Various ‎– The Jazz Years 25th Anniversary

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Atlantic ‎– SD 2-316
2 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation


A1 Shorty Rogers And His Giants Martians Go Home
Bass – Curtis CounceClarinet – Jimmy GiuffreDrums – Shelly ManneEngineer – John PalladinoPiano – Pete JollyProducer – Nesuhi ErtegunWritten-By, Trumpet – Shorty Rogers
A2 Lennie Tristano Requiem
Written-By, Piano, Producer – Lennie Tristano
A3 Ray Charles Doodlin'
Baritone Saxophone – Emmott Dennis*Bass – Roosevelt SheffieldDrums – William PeeplesPiano – Ray CharlesProducer – Jerry Wexler, Nesuhi ErtegunRecorded By – Earle Brown, Tom DowdTenor Saxophone – David Newman*Trumpet – Joseph Bridgewater*, John HuntWritten-By – Horace Silver
A4 The Jimmy Giuffre 3* The Train And The River
Bass – Ralph Pena*Guitar – Jim HallProducer – Nesuhi ErtegunRecorded By – John KrausWritten-By, Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Jimmy Giuffre
A5 Milt Jackson The Spirit-Feel
Arranged By – Quincy JonesBass – Oscar PettifordDrums – Connie KayPiano – Horace SilverProducer – Nesuhi ErtegunRecorded By – Johnny Cue, Tom DowdTenor Saxophone – Lucky ThompsonTrumpet – Joe NewmanWritten-By, Vibraphone – Milt Jackson
B1 The Modern Jazz Quartet The Golden Striker
Bass – Percy HeathDrums – Connie KayProducer – Nesuhi ErtegunRecorded By – Tom DowdVibraphone – Milt JacksonWritten-By, Piano – John Lewis (2)
B2 Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers* With Thelonious Monk Blue Monk
Bass – Spanky DeBrestDrums – Art BlakeyProducer – Nesuhi ErtegunRecorded By – Earle Brown, Tom DowdTenor Saxophone – Johnny GriffinTrumpet – Bill HardmanWritten-By, Piano – Thelonious Monk
B3 David Newman* Hard Times
Alto Saxophone – David Newman*Baritone Saxophone – Hank CrawfordBass – Edgar WillisDrums – Milt TurnerPiano – Ray CharlesProducer – Jerry Wexler, Nesuhi ErtegunRecorded By – Tom DowdTrumpet – Marcus BelgraveWritten-By – Paul Mitchell*
B4 Charles Mingus Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting
Alto Saxophone – Jackie McLean, John HandyBaritone Saxophone – Pepper AdamsDrums – Dannie RichmondPiano – Horace ParlanProducer – Nesuhi ErtegunRecorded By – Tom DowdTenor Saxophone – Booker ErvinTrombone – Jimmy Knepper, Willie DennisWritten-By, Bass – Charles Mingus
B5 John Coltrane Giant Steps
Bass – Paul Chambers (3)Drums – Art TaylorPiano – Tommy FlanaganProducer – Nesuhi ErtegunRecorded By – Phil Iehle, Tom DowdWritten-By, Tenor Saxophone – John Coltrane
C1 Ornette Coleman Una Muy Bonita
Bass – Charlie HadenDrums – Billy HigginsProducer – Nesuhi ErtegunRecorded By – Bones HoweTrumpet [Pocket] – Donald Cherry*Written-By, Alto Saxophone – Ornette Coleman
C2 The Mitchell-Ruff Trio The Catbird Seat
Bass – Willie RuffDrums – Charles Smith*Producer – George Simon*Written-By, Piano – Dwike Mitchell
C3 Mose Allison Your Mind Is On Vacation
Bass – Addison FarmerDrums – Ossie Johnson*Producer – Nesuhi ErtegunRecorded By – Phil Iehle, Tom DowdWritten-By, Piano, Vocals – Mose Allison
C4 Punch Miller's Bunch & George Lewis (2) Preservation Blues
Banjo – Emanuel SaylesBass – "Papa John" Joseph*Clarinet – George Lewis (2)Drums – Abbey "Chinee" Foster*Producer – Nesuhi ErtegunRecorded By – Cosimo Matassa*Trombone – Louis Nelson (2)Trumpet – Ernest "Punch" Miller*Written-By – Traditional
C5 Hank Crawford Whispering Grass
Orchestra – Marty Paich OrchestraProducer – Nesuhi ErtegunRecorded By – Marty PaichSaxophone – Hank CrawfordWritten-By – Doris Fisher, Fred Fisher (2)
C6 The Charles Lloyd Quartet Sombrero Sam
Bass – Cecil McBeeDrums – Jack DeJohnettePiano – Keith JarrettProducer – Arif Mardin, George AvakianRecorded By – Phil IehleWritten-By, Flute – Charles Lloyd
D1 Freddie Hubbard Backlash
Alto Saxophone – James SpauldingBass – Bob CunninghamDrums – Otis Ray Appleton*Percussion – Ray BarrettoPiano – Albert DaileyProducer – Arif MardinRecorded By – Phil Iehle, Tom DowdTrumpet – Freddie HubbardWritten-By – Donald Pickett
D2 Rahsaan Roland Kirk* The Inflated Tear
Bass – Steve NovoselDrums – Jimmy HoppsPiano – Ron BurtonProducer – Joel DornRecorded By – Paul GoodmanWritten By, Tenor Saxophone, Saxophone [Stritch], Saxophone [Manzello], Clarinet – Rahsaan Roland Kirk*
D3 Herbie Mann Memphis Underground
Drums – Gene Christman*Electric Bass [Fender] – Mike LeechElectric Piano – Bobby WoodGuitar – Larry Coryell, Reggie YoungOrgan – Bobby EmmonsRecorded By, Producer – Tom DowdVibraphone – Roy AyersWritten-By, Flute – Herbie Mann
D4 Yusef Lateef Eastern Market
Bass – Cecil McBeeCongas – Norman PrideDrums – Bernard PurdieElectric Bass – Chuck RaineyElectric Guitar – Eric GalePercussion – Albert "Tootie" Heath*Producer – Joel DornRecorded By – Steve Schaeffer (2)Trumpet – Danny Moore, Snookie Young*, Jimmy OwensWritten-By, Flute – Yusef Lateef
D5 Les McCann & Eddie Harris Compared To What
Bass – Leroy VinnegarDrums – Donald DeanPiano, Vocals – Les McCannProducer – Joel Dorn, Nesuhi ErtegunTenor Saxophone – Eddie HarrisTrumpet – Benny BaileyWritten-By – Gene McDaniels*


