Various ‎– The Playboy Jazz All-Stars, Volume 3

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Playboy Records ‎– PB1959S
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3 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation
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A1 Mort Sahl Introduction 5:13
A2 Count Basie Blues In Hoss' Flat
Bass – Eddie Jones, Jr.*Drums – Sonny PayneGuitar – Freddie GreenLeader, Piano – Count BasieSaxophone – Willie Mitchell*, Charlie Fowlkes, Frank Foster, Frank Wess, Marshall RoyalTrombone – Al Grey, Ben Powell*, Henry CokerTrumpet – Snooky Young*, Joe Newman, Thad Jones, Wendell Cully*Written-By – Basie*, Foster*
3:07
A3 Coleman Hawkins Body And Soul
Bass – Bob CranshawDrums – Walter PerkinsLeader, Tenor Saxophone – Coleman HawkinsPiano – Ed Higgins*Written-By – Heyman*, Green*, Sour*
5:48
A4 Shelly Manne My Manne Shelly
Bass – Monty BudwigLeader, Drums – Shelly MannePiano – Russ FreemanTenor Saxophone – Richie KamucaTrumpet – Joe GordonVibraphone [Vibes] – Victor FeldmanWritten-By – Henry Mancini
3:37
A5 Stan Getz Bronx Blues
Bass – Ray BrownGuitar – Herb EllisLeader, Tenor Saxophone – Stan GetzPiano – Oscar PetersonWritten-By – Stan Getz
5:30
A6 Four Freshmen* In This Whole Wide World
Guitar, Vocals – Don BarbourVocals, Drums, Trumpet – Ross BarbourVocals, Trombone, Bass – Bob FlaniganVocals, Trumpet, Bass, French Horn – Ken AlbersWritten-By – Roland*, Cascales*
2:52
B1 Erroll Garner Mambo
Bass – Alfred Hall*Drums – "Specs" Powell*Written-By, Leader, Piano – Erroll Garner
4:10
B2 Jack Teagarden When The Saints Go Marching In
Bass – Stanley Puls*Clarinet – Henry CuestaDrums – Ronald GraboskiLeader, Trombone, Vocals – Jack TeagardenPiano – Donald Ewell*Trumpet, Vocals – Don GoldieWritten-By – Traditional
6:22
B3 J.J. Johnson Hello, Young Lovers
Bass – Paul Chambers (3)Drums – Max RoachPiano – Tommy FlanaganTrombone, Leader – J.J. JohnsonWritten-By – Rodgers & Hammerstein
5:23
B4 Chet Baker Twenties Late
Bass – Ross Savakus*Bass Clarinet – Gene AllenBassoon – Robert Tricarico*Cello – Seymour BarabFrench Horn – James Buffington*Leader, Trumpet – Chet BakerWritten-By – Bob Zieff
3:45
B5 Bob Brookmeyer The Sheik Of Araby
Bass – Joe BenjaminDrums – Dave BaileyGuitar – Jim HallLeader, Valve Trombone – Bob BrookmeyerTenor Saxophone – Jimmy GiuffreWritten-By – Wheeler*, Smith*, Snyder*
5:00
C1 Ella Fitzgerald How High The Moon
Bass – Wilfred Middlebrook*Drums – Gus JohnsonGuitar – Herb EllisPiano – Lou LevyVocals – Ella FitzgeraldWritten-By – Lewis*, Hamilton*
8:31
C2 Stan Kenton Two Shades Of Autumn
Bass – Red Kelly*Drums – Jerry McKenzieLeader, Piano – Stan KentonSaxophone – Bill Robinson (4), Steve Perlow, Wayne DunstanSaxophone, Soloist – Bill Perkins, Lennie NiehausTrombone – Archie Le Coque*, Don Reed (2), Jim Amlotte, Ken Shroyer*, Kent LarsenTrumpet – Bill Catalano (2), Ed Leddy, Lee Katzman, Phillips Gilbert*, Sam NotoWritten-By – Joe Coccia
3:53
C3 Benny Goodman Stereo Stomp
Bass – Leroy VinnegarDrums – Frank CappGuitar – Barney KesselLeader, Clarinet – Benny GoodmanPiano – André PrevinWritten-By – Goodman*
2:37
C4 Ray Brown Mighty Cool Penthouse
Drums – Ed ThigpenLeader, Bass – Ray BrownPiano – Hank JonesWritten-By – Ray Brown
5:15
C5 Hi-Lo's* Fascinatin' Rhythm
