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Sunday Morning Jazz

Sunday Morning Jazz

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Some of the best of 1950s jazz, chosen to be both cool and cheerful - ideal for a lazy Sunday morning. Dave Brubeck, Herbie Steward, Chet Baker and many more in a hour long programme of fine melodies and rhythms.

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Sunday Morning Jazz

Some of the best of 1950s jazz, chosen to be both cool and cheerful - ideal for a lazy Sunday morning. Dave Brubeck, Herbie Steward, Chet Baker and many more in a hour long programme of fine melodies and rhythms.

1 I Get A Kick Out Of You
2 Frenesí
3 My Baby Just Cares For Me
4 Carioca
5 Get Happy
6 Swingin' Till The Girls Come Home
7 Heat Wave
8 Tabu
9 Rose Of the Rio Grande
10 Love Walked In
11 Maid In Mexico
12 Mambo Los Feliz
13 Just One Of Those Things
14 Yo Yo
15 Lullaby In Rhythm
16 Come Out, Wherever You Are
17 Stuffy
18 I'll Take The South
19 Nice Work If You Can Get It
20 Ciribiribin
21 Get Me To The Church On Time
22 Swanee River

Original Recordings 1950-1959
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Sunday Morning Jazz
Original Recordings 1950-1959

1 I Get A Kick Out Of You (Porter)
The Red Norvo Trio
Red Norvo-vibes, Tal Farlow-guitar, Charles Mingus-bass
Chicago, Oct 13, 1950
(Discovery 378) Chappell

2 Frenesí (Dominguez, Whitcup)
The Dave Brubeck Trio
Dave Brubeck-piano, Paul Desmond-alto-sax, Fred Dutton-bass & bassoon, Herb Barman-drums
San Francisco, Aug 1951
(Vogue 8130) Southern Music

3 My Baby Just Cares For Me (Donaldson, Kahn)
The Herbie Steward Quartet
Herbie Steward-tenor-sax, Dick Hyman-piano, Mert Oliver-bass, Don Lamond-drums
New York, Feb 9, 1951
(Roost 1055) F. D. & H.

4 Carioca (Youmans, Kahn, Eliscu)
The Gerry Mulligan Quartet
Gerry Mulligan-baritone, Chet Baker-trumpet, Carson Smith-bass, Chico Hamilton-drums
San Francisco, Sep 2, 1952
(Black Hawk 9261) MCPS

5 Get Happy (Arlen, Koehler)
Buddy De Franco (clarinet) & His Quartet
Kenny Drew-piano, Jimmy Raney-guitar, Teddy Kotick-bass, Arthur Taylor-drums
Hollywood, Mar 3, 1952
(MGM 52-S-112) F.D. & H.

6 Swingin' Till The Girls Come Home (Pettiford)
The Oscar Pettiford Sextet
Oscar Pettiford-cello, Howard McGhee-trumpet, Joe Roland-vibes, Kenny Drew-piano, Tommy Potter-bass, Arthur Taylor-drums
New York, Apr 28, 1951
(Mercer 4025-2) MCPS

7 Heat Wave (Berlin)
The Barney Kessel Quartet
Barney Kessel-guitar, Jimmy Wyble-2nd guitar, Morty Corb-bass, Cholly Manne-drums
Los Angeles, Jul 23,1953
(Mercer, Clef 810-5) MCPS

8 Tabu (Lecuona)
The Johnny Smith Quintet
Johnny Smith-guitar, Stan Getz-tenor-sax, Sanford Gold-piano, Ed Safranski-bass, Don Lamond-drums
New York, Mar 11, 1952
(Roost 1107) MCPS

9 Rose Of the Rio Grande (Warren, Gorman, Leslie)
Milt Jackson's Modern Jazz Quartet
Milt Jackson-vibes, John Lewis-piano, Percy Heath-bass, Kenny Clarke-drums
New York, Dec 22, 1952
(Prest 406) MCPS

10 Love Walked In (Gershwin)
The Ralph Sharon Sextet
Ralph Sharon-piano, Tommy Whittle-tenor, Alan Grahame-vibes, Ike Isaacs-guitar, Joe Muddel-bass, Kenny Harris-drums
London, Nov 2, 1952
(Lyragon PL 936) Chappell

