Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Rating Length
1 One Hour (If I Could Be With You One Hour Tonight)
3:29
2 Hello, Lola
3:18
3 Miss Hannah
3:02
4 Wherever There's a Will, Baby
2:58
5 Sugar Foot Stomp, Take 1
3:06
6 Sugar Foot Stomp, Take 2
3:06
7 Hocus Pocus
3:17
8 When Lights Are Low, Take 1
2:14
9 When Lights Are Low, Take 2
2:07
10 One Sweet Letter From You
3:19
11 Dinah, Take 1
2:44
12 Dinah, Take 2
2:38
13 Meet Doctor Foo
2:35
14 Fine Dinner
2:35
15 She's Funny That Way
3:16
16 Body and Soul
3:02
17 When Day Is Done
3:17
18 The Sheik of Araby
2:59
19 My Blue Heaven
2:48
20 Bouncing With Bean
3:05
21 Bugle Call Rag
3:12
22 One O'Clock Jump
3:23
CD 2
# Title Rating Length
1 Say It Isn't So
2:55
2 Spotlite
3:08
3 Indiana Winter
2:29
4 Indian Summer
3:08
5 How Did She Look?
3:01
6 April in Paris
3:08
7 How Strange
3:04
8 Half Step Down, Please
3:04
9 Angel Face
3:14
10 There Will Never Be Another You
2:59
11 The Bean Stalks Again
3:26
12 Body and Soul
4:53
13 I Love Paris
3:32
14 Under Paris Skies
2:47
15 I've Got the World on a String
5:38
16 Sweet Lorraine
5:36
17 Watermelon Man
5:03
18 All the Things You Are
9:33

Credits

CD 1

clarinet:
Danny Polo (1940-01-03) (tracks 17–20)
drums (drum set):
Arthur Herbert (Jazz drummer) (1939-10-11) (tracks 13–16)
Walter Johnson (drums) (1940-01-03) (tracks 17–20)
trumpet:
Joe Guy (1939-10-11) (tracks 13–16)
Tommy Lindsay (1939-10-11) (tracks 13–16)
Benny Carter (1940-01-03) (tracks 17–20)
guitar:
Lawrence Lucie (1940-01-03) (tracks 17–20)
double bass:
William Oscar Smith (1939-10-11) (tracks 13–16)
Johnny Williams (jazz bassist) (1940-01-03) (tracks 17–20)
alto saxophone:
Jackie Fields (1939-10-11) (tracks 13–16)
Eustis Moore (1939-10-11) (tracks 13–16)
piano:
Gene Rodgers (1939-10-11) (tracks 13–16)
Gene Rodgers (1940-01-03) (tracks 17–20)
tenor saxophone:
Coleman Hawkins (1939-10-11) (tracks 13–16)
Coleman Hawkins (1940-01-03) (tracks 17–20)
trombone:
Earl Hardy (1939-10-11) (tracks 13–16)
J.C. Higginbotham (1940-01-03) (tracks 17–20)
composer:
Coleman Hawkins (tracks 13–14, 20)
Ted Snyder (1921) (track 18)
Walter Donaldson (1924) (track 19)
James P. Johnson (1926) (track 1)
Robert Katscher (1926) (track 17)
Neil Moret (1928) (track 15)
Johnny Green (composer and conductor, often credited as John Green) (1930) (track 16)
lyricist:
Harry B. Smith (1921) (track 18)
Francis Wheeler (1921) (track 18)
George A. Whiting (popular songwriter) (1924) (track 19)
Henry Creamer (1926) (track 1)
Buddy DeSylva (1926) (track 17)
Richard A. Whiting (1928) (track 15)
Frank Eyton (1930) (track 16)
Edward Heyman (1930) (track 16)
Robert Sour (1930) (track 16)
vocals:
Thelma Carpenter (50s/60s vocal artist) (1939-10-11) (tracks 13–16)
publisher:
Chappell & Co Ltd. (track 16)
Druropetal Music (track 16)
Quartet Music Inc. (track 16)
Redwood Music Ltd. (Carlin) (track 17)
Salabert (track 18)
WB Music Corp. (ASCAP) (track 16)
ヤマハミュージックエンタテインメントホールディングス (holding company - do not use as release label) (track 16)
recorded at:
RCA Studios (New York, later noted as RCA Recording Studios) in New York, New York, United States (1939-10-11) (tracks 13–16)
RCA Studios (New York, later noted as RCA Recording Studios) in New York, New York, United States (1940-01-03) (tracks 17–20)
instrumental recording of:
Body and Soul (1939-10-11) (track 16)
She’s Funny That Way (1939-10-11) (track 15)
My Blue Heaven (1940-01-03) (track 19)
The Sheik of Araby (1940-01-03) (track 18)
When Day Is Done (1940-01-03) (track 17)
is based on:
later translated versions:
Cuerpo y Alma (track 16)
Hut und Haar (track 16)
recording of:
Fine Dinner (instrumental) (track 14)
Meet Doctor Foo (1939-10-11) (track 13)
Bouncing With Bean (1940-01-03) (track 20)
referred to in medleys:
Let's Have Another Party (Winifred Atwell medley) (track 18)

