Jazz in Paris: Sidney Bechet et Claude Luter

~ Release by Sidney Bechet et Claude Luter (see all versions of this release, 1 available)

Annotation

Recorded May 16, 1949 at the Technisonor studio (tracks 1-4), November 3, 1949 at the Pathé Pelouze studio (tracks 5-12) and June 23, 1948 at the Pathé Pelouze studio (tracks 13-18) in Paris.
Reissue of the 78rpm discs Blue Star 93, 101, 107 (Claude Luter), 128, 129, 140, 148 and 152 (Sidney Bechet)

Annotation last modified on 2014-11-24 18:35 UTC.

Tracklist

CD 1
#TitleArtistRatingLength
1Honeysuckle Rose
double bass:
Guy de Fatto (on 1949-05-16)
drums (drum set):
André Jourdan (on 1949-05-16)
guitar:
Jean-Pierre Sasson (on 1949-05-16)
piano:
Eddie Bernard (on 1949-05-16)
soprano saxophone:
Sidney Bechet (on 1949-05-16)
trombone:
Benny Vasseur (on 1949-05-16)
trumpet:
Gérard Bayol (on 1949-05-16)
recorded at:
Studio Technisonor in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1949-05-16)
instrumental recording of:
Honeysuckle Rose (on 1949-05-16)
lyricist:
Andy Razaf (in 1928)
composer:
Fats Waller (in 1928)
part of:
Thousands Cheer (1943 movie)
Sidney Bechet and His Orchestra3:00
2High Society
double bass:
Guy de Fatto (on 1949-05-16)
drums (drum set):
André Jourdan (on 1949-05-16)
guitar:
Jean-Pierre Sasson (on 1949-05-16)
piano:
Eddie Bernard (on 1949-05-16)
soprano saxophone:
Sidney Bechet (on 1949-05-16)
trombone:
Benny Vasseur (on 1949-05-16)
trumpet:
Gérard Bayol (on 1949-05-16)
recorded at:
Studio Technisonor in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1949-05-16)
Sidney Bechet and His Orchestra3:19
3On the Sunny Side of the StreetSidney Bechet and His Orchestra2:43
4I Can't Believe That You're in Love With Me
double bass:
Guy de Fatto (on 1949-05-16)
drums (drum set):
André Jourdan (on 1949-05-16)
guitar:
Jean-Pierre Sasson (on 1949-05-16)
piano:
Eddie Bernard (on 1949-05-16)
soprano saxophone:
Sidney Bechet (on 1949-05-16)
trombone:
Benny Vasseur (on 1949-05-16)
trumpet:
Gérard Bayol (on 1949-05-16)
recorded at:
Studio Technisonor in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1949-05-16)
Sidney Bechet and His Orchestra2:41
5Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams
double bass:
Pierre Michelot (on 1949-11-03)
drums (drum set):
Kenny Clarke (on 1949-11-03)
piano:
Eddie Bernard (on 1949-11-03)
soprano saxophone:
Sidney Bechet (on 1949-11-03)
recorded at:
Studio Pathé-Pelouze in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1949-11-03)
instrumental cover recording of:
Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams (on 1949-11-03)
lyricist:
Ted Koehler (in 1931) and Billy Moll (in 1931)
composer:
Harry Barris (in 1931)
publisher:
Campbell Connelly & Co. Ltd. and Shapiro Bernstein & Co. Ltd.
Sidney Bechet and His New Orleans Feetwarmers3:10
6It Had to Be You
double bass:
Pierre Michelot (on 1949-11-03)
drums (drum set):
Kenny Clarke (on 1949-11-03)
piano:
Eddie Bernard (on 1949-11-03)
soprano saxophone:
Sidney Bechet (on 1949-11-03)
recorded at:
Studio Pathé-Pelouze in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1949-11-03)
instrumental recording of:
It Had to Be You (on 1949-11-03)
lyricist:
Gus Kahn (in 1924)
composer:
Isham Jones (in 1924)
publisher:
Bantam Music Publishing Co., EMI Music Publishing Ltd., Gilbert Keyes Music Company, The Songwriters Guild, Warner Bros., Inc. (not for release label use!) and Jerome H. Remick & Co. (on 1924-05-09)
Sidney Bechet and His New Orleans Feetwarmers2:43
7Baby Won't You Please Come Home
double bass:
