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 Storia del Jazz 1

 

01 "Wang Wang Blues" - Carter

Fletcher Henderson and his Orchestra: Fletcher Henderson p, Rex Stewart, Russell Smith, Cootie Williams, Bobby Stark tp, Jimmy Harrison, Charlie Green tb, Arville Harris cl, as, Harvey Boone as, Coleman Hawkins ts, Clarence Holiday bj, Del Thomas tuba, Kaiser Marshall d, arranger Benny Carter. NY May 16 1929



02 "Chinatown, My Chinatown" - Nesbitt

Fletcher Henderson and his Orchestra: Fletcher Henderson p Rex Stewart, Russell Smith, Bobby Stark tp, Jimmy Harrison tb, Claude Jones tb, Benny Carter cl, as, Harvey Boone as, Coleman Hawkins ts, Clarence Holiday bj, John Kirby tuba, Walter Johnson d, arranger John Nesbitt. NY Oct 3 1930



03 "Queer Notions"

Fletcher Henderson and his Orchestra: Fletcher Henderson p, Russell Smith, Henry Allen, Bobby Stark tp, Dicky Wells, Claude Jones tb, Russell Procope, Hilton Jefferson cl, as, Coleman Hawkins ts, Bernard Addison g, John Kirby b, Walter Johnson d, arranger Horace Henderson. NY Sep 22 1933



04 "Shangai Shuffle"

Fletcher Henderson and his Orchestra: Horace Henderson p, Russell Smith, Henry Allen, Irving Randolph tp, Keg Williams, Claude Jones tb, Buster Bailey, Russell Procope, Hilton Jefferson as, Ben Webster ts, Lawrence Lucie g, Elmer James b, Walter Johnson d, arranger Fletcher Henderson. NY Sep 11 1934



05 "Flaming Reeds And Screaming Brass" - Hudson

Jimmie Lunceford Orchestra: Jimmie Lunceford as dir, Eddie Tompkins Tommy Stevenson William Sleepy Tomlin tp, Henry Wells tb v Russell Bowles tb, Willy Smith as, Earl Carrothers cl as bar, Joe Thomas cl ts Edwin Wilcox p cel, Al Norris g, Moses Allen b, Jimmy Crawford d. Will Hudson arr. NY, May 15, 1933



06 "Swingin' Uptown" - Oliver

Jimmie Lunceford Orchestra: Jimmie Lunceford as dir, Eddie Tompkins Tommy Stevenson tp, Sy Oliver tp vcl arr, Henry Wells tb v Russell Bowles tb, Willy Smith as, Earl Carrothers cl as bar, Joe Thomas cl ts Edwin Wilcox p cel, Al Norris g, Moses Allen b, Jimmy Crawford d, Sy Oliver arr. NY, March 20, 1934



07 "Stratosphere" - Oliver

Jimmy Lunceford Orchestra: Jimmie Lunceford as dir, Eddie Tompkins Tommy Stevenson tp, Sy Oliver tp vcl arr, Henry Wells tb v Russell Bowles tb, Willy Smith cl as bar, Earl Carrothers cl as bar, Laforet Dent as, Joe Thomas cl ts Edwin Wilcox p cel, Al Norris g, Moses Allen b, Jimmy Crawford d. NY, September 4, 1934



08 "Don't Be That Way"

Chick Webb Savoy Orchestra: Mario Bauza tp, Bobby Stark tp, Taft Jordan tp, vocals, Sandy Williams Claude Jones tb, Pete Clark as, Edgar Sampson as, arranger, Wayne Carver ts, fl, Elmer Williams cl, ts, Don Kirkpatrick p, John Trueheart bj, g John Kirby b, Chick Webb d Charles Linton vocals, arranger Edgar Sampson. NY Nov 19 1934



09 "Stompin' At The Savoy"

Chick Webb Savoy Orchestra: Mario Bauza tp, Reunald Jones tp, Taft Jordan tp, vocals, Sandy Williams tb, Pete Clark as, Edgar Sampson as, arranger, Elmer Williams cl, ts, Joe Steele p, John Trueheart bj, g John Kirby b, Chick Webb d, Edgar Sampson as, arranger. NY, May 18, 1934



10 "Minnie The Moocher"

