Clef Records Catalog: 600 series

Clef 600 series (12 inch LP)

MGC-600   Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic Featuring The Gene Krupa Trio

Charlie Ventura, tenor, baritone sax; Teddy Napoleon, piano; Gene Krupa, drums.

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

Stompin' At The Savoy
Body And Soul
63VK634Dark Eyes

same personnel.

"Carnegie Hall", NYC, May 27, 1946

911 | 219Idaho, Part 1
912 | 220Idaho, Part 2

same personnel.

live in NYC, June, 1952

The Man I Love

** previously released on Mercury MGC-500.

MGC-601   Norman Granz' Jam Session #1

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

802-2Jam Blues
804-2Ballad Medley

** previously released on Mercury MGC-601.

MGC-602   Norman Granz' Jam Session #2

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.: same session.

Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, July, 1952

803-3What Is This Thing Called Love
805-2Funky Blues

** previously released on Mercury MGC-602.

MGC-603   Oscar Peterson Plays Cole Porter

Oscar Peterson, piano, vocals; Barney Kessel, guitar; Ray Brown, bass.

Los Angeles, CA, November 25, 1951

634-6Love For Sale

Oscar Peterson, piano, vocals; Barney Kessel, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Alvin Stoller, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, February 26, 1952

708-1Just One Of Those Things

Oscar Peterson, piano; Barney Kessel, guitar; Ray Brown, bass.

Los Angeles, CA, early December, 1952

904-1Let's Do It
908-6Night And Day
910-1What Is This Thing Called Love
913-8Anything Goes
914-1I've Got You Under My Skin
919-3I Love You
922-2In The Still Of The Night
923-3Every Time We Say Goodbye
925-3Begin The Beguine
926-3So Near And Yet So Far

** previously released on Mercury MGC-603.

MGC-604   Oscar Peterson Plays Irving Berlin

Oscar Peterson, piano; Barney Kessel, guitar; Ray Brown, bass.: same session.

Los Angeles, CA, early December, 1952

906-2I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm
909-5Isn't This A Lovely Day
916-8Cheek To Cheek
927-3Blue Skies
937-3Always

same personnel.

Los Angeles, CA, circa December, 1952

942-1Easter Parade
943-1Alexander's Ragtime Band
944-1The Song Is Ended
945-1Say It Isn't So
946-1Remember
947-3If I Had You
948-1How Deep Is The Ocean

** previously released on Mercury MGC-604.

MGC-605   Oscar Peterson Plays George Gershwin

Oscar Peterson, piano; Barney Kessel, guitar; Ray Brown, bass.: same personnel.

Los Angeles, CA, early December, 1952

898-2Love Walked In
899-1I Got Rhythm
901-1A Foggy Day
902-5Strike Up The Band
903-2The Man I Love
905-3It Ain't Necessarily So
907-1I've Got A Crush On You
911-2Oh, Lady Be Good
912-4'S Wonderful
915-3Fascinatin' Rhythm
920-3Somebody Loves Me
921-4I Was Doin' Alright

** previously released on Mercury MGC-605.

MGC-606   Oscar Peterson Plays Duke Ellington

Oscar Peterson, piano; Barney Kessel, guitar; Ray Brown, bass.: same session.

Los Angeles, CA, early December, 1952

917-5I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good)
918-1In A Mellow Tone
924-1Just A-Sittin' And A-Rockin'
928-5Take The "A" Train
929-2Sophisticated Lady
930-4Cottontail
931-1Prelude To A Kiss
932-1Things Ain't What They Used To Be
933-2Rockin' In Rhythm
934-6Never No Lament (Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me)
935-2Don't Get Around Much Anymore
936-1John Hardy's Wife

** previously released on Mercury MGC-606.

MGC-607   Gene Krupa (not released)

Bernie Glow, Chris Griffin, Steve Lipkins, Charlie Shavers, trumpet; Bobby Byrne, Chuck Evans, Jack Satterfield, Kai Winding, trombone; Lewis Simon, tuba; Stan Ferguson, Lenny Hambro, Al Howard, Stewart McKay, Toots Mondello, Ben Ross, sax; Johnny Smith, guitar; Milt Hinton as Doc Goldberg, George Yorke, bass; Gene Krupa, drums; unidentified strings, George Williams, arranger, conductor.

NYC, December 9, 1952

951Bolero, Part 1

same personnel.

NYC, December 10, 1952

951Bolero, Part 2

MGC-608   Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic - How High The Moon

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
800 | 270After You've Gone, Part 1
801 | 271After You've Gone, Part 2

Buck Clayton, trumpet; Trummy Young, trombone; Willie Smith, alto sax; Coleman Hawkins, Flip Phillips, tenor sax; Kenny Kersey, piano; Benny Fonville, bass; Buddy Rich, drums.

live in Los Angeles, CA, October 7, 1946

105Bell Boy Blues, Part 1
106Bell Boy Blues, Part 2
1941 | 116How High The Moon, Part 1
1942 | 117How High The Moon, Part 2
1943 | 118How High The Moon, Part 3
1944 | 119How High The Moon, Part 4

** previously released on Mercury MGC-508.

MGC-609   Charlie Parker Big Band

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

442-5Dancing In The Dark
444-3Laura

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

675-2Temptation
676-3Lover
677-4Autumn In New York
678-4Stella By Starlight

Jimmy Maxwell, Carl Pool, Al Porcino, Bernie Privin, trumpet; Bill Harris, Lou McGarity, trombone; Bart Varsalona, bass trombone; Charlie Parker, Harry Terrill, Murray Williams, alto sax; Flip Phillips, Hank Ross, tenor sax; Danny Bank, baritone sax; Oscar Peterson, piano; Freddie Green, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Don Lamond, drums; Joe Lippman, arranger, conductor.

First Ave. & East 44th St., NYC, March 25, 1952

756-5Night And Day
757-4Almost Like Being In Love
758-1I Can't Get Started
759-5 | 62VK453What Is This Thing Called Love

** previously released on Mercury MGC-609.

MGC-610   Bud Powell's Moods

Bud Powell, piano; Ray Brown, bass; Buddy Rich, drums.

NYC, July 1, 1950

435-6Hallelujah!
436-6Tea For Two

Bud Powell, piano.

NYC, February, 1951

571-1Parisian Thoroughfare (aka Parisienne Thorofare)
572-1Oblivion
573-1Dusky 'N' Sandy (aka Dusk In Sandi)
574-5Hallucinations (aka Budo)
575-2The Fruit
576-1A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square
577-2Just One Of Those Things
578-1The Last Time I Saw Paris

** previously released on Mercury MGC-610.

MGC-611   The Lionel Hampton Quartet

Lionel Hampton, vibes; Oscar Peterson, piano; Ray Brown, bass; Buddy Rich, drums.

NYC, September 2, 1953

1286-2Always
1287-1'S Wonderful
1288-7Air Mail Special
1290-1Soft Winds

MGC-612   The Genius Of Art Tatum #1

Art Tatum, piano.

Los Angeles, CA, December 28, 1953

1411-1Can't We Be Friends
1412-1This Can't Be Love
1413-4Elegy
1416-2If You Hadn't Gone Away (as Blues In My Heart)
1421-1Begin The Beguine
1422-1Humoresque
1425-1Judy
1428-1Dixieland Band

** also released on Verve MGV-8036.
** part of Clef MGC-2002-5; Verve MGV-8101-5.

MGC-613   The Genius Of Art Tatum #2

Art Tatum, piano.: same session.

Los Angeles, CA, December 28, 1953

1414-1Memories Of You
1415-4Over The Rainbow
1417-1Body And Soul
1418-2The Man I Love
1419-1Makin' Whoopee

same personnel.

Los Angeles, CA, December 29, 1953

1480-1Mighty Lak A Rose

** also released on Verve MGV-8037.
** part of Clef MGC-2002-5; Verve MGV-8101-5.

MGC-614   The Genius Of Art Tatum #3

Art Tatum, piano.: same personnel.

Los Angeles, CA, December 28, 1953

1423-1Louise
1424-1Love For Sale
1426-1I'm Comin' Virginia
1427-2Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams
1429-1Embraceable You
1430-1Come Rain Or Come Shine

** also released on Verve MGV-8038.
** part of Clef MGC-2002-5; Verve MGV-8101-5.

MGC-615   The Genius Of Art Tatum #4

Art Tatum, piano.: same session.

Los Angeles, CA, December 28, 1953

1431-1Just A-Sittin' And A-Rockin'
1432-1There Will Never Be Another You
1433-1Tenderly
1434-1What Does It Take
1435-1You Took Advantage Of Me
1437-1I've Got The World On A String
1438-1Yesterdays

** also released on Verve MGV-8039.
** part of Clef MGC-2002-5; Verve MGV-8101-5.

MGC-616   not used

MGC-617   not used

MGC-618   The Genius Of Art Tatum #5

Art Tatum, piano.: same personnel.

