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21 Post subject: Non-American jazz records  PostPosted: Apr 27, 2013 - 11:30 AM
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    Lately the rooster mentioned, that he loves to see "non-American" jazz records. Because of a fairly fine trove, I lately made, I thought it might be interesting for some of the jazz aficionados here to see some of them. So let me start with a tasty cover from a German release of 1958.

    A well known artist:

    Django Reinhardt 's/t' (DE RCA EPC-1100-2, 1958)
    this is the second E.P. of a set of three, there was also an LP with the same cover. This set should contain the songs from the album shared on three 7-inch E.P.s



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Post subject: RE: Non-American jazz records  PostPosted: Apr 27, 2013 - 02:28 PM
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Just love those German Tri centres, when I first saw one I thought it was one of those push in efforts that are used on dinked records.
 
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Post subject: Re: Non-American jazz records  PostPosted: Apr 27, 2013 - 04:47 PM
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B_big. wrote:
Lately the rooster mentioned, that he loves to see "non-American" jazz records



Indeed I do! very cool, Big. Give me more...


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6 Post subject: More! As requested  PostPosted: May 01, 2013 - 04:30 AM
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rooster wrote:
Indeed I do! very cool, Big. Give me more...

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    Don't wanna keep you waitin' for too long . . .

      Gene Krupa - 'The Gene Krupa Sextet' (uk Columbia, 7-inch E. P. - SEB 10007, ?) Clef series, my guess - mid 50s

    Tracks:
      'Whos's Rhythm' (Shavers)
      'Second Helping Blues' (Shavers)

    Personnel:
      Drums - Gene Krupa
      Trombone - Bill Hrris
      Trumpet - Charlie Shavers
      Tenor Saxophone - Eddie Davis
      Bass - Ray Brown
      Piano - Teddy Wilson
        (supervised by Norman Granz)



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Very nice, Falk. That's the same cover that was used on the U.S. LP, "The Gene Krupa Sextet Album #3" (Clef MGC 631), which contained those two tracks. The only differences being in the text. You're correct that it was released in the mid-1950's. the LP (on Norman Granz's Clef label) was recorded on February 2, 1954 in NYC and released shortly thereafter. Neither of those tracks were ever released on an American 45, to my knowledge.

It may be of interest to you, Falk (and others, perhaps) that the Eddie Davis who is listed as The tenor player is probably better known as Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis.


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23 Post subject: Woohsheddin' With Woody  PostPosted: May 05, 2013 - 09:16 AM
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    @ Rooster: Thanks Curt for the additional information regarding the Gene Krupa Sextet E. P., it's appreciated.

    Here's one more from my latest haul:

      'Woody' - Woody Herman und sein Orchester* (de Brunswick - 10 035 EPB, 1955)
      *= means of course 'and his Orchestra'

    Track-listing:
      A-side:
        'Woodsheddin' with Woody' [Martin] - (originally recorded 1941)
          Personell:
          trumpet: Ray Lynn, Steady Nelson, Cappy Lewis
          trombone: Neal Reid, Jerry Rosa, Vic Herman
          alto saxophone: Jimmy Horvath, Sam Rubinwitch
          tenos saxophone: Herbie Hames, Saxie Mansfield
          clarinet: Woody Herman
          paino: tommy Lineham
          guitar: Hy White
          bass: Walter Yoder
          drums: Frank Carlson

        'The Golden Wedding' [Marie] - (originally recorded 1940)
          Personell:
          trumpet: Bob Price, Steady Nelson, Cappy Lewis
          trombone: Neal Reid, Bud Smith
          flugelhorn: Joe Bishop
          alto saxophone: Bill Vitale, Herb Tompkins
          tenos saxophone: Saxie Mansfield, Mikey Folus
          clarinet: Woody Herman
          paino: tommy Lineham
          guitar: Hy White
          bass: Walter Yoder
          drums: Frank Carlson


      B-side:
        'Blue Flame' [Noble] - (originally recorded 1941)
          Personell:
          trumpet: John Owens, Cappy Lewis, Steady Nelson
          trombone: Neal Reid, Jerry Rosa, Vic Herman
          alto saxophone: Herbert Tompkins, Wddie Scalzi
          tenos saxophone: Mickey Folus, Saxie Mansfield
          clarinet: Woody Herman
          paino: tommy Lineham
          guitar: Hy White
          bass: Walter Yoder
          drums: Frank Carlson

        'What Dat Up Dere?' [Kent/Russell] - (originally recorded 1943)
          Personell:
          trumpet: Robert Guyer, Ray Wetzel, Cappy Lewis, Nick Travis
          trombone: Al Mastren, Eddie Bert, Ed Kiefer
          alto saxophone: Johnny Bothwell, Charles DeMaggio
          tenos saxophone: Pete Mondello, Ben Webster
          clarinet, vocals: Woody Herman
          paino: Dick Kane
          guitar: Hy White
          bass: Chubby Jackson
          bass saxophone: Skippy DeSair
          drums: Cliff Leeman


    The seams of German issues were sewn these days, not glued as it later was common usage!



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Post subject: Dave Digs Disney  PostPosted: May 09, 2013 - 04:34 PM
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Nice little fontana EP



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Post subject: RE: Dave Digs Disney  PostPosted: May 09, 2013 - 08:39 PM
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I found three Fats Waller ten inchers at a Cody, Wyoming thrift recently. They're on the HMV label, UK imports. The vinyl on all was pristine, looks unplayed and well preserved thanks to poly lined innersleeves. Here's two of them:



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The third Fats Waller ten incher:



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    Jimboo, Cactus, great additions, good to have you contributing with me on this thread.
    I especially love the 'Early Piano Solos' cover.

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