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January  Shelly Manne & His Men: The Gambit
January  Kenton With Voices
February  Quincy Jones: Go West, Man!
June  Jackie and Roy: Free and Easy
June  Howard Lucraft: Showcase For Modern Jazz
June  Mel Lewis Sextet
June  Shelly Manne: Vol. 2
August  Manny Albam and the Jazz Greats of Our Time, Vol. 2
December  Charlie Mariano ~ Jerry Dodgion Sextet: Beauties of 1918

Shelly Manne & His Men
The Gambit

Volume 7

Shelly Manne & His Men • The Gambit Personnel:
  • Stu Williamson – trumpet
  • Charlie Mariano – alto saxophone
  • Russ Freeman – piano
  • Monty Budwig – bass
  • Shelly Manne – drums
Titles:
  1. Queen's Pawn
  2. En Passant
  3. Castling
  4. Checkmate
  5. Blu Gnu (Charlie Mariano)
  6. Tom Brown's Buddy
  7. Hugo Hurwhey
Recorded at Contemporary Studio, Los Angeles, California, USA
Track 1 recorded January 14, 1957
Track 2 recorded July 17, 1957
Tracks 3 & 4 recorded July 25, 1957
Tracks 5, 6 & 7 recorded February 24, 1958
Released on LP by Contemporary (USA) C-3557
Reissued on CD March 23, 1999 by Original Jazz Classics (USA) OJCCD-1007-2

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Stan Kenton Orchestra
Kenton With Voices

Stan Kenton Orchestra • Kenton With Voices

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Quincy Jones
Go West, Man!

Quincy Jones • Go West, Man! Personnel:
  • Quincy Jones – conductor
     
  • Session A
    • Benny Carter – alto saxophone
    • Art Pepper – alto saxophone
    • Herb Geller – alto saxophone
    • Charlie Mariano – alto saxophone
    • Lou Levy – piano
    • Red Mitchell – bass
    • Shelly Manne – drums

  • Session B
    • Harry Edison – trumpet
    • Conte Candoli – trumpet
    • Pete Candoli – trumpet
    • Jack Sheldon – trumpet
    • Carl Perkins – piano
    • Leroy Vinnegar – bass
    • Mel Lewis – drums

  • Session C
    • Buddy Collette – tenor saxophone
    • Bill Perkins – tenor saxophone
    • Walter Benton – tenor saxophone
    • Pepper Adams – baritone saxophone
    • Carl Perkins – piano
    • Leroy Vinnegar – bass
    • Shelly Manne – drums
Titles:
  1. Dancin' Pants (Giuffre) 3:47
  2. Blues Day (Giuffre) 4:40
  3. Bright Moon (Giuffre) 5:17
  4. No Bones At All (Mandel) 3:55
  5. The Oom Is Blues (Mariano) 5:06
  6. Be My Guest (Niehaus) 4:27
  7. Medley 6:17
    • What's New
    • We'll Be Together Again
    • Time On My Hands
    • You Go To My Head
    • Laura
  8. London Derriere (Mandel) 4:03
  9. Kings Road Blues (Niehaus) 5:02
Recorded February 25, 1957 in Los Angeles, California, USA
Released by ABC-Paramount (USA) ABC 186 | Jasmine (Spain) JSAM-1048

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Jackie and Roy
Free and Easy

