600-2 | 20033-2Black Coffee
2601-6 | 20034-6I Thought About You
2602-1 | 20035-1The Boy Next Door

Oscar Peterson, piano; Ray Brown, bass; Ed Thigpen, drums; unidentified orchestra, Russell Garcia, arranger, conductor.

Los Angeles, CA?, November 5, 1959

22981-6Con Alma
22982-2Blues For Big Scotia
22983-1The Spirit Feel
22984-7Stockholm Sweetnin'
22985-6Cubano Chant
22986-6Little Pea's Blues
22987-3Close Your Eyes
22988-4I Lead A Charmed Life

2-V6S-8811   Ella And Louis

Louis Armstrong, trumpet, vocals; Oscar Peterson, piano; Herb Ellis, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Buddy Rich, drums; Ella Fitzgerald, vocals.

Los Angeles, CA, August 16, 1956

2918-2 | 20207-2They Can't Take That Away From Me
2921-2 | 20210-2Stars Fell On Alabama
2922-2 | 20222-2Can't We Be Friends
2923-5 | 20211-5 | 63VK650Cheek To Cheek
2924-10 | 20212-10Under A Blanket Of Blue
2925-7 | 20213-7Moonlight In Vermont
2926-6 | 20214-6A Foggy Day (In London Town)
2928-1 | 20216-1The Nearness Of You

Louis Armstrong, trumpet, vocals; Oscar Peterson, piano; Herb Ellis, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Louis Bellson, drums; Ella Fitzgerald, vocals.

Los Angeles, CA, July 23, 1957

21132-2Love Is Here To Stay
21135-9Let's Call The Whole Thing Off
21137-5Gee Baby, Ain't I Good To You
21138-1 | 63VK651Stompin' At The Savoy

Louis Armstrong, trumpet, vocals; Oscar Peterson, piano; Herb Ellis, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Louis Bellson, drums.

Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, July 31, 1957

21213-7Let's Do It (, Let's Fall In Love)

Louis Armstrong, trumpet, vocals; Oscar Peterson, piano; Herb Ellis, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Louis Bellson, drums; Ella Fitzgerald, vocals.

Los Angeles, CA, August 13, 1957

21267-6I Won't Dance
21269-9Don't Be That Way
21270-7I'm Putting All My Eggs In One Basket
21271-12I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm

2-V6S-8812   Gene Ammons, Sonny Stitt - Prime Cuts

Gene Ammons, tenor sax; Sonny Stitt, tenor, alto sax; John Houston, piano; Charles Williams, bass; George Brown, drums.

Chicago, IL, August 27, 1961

61VK380Blues Up And Down
61VK384Counter Clockwise
61VK385There Is No Greater Love
61VK386The One Before This
61VK387Autumn Leaves

Gene Ammons, Sonny Stitt, tenor sax; Donald Patterson, organ; Paul Weeden, guitar; William James, drums.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, February, 1962

62VK267Long Ago And Far Away
62VK268Walkin'
62VK269Why Was I Born
62VK270John Brown's Body
62VK271Bye Bye Blackbird

** same contents as Verve V/V6-8426 + V/V6-8468.

2-V6S-8813   The History Of Wes Montgomery

Roger Kellaway, piano; Wes Montgomery, guitar; Bob Cranshaw, bass; Helcio Milito or Grady Tate, drums; Candido Camero, bongos, congas; + Arnold Eidus, Lewis Eley, Paul Gershman, Louis Haber, Julius Held, Harry Lookofsky, Jos. Malignaggi, Gene Orloff, Sol Shapiro, violin; Harold Coletta, David Schwartz, viola; Charles McCracken, George Ricci, cello; Margaret Ross, harp; Don Sebesky, arranger, conductor.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, March 16, 1965

65VK307Musty
65VK309Here's That Rainy Day

same personnel.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, May 18, 1965

65VK335Love Theme From "The Sandpiper" (The Shadow Of Your Smile)

same personnel.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, May 20, 1965

65VK339BBumpin', Part II

Donald Byrd, Danny Moore, Joe Newman, Ernie Royal, trumpet; Wayne Andre, Jimmy Cleveland, Quentin Jackson, Tony Studd, trombone; Phil Woods, alto sax, clarinet; Jerry Dodgion, alto sax, clarinet, flute, piccolo; Romeo Penque, tenor sax, flute, clarinet, English horn, oboe, piccolo; Dan Bank, baritone sax, flute, alto flute, bass clarinet; Bob Ashton, sax, clarinet, flute; Herbie Hancock, Roger Kellaway, piano; Wes Montgomery, guitar; George Duvivier, bass; Sol Gubin, Grady Tate, drums; Candido, congas; Oliver Nelson, arranger, conductor.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, November 20, 1965

65VK547Goin' Out Of My Head
65VK548Boss City

same personnel.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, December 22, 1965

65VK582Twisted Blues
65VK585O Morro (Nao Tem Vez)

Wes Montgomery, guitar; Ron Carter, bass; Grady Tate, drums.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, March 17, 1966

66VK297Wives And Lovers
71L2698Bumpin' On Sunset (alternative take)

George Devens, vibes; Wes Montgomery, guitar; Ron Carter, bass; Grady Tate, drums; Ray Barretto, congas; + Bernard Eichen, Arnold Eidus, Paul Gershman, Emanuel Green, Julius Held, Harry Lookofsky, Joe Malin, Gene Orloff, violin; Abe Kessler, Charles McCracken, George Ricci, Harvey Shapiro, cello; Claus Ogerman, arranger.

66VK302How Insensitive (Insensatez)
71L2696The Big Hurt (alternative take)

Wes Montgomery, guitar; Ron Carter, bass; Grady Tate, drums; Ray Barretto, congas.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, March 21, 1966

66VK303The Thumb
71L2699Tequila (alternative take)

Mel Davis, Bernie Glow, James Nottingham, trumpet; Wayne Andre, John Messner, Bill Watrous, trombone; James Buffington, French horn; Don Butterfield, tuba; Walter Kane, bassoon, clarinet, tenor sax; Ray Beckenstein, alto sax, flute, piccolo; Stan Webb, alto, baritone sax, English horn, clarinet; Jack Jennings, vibes, castanets, scratches; Herbie Hancock, piano; Al Casamenti, Wes Montgomery, Bucky Pizzarelli, guitar; Richard Davis, bass; Ray Barretto, Grady Tate, percussion; Don Sebesky, arranger, conductor.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, September 14, 1966

101169California Dreaming

same personnel.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, September 16, 1966

101176Mr. Walker

2-V6S-8814   The History Of Jimmy Smith

Joe Newman, Ernie Royal, Doc Severinsen, Joe Wilder, trumpet; Jimmy Cleveland, Urbie Green, Britt Woodman, trombone; Tom Mitchell, bass trombone; Jerry Dodgion, Phil Woods, alto sax; Bob Ashton, Babe Clarke, tenor sax; George Barrow, baritone sax; Jimmy Smith, organ; Barry Galbraith, guitar; George Duvivier, bass; Ed Shaughnessy, drums; Oliver Nelson, arranger, conductor.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, March 28, 1962

62VK376Walk On The Wild Side, Part 1
62VK377Walk On The Wild Side, Part 2

Jimmy Smith, organ; Quentin Warren, guitar; Don Bailey, drums.

62VK378Bashin'

Jimmy Smith, organ; Kenny Burrell, guitar; George Duvivier, bass; Mel Lewis, drums.

A&R Studios, NYC, July 29, 1963

63VK526The Sermon

Jimmy Smith, organ; Kenny Burrell, guitar; George Duvivier, bass; Grady Tate, drums; unidentified orchestra, Oliver Nelson, arranger, conductor.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, January 20, 1964

64VK223Slaughter On Tenth Avenue

same personnel.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, January 21, 1964

64VK225Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?, Part 1
64VK226Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?, Part 2

Bernie Glow, Thad Jones, Marky Markowitz, Jimmy Maxwell, Ernie Royal, Snooky Young, trumpet; Billy Byers, Jimmy Cleveland, Urbie Green, trombone; Tony Studd, bass trombone; Ray Alonge, Jim Buffington, Earl Chapin, Bill Correa, French horn; Don Butterfield, tuba; Jimmy Smith, organ; Kenny Burrell, guitar; George Duvivier, bass; Grady Tate, drums; Phil Kraus, percussion; Lalo Schifrin, conductor, arranger.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, April 29, 1964

64VK343The Cat (From The MGM Motion Picture "Joy House")

Jimmy Smith, organ; Kenny Burrell, guitar; Ron Carter, bass; Grady Tate, drums; Oliver Nelson, arranger, conductor.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, December 16, 1965

65VK604High Heel Sneakers

Ernie Royal, trumpet; Phil Woods, alto sax; Romeo Penque, tenor sax, flute; Jerome Richardson, baritone sax; Jimmy Smith, organ; Kenny Burrell, guitar; George Duvivier, bass; Grady Tate, drums; Oliver Nelson, arranger, conductor.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, December 17, 1965

65VK630Got My Mojo Workin'

Joe Newman, Ernie Royal, Richard Williams, Gene Young, trumpet; Quentin Jackson, Melba Liston, Tom McIntosh, Britt Woodman, trombone; Donald Corrado, Willie Ruff, French horn; Don Butterfield, tuba; Jack Agee, Bob Ashton, Jerry Dodgion, Jerome Richardson, Phil Woods, reeds; Buddy Lucas, harmonica; Jimmy Smith, organ; Kenny Burrell, Billy Butler, Barry Galbraith, Bill Suyker, guitar; Richard Davis, bass; Bob Cranshaw, Fender bass; Grady Tate, drums; Bobby Rosengarden, bongos, percussion; Oliver Nelson, arranger, conductor.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, June 14, 1966

100438I'm Your Hoochie Cooche Man

Joe Newman, Ernie Royal, Snookie Young, trumpet; Garnett Brown, Jimmy Cleveland, Alan Raph, trombone; Pepper Adams, Joe Farrell, Hubert Laws, Jerome Richardson, reeds; Jimmy Smith, organ, vocals; Carl Lynch, guitar; James Tyrell, bass; Grady Tate, drums; Johnny Pacheco, percussion; Eileen Gilbert, Melba Moorman, Carline Ray, vocals #1; Tom McIntosh, arranger, conductor.