Los Angeles, CA, December 29, 1953

1452-1Have You Met Miss Jones
1453-1In A Sentimental Mood
1457-1Isn't This A Lovely Day
1459-1Without A Song
1460-1Stompin' At The Savoy
1461-1My Last Affair
1463-1Taboo

** also released on Verve MGV-8040.
** part of Clef MGC-2002-5; Verve MGV-8101-5.

MGC-619   not used

MGC-620   not used

MGC-621   not used

MGC-622   Jazz Moods By Illinois Jacquet

Russell Jacquet, trumpet; Joe Newman, trumpet #1; Ernie Henry, alto sax #1; Illinois Jacquet, tenor sax; Rudy Williams, baritone sax #1; Johnny Acea, piano; Leonard Gaskin, bass; Lee Abrams, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, January 18, 1951

1. 493-2Hippity Hop
2. 495-4Moe

Illinois Jacquet, tenor sax; Carl Perkins, piano; Oscar Moore, guitar; Red Callender, bass; J.C. Heard, drums.

498-2Lazy Blues

Illinois Jacquet, tenor sax; Hank Jones, piano; John Collins, guitar; Gene Ramey, bass; Art Blakey, drums.

NYC, May 24, 1951

545-4Just A-Sittin' And A-Rockin'
546-6Mean To Me

Russell Jacquet, Joe Newman, Elmon Wright, Lammar Wright, trumpet; Henry Coker, Matthew Gee, trombone; Ernie Henry, Earl Warren, alto sax; Lowell Hastings, Illinois Jacquet, tenor sax; Cecil Payne, baritone sax; John Acea, piano; Freddie Green, guitar; Al Lucas, bass; Shadow Wilson, drums; A.K. Salim, arranger.

NYC, March 21, 1952

753-5Boot 'Em Up

Illinois Jacquet, tenor sax; Sir Charles Thompson, piano; Hank Jones, organ; Joe Sinacore, guitar; Al Lucas, bass; Shadow Wilson, drums.

NYC, December 31, 1952

1122-10Fat Man Boogie
1123-3Blues In The Night
1124-9Where Are You
1125-3What's The Riff

MGC-623   Oscar Peterson Plays Jerome Kern

Oscar Peterson, piano; Barney Kessel, guitar; Ray Brown, bass.

Los Angeles, CA, early December, 1952

896-2Pick Yourself Up
897-2Long Ago And Far Away
900-3A Fine Romance

Oscar Peterson, piano, vocals; Barney Kessel, guitar; Ray Brown, bass.

Los Angeles, CA, December 6, 1953

1337-3Yesterdays

Oscar Peterson, piano; Barney Kessel, guitar; Ray Brown, bass.

Los Angeles, CA, December 7, 1953

1351-1The Way You Look Tonight
1352-2Old Man River
1353-1Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man
1354-2The Song Is You
1355-3Lovely To Look At
1357-3Smoke Gets In Your Eyes
1358-2Bill

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

Los Angeles, CA, December 31, 1953

1481-4I Won't Dance

MGC-624   Oscar Peterson Plays Richard Rodgers

Oscar Peterson, piano, vocals; Barney Kessel, guitar; Ray Brown, bass.

Los Angeles, CA, May or June, 1952

795-6Thou Swell

same personnel.

Los Angeles, CA, December 6, 1953

1339-2Isn't It Romantic

Oscar Peterson, piano; Barney Kessel, guitar; Ray Brown, bass.

Los Angeles, CA, December 7, 1953

1346-5This Can't Be Love
1347-1Blue Moon
1348-2The Lady Is A Tramp
1349-3It Might As Well Be Spring
1350-1Bewitched, Bothered And Bewildered
1356-3Johnny One Note
1360-1The Surrey With The Fringe On Top
1361-2Lover

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

Los Angeles, CA, December 10, 1953

1376-3Manhattan

MGC-625   Oscar Peterson Plays Vincent Youmans

Oscar Peterson, piano, vocals; Barney Kessel, guitar; Ray Brown, bass.

Los Angeles, CA, December 6, 1953

1332-5Carioca
1334-1Tea For Two
1335-1I Know That You Know
1336-2Hallelujah

Oscar Peterson, piano; Barney Kessel, guitar; Ray Brown, bass.

Los Angeles, CA, December 7, 1953

1342-1Without A Song
1343-1Sometimes I'm Happy
1344-3Time On My Hands
1345-2More Than You Know

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

Los Angeles, CA, December 10, 1953

1375-1I Want To Be Happy
1377-1Great Day

MGC-626   Count Basie Dance Session, Vol. 1

Paul Campbell, Wendell Culley, Reunald Jones, Joe Newman, trumpet; Henry Coker, Johnny Mandel, 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; Freddie Green, guitar; Eddie Jones, bass; Gus Johnson, drums; Neal Hefti, arranger.

Los Angeles, CA, July 13, 1953

1256-7Plymouth Rock
1257-5Blues Go Away

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

NYC, December 12, 1953

1403-3Peace Pipe
1404-3Straight Life
1405-1Bubbles
1406-2Softly With Feeling
1407-6Cherry Point
1408-1Base Goes Wess
1409-5Right On
1410-1The Blues Done Come Back

MGC-627   The Rocking Mr. Krupa

Eddie Shu, trumpet, clarinet, tenor, alto sax, harmonica; Teddy Napoleon, piano; Gene Krupa, drums.

NYC, February 1, 1954

1498-2How High The Moon
1499-2Love For Sale
1500-1Booted
1501-1This Can't Be Love
1502-3September Song
1503-2Harmonica Shu Boogie
1504-4Don't Be That Way
1505-2Sing, Sing, Sing

** also released on Clef MGC-627 (later); Verve MGV-8190 entitled "Gene Krupa And His Orchestra - Sing, Sing, Sing".

MGC-628   The Lionel Hampton Quintet

Lionel Hampton, vibes; Oscar Peterson, piano; Ray Brown, bass; Buddy Rich, drums.

Fine Sound, NYC, April 12, 1954

1549-3April In Paris

Buddy DeFranco, clarinet; Lionel Hampton, vibes; Oscar Peterson, piano; Ray Brown, bass; Buddy Rich, drums.

Fine Sound, NYC, April 13, 1954

1561-6Flying Home
1565-2On The Sunny Side Of The Street
1566-1Je Ne Sais Pas

MGC-629   not used

MGC-630   Artie Shaw And His Gramercy Five, Vol. 3

Artie Shaw, clarinet; Hank Jones, piano; Joe Puma, guitar; Tommy Potter, bass; Irv Kluger, drums.

NYC, 1954

Dancing On The Ceiling
My Funny Valentine
Rough Riding
September Song
S'posin'
Too Marvelous For Words
Yesterdays

MGC-631   The Gene Krupa Sextet Album #3

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

NYC, February 2, 1954

1506-2Bloozy Woozy
1507-4Windy
1508-2Meddle My Minor
1511-3Ballad Medley
1512-1Second Helping Blues

** also released on Clef MGC-728; Verve MGV-8107 entitled "The Driving Gene Krupa".

MGC-632   Meade "Lux" Lewis And Louie Bellson Play Boogie Woogie Piano And Drums

Meade Lux Lewis, piano; Louis Bellson, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, June 28, 1954

1854-1Spooney Sam
1855-1Mama's Bounce
1856-3Shooboody
1857-1Hangover Boogie
1858-1Yancey's Last Ride
1859-1Bush Street Boogie

** previously released on Down Home MGD-7 entitled "Meade Lux Lewis - Yancey's Last Ride".

MGC-633   Count Basie - Basie Jazz

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 #4; Count Basie, piano, organ; Freddie Green, guitar; Jimmy Lewis, bass; Ray Brown, bass #4; Gus Johnson, drums; Buck Clayton, Andy Gibson, Buster Harding, Nat Pierce, Don Redman, A.K. Salim, arranger.

NYC, July 22 & 23, 1952

1. 823-2Bread
2. 824-7There's A Small Hotel
3. 831-3Blee Blop Blues (as Tippin' On The Q.T.)
4. 836-5Be My Guest
5. 837-2You're Not The Kind (Blee Blop Blues)

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

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; Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, Paul Quinichette, tenor sax; Charlie Fowlkes, baritone sax; Count Basie, piano; Freddie Green, guitar; Gene Ramey, bass; Gus Johnson, drums; Al Hibbler, vocals.

NYC, December 12, 1952

965-4Sent For You Yesterday
966-1Goin' To Chicago

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

967-1I Want A Little Girl
968-6Oh, Lady Be Good

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

969-4Song Of The Islands

MGC-634   The Flip Phillips-Buddy Rich Trio

Bill Harris, trombone; Flip Phillips, tenor sax; Dick Hyman, piano; Gene Ramey, bass; Jo Jones, drums.