w/ Bill Holman's Orchestra

Jackie and Roy • Free and Easy Personnel:
  • Al Porcino – trumpet
  • Stu Williamson – trumpet, valve trombone
  • Frank Rosolino – trombone
  • Ray Sims – trombone
  • Charlie Mariano – alto saxophone
  • Herbie Mann – tenor saxophone, flute
  • Richie Kamuca – tenor saxophone
  • Dave Pell – baritone saxophone
  • Russ Freeman – piano
  • Roy Kral – piano, vocals
  • Max Bennett – bass
  • Shelly Manne – drums
  • Jackie Cain – vocals
  • Bill Holman – conductor, arranger
Titles:
  1. A1: Free And Easy
  2. A2: There Will Never Be Another You
  3. A3: Angel Eyes
  4. A4: It's A Lovely Day Today
  5. A5: Dixie
  6. B1: Who Wants To Fall In Love
  7. B2: So It's Spring
  8. B3: Ooh! That Kiss
  9. B4: I'm Glad There Is You
  10. B5: Aren't You Glad You're You
  11. B6: Pent Up House
Recorded in Los Angeles, California, USA
Tracks 1-3 recorded June 6, 1957
Tracks 4-7 recorded June 7, 1957
Tracks 8-11 recorded June 8, 1957
Released by ABC Paramount (Japan) YW 8527 | HMV (UK) CLP 1232

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Howard Lucraft
Showcase for Modern Jazz

Howard Lucraft • Showcase For Modern Jazz Personnel:
  • Bud Shank – flute (1,7), alto saxophone (4,7)
  • Buddy Collette – clarinet (1), baritone saxophone (4,7)
  • Conte Candoli – trumpet (2,5,8)
  • Stu Williamson – trumpet (2,5,8)
  • Frank Rosolino – trombone (2,5,8)
  • Charlie Mariano – tenor & alto saxophones (2,5,8), baritone saxophone (5,8)
  • Bob Cooper – oboe (3,6), tenor saxophone (3,6,9)
  • Art Pepper – alto saxophone (3,6,9), tenor saxophone (6)
  • Pete Jolly – piano (2,8), accordion (2,5,8)
  • Claude Williamson – piano (3,6,9)
  • John Doe – guitar (1,4,7)
  • Howard Lucraft – guitar (5,8)
  • Red Mitchell – bass (1,4,7)
  • Leroy Vinegar – bass (2,5,8)
  • Monty Budwig – bass (3,6,9)
  • Mel Lewis – drums (1,4,7)
  • Shelly Manne – drums (2,5,8)
  • Stan Levey – drums (3,6,9)
Titles:
  1. A1: Blue Moon
  2. A2: I'll Never Say 'Never Again' Again
  3. A3: California Zephyr (Howard Lucraft)
  4. A4: I May Be Wrong
  5. A5: Larissa (Howard Lucraft)
  6. B1: Midnight Sun (Sonny Burke, Lionel Hampton)
  7. B2: Smog a la Mode (Howard Lucraft)
  8. B3: Jazz for Gene (Howard Lucraft)
  9. B4: Two Part Contention (Dave Brubeck)
Recorded June 8, 1957 in Los Angeles, California, USA
Released by Decca (USA) DL 8679

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Thanks to Michael Evans for providing me with a scan of the LP cover's back side with the credits.


Mel Lewis
Mel Lewis Sextet

Mel Lewis • Mel Lewis Sextet Personnel:
  • Jack Sheldon – trumpet
  • Bill Holman – tenor & baritone saxophones
  • Charlie Mariano – alto & tenor saxophones
  • Marty Paich – piano
  • Buddy Clark – bass
  • Mel Lewis – drums
Titles:
  1. Brookside (Bob Brookmeyer) 4:20
  2. You Took Advantage of Me (Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart) 5:13
  3. Zig Zag (Bob Brookmeyer) 5:05
  4. Jazz Goes to Siwash (Bill Holman) 4:11
  5. Charlie's Cavern (Jack Sheldon) 5:19
  6. Grey Flannel (Marty Paich) 6:25
Recorded June, 1957 in Los Angeles, California, USA
Released by Mode (USA) MOD-LP 103, VSOP 18 LP/CD

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Shelly Manne and His Men
Vol. 6 - Concerto for Clarinet and Combo

