Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Boogie Woogie Stomp
Albert Ammons 3:39
2 Summertime
Sidney Bechet 4:13
3 Criss Cross
Thelonious Monk 2:58
4 Bouncin' With Bud
Bud Powell 3:05
5 Bags' Groove
Milt Jackson 3:06
6 Tempus fugit
Miles Davis 3:53
7 Minor's Holiday (live)
Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers 8:44
8 Señor Blues
The Horace Silver Quintet 7:02
9 Why Don't I
Sonny Rollins 5:45
10 Cool Struttin'
Sonny Clark 9:22
11 Blue Train
John Coltrane 10:44
12 Somethin' Else
Cannonball Adderley 8:11
CD 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Remember
Hank Mobley 5:41
2 Back at the Chicken Shack
Jimmy Smith 8:00
3 Open Sesame
Freddie Hubbard 7:11
4 I Guess I'll Hang My Tears Out to Dry
Dexter Gordon 5:23
5 Watermelon Man
Herbie Hancock 5 7:05
6 Recorda Me (Remember Me)
Joe Henderson 6:02
7 Midnight Blue
Kenny Burrell 4:01
8 Let 'em Roll
John Patton 6:49
9 Adam's Apple
Wayne Shorter 6:45
10 Alligator Bogaloo
Lou Donaldson 6:51
11 The Final Comedown
Grant Green 3:27
12 Stepping Into Tomorrow
Donald Byrd 5:10
CD 3
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 The Lady in My Life
Stanley Jordan 6:22
2 Fat Lip
John Scofield 3:48
3 Susie Q
Bobby McFerrin 2:49
4 September Second
Michel Petrucciani 4:42
5 La Vie en rose
Jacky Terrasson 3:11
6 Supernova 2
Gonzalo Rubalcaba 6:12
7 Just One of Those Things
Patricia Barber 3:47
8 In Your Eyes
Dianne Reeves 5:18
9 Tupelo Honey / Angel
Cassandra Wilson 5:39
10 Invitation to the Blues
Holly Cole 4:23
11 More Than This
Charlie Hunter & Norah Jones 4:11
12 Garota de Ipanema
Eliane Elias 3:53
13 Cantaloop (Flip Fantasia)
Us3 4:39
14 Rose Rouge
St. Germain 6:59
15 Anonymous Skulls
Medeski Martin and Wood 4:24
16 Caldonia
Willie Nelson & Wynton Marsalis 3:27

