Woody Herman And The Fourth Herd

Woody Herman And The Fourth Herd

Profile:
American jazz ensemble, active from June 1959, estimated until 1967.
When Woody Herman released an album called 'The Fourth Herd' in 1959, it was not indicating a really new ensemble but was mainly the product of marketing. This album was recorded with former members of the third herd, studio musicians and the Woody Herman And His Octet.
One of the central recordings of this fourth herd is the release Woody Herman And The Fourth Herd - Live In Stereo 1963 Summer Tour, which was recorded on a tour in Summer 1963 driven by Herman's new label Philips. The period of the fourth herd lasted until around 1965 and the whole period was in a time, when Herman had several other concept orchestras running at the same time. Herman didn't like to have more numbers for his herds, so this herd was called with preference Woody Herman And The Swingin' Herd by Herman himself.
The fourth herd disappeared in 1967, when it was continuously renamed to Woody Herman And The Thundering Herd, based on its name on the 1967 Monterey Jazz Festival.
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Members:
Al Belletto, Al Cohn, Al Gibbons, Al Plank, Al Porcino, Al Puccin, Albert Dailey, Alex Cirin, Jr., Alex Rodriguez, Andrew McGhee, Andy Pino, Babe Russin, Barry Galbraith, Bernie Glow, Bill Berry, Bill Byrne, Bill Chase, Bill Hood, Bill Perkins, Bill Watrous, Billy Bauer, Billy Hunt (2), Billy Usselton, Bo Boyd, Bob Brookmeyer, Bob Burgess, Bob Cooper, Bob Daugherty, Bob Jenkins (4), Bob Pierson, Bob Rudolph, Bob Stroup, Bobby Jones (2), Bobby Shew, Buddy Clark, Burt Collins, Carl Fontana, Carmen Leggio, Cecil Payne, Chet Ferretti, Chuck Andrus, Conrad Gozzo, Danny Nolan, Dave Gale, Dick Hafer, Dick Kniss, Dick Meldonian, Dick Ruedebusch, Don Ellis, Don Lamond, Don Lanphere, Don Rader, Donald Doane, Dusko Goykovich, Eddie Costa, Eddie Morgan, Ernie Royal, Frank Foster, Frank Hittner, Frank Ippolito, Frank Rehak, Frank Tesinsky, Frank Vicari, Fred Woods, Freddie Green, Freddy Wood, Gary Klein (2), Gary Potter (2), Gene Allen, Gene Roland, George Hanna (3), Gerry Lamy, Gerry Mulligan, Gordon Brisker, Gus Bivona, Gus Johnson, Gustavo Maas, Hal Espinosa, Harry Babasin, Henry Southall, Herb Harper, Irving Gottler, Jack Gale, Jack Schwartz, Jack Six, Jack Stevens (4), Jake Hanna, James Dahl, Jerry Collins (2), Jim Foy, Jim Hall, Jimmy Bennett (5), Jimmy Campbell, Jimmy Cleveland, Jimmy Giuffre, Jimmy Guinn, Jimmy Mosher, Jimmy Rowles, Joe Carroll, Joe Clarvadone, Joe Howard, Joe Newman, Joe Romano (2), Joe Temperley, Joe Triscari, John Best, John Crews, John Stevens (3), John Woehrmann, Julian Priester, Karl De Karske, Ken Ascher, Ken Wenzel, Kent McGarity, Larry Covelli, Larry Ford, Larry McKenna, Larry Mosher, Larry Rockwell, Lloyd Michaels, Lou Orenstein, Lyn Biviano, Marky Markowitz, Martin Harris, Marvin Holladay, Marvin Stamm, Mary Ann McCall, Mel Wanzo, Michael Moore (2), Mickey Folus, Mickey Mangano, Mike Alterman, Milt Bernhart, Milt Hinton, Murray McEachern, Nat Adderley, Nat Pierce, Nick Brignola, Noah Brandmark, Paul Fontaine, Paul Gonsalves, Pedro Chao, Pepper Adams, Pete Candoli, Phil Wilson, Raoul Romero, Ray Triscari, Ray Winslow, Red Norvo, Red Rodney, Reunald Jones, Rick Kiefer, Roger Neumann, Rolf Ericson, Ronnie Zito, Rufus Jones, Russ Freeman, Sal Nistico, Sam Marowitz, Sam Noto, Sam Scavone, Seldon Powell, Skeets Herfurt, Stan Getz, Steve Marcus, Tom Anastas, Tony Leonardi, Tony Phillatoni, Tony Prentice, Tony Rizzi, Virgil Gonsalves, Willie Dennis, Woody Herman, Ziggy Harrell, Zoot Sims
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Woody Herman And The Fourth Herd Discography Tracks

Albums

Woody Herman & The Fourth Herd* Woody Herman & The Fourth Herd (Album) Windmill (3) UK 1972 Sell This Version
JH-1006 Woody Herman And The Fourth Herd Live In Stereo 1963 Summer Tour(CD, Album) Jazz Hour Compact Classics JH-1006 US 1991 Sell This Version