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Art Blakey And The Jazz Messengers - The History Of Art Blakey And The Jazz Messengers Album

Performer:

Art Blakey And The Jazz Messengers

Title:

The History Of Art Blakey And The Jazz Messengers

Genre:

Jazz

MP3 album size:

2191 mb

Label:

Blue Note

Rating:

4.6

Style:

Hard Bop

Country:

US

Date of release:

1992

Catalog:

CDP 7 97190 2

Art Blakey And The Jazz Messengers - The History Of Art Blakey And The Jazz Messengers Album

Tracklist

1Blues March
Bass – Jymie MerrittDrums – Art BlakeyEngineer [Recording] – Rudy Van GelderPiano – Bobby TimmonsProducer – Alfred LionTenor Saxophone – Benny GolsonTrumpet – Lee MorganWritten-By – Benny Golson
6:53
2Quicksilver
Alto Saxophone – Lou DonaldsonBass – Curly RussellDrums – Art BlakeyEngineer [Recording] – Rudy Van GelderPiano – Horace SilverProducer – Alfred LionTrumpet – Clifford BrownWritten-By – Horace Silver
6:26
3Free For All
Bass – Reggie WorkmanDrums – Art BlakeyEngineer [Recording] – Rudy Van GelderPiano – Cedar WaltonProducer – Alfred LionTenor Saxophone – Wayne ShorterTrombone – Curtis FullerWritten-By – Wayne Shorter
11:04
4When Love Is New
Bass – Reggie WorkmanDrums – Art BlakeyEngineer [Recording] – Rudy Van GelderPiano – Cedar WaltonProducer – Alfred LionTenor Saxophone – Wayne ShorterTrombone – Curtis FullerTrumpet – Lee MorganWritten-By – Cedar Walton
6:01
5A Wheel Within A Wheel
Alto Saxophone – Bobby Watson Baritone Saxophone – Branford MarsalisBass – Charles FambroughDrums – Art Blakey, John RamseyEngineer [Recording] – Dave RichardsGuitar – Kevin EubanksPiano – James Williams Producer – Wim WigtTenor Saxophone – Bill PierceTrombone – Robin EubanksTrumpet – Valery Ponomarev, Wynton MarsalisWritten-By – Bobby Watson
7:50
6Moanin'
Bass – Jymie MerrittDrums – Art BlakeyEngineer [Recording] – Rudy Van GelderPiano – Bobby TimmonsProducer – Alfred LionTenor Saxophone – Benny GolsonTrumpet – Lee MorganWritten-By – Bobby Timmons
9:30
7A Night In Tunisia
Bass – Jymie MerrittDrums – Art BlakeyEngineer [Recording] – Rudy Van GelderPiano – Bobby TimmonsProducer – Alfred LionTenor Saxophone – Wayne ShorterTrumpet – Lee MorganWritten-By – Dizzy Gillespie
11:11
8Gertrude's Bounce
Bass – Mickey BassCongas – Tony WatersDrums – Art BlakeyEngineer [Recording] – Jim SternPiano – Cedar WaltonProducer – Orrin KeepnewsTenor Saxophone – Carter JeffersonTrumpet – Woody ShawWritten-By – Richie Powell
4:43
9Up Jumped Spring
Bass – Jymie MerrittDrums – Art BlakeyEngineer [Recording] – Wally HeiderPiano – Cedar WaltonProducer – Alan DouglasTenor Saxophone – Wayne ShorterTrombone – Curtis FullerTrumpet – Freddie HubbardWritten-By – Freddie Hubbard
9:45
10Mosaic
Bass – Jymie MerrittDrums – Art BlakeyEngineer [Recording] – Rudy Van GelderPiano – Cedar WaltonProducer – Alfred LionTenor Saxophone – Wayne ShorterTrombone – Curtis FullerTrumpet – Freddie HubbardWritten-By – Cedar Walton
8:09
11Little T
Alto Saxophone – Jackie McLeanBass – Spanky DeBrestDrums – Art BlakeyPiano – Sam DockeryProducer – George AvakianTrumpet – Bill HardmanWritten-By – Donald Byrd
8:45
12The Thin Man
