Artie Butler ‎– Have You Met Miss Jones?

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A1 The Loop
Written-By – Max Hardy
2:00
A2 The Whiffenpoof Song
Written-By – G. Pomeroy*, M. Minnigerode*, T. Galloway*
3:15
A3 A Trumpeter's Lullaby
Written-By – Leroy Anderson
3:00
A4 April Showers
Written-By – DeSylva*, Silvers*
2:20
A5 Max's Brazilian What
Written-By – Max Hardy
2:30
A6 Have You Met Miss Jones?
Written-By – Rodgers-Hart*
3:25
B1 Music For Night People
Written-By – A. Moorhouse*, G. Rees*
2:33
B2 When I'm 64
Written-By – Lennon-McCartney
3:00
B3 Camelot
Written-By – Lerner-Loewe*
2:40
B4 In The Heat Of The Night
Written-By – Quincy Jones
3:10
B5 Something Stupid
Written-By – Parks C. Carson*
3:45

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Recorded at Van Gelder Studios: January 8, 1968 (tracks A1, B1); January 15, 1968 (track B3); January 17, 1968 (tracks A2 to A4, B2, B4, B5); February 29, 1968 (tracks A5, A6).

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): SP-3013
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): SP-3014

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
AMP-18010, SP 3007, SP-3007 Artie Butler Have You Met Miss Jones?(LP, Album) A&M Records, CTI Records, A&M Records, CTI Records AMP-18010, SP 3007, SP-3007 US 1968 Sell This Version
SP 3007, SP-3007 Artie Butler Have You Met Miss Jones? (LP, Album, Promo, Gat) A&M Records, CTI Records SP 3007, SP-3007 US 1968 Sell This Version
212 046 Artie Butler Have You Met Miss Jones?(LP, Album) A&M Records 212 046 Germany Unknown Sell This Version
SP 3007, SP-3007 Artie Butler Have You Met Miss Jones?(LP, Album, Gat) A&M Records, CTI Records SP 3007, SP-3007 US 1968 Sell This Version
LP-2007, LP-2013 Artie Butler Have You Met Miss Jones?(LP, Album, Promo, Gat) A&M Records, CTI Records LP-2007, LP-2013 US 1968 Sell This Version

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plunderphonica

plunderphonica

October 8, 2018
Deborah Harry of Blondie is listed in error here. An Artie Butler sessionography - https://www.jazzdisco.org/artie-butler/discography/ - lists Harry Lookofsky among the violin players present for the 8 January 1968 recording session that produced "The Loop" & "Music For Night People." His name is missing here so perhaps Michael Brown's Dad name should replace Debbie's.