Shelly Manne and His Men • Vol. 6 - Concerto for Clarinet and Combo
Contemporary C 2511
Personnel:
  • Ollie Mitchell – trumpet
  • Shorty Rogers – trumpet
  • Bob Enevoldsen – valve trombone
  • Paul Sarmento – tuba
  • Charlie Mariano – alto & tenor saxophones
  • Russ Freeman – piano
  • Joe Mondragon – bass
  • Shelly Manne – drums
Titles:
  1. Dimension In Thirds 2:52
  2. Shapes, Motions, Colors 6:42
  3. Alternation 3:34
  4. Divertimento For Brass And Rhythm 2:52
  5. Lullaby 2:25
  6. Etude De Concert 6:37
  7. Concerto For Clarinet & Combo
    • 1st Movement 5:10
    • 2nd Movement 8:18
    • 3rd Movement 6:31
Concerto For Clarinet & Combo recorded June 24, 1957 at Contemporary Studio, in Los Angeles, California, USA
Originally released by Contemporary (USA) C-3536
Other tracks to be clarified
Released on CD November 19, 1998 by Original Jazz Classics (USA) OJCCD-1910-2

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Manny Albam
Manny Albam and the Jazz Greats of Our Time, Vol. 2

Manny Albam and the Jazz Greats of Our Time, Vol. 2
Coral CRL 57124
Personnel:
  • Conte Candoli – trumpet
  • Jack Sheldon – trumpet (on tracks #1-3)
  • Harry Edison – trumpet (on tracks #4-7)
  • Stu Williamson – valve trombone
  • Herb Geller – alto saxophone
  • Charlie Mariano – alto, tenor & baritone saxophones
  • Richie Kamuca – tenor saxophone
  • Med Flory – tenor saxophone (on tracks #1-3)
  • Bill Holman – tenor saxophone (on tracks #4-7)
  • Lou Levy – piano
  • Red Mitchell – bass
  • Shelly Manne – drums
  • Manny Albam – leader, composer, arranger
Titles:
  1. Thunderburt (baritone saxophone)
  2. Afterthoughts
  3. How Long Has This Been Going On
  4. Jive At Five
  5. It's De Lovely (baritone saxophone)
  6. Sweet's Bread
  7. Interwoven (alto saxophone)
Charlie Mariano plays tenor saxophone during trumpet solos

Recorded 1957 in Los Angeles, California, USA
Tracks #1-3 recorded August 14th
Tracks #4-6 recorded August 15th
Track 8 recorded August 16th
Released by Coral (USA) CRL 57124

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Charlie Mariano ~ Jerry Dodgion Sextet
Beauties of 1918

Charlie Mariano ~ Jerry Dodgion Sextet • Beauties Of 1918
Pacific Jazz CP32-5360

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Fresh Sound
Personnel:
  • Charlie Mariano – alto saxophone,
    recorder on 3
  • Jerry Dodgion – alto saxophone, flute
  • Victor Feldman – vibraphone
  • Jimmy Rowles – piano
  • Monty Budwig – bass
  • Shelly Manne – drums
Titles:
  1. After You've Gone (Creamer, Layton) 4:49
  2. When Johnny Comes Marching Home (L. Lambert) 5:13
  3. Deep River (H. Burleigh) 5:40
  4. Till We Meet Again (Egan, Whiting) 4:15
  5. K-K-K-Katy (J. O'Hara) 5:27
  6. 'til The Clouds Roll By (Kern, Bolton, Wodelhouse) 2:39
  7. Over There (G.M. Cohan) 4:22
  8. Ja Da (B. Carelton) 4:17
  9. Hello, Central, Give Me No Man's Land (Lewis, Young, Swartz) 3:57
  10. Vamp's Blues (Charlie Mariano) 7:05
Recorded December 10 & 11, 1957 at Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, California, USA
Produced by Russ Freeman
Released by World Pacific (USA) 1014, WP 1245
Reissued by Fresh Sound (Spain) FSRCD 520, titled The Vamp's Blues
Reissued by Liberty (Japan) LLR 8889
Reissued on CD by Pacific Jazz (Japan) CP32-5360

Notes: Bonus track on Japanese reissue.

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