A&R Studios, NYC, January 29, 1968

1. 104243Stay Loose
2. 104244If You Ain't Got It

2-V6S-8815   The History Of Stan Getz

Stan Getz, tenor sax; Charlie Byrd, guitar; Keter Betts, bass; Gene Byrd, bass, guitar; Buddy Deppenschmidt, Bill Reichenbach, drums.

"Pierce Hall, All Souls Unitarian Church", Washington, DC, February 13, 1962

62VK341Desafinado

Bernie Glow, Doc Severinsen, trumpet; Clark Terry, flugelhorn; Tony Studd, trombone; Bob Brookmeyer, valve trombone; Ray Alonge, French horn; Ed Caine, Romeo Ponque, Jerry Sanfino, flute; Ray Beckenstein, clarinet; Stan Getz, tenor sax; Hank Jones, piano; Jim Hall, guitar; Tommy Williams, bass; Johnny Rae, drums; Carmen Costa, Jose Paulo, percussion; Gary McFarland, arranger, conductor.

Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, August 27, 1962

62VK610Chega De Saudade (Too Much Longing)
62VK608Noite Triste (Night Sadness)
62VK609Samba De Uma Nota So (One Note Samba)

Stan Getz, tenor sax; Antonio Carlos Jobim, piano, guitar; Luiz Bonfa, guitar; George Duvivier, Tommy Williams, bass; Paulo Ferreira, drums; Jose Carlos, drums, percussion; Maria Toledo, vocals.

NYC, February 8, 1963

63VK306Um Abraco No Getz

Stan Getz, tenor sax; Antonio Carlos Jobim, piano; Joao Gilberto, guitar, vocals; Tommy Williams, bass; Milton Banana, drums; Astrud Gilberto, vocals.

A&R Studios, NYC, March 18 & 19, 1963

63VK329The Girl From Ipanema

Stan Getz, tenor sax; Laurindo Almeida, guitar; George Duvivier, bass; Dave Bailey, Edison Machado, Jose Soorez, drums; Luiz Parga, Jose Paulo, Latin rhythm; with Steve Kuhn, uncredited piano.

Webster Hall, NYC, March 21, 1963

63VK347Samba Da Sahra (Sahra's Samba)

Stan Getz, tenor sax, leader; Gary Burton, vibes; Chuck Israels, bass; Joe Hunt, drums; Astrud Gilberto, vocals.

"Cafe Au Go Go", Greenwich Village, NY, May 22, 1964

64VK390One Note Samba

Stan Getz, tenor sax, leader; Gary Burton, vibes; Gene Cherico, bass; Helcio Milito, drums; Astrud Gilberto, vocals; add Kenny Burrell, guitar.

"Carnegie Hall", NYC, October 9, 1964

64VK495The Telephone Song

Stan Getz, tenor sax; unidentified orchestra, Johnny Pate, arranger.

NYC, September-October, 1966

106186Didn't We
106187I Remember Clifford
106188Try To Understand
106201Heartstrings

Stan Getz, tenor sax; Herbie Hancock, Hank Jones, piano; Bill Horwath as Bill Horvath, cimbalom; Jim Hall, guitar; Ron Carter, bass; Grady Tate, drums; Artie Butler, Bobby Rosengarden, percussion; unidentified brass, strings and chorus, Claus Ogerman, arranger, conductor.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, December 2, 1966;
NYC, October 27, 1967

101750Nica's Dream

Stan Getz, tenor sax; Chick Corea as Chick Correa, piano; Phil Upchurch, guitar; Walter Booker, bass; Roy Haynes, drums; unidentified brass and strings, Richard Evans, arranger, conductor.

Ter-Mar Recording Studio, Chicago, IL, August 31, 1967;
NYC, unknown date

103489A House Is Not A Home (master take)
103490Trains And Boats And Planes

Jim Buffington, French horn; Stan Getz, tenor sax; Jerome Richardson, woodwinds; Paul Gershman, David Mankovitz, David Nadien, Gerald Tarack, violin; Bernard Zaslav, viola; Charles McCracken, cello; Gloria Agostini, harp; David Carey, vibes; Herbie Hancock, piano; Kenny Burrell, guitar; Ron Carter, bass; Grady Tate, drums; Richard Evans, arranger, conductor.

A&R Studios, NYC, February 14, 1968

104458What The World Needs Now Is Love
104459Alfie

2-V6S-8816   The History Of Billie Holiday

possibly Buck Clayton, Joe Guy, trumpet; Tommy Turk, trombone; Willie Smith, alto sax; possibly Coleman Hawkins, Lester Young, tenor sax; Milt Raskin, piano; possibly Irving Ashby, guitar; Red Callender, bass; David Coleman, drums; Billie Holiday, vocals.

"Embassy Auditorium", Los Angeles, CA, April 22, 1946

Strange Fruit
All Of Me

Charlie Shavers, trumpet; Flip Phillips, tenor sax; Oscar Peterson, piano; Barney Kessel, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Alvin Stoller, drums; Billie Holiday, vocals.

Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, March 26, 1952

765-1Blue Moon
768-1Easy To Love
770-3I Only Have Eyes For You

Charlie Shavers, trumpet; Flip Phillips, tenor sax; Oscar Peterson, piano; Barney Kessel, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; J.C. Heard, drums; Billie Holiday, vocals.

Los Angeles, CA, April, 1952

785-4Love For Sale

Joe Newman, trumpet; Paul Quinichette, tenor sax; Oscar Peterson, piano, organ; Freddie Green, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Gus Johnson, drums; Billie Holiday, vocals.

NYC, July 27, 1952

842-2Yesterdays

Charlie Shavers, trumpet; Oscar Peterson, piano; Herb Ellis, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Ed Shaughnessy, drums; Billie Holiday, vocals.

NYC, April 14, 1954

1568-1What A Little Moonlight Can Do
1569-5I Cried For You

Harry Edison, trumpet; Benny Carter, alto, tenor sax; Jimmy Rowles, piano, celeste; Barney Kessel, guitar; John Simmons, bass; Larry Bunker, drums; Billie Holiday, vocals.

Los Angeles, CA, August 25, 1955

2448-3What's New

Charlie Shavers, trumpet; Tony Scott, clarinet, arranger; Paul Quinichette, tenor sax; Wynton Kelly, piano; Kenny Burrell, guitar; Aaron Bell, bass; Lenny McBrowne, drums; Billie Holiday, vocals.

NYC, June 6, 1956

2850-5 | 62VK224Trav'lin' Light

same personnel.

NYC, June 7, 1956

2856-1God Bless The Child
2857-8Good Morning, Heartache

Roy Eldridge, trumpet; Coleman Hawkins, tenor sax; Carl Drinkard, piano; Kenny Burrell, guitar; Carson Smith, bass; Chico Hamilton, drums; Billie Holiday, vocals; Gilbert Millstein, narrator.

"Carnegie Hall", NYC, November 10, 1956

Lady Sings The Blues
It Ain't Nobody's Business If I Do
Don't Explain

Buck Clayton, trumpet; Tony Scott, clarinet; Al Cohn, tenor sax; Carl Drinkard, piano; Kenny Burrell, guitar; Carson Smith, bass; Chico Hamilton, drums; Billie Holiday, vocals.

My Man
Fine And Mellow

Harry "Sweets" Edison, trumpet; Ben Webster, tenor sax; Jimmy Rowles, piano; Barney Kessel, guitar; Red Mitchell, bass; Alvin Stoller, drums; Billie Holiday, vocals.

Capitol Tower, Los Angeles, CA, January 4, 1957

20503-4Comes Love

Harry "Sweets" Edison, trumpet; Ben Webster, tenor sax; Jimmy Rowles, piano; Barney Kessel, guitar; Joe Mondragon, bass; Larry Bunker, drums; Billie Holiday, vocals.

Capitol Tower, Los Angeles, CA, January 8, 1957

20563-2Our Love Is Here To Stay

2-V6S-8817   The History Of Ella Fitzgerald

Zoot Sims, tenor sax; Ella Fitzgerald, vocals; unidentified orchestra, Frank DeVol, conductor.

NYC, March 4, 1964

64VK290Miss Otis Regrets
64VK291Volare

Ella Fitzgerald, vocals; unidentified orchestra, Johnnie Spence, conductor.

London, England, April 7, 1964

64VK335 | 106653Can't Buy Me Love
64VK336 | 106647Hello, Dolly!
64VK385People
64VK386The Sweetest Sounds

Tommy Flanagan, piano; Keeter Betts, bass; Gus Johnson, drums; Ella Fitzgerald, vocals.

"Musikhalle", Hamburg, West Germany, March 26, 1965

65VK508 | 106650A Hard Day's Night

Tommy Flanagan, piano; Bill Yancey, bass; Gus Johnson, drums; Ella Fitzgerald, vocals.

"Musikhalle", Hamburg, West Germany, August 3, 1965

65VK444Walk Right In
65VK448And The Angels Sing
65VK450Don't Rain On My Parade
65VK451Angel Eyes
65VK454The Boy From Ipanema

Harry Edison, trumpet; Jimmy Rowles, piano; Chuck Berghofer, bass; Louis Bellson, drums; Ella Fitzgerald, vocals; Marty Paich, arranger, conductor; and others.

Los Angeles, CA, July 20, 1966

100671I Said No
100674Old McDonald Had A Farm

Stu Williamson, trumpet; Bill Perkins, tenor sax; Jimmy Rowles, piano; Al Viola, guitar; Joe Mondragon, bass; Shelly Manne, drums; Ella Fitzgerald, vocals; Marty Paich, arranger, conductor; and others.

100675Time After Time
100679Wives And Lovers
100680Matchmaker

Cat Anderson, Mercer Ellington, Herbie Jones, Cootie Williams, trumpet; Lawrence Brown, Buster Cooper, trombone; Chuck Connors, bass trombone; Johnny Hodges, alto sax; Russell Procope, alto sax, clarinet; Paul Gonsalves, tenor sax; Jimmy Hamilton, tenor sax, clarinet; Harry Carney, baritone sax, clarinet, bass clarinet; Jimmy Jones, piano; Jim Hughart, bass; Grady Tate, drums; Ella Fitzgerald, vocals.

"Juan-les-Pins Jazz Festival", Antibes, France, July 28, 1966

101601Mack The Knife

2-V6S-8818   Various Artists - We Love You Madly - A Tribute To Duke Ellington

Roy Eldridge, Charlie Shavers, trumpet; Benny Carter, alto sax; Flip Phillips, Lester Young, tenor sax; Oscar Peterson, piano; Barney Kessel, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Buddy Rich, drums.

"Carnegie Hall", NYC, September 13, 1952

Cottontail

Bob Brookmeyer, valve trombone; Stan Getz, tenor sax; John Williams, piano; Teddy Kotick, bass; Frank Isola, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, July 30, 1953

1242-3It Don't Mean A Thing

Bob Johnson, Taft Jordan, Bill Scott, trumpet; Ted Kelly, George Matthews, trombone; George Dorsey, Hilton Jefferson, alto sax; Pizza Simon, tenor sax; Haywood Henry, baritone sax; Leroy Lovett, piano; Lloyd Trotman, bass; Billy Smith, drums; Al Hibbler, vocals.

NYC, February 11, 1954

1522-6I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart

Wendell Culley, Reunald Jones, Thad Jones, Joe Newman, trumpet; Henry Coker, Bill Hughes, Benny Powell, trombone; Marshall Royal, alto sax, clarinet; Ernie Wilkins, alto, tenor sax, arranger; Frank Foster, Frank Wess, tenor sax; Charlie Fowlkes, baritone sax; Count Basie, piano, organ; Freddie Green, guitar; Eddie Jones, bass; Gus Johnson, drums; Buster Harding, Neal Hefti, arranger.

NYC, August 17, 1954

1898-4Perdido

Harold Baker, trumpet; Lawrence Brown, trombone; Johnny Hodges, alto sax; Arthur Clarke, tenor sax; Leroy Lovett, piano; John Williams, bass; Louis Bellson, drums.

NYC, January 7, 1955

2151-1Mood Indigo

Harry Edison, trumpet; Benny Carter, alto, tenor sax; Jimmy Rowles, piano, celeste; Barney Kessel, guitar; John Simmons, bass; Larry Bunker, drums; Billie Holiday, vocals.

Los Angeles, CA, August 23, 1955

2439-2Prelude To A Kiss
2443-2 | 62VK225Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone

Louis Armstrong, trumpet, vocals; unidentified orchestra, Russell Garcia, arranger, conductor.

Los Angeles, CA, August 14, 1957

21280-1Don't Get Around Much Anymore

Ben Webster, tenor sax; Oscar Peterson, piano; Herb Ellis, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Alvin Stoller, drums; Ella Fitzgerald, vocals.

Los Angeles, CA, October 17, 1957

21775-8Love You Madly

Eddie Wasserman, tenor sax, clarinet, flute; Ronnie Ball, piano; Jimmy Gannon, bass; Gene Krupa, drums.

"London House", Chicago, IL, January, 1959

22645Take The "A" Train

Oscar Peterson, piano; Ray Brown, bass; Ed Thigpen, drums.

Universal Recording, Chicago, IL, July 14-August 9, 1959

50051-3Sophisticated Lady

Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet; Bennie Green, trombone; Ray Alonge, Richard Berg, Joe Singer, French horn; Jay McAllister, tuba; Robert DiDomenica, flute; Ernest Bright, John Murtaugh, Paul Richie, Stan Webb, woodwinds; George Devens, vibes; Hank Jones, piano, celeste; George Duvivier, bass; Charlie Persip, drums; Clare Fisher, arranger, director.

NYC, April 27 & 28, 1960

26755Johnny Come Lately

Roy Eldridge, trumpet; Johnny Hodges, alto sax; Coleman Hawkins, tenor sax; Tommy Flanagan, piano; Major Holley, bass; Eddward Locke, drums.

"Village Gate", Greenwich Village, NY, August 15, 1962

62VK620Satin Doll

Ernie Royal, Clark Terry, Snooky Young, trumpet; Jimmy Cleveland, Urbie Green, Quentin Jackson, Chauncey Welsch, trombone; Don Butterfield or Harvey Phillips, tuba; Jerome Richardson, woodwinds; Bobby Scott, piano; Wes Montgomery, guitar, leader; Bob Cranshaw, bass; Grady Tate, drums; Willie Bobo, percussion; Johnny Pate, arranger, conductor.

A&R Studios, NYC, November 16, 1964

64VK585Caravan

V6-8819   La Clave

the nine man group, including Pat O'Hara, trombone; Al Zulaica, piano; led by Benny Valarde, timbales; featuring Lalo Schifrin, keyboards; John D'Andrea, arranger; John DeMarco, Marshall Leib, executive producer; Tony Bruno, producer.

Bay Area, San Francisco, CA?, December 13, 1972

72L3857Sally Go 'Round The Roses
72L3858The Ghetto
72L3859Angels Of Mercy
72L3860Who You Fooling
72L3861Move Your Hands
72L3863Soul Sauce
72L3864Road Runner
72L4326Latin Slide
72L4534Bailia Mi Guaguanco
72L4562Cocoa Leaf

** also released on Dusty Groove America DGA 3003.

2-V6S-8820   Cal Tjader - Doxy

Cal Tjader, vibes; Clare Fisher, organ, piano; Fred Schreiber, bass; Johnny Rae, drums; Bill Fitch, conga drums.

Los Angeles, CA, January 29, 1963

63VK243Insight
63VK244Manha De Carnaval

same personnel.

Los Angeles, CA, January 30, 1963

63VK225My Reverie
63VK245Azul
63VK247Alonzo

Cal Tjader, vibes; Paul Griffin, piano; Richard Davis, bass; Sol Gubin or Grady Tate, drums; Armando Peraza, percussion.

A&R Studios, NYC, June 1 & 2, 1965

65VK354Doxy
65VK355Reza
65VK358Soul Motion

same personnel.

A&R Studios, NYC, June 2, 1965

65VK382Daddy Long Legs

Cal Tjader, vibes; Lonnie Hewitt, piano; Terry Hilliard, bass; Johnny Rae, drums; Armando Peraza, percussion.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, June 22, 1965

65VK405Soul Bird (Tin Tin Deo)
65VK411That's All

Jerry Dodgion, Seldon Powell, flute; Cal Tjader, vibes; Chick Corea, piano; Bobby Rodriguez, bass; Carlos "Patato" Valdes, congas; Jose Mangual, timbales; Victor Pantoja, percussion.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, February 9, 1966

66VK244Curacao
66VK245Soul Burst (Guajera)

same personnel.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, February 10, 1966

66VK247Morning

Seldon Powell, Jerome Richardson, flute; Cal Tjader, vibes; Chick Corea, piano; Attila Zoller, guitar; Richard Davis, bass; Grady Tate, drums; Carlos "Patato" Valdes, congas; Jose Mangual, timbales; Victor Pantoja, percussion; Oliver Nelson, arranger, conductor.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, February 11, 1966

66VK250Manteca
66VK252My Ship
66VK253The Bilbao Song

Ernie Royal, Marvin Stamm, trumpet, flugelhorn; J.J. Johnson, trombone; Alan Raph, bass trombone; Jerome Richardson, flute, tenor, baritone sax; Cal Tjader, vibes; Patti Bown, piano #1; John Bunch, piano #2; Herbie Hancock, piano #3; Richard Davis, bass #1; Ron Carter, bass #2,3; Mel Lewis, drums; Ray Barretto, conga drums; Bobby Rosengarden, percussion; Bobby Bryant, Benny Golson, arranger.

NYC, December 12, 1967

1. 104124Hip Vibrations
2. 104127Sweet Honey Bee
3. 104129Moanin'

2-V6S-8821   Herbie Mann - Et Tu Flute

Herbie Mann, flute; Jimmy Rowles, piano; Howard Roberts, guitar; Buddy Clark, bass; Mel Lewis, drums; unidentified strings, Frank DeVol, director.

Los Angeles, CA, August, 1957

21255-5Moonlight In Vermont
21256-5Body And Soul
21257-5Oodles Of Noodles
21258-8 | 63VK325Stardust

Herbie Mann, flute; Jimmy Rowles, piano; Buddy Clark, bass; Mel Lewis, drums.

21260-3 | 63VK324Strike Up The Band
21261-7St. Louis Blues

Herbie Mann, flute; Laurindo Almeida, Tony Rizzi, guitar; Tony Reyes, bass; Milt Holland, drums; Frank "Chico" Guerrero, congas.

21263-6 | 63VK322Frenesi
21264-6 | 63VK320Baia
21265-2A | 63VK326Peanut Vendor

Herbie Mann, flute; Johnny Rae, marimba, vibes; Knobby Totah, bass; Santos Miranda, drums; Carlos "Patato" Valdez, congas; Jose Luis Mangual, bongos.

"Basin Street East", NYC, June 30, 1959

22855Come On Mule
22856 | 63VK323The Amazon River

Leo Ball, Jerry Kail, Ziggy Schatz, trumpet; Herbie Mann, flute; Johnny Rae, vibes; Knobby Totah, bass; Rudy Collins, drums; Ray Barretto, Ray Mantilla, Michael Olatunji, percussion.

NYC, May 5, 1960

26702 | 63VK321Dearly Beloved

same personnel.

NYC, July 26, 1960

26759I'll Remember April
26760 | 63VK327Autumn Leaves

2-V6S-8822   Duke Ellington, Johnny Hodges - Blues Summit

Roy Eldridge, trumpet; Lawrence Brown, trombone; Johnny Hodges, alto sax; Ben Webster, tenor sax; Billy Strayhorn, piano; Wendell Marshall, bass; Jo Jones, drums.

NYC, August 14, 1958

25000-4Just A Memory
25001-7Let's Fall In Love
25002-1Big Shoe
25003-3Ruint
25004-5Bend One
25005-6You Need To Rock

Harry Edison, trumpet; Johnny Hodges, alto sax; Duke Ellington, piano; Les Spann, guitar; Sam Jones, bass; Jo Jones, drums.

NYC, February 20, 1959

22729-2St. Louis Blues
22730-3Royal Garden Blues
22731-4Beale Street Blues
22732-5Loveless Love
22733-4Basin Street Blues

Harry Edison, trumpet; Johnny Hodges, alto sax; Duke Ellington, piano; Les Spann, guitar, flute; Al Hall, bass; Jo Jones, drums.

22734-1Weary Blues
22735-9Squeeze Me
22736-5Wabash Blues
22737-2Stompy Jones
22738-11Going Up

** same contents as Verve MGV-8317 + MGV-8345.

2-V6S-8823   Jazz At The Philharmonic In Europe

Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet; J.J. Johnson, trombone; Cannonball Adderley, Benny Carter, alto sax; Lalo Schifrin, piano; Art Davis, bass; Chuck Lampkin, drums.

"Konserthuset", Stockholm, Sweden, November 21, 1960

63VK377Bernie's Tune
63VK378Swedish Jam

Roy Eldridge, trumpet; Don Byas, Stan Getz, Coleman Hawkins, tenor sax; Lalo Schifrin, piano; Art Davis, bass; Jo Jones, drums.

63VK379All The Things You Are

Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet; J.J. Johnson, trombone; Leo Wright, flute #1; Stan Getz, tenor sax; Lalo Schifrin, piano; Art Davis, bass; Chuck Lampkin, drums; Candido, bongos #2,3.

1. 63VK374Kush
2. 63VK375The Mooch
3. 63VK376Wheatleigh Hall

** same contents as Verve V/V6-8539 + V/V6-8542.

2-V6S-8824   Buddy Rich - The Monster

Harry Edison, trumpet; Milt Bernhardt, trombone; Willie Smith, alto sax; Tom Brown, tenor sax; Bob Poland, baritone sax; Gerry Wiggins, piano; Joe Comfort, bass; Buddy Rich, drums, vocals; Jack Costanzo, bongos.

Los Angeles, CA, August 27, 1954

1904-4Sweets' Opus No. 1
1907-3Sportin' Life (as Sweetie Pie)

Thad Jones, Joe Newman, trumpet; Ben Webster, Frank Wess, tenor sax; Oscar Peterson, piano; Freddie Green, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Buddy Rich, drums.

NYC, May 16, 1955

2345-1The Monster

Harry Edison, trumpet; Jimmy Rowles, piano; Barney Kessel, guitar; John Simmons, bass; Buddy Rich, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, September 1, 1955

2479-1Willow Weep For Me
2480-1You're Getting To Be A Habit With Me
2481-2Now's The Time
2485-2Barney's Bugle

Roy Eldridge, Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet; Illinois Jacquet, Flip Phillips, tenor sax; Oscar Peterson, piano; Herb Ellis, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Gene Krupa, Buddy Rich, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, November 1, 1955

2528-3Buddy's Blues

Flip Phillips, tenor sax; Ronnie Ball, piano; Peter Ind, bass; Buddy Rich, drums.

"Johnina Hotel", Miami, FL, May, 1957

22380Broadway
22381Jumpin' At The Woodside

V6-8825   Mill Valley Bunch - Casting Pearls

Leo Doe, Mike Doe, Nick Doe, Rick Doe, producer.

Golden Doe Recorders, San Francisco, CA, April 18, 1973

73L5059Jimmy's Blues
73L5060Let Me Down Easy
73L5061Hollywood Blues
73L5062Lettin' Go Ain't Easy
73L5063Last Call Blues
73L5064I've Had It
73L5065Young Girl Blues
73L5066What Would I Do Without My Baby
73L5067Settle It In The Bedroom, Baby

V6-8826   Ella Fitzgerald And Billie Holiday - The Newport Years, Volume I

Don Abney, piano; Wendell Marshall, bass; Jo Jones, drums; Ella Fitzgerald, vocals.

"Newport Jazz Festival", Newport, RI, evening, July 4, 1957

This Can't Be Love
I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good
Body And Soul
April In Paris
I Got A Crush On You
Air Mail Special

Mal Waldron, piano; Joe Benjamin, bass; Jo Jones, drums; Billie Holiday, vocals.

"Newport Jazz Festival", Newport, RI, evening, July 6, 1957

Nice Work If You Can Get It
Willow Weep For Me
Lover Come Back To Me
Lady Sings The Blues
My Man

V6-8827   The Teddy Wilson Trio And The Gerry Mulligan Quartet - The Newport Years, Volume II

Teddy Wilson, piano; Milton Hinton, bass; Specs Powell, drums; with Gerry Mulligan, baritone sax #5.

"Newport Jazz Festival", Newport, RI, evening, July 6, 1957

1.Stompin' At The Savoy
2.Air Mail Special
3.Basin Street Blues
4.I Got Rhythm
5. 63VK559Sweet Georgia Brown

Bob Brookmeyer, valve trombone; Gerry Mulligan, baritone sax; Joe Benjamin, bass; Dave Bailey, drums.

My Funny Valentine
63VK560 | 63VK652Utter Chaos

** originally released as Verve MGV-8235 entitled "The Teddy Wilson Trio & Gerry Mulligan Quartet With Bob Brookmeyer At Newport".

V6-8828   Oscar Peterson Trio With Sonny Stitt, Roy Eldridge, Jo Jones And The All Stars - The Newport Years, Volume III

Oscar Peterson, piano; Herb Ellis, guitar; Ray Brown, bass.

"Newport Jazz Festival", Newport, RI, evening, July 7, 1957

63VK561Will You Still Be Mine
Joy Spring
63VK562A Gal In Calico
63VK56352nd Street Theme

Oscar Peterson, piano; Herb Ellis, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; with Roy Eldridge, trumpet #1,2,4; Sonny Stitt, alto, tenor sax #1,3,4; Jo Jones, drums.

1.Monitor Blues
2.Willow Weep For Me
3.Autumn In New York
4.Roy's Son

** originally released as Verve MGV-8239 entitled "The Oscar Peterson Trio With Roy Eldridge, Sonny Stitt & Jo Jones At Newport".

V6-8829   Coleman Hawkins, Roy Eldridge, Pete Brown, Jo Jones, All-Stars - The Newport Years, Volume IV

Roy Eldridge, trumpet #1,3,5; Pete Brown, alto sax #1,2,5; Coleman Hawkins, tenor sax #1,4,5; Ray Bryant, piano; Al McKibbon, bass; Jo Jones, drums.

"Newport Jazz Festival", Newport, RI, evening, July 5, 1957

1.I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me
2.Day By Day
3.Embraceable You
4.Moonglow
5.Sweet Georgia Brown

** originally released as Verve MGV-8240 entitled "The Coleman Hawkins, Roy Eldridge, Pete Brown, Jo Jones All Stars At Newport".

V6-8830   Dizzy Gillespie - The Newport Years, Volume V

Talib Daawud, Lee Morgan, Ermit V. Perry, Carl Warwick, trumpet; Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet, vocals; Chuck Connors, Al Grey, Melba Liston, trombone; Ernie Henry, Jimmy Powell, alto sax; Benny Golson, Billy Mitchell, tenor sax; Pee Wee Moore, baritone sax; Wynton Kelly, piano; Paul West, bass; Charlie Persip, drums.

"Newport Jazz Festival", Newport, RI, evening, July 6, 1957

63VK577Dizzy's Blues
63VK578School Days
Doodlin'
Manteca
I Remember Clifford
Cool Breeze

** originally released as Verve MGV-8242 entitled "Dizzy Gillespie At Newport".

V6-8831   Count Basie With Jimmy Rushing, Lester Young, Illinois Jacquet, Jo Jones, Roy Eldridge - The Newport Years, Volume VI

Wendell Culley, Reunald Jones, Thad Jones, Joe Newman, trumpet; Henry Coker, Bill Hughes, Benny Powell, trombone; Bill Graham, alto sax; Marshall Royal, alto sax, clarinet; Frank Foster, tenor sax; Frank Wess, tenor sax, flute; Charlie Fowlkes, baritone sax; Count Basie, piano, organ; Freddie Green, guitar; Eddie Jones, bass; Sonny Payne, drums #1; with Roy Eldridge, trumpet #7; Lester Young, tenor sax #2-7; Illinois Jacquet, tenor sax #7; Jo Jones, drums #2-7; Jimmy Rushing, vocals #4-6.

"Newport Jazz Festival", Newport, RI, evening, July 7, 1957

1.Swingin' At Newport
2.Polka Dots And Moonbeams
3.Lester Leaps In
4.Sent For You Yesterday (And Here You Come Today)
5.Boogie Woogie
6.Evenin'
7.One O'Clock Jump (theme)

** originally released as Verve MGV-8243 entitled "Count Basie With Jimmy Rushing, Lester Young, Jo Jones, Illinois Jacquet And Roy Eldridge At Newport".

V6-8832   Jimmy Smith - Portuguese Soul

Jimmy Smith, organ; unidentified orchestra, Thad Jones, arranger, conductor.

