Cidadão Do Mundo

~ Release by Dizzy Gillespie (see all versions of this release, 9 available)

Tracklist

12" Vinyl 1
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A1Dizzy's Business
recorded in:
New York, New York, United States (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
alto saxophone:
Jimmy Powell (Jazz saxophonist) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19) and Phil Woods (US jazz woodwind player) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
baritone saxophone:
Marty Flax (American jazz saxophonist. Also played flute, clarinet and trombone) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
bass:
Nelson Boyd (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
drums (drum set):
Charlie Persip (American jazz drummer) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
piano:
Walter Davis Jr. (American hard bop pianist) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
tenor saxophone:
Billy Mitchell (US jazz saxophonist) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19) and Ernie Wilkins (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
trombone:
Rod Levitt (jazz trombonist, composer, bandleader) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19), Melba Liston (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19) and Frank Rehak (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
trumpet:
Ermit V. Perry (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19), Dizzy Gillespie (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19), Joe Gordon (jazz trumpeter) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19), Quincy Jones (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19) and Carl Warwick (jazz trumpeter) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
recording of:
Dizzy’s Business (in 1956-05)
composer:
Ernest Brooks “Ernie” Wilkins
3:39
A2A Night in Tunisia
recorded in:
New York, New York, United States (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
alto saxophone:
Jimmy Powell (Jazz saxophonist) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19) and Phil Woods (US jazz woodwind player) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
baritone saxophone:
Marty Flax (American jazz saxophonist. Also played flute, clarinet and trombone) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
bass:
Nelson Boyd (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
drums (drum set):
Charlie Persip (American jazz drummer) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
piano:
Walter Davis Jr. (American hard bop pianist) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
tenor saxophone:
Billy Mitchell (US jazz saxophonist) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19) and Ernie Wilkins (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
trombone:
Rod Levitt (jazz trombonist, composer, bandleader) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19), Melba Liston (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19) and Frank Rehak (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
trumpet:
Ermit V. Perry (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19), Dizzy Gillespie (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19), Joe Gordon (jazz trumpeter) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19), Quincy Jones (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19) and Carl Warwick (jazz trumpeter) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
recording of:
Night in Tunisia (instrumental) (in 1956-05)
composer:
Dizzy Gillespie and Frank Paparelli
publisher:
Universal‐MCA Music Publishing (US)
5:36
A3Jessica's Day
recorded in:
New York, New York, United States (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
alto saxophone:
Jimmy Powell (Jazz saxophonist) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19) and Phil Woods (US jazz woodwind player) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
baritone saxophone:
Marty Flax (American jazz saxophonist. Also played flute, clarinet and trombone) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
bass:
Nelson Boyd (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
drums (drum set):
Charlie Persip (American jazz drummer) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
piano:
Walter Davis Jr. (American hard bop pianist) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
tenor saxophone:
Billy Mitchell (US jazz saxophonist) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19) and Ernie Wilkins (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
trombone:
Rod Levitt (jazz trombonist, composer, bandleader) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19), Melba Liston (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19) and Frank Rehak (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
trumpet:
Ermit V. Perry (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19), Dizzy Gillespie (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19), Joe Gordon (jazz trumpeter) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19), Quincy Jones (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19) and Carl Warwick (jazz trumpeter) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
recording of:
Jessica’s Day (in 1956-05)
composer:
Quincy Delight Jones, Jr.
