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Various - I Grandi Del Jazz

Various - I Grandi Del Jazz

Performer: Various
Album Title: I Grandi Del Jazz
Label: Nuova Accademia Disco ‎– V 5084, Nuova Accademia Disco ‎– V 5085, Nuova Accademia Disco ‎– DV 5083
Type: 2 x Vinyl, LP, Compilation Vinyl, 7", 33 ⅓ RPM, Compilation
Country: Italy
Date of released: 16 Jun 1962
Category: Jazz
Style: Ragtime, Dixieland, Swing, Bop
Rating: 5.0
Votes: 361
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A Giulio Confalonieri Presentazione
B Giulio Confalonieri Presentazione
Chicago, Dec. 16, 1926
C1 Jelly Roll Morton And His Red Hot Peppers* Original Jelly Roll Blues
Banjo – Johnny St. CyrBass – John LindsayClarinet – Omer SimeonDrums – Andrew HilairePiano – Jelly Roll MortonTrombone – Kid OryTrumpet – George Mitchell
3:07
C2 Jelly Roll Morton And His Red Hot Peppers* Doctor Jazz 3:25
Chicago, Jun. 10, 1927
C3 Jelly Roll Morton Trio Wolverine Blues
Clarinet – Johnny DoddsDrums – Baby DoddsPiano – Jelly Roll Morton
3:11
New York, Jun. 11, 1928
C4 Jelly Roll Morton's Red Hot Peppers Georgia Swing
Clarinet – Omer SimeonDrums – Tommy BenfordGuitar – Lee BlairPiano – Jelly Roll MortonTrombone – Geechy Fields*Trumpet – Ward PinkettTuba – Bill Benford
2:30
New York, Sep. 15, 1927
C5 Bix Beiderbecke And The Jean Goldkette Orchestra* Clementine
Alto Saxophone – Frankie TrumbauerBass – Steve Brown Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Don Murray Cornett – Bix BeiderbeckeDrums – Chauncey MorehouseGuitar – Eddie LangPiano – Itzy Riskin*Trombone – Bill Rank, Lloyd Turner Trumpet – Fuzzy Farrar*, Ray Ludwig*Violin – Joe Venuti
3:00
New York, Jan. 12, 1928
C6 Bix Beiderbecke And Members Of Paul Whiteman Orchestra, The* San
Alto Saxophone – Frankie TrumbauerBass Saxophone – Min LeibrookClarinet – Jimmy DorseyCornett – Bix BeiderbeckeDrums – Harold McDonaldGuitar – Carl KressPiano – Bill ChallisTrombone – Bill RankTrumpet – Charlie MargulisViolin – Matty Malneck
3:21
New York, Jan. 16, 1929
D1 King Oliver Orchestra* West End Blues
Alto Saxophone – Charlie HolmesDrums – Paul BarbarinGuitar – Will Johnson Piano – Luis RussellTenor Saxophone – Teddy HillTrombone – Jay C. Higginbotham*Trumpet – King Oliver, Louis MetcalfTuba – Bass Moore
3:39
Chicago, Jan. 27, 1933
D2 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Basin Street Blues
Alto Saxophone – George Oldham, Scoville BrownBanjo – Mike McKendrickDouble Bass – Bill OldhamDrums – Yank PorterPiano – Teddy WilsonTenor Saxophone – Bud Johnson*Trombone – Keg JohnsonTrumpet – Elmer Whitlock, Zilmer Randolph*Trumpet, Vocals – Louis Armstrong
3:25
Los Angeles, Sep. 6, 1946
D3 Louis Armstrong & His Hot Seven Blues For Yesterday
Clarinet – Barney BigardDouble Bass – Red CallenderDrums – Zutty SingletonGuitar – Allan ReussPiano – Leonard FeatherTrombone – Vic DickensonTrumpet, Vocals – Louis Armstrong
2:36
Hollywood, Oct. 17, 1946
D4 Louis Armstrong And His Dixieland Seven Mahogany Hall Stomp
Clarinet – Barney BigardDouble Bass – Red CallenderDrums – Minor HallGuitar – Bud ScottPiano – Charlie BealTrombone – Kid OryTrumpet – Louis Armstrong
2:43
New York, May 17, 1948
D5 Louis Armstrong And His All Stars* Rockin’ Chair
Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Peanuts HuckoDouble Bass – Bob HaggartDrums – Sidney CatlettPiano – Dick CaryTrombone, Vocals – Jack TeagardenTrumpet – Bobby HackettTrumpet, Vocals – Louis Armstrong
5:30
New York, Jul. 1, 1935
D6 Benny Goodman And His Orchestra King Porter’s Stomp
Alto Saxophone – Toots MondelloClarinet – Benny GoodmanDouble Bass – Harry GoodmanDrums – Gene KrupaGuitar – George Van EpsPiano – Frank FroebaTenor Saxophone – Art Rollini*, Dick Clark, Hymie SchertzerTrombone – Jack Lacey, Red BallardTrumpet – Bunny Berigan, Nat Kazebier*, Ralph Muzillo