NYC, March 8, 1951

536-4Funky Blues
538-11Indiana

Bill Harris, trombone; Flip Phillips, tenor sax; Lou Levy, piano; Jimmy Woode, bass, vocals; Joe McDonald, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, August 9, 1951

620-1Stardust

Allen Smith, trumpet; Charlie Etter, trombone; Flip Phillips, tenor sax; Jerome Richardson, baritone sax; Richard Wyands, piano; Vernon Alley, bass; Earl Watkins, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, February, 1952

711-5Goodbye
712-3Salute To Pres
713-3Swedish Pastry

Flip Phillips, tenor sax; Hank Jones, piano; Buddy Rich, drums.

NYC, December 14, 1952

970-13Carioca
971-1Three Little Words
973-7Bugle Call Rag
974-5Take The "A" Train
975-1I Didn't Know What Time It Was
976-1Trio Boogie

MGC-635   Phil Moore - Music For Moderns

Ray Linn, Gerald Wilson, Snooky Young, trumpet; Ben Benson, Hank Coker, Murray McEachern, trombone; Harry Schumann, French horn; Harry Klee, flute; Marshall Royal, alto sax, clarinet; Lucky Thompson, tenor sax; Calvin Jackson, piano; Al Hendrickson, guitar; Red Callender or Art Shapiro, bass; Lee Young, drums; unidentified strings, Phil Moore, director.

Los Angeles, CA, 1947

D101Concerto For Piano And Orchestra, Part 1
D102Concerto For Piano And Orchestra, Part 2
D103Concerto For Piano And Orchestra, Part 3
D104Concerto For Piano And Orchestra, Part 4

Calvin Jackson, piano.

D112I Can't Get Started
D113Lover
D115 | D251Blue Skies
D116 | D250Laura
D118Blues In The Night
D119Oh, Lady Be Good

MGC-636   not used

MGC-637   The Flip Phillips Quintet

Flip Phillips, tenor sax; Oscar Peterson, piano; Herb Ellis, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Buddy Rich, drums.

NYC, September 13, 1954

1939-2Almost Like Being In Love
1940-5Singing The Blues
1941-1All Of Me
1942-5I'll Never Be The Same
1943-2Lemon Aid 21
1944-1Birth Of The Blues
1945-2I've Got The World On A String
1946-3The Lady's In Love With You

** also released on Clef MGC-740; Verve MGV-8116 entitled "The Flip Phillips Quintet - Rock With Flip".

MGC-638   Charlie Barnet - One Night Stand

Al Killian, Everett McDonald, Art Robey, George Seaburg, Ed Stress, Paul Webster, trumpet; Frank Bradley, Porky Cohen, Ed Fromm, Tommy Pederson, trombone; Guy Kee, French horn; Ray De Geer, Gene Kinsey, alto sax; Kurt Bloom, Dave Matthews, tenor sax; Charlie Barnet, tenor, soprano, alto sax; Bob Dawes, John McAfee, baritone sax; Bill Miller, piano; Dennis Sandole, guitar; Chubby Jackson, bass; George Jenkins, drums; Martha Raye, vocals.

NYC, August 12, 1946

6194Bunny
6199Atlantic Hop (as Atlantic Jump)

Wayne Nichols, Al Porcino, Doc Severinsen, Charlie Shavers, Dick Sherman, trumpet; Dick Kenney, Obie Massingill, John Soltaine, trombone; Dick Paladino, Stan Seckler, alto sax; Kurt Bloom, Ray Norman, tenor sax; Charlie Barnet, tenor, soprano, alto sax; Don Davidson, baritone sax; Hank Jones, piano; Mundell Lowe, guitar; Bob Peterson, bass; Don Lamond, drums; Al Cohn, Andy Gibson, Gene Roland, arranger.

NYC, July 10, 1952

860-3Rose Room
861-6I Love You
863-3Sleepy Time Gal
864-6Keep The Home Fires Burning

Pete Candoli, Buddy Childers, Maynard Ferguson, Conrad Gozzo, Carlton McBeath, trumpet; Milt Bernhart, Herbie Harper, Tommy Pederson, Si Zentner, trombone; Willie Smith, alto sax; Georgie Auld, Fred Fallensby, tenor sax; Charlie Barnet, tenor, soprano, alto sax; Bob Dawes, Chuck Gentry, baritone sax; Bob Harrington, piano; Tony Rizzi, guitar; Sam Chieftz, bass; Alvin Stoller, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, December 1, 1954

2093-4Who's Your Hoosier (aka Indiana)
2094-2Argo
2095-1Bluehound Bus Greys (aka Wahoo's Lament)
2096-4Things Ain't What They Used To Be

** also released on Verve MGV-2027 entitled "Charlie Barnet And His Orchestra - Dancing Party".

MGC-639   Various Artists - Our Best

Mario Bauza, Frank "Paquito" Davilla, Bob Woodlen, trumpet; Gene Johnson, Fred Skerritt, alto sax; Jose Madera, Flip Phillips, tenor sax; Leslie Johnakins, baritone sax; Rene Hernandez, piano; Roberto Rodriguez, bass; Luis Miranda, congas; Jose Mangual, bongos; Ubaldo Nieto, timbales; Machito, arranger, conductor.

NYC, January, 1949

2173-9 | 304Flying Home

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

NYC, March, 1950

370-2 | 62VK227Up 'N' Adam

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

NYC, June 6, 1950

410-4Bloomdido

Emmett Berry, trumpet; Lawrence Brown, trombone; Johnny Hodges, alto sax; Al Sears, tenor sax; Leroy Lovett, piano; Lloyd Trotman, bass; Sonny Greer, drums.

NYC, March 3, 1951

515-3 | 62VK240Castle Rock

Mario Bauza, Doug Mettome, Jimmy Nottingham, Al Stewart, Nick Travis, trumpet; Eddie Bert, Vern Friley, Fred Zito, trombone; George Berg, Lenny Hambro, Ben Harrod, alto sax; Flip Phillips, Eddie Wasserman, tenor sax; Danny Bank, baritone sax; Rene Hernandez, piano; Roberto Rodriguez, bass; Don Lamond, drums; Luis Miranda, congas; Candido, Jose Mangual, bongos; Ubaldo Nieto, timbales; Bobby Escoto, vocals; Chico O'Farrill, arranger, conductor.

NYC, November 24, 1951

642-5Carioca

Charlie Ventura, tenor, baritone sax; Teddy Napoleon, piano; Gene Krupa, drums.

NYC, March 19, 1952

725-1St. Louis Blues

Illinois Jacquet, tenor sax; Hank Jones, piano; Count Basie, organ; Freddie Green, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Jimmy Crawford, drums.

NYC, July 22, 1952

821-3 | 62VK216Port Of Rico

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; Count Basie, piano, organ; Freddie Green, guitar; Jimmy Lewis, bass; Gus Johnson, drums; Bixie Crawford, vocals; Buck Clayton, Andy Gibson, Buster Harding, Nat Pierce, Don Redman, A.K. Salim, arranger.

NYC, July 22 & 23, 1952

827-2Paradise Squat

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

Stan Getz, tenor sax; Duke Jordan, piano; Jimmy Raney, guitar; Bill Crow, bass; Frank Isola, drums.

NYC, December 12, 1952

962-6Stars Fell On Alabama

Roy Eldridge, trumpet; Oscar Peterson, organ; Barney Kessel, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Jo Jones, drums.

NYC, April 20, 1953

1223-5 | 62VK206Dale's Wail

MGC-640   Harry Carney With Strings

Ray Nance, trumpet, violin; Tony Miranda, French horn; Jimmy Hamilton, clarinet, tenor sax; Harry Carney, baritone sax, bass clarinet; Leroy Lovett, piano; Billy Bauer, guitar; Wendell Marshall, bass; Louis Bellson, drums; unidentified strings.

NYC, December 14, 1954

2123-2Ghost Of A Chance
2124-1I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good
2125-3Take The "A" Train
2126-2Moonlight On The Ganges
2127-1It Had To Be You
2128-3We're In Love Again
2129-2Chalmeu
2130-3Fantasy

** also released on Verve MGV-2028 entitled "Harry Carney And His Orchestra - Moods For Girl And Boy".

MGC-641   Roy Eldridge, Dizzy Gillespie - Roy And Diz

Roy Eldridge, Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet, vocals; Oscar Peterson, piano; Herb Ellis, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Louis Bellson, drums.

NYC, October 29, 1954

2017-3Algo Bueno
2018-1Trumpet Blues
2022-1I've Found A New Baby
2023-5Pretty Eyed Baby
2024-1 | 62VK447I Can't Get Started With You

MGC-642   The Lionel Hampton Quintet #2

Buddy DeFranco, clarinet; Lionel Hampton, vibes; Oscar Peterson, piano; Ray Brown, bass; Buddy Rich, drums.

