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Manny Albam - The Blues Is Everybody's Business

Manny Albam - The Blues Is Everybody's Business
Title:
The Blues Is Everybody's Business
Performer:
Manny Albam
Style:
Big Band
Released:
Aug 1959
Catalog:
LVA 9104
Country:
UK
MP3 album size:
1599 mb
FLAC album size:
1152 mb
Genre:
Label:
Coral

Tracklist


1Blues Is Everybody's Business Part I
Soloist, Bass – Vinnie BurkeSoloist, Trumpet – Nick TravisSoloist, Trumpet [High Notes Near End] – Ernie Royal
2Blues Is Everybody's Business Part III
Soloist, Bass – Vinnie BurkeSoloist, Trombone – Bob BrookmeyerSoloist, Trumpet – Art Farmer, Nick Travis
3Blues Is Everybody's Business Part II
Soloist, Alto Saxophone – Phil WoodsSoloist, Bass – Vinnie BurkeSoloist, Piano – Ed CostaSoloist, Trumpet [Cup Mute] – Nick TravisSoloist, Trumpet [Harmon Mute] – Art Farmer
4Blues Is Everybody's Business Part IV
Soloist, Alto Saxophone – Gene Quill, Phil WoodsSoloist, Bass – Vinnie BurkeSoloist, Tenor Saxophone – Al CohnSoloist, Trumpet – Nick TravisSoloist, Trumpet [High Notes Near Close] – Ernie Royal


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CRL 59101Manny Albam The Blues Is Everybody's Business ‎(LP, Album, Promo)CoralCRL 59101US1958
CRL 59101Manny Albam The Blues Is Everybody's Business ‎(LP)CoralCRL 59101US1958


Credits


  • Alto SaxophoneGene Quill (tracks: A1, B2), Phil Woods
  • Baritone SaxophoneSol Schlinger
  • BassMilt Hinton, Vinnie Burke
  • CelloA. Twerdowsky (tracks: B1), D. Wanderoso (tracks: A2), Dave Levine (tracks: A2), M. Bialkin (tracks: A2, B1), Sidney Edwards (tracks: B1)
  • Composed By, ConductorManny Albam
  • DrumsDon Lamond
  • HarpJanet Putnam (tracks: A2, B1)
  • Liner NotesNat Hentoff
  • PercussionPhil Kraus (tracks: B1)
  • PianoEd Costa (tracks: A2 to B2)
  • Tenor SaxophoneAl Cohn (tracks: B2), Al Epstein (tracks: A1, B2), Ed Wasserman (tracks: A1, A2, B2)
  • TromboneBob Brookmeyer (tracks: B1, B2), Chauncey Welsch (tracks: A1), Jim Dahl (tracks: A1, B2), Tom Mitchell (tracks: A1, B2), Urbie Green (tracks: A1, B2)
  • TrumpetAl DeRisi (tracks: A1, B2), Art Farmer (tracks: A2, B1), Bernie Glow (tracks: A1, B2), Burt Collins (tracks: A1, B2), Ernie Royal (tracks: A1, B2), Nick Travis
  • TubaDon Butterfield (tracks: A1 to B1)
  • Vibraphone [Vibes]Doug Allan (tracks: A2)
  • ViolaD. Vandersall (tracks: A3), Lucien Schmitt (tracks: A2, B1), Maurice Brown (tracks: A2), M. Brown (tracks: A3), Sidney Edwards (tracks: A2)
  • ViolinA. Eidus (tracks: A2), Ben Gerrard (tracks: B1), E. Green (tracks: A3), Felix Orlewitz (tracks: A2), F. Orlewitz (tracks: A3), Gene Orloff (tracks: A2, B1), Harry Melnikoff (tracks: A2), H. Melnikoff (tracks: B1), Irving Spice (tracks: A2), I. Spice (tracks: B1), J. Brandt (tracks: B1), J. Zayde (tracks: A2, B1), J. Brand (tracks: A2), J. Held (tracks: A2, B1), J. Schachter (tracks: A2), Mac Ceppos (tracks: B1), Max Hollander (tracks: A2, B1), R. Poliakin (tracks: A2), R. Poliakin (tracks: A3), Ray Free (tracks: A2, B1), S. Schulman (tracks: A2, B1), Sy Miroff (tracks: A2), S. Miroff (tracks: B1), Tom Frost (tracks: B1), T. Samaroff (tracks: A2)


Notes


A Jazz Suite.

As compiled in Just Jazz 4 (Jazz Records February 1959 - April 1960) by George Cherrington:
- Reviewed in Jazz Journal 1959-08
- Reviewed in Jazz Monthly 1959-09


Barcodes


  • Matrix / Runout: MG 6122-1B
  • Matrix / Runout: MG 6123-1B


Companies


  • Recorded By – Coral Records, Inc.


Album


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