The Record Collection

Various Artists: Jazz 50s-003 (2012)

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Track list:

01 – Frenesi – Gerry Mulligan Quartet
02 – Autumn in New York – the Modern Jazz Quartet
03 – Salt Peanuts – The Quintet
04 – Afrodisia – Kenny Dorham
05 – The Third World – Herbie Nichols
06 – Barbados – Phineas Newborn, Jr.
07 – Whims of Chambers – Paul Chambers Sextet
08 – Stockholm Sweetnin’ – Quincy Jones
09 – All Night Long – the Prestige All Stars
10 – All Day Long – the Prestige All Stars
11 – Somewhere Else – Herbie Mann / Bobby Jaspar
12 – The Way You Look Tonight – Johnny Griffin
13 – Dizzy Moods – Charles Mingus
14 – Cool Struttin’ – Sonny Clark
15 – Poinciana – Ahmad Jamal
16 – Milestones – Miles Davis
17 – A Helluva Town – George Russell and his Orchestra
18 – Wabash – the Cannonbal Adderley Quintet
19 – Take Five – the Dave Brubeck Quartet
20 – Blowin’ The Blues Away – the Horace Silver Quintet

Personnel:

01 – Frenesi – Gerry Mulligan Quartet
Recorded: Gold Star Studios, Los Angeles, Ca; October 15 or 16, 1952
Personnel: Chet Baker (tp), Gerry Mulligan (bars), Bob Whitlock (b), Chico Hamilton (d)
Album: Gerry Mulligan Quartet [Pacific Jazz PJLP-1]

02 – Autumn in New York – the Modern Jazz Quartet
Recorded: New York; June 25, 1953
Personnel: Milt Jackson (vib), John Lewis (p), Percy heath (b), Kenny Clarke (d)
Album: Django [Prestige LP 7057; OJCCD 057]

03 – Salt Peanuts – The Quintet
Recorded: Massey Hall, Toronto, Canada; May 15, 1953
Personnel: Dizzy Gillespie (tp), Charles Mingus (b), Charlie Parker (as, vcl), Bud Powell (p), Max Roach (d)
Album: Jazz at Massey Hall [Debut DEB-124]

04 – Afrodisia – Kenny Dorham
Recorded: Rudy van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ; March 29, 1955
Personnel: Kenny Dorham (tp), J.J. Johnson (tb), Hank Mobley (ts), Cecil Payne (bars), Horace Silver (p), Oscar Pettiford (b), Art Blakey (d), Carlos “Patato” Valdes (cga), Richie Goldberg (cowbell)
Album: Afro-Cuban [Blue Note BLP 1535]

05 – The Third World – Herbie Nichols
Recorded: Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ; May 6, 1955
Personnel: Herbie Nichols (p), Al McKibbon (b), Art Blakey (d)
Album: The Prophetic Herbie Nichols [Blue Note BLP 5068]

06 – Barbados – Phineas Newborn, Jr.
Recorded: New York City; May 3, 1956
Personnel: Phineas Newborn Jr. (p), Calvin Newborn (g), Oscar Pettiford (b), Kenny Clarke (d)
Album: Here Is Phineas [Atlantic LP 1235]

07 – Whims of Chambers – Paul Chambers Sextet
Recorded: Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, New Jersey; September 21, 1956
Personnel: Donald Byrd (tp), John Coltrane (ts), Kenny Burrell (g), Horace Silver (p), Paul Chambers (b), ‘Philly’ Joe Jones (d)
Album: Whims of Chambers [Blue Note BLP 1534]

08 – Stockholm Sweetnin’ – Quincy Jones
Recorded: New York; September 29, 1956
Personnel: Art Farmer, Bernie Glow, Ernie Royal, Joe Wilder (tp), Jimmy Cleveland, Frank Rehak, Urbie Green (tb), Phil Woods (as), Bunny Bardach, Jerome Richardson, Lucky Thompson (ts), Jerome Richardson (fl), Jack Nimitz (bars), Hank Jones (p), Paul Chambers (b), Charlie Persip (d), Quincy Jones (arr)
Album: This Is How I Feel About Jazz [ABC Paramount 149]

09 – All Night Long – the Prestige All Stars
Recorded: Rudy van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ; December 28, 1956
Personnel: Donald Byrd (tp) Hank Mobley (ts) Jerome Richardson (ts, fl) Mal Waldron (p) Kenny Burrell (g) Doug Watkins (b) Art Taylor (d)
Album: All Night Long [Prestige 7073]

