Groovin' High
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Black & White Jazz

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Recorded February 9, 1945:
0:00 A1 Blue 'N' Boogie (Gillespie, Frank Paparelli)
Piano - Frank Paparelli
Base - Murray Shipinsky
Drums - Shelly Manne
Trumpet - Dizzy Gillespie
Tenor Sax - Dexter Gordon
Guitar - Chuck Wayne
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Recorded February or March 1945:
2:51 A2 Groovin' High (Gillespie)
5:28 A3 Dizzy Atmosphere (Gillespie)
8:11 A4 All The Things You Are (Oscar Hammerstein, Jerome Kern)
Piano - Clyde Hart
Bass - Slam Stewart
Drums - Cozy Cole
Trumpet - Dizzy Gillespie
Alto Sax - Charlie Parker
Guitar - Remo Palmieri
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Recorded May 11, 1945:
10:54 A5 Hot House (Tadd Dameron)
13:59 A6 Salt Peanuts (Kenny Clarke, Gillespie)
Piano - Al Haig
Bass - Curly Russell
Drums - Sid Catlett
Trumpet - Dizzy Gillespie
Alto Sax - Charlie Parker
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Recorded May 15, 1946:
17:08 B1 Oop Bop Sha Bam (Ray Brown, Gil Fuller, Gillespie)
20:05 B2 That's Earl, Brother (Brown, Fuller, Gillespie)
Piano - Al Haig
Bass - Ray Brown
Drums - Kenny Clarke
Vibes - Milt Jackson
Trumpet - Dizzy Gillespie
Alto sax - Sonny Stitt
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Recorded July 9, 1946:
22:41 B3 Things to Come (Fuller, Gillespie)
25:24 B4 One Bass Hit, Part 2 (Brown, Fuller, Gillespie)
28:14 B5 Ray's Idea (Brown, Fuller, Gillespie)
Piano - John Lewis
Bass - Ray Brown
Drums - Kenny Clarke
Vibes - Milt Jackson
Baritone sax - Leo Parker
Alto sax - Howard Johnson, Sonny Stitt
Tenor sax - Ray Abrams, Warren Lucky
Trombone - Alton Moore, Gordon Thomas, Leon Cormonges
Trumpet - Dizzy Gillespie, Dave Burns, Elmon Wright, John Lynch, Kenny Dorham, Talib Daawud
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Recorded June 10, 1946:
30:33 B6 Our Delight (Tadd Dameron)
Piano - John Lewis
Bass - Ray Brown
Drums - Kenny Clarke
Vibes - Milt Jackson
Baritone sax - Pee Wee Moore
Alto sax - Howard Johnson, Sonny Stitt, John Brown
Tenor sax - Ray Abrams, Warren Lucky
Trombone - Alton Moore, Charles Greenlea
Trumpet - Dizzy Gillespie, Dave Burns, John Lynch, Ray Orr, Talib Daawud
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Recorded November 12, 1946:
33:00 B7 Emanon (Gillespie, Shaw)
Piano - John Lewis
Bass - Ray Brown
Drums - Joe Harris
Vibes - Milt Jackson
Baritone sax - Pee Wee Moore
Alto sax - John Brown, Scoops Carey
Tenor sax - Bill Frazier, James Moody
Trombone - Alton Moore, Gordon Thomas, Taswell Baird
Trumpet - Dizzy Gillespie, Dave Burns, Elmon Wright, John Lynch, Matthew McKay



microbird productions

@Paul Acton @Lorenzo Siri -- Hello, one year in the past. Charlie Parker isn't on track one, but Parker was also dead by 1955. Anyway, Parker is surely on several tracks. Credits (from discogs) include: Alto Saxophone – Charlie Parker (tracks: A2 to A6), Sonny Stitt (tracks: B1, B2)
Bass – Curly Russell (tracks: A5, A6), Murray Shipinsky (tracks: A1), Ray Brown (tracks: B1 to B7), Slam Stewart (tracks: A2 to A4)
Drums – Cozy Cole (tracks: A2 to A4), Joe Harris (3) (tracks: B7), Kenny Clarke (tracks: B1 to B6), Shelly Manne (tracks: A1), Sid Catlett* (tracks: A5, A6)
Guitar – Chuck Wayne (tracks: A1), Remo Palmieri (tracks: A2 to A4)
Piano – Al Haig (tracks: A5, A6, B1, B2), Clyde Hart (tracks: A2 to A4), Frank Paparelli (tracks: A1), John Lewis (2) (tracks: B3 to B7)
Saxophone – Billy Frazier* (tracks: B7), Howard Johnson (6) (tracks: B1 to B6), James Moody, John Brown (3) (tracks: B1 to B7), Ray Abrams (tracks: B1 to B6), Saul Moore (tracks: B1 to B7), Scoops Carey (tracks: B7), Lucky Warren* (tracks: B1 to B7)
Tenor Saxophone – Dexter Gordon (tracks: A1)
Trombone – Alton Moore (tracks: B1 to B7), Gordon Thomas (tracks: B1 to B7), Leon Cormenge* (tracks: B1 to B6), Taswell Baird (tracks: B7)
Trumpet – Dave Burns (tracks: B1 to B7), Dizzy Gillespie, Elman Wright* (tracks: B7), John Lynch (4) (tracks: B1 to B7), Matthew McKay (tracks: B7), Raymond Orr (tracks: B1 to B6), Talib Daawud (tracks: B1 to B6)
Vibraphone – Milt Jackson (tracks: B1 to B7)



