Various - RCA Victor 80th Anniversary • The First Label In Jazz • Vol.3 1940-1949

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Various - RCA Victor 80th Anniversary • The First Label In Jazz • Vol.3 1940-1949
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RCA Victor 80th Anniversary • The First Label In Jazz • Vol.3 1940-1949
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Label: RCA Victor ‎– 09026-68779-2, BMG Classics ‎– 09026-68779-2
Series: RCA Victor 80th Anniversary – 3
Type: CD, Compilation
Country: US
Date of released: 1997
Category: Jazz
Style: Big Band, Bop, Swing
Rating:
4.5
Votes:
244

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1 Coleman Hawkins' All Star Octet The Sheik Of Araby
Bass [String] – Johnny WilliamsClarinet – Danny PoloDrums – Walter JohnsonGuitar – Lawrence LuciePiano – Gene RodgersTenor Saxophone – Coleman HawkinsTrombone – J.C. HigginbothamTrumpet – Benny CarterWritten-By – Francis Wheeler, Harry B. Smith, Ted Snyder
2:57
2 Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra* Cotton Tail
Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Otto HardwickBass [String] – Jimmy BlantonClarinet – Barney BigardClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Harry CarneyClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Johnny HodgesCornet – Rex StewartDrums – Sonny GreerGuitar – Fred GuyPiano, Directed By [Direction] – Duke EllingtonTenor Saxophone – Ben WebsterTrombone – Joe Nanton, Lawrence BrownTrumpet – Cootie Williams, Wallace JonesValve Trombone – Juan TizolWritten-By – Edward Kennedy Ellington*
3:09
3 Artie Shaw And His Gramercy Five Summit Ridge Drive
Bass [String] – Jud DeNautDrums – Nick FatoolElectric Guitar – Al HendricksonHarpsichord – Johnny GuarnieriTrumpet – Billy ButterfieldWritten-By, Clarinet – Artie Shaw
3:18
4 Sidney Bechet Trio* Blues In Thirds
Clarinet – Sidney BechetDrums – Baby DoddsWritten-By, Piano – Earl Hines
2:55
5 Benny Carter And His Orchestra All Of Me
Alto Saxophone – Chauncey HaughtonAlto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – George James Arranged By – Carter*Bass [String] – Hayes AlvisClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Directed By [Direction] – Benny CarterDrums – Keg PurnellGuitar – Everett BarksdalePiano – Sonny WhiteTenor Saxophone – George Irish, Stafford SimonTrombone – Benny Morton, Madison Vaughan, Milton RobinsonTrumpet – Bobby Williams , Russell Smith, Sidney de ParisWritten-By – Gerald Marks, Seymour B. Simons*
3:20
6 Metronome All Stars One O'Clock Jump
Alto Saxophone – Benny Carter, Toots MondelloBass [String] – Artie BernsteinClarinet – Benny GoodmanDrums – Buddy RichElectric Guitar – Charlie ChristianPiano – Count BasieTenor Saxophone – Coleman Hawkins, Tex BenekeTrombone – J.C. Higginbotham, Tommy DorseyTrumpet – Cootie Williams, Harry James , Ziggy ElmanWritten-By – William "Count" Basie*
3:24
7 Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra Yes Indeed!
Alto Saxophone – Fred Stulce, Heinie BeauBass [String] – Sid WeissClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Johnny MinceDrums – Buddy RichGuitar – Clark Yokum*Piano – Joe BushkinTenor Saxophone – Don Lodice, Paul MasonTrombone – George Arus, Les Jenkins, Lowell MartinTrombone, Directed By [Direction] – Tommy DorseyTrumpet – Chuck Peterson, Jimmy Blake, Ray Linn, Ziggy ElmanVocals – Jo StaffordVocals, Written-By, Arranged By – Sy Oliver
3:27
8 Johnny Hodges And His Orchestra Things Ain't What They Used To Be
Alto Saxophone – Johnny HodgesBaritone Saxophone – Harry CarneyBass [String] – Jimmy BlantonDrums – Sonny GreerPiano – Duke EllingtonTrombone – Lawrence BrownTrumpet – Ray NanceWritten-By – Edward Kennedy Ellington*
3:36
9 John Kirby And His Orchestra St. Louis Blues
Alto Saxophone – Russell ProcopeBass [String] – John KirbyClarinet – Buster BaileyDrums – Specs PowellPiano – Billy KyleTrumpet – Charlie ShaversWritten-By – W.C. Handy*
2:44
10 Earl Hines And His Orchestra Stormy Monday Blues
Arranged By – Crowder*Bass [String] – Truck ParhamClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Leroy Harris, Scoops CareyDrums – Rudolph TaylorGuitar – Clifton Best*Piano, Directed By [Direction] – Earl HinesTenor Saxophone – Budd Johnson, Robert Crowder , William Randall*Trombone – George Hunt, Gerald Valentine , Joe McLewisTrumpet – George Dixon, Harry Jackson*, Jesse Miller, Maurice McConnell*Vocals – Billy EckstineWritten-By – William Eckstine*, Earl Hines, Bob Crowder*