10 – All Day Long – the Prestige All Stars
Recorded: Rudy van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ; January 4, 1957
Personnel: Donald Byrd (tp) Frank Foster (ts, fl) Tommy Flanagan (p) Kenny Burrell (g) Doug Watkins (b) Art Taylor (d)
Album: All Day Long [Prestige LP 7081; OJC-456]

11 – Somewhere Else – Herbie Mann / Bobby Jaspar
Recorded: Hackenensack, NJ; March 21, 1957
Personnel: Herbie Mann (fl, ts), Bobby Jaspar (fl, ts), Tommy Flanagan (p), Joe Puma (g), Wendell Marshall (b), Bobby Donaldson (d)
[1st tenor, HM; 1st flute, BJ; 2nd flute, HM; 2nd tenor, BJ.]
Album: Flute Soufflé [Prestige 7101; OJCCD-760]

12 – The Way You Look Tonight – Johnny Griffin
Recorded: Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, New Jersey; April 6, 1957
Personnel: Lee Morgan (tp), Johnny Griffin (ts), John Coltrane (ts), Hank Mobley (ts), Wynton Kelly (p), Paul Chambers (b), Art Blakey (d)
Album: Johnny Griffin, vol. 2 – A Blowing Session [Blue Note BLP 1559]

13 – Dizzy Moods – Charles Mingus
Recorded: RCA Victor’s Studio ‘A’, New York City; July 18, 1957
Personnel: Charles Mingus (b), Jimmy Knepper (tb), Curtis Porter [Shafi Hadi] (as, ts), Clarence Shaw (tp), Bill Triglia (p), Danny Richmond (d) Frankie Dunlop (perc)
Album: New Tijuana Moods [RCA Victor LPM/LSP 2533]

14 – Cool Struttin’ – Sonny Clark
Recorded: Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, New Jersey: January 5, 1958
Personnel: Art Farmer (tp), Jackie McLean (as), Sonny Clark (p), Paul Chambers (b), ‘Philly’ Joe Jones (d)
Album: Cool Struttin’ [Blue Note 1588]

15 – Poinciana – Ahmad Jamal
Recorded: Pershing Club, Chicago, Illinois; January 16, 1958
Personnel: Ahmad Jamal (p), Israel Crosby (b), Vernell Fornier (d)
Album: At The Pershing / But Not For Me [Chess MCD 09108]

16 – Milestones – Miles Davis
Recorded: Columbia’s 30th Street Studio, New York City; February 4, 1958
Personnel: Miles Davis (tp), Cannonball Adderley (as), John Coltrane (ts), Red Garland (p), Paul Chambers (b), ‘Philly’ Joe Jones (d)
Album: Milestones [Columbia LP CL 1193]

17 – A Helluva Town – George Russell and his Orchestra
Recorded: NYC; November 24, 1958
Personnel: Art Farmer, Ernie Royal, Joe Wilder (tp), Tom Mitchell, Frank Rehak (tb), Bob Brookmeyer (v-tb), Hal McKusick, Phil Woods (as), Al Cohn (ts), Gene Allen (bars), Bill Evans (p), Barry Galbraith (g), George Duvivier (b), Max Roach (d), Jon Hendricks (nar), George Russell (arr, con)
Album: New York, N.Y. [Decca DL 9216]

18 – Wabash – the Cannonbal Adderley Quintet
Recorded: Universal Recording’s Studio B, Chicago; February 3, 1959
Personnel: Julian ‘Cannonball’ Adderley (as), John Coltrane (ts), Wynton Kelly (p), Paul Chambers (b), Jimmy Cobb (d)
Album: Cannonbal Adderley Quintet in Chicago [Mercury SR 60134]

19 – Take Five – the Dave Brubeck Quartet
Recorded: Columbia’s 30th Street Studio, New York; July 1, 1959
Personnel: Dave Brubeck (p), Paul Desmond (as), Eugene Wright (b), Lowe Morello (d)
Album: Time Out [Columbia CL 1397]

20 – Blowin’ The Blues Away – the Horace Silver Qunitet
Recorded: Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey; August 29, 1959
Personnel: Blue Mitchell (tp), Junior Cook (ts), Horace Silver (p), Gene Taylor (b), Louis Hayes (d)
Album: Blowin’ The Blues Away [Blue Note BLP 4017]

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