4:52
A4Tour de Force
recorded in:
New York, New York, United States (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
alto saxophone:
Jimmy Powell (Jazz saxophonist) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19) and Phil Woods (US jazz woodwind player) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
baritone saxophone:
Marty Flax (American jazz saxophonist. Also played flute, clarinet and trombone) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
bass:
Nelson Boyd (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
drums (drum set):
Charlie Persip (American jazz drummer) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
piano:
Walter Davis Jr. (American hard bop pianist) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
tenor saxophone:
Billy Mitchell (US jazz saxophonist) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19) and Ernie Wilkins (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
trombone:
Rod Levitt (jazz trombonist, composer, bandleader) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19), Melba Liston (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19) and Frank Rehak (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
trumpet:
Ermit V. Perry (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19), Dizzy Gillespie (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19), Joe Gordon (jazz trumpeter) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19), Quincy Jones (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19) and Carl Warwick (jazz trumpeter) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
recording of:
Tour de Force (in 1956-05)
composer:
Dizzy Gillespie
5:06
A5I Can't Get Started
recorded in:
New York, New York, United States (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
alto saxophone:
Jimmy Powell (Jazz saxophonist) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19) and Phil Woods (US jazz woodwind player) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
baritone saxophone:
Marty Flax (American jazz saxophonist. Also played flute, clarinet and trombone) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
bass:
Nelson Boyd (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
drums (drum set):
Charlie Persip (American jazz drummer) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
piano:
Walter Davis Jr. (American hard bop pianist) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
tenor saxophone:
Billy Mitchell (US jazz saxophonist) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19) and Ernie Wilkins (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
trombone:
Rod Levitt (jazz trombonist, composer, bandleader) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19), Melba Liston (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19) and Frank Rehak (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
trumpet:
Ermit V. Perry (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19), Dizzy Gillespie (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19), Joe Gordon (jazz trumpeter) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19), Quincy Jones (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19) and Carl Warwick (jazz trumpeter) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
instrumental recording of:
I Can’t Get Started (in 1956-05)
lyricist:
Ira Gershwin
composer:
Vernon Duke
publisher:
Chappell & Co., Chappell & Co., Inc. (USA), Music Sales Corporation (American copyright holder in both popular and classical music) and Universal Music Corp. (USA, affiliated with ASCAP)
sub-publisher:
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
2:58
B1Stella by Starlight
recorded in:
New York, New York, United States (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
alto saxophone:
Jimmy Powell (Jazz saxophonist) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19) and Phil Woods (US jazz woodwind player) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
baritone saxophone:
Marty Flax (American jazz saxophonist. Also played flute, clarinet and trombone) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
bass:
Nelson Boyd (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
drums (drum set):
Charlie Persip (American jazz drummer) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
piano:
Walter Davis Jr. (American hard bop pianist) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
tenor saxophone:
Billy Mitchell (US jazz saxophonist) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19) and Ernie Wilkins (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
trombone:
Rod Levitt (jazz trombonist, composer, bandleader) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19), Melba Liston (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19) and Frank Rehak (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
trumpet:
Ermit V. Perry (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19), Dizzy Gillespie (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19), Joe Gordon (jazz trumpeter) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19), Quincy Jones (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19) and Carl Warwick (jazz trumpeter) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
instrumental recording of:
Stella by Starlight (in 1956-05)
lyricist:
Ned Washington (in 1946)
composer:
Victor Young (American composer, arranger, violinist & conductor) (in 1944)
publisher:
BMG Music Publishing Ltd. and Famous Music Corporation (renamed since 2007-05 as Sony/ATV Harmony/Melody)
part of:
The Real Book (compilation of jazz standards, Volume I)
3:58
B2Doodlin'
recorded in:
New York, New York, United States (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
alto saxophone:
Jimmy Powell (Jazz saxophonist) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19) and Phil Woods (US jazz woodwind player) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
baritone saxophone:
Marty Flax (American jazz saxophonist. Also played flute, clarinet and trombone) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
bass:
Nelson Boyd (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
drums (drum set):
Charlie Persip (American jazz drummer) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
piano:
Walter Davis Jr. (American hard bop pianist) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
tenor saxophone:
Billy Mitchell (US jazz saxophonist) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19) and Ernie Wilkins (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
trombone:
Rod Levitt (jazz trombonist, composer, bandleader) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19), Melba Liston (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19) and Frank Rehak (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
trumpet:
Ermit V. Perry (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19), Dizzy Gillespie (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19), Joe Gordon (jazz trumpeter) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19), Quincy Jones (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19) and Carl Warwick (jazz trumpeter) (from 1956-05-18 until 1956-05-19)
recording of:
Doodlin’ (original instrumental version) (in 1956-05)
composer:
Horace Silver
publisher:
Ecaroh Music, Inc.
4:09
B3The Champ
recorded in:
New York, New York, United States (on 1956-06-06)
producer:
Norman Granz
alto saxophone:
Jimmy Powell (Jazz saxophonist) (on 1956-06-06) and Phil Woods (US jazz woodwind player) (on 1956-06-06)
baritone saxophone:
Marty Flax (American jazz saxophonist. Also played flute, clarinet and trombone) (on 1956-06-06)
bass and double bass:
Nelson Boyd (on 1956-06-06)
bass trombone:
Rod Levitt (jazz trombonist, composer, bandleader) (on 1956-06-06)
drums (drum set):
Charli Persip (American jazz drummer) (on 1956-06-06)
piano:
Walter Davis Jr. (American hard bop pianist) (on 1956-06-06)
solo trumpet and solo lead vocals [scat]:
Dizzy Gillespie (on 1956-06-06)
tenor saxophone:
Billy Mitchell (US jazz saxophonist) (on 1956-06-06) and Ernie Wilkins (on 1956-06-06)
trombone:
Rod Levitt (jazz trombonist, composer, bandleader) (on 1956-06-06), Melba Liston (on 1956-06-06) and Frank Rehak (on 1956-06-06)
trumpet:
E. V. Perry (on 1956-06-06), Dizzy Gillespie (on 1956-06-06), Joe Gordon (jazz trumpeter) (on 1956-06-06), Quincy Jones (on 1956-06-06) and Carl Warwick (jazz trumpeter) (on 1956-06-06)
arranger:
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist – Do not add releases here, if possible.)
