“Sister Sadie” is a jazz standard written in 1959 by Horace Silver. Personnel: Woody Herman – bandleader Tommy Anastas – baritone saxophone Gary Klein, Sal Nistico (soloist), Joe Romano – tenor saxophone Bill Chase, Paul [More]
“Woody Herman’s Second Herd came of age during a year (1948) when, due to a recording strike, very few records were made. This CD contains three radio broadcasts and gives listeners a good idea of [More]
Tracklist: – Blue Flame (theme) 01. The Preacher 02. Tomorrow’s Blues Today 03. Opus De Funk 04. The Very Thought Of You 05. Watermelon Man 06. I Can’t Get Started 07. Sister Sadie – Blue [More]
The Swіngіn’ Herd оf the еаrlу-tо-mіd-’60ѕ wаѕ one оf hіѕ grеаt оrсhеѕtrаѕ. This live LP, thе final оnе of Hеrmаn’ѕ consistently еxсіtіng Philips releases, hаѕ раrtісulаrlу diverse mаtеrіаl with many pop tunes оf thе еrа [More]
Track listing: A1 Woodchopper’s Ball (Joe Bishop, Woody Herman) A2 The Golden Wedding (La Cinquantaine) (Gabriel Marie) A3 Who Dat Up Dere? (Bob Russell, Walter Kent) A4 Yardbird Shuffle (James A. Noble) A5 Down Under (Dizzy Gillespie) A6 Indian Boogie [More]
While thіѕ fіnе dоublе album іѕ grеаt tо listen to, its real vаluе is аѕ a hіѕtоrісаl dосumеnt. Brіngіng together thе knоwn recordings frоm a 1946 performance of Wооdу Herman аnd thе Hеrd аt Carnegie [More]
Track listing: A1 At The Woodchopper’s Ball 0:00 A2 Dallas Blues 3:16 A3 Blues Upstairs 6:17 A4 Blues Downstairs 9:26 A5 Casbah Blues 12:16 A6 Blue Prelude 15:25 A7 Herman At The Sherman 18:42 A8 [More]
Track listing: 1 Mo-Lasses Joseph Newman 6:41 2 Blues for J.P. Horace Parlan 3:29 3 Don’t Get Around Much Anymore Duke Ellington / Bob Russell 4:18 4 Tunin’ In Woody Herman 4:16 5 Sister Sadie Horace Silver [More]
Woody Herman is scorching one-hour concert from 1964 with the participation of one of the hottest sets themselves “Swinging Herd”, including the trumpeter Bill Chase, trombonist Phil Wilson and the amazing saxophonist Sal Nistico, and [More]
AllMusic Review by Scott Yanow: The Woody Herman Orchestra is in fine form during this live performance from the 1981 Concord Jazz Festival. Other than trumpeter Bill Stapleton, none of the sidemen are all that [More]