Jazz in Paris: Place de Brouckère

~ Release by Django Reinhardt (see all versions of this release, 1 available)

Annotation

Recorded April 16 (tracks 1-8) and May 8 (tracks 9-16), 1942 in Brussels.
Reissue of the Rythme 78rpm discs 5016 (tracks 1-2), 5017 (tracks 3-4), 5030 (tracks 5-6), 5018 (tracks 7-8), 5026 (tracks 9, 16), 5500 (tracks 10-11), 5024 (tracks 12, 15) & 5025 (tracks 13-14).

Annotation last modified on 2014-11-24 18:33 UTC.

Tracklist

CD 1
#TitleArtistRatingLength
1Vous et moi
recording of:
Vous et Moi
lyricist:
Etienne Lefebvre
writer:
Robert Bosmans (Belgian 1940s pianist & band leader, aka Robert Swing)
Django Reinhardt & Ivon de Bie3:12
2Distraction
guitar and piano:
Django Reinhardt (French jazz guitarist and composer) (on 1942-04-16)
piano:
Ivon de Bie (Belgian jazz pianist) (on 1942-04-16)
recording of:
Distraction (on 1942-04-16)
composer:
Ivon de Bie (Belgian jazz pianist)
Django Reinhardt & Ivon de Bie2:59
3Blues en mineur
guitar and violin:
Django Reinhardt (French jazz guitarist and composer) (on 1942-04-16)
recording of:
Blues en Mineur (on 1942-04-16)
composer:
Django Reinhardt (French jazz guitarist and composer)
Django Reinhardt & Ivon de Bie2:52
4Studio 24
Django Reinhardt & Ivon de Bie3:03
5Place de Brouckère
Orchester Fud Candrix2:53
6Seul ce soir
Orchester Fud Candrix2:55
7Mixture
Orchester Fud Candrix2:39
8Bei dir war es immer so schön
recording of:
Bei dir war es immer so schön
lyricist:
Hans Fritz Beckmann (german lyricist)
composer:
Theo Mackeben
Orchester Fud Candrix3:08
9Divine Beguine (Begin The Beguine)
alto saxophone and clarinet:
Louis Billen (Belgian 1930/40s alto saxophonist) (on 1942-05-08) and Jo Magis (Belgian 1930-50s saxophonist) (on 1942-05-08)
baritone saxophone, clarinet and tenor saxophone:
Arthur Saguet (Belgian 1940s saxophonist) (on 1942-05-08)
double bass:
Arthur Peters (double bassist) (on 1942-05-08)
guitar:
Jim Van Der Jeught (Belgian 1940s jazz guitarist & vocalist) (on 1942-05-08)
membranophone:
Jos Aerts (Belgian jazz drummer) (on 1942-05-08)
piano:
John Ouwerx (Belgian jazz pianist & conductor) (on 1942-05-08)
solo guitar:
Django Reinhardt (French jazz guitarist and composer) (on 1942-05-08)
tenor saxophone:
Jeff Van Heerswingels (Belgian 1940s jazz sax & clarinet player) (on 1942-05-08)
tenor saxophone and violin:
Jack Demany (Belgian 1930/40s jazz saxophonist & violinist) (on 1942-05-08)
trombone:
Jean Damm (Belgian 1940s jazz trombonist) (on 1942-05-08) and Sus Van Camp (Belgian 1940s jazz trombonist) (on 1942-05-08)
trumpet:
Raymond Chantrain (Belgian 1940s jazz trumpeter) (on 1942-05-08), George Clais (Belgian 1930-50s jazz trumpeter) (on 1942-05-08) and Paul d’Hondt (on 1942-05-08)
violin:
Émile Deltour (Belgian violinist & conductor) (on 1942-05-08), Chas Dolne (Belgian jazz violinist & guitarist) (on 1942-05-08), Jean Douillez (Belgian 1940s jazz violinist, trombonist & bassist) (on 1942-05-08) and Walter Féron (Belgian 1940s jazz violinist) (on 1942-05-08)
vocals:
Émile Deltour (Belgian violinist & conductor) (on 1942-05-08), Jack Demany (Belgian 1930/40s jazz saxophonist & violinist) (on 1942-05-08), Chas Dolne (Belgian jazz violinist & guitarist) (on 1942-05-08), Jean Douillez (Belgian 1940s jazz violinist, trombonist & bassist) (on 1942-05-08) and Walter Féron (Belgian 1940s jazz violinist) (on 1942-05-08)
recording of:
Begin the Beguine (on 1942-05-08)
lyricist and composer:
Cole Porter (composer) (in 1935)
publisher:
Chappell Music Ltd., Warner Bros., Inc. (not for release label use!), Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996), Warner Chappell Music, Inc., 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) and ワーナー・チャペル音楽出版 Synch事業部
part of:
Jubilee
Stan Brenders et son grand orchestre2:57
10Nuages
recording of:
Nuages (instrumental)
composer:
Django Reinhardt (French jazz guitarist and composer)
Stan Brenders et son grand orchestre4:10
11Djangology
recording of:
Djangology (on 1942-05-08)
composer:
Stéphane Grappelli (jazz violinist) and Django Reinhardt (French jazz guitarist and composer)
Stan Brenders et son grand orchestre3:06
12Éclats de cuivres
guitar:
Django Reinhardt (French jazz guitarist and composer) (on 1942-05-08)
recording of:
Eclats de Cuivres (on 1942-05-08)
Stan Brenders et son grand orchestre3:04
13Django rag
alto saxophone and clarinet:
Louis Billen (Belgian 1930/40s alto saxophonist) (on 1942-05-08)
baritone saxophone, clarinet and tenor saxophone:
Arthur Saguet (Belgian 1940s saxophonist) (on 1942-05-08)
clarinet:
Jo Magis (Belgian 1930-50s saxophonist) (on 1942-05-08)
double bass:
Arthur Peters (double bassist) (on 1942-05-08)
guitar:
Jim Van Der Jeught (Belgian 1940s jazz guitarist & vocalist) (on 1942-05-08)
membranophone:
Jos Aerts (Belgian jazz drummer) (on 1942-05-08)
piano:
John Ouwerx (Belgian jazz pianist & conductor) (on 1942-05-08)
solo guitar:
Django Reinhardt (French jazz guitarist and composer) (on 1942-05-08)
tenor saxophone:
Jeff Van Heerswingels (Belgian 1940s jazz sax & clarinet player) (on 1942-05-08)
tenor saxophone and violin:
Jack Demany (Belgian 1930/40s jazz saxophonist & violinist) (on 1942-05-08)
trombone:
Jean Damm (Belgian 1940s jazz trombonist) (on 1942-05-08) and Sus Van Camp (Belgian 1940s jazz trombonist) (on 1942-05-08)
trumpet:
Raymond Chantrain (Belgian 1940s jazz trumpeter) (on 1942-05-08), George Clais (Belgian 1930-50s jazz trumpeter) (on 1942-05-08) and Paul d’Hondt (on 1942-05-08)
vocals:
Émile Deltour (Belgian violinist & conductor) (on 1942-05-08), Jack Demany (Belgian 1930/40s jazz saxophonist & violinist) (on 1942-05-08), Chas Dolne (Belgian jazz violinist & guitarist) (on 1942-05-08), Jean Douillez (Belgian 1940s jazz violinist, trombonist & bassist) (on 1942-05-08) and Walter Féron (Belgian 1940s jazz violinist) (on 1942-05-08)
recording of:
Django Rag (on 1942-05-08)
composer:
Stan Brenders (Belgian jazz band leader, pianist and conductor) and Django Reinhardt (French jazz guitarist and composer)
Stan Brenders et son grand orchestre2:37
14Dynamisme
guitar:
Django Reinhardt (French jazz guitarist and composer) (on 1942-05-08)
recording of:
Dynamisme (on 1942-05-08)
Stan Brenders et son grand orchestre2:46
15Tons d'ébène
guitar:
Django Reinhardt (French jazz guitarist and composer) (on 1942-05-08)
Stan Brenders et son grand orchestre2:54
16Chez moi à six heures
alto saxophone and clarinet:
Louis Billen (Belgian 1930/40s alto saxophonist) (on 1942-05-08) and Jo Magis (Belgian 1930-50s saxophonist) (on 1942-05-08)
baritone saxophone, clarinet and tenor saxophone:
Arthur Saguet (Belgian 1940s saxophonist) (on 1942-05-08)
double bass:
Arthur Peters (double bassist) (on 1942-05-08)
drums (drum set):
Jos Aerts (Belgian jazz drummer) (on 1942-05-08)
guitar:
Jim Van Der Jeught (Belgian 1940s jazz guitarist & vocalist) (on 1942-05-08)
piano:
John Ouwerx (Belgian jazz pianist & conductor) (on 1942-05-08)
solo guitar:
Django Reinhardt (French jazz guitarist and composer) (on 1942-05-08)
tenor saxophone:
Jeff Van Heerswingels (Belgian 1940s jazz sax & clarinet player) (on 1942-05-08)
tenor saxophone and violin:
Jack Demany (Belgian 1930/40s jazz saxophonist & violinist) (on 1942-05-08)
trombone:
Jean Damm (Belgian 1940s jazz trombonist) (on 1942-05-08) and Sus Van Camp (Belgian 1940s jazz trombonist) (on 1942-05-08)
trumpet:
Raymond Chantrain (Belgian 1940s jazz trumpeter) (on 1942-05-08), George Clais (Belgian 1930-50s jazz trumpeter) (on 1942-05-08) and Paul d’Hondt (on 1942-05-08)
vocals:
Émile Deltour (Belgian violinist & conductor) (on 1942-05-08), Jack Demany (Belgian 1930/40s jazz saxophonist & violinist) (on 1942-05-08), Chas Dolne (Belgian jazz violinist & guitarist) (on 1942-05-08), Jean Douillez (Belgian 1940s jazz violinist, trombonist & bassist) (on 1942-05-08) and Walter Féron (Belgian 1940s jazz violinist) (on 1942-05-08)
recording of:
Chez Moi à Six Heures (on 1942-05-08)
Stan Brenders et son grand orchestre2:44

Credits

Release Group

part of:Jazz in Paris (number: 102) (order: 108)