recorded at:
Coastal Recording in New York, New York, United States (on 1956-06-06)
recording of:
The Champ (on 1956-05-06)
composer:
Dizzy Gillespie
publisher:
Skyview Music
recording of:
The Champ (on 1956-06-06)
composer:
Dizzy Gillespie
publisher:
Skyview Music
4:44
B4My Reverie
recorded in:
New York, New York, United States (on 1956-06-06)
producer:
Norman Granz
alto saxophone:
Jimmy Powell (Jazz saxophonist) (on 1956-06-06) and Phil Woods (US jazz woodwind player) (on 1956-06-06)
baritone saxophone:
Marty Flax (American jazz saxophonist. Also played flute, clarinet and trombone) (on 1956-06-06)
bass and double bass:
Nelson Boyd (on 1956-06-06)
bass trombone:
Rod Levitt (jazz trombonist, composer, bandleader) (on 1956-06-06)
drums (drum set):
Charli Persip (American jazz drummer) (on 1956-06-06)
piano:
Walter Davis Jr. (American hard bop pianist) (on 1956-06-06)
solo trombone:
Melba Liston (on 1956-06-06)
tenor saxophone:
Billy Mitchell (US jazz saxophonist) (on 1956-06-06) and Ernie Wilkins (on 1956-06-06)
trombone:
Rod Levitt (jazz trombonist, composer, bandleader) (on 1956-06-06), Melba Liston (on 1956-06-06) and Frank Rehak (on 1956-06-06)
trumpet:
E. V. Perry (on 1956-06-06), Dizzy Gillespie (on 1956-06-06), Joe Gordon (jazz trumpeter) (on 1956-06-06), Quincy Jones (on 1956-06-06) and Carl Warwick (jazz trumpeter) (on 1956-06-06)
arranger:
Melba Liston
recorded at:
Coastal Recording in New York, New York, United States (on 1956-06-06)
instrumental recording of:
My Reverie (english lyrics) (on 1956-06-06)
lyricist:
Larry Clinton (in 1938)
writer:
André Baruch
composer:
Claude Debussy (in 1890)
is based on:
Rêverie, L. 68, CD 76 (for piano)
recording of:
My Reverie (Debussy’s “Reverie”) (arr. Greeley) (on 1956-06-06)
composer:
Claude Debussy (in 1890)
arranger:
Larry Clinton and George Greeley
arrangement of:
Rêverie, L. 68, CD 76 (for piano)
2:55
B5Dizzy's Blues
recorded in:
New York, New York, United States (on 1956-06-06)
producer:
Norman Granz
alto saxophone:
Jimmy Powell (Jazz saxophonist) (on 1956-06-06) and Phil Woods (US jazz woodwind player) (on 1956-06-06)
baritone saxophone:
Marty Flax (American jazz saxophonist. Also played flute, clarinet and trombone) (on 1956-06-06)
bass and double bass:
Nelson Boyd (on 1956-06-06)
bass trombone:
Rod Levitt (jazz trombonist, composer, bandleader) (on 1956-06-06)
drums (drum set):
Charli Persip (American jazz drummer) (on 1956-06-06)
piano:
Walter Davis Jr. (American hard bop pianist) (on 1956-06-06)
solo trumpet:
Dizzy Gillespie (on 1956-06-06)
tenor saxophone:
Billy Mitchell (US jazz saxophonist) (on 1956-06-06) and Ernie Wilkins (on 1956-06-06)
trombone:
Rod Levitt (jazz trombonist, composer, bandleader) (on 1956-06-06), Melba Liston (on 1956-06-06) and Frank Rehak (on 1956-06-06)
trumpet:
E. V. Perry (on 1956-06-06), Dizzy Gillespie (on 1956-06-06), Joe Gordon (jazz trumpeter) (on 1956-06-06), Quincy Jones (on 1956-06-06) and Carl Warwick (jazz trumpeter) (on 1956-06-06)
arranger:
A.K. Salim
recorded at:
Coastal Recording in New York, New York, United States (on 1956-06-06)
recording of:
Dizzy’s Blues (on 1956-06-06)
composer:
Ahmad Khatab “A. K.” Salim
2:31