Double gatefold jacket.

A1 recorded at Capitol Studios, Hollywood, Calif. in March 1955.
A3 recorded at Capitol Studios, New York, NY on November 26, 1956.
A4 recorded at Capitol Studios, Hollywood, Calif. on December 3, 1956.
A5 recorded at Coastal Studios, New York, NY on January 5, 1957.
B1 recorded at Atlantic Recording Studios, New York, NY on April 4, 1957.
B2 recorded at Capitol Studios, New York, NY on May 14, 1957.
B3 recorded at Atlantic Recording Studios, New York, NY on November 5, 1958.
B4 recorded at Atlantic Recording Studios, New York, NY on February 4, 1959.
B5 recorded at Atlantic Recording Studios, New York, NY on May 5, 1959.
C1 recorded at Radio Recorders, Hollywood, California on October 9, 1959.
C2 recorded at The Playback, New Haven, Conn. on July 27, 1961.
C3 recorded at Atlantic Recording Studios, New York, NY on March 15, 1962.
C4 recorded at Preservation Hall, New Orleans, Louisiana on July 6, 1962.
C5 recorded at United Recorders, Hollywood, California on February 16, 1963.
C6 recorded at Atlantic Recording Studios, New York, NY on March 29, 1966.
D1 recorded at Atlantic Recording Studios, New York, NY on October 19, 1966.
D2 recorded at Webster Hall, New York, NY on November 30, 1967.
D3 recorded at American Sound Studios, Memphis, Tenn. on August 21, 1968.
D4 recorded at Century Sound Studios, New York NY on February 5, 1969.
D5 recorded live at The Montreux Jazz Festival, Switzerland in June, 1969.

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