Jazz in Paris: En ce temps-là

~ Release by Don Byas (see all versions of this release, 1 available)

Annotation

Recorded June 12, 1947 at the Technisonor studio (tracks 1-6) and March 26 (tracks 7-10) & April 10 (tracks 11-13), 1952 at the Pathé-Pelouze studio in Paris.
Reissue of the Blue Star 78rpm discs 39 (tracks 3-4), 41 (tracks 2, 5), 45 (tracks 1, 6), 241 (tracks 7-8), 267 (track 13), 270 (tracks 11-12) & 271 (tracks 9-10).

Annotation last modified on 2014-11-25 18:08 UTC.

Tracklist

CD 1
#TitleArtistRatingLength
1These Foolish Things
double bass:
Lucien Simoens (on 1947-06-12)
drums (drum set):
Armand Molinetti (on 1947-06-12)
guitar:
Jean-Jacques Tilché (jazz guitarist and producer) (on 1947-06-12)
piano:
Jack Diéval (on 1947-06-12)
tenor saxophone:
Don Byas (on 1947-06-12)
recorded at:
Studio Technisonor in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1947-06-12)
instrumental recording of:
These Foolish Things (Remind Me of You) (on 1947-06-12)
lyricist:
Eric Maschwitz (in 1935)
additional composer:
Harry Link (US vaudeville actor & songwriter)
composer:
Jack Strachey (in 1935)
publisher:
Boosey & Co. (music publisher founded in the 1760s, forebear of Boosey & Hawkes), Boosey & Hawkes Music Publishers, Ltd, Boosey & Hawkes, Inc. (USA, publisher; do NOT use as release label), Bourne Co. (not for release label use, this is a music publisher), Bourne, Inc., E.G. Music Inc. and Lafleur Music Ltd.
Don Byas and His Orchestra3:07
2Humoresque
double bass:
Lucien Simoens (on 1947-06-12)
drums (drum set):
Armand Molinetti (on 1947-06-12)
guitar:
Jean-Jacques Tilché (jazz guitarist and producer) (on 1947-06-12)
piano:
Jack Diéval (on 1947-06-12)
tenor saxophone:
Don Byas (on 1947-06-12)
recorded at:
Studio Technisonor in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1947-06-12)
Don Byas and His Orchestra2:56
3Stormy Weather
recorded in:
Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1947-06-12)
double bass:
Lucien Simoens (on 1947-06-12)
drums (drum set):
Armand Molinetti (on 1947-06-12)
guitar:
Jean-Jacques Tilché (jazz guitarist and producer) (on 1947-06-12)
piano:
Jack Diéval (on 1947-06-12)
tenor saxophone:
Don Byas (on 1947-06-12)
recorded at:
Studio Technisonor in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1947-06-12)
instrumental recording of:
Stormy Weather (on 1947-06-12)
lyricist:
Ted Koehler (in 1933)
composer:
Harold Arlen (in 1933)
publisher:
Arko Music Corp., EMI Music Publishing (do not use as a release label!), Fred Ahlert Mus. Corp., Mills Music, Inc., S.A. Music Co., Ted Koehler Music Co. and The Songwriters Guild
Don Byas and His Orchestra3:14
4Riffin' and Jivin'
double bass:
Lucien Simoens (on 1947-06-12)
drums (drum set):
Armand Molinetti (on 1947-06-12)
guitar:
Jean-Jacques Tilché (jazz guitarist and producer) (on 1947-06-12)
piano:
Jack Diéval (on 1947-06-12)
tenor saxophone:
Don Byas (on 1947-06-12)
recorded at:
Studio Technisonor in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1947-06-12)
recording of:
Riffin’ and Jivin’ (on 1947-06-12)
composer:
Don Byas
Don Byas and His Orchestra2:51
5I Can't Explain
double bass:
Lucien Simoens (on 1947-06-12)
drums (drum set):
Armand Molinetti (on 1947-06-12)
guitar:
Jean-Jacques Tilché (jazz guitarist and producer) (on 1947-06-12)
piano:
Jack Diéval (on 1947-06-12)
tenor saxophone:
Don Byas (on 1947-06-12)
recorded at:
