Jazz in Paris: The 100's Most Beautiful Melodies

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CD 1: The Man I Love
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1(Générique) Ascenseur pour l'échafaud
double bass:
Pierre Michelot (from 1957-12-04 until 1957-12-05)
drums (drum set):
Kenny Clarke (from 1957-12-04 until 1957-12-05)
piano:
René Urtreger (from 1957-12-04 until 1957-12-05)
tenor saxophone:
Barney Wilen (from 1957-12-04 until 1957-12-05)
trumpet:
Miles Davis (jazz trumpeter, bandleader, songwriter) (from 1957-12-04 until 1957-12-05)
recording of:
Générique (Ascenseur pour l’échafaud) (from 1957-12-04 until 1957-12-05)
composer:
Miles Davis (jazz trumpeter, bandleader, songwriter)
Miles Davis Quartet2:49
2The Man I Love
producer:
Frank Ténot
bass clarinet:
Michel de Villers (in 1954)
bugle:
Roger Guérin (in 1954)
celesta and piano:
André Persiany (in 1954)
cor anglais:
Robert Casier (in 1954)
double bass:
Guy Pedersen (in 1954)
drums (drum set):
Jacques David
tenor saxophone:
Jean‐Claude Fohrenbach (in 1954)
trombone:
Bernard Zacharias (in 1954)
arranger:
Alvin "Buddy" Banks (jazz bassist)
instrumental recording of:
The Man I Love (in 1954)
lyricist:
Ira Gershwin (in 1924)
composer:
George Gershwin (composer) (in 1924)
publisher:
New World Company, Productions et Éditions Cinématographiques Françaises, Warner/Chappell Music Holland BV, WB Music Corp. (1929-2019) (until 2019-05-28) and WC Music Corp. (from 2019-05-28 to present)
part of:
An American in Paris (2015 Broadway musical)
part of:
Lady, Be Good (full musical)
Bernard Zacharias3:25
3The Continental
recorded in:
Paris, Île-de-France, France (in 1955)
double bass [bass]:
Herman Garst (in 1955)
drums (drum set):
Bernard Planchenault (in 1955)
piano:
Blossom Dearie (in 1955)
instrumental recording of:
The Continental (from the 1934 film "The Gay Divorcee") (in 1955)
lyricist:
Herb Magidson (in 1934)
composer:
Con Conrad (in 1934)
publisher:
Harms, Inc., Magidson Music, Inc., The Songwriters Guild and Warner Bros., Inc. (not for release label use!)
part of:
Academy Award for Best Original Song (number: 7)
Blossom Dearie Trio2:45
4They Can't Take That Away From MeHubert Fol Quartet3:38
5Stompin' at the SavoyHenri Salvador3:39
6Fine and Dandy
clarinet:
Hubert Fol (on 1953-01-30)
guitar:
Django Reinhardt (French jazz guitarist and composer) (on 1953-01-30)
piano:
Maurice Vander (jazz musician and conductor, not the lyricist) (on 1953-01-30)
trumpet:
Roger Guérin (on 1953-01-30)
recording of:
Fine and Dandy (on 1953-01-30)
Django Reinhardt3:12
7Cherokee
sound engineer:
Gérard Collard
co-producer:
Jean-Jacques Tilché (jazz guitarist and producer) and Jean Tronchot
alto saxophone:
Michel Portal (French composer, saxophonist and clarinetist) (on 1963-07-03)
baritone saxophone:
Armand Migiani (on 1963-07-03)
double bass:
Pierre Michelot (on 1963-07-03)
drums (drum set):
Christian Garros (on 1963-07-03)
flute:
Raymond Guiot (on 1963-07-03)
piano:
Maurice Vander (jazz musician and conductor, not the lyricist) (on 1963-07-03)
soprano saxophone:
Georges Grenu (on 1963-07-03)
tenor saxophone:
Pierre Gossez (on 1963-07-03)
trombone:
Raymond Katarzynsky (on 1963-07-03) and Charles Verstraete (trombonist & accordion player) (on 1963-07-03)
trumpet:
Fred Gérard (on 1963-07-03), Roger Guérin (on 1963-07-03) and Maurice Thomas (Trumpet player) (on 1963-07-03)
recorded at:
Studio Saussier (Philips D.M.S.) in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1963-07-03)
cover recording of:
Cherokee (on 1963-07-03)
lyricist and composer:
Ray Noble
publisher:
Peter Maurice Music Co., Redwood Music Ltd. (Carlin) and Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc.
