Tracklist

12" Vinyl 1: Disc 1
# Title Rating Length
A1 Moon River
5:34
A2 On Green Dolphin Street
6:25
A3 What Is This Thing Called Love
5:49
A4 Count Every Star
6:14
B1 Shadrack
6:20
B2 Gooden's Corner
8:11
B3 Two for One
7:38
12" Vinyl 2: Disc 2
# Title Rating Length
C1 Airegin
7:34
C2 Airegin
7:32
C3 Nancy
6:20
D1 I Concentrate on You
5:40
D2 The Things We Did Last Summer
5:54
D3 The Song Is You
7:44
12" Vinyl 3: Disc 3
# Title Rating Length
E1 It Ain't Necessarily So
10:20
E2 My Favorite Things
8:28
F1 Hip Funk
8:35
F2 Oleo
5:35
F3 Oleo
6:00
12" Vinyl 4: Disc 4
# Title Rating Length
G1 Little Girl Blue
7:12
G2 Tune Up
7:17
G3 Someday My Prince Will Come
6:26
H1 If I Should Lose You
6:03
H2 My One and Only Love
5:47
H3 Back in Your Own Backyard
8:01
12" Vinyl 5: Disc 5
# Title Rating Length
I1 Born to Be Blue
4:52
I2 Born to Be Blue
4:39
I3 Cool Blues
7:55
J1 Outer Space
8:43
J2 Grenada
6:25
J3 Hey There
7:24

Credits

12" Vinyl 1: Disc 1

drums:
Louis Hayes (1961-12-23) (tracks A1–B3)
guitar:
Grant Green (Jazz guitarist) (1961-12-23) (tracks A1–B3)
bass:
Sam Jones (jazz bassist) (1961-12-23) (tracks A1–B3)
piano:
Sonny Clark (1961-12-23) (tracks A1–B3)
tenor saxophone:
Ike Quebec (1961-12-23) (track A4)
composer:
Bruno Coquatrix (track A4)
Henry Mancini (American composer, conductor and arranger) (track A1)
Claudius Valk (track A3)
Cole Porter (1929) (track A3)
Bronislau Kaper (Bronisław Kaper) (1947) (track A2)
engineer:
Rudy van Gelder (1961-12-23) (tracks A1–B3)
lyricist:
Sammy Gallop (track A4)
Johnny Mercer (track A1)
Cole Porter (1929) (track A3)
Ned Washington (1947) (track A2)
producer:
Alfred Lion (tracks A1–B3)
writer:
R. McGimsey (track B1)
publisher:
Sony/ATV Harmony (track A1)
Warner/Chappell (track A3)
recorded at:
Van Gelder Studio (Englewood Cliffs, July 20, 1959 -) in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States (1961-12-23) (tracks A1–B3)
instrumental cover recording of:
Moon River (1961-12-23) (track A1)
instrumental recording of:
Count Every Star (1961-12-23) (track A4)
On Green Dolphin Street (1961-12-23) (track A2)
What Is This Thing Called Love? (1961-12-23) (track A3)
later translated versions:
recording of:
Shadrack (1961-12-23) (track B1)

12" Vinyl 2: Disc 2

drums:
Art Blakey (1962-01-13) (tracks C1–D3)
guitar:
Grant Green (Jazz guitarist) (tracks C1, C3)
Grant Green (Jazz guitarist) (1962-01-13) (tracks C2, D1–D3)
bass:
Sam Jones (jazz bassist) (tracks C1, C3)
Sam Jones (jazz bassist) (1962-01-13) (tracks C2, D1–D3)
piano:
Sonny Clark (tracks C1, C3)
Sonny Clark (1962-01-13) (tracks C2, D1–D3)
composer:
Jerome Kern (track D3)
Jule Styne (track D2)
Jimmy Van Heusen (track C3)
Cole Porter (1940) (track D1)
Sonny Rollins (1954) (tracks C1–C2)
engineer:
Rudy van Gelder (1962-01-13) (tracks C1–D3)
lyricist:
Sammy Cahn (track D2)
Phil Silvers (track C3)
Cole Porter (1940) (track D1)
producer:
Alfred Lion (tracks C1–D3)
publisher:
Barton Music Corp. (track C3)
recorded at:
Van Gelder Studio (Englewood Cliffs, July 20, 1959 -) in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States (1962-01-13) (tracks C1–D3)
instrumental recording of:
later translated versions:
Lui, toi et moi (track D3)
later versions:
Airegin (with lyrics) (tracks C1–C2)
recording of:
Airegin (instrumental) (track C1)
Airegin (instrumental) (1962-01-13) (track C2)
I Concentrate on You (1962-01-13) (track D1)
The Song Is You (1962-01-13) (track D3)
The Things We Did Last Summer (1962-01-13) (track D2)