3:07
11 Dizzy Gillespie And His Orchestra Night In Tunisia—Interlude
Bass [String] – Ray BrownDrums – J.C. HeardGuitar – Bill DeArango*Piano – Al HaigProducer – Leonard FeatherTenor Saxophone – Don ByasTrumpet – Dizzy GillespieVibraphone – Milt JacksonWritten-By – Frank Paparelli, John Gillespie*
3:03
12 Coleman Hawkins' 52nd Street All Stars Spotlite [Based On Just You, Just Me]
Alto Saxophone – Pete Brown Bass [String] – Al McKibbonDrums – Shelly ManneGuitar – Mary OsbornePiano – Jimmy Jones Producer – Leonard FeatherTenor Saxophone – Allen Eager, Coleman HawkinsTrumpet – Charlie ShaversWritten-By – Jesse Greer, Raymond Klages
3:06
13 The 52nd Street All Stars* Allen's Alley
Alto Saxophone – Pete Brown Bass [String] – Al McKibbonDrums – Shelly ManneGuitar – Mary OsbornePiano – Jimmy Jones Producer – Leonard FeatherTenor Saxophone – Allen EagerWritten-By – Denzil deCosta Best*
3:00
14 Benny Carter And His Chocolate Dandies* Cadillac Slim
Alto Saxophone – Benny CarterBass [String] – John SimmonsDrums – Sid Catlett*Piano – Sonny WhiteTenor Saxophone – Ben WebsterTrombone – Al GreyTrumpet – Buck ClaytonWritten-By – Benjamin Francis Webster*
3:03
15 Kenny Clarke And His 52nd Street Boys Epistrophy
Alto Saxophone – Sonny StittBaritone Saxophone – Eddie DeVerteuil*Bass [String] – Al HallDrums – Kenny ClarkeGuitar – John Collins Piano – Bud PowellTenor Saxophone – Ray AbramsTrumpet – Fats Navarro, Kenny DorhamWritten-By – Kenneth S. Clarke*, Thelonious Monk
2:52
16 Esquire All-American Award Winners* Buckin' The Blues
Baritone Saxophone – Harry CarneyBass [String] – Chubby JacksonDrums – Shadow WilsonGuitar – John Collins Piano – Teddy WilsonProducer – Leonard FeatherTenor Saxophone – Coleman HawkinsTrombone – J.J. JohnsonTrumpet – Buck ClaytonWritten-By – Leonard Geoffrey Feather*
2:58
17 Art Tatum Out Of Nowhere
Piano [Solo] – Art TatumWritten-By – Edward Heyman, Johnny Green
2:49
18 Jack Teagarden's Big Eight* Blues After Hours
Bass [String] – Jack LesbergClarinet – Peanuts HuckoDrums – Dave ToughGuitar – Chuck WaynePiano – Gene SchroederTenor Saxophone – Cliff StricklandTrombone, Vocals – Jack TeagardenTrumpet – Max KaminskyWritten-By – Teagarden*
3:17
19 Erroll Garner Erroll's Bounce
Piano [Solo], Written-By – Erroll Garner
2:57
20 Louis Armstrong And His All Stars* Ain't Misbehavin'
Bass [String] – Bob HaggartClarinet – Peanuts HuckoCornet – Bobby HackettDrums – Sid Catlett*Piano – Dick CaryTrombone – Jack TeagardenTrumpet, Vocals – Louis ArmstrongWritten-By – Andy Razaf, Thomas Waller*, Harry Brooks
3:55
21 Lennie Tristano (I Don't Stand A) Ghost Of A Chance
Piano [Solo] – Lennie TristanoWritten-By – Bing Crosby, Ned Washington, Victor Young
2:52
22 Count Basie And His Orchestra* Your Red Wagon
Alto Saxophone – Charlie Price*, Preston LoveBaritone Saxophone – Jack WashingtonBass [String] – Walter PageDrums – Jo JonesGuitar – Freddie GreenPiano, Directed By [Direction] – Count BasieTenor Saxophone – Buddy Tate, Paul GonsalvesTrombone – Bill Johnson, Dicky Wells*, George Matthews , Ted DonnellyTrumpet – Ed Lewis, Emmett Berry, Harry Edison, Snooky YoungVocals – Jimmy RushingWritten-By – Don Raye, Gene DePaul, Richard Jones
2:47
23 Dizzy Gillespie And His Orchestra Algo Bueno (Woody'n You)
Alto Saxophone – Howard Johnson , John Brown Baritone Saxophone – Cecil PayneBass [String] – Al McKibbonCongas – Chano Pozo Gonzales*Drums – Kenny ClarkePiano – John Lewis Tenor Saxophone – George Nicholas , Joe GaylesTrombone – Ted Kelly, Bill Shepherd*Trumpet – Benny Bailey, Dave Burns, Elmon Wright, Lamar Wright, Jr.*Trumpet, Directed By [Direction] – Dizzy GillespieWritten-By – John Gillespie*
2:56
24 The Metronome All-Stars* Overtime
Alto Saxophone – Charlie ParkerBaritone Saxophone – Ernie CaceresBass [String] – Eddie SafranskiClarinet – Buddy DeFrancoDrums – Shelly ManneGuitar – Billy BauerPiano – Lennie TristanoProducer – Ch. Green*, Steve SholesTenor Saxophone – Charlie VenturaTrombone – J.J. Johnson, Kai WindingTrumpet – Dizzy Gillespie, Fats Navarro, Miles DavisWritten-By, Arranged By, Directed By [Direction] – Pete Rugolo
3:07
25 Oscar Peterson Trio* My Heart Stood Still
Bass [String] – Auston Roberts*Guitar – Ben Johnson Piano – Oscar PetersonWritten-By – Richard Rodgers-Lorenz Hart*
3:23