Alto Saxophone – Sahib ShihabBaritone Saxophone – Ernie ThompsonBass – Laverne BarkerDrums – Art BlakeyEngineer [Recording] – Doug HawkinsPiano – Walter BishopProducer – Alfred LionTenor Saxophone – Musa KaleemTrombone – Howard BoweTrumpet – Kenny DorhamWritten-By – Kenny Dorham
2:58
13Doodlin'
Bass – Doug WatkinsDrums – Art BlakeyEngineer [Recording] – Rudy Van GelderPiano – Horace SilverProducer – Alfred LionTenor Saxophone – Hank MobleyTrumpet – Kenny DorhamWritten-By – Horace Silver
6:44
14Minor's Holiday
Bass – Doug WatkinsDrums – Art BlakeyEngineer [Recording] – Rudy Van GelderPiano – Horace SilverProducer – Alfred LionTenor Saxophone – Hank MobleyTrumpet – Kenny DorhamWritten-By – Kenny Dorham
8:39
15The Egyptian
Bass – Reggie WorkmanDrums – Art BlakeyEngineer [Recording] – Rudy Van GelderPiano – Cedar WaltonProducer – Alfred LionTenor Saxophone – Wayne ShorterTrombone – Curtis FullerTrumpet – Lee MorganWritten-By – Curtis Fuller
10:25
16Justice
Bass – Jymie MerrittDrums – Art BlakeyEngineer [Recording] – Rudy Van GelderPiano – Bobby TimmonsProducer – Alfred LionTenor Saxophone – Benny GolsonTrumpet – Lee MorganWritten-By – Thelonious Monk
7:33
17Avila And Tequila
Bass – Doug WatkinsDrums – Art BlakeyEngineer [Recording] – Rudy Van GelderPiano – Horace SilverProducer – Alfred LionTenor Saxophone – Hank MobleyTrumpet – Kenny DorhamWritten-By – Hank Mobley
12:11
18Ms. B. C.
Alto Saxophone – Bobby Watson Bass – Charles FambroughDrums – Art BlakeyEngineer [Recording] – Philippe OmnesPiano – James Williams Producer – Wim WigtTenor Saxophone – Bill PierceTrumpet – Wynton MarsalisWritten-By – Pamela Watson
6:43
19Wee Dot
Alto Saxophone – Lou DonaldsonBass – Curly RussellDrums – Art BlakeyEngineer [Recording] – Rudy Van GelderPiano – Horace SilverProducer – Alfred LionTrumpet – Clifford BrownWritten-By – J.J. Johnson, Leo Parker
6:45
20Lester Left Town
Bass – Jymie MerrittDrums – Art BlakeyEngineer [Recording] – Rudy Van GelderPiano – Bobby TimmonsProducer – Alfred LionTenor Saxophone – Wayne ShorterTrumpet – Lee MorganWritten-By – Wayne Shorter
6:25
21Dat Dere
Bass – Jymie MerrittDrums – Art BlakeyEngineer [Recording] – Rudy Van GelderPiano – Bobby TimmonsProducer – Alfred LionTenor Saxophone – Benny GolsonTrumpet – Lee MorganWritten-By – Bobby Timmons
5:30
22Three Blind Mice
Arranged By – Curtis FullerBass – Jymie MerrittDrums – Art BlakeyEngineer [Recording] – Wally HeiderPiano – Cedar WaltonProducer – Alan DouglasTenor Saxophone – Wayne ShorterTrombone – Curtis FullerTrumpet – Freddie HubbardWritten-By – Traditional
8:17
23Arabia
Bass – Jymie MerrittDrums – Art BlakeyEngineer [Recording] – Rudy Van GelderPiano – Cedar WaltonProducer – Alfred LionTenor Saxophone – Wayne ShorterTrombone – Curtis FullerTrumpet – Freddie HubbardWritten-By – Curtis Fuller
9:06
24Jodi
Alto Saxophone – Bobby Watson Bass – Dennis IrwinDrums – Art BlakeyEngineer [Recording] – George KlabinPiano – Walter DavisProducer – Fred BalinTenor Saxophone – Dave SchnitterTrumpet – Valery PonomarevWritten-By – Walter Davis Jr.
10:15
25Ping Pong
Bass – Jymie MerrittDrums – Art BlakeyEngineer [Recording] – Rudy Van GelderPiano – Bobby TimmonsProducer – Alfred LionTenor Saxophone – Wayne ShorterTrumpet – Lee MorganWritten-By – Wayne Shorter
7:00