A&R Studios, NYC, February 8, 1973

73NY931And I Love You So
73NY932Blap
73NY9331st Movement: Portuguese Soul

same personnel.

A&R Studios, NYC, February 9, 1973

73NY951Opening: Prologue
73NY9522nd Movement: Ritual
73NY9533rd Movement: Farewell To Lisbon Town

V6-8833   Stan Getz & Bill Evans - Previously Unreleased Recordings

Stan Getz, tenor sax; Bill Evans, piano; Richard Davis, bass; Elvin Jones, drums.

NYC, May 5, 1964

64VK352 | 73L5874My Heart Stood Still
64VK353 | 73L5876Grandfather's Waltz
64VK354 | 73L5875Melinda

Stan Getz, tenor sax; Bill Evans, piano; Ron Carter, bass; Elvin Jones, drums.

NYC, May 6, 1964

64VK355 | 73L5873Funkallero
64VK356 | 73L5872But Beautiful
64VK357 | 73L5871Night And Day

** also released on Verve (J) J33J 25065, 833 802-2 entitled "Stan Getz & Bill Evans".
** part of Verve VE-2-2510, 314 527 953-2.

V6-8834   Johnny Hodges - Previously Unreleased Recordings

Johnny Hodges, alto sax; Lalo Schifrin, piano; Barry Galbraith, guitar; George Duvivier, bass; Dave Bailey, drums.

NYC, March 26, 1963

63VK349 | 73L5939Wanderlust
63VK350 | 73L5941Somebody Loves Me
63VK351 | 73L5936Dreary Days
63VK352 | 73L5942Away From You
63VK353 | 73L5940All Too Soon
63VK354 | 73L5934Mama Knows
63VK355 | 73L5935I'm In Another World
63VK356 | 73L5937I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me
63VK357 | 73L5938B.A. Blues

** originally scheduled as Verve V/V6-8546.

V6-8835   Jimmy Witherspoon & Ben Webster - Previously Unreleased Recordings

Ben Webster, tenor sax; Vince Guaraldi, piano; Monty Budwig, bass; Colin Bailey, drums; Jimmy Witherspoon, vocals.

"The Jazz Workshop", San Francisco, CA, 1967

73L5851Everyday I Have The Blues
73L5852See See Rider
73L5853Roll 'Em Pete
73L5854T'ain't Nobody's Bizness
73L5855I'll Always Be In Love With You
73L5856How Long, How Long Blues
73L5857I've Had My Fun If I Don't Get Well No More
73L5858St. Louis Blues

V6-8836   Clark Terry & Bob Brookmeyer - Previously Unreleased Recordings

Clark Terry, trumpet, flugelhorn; Bob Brookmeyer, valve trombone; Eddie Costa, piano; Joe Benjamin, bass; Osie Johnson, drums.

possibly September 14 & 15, 1961

73L5916Simple Waltz
73L5917Things Ain't What They Used To Be
73L5918Manuscript
73L5919Stolen Moments

V6-8837   Sonny Stitt - Previously Unreleased Recordings

Sonny Stitt, tenor, alto sax; Lou Levy, piano; Paul Chambers, bass; Stan Levey, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, June 20, 1960

23270-4 | 73L5866Don't Get Around Much Anymore
23271-3 | 73L5867I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart
23272-3 | 73L5868Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me
23273-3 | 73L5869C Jam Blues
23274-10 | 73L5870Solitude
23276-1 | 73L5862It Don't Mean A Thing
23277-12 | 73L5863I'm Beginning To See The Light
23278-5 | 73L5864Perdido
23279-2 | 73L5865Sophisticated Lady

** originally scheduled as Verve V/V6-8403.

V6-8838   Gil Evans Orch., Kenny Burrell & Phil Woods - Previously Unreleased Recordings

SOLOISTS Johnny Coles, trumpet; Jimmy Knepper, trombone; Phil Woods, alto sax; Wayne Shorter, tenor sax; Harry Lookofsky, violin; Gil Evans, piano; Kenny Burrell, guitar; + Ray Alonge, John Barber, James Cleveland, John Coles, Andrew Fitzgerald, Bernie Glow, Thad Jones, James Knepper, George Marge, Louis Mucci, Tony Studd, Bob Tricarico, Julius Watkins, brass; Steve Lacy, Wayne Shorter, Phil Woods, reeds; Harry Lookofsky, strings; Kenny Burrell, Barry Galbraith, guitar; Ron Carter, Paul Chambers, Bob Cranshaw, Richard Davis, Milt Hinton, Gary Peacock, bass; Elvin Jones, Charles Persip, drums; Gil Evans, arranger.

NYC, September 9, 1963

63VK579 | 73L5921Blues In Orbit
63VK580 | 73L5932Isabel

same personnel.

NYC, September 23, 1963

63VK591 | 73L5929Spoonful

same personnel.

NYC, December 6, 1963

63VK735 | 73L5931Concorde

same personnel.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, July 9, 1964

64VK429 | 73L5933Barracuda

V3HB-8839   Wes Montgomery - Return Engagement

Ernie Royal, Clark Terry, Snooky Young, trumpet; Jimmy Cleveland, Urbie Green, Quentin Jackson, Chauncey Welsch, trombone; Don Butterfield or Harvey Phillips, tuba; Jerome Richardson, woodwinds; Bobby Scott, piano; Wes Montgomery, guitar, leader; Bob Cranshaw, bass; Grady Tate, drums; Willie Bobo, percussion; Johnny Pate, arranger, conductor.

A&R Studios, NYC, November 16, 1964

64VK583West Coast Blues

Roger Kellaway, piano; Wes Montgomery, guitar; Bob Cranshaw, bass; Helcio Milito or Grady Tate, drums; Candido Camero, bongos, congas; + Arnold Eidus, Lewis Eley, Paul Gershman, Louis Haber, Julius Held, Harry Lookofsky, Jos. Malignaggi, Gene Orloff, Sol Shapiro, violin; Harold Coletta, David Schwartz, viola; Charles McCracken, George Ricci, cello; Margaret Ross, harp; Don Sebesky, arranger, conductor.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, March 16, 1965

65VK307Musty
65VK309Here's That Rainy Day

same personnel.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, May 19, 1965

65VK336Con Alma

same personnel.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, May 20, 1965

65VK339ABumpin', Part I
65VK339BBumpin', Part II

Wynton Kelly, piano; Wes Montgomery, guitar; Paul Chambers, bass; Jimmy Cobb, drums; Claus Ogerman, brass and woodwinds arranger.

"Half Note", NYC, June 25, 1965;
overdubs recorded NYC, October 8, 1968

105612Willow Weep For Me (overdubbed version)

Wynton Kelly, piano; Wes Montgomery, guitar; Paul Chambers, bass; Jimmy Cobb, drums.

"Half Note", NYC, September 17, 1965

105618Impressions

Donald Byrd, Danny Moore, Joe Newman, Ernie Royal, trumpet; Wayne Andre, Jimmy Cleveland, Quentin Jackson, Tony Studd, trombone; Phil Woods, alto sax, clarinet; Jerry Dodgion, alto sax, clarinet, flute, piccolo; Romeo Penque, tenor sax, flute, clarinet, English horn, oboe, piccolo; Dan Bank, baritone sax, flute, alto flute, bass clarinet; Bob Ashton, sax, clarinet, flute; Herbie Hancock, Roger Kellaway, piano; Wes Montgomery, guitar; George Duvivier, bass; Sol Gubin, Grady Tate, drums; Candido, congas; Oliver Nelson, arranger, conductor.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, November 20, 1965

65VK547Goin' Out Of My Head
65VK548Boss City

same personnel.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, December 22, 1965

65VK580Naptown Blues

George Devens, vibes; Wes Montgomery, guitar; Ron Carter, bass; Grady Tate, drums; Ray Barretto, congas; + Bernard Eichen, Arnold Eidus, Paul Gershman, Emanuel Green, Julius Held, Harry Lookofsky, Joe Malin, Gene Orloff, violin; Abe Kessler, Charles McCracken, George Ricci, Harvey Shapiro, cello; Claus Ogerman, arranger.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, March 17, 1966

66VK298Midnight Mood
66VK299Bumpin' On Sunset
66VK300What The World Needs Now Is Love

Wes Montgomery, guitar; Ron Carter, bass; Grady Tate, drums; Ray Barretto, congas.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, March 21, 1966

66VK303The Thumb
66VK304Tequila

Mel Davis, Bernie Glow, James Nottingham, trumpet; Wayne Andre, John Messner, Bill Watrous, trombone; James Buffington, French horn; Don Butterfield, tuba; Walter Kane, bassoon, clarinet, tenor sax; Ray Beckenstein, alto sax, flute, piccolo; Stan Webb, alto, baritone sax, English horn, clarinet; Jack Jennings, vibes, castanets, scratches; Herbie Hancock, piano; Al Casamenti, Wes Montgomery, Bucky Pizzarelli, guitar; Richard Davis, bass; Ray Barretto, Grady Tate, percussion; Don Sebesky, arranger, conductor.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, September 14, 1966

101169California Dreaming

Jimmy Maxwell, Joe Newman, Ernie Royal, trumpet; Clark Terry, trumpet, flugelhorn; Jimmy Cleveland, Quentin Jackson, Melba Liston, trombone; Tony Studd, bass trombone; Jerome Richardson, tenor, alto flute, clarinet; Jerry Dodgion, alto sax, clarinet, flute, alto flute; Bob Ashton, tenor sax, flute, clarinet; Danny Bank, baritone sax, bass clarinet, flute, alto flute; Phil Woods, sax, clarinet; Jimmy Smith, organ; Wes Montgomery, guitar; Richard Davis, bass; Grady Tate, drums; Oliver Nelson, arranger, conductor.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, September 23, 1966

101195'Round Midnight

V3HB-8840   Charlie Parker - Return Engagement

Al Killan, Howard McGhee, trumpet; Charlie Parker, Willie Smith, alto sax; Lester Young, tenor sax; Arnold Ross, piano; Billy Hadnott, bass; Lee Young, drums.