Fine Sound, NYC, April 13, 1954

1559-2It's Only A Paper Moon
1560-1The Way You Look Tonight
1562-2These Foolish Things
1563-3Don't Be That Way

MGC-643   The Tatum-Carter-Bellson Trio

Benny Carter, alto sax; Art Tatum, piano; Louis Bellson, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, June 25, 1954

1788-1My Blue Heaven
1789-1Blues In B Flat
1792-1(I'm Left With The) Blues In My Heart
1793-2Street Of Dreams
1794-2Idaho
1799-1Old Fashioned Love
1800-2'S Wonderful
1801-1Hands Across The Table

** also scheduled as Clef MGC-741.
** also released on Verve MGV-8013 entitled "Art Tatum, Benny Carter, Louis Bellson - The Three Giants".
** part of Pablo PACD-2405-424-2.

MGC-644   Bob Brookmeyer Plays Bob Brookmeyer And Some Others

Bob Brookmeyer, valve trombone; Jimmy Rowles, piano; Buddy Clark, bass; Mel Lewis, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, January 17, 1955

2186-2You Took Advantage Of Me
2187-2He Ain't Got Rhythm
2188-3What Is There To Say
2189-2There Will Never Be Another You
2190-1Jasmine
2191-3Sticks And Stems
2192-1The Bulldog Blues

** also released on Clef MGC-732; Verve MGV-8111 entitled "The Modernity Of Bob Brookmeyer".

MGC-645   Artie Shaw And His Gramercy Five, Vol. 4

Artie Shaw, clarinet; Joe Roland, vibes; Hank Jones, piano; Tal Farlow, guitar; Tommy Potter, bass; Irv Kluger, drums.

NYC, 1954

1639-ASomeone To Watch Over Me
1640-AThat Old Feeling
1641Stop And Go Mambo
1645-ADancing In The Dark
1646Love Of My Life
1650The Pied Piper Theme
1651Besame Mucho

MGC-646   The Magnificent Charlie Parker

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

Charlie Parker, alto sax; Walter Bishop Jr., piano; Teddy Kotick, bass; Roy Haynes, drums; Luis Miranda, congas; Jose Mangual, bongos.

NYC, March 12, 1951

544-7Why Do I Love You

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

609-4Blues For Alice
610-4Si Si
611-4Swdish Schnapps
612-2 | 62VK459Back Home Blues
613-2Lover Man

Junior Collins, French horn; Al Block, flute; Tommy Mace, oboe; Manny Thaler, bassoon; Hal McKusick, clarinet; Charlie Parker, alto sax; Tony Aless, piano; Charles Mingus, bass; Max Roach, drums; The Dave Lambert Singers, including Annie Ross, vocals; Dave Lambert, vocals, arranger; Gil Evans, arranger, conductor.

Fulton Recording, NYC, May 25, 1953

1238-7In The Still Of The Night
1239-9Old Folks

** also scheduled as Clef MGC-733.

MGC-647   Count Basie Dance Session #2

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; Count Basie, piano, organ; Freddie Green, guitar; Jimmy Lewis, bass; Gus Johnson, drums; Buck Clayton, Andy Gibson, Buster Harding, Nat Pierce, Don Redman, A.K. Salim, arranger.

NYC, July 22 & 23, 1952

837-2You're Not The Kind (Blee Blop 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 Wess, tenor sax; Frank Foster, tenor sax, arranger; Charlie Fowlkes, baritone sax; Count Basie, piano; Freddie Green, guitar; Eddie Jones, bass; Gus Johnson, drums; Manny Albam, Neal Hefti, arranger.

NYC, August 16, 1954

1887-6Slow But Sure
1888-3You For Me
1889-2She's Just My Size
1890-4Soft Drink
1891-2Two For The Blues
1893-4I Feel Like A New Man

Foster plays, tenor sax; Basie plays, piano, organ. Buster Harding, arranger; replaces Albam.

NYC, August 17, 1954

1895-7Stereophonic
1896-4Sixteen Men Swinging
1899-2Mambo Mist

MGC-648   Oscar Peterson Plays Harry Warren

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

Los Angeles, CA, November 15, 1954

2058-1Nagasaki
2059-1Serenade In Blue
2060-2Lullaby Of Broadway
2061-1I Found A Million Dollar Baby
2062-1Would You Like To Take A Walk
2063-1I'll String Along With You
2064-1I Only Have Eyes For You
2065-1You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby
2066-1You're Getting To Be A Habit With Me
2067-1 | 62VK462Chattanooga Choo Choo
2068-1You're My Everything

MGC-649   Oscar Peterson Plays Harold Arlen

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

Los Angeles, CA, November 15, 1954

2069-1As Long As I Live
2070-1I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues
2071-1Come Rain Or Come Shine
2072-1Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive
2073-1Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea
2074-1I've Got The World On A String
2075-1It's Only A Paper Moon
2076-1That Old Black Magic
2077-1Let's Fall In Love
2078-1Stormy Weather
2079-1Blues In The Night

same personnel.

Los Angeles, CA, November 16, 1954

2080-1Over The Rainbow

MGC-650   Oscar Peterson Plays Jimmy McHugh

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

Los Angeles, CA, November 16, 1954

2081-1When My Sugar Walks Down The Street
2082-1I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me
2083-1On The Sunny Side Of The Street
2084-1Don't Blame Me
2085-1I'm In The Mood For Love
2086-1I Can't Give You Anything But Love
2087-1I Couldn't Sleep A Wink Last Night
2088-1Digga Digga Doo
2089-1You're A Sweetheart

MGC-651   Norman Granz' Jam Session #1

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

802-2Jam Blues
804-2Ballad Medley

** previously released on Mercury MGC-601.

MGC-652   Norman Granz' Jam Session #2

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.: same session.

Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, July, 1952

803-3What Is This Thing Called Love
805-2Funky Blues

** previously released on Mercury MGC-602.

MGC-653   Norman Granz' Jam Session #3

Harry Edison, trumpet; Buddy DeFranco, clarinet; Benny Carter, Willie Smith, alto sax; Stan Getz, Wardell Gray, tenor sax; Count Basie, piano #1; Arnold Ross, piano #2; Freddie Green, guitar; John Simmons, bass; Buddy Rich, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, August 3, 1953

1. 1259-6Apple Jam
2. 1262-4Ballad Medley

** previously released on Clef MGC-4003.

MGC-654   Norman Granz' Jam Session #4

Harry Edison, trumpet; Buddy DeFranco, clarinet; Benny Carter, Willie Smith, alto sax; Stan Getz, Wardell Gray, tenor sax; Arnold Ross, piano #2; Count Basie, piano #1, organ #2; Freddie Green, guitar; John Simmons, bass; Buddy Rich, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, August 3, 1953

1. 1260-2Oh, Lady Be Good!
2. 1261-2Blues For The Count

** previously released on Clef MGC-4004.

MGC-655   Norman Granz' Jam Session #5

Roy Eldridge, Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet; Johnny Hodges, alto sax; Illinois Jacquet, Flip Phillips, Ben Webster, tenor sax; Lionel Hampton, vibes; Oscar Peterson, piano; Ray Brown, bass; Buddy Rich, drums.

NYC, September 2, 1953

1284-3Jammin' For Clef
1285-2Rose Room

** previously released on Clef MGC-4005.

MGC-656   Norman Granz' Jam Session #6

Roy Eldridge, Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet; Bill Harris, trombone; Buddy DeFranco, clarinet; Flip Phillips, tenor sax; Oscar Peterson, piano; Herb Ellis, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Louis Bellson, drums.

NYC, October 30, 1954

2032-1Stompin' At The Savoy, Part 1
2033-1Stompin' At The Savoy, Part 2

** originally scheduled as Clef MGC-4006.
** also released on Verve MGV-8054.

MGC-657   The Genius Of Art Tatum #6

Art Tatum, piano.

Los Angeles, CA, December 28, 1953

1420-1September Song
1439-1I Hadn't Anyone Till You
1440-1Night And Day
1441-1Jitterbug Waltz
1444-1You're Driving Me Crazy

same personnel.

Los Angeles, CA, December 29, 1953

1479-1Smoke Gets In Your Eyes

same personnel.

Los Angeles, CA, April 22, 1954

1586-1Stars Fell On Alabama
1587-1Blue Moon

** also released on Verve MGV-8055.
** part of Verve MGV-8102-5.

MGC-658   The Genius Of Art Tatum #7

Art Tatum, piano.: same personnel.

Los Angeles, CA, December 28, 1953

1442-1Someone To Watch Over Me
1443-1The Very Thought Of You
1445-1I Don't Stand A Ghost Of A Chance With You

same personnel.

Los Angeles, CA, December 29, 1953

1446-1Stardust
1448-1Where Or When
1449-1Stay As Sweet As You Are
1454-1I'll See You Again

** also released on Verve MGV-8056.
** part of Verve MGV-8102-5.

MGC-659   The Genius Of Art Tatum #8

Art Tatum, piano.: same session.

Los Angeles, CA, December 29, 1953

1447-1I Cover The Waterfront
1450-1Fine And Dandy
1451-1All The Things You Are
1462-1I'm In The Mood For Love
1476-1When A Woman Loves A Man
1477-1Willow Weep For Me
1478-1Ain't Misbehavin'

same personnel.