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CDP 7 97190 2Art Blakey And The Jazz Messengers The History Of Art Blakey And The Jazz Messengers ‎(3xCD, Comp)Blue NoteCDP 7 97190 2UK1991
5379513Art Blakey And The Jazz Messengers The History Of Art Blakey And The Jazz Messengers ‎(3xCD, Comp)Blue Note5379513US1992

Credits

  • Compilation ProducerMichael Cuscuna
  • DesignFranko Caligiuri
  • Design [Agency]Inkwell, Inc.
  • Liner NotesIra Gitler
  • Mastered By [Digital Transfers]Ron McMaster

Notes

Track 1-1 - Recorded at WOR Studios in New York City on December 27, 1947.
Tracks 1-2 & 1-3 - Recorded live at Birdland on February 21, 1954.
Track 1-4 - Recorded at the Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, New Jersey on December 13, 1954.
Tracks 1-5 & 1-6 - Recorded at the Cafe Bohemia on November 23, 1955.
Track 1-7 - Recorded in New York City on January 14, 1957. Produced for Pacific Jazz Records.
Tracks 1-8 & 1-9 - Recorded at the Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, New Jersey on October 30, 1958.

Track 2-1 - Recorded at Birdland on April 15, 1959.
Tracks 2-2 & 2-3 - Recorded at he Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey on March 6, 1960.
Track 2-4 - Recorded at he Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey in August, 1960.
Track 2-5 - Recorded at he Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey on February 18, 1961.
Tracks 2-6 & 2-7 - Recorded at he Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey on October 2, 1961.
Track 2-8 - Recorded at the Rennaisance in Los Angeles in March, 1962. Produced for United Artists Records.

Track 3-1 - Recorded at the Rennaisance in Los Angeles in March, 1962. Produced for United Artists Records.
Track 3-2 - Recorded at he Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey on February 10, 1964.
Track 3-3 - Recorded at he Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey on April 24, 1964.
Track 3-4 - Recorded at he Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey on May 15, 1964.
Track 3-5 - Recorded at Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, California in March 1973. Produced for Prestige Records.
Track 3-6 - Recorded at Sound Ideas, New York City in February 1977. Produced for Roulette Records.
Track 3-7 - Recorded live at Montreux Jazz Festival on July 17, 1980. Produced for Timeless Records. Originally issued on "Live At Montreux and North Sea" (Timeless). Licensed from Timeless Records, B.V.
Track 3-8 - Recorded at Studio Davout in Paris on April 12, 1981. Produced for Timeless Records. Originally issued on "Album Of The Year" (Timeless). Licensed from Timeless Records, B.V.

All Alfred Lion produced tracks produced for Blue Note.

In double jewel case.

Says (C)(P)1991 Capitol Records, Inc. on sleeve and (C)(P)1992 Capitol Records, Inc. on discs.

Barcodes

  • Barcode (Text): 0 7777-97190-2 0
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1 & 2 CD 1): B2 97191(97190-1) S2805M 1-1-1 CAPITOL JAX 1C
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1 CD 2): B2 97192(97190-2) S2805L Y 1-1-4 CAPITOL JAX
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2 CD 2): B2 97192(97190-2) S2805L Y 1-1-3 CAPITOL JAX 3C
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1 & 2 CD 3): B2 97193(97190-3) S2805N Y 1-2-1 CAPITOL JAX

Companies

  • Copyright (c) – Capitol Records, Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Capitol Records, Inc.
  • Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.
  • Designed At – InkWell, Inc.
  • Pressed By – Capitol Jax

Album

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