"Philharmonic Auditorium", Los Angeles, CA, January 28, 1946

245 | 264Lady Be Good, Part 1
246 | 265Lady Be Good, Part 2

Mitch Miller, oboe, English horn; Charlie Parker, alto sax; Bronislaw Gimpel, Max Hollander, Milton Lomask, violin; Frank Brieff, viola; Frank Miller, cello; Meyer Rosen, harp; Stan Freeman, piano; Ray Brown, bass; Buddy Rich, drums; Jimmy Carroll, arranger, conductor.

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC, November 30, 1949

319-5 | 62VK204Just Friends
321-3April In Paris

Charlie Parker, alto sax; Hank Jones, piano; Ray Brown, bass; Buddy Rich, drums.

NYC, March, 1950

372-12Blues (Fast)

Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet; Charlie Parker, alto sax; Thelonious Monk, piano; Curly Russell, bass; Buddy Rich, drums.

NYC, June 6, 1950

410-4Bloomdido
412-6Mohawk
414-6Leap Frog
415-2Relaxin' With Lee

Joseph Singer, French horn; Edwin C. Brown, oboe; Charlie Parker, alto sax; Sam Kaplan, Harry Melnikoff, Sam Rand, Ziggy Smirnoff, violin; Howard Kay, Isadore Zir, viola; Maurice Brown, cello; Verley Mills, harp; Bernie Leighton, piano; Ray Brown, bass; Buddy Rich, drums; Joe Lippman, arranger, conductor.

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC, July 5, 1950

449-2I'll Remember April

Charlie Parker, alto sax; Coleman Hawkins, tenor sax; Hank Jones, piano; Ray Brown, bass; Buddy Rich, drums.

NYC, October, 1950

Ballade

Miles Davis, trumpet; Charlie Parker, alto sax; Walter Bishop Jr., piano; Teddy Kotick, bass; Max Roach, drums.

NYC, January 17, 1951

489-3Au Privave
490-5She Rote
491-1K.C. Blues
492-2Star Eyes

Red Rodney, trumpet; Charlie Parker, alto sax; John Lewis, piano; Ray Brown, bass; Kenny Clarke, drums.

RCA Victor's 24th Street Studios, NYC, August 8, 1951

611-4Swdish Schnapps
612-2 | 62VK459Back Home Blues

Chris Griffin, Al Porcino, Bernie Privin, trumpet; Will Bradley, Bill Harris, trombone; unknown, flute, oboe; Toots Mondello, Charlie Parker, Murray Williams, alto sax; Art Drellinger, Hank Ross, tenor sax; Stan Webb, baritone sax; Verley Mills, harp; Lou Stein, piano; Art Ryerson, guitar; Bob Haggart, bass; Don Lamond, drums; unidentified strings, Joe Lippman, arranger, conductor.

First Ave. & East 44th St., NYC, January 22, 1952

677-4Autumn In New York

Charlie Shavers, trumpet; Benny Carter, Johnny Hodges, Charlie Parker, alto sax; Flip Phillips, Ben Webster, tenor sax; Oscar Peterson, piano; Barney Kessel, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; J.C. Heard, drums.

Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, July, 1952

805-2Funky Blues

Charlie Parker, alto sax; Hank Jones, piano; Teddy Kotick, bass; Max Roach, drums.

Fulton Recording, NYC, December 30, 1952

1120-4Kim
1121-5Cosmic Rays

Charlie Parker, alto sax; Al Haig, piano; Percy Heath, bass; Max Roach, drums.

Fulton Recording, NYC, July 28, 1953

1248-1Now's The Time
1249-3Confirmation

Charlie Parker, alto sax; Walter Bishop Jr., piano; Jerome Darr, guitar; Teddy Kotick, bass; Roy Haynes, drums.

Fine Sound, NYC, March 31, 1954

1531-1I Get A Kick Out Of You

Charlie Parker, alto sax; Walter Bishop Jr., piano; Billy Bauer, guitar; Teddy Kotick, bass; Art Taylor, drums.

Fine Sound, NYC, December 10, 1954

2115-5 | 62VK472Love For Sale

V3HB-8841   Bill Evans - Return Engagement

Bill Evans, piano, overdubbed piano.

NYC, May 20, 1963

63VK489Blue Monk

Bill Evans, piano; Gary Peacock, bass; Paul Motian, drums.

NYC, December 18, 1963

63VK744For Heaven's Sake
63VK746Always

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

"The Trident", Sausalito, CA, July 7, 1964

71L2700Nardis

same personnel.

"The Trident", Sausalito, CA, July 9, 1964

71L2703How My Heart Sings

Bill Evans, piano; Chuck Israels, bass; Grady Tate, drums; unidentified strings and woodwinds, Claus Ogerman, arranger, conductor.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, September 29, 1965

65VK507Pavane

same personnel.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, December 16, 1965

65VK515Valse

Bill Evans, piano; Eddie Gomez, bass; Shelly Manne, drums.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, October 4, 1966

101329My Melancholy Baby
101335Star Eyes
101337These Things Called Changes

Bill Evans, piano; Eddie Gomez, bass #2; Jack DeJohnette, drums #2.

"Montreux Jazz Festival", "Casino De Montreux", Switzerland, June 15, 1968

1. 105386I Loves You Porgy
2. 105389Someday My Prince Will Come

Bill Evans, piano.

Webster Hall, NYC, September 23, 24 & 30 & October 8, 14 & 21, 1968

106583A Time For Love
106584Midnight Mood

Bill Evans, piano; Eddie Gomez, bass; Marty Morell, drums; with Jeremy Steig, flute.

Webster Hall, NYC, January 30, February 3, 4 & 5 & March 11, 1969

106134Spartacus Love Theme

Bill Evans, Fender Rhodes electric piano, Steinway piano; Sam Brown, guitar; John Beal, Eddie Gomez, bass; Marty Morell, drums; unidentified brass, woodwinds and strings, Michel Legrand, arranger, conductor.

San Francisco, CA, March 26, 1970;
A&R Studios, NYC, April or May, 1970;
Mediasound, NYC, October 14, 1969;
Mediasound, NYC, October 21, 1969;
Century Sound Recording Studios, NYC, November 13, 1969;
RCA Studios, NYC, April 23, 1970;
RCA Studios, NYC, April 29, 1970;
A&R Studios, NYC, May 1, 1970;
San Francisco, CA, March 28, 1970;
RCA Studios, NYC, May 27, 1970;
San Francisco, CA, March 26, 1970

70NY700-?What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life?

V3HB-8842   Oscar Peterson - Return Engagement

Oscar Peterson, piano; Herb Ellis, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Buddy Rich, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, December 27, 1955

2575-3Blues For Basie

Oscar Peterson, piano; unidentified orchestra, Russell Garcia, arranger, conductor.

Los Angeles, CA, December 30, 1955

2592-7 | 20025-7Laura

Oscar Peterson, piano; Ray Brown, bass; Ed Thigpen, drums; unidentified orchestra, Russell Garcia, arranger, conductor.

Los Angeles, CA?, November 5, 1959

22981-6Con Alma

Oscar Peterson, piano; Ray Brown, bass; Ed Thigpen, drums.

"London House", Chicago, IL, July 27, 1961

101622There Is No Greater Love

same personnel.

"London House", Chicago, IL, July 28, 1961

101623I Remember Clifford

same personnel.

"London House", Chicago, IL, July 29, 1961

61VK535Whisper Not

same personnel.

"London House", Chicago, IL, August 6-July 27, 1961

61VK662On Green Dolphin Street

Milt Jackson, vibes; Oscar Peterson, piano; Ray Brown, bass; Ed Thigpen, drums.

NYC, September 15, 1961

61VK344On Green Dolphin Street

Oscar Peterson, piano; Ray Brown, bass; Ed Thigpen, drums.

NYC, January 24 & 25, 1962

62VK247Somewhere

same personnel.

Chicago, IL, September 25, 1962

62VK633Waltz For Debby

same personnel.

Los Angeles, CA, December 15 & 16, 1962

62VK756Night Train
62VK757C Jam Blues
62VK758Georgia On My Mind
62VK759Bags' Groove

same personnel.

NYC, February 27, 1964

64VK263Little Darlin'

same personnel.

RCA Studios, NYC, October 20, 1964

64VK516My One And Only Love

V3HB-8843   Cal Tjader - Return Engagement

Paul Horn, flute, alto sax; Cal Tjader, vibes; Lonnie Hewitt, piano; Al McKibbon, bass; Johnny Rae, drums; Wilfredo Vicente, congas; Armando Peraza, bongos.

Los Angeles, CA, August 28 & 29, 1961

61VK419Triste

Cal Tjader, vibes; Clare Fisher, organ, piano; Fred Schreiber, bass; Johnny Rae, drums; Bill Fitch, conga drums.

Los Angeles, CA, January 29, 1963

63VK244Manha De Carnaval

Ernie Royal, Clark Terry, trumpet; Urbie Green, trombone; Bob Northern, French horn; Don Butterfield, tuba; Walt Levinsky, flute, woodwinds; Leon Cohen, Irving Horowitz, oboe; George Berg, bassoon, bass clarinet; Phil Bodner, Phil Kraus, reeds, woodwinds; Stan Webb, woodwinds; Arnold Eidus, Leo Kruczek, Emanuel Vardi, violin; Charles McCracken, cello; Robert Maxwell, harp; Cal Tjader, vibes; Lalo Schifrin, piano, arranger, conductor; Jimmy Raney, guitar; George Duvivier, bass; Ed Shaughnessy, drums; Johnny Rae, timbales, percussion; Jack Del Rio, tambourine, congas.