Los Angeles, CA, April 22, 1954

1596-1Love Me Or Leave Me

** also released on Verve MGV-8057.
** part of Verve MGV-8102-5.

MGC-660   The Genius Of Art Tatum #9

Art Tatum, piano.: same personnel.

Los Angeles, CA, December 29, 1953

1455-1I'll See You In My Dreams
1456-1Ill Wind
1458-1Blue Skies
1464-1Would You Like To Take A Walk
1465-1I've Got A Crush On You
1466-1Japanese Sandman
1468-1Aunt Hagar's Blues

same personnel.

Los Angeles, CA, April 22, 1954

1593-1Lover Come Back To Me

** also released on Verve MGV-8058.
** part of Verve MGV-8102-5.

MGC-661   The Genius Of Art Tatum #10

Art Tatum, piano.: same personnel.

Los Angeles, CA, December 29, 1953

1467-1Too Marvelous For Words
1469-1Just Like A Butterfly That's Caught In The Rain
1470-1Gone With The Wind
1471-1Danny Boy
1472-1They Can't Take That Away From Me
1473-1Tea For Two
1474-1It's The Talk Of The Town
1475-1Blue Lou

same personnel.

Los Angeles, CA, April 22, 1954

1589-1Caravan

** also released on Verve MGV-8059.
** part of Verve MGV-8102-5.

MGC-662   Fred Astaire - The Astaire Story, Vol. 1

Charlie Shavers, trumpet; Flip Phillips, tenor sax; Oscar Peterson, piano, celeste; Barney Kessel, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Alvin Stoller, drums; Fred Astaire, vocals, tap dance.

Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, December, 1952

1003-13Isn't This A Lovely Day
1004-9'S Wonderful
1007-12I Used To Be Color Blind
1013-2Lovely To Look At
1019-10Puttin' On The Ritz
1020-2The Continental
1023-3Change Partners
1027-1They All Laughed
1028-1Let's Call The Whole Thing Off

** previously released on Mercury MGC-1001 #1 entitled "The Astaire Story #1".

MGC-663   Fred Astaire - The Astaire Story, Vol. 2

Charlie Shavers, trumpet; Flip Phillips, tenor sax; Oscar Peterson, piano, celeste; Barney Kessel, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Alvin Stoller, drums; Fred Astaire, vocals, tap dance.: same session.

Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, December, 1952

1001-1Nice Work If You Can Get It
1002-17Cheek To Cheek
1012-4New Sun In The Sky
1015-5The Way You Look Tonight
1021-3Steppin' Out With My Baby
1022-7I've Got My Eyes On You
1026-10The Carioca
1031-4I Won't Dance
1033-3Dancing In The Dark
1035-2(Ad Lib) Fast Dances

** previously released on Mercury MGC-1002 #2 entitled "The Astaire Story #2".

MGC-664   Fred Astaire - The Astaire Story, Vol. 3

Charlie Shavers, trumpet; Flip Phillips, tenor sax; Oscar Peterson, piano, celeste; Barney Kessel, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Alvin Stoller, drums; Fred Astaire, vocals, tap dance.: same session.

Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, December, 1952

1005-16A Fine Romance
1008-8I Love Louisa
1010-8I'm Putting All My Eggs In My Basket
1014-13Night And Day
1016-7No Strings
1018-7Fascinating Rhythm
1032-1I Concentrate On You
1034-8Top Hat, White Tie And Tails
1036-2(Ad Lib) Slow Dances And Medium Dance
1037-7(Ad Lib) Slow Dance

** previously released on Mercury MGC-1003 #3 entitled "The Astaire Story #3".

MGC-665   Fred Astaire - The Astaire Story, Vol. 4

Charlie Shavers, trumpet; Flip Phillips, tenor sax; Oscar Peterson, piano, celeste; Barney Kessel, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Alvin Stoller, drums; Fred Astaire, vocals, tap dance.: same session.

Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, December, 1952

1006-5A Foggy Day
1009-1They Can't Take That Away From Me
1011-6Oh, Lady Be Good!
1017-8A Needle In A Haystack
1024-3You're Easy To Dance With
1025-7I'm Building Up To An Awful Letdown
1029-15So Near And Yet So Far
1030-7Jam Session For A Dancer (as Instrumental Blues)
1038-7Not My Girl

** previously released on Mercury MGC-1004 #4 entitled "The Astaire Story #4".

MGC-666   Count Basie - Basie

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 Wess, tenor sax; Frank Foster, tenor sax, arranger; Charlie Fowlkes, baritone sax; Count Basie, piano; Freddie Green, guitar; Eddie Jones, bass; Gus Johnson, drums; Manny Albam, Neal Hefti, arranger.

NYC, August 16, 1954

1892-4Blues Backstage
1894-1Down For The Count

Wendell Culley, Reunald Jones, Thad Jones, Joe Newman, trumpet; Henry Coker, Benny Powell, trombone; Marshall Royal, alto sax, clarinet; Ernie Wilkins, alto, tenor sax, arranger; Frank Foster, Frank Wess, tenor sax; Charlie Fowlkes, baritone sax; Bill Hughes, piano #1, trombone #2-6; Count Basie, piano, organ #2-6; Freddie Green, guitar; Eddie Jones, bass; Gus Johnson, drums; Buster Harding, Neal Hefti, arranger.

NYC, August 17, 1954

1. 1897-4Ska-Di-Dle-Dee-Bee-Doo
2. 1898-4Perdido
3. 1900-2Eventide
4. 1901-1Two Franks
5. 1902-1Ain't Misbehavin'
6. 1903-1Rails

** also scheduled as Clef MGC-734.
** also released on Clef MGC-722 entitled "Basie". Verve MGV-8103 entitled "The Band Of Distinction".

MGC-667   The Lionel Hampton Quartet/Quintet

Lionel Hampton, vibes; Oscar Peterson, piano; Ray Brown, bass; Buddy Rich, drums.

Fine Sound, NYC, April 12, 1954

1553-1This Can't Be Love
1558-2Moonglow

Buddy DeFranco, clarinet; Lionel Hampton, vibes; Oscar Peterson, piano; Ray Brown, bass; Buddy Rich, drums.

Fine Sound, NYC, April 13, 1954

1564-2Dinah

Lionel Hampton, vibes, piano, vocals; Oscar Peterson, piano; Herb Ellis, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Buddy Rich, drums.

NYC, September 15, 1954

1973-1China Boy

MGC-668   The Gene Krupa Quartet

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

Los Angeles, CA, February 7, 1955

2267-1All Of Me
2268-1Strike Up The Band
2271-1Bach's Blues
2272-1Makin' Whoopee

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

NYC, March 10, 1955

2281-3Little White Lies
2282-4 | 64VK328By The Sleepy Lagoon

MGC-669   Music For Torching With Billie Holiday

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

2438-2I Don't Want To Cry Anymore
2440-1I Don't Stand A Ghost Of A Chance With You
2442-4Gone With The Wind
2444-1It Had To Be You

same personnel.

Los Angeles, CA, August 25, 1955

2446-3Come Rain Or Come Shine
2449-8A Fine Romance
2451-3I Get A Kick Out Of You
2453-3Isn't This A Lovely Day

** also released on Verve MGV-8026.

MGC-670   Lionel Hampton Big Band

Billy Brooks, Wallace Davenport, Ed Mullens, Ed Preston, trumpet; Al Hayse, Hal Roberts, Arnett Sparrow, trombone; Willie Ruff, French horn; James Araki, Bobby Plater, alto sax; Ritney Brauer, Eddie Chamblee, tenor sax; Joe Evans, baritone sax; Lionel Hampton, vibes, piano, drums, vocals; Dwight Mitchell, piano; Billy Mackel, guitar; Peter Badie, bass; Rufus Jones, Buddy Rich, drums; Isarova Hernandez, congas.

Los Angeles, CA, August 2, 1955

2391-2 | 62VK223Midnight Sun
2392-3Air Mail Special
2393-1Flying Home
2394-1It's A Blue World
2395-3Swingin' On C
2396-1Shalom Shalom
2397-5The Blues Ain't News To Be

Willie Ruff, French horn; Lionel Hampton, vibes; Dwight Mitchell, piano; Billy Mackel, guitar; Peter Badie, bass; Rufus Jones, drums; Isarova Hernandez, congas.

Los Angeles, CA, August 3, 1955

2399-1Song Of The Vineyard

Billy Brooks, trumpet; Eddie Chamblee, tenor sax; Lionel Hampton, vibes; Billy Mackel, guitar; Peter Badie, bass; Rufus Jones, drums; Vicki Lee, vocals.

Los Angeles, CA, September 6, 1955

2486-2Pig Ears And Rice
2487-9Baby Don't Love Me No More

** also scheduled as Clef MGC-737.
** also released on Verve MGV-8019 entitled "The Lionel Hampton Big Orchestra - Travelin' Band".

