Jazz in Paris: The Complete Philips Recordings

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Annotation

hors-série 02 in the Jazz in Paris series.

CD1: Recorded November 9, 1951 (tracks 1-6) and October 18, 1952 at the Salle Pleyel (tracks 7-19) in Paris.
Reissue of the Philips 78rpm discs 72043 (tracks 1, 5), 72044 (tracks 2-3) & 72045 (tracks 4, 6) and the Philips 10" LP's 76006 (tracks 9, 12, 18-19) & 76008 (tracks 7-8, 10-11) and previously unreleased tracks 13-17.

CD2: Recorded October 18, 1952 at the Salle Pleyel (tracks 1-12) and November 9, 1951 (tracks 13-19) in Paris.
Reissue of the Philips 78rpm discs 72128 (track 7) & 72130 (tracks 4, 12) and the Philips 10" LP's 76006 (tracks 2, 8, 10) and previously unreleased tracks 5, 9, 11 & 13-19.

Annotation last modified on 2013-10-17 22:01 UTC.

Tracklist

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CD 1
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1Jumpin' at the Pleyel
double bass:
Guy de Fatto (on 1951-11-09)
drums (drum set):
Gérard "Dave" Pochonet (on 1951-11-09)
guitar:
Jean-Pierre Sasson (on 1951-11-09)
trumpet:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1951-11-09)
recording of:
Jumpin' at the Pleyel (on 1951-11-09)
composer:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) and Jean-Pierre Sasson
2:37
2Si jolie
alto saxophone:
Jay Cameron (jazz saxophonist) (on 1951-11-09)
baritone saxophone:
William Boucaya (on 1951-11-09)
double bass:
Guy de Fatto (on 1951-11-09)
drums (drum set):
Gérard "Dave" Pochonet (on 1951-11-09)
guitar:
Jean-Pierre Sasson (on 1951-11-09)
piano:
Art Simmons (on 1951-11-09)
trombone:
Bill Tamper (on 1951-11-09)
trumpet:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1951-11-09)
recording of:
Si jolie (on 1951-11-09)
lyricist:
Eddy Marnay
composer:
Philippe-Gérard (French composer & lyricist)
3:07
3The Blues Jumped Up and Got Me
alto saxophone:
Jay Cameron (jazz saxophonist) (on 1951-11-09)
baritone saxophone:
William Boucaya (on 1951-11-09)
double bass:
Guy de Fatto (on 1951-11-09)
drums (drum set):
Gérard "Dave" Pochonet (on 1951-11-09)
guitar:
Jean-Pierre Sasson (on 1951-11-09)
piano:
Art Simmons (on 1951-11-09)
trombone:
Bill Tamper (on 1951-11-09)
trumpet:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1951-11-09)
vocals:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1951-11-09)
recording of:
The Blues Jumped Up and Got Me (on 1951-11-09)
composer:
Jimmy Davis (songwriter, "Lover Man") and Jack Hoffman
2:55
4I'm Coming Virginia
alto saxophone:
Jay Cameron (jazz saxophonist) (on 1951-11-09)
baritone saxophone:
William Boucaya (on 1951-11-09)
double bass:
Guy de Fatto (on 1951-11-09)
drums (drum set):
Gérard "Dave" Pochonet (on 1951-11-09)
guitar:
Jean-Pierre Sasson (on 1951-11-09)
piano:
Art Simmons (on 1951-11-09)
trombone:
Bill Tamper (on 1951-11-09)
trumpet:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1951-11-09)
recording of:
I'm Coming Virginia (on 1951-11-09)
lyricist:
Will Marion Cook
composer:
Donald Heywood
2:59
5Come on a' my House
alto saxophone:
Jay Cameron (jazz saxophonist) (on 1951-11-09)
baritone saxophone:
William Boucaya (on 1951-11-09)
double bass:
Guy de Fatto (on 1951-11-09)
drums (drum set):
Gérard "Dave" Pochonet (on 1951-11-09)
guitar:
Jean-Pierre Sasson (on 1951-11-09)
piano:
Art Simmons (on 1951-11-09)
trombone:
Bill Tamper (on 1951-11-09)