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hej ter

I always find that kind of sad that drums are inaudible on this album

Under A. Desk

@chonkmonk Bass? It sounds great!

chonkmonk

Bass to :(

Sam Doherty

10:54 ‘ Hot House ‘ is amazing

ABRAÃO BELCHIOL

The best

Emily Boyer

okay who is playing that gorgeous saxophone? That first solo in Blue N Boogie hit me fast!

intrepidpooch

That’s either a very young Dexter Gordon or Lucky Thompson on Blue n Boogie, not Bird.

Jose nacul

the yardbird

Black & White Jazz

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Recorded February 9, 1945:
0:00 A1 Blue 'N' Boogie (Gillespie, Frank Paparelli)
Piano - Frank Paparelli
Base - Murray Shipinsky
Drums - Shelly Manne
Trumpet - Dizzy Gillespie
Tenor Sax - Dexter Gordon
Guitar - Chuck Wayne
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Recorded February or March 1945:
2:51 A2 Groovin' High (Gillespie)
5:28 A3 Dizzy Atmosphere (Gillespie)
8:11 A4 All The Things You Are (Oscar Hammerstein, Jerome Kern)
Piano - Clyde Hart
Bass - Slam Stewart
Drums - Cozy Cole
Trumpet - Dizzy Gillespie
Alto Sax - Charlie Parker
Guitar - Remo Palmieri
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Recorded May 11, 1945:
10:54 A5 Hot House (Tadd Dameron)
13:59 A6 Salt Peanuts (Kenny Clarke, Gillespie)
Piano - Al Haig
Bass - Curly Russell
Drums - Sid Catlett
Trumpet - Dizzy Gillespie
Alto Sax - Charlie Parker
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Recorded May 15, 1946:
17:08 B1 Oop Bop Sha Bam (Ray Brown, Gil Fuller, Gillespie)
20:05 B2 That's Earl, Brother (Brown, Fuller, Gillespie)
Piano - Al Haig
Bass - Ray Brown
Drums - Kenny Clarke
Vibes - Milt Jackson
Trumpet - Dizzy Gillespie
Alto sax - Sonny Stitt
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Recorded July 9, 1946:
22:41 B3 Things to Come (Fuller, Gillespie)
25:24 B4 One Bass Hit, Part 2 (Brown, Fuller, Gillespie)
28:14 B5 Ray's Idea (Brown, Fuller, Gillespie)
Piano - John Lewis
Bass - Ray Brown
Drums - Kenny Clarke
Vibes - Milt Jackson
Baritone sax - Leo Parker
Alto sax - Howard Johnson, Sonny Stitt
Tenor sax - Ray Abrams, Warren Lucky
Trombone - Alton Moore, Gordon Thomas, Leon Cormonges
Trumpet - Dizzy Gillespie, Dave Burns, Elmon Wright, John Lynch, Kenny Dorham, Talib Daawud
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Recorded June 10, 1946:
30:33 B6 Our Delight (Tadd Dameron)
Piano - John Lewis
Bass - Ray Brown
Drums - Kenny Clarke
Vibes - Milt Jackson
Baritone sax - Pee Wee Moore
Alto sax - Howard Johnson, Sonny Stitt, John Brown
Tenor sax - Ray Abrams, Warren Lucky
Trombone - Alton Moore, Charles Greenlea
Trumpet - Dizzy Gillespie, Dave Burns, John Lynch, Ray Orr, Talib Daawud
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Recorded November 12, 1946:
33:00 B7 Emanon (Gillespie, Shaw)
Piano - John Lewis
Bass - Ray Brown
Drums - Joe Harris
Vibes - Milt Jackson
Baritone sax - Pee Wee Moore
Alto sax - John Brown, Scoops Carey
Tenor sax - Bill Frazier, James Moody
Trombone - Alton Moore, Gordon Thomas, Taswell Baird
Trumpet - Dizzy Gillespie, Dave Burns, Elmon Wright, John Lynch, Matthew McKay

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