Pierre Michelot (on 1949-11-03)
drums (drum set):
Kenny Clarke (on 1949-11-03)
piano:
Eddie Bernard (on 1949-11-03)
soprano saxophone:
Sidney Bechet (on 1949-11-03)
recorded at:
Studio Pathé-Pelouze in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1949-11-03)
instrumental recording of:
Baby Won’t You Please Come Home (on 1949-11-03)
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!)
Sidney Bechet and His New Orleans Feetwarmers2:31
8Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone
double bass:
Pierre Michelot (on 1949-11-03)
drums (drum set):
Kenny Clarke (on 1949-11-03)
piano:
Eddie Bernard (on 1949-11-03)
soprano saxophone:
Sidney Bechet (on 1949-11-03)
recorded at:
Studio Pathé-Pelouze in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1949-11-03)
instrumental cover recording of:
Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone (on 1949-11-03)
lyricist:
Sidney Clare
composer:
Sam H. Stept
publisher:
Bourne Co. (not for release label use, this is a music publisher) and Remick Music Corp.
instrumental recording of:
Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone (on 1949-11-03)
lyricist:
Sidney Clare
composer:
Sam H. Stept
publisher:
Bourne Co. (not for release label use, this is a music publisher) and Remick Music Corp.
instrumental recording of:
Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone (on 1949-11-05)
lyricist:
Sidney Clare
composer:
Sam H. Stept
publisher:
Bourne Co. (not for release label use, this is a music publisher) and Remick Music Corp.
Sidney Bechet and His New Orleans Feetwarmers2:38
9Ooh! Boogie!
double bass:
Pierre Michelot (on 1949-11-03)
drums (drum set):
Kenny Clarke (on 1949-11-03)
piano:
Eddie Bernard (on 1949-11-03)
soprano saxophone:
Sidney Bechet (on 1949-11-03)
recorded at:
Studio Pathé-Pelouze in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1949-11-03)
recording of:
Ooh! Boogie (on 1949-11-03)
composer:
Sidney Bechet
recording of:
Ooh! Boogie (on 1949-11-05)
composer:
Sidney Bechet
Sidney Bechet and His New Orleans Feetwarmers2:56
10After You've Gone
double bass:
Pierre Michelot (on 1949-11-03)
drums (drum set):
Kenny Clarke (on 1949-11-03)
piano:
Eddie Bernard (on 1949-11-03)
soprano saxophone:
Sidney Bechet (on 1949-11-03)
recorded at:
Studio Pathé-Pelouze in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1949-11-03)
instrumental cover recording of:
After You’ve Gone (on 1949-11-03)
lyricist:
Henry Creamer (in 1918)
composer:
Turner Layton (in 1918)
publisher:
Francis, Day & Hunter Ltd. and Morley Music Corp.
part of:
For Me and My Gal (1942 movie)
instrumental recording of:
After You’ve Gone (on 1949-11-03)
lyricist:
Henry Creamer (in 1918)
composer:
Turner Layton (in 1918)
publisher:
Francis, Day & Hunter Ltd. and Morley Music Corp.
part of:
For Me and My Gal (1942 movie)
Sidney Bechet and His New Orleans Feetwarmers2:31
11I'm Going Way Down Home
double bass:
Pierre Michelot (on 1949-11-03)
drums (drum set):
Kenny Clarke (on 1949-11-03)
piano:
Eddie Bernard (on 1949-11-03)
soprano saxophone:
Sidney Bechet (on 1949-11-03)
recorded at:
Studio Pathé-Pelouze in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1949-11-03)
recording of:
I'm Going Way Down Home (on 1949-11-03)
writer:
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist)
arranger:
Sidney Bechet
Sidney Bechet and His New Orleans Feetwarmers2:26
12Margie
double bass:
Pierre Michelot (on 1949-11-03)
drums (drum set):
Kenny Clarke (on 1949-11-03)
piano:
Eddie Bernard (on 1949-11-03)
soprano saxophone:
Sidney Bechet (on 1949-11-03)