trumpet:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1951-11-09)
vocals:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1951-11-09)
recording of:
Come On‐a My House (on 1951-11-09)
writer:
Ross Bagdasarian (creator of Alvin and the Chipmunks) and William Saroyan
publisher:
Adam Bagdasarian Music, Bagdasarian Productions, Carol Bagdasarian Music, EMI Music Publishing France, Peter Maurice Music, Ross Bagdasarian Music, Stanford University Library for Saroyan, The Saroyan Company, Universal Duchess Music Corp., Universal MCA Music Publishing (France), Universal Music Corp. (USA, affiliated with ASCAP), Universal Music Publishing Group Japan (work publisher - do NOT use as a release label), Universal/MCA Music Ltd. (not for release label use!), Universal/MCA Music Publishing GmbH and シンコーミュージック・エンタテイメント
3:23
6Tenderly
alto saxophone:
Jay Cameron (jazz saxophonist) (on 1951-11-09)
baritone saxophone:
William Boucaya (on 1951-11-09)
double bass:
Guy de Fatto (on 1951-11-09)
drums (drum set):
Gérard "Dave" Pochonet (on 1951-11-09)
guitar:
Jean-Pierre Sasson (on 1951-11-09)
piano:
Art Simmons (on 1951-11-09)
trombone:
Bill Tamper (on 1951-11-09)
trumpet:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1951-11-09)
recording of:
Tenderly (on 1951-11-09)
lyricist:
Jack Lawrence (US songwriter) (in 1946)
composer:
Walter Gross (American composer) (in 1946)
publisher:
Chappell & Co., Chappell Morris Music, Chappell/Morris Ltd., Edwin Morris Music and Range Road Music
3:10
7Knucklehead
double bass:
Alvin "Buddy" Banks (jazz bassist) (on 1952-10-18)
drums (drum set):
Zutty Singleton (on 1952-10-18)
piano:
Randy Downes (on 1952-10-18)
tenor saxophone:
Guy Lafitte (on 1952-10-18)
trombone:
Dicky Wells (on 1952-10-18)
trumpet:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1952-10-18)
recorded at:
Salle Pleyel (1927-) in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1952-10-18)
recording of:
Knucklehead (on 1952-10-18)
composer:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) and Dicky Wells
3:53
8Baby Won't You Please Come Home
double bass:
Alvin "Buddy" Banks (jazz bassist) (on 1952-10-18)
drums (drum set):
Zutty Singleton (on 1952-10-18)
piano:
Randy Downes (on 1952-10-18)
tenor saxophone:
Guy Lafitte (on 1952-10-18)
trombone:
Dicky Wells (on 1952-10-18)
trumpet:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1952-10-18)
vocals:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1952-10-18)
recorded at:
Salle Pleyel (1927-) in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1952-10-18)
cover recording of:
Baby Won’t You Please Come Home (on 1952-10-18)
writer:
Charles Warfield and Clarence Williams (composer / pianist /bandleader)
publisher:
Redwood Music Ltd. (Carlin), Universal‐MCA Music Publishing and Universal/MCA Music Ltd. (not for release label use!)
5:24
9One O'clock Jump
double bass:
Alvin "Buddy" Banks (jazz bassist) (on 1952-10-18)
drums (drum set):
Zutty Singleton (on 1952-10-18)
piano:
Randy Downes (on 1952-10-18)
tenor saxophone:
Guy Lafitte (on 1952-10-18)
trombone:
Dicky Wells (on 1952-10-18)
trumpet:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1952-10-18)
recorded at:
Salle Pleyel (1927-) in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1952-10-18)
recording of:
One O’Clock Jump (on 1952-10-18)
composer:
Count Basie (pianist) (in 1937)
publisher:
EMI Feist Catalog Inc.
