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Johnny Hodges

1997

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Catawiki number: 217127
Category: Vinyl records and CDs
Title: Johnny Hodges
Main artist / band: Hodges, Johnny
Medium: CD - 1CDIcon-information
Label: RCAIcon-information, Victor
Release number: 74321 52065 2
Collection / set: Planet Jazz
Number in collection:  
Series:  
Country: European Union
Year: 1997
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Genre: Jazz
Details:
(a) Recorded: Hollywood May 4, 1940
Personnel: Duke Ellington and his famous Orchestra: Duke Ellington - piano, Wallace Jones, Cootie Williams - trumpet, Rex Stewart - cornet, Joe Nanton, Lawrence Brown - trombone, Juan Tizol - valve trombone, Barney Bigard - clarinet, Johnny Hodges - clarinet, soprano sax, alto sax, Otto Hardwick - alto sax, baritone sax, Ben Webster - tenor sax, Harry Carney - clarinet, alto sax, baritone sax, Fred Guy - guitar, Jimmy Blanton - bass, Sonny Greer - drums.
Never No Lament (Don’t get around much anymore)
(b) Recorded: Chicago September 5, 1940
Personnel: (b) Same In a Mellotone
(c.) Recorded: Chicago November 2, 1940
Personnel: Johnny Hodges and his Orchestra: Cootie Williams - trumpet, Lawrence Brown - trombone, Johnny Hodges - alto sax, Harry Carney - baritone sax, Duke Ellington -piano, Jimmy Blanton - bass, Sonny Greer - drums That’s the Blues old man
(d.) Recorded: Hollywood July 3, 1941
Personnel: Johnny Hodges and his Orchestra: Ray Nance - trumpet, Lawrence Brown - trombone, Johnny Hodges - alto sax, Harry Carney - baritone sax, Duke Ellington -piano, Jimmy Blanton - bass, Sonny Greer - drums
Passion flower, Things ain’t what they used to be.
(e.) Recorded: New York December 12, 1944
Personnel: Duke Ellington and his famous Orchestra: Duke Ellington - piano, Taft Jordan, Shelton Hemphill, Cat Anderson - trumpet, Ray Nance - cornet, violin, Joe Nanton, - trombone, Barney Bigard - clarinet, tenor sax, Johnny Hodges - alto sax, Otto Hardwick - alto sax, Harry Carney - clarinet, baritone sax, Al Sears - tenor sax, Fred Guy - guitar, Alvin Junior Raglin - bass, Sonny Greer - drums.
Come Sunday (from Black Brown and Beige)
(f) Recorded: New York January 7,1965
Personnel: Johnny Hodges - alto sax, Wild Bill Davis - organ, Dickie Thompson, Mundell Lowe - guitar, Milt Hinton - bass, Osie Johnson - drums
On the sunny side of the street, I’m beginning to see the light, Sophisticated lady.
(g) Recorded: Atlantic City August 10,1966 Live at Grace’s little Belmont
Personnel: Johnny Hodges - alto sax, Lawrence Bronw - trombone, Bob Brown - tenor sax,flute, Wild Bill Davis - organ, Dickie Thompson - guitar, banjo, Bobby Durham - drums
Good Queen Bess, It’s only a paper moon.
(h) Recorded: New York December 20, 1966
Personnel: Duke Ellington and his orchestra: Cat Anderson, Cootie Williams, Mercer Ellington, Herbie Jones - trumpet, Lawrence Brown, Chuck Connors, Buster Cooper - trombone, Jimmy Hamilton - clarinet, tenor sax, Russell Procope -alto sax, clarinet, Johnny Hodges - alto sax, Paul Gonsalves - tenor sax, Harry Carney - baritone sax, Duke Ellington - piano, John Lamb - bass, Rufus Jones - drums.
Isfahan (from the Far East Suite)
(i) Recorded: New York January 10, 1967
Personnel: Roy Eldridge - trumpet, Benny Powell -trombone, Johnny Hodges - alto sax, Harry Carney - baritone sax, Nat Pierce, Jimmy Jones - piano, Billy Butler - guitar, Joe Benjamin - bass, Oliver Jackson - drums
Big Boy Blues
(j) Recorded: New York, September 1, 1967
Personnel: Duke Ellington and his orchestra: Cat Anderson, Cootie Williams, Mercer Ellington, Herbie Jones - trumpet, Lawrence Brown, Chuck Connors, Buster Cooper - trombone, Jimmy Hamilton - clarinet, tenor sax, Russell Procope -alto sax, clarinet, Johnny Hodges - alto sax, Paul Gonsalves - tenor sax, Harry Carney - baritone sax, Duke Ellington - piano, Aaron Bell - bass, Steve Little - drums.
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Submission date: 16-01-2009 11:28:26
Submitted by: PeteMolenaar
Last updated on: 09-12-2014 01:04:50
Last updated by: MatthijsS
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Tracks voor dit album
Track
01: I’m beginning to see the light (3:25)
(Guest) Artist
Davis, Wild Bill, Hinton, Milt, Lowe, Mundell
Genre
Jazz
Track
02: In a Mellotone (3:16 )
Genre
Jazz
Track
03: Passion flower (3:05 )
Genre
Jazz
Track
04: Big Boy Blues (3:19 )
(Guest) Artist
Eldridge, Roy, Pierce, Nat, Powell, Benny
Genre
Jazz
Track
05: Things ain’t what they used to be (3:36)
Genre
Jazz
Track
06: Snibor (4:19)
Genre
Jazz
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07: Sophisticated lady (4:01 )
Genre
Jazz
Track
08: Good Queen Bess (3:22 )
(Guest) Artist
Brown, Lawrence
Genre
Jazz
Track
09: That’s the blues old man (2:54)
Genre
Jazz
Track
10: Never no Lament (Don’t get around much anymore) (3:16 )
Genre
Jazz
Track
11: Come Sunday (4:29)
Genre
Jazz
Track
12: Isfahan (4:02)
(Guest) Artist
Duke Ellington Orchestra, The, Ellington, Duke
Genre
Jazz
Track
13: On the sunny side of the street (3:45)
Genre
Jazz
Track
14: It’s only a paper moon (2:59)
Genre
Jazz
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