WITH OTHERS

The 1940s

  • Deliver Me To Tennessee/Heavenly Hideaway: Sonny Dunham (1942)
  • You're Blasť/Sweet Talk: Sunny Dunham (1942)
  • BEBOP REVISITED VOL 2: Manor All Stars (Xanadu/1945)
  • Benny Goodman (Columbia/1945)
         also ALL THE CATS JOINED IN
  • LOADED: Vido Musso (Savoy/1945-46)
         also NEW TRENDS OF JAZZ (as by Kai Winding)
         also OPUS DE BOP (as by Stan Getz)
  • HOORAY FOR JUNE CHRISTY AND STAN KENTON: June Christy (Session/1945)
         also EARLY JUNE (Fresh Sound)
  • THE KING OF SWING: Benny Goodman (Giants of Jazz/1946)
  • Stan Kenton (Capitol/1946)
        ARTISTRY IN PERCUSSION
         ARTISTRY IN BOOGIE
         ARTISTRY IN BOLERO
         ARTISTRY IN RHYTHM
         DUET: Stan Kenton/June Christy
         ENCORES
         THE CHRISTY YEARS 
         THE VERY BEST OF STAN KENTON (Pair)
         RETROSPECTIVE
         UNCOLLECTED STAN KENTON & HIS ORCHESTRA VOL. 5 (Hindsight)
         (and countless other collections)
  • PROGRESSIVE JAZZ: Stan Kenton (Swing House/1946)
  • THE YOUNG AT BOP: Neal Hefti (Keynote/1946)
         also SWINGING SOUNDS OF THE '40s: Various Artists (Mercury)
         also EARLY BE-BOP: Various Artists (Mercury)
  • ONE NIGHT STAND: June Christy/Vido Musso (Joyce/1947)
         also ONE NIGHT STAND AFRS #642 (Joyce)
         also STAN KENTON 1947 (Queen-Disc)
  • Skip Rope/If I Should Lose You: June Christy (Capitol/1947)
  • THE LIGHTER SIDE: Stan Kenton (Capitol/1947)
         also MACHITO (Capitol)
         also THE KENTON ERA (Capitol)
         also ENCORES (Capitol)
         also RETROSPECTIVE (Capitol)
  • THE CREATIVE WORLD: June Christy (Capitol/1947)
  • JAZZ FESTIVAL: Coleman Hawkins (Imperial/1947)
         also HOLLYWOOD STAMPEDE (Capitol)
  • Vido Musso (Trilon/1947)
  • Charlie Ventura (National/1947)
         also THE CHRONOLOGICAL CHARLIE VENTURA 1947-1949 (Classics)
         also BOP FOR THE PEOPLE (Proper)
  • CHARLIE VENTURA SEXTET IN CHICAGO - 1947: Charlie Ventura (Zim/1947)
  • THE TADD DAMERON BAND (Jazzland/1948)
         also FATS NAVARRO FEATURED WITH THE TADD DAMERON BAND (Mileston)
  • CLASSICS OF MODERN JAZZ VOL. 3: Lester Young (Jazzland/1948)
  • NEWLY DISCOVERED PERFORMANCES: Lester Young (ESP/1948)
         also LESTER LEAPS AGAIN (Affinity)
         also THE BE-BOP DAYS (Definitive)
  • A LOOK AT YESTERDAY: Al Haig (Mainstream/1948)
  • ELLA FITZGERALD/RAY BROWN (Alto/1948)
  • JAZZ GALLERY: Dizzy Gillespie (RCA/1949)
         also JAZZ GALLERY: Charlie Parker (RCA)
         also THE COMPLETE RCA VICTOR RECORDINGS: Dizzy Gillespie (Bluebird)
  • STRICTLY BEBOP: Dizzy Gillespie (Capitol/1949)
         also BEBOP PROFESSORS: Tadd Dameron (Capitol)
         also CROSSCURRENTS: Tadd Dameron (Affinity)
  • NONET 1948/JAM 1949: Miles Davis (Royal Jazz/1949)
  • STRICTLY BEBOP: Various (Tadd Dameron) (Capitol/1949)
         also CROSSCURRENTS: Tadd Dameron/Lenny Trtistano (Affinity)
         also BEBOP PROFESSORS: Various Artists (Capitol)
         also SETTING' THE PACE: Dexter Gordon (Proper)
         also DEXTER'S MOOD: Dexter Gordon (Proper)
         also GONE WITH THE WIND: Dexter Gordon/Fats Navarro (History)
         also THE COMPLETE BLUE NOTE AND CAPITOL RECORDINGS OF
              FATS NAVARRO AND TADD DAMERON
    (Blue Note)
  • BROTHERS AND OTHER MOTHERS: Various Artists (Savoy/1947 & 1949)
  • BIRTH OF THE COOL: Miles Davis (Capitol/1949)
  • FLIP: Flip Pillips (Clef/1949)
         also THE JAZZ SCENE: Various Artists (Verve)
  • BIG TEN & ROYAL ROOST JAM: Tadd Dameron (Beppo/1949)
         also THE FABULOUS FATS NAVARRO VOLUME 1: Fats Navarro (Blue Note)
  • RARA AVIS: Charlie Parker (Stash/1949)
  • Good Bait/The Squirrel: Tadd Dameron (Ult-Tadd/1949)
  • BREWER'S BLEW: Brew Moore (Bomo/1949 & 1953)
  • GEORGE WALLINGTON TRIO: George Wallington (Savoy/1949)
  • BREW MOORE VOLUME 2 (Savoy/1949)
         also LESTORIAN MODE
         also BROTHERS AND OTHER MOTHERS VOL. 2
  • PREZERVATION: Stan Getz/Al Haig (Prestige/1949)
  • May's Haze/Slow Rock: Betty Mays (Regal/1949)

