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Discographical Forum

By Walker, Malcolm; Raichelson, Dick | IAJRC Journal, December 2011 | Go to article overview

Discographical Forum


Walker, Malcolm, Raichelson, Dick, IAJRC Journal


This column is designed to encourage the interest of members in the entire range of disco graphical jazz research. Dick will emphasize the earliest period of collecting, beginning in the 1920s, and Malcolm from the late 1930s and up. However, both of us will happily overlap. Apart from independent research and articles from members, the column also will include small discographies and label listings, reviews of discographically related books and papers, and a continual update on work in progress among members. Each entry will have an 'MW' (Malcolm Walker) or a 'DR' (Dick Raichelson) preceding it, along with a number, allowing for easy reference and correspondence. The name of the individual who submitted the information will appear below the entry heading. Any corrections or additions to an entry should be forwarded to either Malcolm or Dick. These updates will appear in a future edition of the Forum. But mainly it will be an open forum for your questions and research. Please submit information to either:

Malcolm Walker, 16 Wyndham Street, Brighton BN2 1AF, UK discoforum@yahoo.com

Dick Raichelson - PO Box 240544, Memphis, Tennessee 38124, USA arcadia@all2easy.net

MW/102

Russell Jacquet/Jazz at Town Hall Records (refer MW/95)

Submitted by Clarrie Henley

While I can supply details of 11434 (Illinois Jacquet Birthday Party) , I am afraid my information further deepens the mystery. I have before me a copy of JRC Records JRC-11434 - Illinois Jacquet Birthday Party which also proclaims JAZZ GREATEST NAMES. Russell Jacquet Producer, Volume 2. It is not exactly clear whether Volume 2 refers to the Birthday Party title, Jazz Greatest Names or whatever. Further complications arise in a paragraph that states "This record was previously released on the Elec Record label in 1975. This is a re-issue on JRC-76". The label and the sleeve bear the 11434 number and NOT 76. It is a clean pressing with a stout sleeve, the front cover is an excellent David Stone Martin work depicting Illinois and saxophone. The back cover carries a (fortunately) brief note about Night, Day, Laughter, Sorrow, Joy, Hurt, etc with no mention of Illinois, the occasion of the party or anything to do with the session - it's the worst kind! On my copy the labels are reversed.

The details as given on the sleeve and label are:

Illinois Jacquet (tenor sax), Joe Newman (trumpet), Art Farmer (flugelhorn), Jimmie Smith (piano), Kenny Burrell (guitar), Jack Six (bass), Gerry Mulligan (baritone sax), James Moody (tenor sax and flute). No location or date.

Tracks are: Ebb Tide; Birthday Party Blues (I. Jacquet); The Shadow of Your Smile; On the Beach (I. Jacquet, E. Beach); Polka Dots and Moonbeams.

The late Ed Beach broadcast on WRVR-FM in New York.

So, it would seem that this material was issued at least three times and we can assume it was recorded in 1975 or earlier.

MW/110

Charlie Parker on CD (refer MW/105)

Submitted by Wilfried Jacobs

Here are a few answers on some of the CDs you request information about:

CHARLIE PARKER: BLUES FOR NORMAN:

Al Killian, Howard McGhee (trumpets), Charlie Parker, Willie Smith (alto saxes), Lester Young (tenor sax), Arnold Ross (piano), Billy Hadnott (bass), Lee Young (drums). Los Angeles - 28 January 1946.

BLUES FOR NORMAN

OH, LADY BE GOOD

I CAN'T GET STARTED

AFTER YOU'VE GONE

Buck Clayton (trumpet), Charlie Parker, Willie Smith (alto saxes), Coleman Hawkins, Lester Young (tenor saxes), Ken Kersey (piano), Irving Ashby (guitar), Billy Hadnott (bass), Buddy Rich (drums). Los Angeles - 22 April 1946

JATP BLUES

I GOT RHYTHM

Roy Eldridge (trumpet), Tommy Turk (trombone), Charlie Parker (alto sax), Flip Phillips, Lester Young (tenor saxes), Hank Jones (piano), Ray Brown (bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Ella Fitzgerald (vocal).

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