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Nat Pierce

Orchestra
Featuring Charlie Mariano - Ralph Burns - Teddi King
1948 - 1950

Nat Pierce Orchestra 1948 - 1950
ZIM ZM-1005
 
Personnel:
  • Tracks #1 & 2
    • Bill Adams – trumpet
    • Gait Preddy – trumpet
    • Buddy Hartford – trumpet
    • Bud Wilson – trumpet
    • Mert Goodspeed – trombone, arrangements
    • Joe Fine – trombone
    • Joe Laconi – trombone
    • Sebastian Giacco – alto saxophone, arrangements
    • Charlie Mariano – alto & soprano saxophones
    • Chuck Stentz – tenor saxophone
    • George Green – tenor saxophone
    • Gordon Barrentine – baritone saxophone
    • Nat Pierce – piano
    • Steve Hester – guitar
    • Frank Vaccaro – bass
    • Joe MacDonald – drums
       
  • Tracks #3 & 4
    • Nick Capezuto – trumpet
    • Lennie Johnson – trumpet
    • Gait Preddy – trumpet
    • Bud Wilson – trumpet
    • Mert Goodspeed – trombone
    • Joe Fine – trombone
    • Frank Lane – trombone
    • Sebastian Giacco – alto saxophone
    • Charlie Mariano – alto saxophone
    • George Green – tenor saxophone
    • Phil Viscuglia – tenor saxophone
    • Gordon Barrentine – baritone saxophone
    • Nat Pierce – piano, arrangements
    • Steve Hester – guitar
    • Frank Gallagher – bass
    • Joe MacDonald – drums
       
  • Track #5
    same as above, but
    • Dave Chapman – alto saxophone
      replaces Sebastian Giacco
       
  • Tracks #6 & 7
    same as on track #5, but
    • Sam Margolis – tenor saxophone
    • Teddi King – vocals
      added
       
  • Tracks #8-11
    • Don Stratton – trumpet
    • Roy Caton – trumpet
    • Perry Wilson – trumpet
    • Dud Harvey – trumpet
    • Sonny Truitt – trombone
    • Bob Carr – trombone
    • Frank Lane – trombone
    • Dave Chapman – alto saxophone
    • Charlie Mariano – alto saxophone
    • Art Pirie – tenor saxophone
    • Randy Henderson – tenor saxophone
    • George Myers – baritone saxophone
    • Nat Pierce – piano, arrangements
    • Frank Gallagher – bass
    • Joe MacDonald – drums
    • Teddi King – vocals
       
  • Tracks #12 & 13
    • Don Stratton – trumpet
    • Joe Giuffreda – trumpet
    • Perry Wilson – trumpet
    • Dud Harvey – trumpet
    • Sonny Truitt – trombone
    • Bob Carr – trombone
    • Joe Borghetti – trombone
    • Dave Chapman – alto saxophone
    • Charlie Mariano – alto saxophone
    • Art Pirie – tenor saxophone
    • Phil Viscuglia – tenor saxophone
    • George Myers – baritone saxophone
    • Nat Pierce – piano, arrangements
    • Chet Kruley – guitar
    • Frank Gallagher – bass
    • Joe MacDonald or Sam Feddi – drums
    • Teddi King – vocals
       
  • Track #14
    same as on tracks #8-11, but
    • Chet Kruley – guitar
    • Ralph Burns – piano, arrangements
      added
       
Titles:
  1. Hype-Hype
  2. Besame Mucho
  3. Autumn In New York
  4. Tea For Two
  5. Kinda Girl
  6. Crown Pilots
  7. Boodbye Mr. Chops
  8. You Don't Know What Love Is
  9. Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea
  10. It Might As Well Be Spring
  11. Seersucker Blues (arranged by Charlie Mariano)
  12. Oh, You Crazy Moon
  13. Indian Summer
  14. Red Hills And Green Barns
    • Part 1
    • Part 2
    • Part 3
Recorded in Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Tracks #1 & 2 recorded July-September 1948 at ACE Recording Studio
Tracks #3 & 4 recorded April 23, 1949 at Boston Conservatory Auditorium
Track #5 recorded late April/early May 1949 at ACE Recording Studio
Tracks #6 & 7 recorded May 19, 1949 at Boston Conservatory Auditorium
Tracks #8-11 recorded November 9, 1950 at WCOP Radio Studios
Tracks #12 & 13 recorded November 1950 at John Hancock Auditorium
Track #14 recorded December 4 & 11, 1950 at WCOP Radio Studios
Released by ZIM (USA) ZM-1005

Note: The titles are listed in the same order as in Robert G. Pettibone's discography. The order of titles on the LP (which neither is in my possession nor documented at the sources I checked) may be different.

Learn more about Nat Pierce on the Bands & Leaders page

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