NYC, April 23, 1963

63VK427Tokyo Blues

Donald Byrd, trumpet; Jimmy Heath, tenor sax; Cal Tjader, vibes; Lonnie Hewitt, piano; Kenny Burrell, guitar; Richard Davis, John Hilliard, bass; Bob Bushnell, electric bass; Johnny Rae, Grady Tate, drums; Willie Bobo, Armando Peraza, Alberto Valdes, percussion; Gary McFarland, arranger.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, November 20, 1964

64VK589Afro-Blue

Cal Tjader, vibes; Lonnie Hewitt, piano; John Hilliard, bass; Johnny Rae, drums; Willie Bobo, Armando Peraza, Alberto Valdes, percussion.

A&R Studios, NYC, November 20, 1964

64VK596?Tanya
64VK599Somewhere In The Night
64VK600Maramoor

Cal Tjader, vibes; Paul Griffin, piano; Richard Davis, bass; Sol Gubin or Grady Tate, drums; Armando Peraza, percussion.

A&R Studios, NYC, June 1 & 2, 1965

65VK354Doxy
65VK355Reza

same personnel.

A&R Studios, NYC, June 2, 1965

65VK382Daddy Long Legs

Cal Tjader, vibes; Lonnie Hewitt, piano; Terry Hilliard, bass; Johnny Rae, drums; Armando Peraza, percussion.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, June 22, 1965

65VK405Soul Bird (Tin Tin Deo)

Jerry Dodgion, Seldon Powell, flute; Cal Tjader, vibes; Chick Corea, piano; Bobby Rodriguez, bass; Carlos "Patato" Valdes, congas; Jose Mangual, timbales; Victor Pantoja, percussion.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, February 9, 1966

66VK244Curacao
66VK245Soul Burst (Guajera)

same personnel.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, February 10, 1966

66VK247Morning

Marvin Stamm, trumpet; Hubert Laws, flute; Cal Tjader, vibes; Joao Donato, organ; Red Mitchell, bass; Ed Thigpen, drums; Don Sebesky, arranger, conductor.

Los Angeles, CA, September 19, 1967;
NYC, 1968

L540A Time For Love
L545Cal's Bluedo

Ernie Royal, Marvin Stamm, trumpet, flugelhorn; J.J. Johnson, trombone; Alan Raph, bass trombone; Jerome Richardson, flute, tenor, baritone sax; Cal Tjader, vibes; John Bunch, piano #1; Herbie Hancock, piano #2; Ron Carter, bass; Mel Lewis, drums; Ray Barretto, conga drums; Bobby Rosengarden, percussion; Bobby Bryant, Benny Golson, arranger.

NYC, December 12, 1967

1. 104127Sweet Honey Bee
2. 104129Moanin'

V3HB-8844   Stan Getz - Return Engagement

Stan Getz, tenor sax; Blanchie Birdsong, harp; Dave Hildinger, vibes; Jan Johansson, piano; Freddy Dutton, bass; Sperie Karas, drums; unidentified strings, Russell Garcia, arranger, director.

Baden-Baden, West Germany, March, 1960

23179-2Whisper Not
23181-4Early Autumn

Stan Getz, tenor sax; with Norman Carr, Alan Martin, Gerald Tarack, violin; Jacob Glick, viola; Bruce Rogers, cello; Steve Kuhn, piano; possibly John Neves, bass; Roy Haynes, drums; unidentified woodwinds, Hershy Kay, conductor; Eddie Sauter, composer, arranger.

Webster Hall, NYC, July 14, 1961;
NYC, September & October, 1961

61VK276Her
61VK278I Remember When

Stan Getz, tenor sax; Charlie Byrd, guitar; Keter Betts, bass; Gene Byrd, bass, guitar; Buddy Deppenschmidt, Bill Reichenbach, drums.

"Pierce Hall, All Souls Unitarian Church", Washington, DC, February 13, 1962

62VK341Desafinado

Stan Getz, tenor sax; Gary Burton, vibes; Eugene Cherico, bass; Joe Hunt, drums.

"Carnegie Hall", NYC, October 9, 1964

64VK622Stan's Blues
64VK623Here's That Rainy Day

Stan Getz, tenor sax; unidentified orchestra, Johnny Pate, arranger.

NYC, September-October, 1966

106185What's New
106187I Remember Clifford
106201Heartstrings

Stan Getz, tenor sax; Chick Corea, piano; Ron Carter, bass; Grady Tate, drums.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, March 30, 1967

102483Con Alma
102484Windows

Stan Getz, tenor sax; Eddy Louiss, organ; Rene Thomas, guitar; Bernard Lubat, drums.

"Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club", London, England, March 15, 16 & 17, 1971

71L2440Dynasty

V3HB-8845   George Benson - Return Engagement

Ernie Royal, Snookie Young, trumpet; Jimmy Owens, trumpet, flugelhorn; Alan Raph, bass trombone; Pepper Adams, baritone sax; George Benson, lead guitar; Eric J. Gale, guitar; Bob Cranshaw, bass; Billy Cobham Jr., drums; Johnny Pacheco, tambourine #1, conga drums #2,3; Eileen Gilbert, Albertine Robinson, Lois Winter, vocals #2,3; Tom McIntosh, arranger, conductor.

A&R Studios, NYC or Capitol Studios, NYC, February 5, 1968

1. 104355Giblet Gravy
2. 104356Walk On By
3. 104357Sunny

Ernie Royal, Snookie Young, trumpet; Jimmy Owens, trumpet, flugelhorn; Alan Raph, bass trombone; Pepper Adams, baritone sax; George Benson, lead guitar; Eric J. Gale, guitar; Ron Carter, bass; Billy Cobham Jr., drums; Johnny Pacheco, tambourine; Tom McIntosh, arranger, conductor.

A&R Studios, NYC or Capitol Studios, NYC, February 6, 1968

104377Sack Of Woe

Herbie Hancock, piano; George Benson, lead guitar; Ron Carter, bass; Billy Cobham Jr., drums; Johnny Pacheco, conga drums.

104381What's New?
104383Thunder Walk
104386Low Down And Dirty

Ernie Royal, Snookie Young, trumpet; Jimmy Owens, trumpet, flugelhorn; Alan Raph, bass trombone; Pepper Adams, baritone sax; George Benson, lead guitar; Carl Lynch, guitar #2; Ron Carter, bass; Billy Cobham Jr., drums; Johnny Pacheco, conga drums; Tom McIntosh, arranger, conductor.

A&R Studios, NYC or Capitol Studios, NYC, February 7, 1968

1. 104378Groovin'
2. 104379Along Came Mary

Clark Terry, trumpet; Garnett Brown, trombone; Arthur Clarke, George Marge, tenor sax, flute; Buddy Lucas, harmonica; Paul Griffin, piano, celeste; George Benson, guitar, vocals; Chuck Rainey, Fender bass; Leo Morris, drums; Jack Jennings, congas, vibes; The Sweet Inspirations, vocal group; The Winston Collymore Strings, Horace Ott, arranger, conductor.

A&R Studios, NYC, November 18, 1968

105799People Get Ready
105800Julie
105820I Remember Wes
105821Carnival Joys

same personnel.

A&R Studios, NYC, November 19, 1968

105822Song For My Father
105823You Make Me Feel Like A Natural Woman

Bob Cranshaw, Fender bass; Jimmy Johnson Jr., drums; replaces Rainey, Morris.

105824Windmills Of Your Mind
105825That Lucky Old Sun
105827Doobie, Doobie Blues

** same contents as Verve V/V6-8749 + V6-8771.

V3HB-8846   Willie Bobo - Return Engagement

Melvin Lastie, cornet; Bobby Brown, alto, tenor sax; Clarence Henry, guitar; Richard Davis or Jim Phillips, bass; Victor Pantoja, conga drums; Willie Bobo, percussion.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, August 30, 1965

65VK432Nessa
65VK433Elation
65VK434Haitian Lady

same personnel.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, September 8, 1965

65VK467Shotgun
65VK470Hurt So Bad

Mel Lastie, cornet; Bobby Brown, alto, tenor sax; Sonny Henry, guitar; Jon Hart, Bobby Rodriguez, bass; Carlos Valdes, congas; Oswald Martinez, bongos, guiro; Willie Bobo, timbales; Jose Mangual, Victor Pantoja, percussion.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, April 25, 1966

100165Rescue Me
100166Michelle

same personnel.

Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, April 26, 1966

100170I Remember Clifford

Willie Bobo, vocals, percussion; Teddy Reig, Pete Spargo, producer.

NYC, September 27, 1966

101118Reza
101122Dichoso

Willie Bobo, timbales, vocals; with probable personnel: Melvin Lastie, cornet; Bobby Brown, alto, tenor sax; Sonny Henry, guitar; unknown, bass; unknown, drums; unknown, congas; unknown, guiro; unknown, trmb.

NYC, January 12, 1967

101915Shing-A-Ling Baby

same personnel.

NYC, January 31, 1967

101970Felicidad
101972Roots

same personnel.

NYC, February 4, 1967

102032La Descarga Del Bobo

Willie Bobo, vocals, timbales; Sonny Henry, Bert Keyes, arranger; Teddy Reig, Pete Spargo, producer.

NYC, July 20, 1967

102977Black Coffee
102978La Bamba
103201Night Walk

same personnel.

NYC, July 27, 1967

103054Evil Ways

Willie Bobo, timbales, vocals; Jimmy Owens, trumpet, flugelhorn; Felix Wilkins, flute; Kenny Rodgers, tenor, alto sax; Sonny Henry, guitar; Chuck Rainey, bass; Freddie Waits, drums; Victor Pantoja, congas; John Rodriguez Jr., bongos, cowbell; Osvaldo Martinez, gourd, cowbell; Sonny Henry, arranger #1.

