Storm King

~ Recording by Bob James

Appears on releases

#TitleLengthTrack artistRelease titleRelease artistRelease group typeCountry/DateLabelCatalog#
Official
1.4Storm King6:37Bob JamesThreeBob JamesAlbum
CTI (CTI Records imprint since 1967; used worldwide (Sony Music) and in Japan (King Record Co.))CTI 6063
1.4Storm King6:37Bob JamesThreeBob JamesAlbum
CTI (CTI Records imprint since 1967; used worldwide (Sony Music) and in Japan (King Record Co.))GP-3060
1.4Storm King6:37Bob JamesThreeBob JamesAlbum
CTI (CTI Records imprint since 1967; used worldwide (Sony Music) and in Japan (King Record Co.))CTI 6063
1.4Storm King6:33Bob JamesThree (Limited Edition reissue)Bob JamesAlbum
CTI (CTI Records imprint since 1967; used worldwide (Sony Music) and in Japan (King Record Co.))LAX-3235
1.4Storm King6:37Bob JamesThreeBob JamesAlbum
Columbia (Sony Music, worldwide except JP; formerly owned by CBS between 1938–1990 within US/CA/MX)CK 36837
1.4Storm King6:36Bob JamesThreeBob JamesAlbum
Essential! Records (division of Castle Communications)GAS 0000428 ESM
1.5Storm King6:33Bob JamesRestoration: The Best of Bob JamesBob JamesAlbum + Compilation
  • -2001-11-20
1.8Storm King6:35Bob JamesAn AnthologyBob JamesAlbum + Compilation
Castle Music (subsidiary of Sanctuary Records Group Ltd.)CMDDD 098
1.5Storm King6:33Bob JamesRestoration: The Best of Bob JamesBob JamesAlbum + Compilation
Warner Bros. Records (1958–2019; “WB” logo, with or without “records” beneath or on banner across)9362-48220-2
2.4Storm King6:37Bob JamesThe Legendary Albums: One, Two, Three & BJ4Bob JamesAlbum + Compilation
  • GB2003-02-17
Metro Doubles (UK double‐disc reissue/compilation imprint, METRDCD cat prefix)METRDCD515
3.4Storm King6:35Bob JamesSimply Jazz GreatsVarious ArtistsAlbum + Compilation
Union Square MusicSIMPLYCD066-1, SIMPLYCD066-2, SIMPLYCD066-3, SIMPLYCD066-4
1.6Storm King6:35Bob JamesThe Very Best of Bob JamesBob JamesAlbum + Compilation
  • GB2009-04-06
SalvoSALVODCD208
1.4Storm King6:36Bob JamesThreeBob JamesAlbum
evosound, Tappan Zee Records
1.7Storm King6:32Bob JamesBob James – Rhodes Scholar: Jazz-Funk Classics 1974-1982Bob JamesAlbum + Compilation
  • US2013-09-17
Tappan Zee Records, Decision RecordsDEC-CD-1003, DEC-CD-1103
1.4Storm King6:37Bob JamesThreeBob JamesAlbum
  • JP2015-02-18
Tappan Zee RecordsVICJ-61716

Relationships

bass:Will Lee (US jazz/rock bassist) (from 1975-11 until 1976-01)
bass trombone:Dave Bargeron (US trombonist & tubist) (from 1975-11 until 1976-01)
Dave Taylor (US jazz bass trombonist) (from 1975-11 until 1976-01)
cello:Charles McCracken (cellist) (from 1975-11 until 1976-01)
Alan Shulman (cellist and composer) (from 1975-11 until 1976-01)
drums (drum set):Harvey Mason (jazz drummer) (from 1975-11 until 1976-01)
flute:Jerry Dodgion (from 1975-11 until 1976-01)
Hubert Laws (from 1975-11 until 1976-01)
guitar:Eric Gale (from 1975-11 until 1976-01)
Hugh McCracken (from 1975-11 until 1976-01)
harp:Gloria Agostini (Harp) (from 1975-11 until 1976-01)
keyboard:Bob James (US jazz keyboardist, arranger and producer) (from 1975-11 until 1976-01)
percussion:Ralph MacDonald (from 1975-11 until 1976-01)
saxophone:Grover Washington, Jr. (from 1975-11 until 1976-01)
tenor saxophone:Eddie Daniels (from 1975-11 until 1976-01)
trombone:Wayne Andre (from 1975-11 until 1976-01)
trumpet:Jon Faddis (from 1975-11 until 1976-01)
John Frosk (from 1975-11 until 1976-01)
Lew Soloff (from 1975-11 until 1976-01)
Marvin Stamm (from 1975-11 until 1976-01)
viola:Alfred Brown (viola) (from 1975-11 until 1976-01)
Emanuel Vardi (from 1975-11 until 1976-01)
violin:Frederick Buldrini (from 1975-11 until 1976-01)
Harry Cykman (from 1975-11 until 1976-01)
Lewis Eley (from 1975-11 until 1976-01)
Max Ellen (from 1975-11 until 1976-01)
Emanuel Green (from 1975-11 until 1976-01)
Harold Kohon (from 1975-11 until 1976-01)
David Nadien (from 1975-11 until 1976-01)
Matthew Raimondi (from 1975-11 until 1976-01)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:Tappan Zee Records (in 1976)
recorded at:Van Gelder Studio (Englewood Cliffs, July 20, 1959 -) in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States (from 1975-11 until 1976-01)
recording of:Storm King (from 1975-11 until 1976-01)

Storm King

composer:Bob James (US jazz keyboardist, arranger and producer)