The 1950s

  • Buddy Jayson (Jubilee/1950s)
  • Tito Puente (RCA/1950s)
         also CUANDO SUENAN LOS TAMBORES (BMG)
         also THE COMPLETE RCA VICTOR RECORDINGS VOL. 2 (BMG)
  • METRONOME ALL STARS (Columbia/1950)
         also THE BE-BOP ERA: Various (Columbia)
  • Bobby Sherwood (Mercury/1950)
  • Chubby Jackson and his Orchestra featuring Gerry Mulligan (New Jazz)
         also GOOD OLD ZOOT: Zoot Sims (New Jazz/1950)
         also CONCEPTION: Various Artists (Prestige)
         also GERRY MULLIGAN QUARTET FEATURING CHET BAKER 
              PLUS CHUBBY JACKSON BIG BAND FEATURING GERRY MULLIGAN
    (Prestige)
  • Mel Torme (Capitol/1950)
  • Johnny Parker (Capitol/1950)
         also WAY TO THE WEST: Art Pepper (?) (Fresh Sound)
  •  Artie Shaw (Capitol/1950)
  • Bernie Mann (Tower/1950)
  • Early Spring/Local 802 Blues: Metronome All Stars (Capitol/1951)
         also on CAPITOL CLASSICS VOL. 6: Metronome All Stars (Capitol)
         also on BIRTH OF THE COOL VOL. 2: Various Artists (Capitol
  • Gene Williams (King/1951)
  • I've Got The Blues For My Baby/The Right Kind Of Feeling: Gladys Bruce (Coral/1951)
  • Kissin' Bug Boogie/Bing Bong Bing: Neal Hefti (Coral/1951)
  • SYNCOPATED CLOCK: Bernie Leighton (Brunswick/1951)
  • Roberta Lee (Decca/1951)
  • Darlin'/Love Me Or Please Let Me Be: Rita Moss (Decca/1951)
  • Neal Hefti (Decca)
  • Jimmy Roma (Rainbow/1952)
  • Always: Neal Hefti (Coral/1952)
  • When You Surrender: Little Jimmy Scott (Coral/1952)
  • Something A Fool: Little Jimmy Scott (Brunswick/1952)
  • JAZZ TIME U.S.A. VOL. 1: Various Artists (Terry Gibbs) (Brunswick/1952)
  • Somebody Loves Me/Mean To Me: Neal Hefti (Coral/1952)
  • ZOOT SIMS ALL STARS (Prestige/1952)
         also THE BROTHERS
         also ZOOT CASE
  • VIBRATIONS: Don Elliott (Savoy/1952)
  • JAZZ TIME U.S.A. VOL. 2: Various Artists (Georgie Auld) (Brunswick/1953)
  • LOU STEIN AT LARGE: Lou Stein (Brunswick/1953)
  • DIRECTIONS IN MUSIC: Sauter-Finegan Orchestra (RCA/1952-53)
  • DIXIELAND VS. BIRDLAND: Bobby Byrne/Kai Winding (MGM/1953)
  • ARRANGEMENTS BY RICHARDS: Sonny Stitt (Roost/1953)
         (also on EARLY MODERN (Jazztone))
  • MUSIC FOR THE GIRL FRIEND: DID SOMEONE SAY A PARTY?: Artie Shaw (Decca/1953)
  • MR. B WITH A BEAT: Billy Eckstine & The Metronome All Stars (MGM/1953)
  • Woody Herman (First Heard/1953)
         (also on LaserLight)
  • Leo Anthony (Epic/1953)
  • JAZZ WORKSHOP VOL. 1: TROMBONE RAPPORT (Debut/1953)
    JAZZ WORKSHOP VOL. 2: TROMBONE RAPPORT (Debut/1953)
         also 4 TROMBONES (Debut)