Studio Technisonor in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1947-06-12)
Don Byas and His Orchestra2:30
6Blues for Panassié
double bass:
Lucien Simoens (on 1947-06-12)
drums (drum set):
Armand Molinetti (on 1947-06-12)
guitar:
Jean-Jacques Tilché (jazz guitarist and producer) (on 1947-06-12)
piano:
Jack Diéval (on 1947-06-12)
tenor saxophone:
Don Byas (on 1947-06-12)
recorded at:
Studio Technisonor in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1947-06-12)
Don Byas and His Orchestra2:58
7En ce temps-là
double bass:
Joe Benjamin (US jazz bassist) (on 1952-03-26)
drums (drum set):
Bill Clark (Drummer) (on 1952-03-26)
piano:
Art Simmons (on 1952-03-26)
tenor saxophone:
Don Byas (on 1952-03-26)
instrumental recording of:
En ce temps-là (on 1952-03-26)
lyricist and composer:
Charles Trenet (in 1952)
Don Byas and His Rhythm2:34
8Là-bas
double bass:
Joe Benjamin (US jazz bassist) (on 1952-03-26)
drums (drum set):
Bill Clark (Drummer) (on 1952-03-26)
piano:
Art Simmons (on 1952-03-26)
tenor saxophone:
Don Byas (on 1952-03-26)
instrumental recording of:
Là-bas (on 1952-03-26)
writer:
Eddie Barclay
Don Byas and His Rhythm2:47
9This Is Always
double bass:
Joe Benjamin (US jazz bassist) (on 1952-03-26)
drums (drum set):
Bill Clark (Drummer) (on 1952-03-26)
piano:
Art Simmons (on 1952-03-26)
tenor saxophone:
Don Byas (on 1952-03-26)
instrumental recording of:
This Is Always (on 1952-03-26)
lyricist:
Mack Gordon
composer:
Harry Warren (US composer and lyricist)
publisher:
WB Music Corp. (1929-2019)
Don Byas and His Rhythm2:55
10Cottage for Sale
double bass:
Joe Benjamin (US jazz bassist) (on 1952-03-26)
drums (drum set):
Bill Clark (Drummer) (on 1952-03-26)
piano:
Art Simmons (on 1952-03-26)
tenor saxophone:
Don Byas (on 1952-03-26)
recording of:
A Cottage for Sale (on 1952-03-26)
lyricist:
Larry Conley (jazz bandleader/songwriter/trombonist)
composer:
Willard Robison
publisher:
Chappell & Co.
Don Byas and His Rhythm2:51
11You Can Depend on Me
double bass:
Joe Benjamin (US jazz bassist) (on 1952-04-10)
drums (drum set):
Bill Clark (Drummer) (on 1952-04-10)
piano:
Art Simmons (on 1952-04-10)
tenor saxophone:
Don Byas (on 1952-04-10)
instrumental recording of:
You Can Depend on Me (on 1952-04-10)
composer:
Charles Carpenter, Louis Dunlap and Earl Hines (jazz pianist and bandleader)
publisher:
APRS (American Performing Rights Society, Inc.(BMI))
Don Byas and His Rhythm2:30
12That Old Feeling
double bass:
Joe Benjamin (US jazz bassist) (on 1952-04-10)
drums (drum set):
Bill Clark (Drummer) (on 1952-04-10)
piano:
Art Simmons (on 1952-04-10)
tenor saxophone:
Don Byas (on 1952-04-10)
instrumental recording of:
That Old Feeling (on 1952-04-10)
lyricist:
Lew Brown
composer:
Sammy Fain
publisher:
Leo Feist, Inc. and Warner Bros. Music Corp.
Don Byas and His Rhythm2:30
13Don't Blame Me
double bass:
Joe Benjamin (US jazz bassist) (on 1952-04-10)
drums (drum set):
Bill Clark (Drummer) (on 1952-04-10)
piano:
Art Simmons (on 1952-04-10)
tenor saxophone:
Don Byas (on 1952-04-10)
instrumental recording of:
Don’t Blame Me (on 1952-04-10)
lyricist:
Dorothy Fields (US Tin Pan Alley librettist and lyricist)
composer:
Jimmy McHugh (songwriter)
publisher:
EMI Robbins Catalog Inc. (ASCAP) and Ireneadele Publishing
Don Byas and His Rhythm3:41

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part of:Jazz in Paris (number: 78) (order: 67)