Jazz in Paris: Club Session

~ Release by Peanuts Holland, Buck Clayton & Charlie Singleton (see all versions of this release, 1 available)

Annotation

Recorded November 1953 (tracks 1-5), 1954 (tracks 6-9) and November 22, 1955 at the Schola Cantorum (tracks 10-15) in Paris.
Reissue of the Club Français du Disque 10" LP's 6 (tracks 1-9) and 13 (tracks 10-15).

Track 2 misspelled "Fast Bus Soft"

Annotation last modified on 2014-05-21 14:36 UTC.

Tracklist

CD 1
#TitleArtistRatingLength
1Buck's Bon VoyageBuck Clayton4:40
2Fast but SoftBuck Clayton3:07
3Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone
baritone saxophone and tenor saxophone:
Michel de Villers (in 1953)
drums (drum set):
Gérard "Dave" Pochonet (in 1953)
guitar:
Jean-Pierre Sasson (in 1953)
piano:
André Persiany (in 1953)
trumpet:
Buck Clayton (in 1953)
instrumental recording of:
Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone (in 1953)
lyricist:
Sidney Clare
composer:
Sam H. Stept
publisher:
Bourne Co. (not for release label use, this is a music publisher) and Remick Music Corp.
Buck Clayton3:08
4Easy to RiffBuck Clayton2:58
5Gift for the ClubBuck Clayton3:56
6Flying HomePeanuts Holland5:49
7That's My DesirePeanuts Holland4:22
8It's WonderfulPeanuts Holland4:05
9Blue FeelingPeanuts Holland5:30
10Lester Leaps In
double bass:
Eddie de Haas (on 1955-11-22)
drums (drum set):
Reggie Jackson (on 1955-11-22)
piano:
André Persiany (on 1955-11-22)
tenor saxophone:
Charlie Singleton (Jazz saxophone player) (on 1955-11-22)
trombone:
Charles Verstraete (trombonist & accordion player) (on 1955-11-22)
trumpet:
Bernard Hulin (on 1955-11-22)
recorded at:
Schola Cantorum de Paris in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1955-11-22)
recording of:
Lester Leaps In (on 1955-11-22)
composer:
Lester Young (saxophonist) (in 1939)
Charlie Singleton6:06
11These Foolish Things
double bass:
Eddie de Haas (on 1955-11-22)
drums (drum set):
Reggie Jackson (on 1955-11-22)
piano:
André Persiany (on 1955-11-22)
tenor saxophone:
Charlie Singleton (Jazz saxophone player) (on 1955-11-22)
trombone:
Charles Verstraete (trombonist & accordion player) (on 1955-11-22)
trumpet:
Bernard Hulin (on 1955-11-22)
recorded at:
Schola Cantorum de Paris in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1955-11-22)
instrumental recording of:
These Foolish Things (Remind Me of You) (on 1955-11-22)
lyricist:
Eric Maschwitz (in 1935)
additional composer:
Harry Link
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.
Charlie Singleton4:09
12Purple Sound
double bass:
Eddie de Haas (on 1955-11-22)
drums (drum set):
Reggie Jackson (on 1955-11-22)
piano:
André Persiany (on 1955-11-22)
tenor saxophone:
Charlie Singleton (Jazz saxophone player) (on 1955-11-22)
trombone:
Charles Verstraete (trombonist & accordion player) (on 1955-11-22)
trumpet:
Bernard Hulin (on 1955-11-22)
recorded at:
Schola Cantorum de Paris in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1955-11-22)
recording of:
Purple Sounds (on 1955-11-22)
composer:
Dizzy Gillespie and Stuff Smith (jazz violinist)
Charlie Singleton4:15
13Lullaby of Birdland
double bass:
Eddie de Haas (on 1955-11-22)
drums (drum set):
Reggie Jackson (on 1955-11-22)
piano:
André Persiany (on 1955-11-22)
tenor saxophone:
Charlie Singleton (Jazz saxophone player) (on 1955-11-22)
trombone:
Charles Verstraete (trombonist & accordion player) (on 1955-11-22)
trumpet:
Bernard Hulin (on 1955-11-22)
recorded at:
Schola Cantorum de Paris in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1955-11-22)
instrumental recording of:
Lullaby of Birdland (George Shearing/George David Weiss (as B. Y. Forster) jazz standard) (on 1955-11-22)
lyricist:
B. Y. Forster (pseudonym of George David Weiss)
composer:
George Shearing
publisher:
Good Music Limited and Planetary Nom (London) Ltd.
Charlie Singleton2:39
14Yesterdays
double bass:
Eddie de Haas (on 1955-11-22)
drums (drum set):
Reggie Jackson (on 1955-11-22)
piano:
André Persiany (on 1955-11-22)
tenor saxophone:
Charlie Singleton (Jazz saxophone player) (on 1955-11-22)
trombone:
Charles Verstraete (trombonist & accordion player) (on 1955-11-22)
trumpet:
Bernard Hulin (on 1955-11-22)
recorded at:
Schola Cantorum de Paris in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1955-11-22)
instrumental recording of:
Yesterdays (on 1955-11-22)
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
Charlie Singleton4:57
15Blues à la Schola
double bass:
Eddie de Haas (on 1955-11-22)
drums (drum set):
Reggie Jackson (on 1955-11-22)
piano:
André Persiany (on 1955-11-22)
tenor saxophone:
Charlie Singleton (Jazz saxophone player) (on 1955-11-22)
trombone:
Charles Verstraete (trombonist & accordion player) (on 1955-11-22)
trumpet:
Bernard Hulin (on 1955-11-22)
recorded at:
Schola Cantorum de Paris in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1955-11-22)
Charlie Singleton4:02

Credits

Release Group

part of:Jazz in Paris (number: 6) (order: 8)