Jazz At The Philharmonic - Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic New Volume 5 - Concert Contrasts album flac
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|A1||Tea For Two
Written By – Youmans
|A2||I've Found A New Baby
Written By – Palmer, Williams
|B1||I Surrender Dear
Written By – Barris
|B2||The Man I Love
Written By – G. & I. Gershwin
- Distributed By – Columbia Graphophone Company Ltd.
- Alto Saxophone – Willie Smith (tracks: B2)
- Bass – Billy Hadnott (tracks: B2), Johnny Miller (tracks: A1, A2), Ray Brown (tracks: B1), Red Callender (tracks: A2)
- Drums – Jo Jones (tracks: B1), Lee Young (tracks: A1, A2, B2)
- Guitar – Les Paul (tracks: A1, A2)
- Piano – Hank Jones (tracks: B1), Mel Powell (tracks: B2), Nat King Cole (tracks: A1, A2)
- Supervised By, Liner Notes – Norman Granz
- Tenor Saxophone – Charlie Ventura (tracks: B2), Flip Phillips (tracks: B1), Illinois Jacquet (tracks: A1, A2, B1), Jack McVea (tracks: A1, A2), Lester Young (tracks: B2)
- Trombone – Bill Harris (tracks: B1), J.J. Johnson (tracks: A1)
- Trumpet – Dizzy Gillespie (tracks: B2), Howard McGhee (tracks: B1), Shorty Sherock (tracks: A2)
Notes"7 great new releases of Norman Granz' 'Jazz at the Philharmonic'... plus 3 new EP's", Gramophone magazine, July 1956, Supplement, p. 6.
|MG VOL. 5||Jazz At The Philharmonic||Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic New Volume 5 (LP, Comp, Mono)||Clef Records||MG VOL. 5||US||1955|
|MG Vol. 5||Jazz At The Philharmonic||Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 5 (LP, Mono, RE)||Verve Records||MG Vol. 5||US||1957|
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The concert presented in this package was billed at Norman Granz Jazz at the Philharmonic 12th National Tour. Most of the advance publicity focused on one segment of the show: A drum battle between Gene Krupa and Buddy Rich. This Spanish import presents a 1952 show produced by Norman Granz at New York's Carnegie Hall, as well as several additional tracks recorded in Europe. The concert, never before released in complete form, features Roy Eldridge and Charlie Shavers on trumpet, Benny Carter and Willie Smith on alto sax, Lester Young and Flip Phillips on tenor sax, Oscar Peterson and Hank Jones on piano, Barney Kessel on guitar, Ray Brown on bass, and Buddy Rich, Gene Krupa, and Max Roach on drums.