11 Maid In Mexico (Freeman)
The Chet Baker Quartet
Chet Baker-trumpet, Russ Freeman-piano, Bob Whitlock-bass, Bobby White-drums
Los Angeles, Apr 17, 1953
(Pacific Jazz PJ 227) MCPS

12 Mambo Los Feliz (Rogers)
Howard Rumsey's Lighthouse All-Stars
Rolf Ericson-t, Herb Geller-alto, Bob Cooper-tenor, Bud Shank-baritone, Claude Williamson-p, Howard Rumsey-bass, Jack Costanzo-bongos, Max Roach-d
Los Angeles, Oct 20, 1953
(Lighthouse Contemporary LK 369) MCPS

13 Just One Of Those Things (Porter)
The Duke Jordan Trio
Duke Jordan-piano, Gene Ramey-bass, Lee Abrahams-drums
Paris, Jan 28, 1954
(Vogue MS 305) Chappell

14 Yo Yo (Holman)
The Frank Rosolino Sextet
Frank Rosolino-trombone, Sam Noto-trumpet, Charlie Mariano-alto, Claude Williamson-piano, Curtis Counce-bass, Stan Levey-drums
Los Angeles, Mar 12, 1954
(Capitol 12476) F.D. & H.

15 Lullaby In Rhythm (Goodman, Sampson, Profit, Hirsch)
The Boots Mussulli Quartet
Boots Mussulli-alto, Ray Santisi-piano, John Carter-bass, Peter Littman-drums
Boston, Mass., Jun 14, 1954
(Capitol 20389) F. D. & H.

16 Come Out, Wherever You Are (Styne, Cahn)
The Gerry Mulligan Quartet
Gerry Mulligan-baritone, Bob Brookmeyer-trombone, Red Mitchell-bass, Frank Isola-drums
Recorded at a Salle Pleyel Concert, Paris, Jun 5, 1954
(Vogue 1218) MCPS

17 Stuffy (Hawkins)
The Bill Jennings-Leo Parker Quintet
Leo Parker-baritone, Bill Jennings-guitar, Andrew Johnson-piano, Joe Williams-bass, George De Hart-drums
Cincinnati, Jul 7, 1954
(Parlophone K 9461) Campbell-Connelly

18 I'll Take The South (Klages, Palmer)
George Williams & His Orchestra
Conte Candoli, Joe Ferrante, Bernie Glow, Ernie Royal, Charlie Shavers, Nick Travis-t, Jimmy Cleveland, Harry Divito, Phil Giacobbe, Tom Mitchell-tbs, Hal McKusick, Eddie Scalzi-altos, Al Cohn, Eddie Wasserman-tenors, Sol Schlinger-baritone, Hank Jones-piano, Barry Galbraith-guitar, Milt Hinton-bass, Joe Park-tuba, Jimmy Crawford-drums
Webster Hall, NYC, Apr 23, 1956
(RCA-Victor G2-JB-3901-4) Dash, C-Connelly

19 Nice Work If You Can Get It (G. & I. Gershwin)
The Earl Hines Trio
Earl Hines-piano, Guy Pederson-bass, Guy Wallez-drums
Paris, Nov 15, 1957
(Jazz Olympus BBE 12278) F.D. & H.

20 Ciribiribin (Pestalozza)
Svend Asmussen (violin) & His Dancing Strings
(other personnel unknown)
probably Stockholm, 1957
(Columbia CL 1175) MCPS

21 Get Me To The Church On Time (Loewe, Lerner)
The Billy Taylor Trio
Billy Taylor-piano, Earl May-bass, Ed Thigpen-drums,
With Don Elliott-vibes, bongo, mellophone & trumpet,
Gerry Mulligan-baritone, Antony Ortega-tenor & alto,
Ernie Royal-trumpet, Jimmy Cleveland-trombone,
Jay McAllister-tuba, Al Casamenti-guitar, Jimmy Buffington-French horn, Ensemble directed by Quincy Jones
New York, Jan 22, 1957
(ABC-Para-LP) Chappell

22 Swanee River (Foster, arr. Brubeck)
The Dave Brubeck Quartet
Dave Brubeck-piano, Paul Desmond-alto,
Gene Wright-bass, Joe Morello-drums
Los Angeles, Apr 22, 1959
(Columbia RHCO 46194) MCPS


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