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“Air mail special” by Benny Goodman, Jimmy Mundy, Charlie Christian. Count Basie and his Orchestra: Al Killian, Ed Lewis, Buck Clayton, Harry “Sweets” Edison – trumpet Dicky Wells, Ed Cuffee, Dan Minor – trombone Earle [More]
“Dark Rapture” (Benny Goodman, Edgar Sampson, Manny Kurtz). Personnel: Count Basie – piano Buck Clayton, Harry “Sweets” Edison, Ed Lewis – trumpets Dicky Wells, Dan Minor, Benny Morton – trombones Earl Warren, Herschel Evans, Lester [More]
The Bosses is a 1973 album by American blues shouter “Big Joe” Turner accompanied by a small group led by Count Basie, recorded in 1973 and released on the Pablo label. Count Basie and an [More]
This еаrlу Cоnсоrd rесоrdіng (whісh іѕ available оn CD) is unuѕuаl in a couple of wауѕ. Guіtаrіѕt Hеrb Ellіѕ and bassist Rау Brown (who аrе thе со-lеаdеrѕ) аrе joined nоt оnlу bу trumреtеr Harry “Swееtѕ” [More]
Conversin’ with the Elders is the fourth album by saxophonist James Carter recorded in late 1995 and early 1996 and released on the Atlantic label.[1] The album features guest appearances by Lester Bowie, Larry Smith, [More]
Patented by Edison is a 1960 jazz album by American jazz trumpeter Harry “Sweets” Edison and the Harry “Sweets” Edison Quintet. The album, recorded in New York City on February 12, 1960 and first issued [More]
All or Nothing at All is a studio album by Billie Holiday, recorded in 1956 and 1957 and released by Verve Records in 1958. A later 2 CD re-issue combined all of the tracks from [More]
Ellis in Wonderland is the debut album by jazz guitarist Herb Ellis, accompanied by the Oscar Peterson trio, trumpeter Harry “Sweets” Edison, and saxophonists Charlie Mariano and Jimmy Giuffre. AllMusic Review by Ken Dryden: In [More]
Going For Myself is a 1957 jazz album by Harry “Sweets” Edison and Lester Young accompanied by Oscar Peterson. The album is one of Young’s last studio recordings. Track listing: “Flic” (Oscar Peterson, Lester Young) [More]
Although it is billed as a Duke Ellington and Johnny Hodges album, Side by Side is a 1959 album mostly under the leadership of Johnny Hodges, Duke Ellington’s alto saxophonist for many years. Ellington only [More]