Alto Saxophone, Soloist – Herb GellerBanjo – Alvin StollerBaritone Saxophone, Soloist – Bud ShankBass – Joe MondragonBongos – Milt HollandDrums – Mel LewisEnsemble – Marty Paich Dek-tette*French Horn – Vincent DeRosaLeader, Arranged By – Marty PaichPiano – Clare FischerSaxophone – Dave PellTrombone – Bob Enovoldsen*Trumpet – Frank BeachTrumpet, Soloist – Jack SheldonTuba – John KitzmillerVibraphone [Vibes] – John SyrVocals [Hi-Lo's] – Bob Morse (2), Bob Strasen, Clark Burroughs, Gene PuerlingWritten-By – George & Ira Gershwin
3:12
D1 Jimmy Giuffre Song Of The Wind
Bass – Wilfred Middlebrook*Guitar – Jim HallWritten-By, Leader, Clarinet – Jimmy Giuffre
6:50
D2 Louis Armstrong Let's Fall In Love
Bass – Ray BrownDrums – Louis BellsonGuitar – Herb EllisLeader, Trumpet – Louis ArmstrongPiano – Oscar PetersonWritten-By – Arlen*, Koehler*
3:10
D3 Barney Kessel Swingin' The Toreador
Alto Saxophone – Herb GellerArranged By, Adapted By – Barney KesselBaritone Saxophone – Chuck GentryBass – Joe MondragonBass Clarinet, Bassoon – Pete TerryClarinet, Bass Clarinet – Bill Smith*Drums – Shelly ManneFlute, Clarinet, Alto Flute – Buddy ColletteFlute, Tenor Saxophone, Alto Flute – Justin GordonLeader, Guitar – Barney KesselOboe, Clarinet – Jules JacobPiano – André PrevinTrombone – Harry BettsTrumpet – Ray Linn
5:46
D4 Dave Brubeck Golden Horn
Alto Saxophone – Paul DesmondBass – Joe BenjaminDrums – Joe MorelloLeader, Piano – Dave BrubeckWritten-By – Dave Brubeck
5:05
D5 Miles Davis Four
Bass – Percy HeathDrums – Art BlakeyPiano – Horace SilverWritten-By, Leader, Trumpet – Miles Davis
3:53
E1 Oscar Peterson The Golden Striker
Bass – Ray BrownDrums – Ed ThigpenLeader, Piano – Oscar PetersonWritten-By – John Lewis (2)
6:22
E2 Dizzy Gillespie Wheatleigh Hall
Bass – Thomas Bryant*Drums – Charlie PersipPiano – Ray BryantTenor Saxophone – Sonny RollinsWritten-By, Leader, Trumpet – Dizzy Gillespie
8:50
E3 Kai Winding Lower Boneville
Bass – Joe BenjaminBass Trombone – Richard Hixon*, Rod LevittDrums – Charlie PersipPiano – Hank JonesTrombone – Frank RehakWritten-By, Leader, Trombone – Kai Winding
2:24
E4 Earl Bostic All The Things You Are
Bass – Herb Gordy (2)Drums – Earl Palmer, Sr.*Guitar – Allan Seltzer, Rene HallLeader, Alto Saxophone – Earl BosticPiano – Ernie FreemanTrumpet – Joe Dolny, Ollie Mitchell, Anthony Terran*Trumpet, Soloist – Gerald WilsonVibraphone [Vibes] – Elmer SchmidtWritten-By – Kern And Hammerstein II*
2:26
E5 Gerry Mulligan Gee Baby Ain't I Good To You
Bass – Henry GrimesDrums – Dave BaileyLeader, Baritone Saxophone – Gerry MulliganTrumpet – Chet BakerWritten-By – Razaf*, Redman*
3:21
F1 Lionel Hampton Blue Lou
Bass – Lawrence BurganDrums – Charlie Persip, Wilbur HoganGuitar – William Mackel*Leader, Vibraphone [Vibraharp] – Lionel HamptonPiano – Wade LeggeSaxophone – Andrew McGhee, Robert Plater*, Edward Pazant*, Herman Green, Lonnie ShawTrombone – Clarence Watson, Louis Blackburn*, Wade MarcusTrumpet – Arthur Hayle*, William "Cat" Anderson*, Dave Gonzalez (3), Donald Byrd, Eddie Mullens*, Eddie WilliamsWritten-By – Sampson*, Mills*
4:10
F2 Paul Desmond Susie
Bass – Percy HeathDrums – Connie KayGuitar – Jim HallWritten-By, Leader, Alto Saxophone – Paul Desmond
3:25
F3 Milt Jackson Bags' New Groove
Bass – Percy HeathDrums – Art TaylorFlute – Bobby JasparGuitar – Kenny BurrellPiano – Tommy FlanaganWritten-By, Leader, Vibraphone [Vibraharp] – Milt Jackson