Pierre Michelot3:18
8This Can't Be Love
Sonny Criss Quartet3:29
9The Nearness of You
baritone saxophone:
Michel de Villers (on 1957-06-24)
double bass:
Paul Rovère (on 1957-06-24)
drums (drum set):
Christian Garros (on 1957-06-24)
guitar:
Sacha Distel (on 1957-06-24)
piano:
Jack Diéval (on 1957-06-24)
tenor saxophone:
Guy Lafitte (on 1957-06-24)
recorded at:
Théâtre Pigalle in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1957-06-24)
Jack Diéval et le J.A.C.E All-Stars3:58
10Laura
Don Byas Quartet4:16
11Yesterdays
producer:
Frank Ténot
double bass:
Alvin "Buddy" Banks (jazz bassist) (on 1954-10-28)
guitar:
Jimmy Gourley (on 1954-10-28)
piano:
Bob Dorough (on 1954-10-28)
recorded at:
Studio Geneix in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1954-10-28)
instrumental recording of:
Yesterdays (on 1954-10-28)
lyricist:
Otto Harbach
composer:
Jerome Kern
publisher:
PolyGram Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Ltd. (UK subsidiary of Universal Music Publishing Group) and Universal PolyGram International Publishing, Inc. (existed only since ca. 1998)
part of:
Roberta
Buddy Banks Trio3:29
12My Heart Belongs to Daddy
Stéphane Grappelli Quintet5:26
13No Greater Love
Earl Hines Trio4:32
14ScoubidouAndy & the Bey Sisters2:44
15Who Is Me?
double bass:
Jean-Marie Ingrand (on 1964-01-14)
drums (drum set):
Baptiste "Mac Kac" Reilles (on 1964-01-14)
euphonium and trumpet:
Roger Guérin (on 1964-01-14)
piano:
Bernard Peiffer (on 1964-01-14)
tenor saxophone:
Bobby Jaspar (Belgian tenor saxophonist) (on 1964-01-14) and Bib Monville (French tenor saxophonist) (on 1964-01-14)
arranger:
Francy Boland
recorded at:
Studio Pathé-Magellan in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1964-01-14)
Bernard Peiffer2:18
16Begin the BeguineHenri Crolla3:09
17Blue Moon
Dizzy Gillespie & His Quartet4:25
18Carioca
Mary Lou Williams Trio2:38
19What Is This Thing Called Love?
recorded in:
Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1956-03-13)
double bass:
Bill Crow (on 1956-03-13)
drums (drum set):
Dave Bailey (on 1956-03-13)
guitar:
Terry Donahue (on 1956-03-13) and Terry Donoughue (on 1956-03-13)
piano:
Art Simmons (on 1956-03-13)
recording of:
What Is This Thing Called Love? (on 1956-03-13)
lyricist and composer:
Cole Porter (composer) (in 1929)
publisher:
Warner Bros., Inc. (not for release label use!) and Warner/Chappell
part of:
Wake Up and Dream (1929 revue)
instrumental recording of:
What Is This Thing Called Love? (on 1956-03-13)
lyricist and composer:
Cole Porter (composer) (in 1929)
publisher:
Warner Bros., Inc. (not for release label use!) and Warner/Chappell
part of:
Wake Up and Dream (1929 revue)
Art Simmons Quartet5:28
20Baby Won't You Please Come Home?
recorded in:
Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1956-04-09)
piano:
Sammy Price (jazz/blues/boogie pianist) (on 1956-04-09)
recording of:
Baby Won’t You Please Come Home (on 1956-04-09)
writer:
Charles Warfield and Clarence Williams (composer / pianist /bandleader)
publisher:
Redwood Music Ltd. (Carlin), Universal‐MCA Music Publishing (US) and Universal/MCA Music Ltd. (not for release label use!)
Sammy Price2:21
CD 2: Nuages
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1Swing 39
double bass:
Emmanuel Soudieux (on 1939-03-21)
guitar:
Pierre “Baro” Ferret (on 1939-03-21), Django Reinhardt (French jazz guitarist and composer) (on 1939-03-21) and Joseph Reinhardt (on 1939-03-21)
violin:
Stéphane Grappelli (jazz violinist) (on 1939-03-21)
recording of:
Swing 39 (on 1939-03-21)
composer:
Stéphane Grappelli (jazz violinist) and Django Reinhardt (French jazz guitarist and composer)
Quintette du Hot Club de France3:20
2Body and Soul
Stéphane Grappelli Quartet2:34
3Minor Swing
Les Amis de Django3:39
4Autumn Leaves
Stéphane Grappelli & The Oscar Peterson Quartet6:35
5Stella by StarlightAlain Goraguer Trio3:35
6Caravan
piano:
Bernard Peiffer (on 1952-03-12)
instrumental recording of:
Caravan (on 1952-03-12)
lyricist:
Irving Mills (in 1937)
composer:
Duke Ellington (US composer, pianist & jazz bandleader) (in 1937) and Juan Tizol (in 1937)
publisher:
American Academy of Music, Inc., Duke Ellington Music, EMI Mills Music Inc. (ASCAP-affiliated), Famous Music Corporation, Mills Music, Inc., Sony/ATV Harmony and