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Various - The 1950's -The Singers Album
Various - The 1950's -The Singers Album
Performer: Various
Title: The 1950's -The Singers
Label: CBS
Country: Netherlands
Released: 1987
Cat: 460608 4
Rating: 4.3/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2395 mb | MP3 size: 2751 mb | WMA size: 2580 mb
Genre: Jazz

1Hot Lips Page And His OrchestraThere Ain't No Flies On Me
Alto Saxophone – Vincent Bair-BeyBass [String Bass] – Leonard GaskinDrums – Herbert LavellePiano – Joseph KnightTenor Saxophone – Ray AbramsTrombone – Arthur Phipps, James Buxton Trumpet, Vocals – Hot Lips PageWritten-By – B. Astor, T. Ford
2Lee Wiley With Bobby Hackett And His Swinging StringsStreet Of Dreams
Bass [String Bass] – Billy GoodallCello – George KoutzemCornet – Bobby HackettDrums – Charles Smith Piano – Joe BushkinViola – Dick DicklerViolin – Gabriel Banat, Herb BaumelVocals – Lee WileyWritten-By – Lewis, Young
3Louis Armstrong And His All-StarsMack The Knife
Bass [String Bass] – Arvell ShawClarinet – Barney BigardDrums – Barrett DeemsPiano – Billy KyleTrombone – Trummy YoungTrumpet, Vocals – Louis ArmstrongWritten-By – Brecht, Weill, Blitzstein
4Johnny MathisEasy To Love
Alto Saxophone – John La PortaBass [String Bass] – Bill PembertonDirected By, Arranged By – Gil EvansDrums – Billy ExinerPiano – Hank JonesTrombone – Benny GreenTrombone [Bass Trombone] – Tom MitchellTrumpet – Buck Clayton, Jimmy MaxwellVocals – Johnny MathisWritten-By – C. Porter
5Joe Williams With Red Saunders & His OrchestraHey! Bartender, Give That Man A Drink
Bass [String Bass] – James RichardsonDrums – Red SaundersPiano – Earl WashingtonReeds – Leon Washington, Mac Eastern, Porter KilbertTrombone – Harlen Floyd, Richard Haley Trumpet – Fortunatos Ricard, George CohnVocals – Joe WilliamsWritten By – R. HallWritten-By – R. Saunders
6Sarah Vaughan With George Treadwell And His All StarsMean To Me
Bass [String Bass] – Billy TaylorClarinet – Tony Scott Directed By – George TreadwellDrums – J.C. HeardGuitar – Mundell LowePiano – Jimmy Jones Tenor Saxophone – Budd JohnsonTrombone – Benny GreenTrumpet – Miles DavisVocals – Sarah VaughanWritten-By – Ahlert, Turk
7Billie Holiday With Mal Waldron's All-StarsFine And Mellow
Bass [String Bass] – Jim AtlasDrums – Jo JonesGuitar – Danny BarkerPiano – Mal WaldronTenor Saxophone – Ben Webster, Coleman Hawkins, Lester YoungTrombone – Vic DickensonTrumpet – Doc CheathamVocals – Billie HolidayWritten-By – B. Holiday
8Jimmy RushingRussian Lullaby
Bass [String Bass] – Gene RameyDrums – Jo JonesGuitar – Skeeter BestOrgan – Sir Charles ThompsonTenor Saxophone – Buddy TateVocals – Jimmy RushingWritten-By – I. Berlin
9Betty CarterFrenesi
Bass [String Bass] – Milt HintonDirected By – Gigi GryceDrums – Osie JohnsonPiano – Hank JonesReeds – Al Cohn, Danny Bank, Hal McCusick, Seldon PowellTrombone – Jimmy Cleveland, Sam MarowitzTrumpet – Bernie Glow, Conte Candoli, Joe Ferrante, Nick TravisVocals – Betty CarterWritten-By – A. Dominguez
10Dolores HawkinsOooh-Wee!
Bass [String Bass] – Al HallDrums – Kelly MartinPiano – Ellis LarkinsReeds – Al Johnson , Arleem Kareem, George James , Lowell HastingsTrombone – Henderson ChambersTrumpet – Joe Wilder, Taft JordanVocals – Dolores HawkinsWritten By – Biggs, Lee, Thomas
11Betty Roché With Duke Ellington And His OrchestraTake The 'A' Train
Alto Saxophone – Hilton JeffersonBass [String Bass] – Wendell MarshallClarinet – Jimmy HamiltonClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Russell ProcopeClarinet, Baritone Saxophone – Harry CarneyDrums – Louis BellsonPiano – Billy StrayhornPiano, Directed By – Duke EllingtonTenor Saxophone – Paul GonsalvesTrombone – Britt Woodman, Quentin JacksonTrumpet – Cat Anderson, Clark Terry, Ray Nance, Willie CookValve Trombone – Juan TizolVocals – Betty RochéWritten-By – B. Strayhorn
12Lambert, Hendricks & RossCharleston Alley
Directed By – Charles IsaacsDrums – Walter BoldenPiano – Gildo MahonesTrumpet – Harry EdisonVocals – Annie Ross, Dave Lambert , Jon HendricksWritten-By – Henderson, Hendricks, Kirkland
13Babs Gonzales With Little Johnny Griffin & His OrchestraFlyin' Home
Alto Saxophone – Ernie WilkinsBaritone Saxophone – Charlie FowlkesBass [String Bass] – Gene RameyDrums – James JohnsonTenor Saxophone – Johnny GriffinTrombone – Henry CokerTrumpet – Joe WilderVocals – Babs GonzalesWritten-By – Goodman, DeLange, Hampton


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CJ 40799Various The 1950's -The Singers ‎(LP, Comp, RM)Columbia Jazz MasterpiecesCJ 40799US1987
CK 40799, DIDP 70489Various The 1950's - The Singers ‎(CD, Comp, RM)Columbia, ColumbiaCK 40799, DIDP 70489US1987
CBS 460608 2Various The 1950's - The Singers ‎(CD, Comp, RM)CBSCBS 460608 2Europe1987
CBS 460608 1Various 1950s Jazz The Singers ‎(LP, Comp, RM)CBSCBS 460608 1Netherlands1987
177005Various The 1950's -The Singers ‎(LP, Comp)CBS177005Brazil1987


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