Annotation

barcodes of the individual CDs: CD 1: 5099969707728, CD 2: 5099969707827, CD 3: 5099969707926

Annotation last modified on 2011-05-23 14:56 UTC.

Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Boogie Woogie Stomp
Albert Ammons 3:37
2 Summertime
Sidney Bechet 4:11
3 Criss Cross
Thelonious Monk 2:56
4 Bouncing With Bud
Bud Powell 3:01
5 Tempus Fugit
Miles Davis 3:48
6 Why Don't I?
Sonny Rollins 5:43
7 Mil Dew
Johnny Griffin 3:54
8 Blue Train
John Coltrane 10:41
9 Autumn Leaves
Cannonball Adderley 10:55
10 Cool Struttin'
Sonny Clark 9:20
11 Blues Walk
Lou Donaldson 6:38
12 See See Rider
Jimmy Smith 6:34
CD 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Open Sesame
Freddie Hubbard 7:09
2 Moanin'
Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers 9:31
3 Cheese Cake
Dexter Gordon 6:30
4 Midnight Blue
Kenny Burrell 3:58
5 Blue Bossa
Joe Henderson 7:57
6 The Surrey With the Fringe on Top
Grant Green 5:04
7 Cantaloupe Island
Herbie Hancock 5:23
8 The Sidewinder
Lee Morgan 10:19
9 Song for My Father
Horace Silver 7:15
10 Adam's Apple
Wayne Shorter 6:42
11 The Final Comedown
Grant Green 3:24
12 Steppin' Into Tomorrow
Donald Byrd 5:12
CD 3
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Freddie Freeloader
Stanley Jordan 5:51
2 Susie Q
Bobby McFerrin 2:46
3 September Second
Michel Petrucciani 4:39
4 Cantaloop (Flip Fantasia)
Us3 4:37
5 The Red One
John Scofield & Pat Metheny 4:15
6 Invitation to the Blues
Holly Cole 4:19
7 In Your Eyes
Dianne Reeves 5:13
8 Rose Rouge
St. Germain 6:57
9 Don't Know Why
Norah Jones 3.65 3:03
10 Some Day My Prince Will Come
Cassandra Wilson 3:50
11 La Vie en rose
Jacky Terrasson 3:08
12 Norwegian Wood (live)
Patricia Barber 7:10
13 Supernova 2
Gonzalo Rubalcaba 6:08
14 Reflector
Medeski Martin and Wood 4:09
15 Garota De Ipanema
Eliane Elias 3:51
16 Dear Mom
Terence Blanchard 3:39

Credits

CD 1

trumpet:
Lee Morgan (1957-09-15) (track 8)
Art Farmer (1958-01-05) (track 10)
Miles Davis (jazz trumpeter, bandleader, songwriter) (1958-03-09) (track 9)
drums:
Art Blakey (1957-04-14) (track 6)
Philly Joe Jones (US jazz drummer) (1957-09-15) (track 8)
Philly Joe Jones (US jazz drummer) (1958-01-05) (track 10)
Art Blakey (1958-03-09) (track 9)
bass:
Paul Chambers (US jazz bassist) (1957-04-14) (track 6)
double bass:
Paul Chambers (US jazz bassist) (1957-09-15) (track 8)
Paul Chambers (US jazz bassist) (1958-01-05) (track 10)
Sam Jones (jazz bassist) (1958-03-09) (track 9)
alto saxophone:
Jackie McLean (1958-01-05) (track 10)
Julian “Cannonball” Adderley (1958-03-09) (track 9)
piano:
Horace Silver (1957-04-14) (track 6)
Kenny Drew (1957-09-15) (track 8)
Sonny Clark (1958-01-05) (track 10)
Hank Jones (1958-03-09) (track 9)
tenor saxophone:
Sonny Rollins (1957-04-14) (track 6)
John Coltrane (1957-09-15) (track 8)
trombone:
J.J. Johnson (Jazz/bop trombonist/session leader) (1957-04-14) (track 6)
Curtis Fuller (1957-09-15) (track 8)
additional composer:
Lena Arant (– 1924-10-16) (track 12)
composer:
Sonny Clark (track 10)
John Coltrane (track 8)
George Gershwin (composer) (track 2)
Thelonious Monk (track 3)
Bud Powell (tracks 4–5)
Sonny Rollins (track 6)
Ma Rainey (– 1924-10-16) (track 12)
Joseph Kosma (1945) (track 9)
engineer:
Rudy van Gelder (track 9)
lyricist:
Ira Gershwin (track 2)
DuBose Heyward (track 2)
Jacques Prévert (1945) (track 9)
performer:
Miles Davis (jazz trumpeter, bandleader, songwriter) (1958-03-09) (track 9)
producer:
Alfred Lion (tracks 9–10)
recording engineer:
Rudy van Gelder (track 10)
translator:
Johnny Mercer (1947) (track 9)
writer:
Lou Donaldson (track 11)
phonographic copyright by:
Blue Note Records (this is the record company; for release labels use its imprint "Blue Note") (1999) (track 9)
Mastercorp Pty Ltd (2011) (track 9)
Blue Note Records (this is the record company; for release labels use its imprint "Blue Note") (2012) (track 9)
Count Records (2013) (track 9)
publisher:
Chappell & Co. (track 2)
Jowcol Music (track 8)
Morley Music Corp. (track 9)
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 (1957-04-14) (track 6)
Van Gelder Studio (Hackensack - July 1,1959) in Hackensack, New Jersey, United States (1958-03-09) (track 9)
remaster of:
arrangements:
Summertime (catch-all for arrangements) (track 2)
cover recording of:
See See Rider (Ma Rainey version) (track 12)
instrumental cover recording of:
Autumn Leaves (jazz standard) (1958-03-09) (track 9)
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)
Las hojas muertas (Autumn Leaves) (track 9)
Rudens zelts (track 9)
Sommartid (track 2)
Summa is (track 2)
later versions:
The Fall (track 9)
recording of:
Blues Walk (track 11)
Bouncing With Bud (track 4)
Criss-Cross (track 3)
Summertime (American songbook standard from 1935 opera Porgy and Bess) (track 2)
Tempus Fugit (track 5)
Why Don't I (1957-04-14) (track 6)
Blue Train (1957-09-15) (track 8)
Cool Struttin' (1958-01-05) (track 10)
referred to in medleys:
translated version of:
version of:
See See Rider Blues (track 12)

CD 2

drums:
Billy English (1963-01-07) (track 4)
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:
Chuck Rainey (1974-10-11 – 1974-12) (track 12)
double bass:
Major Holley (1963-01-07) (track 4)
electric guitar:
Kenny Burrell (1963-01-07) (track 4)
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:
Jerry Peters (1974-10-11 – 1974-12) (track 12)
congas:
Ray Barretto (1963-01-07) (track 4)
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:
Lorraine Kenner (vocalist) (1974-10-11 – 1974-12) (track 12)
Stephanie Spruill (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 4)
Kenny Dorham (track 5)
Wade Marcus (track 11)
Laurence C. Mizell (track 12)
Richard Rodgers (track 6)
Horace Silver (track 9)
Bobby Timmons (track 2)
conductor:
Larry Mizell (1974-10-11 – 1974-12) (track 12)
engineer:
Val Christian Garay (track 12)
John Mills (recording/mix engineer) (track 12)
David Hassinger (track 12)
lyricist:
mixer:
Val Christian Garay (track 12)
David Hassinger (track 12)
orchestrator:
producer:
Laurence C. Mizell (track 12)
Fonce Mizell (track 12)
recording engineer:
Rudy van Gelder (1963-01-07) (track 4)
solo vocals:
Donald Byrd (American jazz trumpeter) (1974-10-11 – 1974-12) (track 12)
publisher:
Alruby Music Inc. (track 12)
EMI Music Publishing (do not use as a release label!) (track 6)
Williamson Music Company (1943 –) (track 6)
recorded at:
Van Gelder Studio (Englewood Cliffs, July 20, 1959 -) in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States (1963-01-07) (track 4)
Sound Factory in Los Angeles, California, United States (1974-10-11 – 1974-12) (track 12)
sampled by:
The Darkside by Us3 (track 12)
later translated versions:
Schlittenfahrt (The Surrey With the Fringe on Top) (track 6)
later versions:
Moanin' (track 2)
Moanin’ (track 2)
Song for My Father (English lyrics) (track 9)
part of:
Oklahoma! (Rodgers & Hammerstein musical) (track 6)
recording of:
Blue Bossa (track 5)
Moanin' (track 2)
Open Sesame (track 1)
Song for My Father (instrumental) (track 9)
The Final Comedown (track 11)
Midnight Blue (1963-01-07) (track 4)
Stepping Into Tomorrow (1974-10-11 – 1974-12) (track 12)
referred to in medleys:
Oklahoma Suite! (track 6)

CD 3

acoustic guitar:
Marvin Sewell (1998-05 – 1998-09) (track 10)
acoustic guitar and electric guitar:
Jesse Harris (track 9)
violin:
Regina Carter (1998-05 – 1998-09) (track 10)
bass guitar:
Lee Alexander (track 9)
trumpet:
Terence Blanchard (track 16)
Pascal Ohsé (track 8)
Gerard Presencer (track 4)
mandolin:
Kevin Breit (1998-05 – 1998-09) (track 10)
talking drum:
Idrissa Diop (track 8)
drums:
Dan Rieser (track 9)
Marcus Baylor (1998-05 – 1998-09) (track 10)
flute:
Edouard Labor (track 8)
bass:
Derrick Hodge (track 16)
double bass:
Lonnie Plaxico (1998-05 – 1998-09) (track 10)
percussion:
Edmundo Carneiro (track 8)
Kendrick Scott (American jazz drummer, bandleader and composer) (track 16)
Jeffrey Haynes (1998-05 – 1998-09) (track 10)
keyboard:
Alexandre Destrez (track 8)
keyboard [keyboards]:
Mel Simpson (Member of Us3) (track 4)
saxophone:
Edouard Labor (track 8)
Brice Winston (track 16)
piano:
Norah Jones (track 9)
Aaron Parks (track 16)
Jacky Terrasson (track 11)
baritone saxophone:
Claudio De Queiroz (track 8)
sampler [samples] and turntable [scratches]:
Geoff Wilkinson (track 4)
additional composer:
Eleanor Broadwater (track 2)
Stanley Lewis (well known 60s/70s US producer/songwriter) (track 2)
additional producer:
Arif Mardin (track 9)
art direction:
Jessica Novod (track 9)
assistant engineer:
Mark Birkey (track 9)
Seth Waldmann (track 16)
Renaud Van Welden (track 11)
composer:
Frank Churchill (track 10)
Miles Davis (jazz trumpeter, bandleader, songwriter) (track 1)
Jesse Harris (track 9)
Antônio Carlos Jobim (Tom Jobim) (track 15)
Louiguy (track 11)
Pat Metheny (track 5)
Ludovic Navarre (track 8)
Michel Petrucciani (track 3)
Tom Waits (track 6)
Peter Gabriel (track 7)
Dale Hawkins (track 2)
design/illustration:
Jessica Novod (track 9)
engineer:
Jay Newland (track 9)
Mel Simpson (Member of Us3) (track 4)
Philippe Gaillot (track 11)
Chris Tergesen (track 2)
Brian Valentino (track 16)
Frank Wolf (engineer at Skyline Recording) (track 16)
lead vocals:
Norah Jones (track 9)
lyricist:
Jesse Harris (track 9)
Tom Waits (track 6)
Peter Gabriel (track 7)
Dale Hawkins (track 2)
Vinicius de Moraes (track 15)
Larry Morey (track 10)
Édith Piaf (track 11)
mixer:
Arif Mardin (track 9)
Ludovic Navarre (track 8)
Jay Newland (track 9)
Mel Simpson (Member of Us3) (track 4)
Geoff Wilkinson (track 4)
orchestra:
other vocals [rap]:
Rahsaan Kelly (track 4)
photography:
Joanne Savio (Photographer) (track 9)
producer:
Terence Blanchard (track 16)
Christophe Deghelt (track 11)
Linda Goldstein (track 2)
Norah Jones (track 9)
Ludovic Navarre (track 8)
Jay Newland (track 9)
Mel Simpson (Member of Us3) (track 4)
Jacky Terrasson (track 11)
Geoff Wilkinson (track 4)
programming:
Mel Simpson (Member of Us3) (track 4)
Geoff Wilkinson (track 4)
recording engineer:
Danny Kopelson (1998-05 – 1998-09) (track 10)
translator:
Mack David (track 11)
vocals:
Bobby McFerrin (track 2)
Cassandra Wilson (1998-05 – 1998-09) (track 10)
writer:
Herbie Hancock (US jazz pianist, keyboardist, bandleader and composer) (track 4)
Rahsaan Kelly (track 4)
John Lennon (Beatle) (track 12)
Paul McCartney (track 12)
Mel Simpson (Member of Us3) (track 4)
Geoff Wilkinson (track 4)
phonographic copyright by:
Capitol Records, Inc. (not for release label use; company behind the “Capitol Records” imprint) (track 4)
Capitol Records, Inc. (not for release label use; company behind the “Capitol Records” imprint) (2002) (track 9)
publisher:
Beanly Songs (track 9)
Cliofine Limited (track 7)
Eden Joy Music (publishing) (track 3)
Sony/ATV Songs LLC (track 9)
ピアーミュージック (Japan, subsidiary of Nichion) (track 11)
Bourne Co. (1937) (track 10)
mixed at:
recorded at:
Bearsville Studios in Bearsville, New York, United States (1998-05 – 1998-09) (track 10)
sampled by:
samples:
samples from:
cover recording of:
Don’t Know Why (track 9)
Garota de Ipanema (track 15)
In Your Eyes (track 7)
La Vie en rose (English translation) (track 11)
Susie Q (track 2)
Someday My Prince Will Come (1998-05 – 1998-09) (track 10)
is based on:
Cantaloupe Island (track 4)
later parody versions:
EZKiel (track 2)
Norwegian Jim (track 12)
later translated parody versions:
Tschäss (track 15)
later translated versions:
Alles war Holz (track 12)
Norjan puu (track 12)
Norwegiae lignum (track 12)
O meu príncipe vai chegar (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, 1937) (track 10)
Un jour mon prince viendra (Blanche-Neige et les sept nains) (track 10)
イパネマの娘 (track 15)
later versions:
Suusalugu (track 2)
live cover recording of:
part of:
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937 Disney animated film, songs and musical score) (track 10)
recording of:
Freddie Freeloader (track 1)
Invitation to the Blues (Tom Waits song) (track 6)
Rose rouge (track 8)
September Second (track 3)
The Red One (track 5)
referred to in medleys:
Fantasmic! (theme park show soundtrack) (track 10)
translated version of:
La Vie en rose (French original) (track 11)

Release

ASIN: FR: B001U0PEVE [info]