MGC-671   Roy Eldridge, Dizzy Gillespie - Roy And Diz, Vol. 2

Roy Eldridge, Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet, vocals; Oscar Peterson, piano; Herb Ellis, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Louis Bellson, drums.

NYC, October 29, 1954

2016-1 | 63VK625Sometimes I'm Happy
2020-1The Ballad Medley
2021-1Blue Moon
2025-6Limehouse Blues

MGC-672   A Recital By Stan Wilson

Stan Wilson, guitar, vocals; Bob Marchesi, bass.

Los Angeles, CA, August 10, 1955

2403-1Walter Winchell
2404-3Kitch
2405-2The Fox
2406-6 | 20118-6Patato
2408-4 | 20117-4One For My Baby
2409-9The Anatomy Son (short version)
2410-3Tol' My Cap'n

Stan Wilson, guitar, vocals; Bob Marchesi, bass; Jack Costanzo, congas.

Los Angeles, CA, August 11, 1955

2411-1Sixteen Come Sunday
2412-3The Old Lady Who Shallowed The Fly
2413-7When I Lay This Body Down
2414-6Blow Out The Candles
2415-5The Cry Of The Wild Goose
2416-5They Call The Wind Maria

** also released on Verve MGV-2019 entitled "Ballads And Calypso".

MGC-673   The Lionel Hampton Quartet

Lionel Hampton, vibes; Oscar Peterson, piano; Ray Brown, bass; Buddy Rich, drums.

NYC, September 2, 1953

1289-2The Nearness Of You
1291-1Stompin' At The Savoy

same personnel.

Fine Sound, NYC, April 12, 1954

1550-2Just One Of Those Things
1555-2How High The Moon

** also released on Clef MGC-738; Verve MGV-8114 entitled "Hamp!".

MGC-674   Various Artists - The Jazz Scene

Lester Young, tenor sax; Nat King Cole as Aye Guy, piano; Buddy Rich, drums.

Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, March-April, 1946

354-1 | 62VK226I Want To Be Happy

Sonny Berman, Conrad Gozzo, trumpet; Bill Harris, Ollie Wilson, trombone; Vincent DeRosa, French horn; Harry Klee, Hal McKusick, alto sax, clarinet, flute; Herbie Steward, Lucky Thompson, tenor sax; Chuck Gentry, baritone sax; Dodo Marmarosa, piano; Arvin Garrison, guitar; Red Callender, bass; Don Lamond, drums; Ralph Burns, arranger, director.

Los Angeles, CA, October, 1946

2075Introspection

Sonny Berman, Pete Candoli, Conrad Gozzo, Al Killian, Dale Pearce, trumpet; Bill Harris, Ed Kusby, Ollie Wilson, trombone; Vincent DeRosa, Evan Hall, French horn; Harry Klee, flute, clarinet, alto sax; Julius Jacobs, oboe; Robert Swanson, bassoon; Arthur Fleming, contrabassoon; Hal McKusick, alto sax; Herbie Steward, Lucky Thompson, tenor sax; Chuck Gentry, baritone sax, bass clarinet; Harry Bluestone, Robert Jamison, Carl Walker, violin; Arthur Krafton, cello; Dodo Marmarosa, piano; Arvin Garrison, guitar; Red Callender, bass; Don Lamond, drums; Jackie Mills, Jimmy Pratt, percussion; George Handy, arranger, director.

2076-7The Bloos

Willie Smith, alto sax; Dodo Marmarosa, piano; Barney Kessel, guitar; Red Callender, bass; Jo Jones, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, circa November, 1947

1508 | 233 | 1900Sophisticated Lady

Doug Mettome, Al Porcino, Ray Wetzel, trumpet; Bill Harris, trombone; Bart Varsalona, bass trombone; Vincent Jacobs, French horn; John LaPorta, clarinet; Sonny Salad, Murray Williams, alto sax; Charlie Parker, alto sax #1; Pete Mondello, Flip Phillips, tenor sax; Manny Albam, baritone sax; Manny Fidler, Sid Harris, Sam Kaplan, Harry Katzman, Gene Orloff, Ziggy Smirnoff, violin; Nat Nathanson, Fred Ruzilla, viola; Joe Benaventi, cello; Tony Aless, piano; Curly Russell, bass; Shelly Manne, drums; Diego Ibarra, congas, bongos; Neal Hefti, arranger, conductor.

NYC, December, 1947 & fall 1948

1. 2071-5 | 62VK205Repetition
2. 2072Rhumbacito

Coleman Hawkins, tenor sax.

circa 1948 or January, 1945

2073 | 63VK641Picasso

Mario Bauza, Frank "Paquito" Davilla, Bob Woodlen, trumpet; Gene Johnson, Fred Skerritt, alto sax; Jose Madera, Flip Phillips, tenor sax; Leslie Johnakins, baritone sax; Rene Hernandez, piano; Roberto Rodriguez, bass; Luis Miranda, congas; Jose Mangual, bongos; Ubaldo Nieto, timbales; Machito, arranger, conductor.

NYC, January, 1949

2172-3/4 | 299Tanga

Charlie Parker, alto sax; Hank Jones, piano; Ray Brown, bass; Shelly Manne, drums.

NYC, February 10, 1949

2081-5The Bird

Bud Powell, piano; Ray Brown, bass; Max Roach, drums.

NYC, circa February, 1949

2199-1 | 244-1 | 62VK234Cherokee

Harry Carney, baritone sax; Billy Strayhorn, piano; Fred Guy, guitar; Oscar Pettiford, bass; Sonny Greer, drums; unidentified strings, Duke Ellington, arranger.

NYC, 1949

2077Sono
2078Frustration

** previously released on Clef MGC-4007.

MGC-675   Charlie Parker With Strings

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
320-3Everything Happens To Me
321-3April In Paris
322-2Summertime
323-2I Didn't Know What Time It Was
324-3If I Should Lose You

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

443-2You Came Along From Out Of Nowhere
445-4East Of The Sun
446-2They Can't Take That Away From Me
447-4Easy To Love
448-2I'm In The Mood For Love
449-2I'll Remember April

** also released on Verve MGV-8004 entitled "Charlie Parker With Strings - April In Paris: The Genius Of Charlie Parker #2".

MGC-676   Illinois Jacquet And His Orchestra

Harry Edison, trumpet; Illinois Jacquet, tenor sax; Carl Perkins, piano; Gerry Wiggins, organ; Irving Ashby, guitar; Curtis Counce, bass; Al Bartee, drums.

Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, November 3, 1955

2543-1Love Is Here To Stay
2544-2Empathy
2545-2East Of The Sun (And West Of The Moon)
2546-1Cool Bill
2547-7Sophia
2548-5Stardust
2549-5Learnin' The Blues
2550-9Honeysuckle Rose

** also released on Verve MGV-8061.

MGC-677   Norman Granz' Jam Session #7

Roy Eldridge, Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet; Johnny Hodges, alto sax; Illinois Jacquet, Flip Phillips, Ben Webster, tenor sax; Lionel Hampton, vibes; Oscar Peterson, piano; Ray Brown, bass; Buddy Rich, drums.

NYC, September 2, 1953

1281-3Blue Lou
1282-3Just You, Just Me

** also released on Verve MGV-8062.

MGC-678   Count Basie Swings And Joe Williams Sings

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
2348-5The Comeback
2349-2 | 62VK208Alright, Okay, You Win
2350-3 | 64VK366In The Evening (When The Sun Goes Down)

same personnel.

NYC, July 26, 1955

2354-2Teach Me Tonight
2355-3Please Send Me Someone To Love
2356-3My Baby Upsets Me
2357-2Ev'ry Day (I Fall In Love)
2358-2 | 62VK209Roll 'Em Pete

** also released on Verve MGV-8063; ARS G-442; Verve V/V6-8488.

MGC-679   The Art Tatum-Roy Eldridge-Alvin Stoller-John Simmons Quartet

Roy Eldridge, trumpet, flugelhorn; Art Tatum, piano; John Simmons, bass; Alvin Stoller, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, March 23-29, 1955

2302-1I Surrender, Dear
2303-1The Moon Is Low
2304-1You Took Advantage Of Me
2305-5I Won't Dance
2306-2Moon Song
2307-1This Can't Be Love
2308-4In A Sentimental Mood
2309-1Night And Day

** also released on Verve MGV-8064. Pablo 2310-734 entitled "Art Tatum, Roy Eldridge - The Tatum Group Masterpieces". Pablo PACD-2405-425-2 entitled "The Tatum Group Masterpieces, Volume Two".

MGC-680   Illinois Jacquet And Ben Webster - The Kid And The Brute

Russell Jacquet, trumpet; Matthew Gee, trombone; Illinois Jacquet, tenor sax; Leo Parker, baritone sax; John Acea, piano; Al Lucas, bass; Osie Johnson, drums; Chino Pozo, congas.