Credits

CD 1

trumpet:
Donald Byrd (American jazz trumpeter) (1956-11-10) (track 8)
Lee Morgan (1957-09-15) (track 11)
Art Farmer (1958-01-05) (track 10)
Miles Davis (jazz trumpeter, bandleader, songwriter) (1958-03-09) (track 12)
drums:
Louis Hayes (1956-11-10) (track 8)
Art Blakey (1957-04-14) (track 9)
Philly Joe Jones (US jazz drummer) (1957-09-15) (track 11)
Philly Joe Jones (US jazz drummer) (1958-01-05) (track 10)
Art Blakey (1958-03-09) (track 12)
bass:
Doug Watkins (1956-11-10) (track 8)
Paul Chambers (US jazz bassist) (1957-04-14) (track 9)
Paul Chambers (US jazz bassist) (1958-01-05) (track 10)
double bass:
Paul Chambers (US jazz bassist) (1957-09-15) (track 11)
Sam Jones (jazz bassist) (1958-03-09) (track 12)
alto saxophone:
Jackie McLean (1958-01-05) (track 10)
Julian “Cannonball” Adderley (1958-03-09) (track 12)
piano:
Horace Silver (1956-11-10) (track 8)
Horace Silver (1957-04-14) (track 9)
Kenny Drew (1957-09-15) (track 11)
Sonny Clark (1958-01-05) (track 10)
Hank Jones (1958-03-09) (track 12)
tenor saxophone:
Hank Mobley (US jazz tenor saxophonist) (1956-11-10) (track 8)
Sonny Rollins (1957-04-14) (track 9)
John Coltrane (1957-09-15) (track 11)
trombone:
J.J. Johnson (Jazz/bop trombonist/session leader) (1957-04-14) (track 9)
Curtis Fuller (1957-09-15) (track 11)
composer:
Sonny Clark (track 10)
John Coltrane (track 11)
Miles Davis (jazz trumpeter, bandleader, songwriter) (track 12)
George Gershwin (composer) (track 2)
Thelonious Monk (track 3)
Bud Powell (track 4)
Sonny Rollins (track 9)
engineer:
Rudy van Gelder (track 12)
lyricist:
Ira Gershwin (track 2)
DuBose Heyward (track 2)
producer:
Alfred Lion (track 12)
writer:
Kenny Dorham (track 7)
phonographic copyright by:
Blue Note Records (this is the record company; for release labels use its imprint "Blue Note") (1999) (track 12)
Mastercorp Pty Ltd (2011) (track 12)
Blue Note Records (this is the record company; for release labels use its imprint "Blue Note") (2012) (track 12)
publisher:
Chappell & Co. (track 2)
Jowcol Music (track 11)
Warner/Chappell (track 2)
Ira Gershwin Music (1935) (track 2)
WB Music Corp. (ASCAP) (1935) (track 2)
recorded at:
Van Gelder Studio (Hackensack - July 1,1959) in Hackensack, New Jersey, United States (1956-11-10) (track 8)
Van Gelder Studio (Hackensack - July 1,1959) in Hackensack, New Jersey, United States (1957-04-14) (track 9)
Van Gelder Studio (Hackensack - July 1,1959) in Hackensack, New Jersey, United States (1958-01-05) (track 10)
Van Gelder Studio (Hackensack - July 1,1959) in Hackensack, New Jersey, United States (1958-03-09) (track 12)
remasters:
Cool Struttin' (1998 remaster) by Sonny Clark (track 10)
arrangements:
Summertime (catch-all for arrangements) (track 2)
is based on:
is the basis for:
Doin’ Time (track 2)
Summertime (Rick Wakeman arrangement) (track 2)
The Bones of You (track 2)
later translated parody versions:
Tschibuti (track 2)
later translated versions:
C'est l'été (track 2)
Sommartid (track 2)
Summa is (track 2)
live recording of:
Minor's Holiday (track 7)
recording of:
Bouncing With Bud (track 4)
Criss-Cross (track 3)
Summertime (American songbook standard from 1935 opera Porgy and Bess) (track 2)
Why Don't I (1957-04-14) (track 9)
Blue Train (1957-09-15) (track 11)
Cool Struttin' (1958-01-05) (track 10)
Somethin' Else (1958-03-09) (track 12)
referred to in medleys:

CD 2

trumpet:
Freddie Hubbard (1962-05-28) (track 5)
drums:
Billy Higgins (US jazz drummer) (1962-05-28) (track 5)
Billy English (1963-01-07) (track 7)
Harvey Mason (jazz drummer) (1974-10-11 – 1974-12) (track 12)
synthesizer:
Larry Mizell (1974-10-11 – 1974-12) (track 12)
Fred Perrin (1974-10-11 – 1974-12) (track 12)
organ:
Jerry Peters (1974-10-11 – 1974-12) (track 12)
Clavinet and trumpet:
Fonce Mizell (1974-10-11 – 1974-12) (track 12)
guitar:
John Rowin (jazz guitarist) (1974-10-11 – 1974-12) (track 12)
David T. Walker (1974-10-11 – 1974-12) (track 12)
bass:
Butch Warren (1962-05-28) (track 5)
Chuck Rainey (1974-10-11 – 1974-12) (track 12)
double bass:
Major Holley (1963-01-07) (track 7)
electric guitar:
Kenny Burrell (1963-01-07) (track 7)
percussion:
Roger Sainte (Stuff 'N' Ramjett) (1974-10-11 – 1974-12) (track 12)
Stephanie Spruill (1974-10-11 – 1974-12) (track 12)
alto saxophone and clarinet:
Gary Bartz (1974-10-11 – 1974-12) (track 12)
Rhodes piano [fender]:
Larry Mizell (1974-10-11 – 1974-12) (track 12)
piano:
Herbie Hancock (US jazz pianist, keyboardist, bandleader and composer) (1962-05-28) (track 5)
Jerry Peters (1974-10-11 – 1974-12) (track 12)
tenor saxophone:
Dexter Gordon (1962-05-28) (track 5)
congas:
Ray Barretto (1963-01-07) (track 7)
Mayuto Correa (1974-10-11 – 1974-12) (track 12)
flugelhorn and trumpet:
Donald Byrd (American jazz trumpeter) (1974-10-11 – 1974-12) (track 12)
arranger:
Laurence C. Mizell (track 12)
assistant engineer:
James Nipar (track 12)
background vocals:
Stephanie Spruill (1974-10-11 – 1974-12) (track 12)
Lorraine Kenner (vocalist) (1974-10-11 – 1974-12) (track 12)
background vocals arranger:
Laurence C. Mizell (track 12)
Fonce Mizell (track 12)
Fred Perrin (track 12)
composer:
Kenny Burrell (track 7)
Herbie Hancock (US jazz pianist, keyboardist, bandleader and composer) (track 5)
Laurence C. Mizell (track 12)
conductor:
Larry Mizell (1974-10-11 – 1974-12) (track 12)
engineer:
Val Christian Garay (track 12)
David Hassinger (track 12)
John Mills (recording/mix engineer) (track 12)
mixer:
Val Christian Garay (track 12)
David Hassinger (track 12)
producer:
Alfred Lion (track 5)
Laurence C. Mizell (track 12)
Fonce Mizell (track 12)
recording engineer:
Rudy van Gelder (1962-05-28) (track 5)
Rudy van Gelder (1963-01-07) (track 7)
solo vocals:
Donald Byrd (American jazz trumpeter) (1974-10-11 – 1974-12) (track 12)
writer:
Lou Donaldson (track 10)
publisher:
Alruby Music Inc. (track 12)
recorded at:
Van Gelder Studio (Englewood Cliffs, July 20, 1959 -) in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States (1962-05-28) (track 5)
Van Gelder Studio (Englewood Cliffs, July 20, 1959 -) in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States (1963-01-07) (track 7)
Sound Factory in Los Angeles, California, United States (1974-10-11 – 1974-12) (track 12)
sampled by:
The Darkside by Us3 (track 12)
recording of:
Alligator Bogaloo (track 10)
Open Sesame (track 3)
Watermelon Man (1962-05-28) (track 5)
Midnight Blue (1963-01-07) (track 7)
Stepping Into Tomorrow (1974-10-11 – 1974-12) (track 12)

