Four Classic Albums

~ Release by Steve Lacy (see all versions of this release, 1 available)

Tracklist

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CD 1: 1-6 Soprano Sax 7-13 Reflections, Steve Lacy Plays Thelonious Monk
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1Day Dream
recording engineer:
Rudy van Gelder (on 1957-11-01)
producer:
Bob Weinstock
bass:
Buell Neidlinger (on 1957-11-01)
drums (drum set):
Denis Charles (drums) (on 1957-11-01)
piano:
Wynton Kelly (on 1957-11-01)
soprano saxophone:
Steve Lacy (jazz saxophonist and composer 1934–2004) (on 1957-11-01)
recorded at:
Van Gelder Studio (Hackensack - July 1,1959) in Hackensack, United States (on 1957-11-01)
cover recording of:
Day Dream (on 1957-11-01)
lyricist:
John Latouche (in 1941)
composer:
Duke Ellington (US composer, pianist & jazz bandleader) (in 1941) and Billy Strayhorn (in 1941)
4:24
2Alone Together
recording engineer:
Rudy van Gelder (on 1957-11-01)
producer:
Bob Weinstock
bass:
Buell Neidlinger (on 1957-11-01)
drums (drum set):
Denis Charles (drums) (on 1957-11-01)
piano:
Wynton Kelly (on 1957-11-01)
soprano saxophone:
Steve Lacy (jazz saxophonist and composer 1934–2004) (on 1957-11-01)
recorded at:
Van Gelder Studio (Hackensack - July 1,1959) in Hackensack, United States (on 1957-11-01)
cover recording of:
Alone Together (on 1957-11-01)
lyricist:
Howard Dietz (librettist)
composer:
Arthur Schwartz
publisher:
Arthur Schwartz Music Ltd., Warner Bros. Music (publisher; do NOT use as release label), Warner Bros., Inc. (Warner Bros. Music Division), ヤマハミュージックエンタテインメントホールディングス (holding company - do not use as release label) and ワーナー・チャペル音楽出版 Synch事業部
6:46
3Work
recording engineer:
Rudy van Gelder (on 1957-11-01)
producer:
Bob Weinstock
bass:
Buell Neidlinger (on 1957-11-01)
drums (drum set):
Denis Charles (drums) (on 1957-11-01)
piano:
Wynton Kelly (on 1957-11-01)
soprano saxophone:
Steve Lacy (jazz saxophonist and composer 1934–2004) (on 1957-11-01)
recorded at:
Van Gelder Studio (Hackensack - July 1,1959) in Hackensack, United States (on 1957-11-01)
5:24
4Rockin' in Rhythm
recording engineer:
Rudy van Gelder (on 1957-11-01)
producer:
Bob Weinstock
bass:
Buell Neidlinger (on 1957-11-01)
drums (drum set):
Denis Charles (drums) (on 1957-11-01)
piano:
Wynton Kelly (on 1957-11-01)
soprano saxophone:
Steve Lacy (jazz saxophonist and composer 1934–2004) (on 1957-11-01)
recorded at:
Van Gelder Studio (Hackensack - July 1,1959) in Hackensack, United States (on 1957-11-01)
cover recording of:
Rockin’ in Rhythm (on 1957-11-01)
composer:
Harry Carney, Duke Ellington (US composer, pianist & jazz bandleader) and Irving Mills
4:06
5Little Girl Your Daddy Is Calling You
recording engineer:
Rudy van Gelder (on 1957-11-01)
producer:
Bob Weinstock
bass:
Buell Neidlinger (on 1957-11-01)
drums (drum set):
Denis Charles (drums) (on 1957-11-01)
piano:
Wynton Kelly (on 1957-11-01)
soprano saxophone:
Steve Lacy (jazz saxophonist and composer 1934–2004) (on 1957-11-01)
recorded at:
Van Gelder Studio (Hackensack - July 1,1959) in Hackensack, United States (on 1957-11-01)
4:31
6Easy to Love
recording engineer:
Rudy van Gelder (on 1957-11-01)
producer:
Bob Weinstock
bass:
Buell Neidlinger (on 1957-11-01)
drums (drum set):
Denis Charles (drums) (on 1957-11-01)
piano:
Wynton Kelly (on 1957-11-01)
soprano saxophone:
Steve Lacy (jazz saxophonist and composer 1934–2004) (on 1957-11-01)
recorded at:
Van Gelder Studio (Hackensack - July 1,1959) in Hackensack, United States (on 1957-11-01)
