Magazine article IAJRC Journal

Discographical Forum

Magazine article IAJRC Journal

Discographical Forum

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This column is designed to encourage the interest of members in the entire range of discographical 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/92 Coronet Records/Ember Records (refer MW/79)

Submitted by Doug Norwood

Details of Coronet CX196 are as follows:

Paul Togawa Quartet: Gabe Baltazar (alto sax), Dick Johnson (piano), Ben Tucker (bass), Paul Togawa (drums). Los Angeles - July 1957. (Originally issued as part of Mode LP104).

PEANUTS; ORIENTAL BLUES

Pepper Adams Quintet: Stu Williamson (valve trombone), Pepper Adams (baritone sax), Carl Perkins (piano), Leroy Vinnegar (bass), Mel Lewis (drums). Los Angeles - 10 May 1957. (Originally part of Mode LP112).

MUEZZIN; FREDDIE FROO

Herbie Harper Sextet: Herbie Harper (trombone), Jay Coré (tenor sax), Marty Paich (piano), Howard Roberts (guitar), Red Mitchell (bass), Frank Capp (drums). (Originally part of Mode LP100).

JAY'S TUNE

Mel Lewis Sextet: Jack Sheldon (trumpet), Charlie Mariano (alto sax), Bill Holman (tenor sax), Marty Paich (piano), Buddy Clark (bass), Mel Lewis (drums). Los Angeles - June 1957 (Originally part of Mode LP103).

ZIG ZAG

Richie Kamuca Quartet: Richie Kamuca (tenor sax), Carl Perkins (piano), Leroy Vinnegar (bass), Stan Levey (drums). Los Angeles - June 1957. (Originally part of Mode LP102).

RAIN DRAIN

Eddie Costa Quintet: Art Farmer (trumpet), Phil Woods (alto sax), Eddie Costa (piano), Teddy Kotick (bass), Paul Motian (drums). New York City - 13 July 1957. (Originally part of Mode LP118).

BLUES PLUS EIGHT

Most, perhaps all, of the Mode LP have been reissued on VSOP.

MW/93 Buddy Collette/ Chris Columbo, submitted by Jean Louis Ginibre

Recently I enjoyed discussions on the Crown and affiliates labels. What a mess these guys did! I am wondering someone could supply the personnel, date, and location of the following albums: Buddy Collette on Broadway (Surrey SS1009) and Chris Columbo Quintette (Strand SL1044). Have these mysteries been resolved, ever?

Buddy Collette shown at left.

MW/94 Unknown vs. Unidentified

Submitted by Jean Louis Ginibre

I think that discographers should cease to use the word 'unknown' when they mention (or don't mention for that matter) musicians that remain 'unidentified'. These people are not 'unknowns' (someone knew them at the time of the recording, for example) but history has failed to retain their identity. In fact they remain 'unidentified' for the time being and probably forever. …

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