A&R Studios, NYC, December 23, 1968

1. 105906Lisa
2. 105912Sham Time

V3HB-8847   Gene Krupa - Return Engagement

Charlie Shavers, trumpet; Bill Harris, trombone; Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, tenor sax; Teddy Wilson, piano; Ray Brown, bass; Gene Krupa, drums.

NYC, February 2, 1954

1509-4Who's Rhythm

Eddie Shu, trumpet, clarinet, alto, tenor sax, accordion; Bobby Scott, piano; Wendell Marshall, bass; Gene Krupa, drums.

NYC, December 14, 1954

2133-5Gene's Bass Blues

Eddie Shu, trumpet, clarinet, alto, tenor sax, accordion; Bobby Scott, piano; possibly Milt Hinton, bass; Gene Krupa, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, February 7, 1955

2270-1Tee Pee

Eddie Shu, clarinet, alto, tenor sax, harmonica; Bobby Scott, piano, vocals; John Drew, bass; Gene Krupa, drums.

NYC, March 10, 1955

2288-3Strike Up The Band
2291-2Krupa's Wail

Lionel Hampton, vibes; Teddy Wilson, piano; Red Callender, bass; Gene Krupa, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, July 31, 1955

2360-4Avalon
2361-6 | 63VK630I Got Rhythm
2362-4Moonglow
2363-2Blues For Benny
2364-4Just You, Just Me
2366-2Air Mail Special

Eddie Shu, trumpet, clarinet, alto, tenor sax; Dave McKenna, piano; Wendell Marshall, bass; Gene Krupa, drums.

NYC, June 6, 1957

21057-1Love Is Here To Stay
21058-7Jumpin' At The Woodside

same personnel.

NYC, July 2, 1957

21080-3Out Of Nowhere

Gail Curtis, sax; Teddy Napoleon, piano; Mort Herbert, bass; Gene Krupa, drums.

Chicago, IL, October 1, 1957

21545-4Gone With The Wind
21546-2Pick Yourself Up

V3HB-8848   Milt Jackson - Return Engagement

Milt Jackson, vibes; John Lewis, piano; Percy Heath, bass; Connie Kay, drums.

"Opera House", Chicago, IL, October 19, 1957

D & E Blues
Now's The Time
'Round Midnight

Milt Jackson, vibes; Oscar Peterson, piano; Ray Brown, bass; Ed Thigpen, drums.

NYC, September 18, 1961

61VK348The Work Song

Milt Jackson, vibes; Hank Jones, piano; Kenny Burrell, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Albert "Tootie" Heath, drums.

A&R Studios, NYC, January 14, 1964

64VK212Much In Common
64VK213What Kind Of Fool Am I
64VK215Nancy
64VK216Just For A Thrill

Ernie Royal, Clark Terry, Snooky Young, trumpet; Jimmy Cleveland, Urbie Green, Tom McIntosh, Tony Studd, trombone; Ray Alonge, French horn; Bob Ashton, Danny Bank, Jimmy Heath, Romeo Penque, Jerome Richardson, Phil Woods, reeds; Milt Jackson, vibes; Hank Jones, piano; Ray Brown, bass; Grady Tate, drums; Oliver Nelson, arranger.

NYC, January 4, 1965

65VK200Lazy Theme
65VK203Now Hear Me Moaning

same personnel.

NYC, January 5, 1965

65VK206Dew And Mud

Hubert Laws, flute; Milt Jackson, vibes; Cedar Walton, piano; Ron Carter, bass; Grady Tate, drums; and Sanford Allen, violin; Alfred Brown, viola; Ronald Lipscomb, Kermit Moore, cello; Tom McIntosh, arranger, conductor.

A&R Studios, NYC, June 3, 1968

105172A Walkin' Thing
105173Bags And Strings

James Moody, flute; James Moody, tenor sax; Milt Jackson, vibes; Cedar Walton, piano; Bob Cranshaw, bass; Mickey Roker, drums; and Sanford Allen, violin; Alfred Brown, viola; Sidney Edwards, Ronald Lipscomb, cello; Tom McIntosh, arranger, conductor.

A&R Studios, NYC, June 17, 1968

105279The Morning After
105280In Walked Bud
105282For All We Know

V3HB-8849   Lester Young - Return Engagement

Lester Young, tenor sax; Hank Jones, piano; Ray Brown, bass; Buddy Rich, drums.

NYC, March, 1950

370-2 | 62VK227Up 'N' Adam

Lester Young, tenor sax; John Lewis, piano; Gene Ramey, bass; Jo Jones, drums.

NYC, January 16, 1951

485-1Undercover Girl Blues

Lester Young, tenor sax; Oscar Peterson, piano; Barney Kessel, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; J.C. Heard, drums.

NYC, August 4, 1952

883-2Ad Lib Blues
886-1Indiana
888-2I Can't Get Started
894-1There'll Never Be Another You

Jesse Drakes, trumpet; Lester Young, tenor sax; Gildo Mahones, piano; Gene Ramey, bass; Connie Kay, drums.

Fine Sound, NYC, December 11, 1953

1399-2New D.B. Blues

Harry Edison, trumpet; Lester Young, tenor sax; Oscar Peterson, piano; Herb Ellis, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Buddy Rich, drums.

Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, November 1, 1955

2534-1Red Boy Blues
2535-1Pennies From Heaven
2537-1One O'Clock Jump

Roy Eldridge, trumpet; Vic Dickenson, trombone; Lester Young, tenor sax; Teddy Wilson, piano; Freddie Green, guitar; Gene Ramey, bass; Jo Jones, drums.

Fine Sound, NYC, January 12, 1956

2646-2I Guess I'll Have To Change My Plans
2647-2I Didn't Know What Time It Was
2648-4Gigantic Blues

Lester Young, tenor sax; Teddy Wilson, piano; Gene Ramey, bass; Jo Jones, drums.

Fine Sound, NYC, January 13, 1956

2659-1Taking A Chance On Love
2660-1All Of Me
2662-2Love Is Here To Stay

V3HB-8850   Count Basie - Return Engagement

Paul Campbell, Wendell Culley, Reunald Jones, Joe Newman, trumpet; Henry Coker, Benny Powell, Jimmy Wilkins, trombone; Marshall Royal, alto sax, clarinet; Ernie Wilkins, alto, tenor sax, arranger; Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, Paul Quinichette, tenor sax; Charlie Fowlkes, baritone sax; Oscar Peterson, piano #3; Count Basie, piano, organ; Freddie Green, guitar; Jimmy Lewis, bass; Ray Brown, bass #3; Gus Johnson, drums; Buck Clayton, Andy Gibson, Buster Harding, Nat Pierce, Don Redman, A.K. Salim, arranger.

NYC, July 22 & 23, 1952

1. 824-7There's A Small Hotel
2. 831-3Blee Blop Blues (as Tippin' On The Q.T.)
3. 836-5Be My Guest

Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, Paul Quinichette, tenor sax #1; Oscar Peterson, piano #1, organ #2; Count Basie, organ #1, piano #2; Freddie Green, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Gus Johnson, drums.

1. 835-7Blues For The Count And Oscar
2. 838-2Extended Blues

Reunald Jones, Joe Newman, trumpet; Henry Coker, trombone; Marshall Royal, clarinet; Paul Quinichette, tenor sax; Charlie Fowlkes, baritone sax; Count Basie, piano, organ; Freddie Green, guitar; Gene Ramey, bass; Buddy Rich, drums.

NYC, December 13, 1952

968-6Oh, Lady Be Good

Joe Newman, trumpet; Paul Quinichette, tenor sax; Count Basie, piano, organ; Freddie Green, guitar; Gene Ramey, bass; Buddy Rich, drums.

NYC, December 15, 1952

977-3Basie Beat
978-4She's Funny That Way
980-1K.C. Organ Blues
981-7Blue And Sentimental
982-1Stan Shorthair
984-4Royal Garden Blues

Wendell Culley, Reunald Jones, Thad Jones, Joe Newman, trumpet; Henry Coker, Bill Hughes, Benny Powell, trombone; Marshall Royal, alto sax, clarinet; Ernie Wilkins, alto, tenor sax, arranger; Frank Foster, Frank Wess, tenor sax; Charlie Fowlkes, baritone sax; Count Basie, piano, organ; Freddie Green, guitar; Eddie Jones, bass; Gus Johnson, drums; Buster Harding, Neal Hefti, arranger.

NYC, August 17, 1954

1899-2Mambo Mist

Wendell Culley, Reunald Jones, Thad Jones, Joe Newman, trumpet; Henry Coker, Bill Hughes, Benny Powell, trombone; Bill Graham, alto sax; Marshall Royal, alto sax, clarinet; Frank Wess, tenor sax, flute; Frank Foster, tenor sax, arranger; Charlie Fowlkes, baritone sax; Count Basie, piano; Freddie Green, guitar, arranger; Eddie Jones, bass; Sonny Payne, drums; Joe Williams, vocals; Wild Bill Davis, Ernie Wilkins, arranger.

NYC, May 17, 1955

2347-2 | 64VK364Every Day I Have The Blues
2349-2 | 62VK208Alright, Okay, You Win

same personnel.

NYC, July 26, 1955

2351-1 | 62VK210April In Paris
2352-5Corner Pocket
2359-4Sweetie Cakes

Wendell Culley, Reunald Jones, Thad Jones, trumpet; Joe Newman, trumpet, arranger; Henry Coker, Bill Hughes, Benny Powell, trombone; Bill Graham, alto sax; Marshall Royal, alto sax, clarinet; Frank Wess, tenor sax, flute, arranger; Frank Foster, tenor sax, arranger; Charlie Fowlkes, baritone sax; Count Basie, piano, organ; Freddie Green, guitar; Eddie Jones, bass; Sonny Payne, drums; Joe Williams, vocals; Ernie Wilkins, arranger.

NYC, January 4, 1956

2621-3Shiny Stockings