cover recording of:
Easy to Love (on 1957-11-01)
lyricist and composer:
Cole Porter (composer) (in 1936)
publisher:
Chappell (company that specialized in library and production music), Chappell & Co., Inc. (USA), Chappell Music Ltd. and Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996)
part of:
Anything Goes
part of:
Born to Dance
8:23
7Four in One
recorded in:
Hackensack, United States (on 1958-10-17)
recording engineer:
Rudy van Gelder (on 1958-10-17)
double bass:
Buell Neidlinger (on 1958-10-17)
drums (drum set):
Elvin Jones (jazz drummer) (on 1958-10-17)
piano:
Mal Waldron (American jazz pianist) (on 1958-10-17)
soprano saxophone:
Steve Lacy (jazz saxophonist and composer 1934–2004) (on 1958-10-17)
cover recording of:
Four in One (on 1958-10-17)
composer:
Thelonious Monk
recording of:
Four in One
composer:
Thelonious Monk
6:06
8Reflections
recorded in:
Hackensack, United States (on 1958-10-17)
recording engineer:
Rudy van Gelder (on 1958-10-17)
double bass:
Buell Neidlinger (on 1958-10-17)
drums (drum set):
Elvin Jones (jazz drummer) (on 1958-10-17)
piano:
Mal Waldron (American jazz pianist) (on 1958-10-17)
soprano saxophone:
Steve Lacy (jazz saxophonist and composer 1934–2004) (on 1958-10-17)
cover recording of:
Reflections (on 1958-10-17)
composer:
Thelonious Monk
recording of:
Reflections
composer:
Thelonious Monk
4:08
9Hornin' In
recorded in:
Hackensack, United States (on 1958-10-17)
recording engineer:
Rudy van Gelder (on 1958-10-17)
double bass:
Buell Neidlinger (on 1958-10-17)
drums (drum set):
Elvin Jones (jazz drummer) (on 1958-10-17)
piano:
Mal Waldron (American jazz pianist) (on 1958-10-17)
soprano saxophone:
Steve Lacy (jazz saxophonist and composer 1934–2004) (on 1958-10-17)
cover recording of:
Hornin’ In (on 1958-10-17)
composer:
Thelonious Monk
recording of:
Hornin’ In
composer:
Thelonious Monk
5:16
10Bye-Ya
recorded in:
Hackensack, United States (on 1958-10-17)
recording engineer:
Rudy van Gelder (on 1958-10-17)
double bass:
Buell Neidlinger (on 1958-10-17)
drums (drum set):
Elvin Jones (jazz drummer) (on 1958-10-17)
piano:
Mal Waldron (American jazz pianist) (on 1958-10-17)
soprano saxophone:
Steve Lacy (jazz saxophonist and composer 1934–2004) (on 1958-10-17)
cover recording of:
Bye-Ya (on 1958-10-17)
composer:
Thelonious Monk
recording of:
Bye-Ya
composer:
Thelonious Monk
4:40
11Let' S Call This
recorded in:
Hackensack, United States (on 1958-10-17)
recording engineer:
Rudy van Gelder (on 1958-10-17)
double bass:
Buell Neidlinger (on 1958-10-17)
drums (drum set):
Elvin Jones (jazz drummer) (on 1958-10-17)
piano:
Mal Waldron (American jazz pianist) (on 1958-10-17)
soprano saxophone:
Steve Lacy (jazz saxophonist and composer 1934–2004) (on 1958-10-17)
cover recording of:
Let’s Call This (on 1958-10-17)
composer:
Thelonious Monk
recording of:
Let’s Call This
composer:
Thelonious Monk
7:15
12Ask Me Now
recorded in:
Hackensack, United States (on 1958-10-17)
recording engineer:
Rudy van Gelder (on 1958-10-17)
double bass:
Buell Neidlinger (on 1958-10-17)
drums (drum set):
Elvin Jones (jazz drummer) (on 1958-10-17)
piano:
Mal Waldron (American jazz pianist) (on 1958-10-17)
soprano saxophone:
Steve Lacy (jazz saxophonist and composer 1934–2004) (on 1958-10-17)
cover recording of:
Ask Me Now (on 1958-10-17)
composer:
Thelonious Monk
publisher:
Thelonious Music Corporation (Publisher, affiliated to BMI.)
recording of:
Ask Me Now
composer:
Thelonious Monk
publisher:
Thelonious Music Corporation (Publisher, affiliated to BMI.)
