Various ‎– Summit Meeting

Allied International ‎– 39/730, Vee Jay Records ‎– 39/730
Vinyl, LP, Compilation

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A1 Eddie Harris Exodus
Bass – William Yancy*Drums – Harold JonesGuitar – Joe DiorioPiano – Willie PickensTenor Saxophone – Eddie HarrisWritten-By – E. Gold*
A2 Bill Henderson (3) Bye Bye Blackbird
Vocals – Bill Henderson (3)Written-By – Dixon*, Henderson*
A3 Paul Chambers (3) Awful Mean
Alto Saxophone, Written-By – J. Adderley*Bass, Written-By – P. Chambers*Drums – Jimmy CobbPiano – Wynton Kelly
A4 Louis Hayes Hazing
Drums – Louis HayesWritten-By – Y. Lateef*
B1 Wynton Kelly Wrinkles
Bass – Paul Chambers (3)Drums – Philly Joe Jones*Piano, Written-By – W. Kelly*Tenor Saxophone – Wayne ShorterTrumpet – Lee Morgan
B2 Gene Ammons Jim Dog
Trombone – Benny Green*Written-By – G. Ammons*
B3 Lee Morgan I'm A Fool To Want You
Bass – Paul Chambers (3)Drums – Art BlakeyPiano – Wynton KellyTenor Saxophone – Cliff Jordan*Written-By – Sinatra*, Wolf*, Herron*
B4 MJT-3* Sleepy
Alto Saxophone – Frank StrozierBass – Bob CranshawDrums – Walter Perkins, Willie ThomasWritten-By – B. Bryant*

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Cover produced by CELLO-KRAFT Ltd.

Distributed in New Zealand by Allied International Records Ltd., Auckland

Principal artist credits as per labels. Jacket credits additional players (but w/o instruments) on:
A4, 'Hazing' - Yusef Lateef, Nat Adderly, Barry Harris, Tommy Turrentine, and Sam Jones.
B2, 'Jim Dog' - Gene Ammons, Frank Wess, Frank Foster, Nat Adderly, Ed Jones, Albert (Tootie) Heath, and Tommy Flanagan.
No doubt with a combination of research, deduction and common sense these players could be assigned instrument roles on the tracks. (A4 more than likely comes from <a href="">Louis Hayes – Louis Hayes</a> - but where is Tommy Turrentine? - and B2 from <a href="">Gene Ammons – Juggin' Around</a>.)

No instrument credits on A2, 'Bye Bye Blackbird' are given but <a href="">this is a start</a>.

Jimmy Cobb is credited with "Drums' on the sleeve for A3, 'Awful Mean' but <a href="">the original album credits indicate that it is probably Philly Joe Jones instead</a>. <a href="">Freddie Hubbard (trumpet)</a> is possibly omitted from the credits here.

On B4, 'Sleepy' <a href="">Willie Thomas</a> is credited on the sleeve with "Drums" but this is likely a typo; on <a href="">other MJT+3 albums</a> he is credited with "Trumpet" which is much more sensible.

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist  Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
JOYS 205 Various Summit Meeting(LP, Comp, Mono) Joy Records (3) JOYS 205 UK 1960 Sell This Version
50.4006 Various Summit Meeting(LP, Comp, Mono) Doblon 50.4006 Spain 1982 Sell This Version
33SX 1419 Various Summit Meeting(LP, Comp, Mono) Columbia 33SX 1419 UK 1961 Sell This Version
LP - 3026 Various Summit Meeting(LP, Comp) Vee Jay Records LP - 3026 US 1961 Sell This Version
SR 3026 Various Summit Meeting(LP, Comp) Vee Jay Records SR 3026 US 1961 Sell This Version