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Sunday, April 30, 2017

Baritone Boppers

These are some of the slightly lesser-known folks who mastered the art of playing bop on the big horn early on. So, dig 2 hours of baritone sax on the DuPlex recorded on 4.27.17



Blue Serge/Mad Monk-Serge Chaloff - baritone sax, Ralph Burns - piano, Chuck Wayne - guitar, Artie Bernstein - bass, Don Lamond - drums, Dial, 1946

Pennies from Heaven-Serge Chaloff - baritone sax, Nat Pierce, Pno, George Jones, Bass, Sonny Truitt, tbn, Joe MacDonald, dr. Boston 1950, Uptown

A Handful of Stars Serge Chaloff, baritone saxophone; Sonny Clark, piano; Leroy Vinnegar, bass; Philly Joe Jones, drums, Blue Serge, Dial, 1946.

Easy Street-Serge Chaloff (baritone sax), Boots Mussulli (alto sax), Russ Freeman (piano),Jimmy Woode (bass), Buzzy Drootin (drums), Storyville 1954

Leo's Bells Gene Ammons (ts), Leo Parker (bar), Howard McGhee (t), Junior Mance (p), Eugene Wright (b), Charles Williams (d) October 4, Savoy, 1947

Senor Leo-Charlie Rouse (ts), Leo Parker (bar), Joe Newman (t), Sir Charles Thompson (p), Al Lucas (b), Jack 'The Bear' Parker (d), Savoy, 1948

Smoke Gets in Your Eyes-Leo Parker, unknown piano, Parrot, 1953

Mad Lad Returns-Leo Parker (ldr), Bill Swindell (ts), Leo Parker (bar), Dave Burns (t), Johnny Acea (p), Al Lucas (b), Wilbert Hogan (d) 1961 Blue Note

Hippy Dippy-Cecil Payne (bars), Bruce Hinkson (ts), Irvin Stokes (t), Billy Kyle (p), Franklin Skeete (b), Heyward Jackson (dr), Decca, 1949.

Cynthia's In Love, Cannonball Adderly, also s, Jerome Richardson, tenor, flute, Cecil Payne, Bari, Nat Adderly, cornet, Jimmy Cleveland, tb, John Williams, P, Paul Chambers, b, Kenny Clarke, Dr,  Emarcy 1955

Chessman's Delight-Cecil Payne (bs), Duke Jordan (p), Tommy Potter (b), Art Taylor (ds)
Cecil Payne & Duke Jordan, 1956-1962 Sessions, Savoy

Man of Moods-Cecil Payne Quintet Kenny Dorham (tp), Cecil Payne (bs), Duke Jordan (p)
Tommy Potter (b), Art Taylor (ds), Signal, 1956,

Koko-Cecil Payne, Richard Davis, bass; Roy Haynes drums, Ted Dunbar, guitar., live. 1973

Baubles, Bangles and Beads. Pepper Adams : Baritone sax Stu Williamson : trumpet Carl Perkins : piano Leroy Vinnegar : bass Mel Lewis : drums, Mode records, 1957

Curro's-Donald Byrd -trumpet Pepper Adams - baritone saxophone Herbie Hancock - piano
Laymon Jackson - bass Jimmy Cobb - drums. Warwick 1961

Straight no chaser-Pepper Adams, baritone sax  Clark Terry, flügelhorn Lars Sjösten, piano Sture Nordin, bass Egil Johansen, drums, live

I Never Knew-Jerome Richardson -- Baritone Sax Richard Wyands - Piano George Tucker -- Bass Charlie Persip -- Drums. Roamin' with Richardson, New Jazz 1959

The Black Saint And The Sinner Lady,  Charles Mingus-bass, piano, composer, Jerome Richardson – soprano and baritone saxophone, flute, Charlie Mariano – alto, Dick Hafer – tenor saxophone, flute, Rolf Ericson – trumpet, Richard Williams – trumpet, Quentin Jackson – trombone, Don Butterfield – tuba, contrabass trombone, Jaki Byard – piano, Jay Berliner – Classical guitar, Dannie Richmond – drums, Impulse, 1963
No Problem-Jerome Richardson (baritone sax, piccolo), Les Spann (guitar, flute), Richard Wyands (piano), Henry Grimes (bass), Grady Tate (drums), Going to the movies, United Artists, 1962

Jamila, Sahib Shihab (baritone sax), Phil Woods (alto sax), Benny Golson (tenor sax), Bill Evans (piano), Oscar Pettiford (bass), Art Taylor (drums), Savoy, 1984

Chronic Blues, John Coltrane - tenor sax, Johnnie Splawn -trumpet, Sahib Shihab - baritone
Mal Waldron - piano, Paul Chambers - bass, Al Heath - drums, Coltrane, Prestige, 1957

Peter's Waltz- Sahib Shihab-Baritone Saxophone, Flute –Jimmy Woode, Drums – Kenny Clarke, Seeds, Young Blood, 1968

Dexter Gordon, Lars Gullin and Sahib Shihab playing The Flight-Dexter Gordon -ts, Lars Gullin-brs, Sahib Shihab-as, Harold Goldberg-p, Benny Nielsen - b, Alex Riel-dr recorded live at Copenhagen's Jazzclub Montmartre in 1962.

1 comment:

Bill said...

Ahhh the Bari! The sexiest horn in the band!