4:54
13Skippy
recorded in:
Hackensack, United States (on 1958-10-17)
recording engineer:
Rudy van Gelder (on 1958-10-17)
double bass:
Buell Neidlinger (on 1958-10-17)
drums (drum set):
Elvin Jones (jazz drummer) (on 1958-10-17)
piano:
Mal Waldron (American jazz pianist) (on 1958-10-17)
soprano saxophone:
Steve Lacy (jazz saxophonist and composer 1934–2004) (on 1958-10-17)
cover recording of:
Skippy (on 1958-10-17)
composer:
Thelonious Monk
recording of:
Skippy
composer:
Thelonious Monk
4:19
CD 2: 1-6 The Straight Horn of Steve Lacy 7-12 Evidence
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1Louise
engineer:
Bob d’Orleans
producer:
Nat Hentoff
baritone saxophone:
Charles Davis (saxophone player) (on 1960-11-19)
double bass:
John Ore (on 1960-11-19)
instruments:
Roy Haynes (American jazz drummer and bandleader) (on 1960-11-19)
soprano saxophone:
Steve Lacy (jazz saxophonist and composer 1934–2004) (on 1960-11-19)
recorded at:
Nola Penthouse Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (on 1960-11-19)
5:25
2Introspection
engineer:
Bob d’Orleans
producer:
Nat Hentoff
baritone saxophone:
Charles Davis (saxophone player) (on 1960-11-19)
double bass:
John Ore (on 1960-11-19)
drums (drum set):
Roy Haynes (American jazz drummer and bandleader) (on 1960-11-19)
soprano saxophone:
Steve Lacy (jazz saxophonist and composer 1934–2004) (on 1960-11-19)
recorded at:
Nola Penthouse Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (on 1960-11-19)
recording of:
Introspection
composer:
Thelonious Monk
5:34
3Donna Lee
engineer:
Bob d’Orleans
producer:
Nat Hentoff
baritone saxophone:
Charles Davis (saxophone player) (on 1960-11-19)
double bass:
John Ore (on 1960-11-19)
drums (drum set):
Roy Haynes (American jazz drummer and bandleader) (on 1960-11-19)
soprano saxophone:
Steve Lacy (jazz saxophonist and composer 1934–2004) (on 1960-11-19)
recorded at:
Nola Penthouse Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (on 1960-11-19)
7:55
4Played Twice
engineer:
Bob d’Orleans
producer:
Nat Hentoff
baritone saxophone:
Charles Davis (saxophone player) (on 1960-11-19)
double bass:
John Ore (on 1960-11-19)
drums (drum set):
Roy Haynes (American jazz drummer and bandleader) (on 1960-11-19)
soprano saxophone:
Steve Lacy (jazz saxophonist and composer 1934–2004) (on 1960-11-19)
recorded at:
Nola Penthouse Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (on 1960-11-19)
5:53
5Air
engineer:
Bob d’Orleans
producer:
Nat Hentoff
baritone saxophone:
Charles Davis (saxophone player) (on 1960-11-19)
double bass:
John Ore (on 1960-11-19)
drums (drum set):
Roy Haynes (American jazz drummer and bandleader) (on 1960-11-19)
soprano saxophone:
Steve Lacy (jazz saxophonist and composer 1934–2004) (on 1960-11-19)
recorded at:
Nola Penthouse Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (on 1960-11-19)
6:40
6Criss Cross
engineer:
Bob d’Orleans
producer:
Nat Hentoff
baritone saxophone:
Charles Davis (saxophone player) (on 1960-11-19)
double bass:
John Ore (on 1960-11-19)
drums (drum set):
Roy Haynes (American jazz drummer and bandleader) (on 1960-11-19)
soprano saxophone:
Steve Lacy (jazz saxophonist and composer 1934–2004) (on 1960-11-19)
recorded at:
Nola Penthouse Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (on 1960-11-19)
recording of:
Criss-Cross
composer:
Thelonious Monk
5:48
7The Mystery Song
recording engineer:
Rudy van Gelder (on 1961-11-01)
producer:
Esmond Edwards
bass:
Carl Brown (Jazz bassist) (on 1961-11-01)
drums (drum set):
Billy Higgins (US jazz drummer) (on 1961-11-01)
soprano saxophone:
Steve Lacy (jazz saxophonist and composer 1934–2004) (on 1961-11-01)
trumpet:
Don Cherry (Jazz trumpeter) (on 1961-11-01)
recorded at:
Van Gelder Studio (Englewood Cliffs, July 20, 1959 -) in Englewood Cliffs, United States (on 1961-11-01)
instrumental recording of:
The Mystery Song (on 1961-11-01)
lyricist:
Irving Mills
composer:
Duke Ellington (US composer, pianist & jazz bandleader)
5:48
8Evidence
recording engineer:
Rudy van Gelder (on 1961-11-01)
producer:
Esmond Edwards
bass:
Carl Brown (Jazz bassist) (on 1961-11-01)
drums (drum set):
Billy Higgins (US jazz drummer) (on 1961-11-01)
soprano saxophone:
Steve Lacy (jazz saxophonist and composer 1934–2004) (on 1961-11-01)
trumpet:
Don Cherry (Jazz trumpeter) (on 1961-11-01)
recorded at:
Van Gelder Studio (Englewood Cliffs, July 20, 1959 -) in Englewood Cliffs, United States (on 1961-11-01)
cover recording of:
Evidence (on 1961-11-01)
composer:
Thelonious Monk
publisher:
Thelonious Music and Thelonious Music Corporation (Publisher, affiliated to BMI.)