12" Vinyl 3: Disc 3

drums:
Art Blakey (1962-01-13) (track E1)
Louis Hayes (1962-01-31) (tracks E2–F3)
guitar:
Grant Green (Jazz guitarist) (1962-01-13) (track E1)
Grant Green (Jazz guitarist) (1962-01-31) (tracks E2–F3)
bass:
Sam Jones (jazz bassist) (1962-01-13) (track E1)
Sam Jones (jazz bassist) (1962-01-31) (tracks E2–F3)
piano:
Sonny Clark (1962-01-13) (track E1)
Sonny Clark (1962-01-31) (tracks E2–F3)
composer:
George Gershwin (composer) (track E1)
Grant Green (Jazz guitarist) (track F1)
Richard Rodgers (track E2)
Sonny Rollins (tracks F2–F3)
engineer:
Rudy van Gelder (tracks E2–F3)
Rudy van Gelder (1962-01-13) (track E1)
lyricist:
Ira Gershwin (track E1)
DuBose Heyward (track E1)
producer:
Alfred Lion (tracks E1–F3)
publisher:
Prestige Music (tracks F2–F3)
was commissioned by:
Gershwin Publishing Corp (1935) (track E1)
recorded at:
Van Gelder Studio (Englewood Cliffs, July 20, 1959 -) in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States (1962-01-13) (track E1)
Van Gelder Studio (Englewood Cliffs, July 20, 1959 -) in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States (1962-01-31) (tracks E2–F3)
cover recording of:
Oleo (1962-01-31) (tracks F2–F3)
instrumental cover recording of:
My Favorite Things (The Sound of Music) (1962-01-31) (track E2)
is based on:
is the basis for:
떠돌이별 (track E2)
later translated versions:
later versions:
Favorite Things (track E2)
It Ain't Necessarily So (from 'Porgy and Bess') (arrangement for 48 violas) (track E1)
part of:
The Sound of Music (Rodgers & Hammerstein musical) (track E2)
recording of:
It Ain’t Necessarily So (jazz standard originally from Porgy and Bess; catch-all for unspecified pop and jazz arrangements) (1962-01-13) (track E1)
Hip Funk (1962-01-31) (track F1)
referred to in medleys:
Popurijs Mūzikas skaņas (selections from The Sound of Music) (track E2)