5:48
10Perdido
double bass:
Alvin "Buddy" Banks (jazz bassist) (on 1952-10-18)
drums (drum set):
Zutty Singleton (on 1952-10-18)
piano:
Randy Downes (on 1952-10-18)
tenor saxophone:
Guy Lafitte (on 1952-10-18)
trombone:
Dicky Wells (on 1952-10-18)
trumpet:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1952-10-18)
recorded at:
Salle Pleyel (1927-) in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1952-10-18)
cover recording of:
Perdido (with lyrics) (on 1952-10-18)
lyricist:
Ervin Drake (in 1944) and Hans J. Lengsfelder (in 1944)
composer:
Juan Tizol (in 1941)
arranger:
Les Harris (Sr., arranger)
previously attributed to:
Harry Lenk
version of:
Perdido (original instrumental version)
3:34
11When the Saints Go Marching In
double bass:
Alvin "Buddy" Banks (jazz bassist) (on 1952-10-18)
drums (drum set):
Zutty Singleton (on 1952-10-18)
piano:
Randy Downes (on 1952-10-18)
tenor saxophone:
Guy Lafitte (on 1952-10-18)
trombone:
Dicky Wells (on 1952-10-18)
trumpet:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1952-10-18)
vocals:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1952-10-18)
recorded at:
Salle Pleyel (1927-) in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1952-10-18)
recording of:
When the Saints Go Marching In (on 1952-10-18)
lyricist and composer:
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist)
part of:
Roud Folk Song Index (number: 13983)
33:03
12Ghost of a Chance
double bass:
Alvin "Buddy" Banks (jazz bassist) (on 1952-10-18)
drums (drum set):
Zutty Singleton (on 1952-10-18)
piano:
Randy Downes (on 1952-10-18)
tenor saxophone:
Guy Lafitte (on 1952-10-18)
trombone:
Dicky Wells (on 1952-10-18)
trumpet:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1952-10-18)
recorded at:
Salle Pleyel (1927-) in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1952-10-18)
recording of:
(I Don’t Stand) A Ghost of a Chance (on 1952-10-18)
lyricist:
Bing Crosby and Ned Washington
composer:
Victor Young (American composer, arranger, violinist & conductor)
publisher:
Chappell & Co., EMI Harmonies Ltd., Mills Music Limited and Mills Music, Inc.
5:01
13Basin' Street Blues
double bass:
Alvin "Buddy" Banks (jazz bassist) (on 1952-10-18)
drums (drum set):
Zutty Singleton (on 1952-10-18)
piano:
Randy Downes (on 1952-10-18)
tenor saxophone:
Guy Lafitte (on 1952-10-18)
trombone:
Dicky Wells (on 1952-10-18)
trumpet:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1952-10-18)
vocals:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1952-10-18) and Dicky Wells (on 1952-10-18)
recorded at:
Salle Pleyel (1927-) in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1952-10-18)
recording of:
Basin Street Blues (on 1952-10-18)
lyricist:
Spencer Williams (US jazz composer, pianist & singer)
composer:
Spencer Williams (US jazz composer, pianist & singer) (in 1926)
publisher:
EMI Music Publishing Ltd.
5:40
14Lover Man
double bass:
Alvin "Buddy" Banks (jazz bassist) (on 1952-10-18)
drums (drum set):
Zutty Singleton (on 1952-10-18)
piano:
Randy Downes (on 1952-10-18)
tenor saxophone:
Guy Lafitte (on 1952-10-18)
trombone:
Dicky Wells (on 1952-10-18)
trumpet:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1952-10-18)
vocals:
Miriam Burton (on 1952-10-18)
recorded at:
Salle Pleyel (1927-) in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1952-10-18)
recording of:
Lover Man (on 1952-10-18)
lyricist:
Jimmy Davis (songwriter, "Lover Man") (in 1942), Roger “Ram” Ramirez (Puerto Rican jazz pianist) (in 1942) and Jimmy Sherman (in 1942)
composer:
Roger “Ram” Ramirez (Puerto Rican jazz pianist), Jimmy Davis (songwriter, "Lover Man") (in 1942) and Jimmy Sherman (in 1942)
publisher:
MCA Music (not for release label use! this is a music publisher, ASCAP-affiliated) and Universal Music Corp. (USA, affiliated with ASCAP)