recorded at:
Studio Pathé-Pelouze in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1949-11-03)
instrumental cover recording of:
Margie (aka “My Little Margie”) (on 1949-11-03)
lyricist:
Benny Davis (US vaudeville performer and songwriter) (in 1920)
composer:
Con Conrad (in 1920) and J. Russel Robinson (in 1920)
instrumental recording of:
Margie (aka “My Little Margie”) (on 1949-11-03)
lyricist:
Benny Davis (US vaudeville performer and songwriter) (in 1920)
composer:
Con Conrad (in 1920) and J. Russel Robinson (in 1920)
Sidney Bechet and His New Orleans Feetwarmers2:30
13Gate Mouth
banjo:
Claude Philippe (on 1948-06-23)
clarinet:
Claude Luter (on 1948-06-23)
double bass:
Roland Bianchini (on 1948-06-23)
drums (drum set):
Michel Pacout (on 1948-06-23)
piano:
Christian Azzi (on 1948-06-23)
trombone:
Mowgli Jospin (on 1948-06-23)
trumpet:
Pierre Merlin (on 1948-06-23) and Claude Rabanit (on 1948-06-23)
recorded at:
Studio Pathé-Pelouze in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1948-06-23)
Claude Luter et ses Lorientais2:47
14South African Blues
banjo:
Claude Philippe (on 1948-06-23)
clarinet:
Claude Luter (on 1948-06-23)
double bass:
Roland Bianchini (on 1948-06-23)
drums (drum set):
Michel Pacout (on 1948-06-23)
piano:
Christian Azzi (on 1948-06-23)
trombone:
Mowgli Jospin (on 1948-06-23)
trumpet:
Pierre Merlin (on 1948-06-23) and Claude Rabanit (on 1948-06-23)
recorded at:
Studio Pathé-Pelouze in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1948-06-23)
Claude Luter et ses Lorientais2:56
15Snake Rag
banjo:
Claude Philippe (on 1948-06-23)
clarinet:
Claude Luter (on 1948-06-23)
double bass:
Roland Bianchini (on 1948-06-23)
drums (drum set):
Michel Pacout (on 1948-06-23)
piano:
Christian Azzi (on 1948-06-23)
trombone:
Mowgli Jospin (on 1948-06-23)
trumpet:
Pierre Merlin (on 1948-06-23) and Claude Rabanit (on 1948-06-23)
recorded at:
Studio Pathé-Pelouze in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1948-06-23)
Claude Luter et ses Lorientais2:55
16Weary Way Blues
banjo:
Claude Philippe (on 1948-06-23)
clarinet:
Claude Luter (on 1948-06-23)
double bass:
Roland Bianchini (on 1948-06-23)
drums (drum set):
Michel Pacout (on 1948-06-23)
piano:
Christian Azzi (on 1948-06-23)
trombone:
Mowgli Jospin (on 1948-06-23)
trumpet:
Pierre Merlin (on 1948-06-23) and Claude Rabanit (on 1948-06-23)
recorded at:
Studio Pathé-Pelouze in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1948-06-23)
Claude Luter et ses Lorientais2:41
17Sweet Lovin' Man
banjo:
Claude Philippe (on 1948-06-23)
clarinet:
Claude Luter (on 1948-06-23)
double bass:
Roland Bianchini (on 1948-06-23)
drums (drum set):
Michel Pacout (on 1948-06-23)
piano:
Christian Azzi (on 1948-06-23)
trombone:
Mowgli Jospin (on 1948-06-23)
trumpet:
Pierre Merlin (on 1948-06-23) and Claude Rabanit (on 1948-06-23)
recorded at:
Studio Pathé-Pelouze in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1948-06-23)
Claude Luter et ses Lorientais2:50
18Panama
banjo:
Claude Philippe (on 1948-06-23)
clarinet:
Claude Luter (on 1948-06-23)
double bass:
Roland Bianchini (on 1948-06-23)
drums (drum set):
Michel Pacout (on 1948-06-23)
piano:
Christian Azzi (on 1948-06-23)
trombone:
Mowgli Jospin (on 1948-06-23)
trumpet:
Pierre Merlin (on 1948-06-23) and Claude Rabanit (on 1948-06-23)
recorded at:
Studio Pathé-Pelouze in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1948-06-23)
Claude Luter et ses Lorientais2:49

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part of:Jazz in Paris (number: 22) (order: 23)