NYC, December 13, 1954

2117-5Jacquet Dilemma
2118-2Mambacito Mio
2119-3September Song
2120-1Saph

Illinois Jacquet, Ben Webster, tenor sax; John Acea, piano; Al Lucas, bass; Osie Johnson, drums.

2121-1The Kid And The Brute
2122-2I Wrote It For The Kid

** also released on Verve MGV-8065.

MGC-681   Gene Krupa-Lionel Hampton-Teddy Wilson Playing Some Of The Selections They Played In The Benny Goodman Movie

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

** also released on Verve MGV-8066.

MGC-682   Slide Trombone Featuring Lawrence Brown

Lawrence Brown, trombone; Sam (The Man) Taylor, tenor sax; LeRoy Lovett, piano; Lloyd Trotman, bass; Louis Bellson, drums; LeRoy Lovett, vocals; Lawrence Brown, arranger.

Fine Sound, NYC, January 26, 1955

2225-3Rose Of The Rio Grande
2226-2Caravan
2227-6Down The Street, Round The Corner Blues
2228-4Where Or When

Ernie Royal, Phillip Sunkel, trumpet; Lawrence Brown, trombone; Arthur Clarke, Alvin Cohn, tenor sax; Daniel Bank, baritone sax; Hank Jones, piano; Wendell Marshall, bass; Jo Jones, drums; Ralph Burns, arranger, conductor.

Fine Sound, NYC, September 14, 1955

2521-2Ill Wind
2522-5You Took Advantage Of Me
2523-4Autumn In New York
2524-4Blues For Duke
2525-5Just As Though You Were Here
2526-5Just One Of Those Things

** also released on Verve MGV-8067, 314 559 930-2.

MGC-683   Little Jazz

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

Fine Sound, NYC, September 14, 1954

1961-1If I Had You
1962-2Blue Moon
1963-5Stormy Weather
1964-1Sweethearts On Parade
1965-3A Foggy Day
1966-1I Only Have Eyes For You
1967-1Sweet Georgia Brown
1968-1The Song Is Ended

** also released on Verve MGV-8068.

MGC-684   Krupa And Rich

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

2527-3 | 63VK632Gene's Blues
2528-3Buddy's Blues
2529-1Bernie's Tune
2530-1I Never Knew
2531-2Sweethearts On Parade

** also scheduled as Verve MGV-8400, V/V6-8400.
** also released on Verve MGV-8069.

MGC-685   The Count!

Paul Campbell, Wendell Culley, Joe Newman, Charlie Shavers, trumpet; Henry Coker, Benny Powell, Jimmy Wilkins, trombone; Marshall Royal, alto sax, clarinet; Ernie Wilkins, alto, tenor sax; Floyd Johnson, Paul Quinichette, tenor sax; Charlie Fowlkes, baritone sax; Count Basie, piano; Freddie Green, guitar; Jimmy Lewis, bass; Gus Johnson, drums; Neal Hefti, arranger.

NYC, January 17, 1952

665-4New Basie Blues
666-4Sure Thing
667-2Why Not
668-4Fawncy Meeting You

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; Count Basie, piano, organ; Freddie Green, guitar; Jimmy Lewis, bass; Gus Johnson, drums; Bixie Crawford, vocals #4; Buck Clayton, Andy Gibson, Buster Harding, Nat Pierce, Don Redman, A.K. Salim, arranger.

NYC, July 22 & 23, 1952

1. 822-6Jack And Jill
2. 825-2Hob Nail Boogie
3. 826-4Basie Talks
4. 827-3Paradise Squat
5. 829-3Bunny
6. 832-5Cash Box
7. 833-4Bootsie
8. 834-2Tom Whaley

** also released on Verve MGV-8070.

MGC-686   Recital By Billie Holiday

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

788-2If The Moon Turns Green
789-3(You Forgot To) Remember
790-1Autumn In New York

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
840-4Lover Come Back To Me
841-3Stormy Weather
842-2Yesterdays
843-2He's Funny That Way
844-3I Can't Face The Music

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

NYC, April 14, 1954

1567-1How Deep Is The Ocean
1568-1What A Little Moonlight Can Do
1569-5I Cried For You

** also released on Verve MGV-8027.

MGC-687   The Exciting Gene Krupa

Charlie Shavers, trumpet; Willie Smith, alto sax; Teddy Wilson, piano; Steve Jordan, guitar; Israel Crosby, bass; Gene Krupa, drums.

NYC, April 14, 1953

1205-4Coronation Hop
1207-11Overtime

Charlie Shavers, trumpet; Bill Harris, trombone; Ben Webster, tenor sax; Teddy Wilson, piano; Herb Ellis, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Gene Krupa, drums.

NYC, September 10, 1953

1308-1Imagination
1309-1Don't Take Your Love From Me
1310-5Midget
1311-3I'm Coming, Virginia
1312-3Payin' Them Dues Blues
1313-3Jungle Drums
1314-2Showcase
1315-5Swedish Schnapps (as Swedish Pastry)

** also released on Verve MGV-8071.

MGC-688   The Oscar Peterson Quartet

Oscar Peterson, piano, vocals; Barney Kessel, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Alvin Stoller, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, February 26, 1952

701-1The Astaire Blues
704-1Oh, Lady Be Good
705-1Body And Soul
706-1Stompin' At The Savoy

** also released on Verve MGV-8072 entitled "The Oscar Peterson Quartet #1".

MGC-689   Machito - Afro-Cuban Jazz: The Music Of Chico O'Farrill

Mario Bauza, Frank "Paquito" Davilla, Harry Edison, Al Stewart, Bob Woodlen, trumpet; unknown, clarinet; Gene Johnson, Charlie Parker, Fred Skerritt, alto sax; Jose Madera, Flip Phillips, tenor sax; Sol Rabinowitz, tenor, baritone sax; Leslie Johnakins, baritone sax; Rene Hernandez, piano; Roberto Rodriguez, bass; Buddy Rich, drums; Rafael Miranda, Chano Pozo, congas; Jose Mangual, bongos; Ubaldo Nieto, timbales; Machito, maracas; Chico O'Farrill, arranger, conductor.

NYC, December 21, 1950 or late 1948

557-4Afro-Cuban Jazz Suite: Cancion
558-6Afro-Cuban Jazz Suite: Mambo, Part 1
559-4Afro-Cuban Jazz Suite: Mambo, Part 2
560-2Afro-Cuban Jazz Suite: 6/8
561-3Afro-Cuban Jazz Suite: Jazz
562-4Afro-Cuban Jazz Suite: Rhumba Abierta

Mario Bauza, Doug Mettome, Jimmy Nottingham, Al Stewart, Nick Travis, trumpet; Eddie Bert, Vern Friley, Fred Zito, trombone; George Berg, Lenny Hambro, Ben Harrod, alto sax; Flip Phillips, Eddie Wasserman, tenor sax; Danny Bank, baritone sax; Rene Hernandez, piano; Roberto Rodriguez, bass; Don Lamond, drums; Luis Miranda, congas; Candido, Jose Mangual, bongos; Ubaldo Nieto, timbales; Chico O'Farrill, arranger, conductor.

NYC, January 21, 1951

468-2The Second Afro Cuban Jazz Suite: Part 1 - Introductory
469-3The Second Afro Cuban Jazz Suite: Part 2 - Pregon
469a-2The Second Afro Cuban Jazz Suite: Part 3 - 6/8
470-3The Second Afro Cuban Jazz Suite: Part 4 - Jazz
471-6The Second Afro Cuban Jazz Suite: Part 5 - Concion Antigua
472-4The Second Afro Cuban Jazz Suite: Part 6 - Rhumba-Finale
473-4Havana Special
474-5Fiesta Time

** also released on Verve MGV-8073.

MGC-690   Songs By Billie Holiday - Solitude

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

764-3East Of The Sun
765-1Blue Moon
766-1You Go To My Head
767-2You Turned The Tables On Me
768-1Easy To Love
769-3These Foolish Things
770-3I Only Have Eyes For You
771-1Solitude

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

784-1Everything I Have Is Yours
785-4Love For Sale
786-4Moonglow
787-3Tenderly

** also released on Verve MGV-8074.

MGC-691   Flip Phillips And His Orchestra - Flip Wails

Harry Edison, trumpet; Bill Harris, trombone; Flip Phillips, tenor sax; Hank Jones, piano; Billy Bauer, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Buddy Rich, drums.

NYC, July 1, 1950

439-4Be Be
440-4Dream A Little Dream Of Me
441-2Bright Blues (aka Bright Eyes)

Bill Harris, trombone; Flip Phillips, tenor sax; Dick Hyman, piano; Gene Ramey, bass; Jo Jones, drums.