3:06
Hollywood, Jul. 30, 1937
D7 Benny Goodman Quartet* Avalon
Clarinet – Benny GoodmanDrums – Gene KrupaPiano – Teddy WilsonVibraphone – Lionel Hampton
2:42
Chicago, Mar. 15, 1940
E1 Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra* Concerto For Cootie
Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Otto HardwickClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Bass Saxophone – Harry CarneyClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Barney BigardCornett – Rex StewartDouble Bass – Jimmy BlantonDrums – Sonny GreerGuitar – Fred GuyPiano – Duke EllingtonSoprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Johnny HodgesTenor Saxophone – Ben WebsterTrombone – Joe Nanton, Juan Tizol, Lawrence BrownTrumpet – Cootie Williams, Wallace Jones
3:17
New York, Jul. 24, 1940
E2 Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra* Sepia Panorama 3:24
N.Y., Dec. 11/12, 1944
E3 Duke Ellington And His Orchestra Black, Brown And Beige
Clarinet – Jimmy HamiltonClarinet, Baritone Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Harry Carney, Otto HardwickDouble Bass – Junior RaglinDrums – Sonny GreerGuitar – Fred GuyPiano – Duke EllingtonSoprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Johnny HodgesTenor Saxophone – Al SearsTrombone – Claude Jones, Joe Nanton, Lawrence BrownTrumpet – Cat Anderson, Shelton Hemphill, Taft JordanTrumpet, Violin – Ray NanceVocals – Joya Sherill*
14:00
E3a Duke Ellington And His Orchestra Work Song
E3b Duke Ellington And His Orchestra Come Sunday
E3c Duke Ellington And His Orchestra The Blues
E3d Duke Ellington And His Orchestra Three Dance
New York, Oct. 11, 1939
F1 Coleman Hawkins And His Orchestra Body And Soul
Alto Saxophone – Eustis Moore, Jackie FieldsDouble Bass – William Oscar SmithDrums – Arthur HerbertPiano – Gene RodgersTenor Saxophone – Coleman HawkinsTrombone – Earl HardyTrumpet – Joe Guy, Tommy Lindsay
3:27
New York, May 20, 1947
F2 Count Basie And His Instrumentalists* Basie’s Basement
Alto Saxophone – Charlie Price*Baritone Saxophone – Jack WashingtonDouble Bass – Walter PageDrums – Jo JonesGuitar – Freddie GreenPiano, Organ – Count BasieTenor Saxophone – Paul GonsalvesTrombone – George Matthews Trumpet – Emmett Berry
3:15
New York, Feb. 22, 1946
F3 Dizzy Gillespie And His Septet* Night In Tunisia
Double Bass – Ray BrownDrums – James C. Heard*Guitar – Bill De ArangoPiano – Al HaigTenor Saxophone – Don ByasTrumpet – Dizzy GillespieVibraphone – Milton Jackson*
3:01
New York, Aug. 22, 1947
F4 Dizzy Gillespie And His Orchestra OW! (Old Woman!)
Alto Saxophone – Howard Johnson , John Brown Baritone Saxophone – Cecil PayneDouble Bass – Al McKibbonDrums – Kenny ClarkePiano – John Lewis Tenor Saxophone – George Nicholas , James Moody, Joe GaylesTrombone – Ted Kelly, William ShepherdTrumpet – Dave Burns, Dizzy Gillespie, Elmon Wright, Mattew McKay*
2:53
New York, Jen. 3, 1949
F5 Charlie Parker And The Metronome All Stars* Overtime
Alto Saxophone – Charlie ParkerBaritone Saxophone – Ernie CaceresClarinet – Buddy De Franco*Double Bass – Eddie SafranskiDrums – Shelly ManneGuitar – Billy BauerPiano – Lennie TristanoTenor Saxophone – Charlie VenturaTrombone – Jay J. Johnson*, Kay Winding*Trumpet – Dizzy Gillespie, Fats Navarro, Miles Davis
4:34
F6 Charlie Parker And The Metronome All Stars* Victory Ball 4:16

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – RCA Italiana S.p.A.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
V 5084, V 5085, DV 5083 Various I Grandi Del Jazz ‎(2xLP, Comp + 7", Comp) RCA, RCA, Nuova Accademia Disco V 5084, V 5085, DV 5083 Italy 1962

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