Elliot Lawrence Plays/the Elliott Lawrence Big Band

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Elliot Lawrence Plays/the Elliott Lawrence Big Band


Norwood, Doug, IAJRC Journal


ELLIOT LAWRENCE PLAYS

GERRY MULLIGAN ARRANGEMENTS

OJC CD-117-2

Collective personnel: Elliot Lawrence (p, leader) Nick Travis or Dick Sherman, Bernie Glow, Al Derisi, Stan Fishelson (tp) Eddie Bert, Ollie Wilson, Paul Seiden or Al Robertson (tb) Fred Schmidt or Tony Miranda (fhr) Sam Marowitz, Hal McKusick (as) Al Cohn, Eddie Wasserman (ts) Charlie O'Kane (bs) Russ Saunders or Buddy Jones (b) Don Lamond (d) New York City

March 4, 1955: Happy Hooligan/Rocker/Elegy for Two Clarinets/The Swinging Door

July 1, 1955: Bye Bye Blackbird/Strike Up the Band/ Mullenium/But Not for Me

July 5, 1955: Apple Core/Bweebida Bwobbita/My Silent Love/Mr. President

TT: 36:55

THE ELLIOTT LAWRENCE BIG BAND

SWINGS COHN AND KAHN

FANTASY FCD-24761-2

Collective personnel: Elliott Lawrence (p, leader) Ernie Royal, Nick Travis, Bernie Glow, Al Derisi, Stan Fishelson, Don Stratten (tp) Eddie Bert, Urbie Green, Paul Seiden, Fred Zito, Chauncey Welsch, Bill Byers, Jim Dahl (tb) Tony Miranda (fhr) Sam Marowitz, Hal McKusick, Gene Quill (as) Al Cohn, Eddie Wasserman, Zoot Sims, Frank Socolow (ts) Fred Pfeiffer, Walt Levinsky (reeds) Charlie O'Kane (bs) Buddy Jones, Russ Saunders (b) Sol Gubin (d)

New York City January 30 & 31 1956: TNT/The Blue Room/ My Heart Stood Still/Jeepers Creepers/Who Fired That Shot? Steel Pier, Atlantic City NJ June 16-21 1956: Blues Alley/ Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea/Ponce/ Tenderly/ Snapped Cap/Moten Swing/El's Bells/Alone Together/ Maybe/ Good Wood/Walkin' My Baby Back Home/Handmade

New York City January 9, 1957: Hackin' Around/Ivy Walk/ Music for Swinging Dancers

New York City, January 11 1957: Cupcake

New York City December 19 1957: Mood Midnight/ Nightfall/ Jazz Lullaby

TT: 78:07

For nearly fifty years, one of my favorite LPs has been one issued on Jazztone, Big Band Modern, by the Elliott Lawrence Orchestra. …

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