“I´ve Found A New Baby” is recorded in New York, September 15, 1932.
This style of music, with its interweaving counterpoint lines, was already old-fashioned by the time of this 1932 session, but Bechet and company were not ready to become museum pieces. [source]
Sidney Bechet (soprano sax), Tommy Ladnier (trumpet), Teddy Nixon (trombone), Henry “Hank” Duncan (piano), Wilson Myers (bass), Morris Morland (drums).
(What Did I Do To Be So) Black And Blue is the second last track on the album Satch Plays Fats: A Tribute To Immortal Fats Waller By Louis Armstrong And His All-Stars, released in 1955 on Columbia.
Arvell Shaw – String Bass
Barney Bigard – Clarinet
Barrett Deems – Drums
Billy Kyle – Piano
Trummy Young – Trombone
Louis Armstrong – Trumpet, Vocals
Misty is recorded August 7th 1974 at Aoi Studio, Tokyo, and released at Three Blind Mice in 1988.
Tracks: Misty / Blues / Yesterdays / Honey Suckle Rose / Smoke Gets In Your Eyes / I Didn’t Know What Time It Was / Angels Eyes
Isoo Fukui – Bass
Tetsujiro Obara – Drums
Tsuyoshi Yamamoto – Piano
Music is My Sanctuary is the first track on the C-side of Gary Bartz´double album I´ve Known Rivers And Other Bodies, released on Prestige Records in 1973.
The line up on I´ve Known Rivers And Other Bodies:
Stafford James – Acoustic and Electric Bass
Hubert Eaves – Acoustic and Electric Piano
Gary Bartz – Alto and Soprano Saxophone, Vocals
Howard King – Drums
Conversation (written by Sonelius Smith) is the B-side on the album Conversation by Reggie Workman First , recorded at Sound Ideas Studios, New York City. N.Y. December 19, 1977, and released on Denon in 1979.
Reggie Workman has long been one of the most technically gifted of all bassists, a brilliant player whose versatile style fits into both hard bop and very avant-garde settings. He played piano, tuba, and euphonium early on but settled on bass in the mid-’50s. [source]
Reggie Workman – bass
Cecil Bridgewater – trumpet
Slide Hampton – trombone
George Adams – tenor saxaphone
Albert Dailey – piano
Michael Carvin – drums
Lawrence Killian – percussion
- Basra is the debut album by American drummer Pete La Roca, recorded in 1965 and released on the Blue Note label. [source]
- All compositions by Pete La Roca except as indicated
- “Malaguena” (Ernesto Lecuona) – 9:01
- “Candu” – 6:45
- “Tears Come from Heaven” – 5:00
- “Basra” – 9:58
- “Lazy Afternoon” (John La Touche, Jerome Moross) – 5:31
- “Eiderdown” (Steve Swallow) – 4:28
Pete La Roca – drums
Joe Henderson – tenor saxophone
Steve Kuhn – piano
Steve Swallow – bass