3:16
15Summertime
double bass:
Alvin "Buddy" Banks (jazz bassist) (on 1952-10-18)
drums (drum set):
Zutty Singleton (on 1952-10-18)
piano:
Randy Downes (on 1952-10-18)
tenor saxophone:
Guy Lafitte (on 1952-10-18)
trombone:
Dicky Wells (on 1952-10-18)
trumpet:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1952-10-18)
vocals:
Miriam Burton (on 1952-10-18)
recorded at:
Salle Pleyel (1927-) in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1952-10-18)
recording of:
Summertime (American songbook standard from 1935 opera Porgy and Bess) (on 1952-10-18)
lyricist:
Dorothy Kuhns (playwright), Ira Gershwin and DuBose Heyward
composer:
George Gershwin (composer)
publisher:
Chappell & Co., Chappell & Co., Inc. (USA), Chappell Music Ltd., Dubose and Dorothy Heyward Memorial Fund Publishing, George Gershwin Music, Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996), Warner/Chappell, Warner/Chappell Music Holland BV, Warner/Chappell North America Limited (formerly incorporated as Marmalade Music Ltd., from 1968/09/19–1999/11/09), Ira Gershwin Music (in 1935) and WB Music Corp. (1929-2019) (in 1935)
is based on:
Porgy and Bess: Act I, Scene I. “Summertime” (Clara)
2:03
16Jumpin' with Symphony Sid
double bass:
Alvin "Buddy" Banks (jazz bassist) (on 1952-10-18)
drums (drum set):
Zutty Singleton (on 1952-10-18)
piano:
Randy Downes (on 1952-10-18)
tenor saxophone:
Guy Lafitte (on 1952-10-18)
trombone:
Dicky Wells (on 1952-10-18)
trumpet:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1952-10-18)
recorded at:
Salle Pleyel (1927-) in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1952-10-18)
recording of:
Jumpin’ With Symphony Sid (on 1952-10-18)
composer:
Lester Young (saxophonist)
2:16
17Trombone Blues
double bass:
Alvin "Buddy" Banks (jazz bassist) (on 1952-10-18)
drums (drum set):
Zutty Singleton (on 1952-10-18)
piano:
Randy Downes (on 1952-10-18)
tenor saxophone:
Guy Lafitte (on 1952-10-18)
trombone:
Dicky Wells (on 1952-10-18)
trumpet:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1952-10-18)
recorded at:
Salle Pleyel (1927-) in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1952-10-18)
recording of:
Trombone Blues (on 1952-10-18)
composer:
Tom Nixon (Composer of Trombone Blues) and Clarence Williams (composer / pianist /bandleader)
1:58
18St. James Infirmary
clarinet:
Guy Lafitte (on 1952-10-18)
double bass:
Alvin "Buddy" Banks (jazz bassist) (on 1952-10-18)
drums (drum set):
Zutty Singleton (on 1952-10-18)
piano:
Randy Downes (on 1952-10-18)
trombone:
Dicky Wells (on 1952-10-18)
trumpet:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1952-10-18)
vocals:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1952-10-18)
recorded at:
Salle Pleyel (1927-) in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1952-10-18)
recording of:
St. James Infirmary (on 1952-10-18)
lyricist and composer:
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist)
5:21
19Sheik of Araby
double bass:
Alvin "Buddy" Banks (jazz bassist) (on 1952-10-18)
drums (drum set):
Zutty Singleton (on 1952-10-18)
piano:
Randy Downes (on 1952-10-18)
tenor saxophone:
Guy Lafitte (on 1952-10-18)
trombone:
Dicky Wells (on 1952-10-18)
trumpet:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1952-10-18)
recorded at:
Salle Pleyel (1927-) in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1952-10-18)
cover recording of:
The Sheik of Araby (on 1952-10-18)
lyricist:
Harry B. Smith (in 1921) and Francis Wheeler (in 1921)
composer:
Ted Snyder (in 1921)
publisher:
Jerry Vogel Music, Mills Music, Inc., Redwood Music and Salabert
3:42
CD 2
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1Red Top
double bass:
Alvin "Buddy" Banks (jazz bassist) (on 1952-10-18)
drums (drum set):
Zutty Singleton (on 1952-10-18)