5:02
9Let's Cool One
recording engineer:
Rudy van Gelder (on 1961-11-01)
producer:
Esmond Edwards
bass:
Carl Brown (Jazz bassist) (on 1961-11-01)
drums (drum set):
Billy Higgins (US jazz drummer) (on 1961-11-01)
soprano saxophone:
Steve Lacy (jazz saxophonist and composer 1934–2004) (on 1961-11-01)
trumpet:
Don Cherry (Jazz trumpeter) (on 1961-11-01)
recorded at:
Van Gelder Studio (Englewood Cliffs, July 20, 1959 -) in Englewood Cliffs, United States (on 1961-11-01)
cover recording of:
Let’s Cool One (on 1961-11-01)
composer:
Thelonious Monk
6:44
10San Francisco Holiday
recording engineer:
Rudy van Gelder (on 1961-11-01)
producer:
Esmond Edwards
bass:
Carl Brown (Jazz bassist) (on 1961-11-01)
drums (drum set):
Billy Higgins (US jazz drummer) (on 1961-11-01)
soprano saxophone:
Steve Lacy (jazz saxophonist and composer 1934–2004) (on 1961-11-01)
trumpet:
Don Cherry (Jazz trumpeter) (on 1961-11-01)
recorded at:
Van Gelder Studio (Englewood Cliffs, July 20, 1959 -) in Englewood Cliffs, United States (on 1961-11-01)
cover recording of:
San Francisco Holiday (on 1961-11-01)
composer:
Thelonious Monk
publisher:
Thelonious Music
4:31
11Something to Live For
recording engineer:
Rudy van Gelder (on 1961-11-01)
producer:
Esmond Edwards
bass:
Carl Brown (Jazz bassist) (on 1961-11-01)
drums (drum set):
Billy Higgins (US jazz drummer) (on 1961-11-01)
soprano saxophone:
Steve Lacy (jazz saxophonist and composer 1934–2004) (on 1961-11-01)
trumpet:
Don Cherry (Jazz trumpeter) (on 1961-11-01)
recorded at:
Van Gelder Studio (Englewood Cliffs, July 20, 1959 -) in Englewood Cliffs, United States (on 1961-11-01)
instrumental recording of:
Something to Live For (1938 Billy Strayhorn jazz composition) (on 1961-11-01)
lyricist and composer:
Billy Strayhorn
5:52
12Who Knows
recording engineer:
Rudy van Gelder (on 1961-11-01)
producer:
Esmond Edwards
bass:
Carl Brown (Jazz bassist) (on 1961-11-01)
drums (drum set):
Billy Higgins (US jazz drummer) (on 1961-11-01)
soprano saxophone:
Steve Lacy (jazz saxophonist and composer 1934–2004) (on 1961-11-01)
trumpet:
Don Cherry (Jazz trumpeter) (on 1961-11-01)
recorded at:
Van Gelder Studio (Englewood Cliffs, July 20, 1959 -) in Englewood Cliffs, United States (on 1961-11-01)
cover recording of:
Who Knows (on 1961-11-01)
composer:
Thelonious Monk
5:26