CD 2

clarinet:
Sid Jekowsky (1956-01-20) (track 12)
violin:
Paul Gershman (1956-01-20) (track 12)
Dave Newman (1956-01-20) (track 12)
Gene Orloff (1956-01-20) (track 12)
Tosha Samaroff (1956-01-20) (track 12)
cello:
Alan Shulman (cellist and composer) (1956-01-17) (track 10)
Bernard Greenhouse (1956-01-20) (track 12)
George Ricci (1956-01-20) (track 12)
drums (drum set):
Osie Johnson (tracks 13–14)
Max Roach (20th century US jazz drummer & composer) (1947-12-11) (tracks 6–9)
Osie Johnson (1956-01-17) (track 10)
Osie Johnson (1956-01-20) (track 12)
reeds:
Ray Beckenstein (saxophonist and flute player) (tracks 13–14)
Romeo Penque (tracks 13–14)
Al Young (US songwriter & arranger) (tracks 13–14)
Al Cohn (1956-01-18) (track 11)
Sam Marowitz (saxophonist and clarinetist) (1956-01-18) (track 11)
Hal McKusick (1956-01-18) (track 11)
Sol Schlinger (jazz musician) (1956-01-18) (track 11)
Zoot Sims (US jazz saxophonist) (1956-01-18) (track 11)
oboe:
Phil Bodner (Woodwind player) (1956-01-17) (track 10)
Phil Bodner (Woodwind player) (1956-01-20) (track 12)
trumpet:
Charlie Shavers (tracks 1–2)
Nick Travis (tracks 13–14)
Fats Navarro (1947-12-11) (tracks 6–9)
Jimmy Nottingham (1956-01-17) (track 10)
Bernie Glow (1956-01-18) (track 11)
Lou Oles (American jazz trumpeter) (1956-01-18) (track 11)
Ernie Royal (1956-01-18) (track 11)
Charlie Shavers (1956-01-18) (track 11)
Nick Travis (1956-01-18) (track 11)
viola:
Isadore Zir (aka Isadore Zit viola player) (1956-01-17) (track 10)
Bert Fisch (1956-01-20) (track 12)
violin family:
Paul Gershman (1956-01-17) (track 10)
Leo Kruczek (1956-01-17) (track 10)
Harry Lookofsky (1956-01-17) (track 10)
Gene Orloff (1956-01-17) (track 10)
Tosha Samaroff (1956-01-17) (track 10)
membranophone:
Shelly Manne (tracks 1–2)
flute:
Julius Baker (flautist) (1956-01-17) (track 10)
Sid Jekowsky (1956-01-17) (track 10)
Julius Baker (flautist) (1956-01-20) (track 12)
guitar:
Barry Galbraith (tracks 13–14)
Mary Osborne (Jazz guitarist) (tracks 1–2)
Chuck Wayne (1947-12-11) (tracks 6–9)
Barry Galbraith (1956-01-17) (track 10)
vibraphone:
Marty Wilson (1956-01-17) (track 10)
Marty Wilson (1956-01-18) (track 11)
Marty Wilson (1956-01-20) (track 12)
double bass:
Arnold Fishkind (tracks 13–14)
Al McKibbon (tracks 1–2)
Jack Lesberg (1947-12-11) (tracks 6–9)
Milt Hinton (1956-01-17) (track 10)
Jack Lesberg (1956-01-20) (track 12)
alto saxophone:
Pete Brown (Swing altoist active 40s-60s) (tracks 1–2)
Budd Johnson (1947-12-11) (tracks 6–9)
piano:
Hank Jones (tracks 13–14)
Jimmy Jones (jazz pianist, active years 1936-1975) (tracks 1–2)
Hank Jones (1947-12-11) (tracks 6–9)
Hank Jones (1956-01-17) (track 10)
Hank Jones (1956-01-20) (track 12)
baritone saxophone:
Marion DeVeta (1947-12-11) (tracks 6–9)
tenor saxophone:
Allen Eager (tracks 1–2)
Coleman Hawkins (tracks 1–2, 13–14)
Coleman Hawkins (1947-12-11) (tracks 6–9)
Coleman Hawkins (1956-01-17) (track 10)
