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Avui encetem el nostre espai amb el darrer treball del gran trompetista Terence Blanchard and The Colective, Breathless i seguirem també amb el darrer àlbum del quartet James Farm City Folk.
Seguin amb novetats , ens quedarem a casa nostra amb la fenomenal proposta del contrabaixista Manel Fortià i el pianista Marco Mezquida My Old Flame i el darrer cd del saxofonista Vernau Mier i el seu quintet Nebuloses d'Azimut. La cantant d'avui es la Sra. Catherine Russell i el seu darrer treball Bring It Back, i tancarem al nostre programa amb el record a la historia i avui ho farem amb l'inoblidable gegant del clarinet Benny Goodman amb enregistraments del 1936 al costat del seu llegendari trio i quartet, amb Teddy Wilson, Gene Krupa i Lionel Hampton.

2ª Hora especial Clark Terry- 1º Part

CLARK TERRY 1947-1956

CHARLIE BARNET

Jimmy Campbell, Joe Graves, Clark Terry, James Nottingham, Doc Severinsen (tp) Porky Cohen, Fred Zito, Red Benson (tb) Charlie
Barnet (sax,ldr) Walt Weidler, Bud Shank (as) Kurt Bloom, Wolfgang Weidler (ts) Bob Dawes (bar) Claude Williamson (p) Don Tosti (b)
Dick Shanahan (d) Bunny Briggs, Jean Louise (vcl) Billy May, Neal Hefti, Ralph Burns, Andy Gibson, Billy Moore, Duke Ellington (arr)
(*), Town Hall, New York, December 6 & 7, 1947

1-Caravan
2-Terry tune (Clark terry and James Nottingham solos)

"Fred Robbins’ One Night Stand". Performance began late on the evening of Dec. 6 and was preceded by a Morey Amsterdam
comedy routine.
Columbia P16741 is a 7"LP.
Columbia Musical Treasuries P2M5193(mono) = P2S5194(stereo).
Columbia CL639 titled "Town Hall Jazz Concert".

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Count Basie And His Orchestra

Emmett Berry, Harry "Sweets" Edison, Clark Terry, Jimmy Nottingham, Gerald Wilson (tp) Ted
Donnelly, Dicky Wells, George Matthews, Melba Liston (tb) Earl Warren (as) Charlie "C.Q." Price (as,arr) Paul Gonsalves, Bill Parker
(ts) Jack Washington (bar) Count Basie (p,celeste-1) Freddie Green (g) Singleton Palmer (b) Butch Ballard (d) Bobby Troup, Taps Miller,
Jimmy Rushing (vcl) Don Redman (arr)
Los Angeles, April 11, 1949

3-Just an old manuscript (Clark Terry-dr arr)
4-Katy

RCA Bluebird 66158-2 [CD] titled "Count Basie - Shoutin’ Blues".
All above titles also on Classics (F)1107 [CD], Past Perfect (G)204541/50 [CD].

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Count Basie Octet

Clark Terry (tp,vcl) Buddy DeFranco (cl) Charlie Rouse (ts) Serge Chaloff (bar) Count Basie (p) Freddie Green (g)
Jimmy Lewis (b) Buddy Rich (d) Neal Hefti (arr)
New York, May 16, 1950

5-You’re my baby, you (Clark Terry-Vocal)

CBS (F)54167, 54168 are part of the l0-LP set CBS (F)66102.
One take of Mx. CO43263 also on CBS (Eu)467143-2 [CD]

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Wardell Gray’s Los Angeles All Stars

Clark Terry (tp) Sonny Criss (as) Wardell Gray (ts) Jimmy Bunn (p) Billy Hadnott (b) Chuck Thompson (d)
Broadcast "Hula Hut", Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, August 27, 1950

6-Scrapple From The Apple

All above titles also on Esquire (E)32-023, Stateside (E)SL10145, Prestige LP7343, PR24062, (It)HB6054.
All above titles also on Prestige (Jap)SMJ-6602, OJC 051; both titled "Wardell Gray memorial Vol.2".
Prestige (Jap)SMJ-6602 = Prestige (Jap)VIJ-250.
All microgroove issues (except Prestige PRLP128 & PR24062) issued as "Kiddo" is also known as "Scrapple from the apple" and
"Jazz on sunset" as "Move".
"Jazz on sunset (Move)" is announced as "Pusin’ Trot" on some issues.
Some sources indicate Mx 1233 on Prestige 780 and Mx 1234 on Prestige 781.
Mx. 1231 & 1232 also on Prestige 11PRCD-4442-2 [CD] titled "Dexter Gordon - The Complete Prestige Recordings"; this is an 11
CD set.
All above titles also on Classics (F)1463 [CD] titled "Wardell Gray 1950-1955"

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Count Basie Octet

Clark Terry (tp) Buddy DeFranco (cl) Wardell Gray (ts) Rudy Rutherford (bar) Count Basie (p) Freddie Green (g)
Jimmy Lewis (b) Gus Johnson (d)
New York, November 2, 1950

7-Song of the islands
8-Little white lies

The Count Basie Discography by Chris Sheridan incorrectly lists Harmony HL7229 as being on "One o’clock jump" on this session.
It is correctly listed in the January 21, 1942 session.
CBS (F)54168 is part of the 10-LP set CBS (F)66102.
All above titles also on Ocium (Sp)OCM0002 [CD], Columbia Legacy C4K87110 [CD], Classics (F)1228 [CD].

