For Quiet Lovers

~ Release by Teddy Wilson (see all versions of this release, 1 available)

Tracklist

12" Vinyl 1
#TitleRatingLength
A1Blues for the Oldest Profession
double bass:
Milt Hinton (on 1955-02-01)
drums (drum set):
Jo Jones (US jazz drummer) (on 1955-02-01)
piano:
Teddy Wilson (on 1955-02-01)
2:59
A2It Had to Be You
double bass:
Milt Hinton (on 1955-02-01)
drums (drum set):
Jo Jones (US jazz drummer) (on 1955-02-01)
piano:
Teddy Wilson (on 1955-02-01)
instrumental recording of:
It Had to Be You (on 1955-02-01)
lyricist:
Gus Kahn (in 1924)
composer:
Isham Jones (in 1924)
publisher:
Bantam Music Publishing Co., EMI Music Publishing Ltd. (PRS-affiliated), Gilbert Keyes Music Company, The Songwriters Guild, Warner Bros., Inc. (not for release label use!) and Jerome H. Remick & Co. (on 1924-05-09)
3:09
A3You Took Advantage of Me
double bass:
Milt Hinton (on 1955-02-01)
drums (drum set):
Jo Jones (US jazz drummer) (on 1955-02-01)
piano:
Teddy Wilson (on 1955-02-01)
instrumental recording of:
You Took Advantage of Me (on 1955-02-01)
lyricist:
Lorenz Hart (in 1928)
composer:
Richard Rodgers (composer) (in 1928)
4:19
A4Three Little Words
double bass:
Milt Hinton (on 1955-02-01)
drums (drum set):
Jo Jones (US jazz drummer) (on 1955-02-01)
piano:
Teddy Wilson (on 1955-02-01)
instrumental recording of:
Three Little Words (on 1955-02-01)
lyricist:
Bert Kalmar (in 1930)
composer:
Harry Ruby (in 1930)
publisher:
Bug Music (music publishing) and MPL Music Publishing Inc.
2:41
A5If I Had You
double bass:
Milt Hinton (on 1955-02-01)
drums (drum set):
Jo Jones (US jazz drummer) (on 1955-02-01)
piano:
Teddy Wilson (on 1955-02-01)
instrumental recording of:
If I Had You (on 1955-02-01)
writer:
James Campbell (British songwriter and music publisher), Reginald Connelly and Ted Shapiro
publisher:
Campbell Connelly & Co. Ltd., Campbell Connelly Inc. (ASCAP affiliated), EMI Robbins Catalog Inc. (ASCAP) and Robbins Music Corp.
2:36
A6Who's Sorry Now
double bass:
Milt Hinton (on 1955-02-01)
drums (drum set):
Jo Jones (US jazz drummer) (on 1955-02-01)
piano:
Teddy Wilson (on 1955-02-01)
instrumental recording of:
Who’s Sorry Now? (1923 song) (on 1955-02-01)
lyricist:
Bert Kalmar (in 1923) and Harry Ruby (in 1923)
composer:
Ted Snyder (in 1923)
publisher:
B. Feldman & Co. Ltd. (publisher est. 1946), Waterson, Berlin & Snyder (on 1923-03-07) and Mills Music Corporation (in 1929)
3:36
B1The Birth of the Blues
double bass:
Milt Hinton (on 1955-02-01)
drums (drum set):
Jo Jones (US jazz drummer) (on 1955-02-01)
piano:
Teddy Wilson (on 1955-02-01)
instrumental recording of:
Birth of the Blues (on 1955-02-01)
lyricist:
Lew Brown and Buddy DeSylva
composer:
Ray Henderson
2:53
B2When Your Lover Has Gone
double bass:
Milt Hinton (on 1955-02-01)
drums (drum set):
Jo Jones (US jazz drummer) (on 1955-02-01)
piano:
Teddy Wilson (on 1955-02-01)
instrumental recording of:
When Your Lover Has Gone (on 1955-02-01)
lyricist and composer:
Einar Aaron Swan
publisher:
Remick Music Corp. and Warner Bros., Inc. (Warner Bros. Music Division)
2:49
B3Moonlight on the Ganges
double bass:
Milt Hinton (on 1955-02-01)
drums (drum set):
Jo Jones (US jazz drummer) (on 1955-02-01)
piano:
Teddy Wilson (on 1955-02-01)
instrumental recording of:
Moonlight on the Ganges (on 1955-02-01)
lyricist:
Huntley Trevor and Chester Wallace
composer:
Sherman Myers
publisher:
Campbell Connelly Inc. (ASCAP affiliated)
3:48
B4April in Paris
double bass:
Milt Hinton (on 1955-02-01)
drums (drum set):
Jo Jones (US jazz drummer) (on 1955-02-01)
piano:
Teddy Wilson (on 1955-02-01)
instrumental recording of:
April in Paris (on 1955-02-01)
lyricist:
Yip Harburg (in 1932)
composer:
Vernon Duke (in 1932)
publisher:
Chappell Music Ltd.
part of:
The Real Book (compilation of jazz standards, Volume I)
3:24
B5Hallelujah
double bass:
Milt Hinton (on 1955-02-01)
drums (drum set):
Jo Jones (US jazz drummer) (on 1955-02-01)
piano:
Teddy Wilson (on 1955-02-01)
instrumental recording of:
Hallelujah! (on 1955-02-01)
lyricist:
Clifford Grey (in 1927) and Leo Robin (US composer, lyricist & songwriter) (in 1927)
composer:
Vincent Youmans (in 1927)
part of:
Hit the Deck (1955 movie)
3:10
B6Get Out of Town
double bass:
Milt Hinton (on 1955-02-01)
drums (drum set):
Jo Jones (US jazz drummer) (on 1955-02-01)
piano:
Teddy Wilson (on 1955-02-01)
instrumental recording of:
Get Out of Town (on 1955-02-01)
lyricist and composer:
Cole Porter (composer) (in 1938)
part of:
Leave It to Me!
3:32

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