5:55
F4 Frank Sinatra There's No You
Directed By [Orchestra] – Gordon JenkinsVocals – Frank SinatraWritten-By – Durgom*, Hopper*, Adair*
3:46
F5 Sonny Rollins Rock-a-bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody
Bass – Leroy VinnegarDrums – Shelly ManneGuitar – Barney KesselLeader, Tenor Saxophone – Sonny RollinsPiano – Hampton HawesWritten-By – Schwartz*, Young*, Lewis*
4:50
F6 Various Playboy's Theme
Bass – Bill TakasConductor [Orchestra] – Henry BrandonDrums – Bert Dahlander*Written-By, Piano, Leader – Cy Coleman
3:32

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Box Set. Includes 28 page 12"x12" booklet.

Track A1 recorded August 8, 1959 at Playboy Jazz Festival, Chicago, Illinois.
Track A2 recorded March 1958 at New York. Roulette Records.
Track A3 recorded August 9, 1959 at Playboy Jazz Festival, Chicago, Illinois.
Track A4 recorded May 26, 1959 at Los Angeles, California. Contemporary Records.
Track A5 recorded October 19, 1957 at Holly wood, California. Verve Records.
Track A6 recorded January 25, 1959 at Compton College, Compton, California. Capitol Records.
Track B1 recorded September 11, 1956 at New York. Columbia Records.
Track B2 recorded July 1, 1959 at the Roundtable, New York. Roulette Records.
Track B3 recorded April 27, 1959 at New York. Columbia Records.
Track B4 recorded December 9, 1957 at New York. World Pacific Records.
Track B5 recorded July 13, 1957 at New York. World Pacific Records.
Track C1 recorded August 9, 1959 at Playboy Jazz Festival, Chicago, Illinois. Verve Records.
Track C2 recorded October 8, 1957 at Hollywood, California. Capitol Records.
Track C3 recorded September 4, 1958 at Hollywood, California. Park Recording Company, Inc., Chess Records.
Track C4 recorded July 10, 1959 at New York. Verve Records.
Track C5 recorded January 12, 1959 at Hollywood, California. Columbia Records.
Track D1 recorded August 8, 1959 at Playboy Jazz Festival, Chicago, Illinois. Verve Records.
Track D2 recorded October 14, 1957 at Hollywood, California. Verve Records.
Track D3 recorded December 19, 1958 at Los Angeles, California. Contemporary Records.
Track D4 recorded August 23, 1958 at New York. Columbia Records.
Track D5 recorded March 5, 1954 at New York. Prestige Records.
Track E1 recorded August 8, 1959 at Playboy Jazz Festival, Chicago, Illinois.
Track E2 recorded December 11, 1957 at New York. Verve Records.
Track E3 recorded January 5, 1959 at New York. Columbia Records.
Track E4 recorded December 1958 at Hollywood, California. King Records.
Track E5 recorded December 4, 1957 at New York. World Pacific Records.
Track F1 recorded April 13, 1959 at New York. Audio Fidelity Records.
Track F2 recorded September 7, 1959 at New York. Warner Brothers Records.
Track F3 recorded May 21, 1957 at New York. Atlantic Records.
Track F4 recorded April 10, 1957 at Hollywood, California. Capitol Records, Essex Productions.
Track F5 recorded October 22, 1958 at Los Angeles, California. Contemporary Records.
Track F6 recorded October 10, 1959 ay Chicago, Illinois. Playboy Records.

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March 31, 2018
So GREAT to see this list again. I had the Big Purple Vinyl Album years ago. Any way to buy all the music as a paid YouTube-type recording to hear on my Desktop down here in México?