Cab Calloway and his Orchestra: R.Q. Dickerson, Lammar Wright, Wendell Cully tp, De Priest Wheeler, Harry White tb, William Thornton, cl/as, Andrew Brown, Walter Thomas bar, ten Earres Prince p, Morris White bnj, Jimmy Smith b, Leroy Maxey d, arranger Walter Thomas. NY, Mar 3, 1931

 

 Analisi 1

 

01 "Organ Grinder's Swing"

Jimmie Lunceford Orchestra: Jimmie Lunceford dir, Eddie Tompkins, Sy Oliver, tp, Elmer Crumbley Russell Bowles tb, Eddie Durham guit, tb Willie Smith cl as bars, Laforet Dent as Dan Grissom cl as vcl, Joe Thomas cl ts, Earl Carruthers cl as bar, Eddie Wilcox p cel, Al Norris g, Moses Allen tuba, Jimmy Crawford dr vibr. Arranger Sy Oliver, NY, Aug 31, 1936



02 "Society Blues"

Spike’s Seven Pods of Pepper Orchestra: Mutt Carey (cnt) Kid Ory (tb) Dink Johnson (cl) Fred Washington (p) Ed Garland (b) Beb Borders (d). Los Angeles, June 1922



03 "When Will the Blues Leave"

Ornette Coleman as, Don Cherry ct, Walter Norris p, Don Payne b, Billy Higgins d. February 10, 1958 – March 24, 1958



04 "Blues Connotation"

Don Cherry (cor) Ornette Coleman (as) Charlie Haden (b) Ed Blackwell (d). NY, January 31, 1961

 

 Storia del Jazz 2

 

01 "Bedspread"

Baron Mingus And His Octet: Karl George (tp) Henry Coker (tb) Marshall Royal (cl, as) Willie Smith (as) Lucky Thompson (ts) Lady Will Carr (p) Irving Ashby (g) Charles Mingus (b) Lee Young (d) Claude Trenier (vo) Los Angeles, CA, May 6, 1946

02 "He's Gone"



Baron Mingus Presents His Symphonic Airs: Vern Carlson, Miles Davis (tp) Henry Coker (tb) Boots Mussulli (as) Lucky Thompson (ts) Buddy Collette (ts, fl) Herb Carol (bars) Buzz Wheeler (p) Charles Mingus (b, cello) Warren Thompson (d) Herb Gayle (voice) Hollywood, CA, March or August, 1946



03 "Story Of Love"

Baron Mingus Presents His Symphonic Airs: Vern Carlson, Miles Davis (tp) Henry Coker (tb) Boots Mussulli (as) Lucky Thompson (ts) Buddy Collette (ts, fl) Herb Carol (bars) Buzz Wheeler (p) Charles Mingus (b, cello) Warren Thompson (d) Herb Gayle (vo) Hollywood, CA, March or August, 1946



04 "Precognition"

Lee Konitz (as) Phyllis Pinkerton (p) George Koutzen (cello) Charles Mingus (b) Al Levitt (d) Jackie Paris (vo). Lennie Tristano Studio, NY, April 12, 1952



05 "Extrasensory Perception"

Lee Konitz (as) Phyllis Pinkerton (p) George Koutzen (cello) Charles Mingus (b) Al Levitt (d) Jackie Paris (vo). Lennie Tristano Studio, NY, April 12, 1952



06 "What Is This Thing Called Love"

John La Porta (alto saxophone) Teo Macero (tenor/bari saxophone) Thad Jones (trumpet) Jackson Wiley (cello) Charles Mingus (acoustic bass, piano) Clem De Rosa (drums). NY, December 1954



07 "Stormy Weather"

John La Porta (alto saxophone) Teo Macero (tenor/bari saxophone) Thad Jones (trumpet) Jackson Wiley (cello) Charles Mingus (acoustic bass, piano) Clem De Rosa (drums). NY, December 1954

08 "Level Seven"

Teo Macero tenor, Wally Cirillo p, Charles Mingus b, Kenny Clarke dr, NY, January 30, 1955



09 "A Foggy Day"

Eddie Bert tb, George Barrow ts, Mal Waldron p, Charles Mingus cb, Willie Jones dr. Cafe Bohemia, NY, December 23, 1955

 

 Analisi 2

 

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