Jazz in Paris: Zoot Sims et Henri Renaud

~ Release by Zoot Sims et Henri Renaud (see all versions of this release, 1 available)

Annotation

Recorded March 15, 1956 (tracks 1-4) and February 15, 1952 at the "Bœuf sur le toit" (tracks 5-10) in Paris.
Reissue of the Club Français du Disque 10" LP 95 (tracks 1-4) and the Blue Star 10" LP 6831 (tracks 5-10).

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

Tracklist

CD 1
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1Charlie Went to Cherbourg
producer:
Frank Ténot
double bass:
Eddie de Haas (on 1956-03-15)
drums (drum set):
Charles Saudrais (French drummer) (on 1956-03-15)
piano:
Henri Renaud (French 1940-60s jazz pianist) (on 1956-03-15)
tenor saxophone:
Zoot Sims (US jazz saxophonist) (on 1956-03-15)
trumpet:
Jon Eardley (US 1950-80s jazz trumpeter) (on 1956-03-15)
Zoot Sims & Henri Renaud6:44
2Crazy Rhythm
producer:
Frank Ténot
double bass:
Eddie de Haas (on 1956-03-15)
drums (drum set):
Charles Saudrais (French drummer) (on 1956-03-15)
piano:
Henri Renaud (French 1940-60s jazz pianist) (on 1956-03-15)
tenor saxophone:
Zoot Sims (US jazz saxophonist) (on 1956-03-15)
trumpet:
Jon Eardley (US 1950-80s jazz trumpeter) (on 1956-03-15)
instrumental recording of:
Crazy Rhythm (on 1956-03-15)
lyricist:
Irving Caesar
composer:
Roger Wolfe Kahn and Joseph Meyer (US songwriter)
Zoot Sims & Henri Renaud7:53
3I've Found a New Baby
producer:
Frank Ténot
double bass:
Eddie de Haas (on 1956-03-15)
drums (drum set):
Charles Saudrais (French drummer) (on 1956-03-15)
piano:
Henri Renaud (French 1940-60s jazz pianist) (on 1956-03-15)
tenor saxophone:
Zoot Sims (US jazz saxophonist) (on 1956-03-15)
trumpet:
Jon Eardley (US 1950-80s jazz trumpeter) (on 1956-03-15)
instrumental recording of:
I’ve Found a New Baby (on 1956-03-15)
writer:
Jack Palmer (Jazz pianist and composer) and Spencer Williams (US jazz composer, pianist & singer)
Zoot Sims & Henri Renaud7:30
4Charlie Was in Rouen
producer:
Frank Ténot
double bass:
Eddie de Haas (on 1956-03-15)
drums (drum set):
Charles Saudrais (French drummer) (on 1956-03-15)
piano:
Henri Renaud (French 1940-60s jazz pianist) (on 1956-03-15)
tenor saxophone:
Zoot Sims (US jazz saxophonist) (on 1956-03-15)
trumpet:
Jon Eardley (US 1950-80s jazz trumpeter) (on 1956-03-15)
Zoot Sims & Henri Renaud8:58
5Venez donc chez moi
alto saxophone:
Philippe Benson (on 1952-02-15)
baritone saxophone:
Jean-Louis Chautemps (French saxophonist) (on 1952-02-15)
double bass:
Benoît Quersin (Belgian jazz bassist) (on 1952-02-15)
drums (drum set):
Pierre Lemarchand (French jazz drummer) (on 1952-02-15)
guitar:
Jimmy Gourley (on 1952-02-15)
piano:
Henri Renaud (French 1940-60s jazz pianist) (on 1952-02-15)
tenor saxophone:
Sandy Mosse (on 1952-02-15) and André Ross (on 1952-02-15)
trombone:
Nat Peck (on 1952-02-15)
trumpet:
Jean Liesse (on 1952-02-15)
vibraphone:
“Fats” Sadi (Belgian vibraphonist aka Sadi Lallemand) (on 1952-02-15)
arranger:
Francy Boland
recorded at:
Le Bœuf sur le toit in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1952-02-15)
Henri Renaud4:59
6Stompin' at the Savoy
drums (drum set):
Jean‐Louis Viale (French jazz drummer 1933-1984) (on 1952-02-15)
piano:
Bernard Peiffer (on 1952-02-15)
arranger:
Francy Boland
recorded at:
Le Bœuf sur le toit in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1952-02-15)
instrumental recording of:
Stompin’ at the Savoy (on 1952-02-15)
lyricist:
Andy Razaf
composer:
Benny Goodman (clarinetist and bandleader), Edgar Sampson and Chick Webb
publisher:
EMI Robbins Catalog (ASCAP), Ragbag Music (ASCAP), Razaf Music, Rytvoc (ASCAP), フジパシフィックミュージック SBK事業部 and 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)
Bernard Peiffer & Jean‐Louis Viale5:54
7Pinch Bottle
alto saxophone:
Philippe Benson (on 1952-02-15)
baritone saxophone:
Jean-Louis Chautemps (French saxophonist) (on 1952-02-15)
double bass:
Benoît Quersin (Belgian jazz bassist) (on 1952-02-15)
drums (drum set):
Pierre Lemarchand (French jazz drummer) (on 1952-02-15)
guitar:
Jimmy Gourley (on 1952-02-15)
piano:
Henri Renaud (French 1940-60s jazz pianist) (on 1952-02-15)
tenor saxophone:
Sandy Mosse (on 1952-02-15) and André Ross (on 1952-02-15)
trombone:
Nat Peck (on 1952-02-15)
trumpet:
Jean Liesse (on 1952-02-15)
vibraphone:
“Fats” Sadi (Belgian vibraphonist aka Sadi Lallemand) (on 1952-02-15)
arranger:
Francy Boland
recorded at:
Le Bœuf sur le toit in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1952-02-15)
Henri Renaud4:51
8Pot Luck
alto saxophone:
Philippe Benson (on 1952-02-15)
baritone saxophone:
Jean-Louis Chautemps (French saxophonist) (on 1952-02-15)
double bass:
Benoît Quersin (Belgian jazz bassist) (on 1952-02-15)
drums (drum set):
Pierre Lemarchand (French jazz drummer) (on 1952-02-15)
guitar:
Jimmy Gourley (on 1952-02-15)
piano:
Henri Renaud (French 1940-60s jazz pianist) (on 1952-02-15)
tenor saxophone:
Sandy Mosse (on 1952-02-15) and André Ross (on 1952-02-15)
trombone:
Nat Peck (on 1952-02-15)
trumpet:
Jean Liesse (on 1952-02-15)
vibraphone:
“Fats” Sadi (Belgian vibraphonist aka Sadi Lallemand) (on 1952-02-15)
arranger:
Francy Boland
recorded at:
Le Bœuf sur le toit in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1952-02-15)
Henri Renaud4:58
9Out of Nowhere
double bass:
Benoît Quersin (Belgian jazz bassist) (on 1952-02-15)
drums (drum set):
Jean‐Louis Viale (French jazz drummer 1933-1984)
guitar:
Jimmy Gourley (on 1952-02-15)
piano:
Henri Renaud (French 1940-60s jazz pianist) (on 1952-02-15)
tenor saxophone:
Sandy Mosse (on 1952-02-15)
vibraphone:
“Fats” Sadi (Belgian vibraphonist aka Sadi Lallemand) (on 1952-02-15)
arranger:
Francy Boland
recorded at:
Le Bœuf sur le toit in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1952-02-15)
instrumental recording of:
Out of Nowhere (on 1952-02-15)
lyricist:
Edward Heyman
composer:
Johnny Green (composer and conductor, often credited as John Green)
publisher:
Famous Music Corporation
Henri Renaud4:48
10I'll Take Romance
alto saxophone:
Philippe Benson (on 1952-02-15)
baritone saxophone:
Jean-Louis Chautemps (French saxophonist) (on 1952-02-15)
double bass:
Benoît Quersin (Belgian jazz bassist) (on 1952-02-15)
drums (drum set):
Pierre Lemarchand (French jazz drummer) (on 1952-02-15)
guitar:
Jimmy Gourley (on 1952-02-15)
piano:
Henri Renaud (French 1940-60s jazz pianist) (on 1952-02-15)
tenor saxophone:
Sandy Mosse (on 1952-02-15) and André Ross (on 1952-02-15)
trombone:
Nat Peck (on 1952-02-15)
trumpet:
Jean Liesse (on 1952-02-15)
vibraphone:
“Fats” Sadi (Belgian vibraphonist aka Sadi Lallemand) (on 1952-02-15)
arranger:
Francy Boland
recorded at:
Le Bœuf sur le toit in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1952-02-15)
instrumental recording of:
I’ll Take Romance (on 1952-02-15)
lyricist:
Oscar Hammerstein II (collab with Rodgers)
composer:
Ben Oakland
Henri Renaud4:34

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part of:Jazz in Paris (number: 25) (order: 27)