Coleman Hawkins (1956-01-18) (track 11)
Coleman Hawkins (1956-01-20) (track 12)
trombone:
Chauncey Welsch (tracks 13–14)
J.J. Johnson (Jazz/bop trombonist/session leader) (1947-12-11) (tracks 6–9)
Urbie Green (1956-01-17) (track 10)
Tom Mitchell (US jazz trombonist) (1956-01-17) (track 10)
Fred Ohms (American jazz trombonist) (1956-01-17) (track 10)
Jack Satterfield (1956-01-17) (track 10)
Urbie Green (1956-01-18) (track 11)
Fred Ohms (American jazz trombonist) (1956-01-18) (track 11)
Jack Satterfield (1956-01-18) (track 11)
Chauncey Welsch (1956-01-18) (track 11)
French horn:
James Buffington (American jazz, studio, and classical hornist) (1956-01-20) (track 12)
composer:
Tadd Dameron (track 8)
Hubert Giraud (track 14)
Hank Jones (track 9)
Harry Warren (US composer and lyricist) (track 10)
Johnny Green (composer and conductor, often credited as John Green) (1930) (track 12)
Vernon Duke (1932) (track 6)
Cole Porter (composer) (1953) (track 13)
lyricist:
Jean Dréjac (track 14)
Mack Gordon (track 10)
Frank Eyton (1930) (track 12)
Edward Heyman (1930) (track 12)
Robert Sour (1930) (track 12)
Yip Harburg (1932) (track 6)
Cole Porter (composer) (1953) (track 13)
translator:
Kim Gannon (track 14)
publisher:
Chappell & Co Ltd. (track 12)
Chappell (company that specialized in library and production music) (track 13)
Druropetal Music (track 12)
Morley Music Corp. (track 10)
Quartet Music Inc. (track 12)
WB Music Corp. (ASCAP) (track 12)
Warner/Chappell North America Limited (formerly incorporated as Marmalade Music Ltd., from 1968/09/19–1999/11/09) (track 13)
ヤマハミュージックエンタテインメントホールディングス (holding company - do not use as release label) (track 12)
recorded at:
RCA Studios (New York, later noted as RCA Recording Studios) in New York, New York, United States (1947-12-11) (tracks 6–9)
RCA Studios (New York, later noted as RCA Recording Studios) in New York, New York, United States (1956-01-17) (track 10)
RCA Studios (New York, later noted as RCA Recording Studios) in New York, New York, United States (1956-01-18) (track 11)
RCA Studios (New York, later noted as RCA Recording Studios) in New York, New York, United States (1956-01-20) (track 12)
instrumental recording of:
I Love Paris (Can-Can [Pistache, Company]) (track 13)
Under Paris Skies (English version of “Sous le ciel de Paris”) (track 14)
April in Paris (1947-12-11) (track 6)
There Will Never Be Another You (1956-01-17) (track 10)
Body and Soul (1956-01-20) (track 12)
is the basis for:
J'aime Paris (track 13)
later parody versions:
later translated versions:
Cuerpo y Alma (track 12)
Hut und Haar (track 12)
I Love Paris (French version) (track 13)
part of:
Can‐Can (track 13)
Can‐Can (1960 musical film) (track 13)
High Society (stage musical) (track 13)
recording of:
Angel Face (1947-12-11) (track 9)
Half Step Down Please (1947-12-11) (track 8)
translated version of:
Sous le ciel de Paris (original French version) (track 14)