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Duke Ellington And His Orchestra

Clark Terry, Cat Anderson, Willie Cook, Ray Nance (tp) Quentin Jackson, Britt Woodman, Juan Tizol (tb) Jimmy Hamilton (cl,ts) Russell
Procope (as,cl) Hilton Jefferson, Paul Gonsalves (as) Harry Carney (bar) Duke Ellington (p) Wendell Marshall (b) Louie Bellson (d)
New York, July 1, 1952

9- Perdido

This session was previously dated August 10, 1952.
Both above titles also on Columbia CK87066 [CD]

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Duke Ellington And His Orchestra

Clark Terry, Willie Cook, Cat Anderson (tp) Ray Nance (tp,vln,vcl) Quentin Jackson, Britt
Woodman, Juan Tizol (tb) Jimmy Hamilton (cl,ts) Rick Henderson (as) Russell Procope (as,cl) Paul Gonsalves (ts) Harry Carney
(bar,b-cl,cl) Duke Ellington (p) Wendell Marshall (b) Butch Ballard (d) Jimmy Grissom (vcl)
Hollywood, CA, April 6, 1953

10-Cocktails for two

Pathe Marconi (F)EMI1551.893 titled "Duke Ellington showcase".
Capitol (E)T20808 titled "The great big bands, Volume 1".
Capitol CDP7-91223-2 [CD] titled "The best of Duke Ellington and his famous Orchestra".
EMI LC0542 [CD] titled "Duke Ellington Legends of the 20th Century".
All above titles also on Mosaic MD5-160 [CD] titled "The Complete Capitol Duke Ellington"; this is a 5 CD set.
All above titles also on Definitive (And)DRCD11361 [CD] titled "Duke Ellington - The Capitol Sessions 1953-1955";this is a 4 CD
set.
All above titles also on Classics (F)1350 [CD].

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GERALD WILSON Big Band Modern

John Anderson, Louis Grey, Allen Smith, Clark Terry (tp) Isaac Bell, Atlee Chapman, John Ewing, Britt Woodman
(tb) Jerry Dodgion (as) Teddy Edwards, Paul Gonsalves, Frank Haynes (ts) Bill Green (bar) Cedric Haywood (p) Addison Farmer (b) Gus
Gustafson (d) unknown (male vcl) Gerald Wilson (arr,cond)
Los Angeles, early 1954

11-Bull fighter

All above titles also on The Jazz Factory (Sp)JFCD22880 [CD], Classics (F)1444 [CD]

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OSCAR PETTIFORD NONET

Clark Terry, Joe Wilder (tp) Jimmy Cleveland (tb) Dave Schildkraut (as) Jimmy Hamilton (cl,ts-1) Danny Bank (bar)
Earl Knight (p) Oscar Pettiford (b,cello) Osie Johnson (d)
New York, December 17, 1954

12-Swingin’ till the girls come home
13-Chuckles

All above titles also on Fresh Sound (Sp)FSRCD453 [CD] titled "Oscar Pettiford Nonet & Octet".
All above titles also on Lonehill Jazz (Sp)LHJ10341 [CD] titled "Oscar Pettiford & Tom Talbert - Bix, Duke, Fats & More!".
All above titles also on Bethlehem BCP2, (Jap)TOJJ-1019, London (E)LP14023, Affinity (E)AFF160, Classics (F)1454 [CD].
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Johnny Hodges And The Ellington All-Stars (Without Duke)

Clark Terry (tp) Ray Nance (tp,vln-1,vcl) Quentin
Jackson (tb) Johnny Hodges (as) Jimmy Hamilton (ts,cl) Harry Carney (bar) Billy Strayhorn (p) Jimmy Woode (b) Sam Woodyard (d)
Chicago, September 1, 1956

14-The Duke’s in bed
15-Take the "A" train

All above titles also on ARS G421 titled "Johnny Hodges and the Ellington All-Stars".
All above titles also on Columbia (E)33CX10098 titled "Johnny Hodges and the Ellington All Stars".
All above titles also on Mosaic MD6-200 [CD].













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