Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Trinke Tinkle, Vol.1: Move

In memory of Sam Woodyard.

This is the first jazz compilation, especially made for my friends and the readers of this blog. You can download it here and see the details, line-ups and credits below.

"I've talked to a lot of people who came into jazz with the 52nd Street thing, and for them it has always been very democratic and the kind of music and social setting that really brought to the consciousness of a lot of people the contributions of the people who were from different backgrounds. Because it's kind of stupid to go to a club and see Zoot Sims playing with Sid Catlett and say that he plays okay for a white guy. That's ridiculous. It became apparent that there were guys who were just tremendous players on whatever instrument, and it wasn't just that the stamp of approval was put on them by Dizzy Gillespie or whoever. They were there because they could play. And they could do the job perhaps better than anybody else around for that particular occasion. I mean Al Haig and Zoot and Stan Getz and a whole bunch of other guys that were—Shelly Manne was in the Coast Guard, and he would come in, and Sid [Catlett] would say, "Hey man, come on play." Well, they didn't invite a whole lot of servicemen up to play. You better believe that. And for this guy to come around and be asked to play was, you know, he could play. And there were many other guys like that." Dr. Billy Taylor

Trinkle Tinkle, Vol.1: Move

01. Art Pepper With Marty Paich Orchestra
Los Angeles, CA, May 12, 1959
Al Porcino, Jack Sheldon (tp) Dick Nash (tb) Bob Enevoldsen (vtb, ts) Vince DeRosa (frh) Charlie Kennedy(as) Art Pepper (as, ts, cl) Richie Kamuca (ts) Med Flory (bars) Russ Freeman (p) Joe Mondragon (b) Mel Lewis (d) Marty Paich (arr, cond)
  • Move
album: Art Pepper + Eleven - Modern Jazz Classics (Contemporary M 3568, S 7568; Fantasy OJC 341, OJCCD

02. Gene Ammons-Sonny Stitt Quintet
Chicago, IL, August 27, 1961
Sonny Stitt (as,ts),Gene Ammons (ts),John Houston (p),Charles Williams (b),George Brown (d)
  • There Is No Greater Love
album: Boss Tenors (Straight Ahead From Chicago 1961) (Verve V/V6 8426)

03. Bud Powell
New Jersey, Dec 28, 1958
Bud Powell (p), Paul Chambers (b), Art Taylor (d)
  • Cleopatra's Dream
album: The Scene Changes (The Amazing Bud Powell,Vol. 5)

04. Al Cohn Quintet
New York, Dec 4, 1956
Al Cohn (ts), Bob Brookmeyer (tr), Mose Allison (p), Ted Kotick (b), Nick Stabulas (d)
  • I Should Care
album: Al Cohn Quintet Featuring Bob Brookmeyer (Coral 57118)

05. Art Blakey And The Jazz Messengers
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, February 18, 1961
Lee Morgan (tp), Wayne Shorter (ts), Bobby Timmons (p), Jymie Merritt (b) Art Blakey (d)
  • Mastermind
album:Art Blakey And The Jazz Messengers - Roots And Herbs (Blue Note BST 84347)

06. Jimmy Rushing
New York, October 1971
Ray Nance (cornet), Budd Johnson (ss), Zoot Sims (ts), Dave Frishberg (p), Milt Hinton (b), Mel Lewis (d)
  • Home
album: The You & Me That Used To Be (Bluebird/RCA 6460-2-RB11)

07. Billy Taylor
Billy Taylor (p), Ben Tucker (b), Grady Tate (d)
  • Morning
album: Wish I Knew How It Would Feel to be Free (Tower ST-5111)

08. Barney Wilen
Paris, Apr 1959-Feb 13, 1958
Barney Wilen (ts), Kenny Dorham (t), Duke Jordan (p), Paul Rovere (b), Kenny Clarke (d)
  • Un Témoin Dans La Ville
album: Un Témoin Dans La Ville (Fontana 832 658)

09. Zoot Sims/Jimmy Rowles
New York, October 27th and 28th, 1977
Zoot Sims (ts), Jimmy Rowles (p), George Mraz (b), Mousey Alexander (d)
  • If I’m Lucky
album: If I'm Lucky (Pablo Records 2310-803)

10. Vic Dickenson
New York, Mar 21, 1976
Vic Dickenson (tr), Joe Newman (t), Frank Wess (ts), Ray Tunia (p), Milt Hinton (b), Jackie Williams (d)
  • Do Your Duty
album: Plays Bessie Smith: "Trombone Cholly" (Gazell 1011)

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