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VariousThe Greatest Jazz Concert In The World

Label:Pablo Records – PACD-2625-704-2
Format:
3 x CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Jazz, Blues
Style:Big Band, Bop, Swing, Vocal

Tracklist

1-1The Oscar Peterson TrioSmedley
BassSam Jones
DrumsBobby Durham
Piano, Composed ByOscar Peterson
4:18
1-2The Oscar Peterson TrioSome Day My Prince Will Come
BassSam Jones
Composed ByChurchill*, Morey*
DrumsBobby Durham
PianoOscar Peterson
5:02
1-3The Oscar Peterson TrioDaytrain
BassSam Jones
Composed ByPeterson*
DrumsBobby Durham
PianoOscar Peterson
5:54
Jam Session
1-4The Oscar Peterson Trio, Benny Carter, Paul Gonsalves, Zoot Sims, Clark TerryNow's The Time
Alto SaxophoneBenny Carter
BassSam Jones
Composed ByCharlie Parker
DrumsBobby Durham
PianoOscar Peterson
Tenor SaxophonePaul Gonsalves, Zoot Sims
TrumpetClark Terry
8:28
Jam Session: The Ballad Medley(7:36)
1-5The Oscar Peterson Trio, Zoot SimsMemories Of You
Alto SaxophoneBenny Carter
BassSam Jones
DrumsBobby Durham
PianoOscar Peterson
Tenor SaxophonePaul Gonsalves
Tenor Saxophone, SoloistZoot Sims
TrumpetClark Terry
Composed ByBlake*, Razaf*
2:22
1-6The Oscar Peterson Trio, Clark TerryMisty
Alto SaxophoneBenny Carter
BassSam Jones
DrumsBobby Durham
PianoOscar Peterson
Tenor SaxophonePaul Gonsalves, Zoot Sims
Trumpet, SoloistClark Terry
Composed ByGarner*, Burke*
2:45
1-7The Oscar Peterson Trio, Benny CarterI Can't Get Started
Alto Saxophone, SoloistBenny Carter
BassSam Jones
DrumsBobby Durham
PianoOscar Peterson
Tenor SaxophonePaul Gonsalves, Zoot Sims
TrumpetClark Terry
Composed ByDuke*, Gershwin*
2:26
Jam Session
1-8The Oscar Peterson Trio, Benny Carter, Paul Gonsalves, Zoot Sims, Clark TerryWee
Alto SaxophoneBenny Carter
BassSam Jones
Composed ByDenzil Best
DrumsBobby Durham
PianoOscar Peterson
Tenor SaxophonePaul Gonsalves, Zoot Sims
TrumpetClark Terry
9:49
1-9Coleman Hawkins With The Oscar Peterson TrioMoonglow
BassSam Jones
Composed ByDe Lange*, Mills*, Hudson*
DrumsBobby Durham
PianoOscar Peterson
Tenor SaxophoneColeman Hawkins
3:30
1-10Coleman Hawkins With The Oscar Peterson TrioSweet Georgia Brown
BassSam Jones
DrumsBobby Durham
PianoOscar Peterson
Tenor SaxophoneColeman Hawkins
4:26
Jam Session
1-11The Oscar Peterson Trio, Benny Carter, Johnny Hodges, Coleman HawkinsC-Jam Blues
Alto SaxophoneBenny Carter, Johnny Hodges
BassSam Jones
Composed ByDuke Ellington
DrumsLouis Hayes
PianoOscar Peterson
Tenor SaxophoneColeman Hawkins
6:13
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1-12T-Bone Walker With Clark Terry, Johnny Hodges, Paul Gonsalves, Oscar Peterson, Sam Jones, Bobby DurhamWoman You Must Be Crazy
Alto SaxophoneJohnny Hodges
BassSam Jones
DrumsBobby Durham
Guitar, Vocals, Composed ByT-Bone Walker
PianoOscar Peterson
Tenor SaxophonePaul Gonsalves
TrumpetClark Terry
9:10
1-13T-Bone Walker With Clark Terry, Johnny Hodges, Paul Gonsalves, Oscar Peterson, Sam Jones, Bobby DurhamStormy Monday
Alto SaxophoneJohnny Hodges
BassSam Jones
Composed ByWalker*
DrumsBobby Durham
Guitar, VocalsT-Bone Walker
PianoOscar Peterson
Tenor SaxophonePaul Gonsalves
TrumpetClark Terry
6:40
2-1Duke Ellington & His Orchestra*Swamp Goo4:04
2-2Duke Ellington & His Orchestra*Gurdle Hurdle2:27
2-3Duke Ellington & His Orchestra*The Shepherd6:49
2-4Duke Ellington & His Orchestra*Rue Bleue2:36
2-5Duke Ellington & His Orchestra*Salome3:47
2-6Duke Ellington & His Orchestra*Chromatic Love Affair4:00
2-7Duke Ellington & His Orchestra*Mount Harissa6:45
2-8Duke Ellington & His Orchestra*Blood Count (Manuscript)3:52
2-9Duke Ellington & His Orchestra*Rockin' In Rhythm3:43
2-10Duke Ellington & His Orchestra*Very Tenor7:55
2-11Duke Ellington & His Orchestra*Onions (Wild Onions)1:50
2-12Duke Ellington & His Orchestra*Take The "A" Train5:15
3-1Duke Ellington & His Orchestra*Satin Doll4:52
3-2Duke Ellington & His Orchestra*Tootie For Cootie6:15
3-3Duke Ellington & His Orchestra*Up Jump2:58
3-4Duke Ellington & His Orchestra*Prelude To A Kiss4:33
Medley(6:04)
3-5aDuke Ellington & His Orchestra*Mood Indigo3:41
3-5bDuke Ellington And His OrchestraI Got It Bad And That Ain't Good
Composed ByEllington*, Webster*
2:23
3-6Duke Ellington & His Orchestra*Things Ain't What They Used To Be6:06
3-7Ella Fitzgerald With The Jimmy Jones Trio* And Duke Ellington & His Orchestra*Don't Be That Way4:03
3-8Ella Fitzgerald With The Jimmy Jones Trio* And Duke Ellington & His Orchestra*You've Changed4:09
3-9Ella Fitzgerald With The Jimmy Jones Trio* And Duke Ellington & His Orchestra*Let's Do It4:23
3-10Ella Fitzgerald With The Jimmy Jones Trio* And Duke Ellington & His Orchestra*On The Sunny Side Of The Street2:04
3-11Ella Fitzgerald With The Jimmy Jones Trio*It's Only A Paper Moon
BassBob Cranshaw
Composed ByMcHugh/Fields*
DrumsSam Woodyard
PianoJimmy Jones (3)
VocalsElla Fitzgerald
2:27
3-12Ella Fitzgerald With The Jimmy Jones Trio*Day-Dream
BassBob Cranshaw
Composed ByStrayhorn*, Ellington*, Latouche*
DrumsSam Woodyard
PianoJimmy Jones (3)
VocalsElla Fitzgerald
4:45
3-13Ella Fitzgerald With The Jimmy Jones Trio*If I Could Be With You
BassBob Cranshaw
Composed ByCreamer*, Johnson*
DrumsSam Woodyard
PianoJimmy Jones (3)
VocalsElla Fitzgerald
3:09
3-14Ella Fitzgerald With The Jimmy Jones Trio*Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea
BassBob Cranshaw
Composed ByArlen*, Koehler*
DrumsSam Woodyard
PianoJimmy Jones (3)
VocalsElla Fitzgerald
3:39
3-15Ella Fitzgerald With The Jimmy Jones Trio* And Duke Ellington & His Orchestra* Featuring Paul GonsalvesCotton Tail5:12
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Credits

Notes

Recorded in New York, Hollywood and Oakland in June and July 1967.

Track 2-7 is misspelled in the booklet and on the tray card, it is listed as it first was published and appeared on the LP boxed set.

Track 2-12 begins with Duke Ellington on piano, then Oscar Peterson takes over as the full band enters after the 1:32 mark.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 25218-5704-2 8
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 1, Variant 1): 2625-704-1 K1829G
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 1, Variant 2): 2625-704-1 L9B14C D3
  • Mastering SID Code (CD 1, Variant 1): IFPI L534
  • Mastering SID Code (CD 1, Variant 2): none
  • Mould SID Code (CD 1, Variant 1): IFPI 9220
  • Mould SID Code (CD 1, Variant 2): IFPI 92S3
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 2, Variant 1): 2625-704-2 M1828K
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 2, Variant 2): 2625-704-2 S9B17F A5
  • Mastering SID Code (CD 2, Variant 1): IFPI L534
  • Mastering SID Code (CD 2, Variant 2): none
  • Mould SID Code (CD 2, Variant 1): IFPI 9220
  • Mould SID Code (CD 2, Variant 2): IFPI 92S3
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 3, Variant 1): 2625-704-3 L9B24D A4
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 3, Variant 2): 2625-704-3 L9B24D A4
  • Mastering SID Code (CD 3, Variant 1): none
  • Mastering SID Code (CD 3, Variant 2): none
  • Mould SID Code (CD 3, Variant 1): IFPI 9217
  • Mould SID Code (CD 3, Variant 2): IFPI 92S3
  • SPARS Code: ADD
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other Versions (5 of 16)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
The Greatest Jazz Concert In The World (Box Set, 4×LP, Album)Pablo Records, Pablo Records2625 704, 2625-0704US1975
New Submission
The Greatest Jazz Concert In The World (Box Set, , 4×LP, Album)Pablo Records, Pablo Records2660 109, 2625 704UK1975
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The Greatest Jazz Concert In The World (4×LP, Album, Stereo)Pablo Records2625 704Germany1975
Recently Edited
The Greatest Jazz Concert In The World (Box Set, , 4×LP, Album)Pablo Records2625 704Germany1975
New Submission
The Greatest Jazz Concert In The World (4×LP, Album)Pablo Records2660 109UK1975

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Reviews

  • loveumadlie's avatar
    loveumadlie
    Regarding the CD reissue:
    All tracks were mixed to and mastered from digital tape using the Mitsubishi X-80 tapereorder in January 1989.
    Besides Various - The Greatest Jazz Concert In The World with SID / Mould Codes, there exists a variant without any SID or Mould Code, possibly an earlier release, materialized soon after its mastering in 1989 (cf. Various - The Greatest Jazz Concert In The World).

    According to the booklet the tracks were recorded in New York, Hollywood and Oakland in June and July 1967.
    According to the itinery and recording information compiled by W.E. Timner in "Ellingtonia. The Recorded Music of Duke Ellington and His Sidemen", Scarecrow Press, Fifth Edition 2007
    at least all tracks with participation of Duke Ellington, His Orchestra or indivdual members of his organization must have been recorded on the two Jazz At The Philharmonic concert dates:
    1967-03-26, NYC, live at Carnegie Hall, 1st concert (track 2-8), 2nd concert (tracks 1-11, 2-1 to 2-4, 2-7, 2-9, 2-10, 3-6 to 3-15)
    1967-07-01, Los Angeles, CA, live at the Hollywood Bowl (tracks 1-4 to 1-8, 1-12, 1-13, 2-5, 2-6, 2-11 to 3-5

    All tracks without Ellingtonians were most likely recorded at the same dates or at least around the July 1st date, namely on June 28 and 29, 1967 - as Norman Granz wrote in his liner notes for their first release in 1975.

    Track 2-7 is misspelled in the booklet and on the tray card as Mount Harrissa.
    • el_solector's avatar
      el_solector
      Navid got this for me on my birthday. I really appreciated because I was very lonely around that time. Despite him not knowing what jazz I liked, he still went out and tried to get me something. I appreciate that just as much as if someone had gotten me a Houston Person record or a Roy Hargrove live recording. Thanks, Navid.

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