CD 3

drumset [drums] and percussion:
Billy Martin (percussionist) (track 15)
trumpet:
Pascal Ohsé (track 14)
Gerard Presencer (track 13)
talking drum:
Idrissa Diop (track 14)
drums:
Ignacio Berroa (drummer) (track 6)
Jack DeJohnette (1989-11-19 – 1989-11-21) (track 2)
flute:
Edouard Labor (track 14)
guitar:
John Scofield (1989-11-19 – 1989-11-21) (track 2)
bass:
Charlie Haden (1989-11-19 – 1989-11-21) (track 2)
bass [basses]:
Chris Wood (jazz bassist) (track 15)
double bass:
Carlos Henriquez (track 6)
percussion:
Edmundo Carneiro (track 14)
keyboard:
Alexandre Destrez (track 14)
keyboard [keyboards]:
John Medeski (track 15)
Mel Simpson (Member of Us3) (track 13)
saxophone:
Edouard Labor (track 14)
Joe Lovano (1989-11-19 – 1989-11-21) (track 2)
piano:
Jacky Terrasson (track 5)
baritone saxophone:
Claudio De Queiroz (track 14)
sampler [samples] and turntable [scratches]:
Geoff Wilkinson (track 13)
additional composer:
Eleanor Broadwater (track 3)
Stanley Lewis (well known 60s/70s US producer/songwriter) (track 3)
assistant engineer:
Robin Aube (track 10)
Julian Baglioni (engineer) (track 10)
Sandeep Bhandari (track 10)
Brad Breeck (track 15)
Jo Rossi (engineer) (track 10)
Gary Solomon (track 2)
Renaud Van Welden (track 5)
composer:
Bryan Ferry (track 11)
Dale Hawkins (track 3)
Antônio Carlos Jobim (Tom Jobim) (track 12)
Louiguy (track 5)
Ludovic Navarre (track 14)
Michel Petrucciani (track 4)
Tom Waits (track 10)
Cole Porter (1935) (track 7)
engineer:
Mel Simpson (Member of Us3) (track 13)
James Farber (sound engineer) (track 2)
Philippe Gaillot (track 5)
Danny Kopelson (track 10)
Chris Tergesen (track 3)
guest vocals:
Norah Jones (track 11)
lyricist:
Bryan Ferry (track 11)
Dale Hawkins (track 3)
Tom Waits (track 10)
Vinicius de Moraes (track 12)
Édith Piaf (track 5)
Cole Porter (1935) (track 7)
mixer:
Ludovic Navarre (track 14)
Mel Simpson (Member of Us3) (track 13)
Geoff Wilkinson (track 13)
Jim Anderson (engineer) (track 6)
Chris Shaw (US producer & engineer) (track 15)
John King (US producer, The Dust Brothers) (track 15)
other vocals [rap]:
Rahsaan Kelly (track 13)
producer:
Christophe Deghelt (track 5)
Peter Erskine (track 2)
Linda Goldstein (track 3)
Ludovic Navarre (track 14)
Gonzalo Rubalcaba (track 6)
John Scofield (track 2)
Mel Simpson (Member of Us3) (track 13)
Craig Street (track 10)
Jacky Terrasson (track 5)
Geoff Wilkinson (track 13)
John King (US producer, The Dust Brothers) (track 15)
programming:
Mel Simpson (Member of Us3) (track 13)
Geoff Wilkinson (track 13)
recording engineer:
Tom Camuso (track 15)
John King (US producer, The Dust Brothers) (track 15)
translator:
Mack David (track 5)
vocals:
Bobby McFerrin (track 3)
writer:
Herbie Hancock (US jazz pianist, keyboardist, bandleader and composer) (track 13)
Rahsaan Kelly (track 13)
Mel Simpson (Member of Us3) (track 13)
Geoff Wilkinson (track 13)
phonographic copyright by:
Capitol Records, Inc. (not for release label use; company behind the “Capitol Records” imprint) (tracks 2, 13)
publisher:
E.G. Music Inc. (track 11)
Eden Joy Music (publishing) (track 4)
ピアーミュージック (Japan, subsidiary of Nichion) (track 5)
mixed at:
The Power Station in Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (1989-12-09 – 1989-12-10) (track 2)
recorded at:
The Power Station in Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (1989-11-19 – 1989-11-21) (track 2)
sampled by:
samples:
samples from:
cover recording of:
Garota de Ipanema (track 12)
Invitation to the Blues (Tom Waits song) (track 10)
La Vie en rose (English translation) (track 5)
More Than This (track 11)
Susie Q (track 3)
is based on:
Cantaloupe Island (track 13)
later parody versions:
EZKiel (track 3)
later translated parody versions:
Tschäss (track 12)
later translated versions:
イパネマの娘 (track 12)
later versions:
Suusalugu (track 3)
part of:
Can‐Can (1960 musical film) (track 7)
High Society (stage musical) (track 7)
Jubilee (track 7)
Panama Hattie (1942 film) (track 7)
recording of:
Rose rouge (track 14)
September Second (track 4)
translated version of:
La Vie en rose (French original) (track 5)