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 Storia del Jazz 1

 

03 "Blue Skies"

Benny Goodman and his Orchestra: Bunny Berigan Jerry Neary Nate Kazebier tp, Red Ballard Jack Lacey tb, Benny Goodman cl, Toots Mondello, Hymie Schertzer as, Arthur Rollini Dick Clark ts, Frank Froeba p, Allan Reuss g, Harry Goodman b, Gene Krupa d. Arranger Fletcher Henderson. NY Apr 25 1935

04 "China Boy"

Benny Goodman cl. Teddy Wilson p, Gene Krupa d. Chicago, April 24, 1936



05 "Stompin' At The Savoy"

Benny Goodman cl. Teddy Wilson p, Gene Krupa d. Chicago, April 24, 1936

06 "If Dreams Come True"

Benny Goodman and his Orchestra: Chris Griffin Harry James Ziggy Elman tp, Red Ballard Vernon Brown tb, Benny Goodman cl, Hymie Schertzer, George Koenig as, Arthur Rollini Vido Musso ts, Jess Stacy p, Allan Reuss g, Harry Goodman b, Gene Krupa d. Arranger Edgar Sampson. NY Dec 5 1937



07 "Ridin' High"

Benny Goodman and his Orchestra: Chris Griffin Harry James Ziggy Elman tp, Red Ballard Vernon Brown tb, Benny Goodman cl, Hymie Schertzer, George Koenig as, Arthur Rollini Vido Musso ts, Jess Stacy p, Allan Reuss g, Harry Goodman b, Gene Krupa d. Arranger Jimmy Mundy. Broadcast Camel Caravan, NY Nov 2 1937



08 "The Chant"

Artie Shaw and his Orchestra: Artie Shaw cl, dir, John Best, Malcolm Crain, Tom Di Carlo tpt, Harry Rogers, George Arus tbn, Harry Freeman as, Tony Pastor, Jules Rubin ts, Les Burnes p, Al Avola guit, Ben Ginsberg bass, Cliff Leeman drums, Peg La Centra, Leo Watson voice. Arranger Artie Shaw. NY, August 4, 1937

09 "Begin The Beguine"

Artie Shaw and his Orchestra: Artie Shaw cl, Chuck Peterson, John Best, Claude Bowen tpt, George Arus, Ted Vesley, Harry Rogers tnb, Les Robinson, Hank Freeman as, Tony Pastor ten, voice, Ronnie Perry ten, Les Burness piano, Al Avola guitar, Sid Weiss bass, Cliff Leeman drums, arranger Jerry Gray. New York July 24 1938



10 "Stardust"

Artie Shaw and his Orchestra: Artie Shaw clar, George Wendt, J. Cathcart, Billy Butterfield tpt, Jack Jenney, Vernon Brown tbn, Bus Bassey, Neely Plumb as, Les Robinson, Jerry Jerome ten, E. Lamas, T, Boardman, T. Klages, Bob Morrow, B. Bower, Al Beller vln, A. Harshman, K. Collins viola, F. Goermer cell, Johnny Guarnieri piano, Al Hendrickson guit, Jud DeNaut bass, Nick Fatool drums. LA, October 7, 1940



11 "Moonglow"

Artie Shaw and his Orchestra: Artie Shaw clar, George Wendt, J. Cathcart, Billy Butterfield tpt, Jack Jenney, Vernon Brown tbn, Bus Bassey, Neely Plumb as, Les Robinson, Jerry Jerome ten, E. Lamas, T, Boardman, T. Klages, Bob Morrow, B. Bower, Al Beller vln, A. Harshman, K. Collins viola, F. Goermer cell, Johnny Guarnieri piano, Al Hendrickson guit, Jud DeNaut bass, Nick Fatool drums. LA, January 23, 1941



12 "I've Heard That Song Before"

Harry James Orchestra, voice Helen Merrill. NYC, July 31, 1942



13 "Boogie Woogie"

Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, 1935



14 "Song of India"

Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, 1937



15 "Moonlight Serenade"

Glenn Miller Orchestra, 1939



16 "Pennsylvania 6-5000"

Glenn Miller Orchestra, 1940



17 "Chattanooga Choo Choo"

Glenn Miller Orchestra, 1941



18 "Stop! The Red Light's On"

Gene Krupa Orchestra, fest Anita O' Day and Roy Eldridge, 1941



"19 Bolero At The Savoy"

Gene Krupa Orchestra, fest Anita O' Day and Roy Eldridge, 1941

 

 Analisi 1 triennio

 

14 "Black And Tan Fantasy"

Duke Ellington Orchestra: Jabbo Smith, Louis Metcalf (t); Joe Nanton (tb); Rudy Jackson (cl,ts); Otto Hardwicke (cl,ss,as,bar,bsax); Harry Carney (cl,as); Duke Ellington (p); Fred Guy (bj); Wellman Braud (sb); Sonny Greer (d); Adelaide Hall (v) New York City, NY, 3-Nov-1927



15 "Black Beauty"

Duke Ellington Orchestra: Bubber Miley, Louis Metcalf (t); Joe Nanton (tb); Rudy Jackson (cl,as); Otto Hardwicke (cl,ss,as,bar,bsax); Harry Carney (cl,ss,as,bar); Duke Ellington (p); Fred Guy (bj); Wellman Braud (sb); Sonny Greer (d). NYC, 19 Dec 1927



16 "Awful Sad"

Duke Ellington Orchestra: Arthur Whetsol, Bubber Miley (t); Joe Nanton (tb); Barney Bigard (cl,ts); Johnny Hodges (cl,ss,as); Harry Carney (cl,as,bar); Duke Ellington (p); Fred Guy (bj); Wellman Braud (sb); Sonny Greer (d). NYC, 02 Oct 1928



17 "The Mystery Song"

Duke Ellington Orchestra: Arthur Whetsol, Cootie Williams, Freddie Jenkins (t); Joe Nanton, Juan Tizol (tb); Barney Bigard (cl,ts); Johnny Hodges (cl,ss,as); Harry Carney (cl,as,bar); Duke Ellington (p); Fred Guy (bj); Wellman Braud (sb); Sonny Greer (d,ch). NYC, 17 Jun 1931



 

 Storia 2 triennio

 

06 "'Round Midnight"

Miles Davis Quintet: Miles Davis, trumpet; John Coltrane, tenor sax; Red Garland, piano; Paul Chambers, bass; Philly Joe Jones, drums. Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, September 10, 1956



07 "Announcement - Well You Needn't"

Miles Davis Quintet: Miles Davis, trumpet; John Coltrane, tenor sax; Red Garland, piano; Paul Chambers, bass; Philly Joe Jones, drums. Radio broadcast, live at Cafe Bohemia, NYC, September 15, 1956



08 "Générique"

Rene Urtreger Quartet With Miles Davis: Miles Davis, trumpet; Barney Wilen, tenor sax; Rene Urtreger, piano; Pierre Michelot, bass; Kenny Clarke, drums. Le Poste Parisien Studios, Paris, France, December 4, 1957



09 "Two Bass Hit"

Miles Davis Sextet: Miles Davis – trumpet, Cannonball Adderley – alto saxophone, John Coltrane – tenor saxophone, Red Garland – piano, Paul Chambers – double bass, Philly Joe Jones – drums. NY, February 4, 1958

10 "Stella By Starlight"

Miles Davis Sextet: Miles Davis tp, Cannonball Adderley as, John Coltrane ts, Bill Evans p, Paul Chambers b, Jimmy Cobb dr. NYC, 26 May 1958



11 "Flamenco Sketches"

Miles Davis Sextet: Miles Davis tp, Julian "Cannonball" Adderley as, John Coltrane ts, Bill Evans p, Paul Chambers b, Jimmy Cobb dr. NYC, 22 Apr 1959




 

 Analisi 2 triennio

 

"09_Ecaroh_5t"

The Jazz Messengers: Donald Byrd (tp) Hank Mobley (ts) Horace Silver (p) Doug Watkins (b) Art Blakey (d). New York, April 5, 1956



"10_Ecaroh"

Horace Silver (p) Gene Ramey (b) Art Blakey (d). NY 1952



 

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