Jazz in Paris: Piano aux Champs-Élysées

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Annotation

Recorded March 13, 1956 (tracks 1-7) and June 5, 1958 (tracks 8-15) in Paris.
Reissue of the Boîte à Musique 10" LP 320 (tracks 1-7) and the Polydor LP 46 106 (tracks 8-15).

Annotation last modified on 2014-11-25 18:05 UTC.

Tracklist

CD 1
#TitleArtistRatingLength
1Art's Blues
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:
Art's Blues (on 1956-03-13)
composer:
Art Simmons
Art Simmons3:27
2My Funny Valentine
double bass:
Bill Crow (on 1956-03-13)
drums (drum set):
Dave Bailey (on 1956-03-13)
guitar:
Terry Donoughue (on 1956-03-13)
piano:
Art Simmons (on 1956-03-13)
instrumental recording of:
My Funny Valentine (from “Babes in Arms”) (on 1956-03-13)
lyricist:
Lorenz Hart (in 1937)
composer:
Richard Rodgers (in 1937)
publisher:
Chappell & Co., Inc. (USA), Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996), Warner/Chappell, Williamson Music Company, 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:
Babes in Arms (full musical)
Art Simmons3:28
3Hommage to Neal Hefti
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:
Hommage to Neal Hefti (on 1956-03-13)
composer:
Art Simmons
Art Simmons3:13
4Too Marvelous for WordsArt Simmons4:10
5The Lady Is a Tramp
double bass:
Bill Crow (on 1956-03-13)
drums (drum set):
Dave Bailey (on 1956-03-13)
guitar:
Terry Donoughue (on 1956-03-13)
piano:
Art Simmons (on 1956-03-13)
instrumental recording of:
The Lady Is a Tramp (from “Babes in Arms”) (on 1956-03-13)
lyricist:
Lorenz Hart (in 1937)
composer:
Richard Rodgers (in 1937)
publisher:
Chappell & Co., Chappell & Co., Inc. (USA) and Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996)
part of:
Babes in Arms (full musical)
part of:
Pal Joey
Art Simmons3:40
6What 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)
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)
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 Simmons5:30
7Nice Work If You Can Get It
double bass:
Bill Crow (on 1956-03-13)
drums (drum set):
Dave Bailey (on 1956-03-13)
guitar:
Terry Donoughue (on 1956-03-13)
piano:
Art Simmons (on 1956-03-13)
instrumental recording of:
Nice Work If You Can Get It (on 1956-03-13)
lyricist:
Ira Gershwin (in 1937)
composer:
George Gershwin (composer) (in 1937)
publisher:
Chappell & Co., Inc. (USA) and Gershwin Publishing Corp (in 1937)
part of:
A Damsel in Distress (1937 film score)
part of:
Crazy for You (1992 musical)
part of:
My One and Only (1983 Broadway Musical)
Art Simmons3:44
8Sail' Em
producer:
François Postif
double bass:
Richard Davis (American jazz bassist) (on 1958-06-05)
drums (drum set):
Art Morgan (on 1958-06-05)
piano:
Ronnell Bright (on 1958-06-05)
Ronnell Bright3:47
9Things Ain't What They Used to Be
producer:
François Postif
double bass:
Richard Davis (American jazz bassist) (on 1958-06-05)
drums (drum set):
Art Morgan (on 1958-06-05)
piano:
Ronnell Bright (on 1958-06-05)
instrumental recording of:
Things Ain’t What They Used to Be (on 1958-06-05)
lyricist:
Ted Persons
composer:
Mercer Ellington (in 1942)
arranger:
Ray Pitts
Ronnell Bright4:18
10Johnnie Pate's Blues
producer:
François Postif
double bass:
Richard Davis (American jazz bassist) (on 1958-06-05)
drums (drum set):
Art Morgan (on 1958-06-05)
piano:
Ronnell Bright (on 1958-06-05)
Ronnell Bright4:30
11R and R Groove
producer:
François Postif
double bass:
Richard Davis (American jazz bassist) (on 1958-06-05)
drums (drum set):
Art Morgan (on 1958-06-05)
piano:
Ronnell Bright (on 1958-06-05)
Ronnell Bright4:49
12The Champ
producer:
François Postif
double bass:
Richard Davis (American jazz bassist) (on 1958-06-05)
drums (drum set):
Art Morgan (on 1958-06-05)
piano:
Ronnell Bright (on 1958-06-05)
Ronnell Bright2:34
13Easy Listening
producer:
François Postif
double bass:
Richard Davis (American jazz bassist) (on 1958-06-05)
drums (drum set):
Art Morgan (on 1958-06-05)
piano:
Ronnell Bright (on 1958-06-05)
Ronnell Bright4:28
14Chasing Sarah
producer:
François Postif
double bass:
Richard Davis (American jazz bassist) (on 1958-06-05)
drums (drum set):
Art Morgan (on 1958-06-05)
piano:
Ronnell Bright (on 1958-06-05)
Ronnell Bright3:46
15Doxology
producer:
François Postif
double bass:
Richard Davis (American jazz bassist) (on 1958-06-05)
drums (drum set):
Art Morgan (on 1958-06-05)
piano:
Ronnell Bright (on 1958-06-05)
Ronnell Bright6:00

Credits

Release

ASIN:FR: B00005CF63 [info]

Release Group

part of:Jazz in Paris (number: 61) (order: 65)