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – BMG Entertainment
  • Copyright (c) – BMG Music

Credits

  • A&R [Direction] – Rolf Enoch
  • Art Direction – Scott Johnson
  • Engineer [Reissue] – Jochen Hinsch
  • Liner Notes – Brian Rust, Stephanie Stein*
  • Photography By – Frank Driggs
  • Producer [Series] – Steve Gates*

Notes

Total Playing Time — 79:06

Tracks:
1) Recorded in New York, January 3, 1940 [SOURCE: 046157-1; BB B-10770]
2) Recorded in Hollywood, May 4, 1940 [SOURCE: 049655-1; Vic 26610]
3) Recorded in Hollywood, September 3, 1940 [SOURCE: 055062-1; Vic 26763]
4) Recorded in Chicago, September 6, 1940 [SOURCE: 053431-2; Vic 27204]
5) Recorded in New York, November 19, 1940 [SOURCE: 057656-1; BB B-10962]
6) Recorded in New York, January 16, 1941 [SOURCE: 060332-1; Vic 27314]
7) Recorded in New York, February 17, 1941 [SOURCE: 060908; Vic 27421]
8) Recorded in Hollywood, July 3, 1941 [SOURCE: 061348-1; BB B-11447]
9) Recorded in New York, February 11, 1942 [SOURCE: 071903-1; Vic 27926]
10) Recorded in New York, March 19, 1942 [SOURCE: 073462-1; BB B-11567]
11) Recorded in New York, February 22, 1946 [SOURCE: D6-VB-1683-1; Vic 40-0130]
12) Recorded in New York, February 27, 1946 [SOURCE: D6-VB-1309; Vic 40-0131]
13) Recorded in New York, February 27, 1946 [SOURCE: D-6VB-1311-1; Vic 40-0133]
14) Recorded in New York, August 23, 1946 [SOURCE: D6-VB-2697-1; Swing 258]
15) Recorded in New York, September 5, 1946 [SOURCE: D6-VB-2792-1; Swing 224]
16) Recorded in New York, December 4, 1946 [SOURCE: D6-VB-3372; Vic 40-0135]
17) Recorded in New York, January 20, 1947 [SOURCE: D7-VB-76-1; Vic LPM-3001]
18) Recorded in New York, March 14, 1947 [SOURCE: D7-VB-661-1; Vic 20-2458]
19) Recorded in Hollywood, April 22, 1947 [SOURCE: D7-VB-515-1; Vic 20-3086]
20) Recorded live in concert at Town Hall in New York, May 17, 1947 [SOURCE: D8 VC-73; Vic 40-4005]
21) Recorded in New York, September 23, 1947 [SOURCE: D7-VB-1649; Vic 27-0145]
22) Recorded in Hollywood, December 8, 1947 [SOURCE: D7-VB-2169-1; Vic 20-2677]
23) Recorded in New York, December 22, 1947 [SOURCE: D7-VB-2932-1; Vic 20-3186]
24) Recorded in New York, January 3, 1949 [SOURCE: D9VC 1000-2; CAL-426 LP]
25) Recorded in Montreal, Canada, November 14, 1949 [SOURCE: 9.805-2; Vic 56-0042]
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Tracks 1-8, 10-17, 19-25: ASCAP
Track 9: P.D. (Public Domain)
Track 18: BMI

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  • Barcode: 0 9026-68779-2 8
  • Matrix / Runout: 09026687792 X1J
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L238
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 4101
  • Other (SPARS Code): AAD

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