         also 4 TROMBONES VOL. 2 (Debut)
         also issued as FOUR TROMBONES: THE DEBUT RECORDINGS (Prestige)
         also issued as part of THE COMPLETE DEBUT RECORDINGS OF CHARLES MINGUS
  • HERD FROM MARS: Woody Herman and the New Third Herd (Mars/1953)
         also MEN FROM MARS (Verve)
         also JAZZ THE UTMOST! (Verve)
  • THE "FOX" IN HI-FI: George Williams (Brunswick/1953)
  • Hip Shakin' Mama/Don't Steal My Heart: Beulah Swan (Bethlehem/1953)
  • Leo Anthony (Epic/1953)
  • Honky Tonk/Moderner Liebestraum: Jim Bright (Bethlehem/1953)
  • SINGS LULLABYS OF BIRDLAND: Chris Connor (Bethlehem/1953)
  • SYLVIA SYMS SINGS: Sylvia Syms (Atlantic/1954)
  • THE BIRDLANDERS (Period/1954)
         (aka THE OSCAR PETTIFORD MEMORIAL ALBUM (Vogue))
  • WHO DAT?: Leroy Anthony (Epic/1954)
  • HOT 'N' HEARTY: Neal Hefti (Epic/1954)
  • ANOTHER EVENING WITH CHARLIE VENTURA AND MARY ANN McCALL: Charlie Ventura 
         (Norgran/1954) 
         (aka AN EVENING WITH MARY ANN McCALL AND CHARLIE VENTURA (Verve))
  • HANDYLAND USA: George Handy ("X"/1954)
  • You Came A Long Way From St. Louis/Flaggin The Train: Ray McKinley (Decca/1954)
  • The Natives Are Restless Tonight/Arizay: Ray McKinley (Decca/1954)
  • WINTER SEQUENCE: Leonard Feather/Ralph Burns (MGM/1954)
  • RUGOLOMANIA: Pete Rugolo (Columbia/1954)
  • NEW SOUNDS: Pete Rugolo (Harmony/1954)
  • BLOW HOT, BLOW COOL: Herbie Fields (Decca/1954-55)
  • ORIGINAL MOODY'S MOOD: King Pleasure (Prestige/1954)
         (also KING PLEASURE SINGS - ANNIE ROSS SINGS)
  • TONY SCOTT SEPTET: Tony Scott Septet (RCA/1954)
         (also on TONY SCOTT/MILT BERNHARDT (Fresh Sound))
  • THE GIANTS OF JAZZ: Various Artists (Quincy Jones and the All Stars) (Columbia/1955)
  • CHRIS: Chris Connor (Bethlehem/1955)
  • THIS IS CHRIS: Chris Connor (Bethlehem/1955)
  • LONG ISLAND SUITE: Tony Aless (Roost/1955)
  • IN THE LAND OF HI-FI: Sarah Vaughan (EmArcy/1955)
  • JAZZ SPECTACULAR: Fankie Laine/Buck Clayton and his orchestra (Columbia/1955)
         (also JAZZ SPEC)
  • DRUMMER MAN: Gene Krupa (Verve/1956)
  • JOHNNY MATHIS: Johnny Mathis (Columbia/1956)
  • THE BEAT OF MY HEART: Tony Bennett (Columbia/1957)
  • SOUNDFLIGHTS INTO JAZZ VOL. 2: Air Force Reserve (Soundflights Into Jazz/1958)
  • LIVE EUROPEAN CONCERT: The All-Stars (Lee Konitz) (Unique/1958)
  • COLEMAN HAWKINS & FRIENDS AT FAMOUS JAZZ PARTY
         Coleman Hawkins (Enigma/1958)
  • GENE KRUPA PLAYS GERRY MULLIGAN ARRANGEMENTS: Gene Krupa (Verve/1958)
  • LIVE EUROPEAN CONCERT: The All Stars (Unique Jazz/Late 1950s)