12" Vinyl 4: Disc 4

drums:
Louis Hayes (1962-01-31) (tracks G1–G2)
Louis Hayes (1962-03-01) (tracks G3–H3)
guitar:
Grant Green (Jazz guitarist) (1962-01-31) (tracks G1–G2)
Grant Green (Jazz guitarist) (1962-03-01) (tracks G3–H3)
bass:
Sam Jones (jazz bassist) (1962-01-31) (tracks G1–G2)
Sam Jones (jazz bassist) (1962-03-01) (tracks G3–H3)
piano:
Sonny Clark (1962-01-31) (tracks G1–G2)
Sonny Clark (1962-03-01) (tracks G3–H3)
tenor saxophone:
Ike Quebec (1962-03-01) (tracks G3–H3)
additional lyricist:
Al Jolson (track H3)
composer:
Frank Churchill (track G3)
Miles Davis (jazz trumpeter, bandleader, songwriter) (track G2)
Dave Dreyer (track H3)
Robert Mellin (track H2)
Ralph Rainger (track H1)
Guy Wood (track H2)
Richard Rodgers (1935) (track G1)
engineer:
Rudy van Gelder (tracks G1–G2)
Rudy van Gelder (1962-03-01) (tracks G3–H3)
lyricist:
Robert Mellin (track H2)
Larry Morey (track G3)
Leo Robin (track H1)
Billy Rose (track H3)
Lorenz Hart (1935) (track G1)
producer:
Alfred Lion (tracks G1–H3)
publisher:
Chappell Music Ltd. (track G1)
Colgems (track H2)
EMI Music Publishing (do not use as a release label!) (track H2)
T.B. Harms (US sheet music publisher 1875 sold to Warner Brothers 1929 sold to Welk Music 1970) (track G1)
Bourne Co. (1937) (track G3)
recorded at:
Van Gelder Studio (Englewood Cliffs, July 20, 1959 -) in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States (1962-01-31) (tracks G1–G2)
Van Gelder Studio (Englewood Cliffs, July 20, 1959 -) in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States (1962-03-01) (tracks G3–H3)
cover recording of:
Tune Up! (1962-01-31) (track G2)
instrumental cover recording of:
Little Girl Blue (1962-01-31) (track G1)
instrumental recording of:
Back in Your Own Back Yard (1962-03-01) (track H3)
If I Should Lose You (1962-03-01) (track H1)
My One and Only Love (1962-03-01) (track H2)
Someday My Prince Will Come (1962-03-01) (track G3)
is the basis for:
later translated versions:
O meu príncipe vai chegar (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, 1937) (track G3)
Un jour mon prince viendra (Blanche-Neige et les sept nains) (track G3)
À vos quinze ans (track G1)
part of:
Jumbo (track G1)
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937 Disney animated film, songs and musical score) (track G3)
referred to in medleys:
Fantasmic! (theme park show soundtrack) (track G3)
version of:
Music from Beyond the Moon (My One and Only Love) (track H2)

12" Vinyl 5: Disc 5

drums:
Louis Hayes (1962-03-01) (tracks I1–J1)
guitar:
Grant Green (Jazz guitarist) (1962-03-01) (tracks I1–J1)
Grant Green (Jazz guitarist) (1962-09-07) (tracks J2–J3)
bass:
Sam Jones (jazz bassist) (1962-03-01) (tracks I1–J1)
Wendell Marshall (1962-09-07) (tracks J2–J3)
piano:
Sonny Clark (1962-03-01) (tracks I1–J1)
Sonny Clark (1962-09-07) (tracks J2–J3)
tenor saxophone:
Ike Quebec (1962-03-01) (tracks I1–J1)
Ike Quebec (1962-09-07) (tracks J2–J3)
congas:
Carlos "Patato" Valdés (1962-09-07) (tracks J2–J3)
composer:
Richard Adler (musical composer/lyricist) (track J3)
Grant Green (Jazz guitarist) (track J1)
Charlie Parker (aka "Bird", jazz alto saxophonist) (track I3)
Jerry Ross (musical composer/lyricist) (track J3)
engineer:
Rudy van Gelder (1962-03-01) (tracks I1–J1)
lyricist:
Richard Adler (musical composer/lyricist) (track J3)
Jerry Ross (musical composer/lyricist) (track J3)
producer:
Alfred Lion (tracks I1–J3)
recording engineer:
Rudy van Gelder (1962-09-07) (tracks J2–J3)
writer:
Mel Tormé (tracks I1–I2)
Robert Wells (songwriter) (tracks I1–I2)
publisher:
Arc Music Corp. (U.S. rock & blues publisher) (tracks I1–I2)
BMG Rights Management (France) SARL (for imprints, please use "BMG Rights Management") (tracks I1–I2)
J & J Ross Co. (track J3)
recorded at:
Van Gelder Studio (Englewood Cliffs, July 20, 1959 -) in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States (1962-03-01) (tracks I1–J1)
Van Gelder Studio (Englewood Cliffs, July 20, 1959 -) in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States (1962-09-07) (tracks J2–J3)
cover recording of:
Cool Blues (1962-03-01) (track I3)
instrumental recording of:
Born to Be Blue (1962-03-01) (tracks I1–I2)
Hey There (The Pajama Game) (1962-09-07) (track J3)
part of:
The Pajama Game (musical) (track J3)
recording of:
Outer Space (1962-03-01) (track J1)
referred to in medleys: