Jazz Reunion

~ Release by Pee Wee Russell and Coleman Hawkins (see all versions of this release, 3 available)

Annotation

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Annotation last modified on 2017-07-07 05:31 UTC.

Tracklist

12" Vinyl 1
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A1If I Could Be With You (One Hour Tonight)
engineer:
Bob d’Orleans
producer:
Nat Hentoff
bass:
Milt Hinton (from 1961-02-23 until 1961-03-08)
clarinet:
Pee Wee Russell (from 1961-02-23 until 1961-03-08)
drums (drum set):
Jo Jones (US jazz drummer) (from 1961-02-23 until 1961-03-08)
tenor saxophone:
Coleman Hawkins (from 1961-02-23 until 1961-03-08)
trumpet:
Emmett Berry (from 1961-02-23 until 1961-03-08)
recorded at:
Nola Studios in New York, United States (from 1961-02-23 until 1961-03-08)
instrumental recording of:
If I Could Be With You (One Hour Tonight) (in 1961)
lyricist:
Henry Creamer (in 1926)
composer:
James P. Johnson (in 1926)
8:50
A2Tin Tin Deo
engineer:
Bob d’Orleans
producer:
Nat Hentoff
bass:
Milt Hinton (from 1961-02-23 until 1961-03-08)
clarinet:
Pee Wee Russell (from 1961-02-23 until 1961-03-08)
drums (drum set):
Jo Jones (US jazz drummer) (from 1961-02-23 until 1961-03-08)
tenor saxophone:
Coleman Hawkins (from 1961-02-23 until 1961-03-08)
trumpet:
Emmett Berry (from 1961-02-23 until 1961-03-08)
recorded at:
Nola Studios in New York, United States (from 1961-02-23 until 1961-03-08)
recording of:
Tin Tin Deo (from 1961-03 until 1961)
composer:
Walter “Gil” Fuller (jazz composer & arranger) and Chano Pozo
publisher:
Consolidated Music (a division of Music Sales Corp.), EMI Robbins Catalog Inc. (ASCAP) and Music Sales Corp. (American copyright holder in both popular and classical music)
8:50
A3Mariooch
engineer:
Bob d’Orleans
producer:
Nat Hentoff
bass:
Milt Hinton (from 1961-02-23 until 1961-03-08)
clarinet:
Pee Wee Russell (from 1961-02-23 until 1961-03-08)
drums (drum set):
Jo Jones (US jazz drummer) (from 1961-02-23 until 1961-03-08)
tenor saxophone:
Coleman Hawkins (from 1961-02-23 until 1961-03-08)
trumpet:
Emmett Berry (from 1961-02-23 until 1961-03-08)
recorded at:
Nola Studios in New York, United States (from 1961-02-23 until 1961-03-08)
7:15
B1All Too Soon
engineer:
Bob d’Orleans
producer:
Nat Hentoff
bass:
Milt Hinton (from 1961-02-23 until 1961-03-08)
clarinet:
Pee Wee Russell (from 1961-02-23 until 1961-03-08)
drums (drum set):
Jo Jones (US jazz drummer) (from 1961-02-23 until 1961-03-08)
tenor saxophone:
Coleman Hawkins (from 1961-02-23 until 1961-03-08)
trumpet:
Emmett Berry (from 1961-02-23 until 1961-03-08)
recorded at:
Nola Studios in New York, United States (from 1961-02-23 until 1961-03-08)
instrumental recording of:
All Too Soon (in 1961)
lyricist:
Carl Sigman (in 1940)
composer:
Duke Ellington (US composer, pianist & jazz bandleader) (in 1940)
7:26
B228th and 8th
engineer:
Bob d’Orleans
producer:
Nat Hentoff
bass:
Milt Hinton (from 1961-02-23 until 1961-03-08)
clarinet:
Pee Wee Russell (from 1961-02-23 until 1961-03-08)
drums (drum set):
Jo Jones (US jazz drummer) (from 1961-02-23 until 1961-03-08)
tenor saxophone:
Coleman Hawkins (from 1961-02-23 until 1961-03-08)
trumpet:
Emmett Berry (from 1961-02-23 until 1961-03-08)
recorded at:
Nola Studios in New York, United States (from 1961-02-23 until 1961-03-08)
7:24
B3What Am I Here For
engineer:
Bob d’Orleans
producer:
Nat Hentoff
bass:
Milt Hinton (from 1961-02-23 until 1961-03-08)
clarinet:
Pee Wee Russell (from 1961-02-23 until 1961-03-08)
drums (drum set):
Jo Jones (US jazz drummer) (from 1961-02-23 until 1961-03-08)
tenor saxophone:
Coleman Hawkins (from 1961-02-23 until 1961-03-08)
trumpet:
Emmett Berry (from 1961-02-23 until 1961-03-08)
recorded at:
Nola Studios in New York, United States (from 1961-02-23 until 1961-03-08)
recording of:
What Am I Here For (in 1961)
composer:
Duke Ellington (US composer, pianist & jazz bandleader)
7:46