The 1960s

  • RARE BROADCASTS: Roy Eldridge (Duke/1960)
  • I WANNA BE LOVED: Dinah Washington (Mercury/1962)
  • TEARS AND LAUGHTER: Dinah Washington (Mercury/1962)
  • RHYTHM IS MY BUSINESS: Ella Fitzgerald (Verve/1962)
  • CABIN IN THE SKY: Curtis Fuller (Impulse/1962)
  • A NEW LOOK AT THE WORLD: Alan Keller and Trombones (Parker/1962)
  • QUINCY JONES PLAYS HIP HITS: Quincy Jones (Mercury/1963)
  • ANY NUMBER CAN WIN: Jimmy Smith (Verve/1963)
  • OPEN HIGHWAY: Teri Thornton (Columbia/1963)
  • NEW FANTASY: Lalo Schifrin (Verve/1964)
  • VIVA VAUGHAN!: Sarah Vaughan (Mercury/1964)
  • WE HAD A BALL: Various Artists (Quincy Jones) (Limelight/1964)
  • JAZZ DIALOGUE: Modern Jazz Quartet (Atlantic/1965)
  • THE SHADOW OF YOUR SMILE: Astrud Gilberto (Verve/1965)
  • ESTHER: Esther Phillips (Atlantic/1965)
  • A MAN CALLED ADAM: Sammy Davis, Jr./Mel Torme/Benny Carter (Reprise/1965)
  • THE DISSECTION AND RECONSTRUCTION OF MUSIC... (aka MARQUIS DE SADE): 
         Lalo Schifrin (Verve/1966)
  • IT'S A MAN'S WORLD: Sarah Vaughan (Mercury/1967)
  • SASSY SWINGS AGAIN: Sarah Vaughan (Mercury/1967)
  • TWENTY-ONE TROMBONES: Urbie Green and Twenty of the 'World's Greatest' (Project 3/1968)
  • SUMMERTIME: Paul Desmond (A&M/CTI/1968)
  • WALKING IN SPACE: Quincy Jones (A&M/CTI/1969)
  • Benny Goodman (1969)

The 1970s

  • COLORADO JAZZ PARTY (aka USA*JAZZ*LIVE) (MPS/1971)
         also ON THE TRAIL (Pausa)
         also OLEO (Pausa)
  • GIANTS OF JAZZ IN BERLIN '71: Giants of Jazz (Emarcy/1971)
  • THE GIANTS OF JAZZ: Art Blakey/Dizzy Gillespie/Al McKibbon/
         Thelonius Monk/Sonny Stitt/Kai Winding (Atlantic/1971)
  • NEWPORT IN NEW YORK '72: THE JAM SESSIONS, VOL. 3 & 4 (Cobblestone/1972)
  • NEWPORT IN NEW YORK '72: THE SOUL SESSIONS, VOL. 6 (Cobblestone/1972)
  • LIVE AT THE 1972 MONTEREY JAZZ FESTIVAL: Art Blakey And The Giants Of Jazz (Monterey Jazz Festival/2008)
  • THE NEED TO BE: Esther Satterfield (A&M/1975)
  • BRASS FEVER: Brass Fever (ABC Impulse/1975)
  • TROMBONE TEAM: Marcello Rosa (Fone/1975)
  • THE GRUNTIN' GENIUS: Milt Buckner (Riff/1976)
  • WINGS: Michel Colombier (A&M/1977)
  • THE CHILDREN OF SANCHEZ: Chuck Mangione (A&M/1978)
  • AMBASSADOR AT LARGE: Lionel Hampton (Glad Hamp/1979)
  • THE NEW MEL LEWIS QUINTET LIVE: Mel Lewis (Sandra/1979)

The 1980s

  • TROMBONE SUMMIT: Winding/Mangelsdorff/Watrous/Whigham (MPS/1980)
         also MPS VARIATION '81
  • ALL-STAR JAM LIVE - AUREZ JAZZ FESTIVAL '82: Aurex Jazz All-Stars (East World/1982)
         (also features J.J. Johnson)
  • MAT MATHEWS AND FRIENDS: Mat Mathews (Audiophile/?)  
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