piano:
Randy Downes (on 1952-10-18)
tenor saxophone:
Guy Lafitte (on 1952-10-18)
trombone:
Dicky Wells (on 1952-10-18)
trumpet:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1952-10-18)
recorded at:
Salle Pleyel (1927-) in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1952-10-18)
recording of:
Red Top (on 1952-10-18)
composer:
Lionel Hampton and Ben Kynard
4:31
2Royal Garden Blues
double bass:
Alvin "Buddy" Banks (jazz bassist) (on 1952-10-18)
drums (drum set):
Zutty Singleton (on 1952-10-18)
piano:
Randy Downes (on 1952-10-18)
tenor saxophone:
Guy Lafitte (on 1952-10-18)
trombone:
Dicky Wells (on 1952-10-18)
trumpet:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1952-10-18)
recorded at:
Salle Pleyel (1927-) in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1952-10-18)
recording of:
Royal Garden Blues (on 1952-10-18)
composer:
Clarence Williams (composer / pianist /bandleader) (in 1919) and Spencer Williams (US jazz composer, pianist & singer) (in 1919)
4:45
3Solitude
double bass:
Alvin "Buddy" Banks (jazz bassist) (on 1952-10-18)
drums (drum set):
Zutty Singleton (on 1952-10-18)
piano:
Randy Downes (on 1952-10-18)
tenor saxophone:
Guy Lafitte (on 1952-10-18)
trombone:
Dicky Wells (on 1952-10-18)
trumpet:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1952-10-18)
recorded at:
Salle Pleyel (1927-) in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1952-10-18)
instrumental recording of:
(In My) Solitude (on 1952-10-18)
lyricist:
Eddie DeLange (in 1934) and Irving Mills (in 1934)
composer:
Duke Ellington (US composer, pianist & jazz bandleader) (in 1934)
publisher:
J. R. Lafleur & Son Ltd.
5:39
4Tea for Two
double bass:
Alvin "Buddy" Banks (jazz bassist) (on 1952-10-18)
drums (drum set):
Zutty Singleton (on 1952-10-18)
piano:
Randy Downes (on 1952-10-18)
tenor saxophone:
Guy Lafitte (on 1952-10-18)
trombone:
Dicky Wells (on 1952-10-18)
trumpet:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1952-10-18)
recorded at:
Salle Pleyel (1927-) in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1952-10-18)
instrumental recording of:
Tea for Two (No, No, Nanette) (on 1952-10-18)
lyricist:
Irving Caesar
composer:
Vincent Youmans
publisher:
Chappell Music Ltd., Irving Caesar Music Corp., Warner Bros., Inc. (not for release label use!), Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996), WB Music Corp. (1929-2019), ワーナー・チャペル音楽出版 Synch事業部, ヤマハミュージックパブリッシング (until 2017-03-31), Harms, Inc. (on 1924-06-10) 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) (from 2017-04-01 to present)
part of:
No, No, Nanette
3:32
5Chinatown
double bass:
Alvin "Buddy" Banks (jazz bassist) (on 1952-10-18)
drums (drum set):
Zutty Singleton (on 1952-10-18)
piano:
Randy Downes (on 1952-10-18)
tenor saxophone:
Guy Lafitte (on 1952-10-18)
trombone:
Dicky Wells (on 1952-10-18)
trumpet:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1952-10-18)
recorded at:
Salle Pleyel (1927-) in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1952-10-18)
instrumental recording of:
Chinatown (on 1952-10-18)
lyricist:
William Jerome
composer:
Jean Schwartz
2:12
6Drum Face
double bass:
Alvin "Buddy" Banks (jazz bassist) (on 1952-10-18)
drums (drum set):
Zutty Singleton (on 1952-10-18)
piano:
Randy Downes (on 1952-10-18)
tenor saxophone:
Guy Lafitte (on 1952-10-18)
trombone:
Dicky Wells (on 1952-10-18)
trumpet:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1952-10-18)
recorded at:
Salle Pleyel (1927-) in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1952-10-18)
recording of:
Drum Face (on 1952-10-18)
composer:
Zutty Singleton
5:31
7Muskrat Ramble
clarinet:
Guy Lafitte
double bass:
Alvin "Buddy" Banks (jazz bassist) (on 1952-10-18)
drums (drum set):
Zutty Singleton (on 1952-10-18)
piano:
Randy Downes (on 1952-10-18)
tenor saxophone:
Guy Lafitte (on 1952-10-18)
trombone:
Dicky Wells (on 1952-10-18)
trumpet:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1952-10-18)
recorded at:
Salle Pleyel (1927-) in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1952-10-18)
instrumental recording of:
Muskrat Ramble (1950 vocal version) (on 1952-10-18)
lyricist:
Ray Gilbert
composer:
Kid Ory
3:45
8Black and Blue
double bass:
Alvin "Buddy" Banks (jazz bassist) (on 1952-10-18)
drums (drum set):
Zutty Singleton (on 1952-10-18)
piano:
Randy Downes (on 1952-10-18)
tenor saxophone:
Guy Lafitte (on 1952-10-18)
trombone:
Dicky Wells (on 1952-10-18)
trumpet:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1952-10-18)
recorded at:
Salle Pleyel (1927-) in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1952-10-18)
instrumental recording of:
Black and Blue (on 1952-10-18)
lyricist:
Harry Brooks (jazz pianist & songwriter) and Andy Razaf
composer:
Fats Waller
4:10
9Idaho
double bass:
Alvin "Buddy" Banks (jazz bassist) (on 1952-10-18)
drums (drum set):
Zutty Singleton (on 1952-10-18)
piano:
Randy Downes (on 1952-10-18)
tenor saxophone:
Guy Lafitte (on 1952-10-18)
trombone:
Dicky Wells (on 1952-10-18)
trumpet:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1952-10-18)
recorded at:
Salle Pleyel (1927-) in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1952-10-18)
instrumental recording of:
Idaho (on 1952-10-18)
lyricist and composer:
Jesse Stone
5:17
10Out of Nowhere
double bass:
Alvin "Buddy" Banks (jazz bassist) (on 1952-10-18)
drums (drum set):
Zutty Singleton (on 1952-10-18)
piano:
Randy Downes (on 1952-10-18)
tenor saxophone:
Guy Lafitte (on 1952-10-18)
trombone:
Dicky Wells (on 1952-10-18)
trumpet:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1952-10-18)
recorded at:
Salle Pleyel (1927-) in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1952-10-18)
recording of:
Out of Nowhere (on 1952-10-18)
lyricist:
Edward Heyman
composer:
Johnny Green (composer and conductor, often credited as John Green)
publisher:
Famous Music Corporation
4:34
11Indiana
double bass:
Alvin "Buddy" Banks (jazz bassist) (on 1952-10-18)
drums (drum set):
Zutty Singleton (on 1952-10-18)
piano:
Randy Downes (on 1952-10-18)
tenor saxophone:
Guy Lafitte (on 1952-10-18)
trombone:
Dicky Wells (on 1952-10-18)
trumpet:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1952-10-18)
vocals:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter)
recorded at:
Salle Pleyel (1927-) in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1952-10-18)
instrumental recording of:
Indiana (Back Home Again in Indiana) (on 1952-10-18)
lyricist:
Ballard MacDonald (in 1917)
composer:
James F. Hanley (in 1917)
publisher:
B. Feldman & Co. Ltd.
3:34
12Saint Louis Blues
double bass:
Alvin "Buddy" Banks (jazz bassist) (on 1952-10-18)
drums (drum set):
Zutty Singleton (on 1952-10-18)
piano:
Randy Downes (on 1952-10-18)
tenor saxophone:
Guy Lafitte (on 1952-10-18)
trombone:
Dicky Wells (on 1952-10-18)
trumpet:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1952-10-18)
vocals:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter)
recorded at:
Salle Pleyel (1927-) in Paris, Île-de-France, France (on 1952-10-18)
instrumental recording of:
St. Louis Blues (on 1952-10-18)
lyricist and composer:
William Christopher Handy
9:05
13Jumpin' at the Pleyel
double bass:
Guy de Fatto (on 1951-11-09)
drums (drum set):
Gérard "Dave" Pochonet (on 1951-11-09)
guitar:
Jean-Pierre Sasson (on 1951-11-09)
trumpet:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1951-11-09)
recording of:
Jumpin' at the Pleyel (on 1951-11-09)
composer:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) and Jean-Pierre Sasson
2:37
14Si jolie
alto saxophone:
Jay Cameron (jazz saxophonist) (on 1951-11-09)
baritone saxophone:
William Boucaya (on 1951-11-09)
double bass:
Guy de Fatto (on 1951-11-09)
drums (drum set):
Gérard "Dave" Pochonet (on 1951-11-09)
guitar:
Jean-Pierre Sasson (on 1951-11-09)
piano:
Art Simmons (on 1951-11-09)
trombone:
Bill Tamper (on 1951-11-09)
trumpet:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1951-11-09)
vocals:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1951-11-09)
recording of:
Si jolie (on 1951-11-09)
lyricist:
Eddy Marnay
composer:
Philippe-Gérard (French composer & lyricist)
3:13
15The Blues Jumped Up and Got Me
alto saxophone:
Jay Cameron (jazz saxophonist) (on 1951-11-09)
baritone saxophone:
William Boucaya (on 1951-11-09)
double bass:
Guy de Fatto (on 1951-11-09)
drums (drum set):
Gérard "Dave" Pochonet (on 1951-11-09)
guitar:
Jean-Pierre Sasson (on 1951-11-09)
piano:
Art Simmons (on 1951-11-09)
trombone:
Bill Tamper (on 1951-11-09)
trumpet:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1951-11-09)
recording of:
The Blues Jumped Up and Got Me (on 1951-11-09)
composer:
Jimmy Davis (songwriter, "Lover Man") and Jack Hoffman
2:52
16The Blues Jumped Up and Got Me
alto saxophone:
Jay Cameron (jazz saxophonist) (on 1951-11-09)
baritone saxophone:
William Boucaya (on 1951-11-09)
double bass:
Guy de Fatto (on 1951-11-09)
drums (drum set):
Gérard "Dave" Pochonet (on 1951-11-09)
guitar:
Jean-Pierre Sasson (on 1951-11-09)
piano:
Art Simmons (on 1951-11-09)
trombone:
Bill Tamper (on 1951-11-09)
trumpet:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1951-11-09)
recording of:
The Blues Jumped Up and Got Me (on 1951-11-09)
composer:
Jimmy Davis (songwriter, "Lover Man") and Jack Hoffman
2:52
17Come on a' my House
alto saxophone:
Jay Cameron (jazz saxophonist) (on 1951-11-09)
baritone saxophone:
William Boucaya (on 1951-11-09)
double bass:
Guy de Fatto (on 1951-11-09)
drums (drum set):
Gérard "Dave" Pochonet (on 1951-11-09)
guitar:
Jean-Pierre Sasson (on 1951-11-09)
piano:
Art Simmons (on 1951-11-09)
trombone:
Bill Tamper (on 1951-11-09)
trumpet:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1951-11-09)
vocals:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1951-11-09)
recording of:
Come On‐a My House (on 1951-11-09)
writer:
Ross Bagdasarian (creator of Alvin and the Chipmunks) and William Saroyan
publisher:
Adam Bagdasarian Music, Bagdasarian Productions, Carol Bagdasarian Music, EMI Music Publishing France, Peter Maurice Music, Ross Bagdasarian Music, Stanford University Library for Saroyan, The Saroyan Company, Universal Duchess Music Corp., Universal MCA Music Publishing (France), Universal Music Corp. (USA, affiliated with ASCAP), Universal Music Publishing Group Japan (work publisher - do NOT use as a release label), Universal/MCA Music Ltd. (not for release label use!), Universal/MCA Music Publishing GmbH and シンコーミュージック・エンタテイメント
3:20
18Come on a' my House3:17
19Tenderly
alto saxophone:
Jay Cameron (jazz saxophonist) (on 1951-11-09)
baritone saxophone:
William Boucaya (on 1951-11-09)
double bass:
Guy de Fatto (on 1951-11-09)
drums (drum set):
Gérard "Dave" Pochonet (on 1951-11-09)
guitar:
Jean-Pierre Sasson (on 1951-11-09)
piano:
Art Simmons (on 1951-11-09)
trombone:
Bill Tamper (on 1951-11-09)
trumpet:
Bill Coleman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1951-11-09)
recording of:
Tenderly (on 1951-11-09)
lyricist:
Jack Lawrence (US songwriter) (in 1946)
composer:
Walter Gross (American composer) (in 1946)
publisher:
Chappell & Co., Chappell Morris Music, Chappell/Morris Ltd., Edwin Morris Music and Range Road Music
3:06

Credits

Release

photography:Jean‐Pierre Leloir (photographer)
liner notes:Alain Tercinet
ASIN:FR: B000BSNENG [info]

Release Group

part of:Jazz in Paris (number: hs02) (order: 145)