NYC, March 8, 1951

535-4Cheek To Cheek
536-4Funky Blues
537-5I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm
538-11Indiana

Bill Harris, trombone; Flip Phillips, tenor sax; Lou Levy, piano; Jimmy Woode, bass, vocals; Joe McDonald, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, August 9, 1951

614-3Broadway
615-6Sojoro
617-2Apple Honey
618-2Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams
619-2Long Island Boogie
620-1Stardust

** also released on Verve MGV-8075.

MGC-692   Flip Phillips And His Orchestra - Swinging With Flip

Allen Smith, trumpet; Charlie Etter, trombone; Flip Phillips, tenor sax; Jerome Richardson, baritone sax; Richard Wyands, piano; Vernon Alley, bass; Earl Watkins, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, February, 1952

711-5Goodbye
712-3Salute To Pres
713-3Swedish Pastry

Al Porcino, trumpet; Bill Harris, trombone; Charlie Kennedy, alto sax; Flip Phillips, tenor sax; Cecil Payne, baritone sax; Mickey Crane, piano; Freddie Green, guitar; Clyde Lombardi, bass; Max Roach, drums.

NYC, March 21, 1952

749-3Someone To Watch Over Me
750-3I'm Puttin' All My Eggs In One Basket
751-2Singin' In The Rain
752-2Gina

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

Los Angeles, CA, March, 1952

776-6If I Had You
777-13Cottontail
778-2Blues For The Midgets
779-2What Is This Thing Called Love

Flip Phillips, tenor sax; Hank Jones, piano; Buddy Rich, drums.

NYC, December 14, 1952

976-1Trio Boogie

** also released on Verve MGV-8076.

MGC-693   Flip Phillips And His Orchestra Featuring Howard McGhee, Benny Green - Flip

Howard McGhee, trumpet; Flip Phillips, tenor sax; Hank Jones, piano; Ray Brown, bass; J.C. Heard, drums.

NYC, circa September-October, 1947

607D | 229Cake
608E | 230 | 1895Znarg Blues
609B | 231 | 1896My Old Flame
610D | 232Cool

John D'Agostino, Buddy Morrow, Tommy Turk, Kai Winding, trombone; Sonny Criss, alto sax; Flip Phillips, tenor sax; Mickey Crane, piano; Ray Brown, bass; Shelly Manne, drums.

NYC or Los Angeles, CA, February 11 or September 26, 1949

2538 | 288-4Swingin' For Julie And Brownie (aka Put That Back)
2540 | 290-4By The Lazy River

Billy Butterfield, trumpet; Benny Green, trombone; Pete Mondello, alto sax; Flip Phillips, tenor sax; Mickey Crane, piano; Sam Bruno, bass; Max Roach, drums.

NYC, August 29, 1949

280-6This Can't Be Love
281-2Cookie

Flip Phillips, tenor sax; Mickey Crane, piano; Ray Brown, bass; Jo Jones, drums.

NYC, December 5, 1949

325-3Drowsy
326-12Vortex
327-8Milano
328-1But Beautiful

** also released on Verve MGV-8077.

MGC-694   Recital By Oscar Peterson

Oscar Peterson, piano, vocals; Barney Kessel, guitar; Ray Brown, bass.

Los Angeles, CA, May or June, 1952

796-3Willow Weep For Me

same personnel.

Los Angeles, CA, December 6, 1953

1329-1Pompton Turnpike
1330-1Cherokee
1331-1Soft Winds
1333-3The Continental

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

Los Angeles, CA, April 27, 1954

1700-1Alone Together

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

Los Angeles, CA, October 27, 1954

2009-1Give Me The Simple Life
2010-1Singin' In The Rain
2011-1Love You Madly

** also scheduled as Verve MGV-8078.
** also released on Verve MGV-2044.

MGC-695   Nostalgic Memories By Oscar Peterson

Oscar Peterson, piano; Ray Brown, bass.

NYC, January 19, 1951

504-2Fancy Free (as Gypsy In My Soul)
505-1On The Alamo
506-3Lullaby Of The Leaves
507-1Laura
510-2September In The Rain

Oscar Peterson, piano, vocals; Barney Kessel, guitar; Ray Brown, bass.

Los Angeles, CA, November 25, 1951

632-8It's Easy To Remember
635-5Until The Real Thing Comes Along

Oscar Peterson, piano; Irving Ashby, guitar; Ray Brown, bass.

Los Angeles, CA, January 26, 1952

696-1These Foolish Things

Oscar Peterson, piano, vocals; Barney Kessel, guitar; Ray Brown, bass.

Los Angeles, CA, December 6, 1953

1338-2You're Too Beautiful

Oscar Peterson, piano; Barney Kessel, guitar; Ray Brown, bass.

Los Angeles, CA, December 7, 1953

1359-1Look For The Silver Lining

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

Los Angeles, CA, November 16, 1954

2090-2Body And Soul
2091-3I Cover The Waterfront

** also scheduled as Verve MGV-8079.
** also released on Verve MGV-2045.

MGC-696   Music By Oscar Peterson - Tenderly

Oscar Peterson, piano; Ray Brown, bass.

NYC, March, 1950

374-3Debut
375-1They Didn't Believe Me
376-3Lover Come Back To Me
377-1Where Or When
378-3Three O'Clock In The Morning
379-1All The Things You Are
380-1Oscar's Blues
381-3Tenderly

Oscar Peterson, piano; Major Holley, bass.

NYC, May 8, 1950

394-1Little White Lies
395-3In The Middle Of A Kiss
396-4Nameless
398-1Two Sleepy People

** also scheduled as Verve MGV-8080.
** also released on Verve MGV-2046.

MGC-697   Music By Oscar Peterson - Keyboard

Oscar Peterson, piano; Major Holley, bass.: same session.

NYC, May 8, 1950

399-1Tico Tico
400-1Get Happy
401-2Jumpin' With Symphony Sid
402-1Smoke Gets In Your Eyes
403-1Deep Purple
404-1Robbin's Nest
405-1I'll Remember April
407-3Exactly Like You

Oscar Peterson, piano; Ray Brown, bass.

NYC, August, 1950

450-1Easy To Love
452-1Taking A Chance On Love
454-1Squatty Roo
455-1After All

** also scheduled as Verve MGV-8081.
** also released on Verve MGV-2047.

MGC-698   An Evening With Oscar Peterson

Oscar Peterson, piano; Ray Brown, bass.: same session.

NYC, August, 1950

456-2Caravan
457-1Summer Nocturne
458-1Salute To Garner
459-2I Get A Kick Out Of You
460-2What's New
461-1Dark Eyes
462-1What Is It
463-2The Way You Look Tonight
465-1Minor Blues

same personnel.

NYC, January 19, 1951

501-8How High The Moon
502-6The Nearness Of You

Oscar Peterson, piano, vocals; Barney Kessel, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Alvin Stoller, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, February 26, 1952

703-1Slow Down

** also scheduled as Verve MGV-8082.
** also released on Verve MGV-2048.

MGC-699   Chico O'Farrill And His Orchestra - Jazz North Of The Border And South Of The Border

Roy Eldridge, Al Porcino, trumpet; Eddie Bert, Bill Harris, Ollie Wilson, trombone; Bart Varsalona, bass trombone; Lenny Hambro, Charlie Kennedy, alto sax; Flip Phillips, tenor sax; Pete Mondello, baritone, tenor sax; Ralph Burns, piano; Billy Bauer, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Jo Jones, drums; Chico O'Farrill, arranger, conductor.

NYC, August 7, 1951

593-3Dance One
594-3Bright One
595-3Flamingo
596-3Last One

Mario Bauza, Doug Mettome, Jimmy Nottingham, Al Stewart, Nick Travis, trumpet; Eddie Bert, Vern Friley, Fred Zito, trombone; George Berg, Lenny Hambro, Ben Harrod, alto sax; Flip Phillips, Eddie Wasserman, tenor sax; Danny Bank, baritone sax; Rene Hernandez, piano; Roberto Rodriguez, bass; Don Lamond, drums; Luis Miranda, congas; Candido, Jose Mangual, bongos; Ubaldo Nieto, timbales; Bobby Escoto, vocals; Chico O'Farrill, arranger, conductor.

NYC, November 24, 1951

636-5Peanut Vendor
637-6Ill Wind
638-4Malaguena

Bernie Glow, Al Porcino, Dick Sherman, Al Stewart, Nick Travis, trumpet; Eddie Bert, Carl Elmer, Fred Zito, trombone; Lennie Hambro, Charlie Kennedy, alto sax; Flip Phillips, Eddie Wasserman, tenor sax; Danny Bank, baritone sax; Gene DiNovi, piano; Clyde Lombardi, bass; Don Lamond, drums; Chico O'Farrill, arranger, conductor.

NYC, March 24, 1952

737-3Heat Wave
738-2It Ain't Necessarily So
739-3Guess What
740-2Cry Baby Blues

unidentified orchestra, Chico O'Farrill, leader.

Los Angeles, CA, April 16, 1954

1575-5You Stepped Out Of A Dream

same personnel.

Los Angeles, CA, April 21, 1954

1579-5Siboney

same personnel.

Los Angeles, CA, April 22, 1954

1582-1No Te Importe Saber

** also released on Verve MGV-8083.