Chances Are It Swings (Mono)

~ Release by Shorty Rogers (see all versions of this release, 2 available)

Annotation

Release date via Billboard Magazine, 8 Jun 1959.

Annotation last modified on 2017-09-04 08:58 UTC.

Tracklist

12" Vinyl 1
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1Chances Are
recorded in:
Los Angeles, California, United States (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
alto saxophone, clarinet and flute:
Paul Horn (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Bud Shank (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
baritone saxophone and bass clarinet:
Chuck Gentry (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
bass:
Joe Mondragon (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
drums (drum set):
Mel Lewis (American jazz drummer) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
flugelhorn:
Shorty Rogers (trumpet) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
guitar:
Barney Kessel (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Howard Roberts (jazz guitarist, educator, session musician and producer) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
piano:
Pete Jolly (American jazz pianist, accordionist, and composer) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
tenor saxophone:
Bill Holman (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Richie Kamuca (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
trombone:
Harry Betts (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Bob Enevoldsen (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Dick Nash (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Ken Shroyer (trombonist) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
trumpet:
Conte Candoli (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Pete Candoli (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Don Fagerquist (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Ollie Mitchell (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Al Porcino (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Ray Triscari (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
vibraphone:
Gene Estes (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
3:21
2No Such Luck
recorded in:
Los Angeles, California, United States (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
alto saxophone, clarinet and flute:
Paul Horn (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Bud Shank (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
baritone saxophone and bass clarinet:
Chuck Gentry (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
bass:
Joe Mondragon (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
drums (drum set):
Mel Lewis (American jazz drummer) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
flugelhorn:
Shorty Rogers (trumpet) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
guitar:
Barney Kessel (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Howard Roberts (jazz guitarist, educator, session musician and producer) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
piano:
Pete Jolly (American jazz pianist, accordionist, and composer) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
tenor saxophone:
Bill Holman (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Richie Kamuca (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
trombone:
Harry Betts (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Bob Enevoldsen (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Dick Nash (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Ken Shroyer (trombonist) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
trumpet:
Conte Candoli (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Pete Candoli (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Don Fagerquist (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Ollie Mitchell (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Al Porcino (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Ray Triscari (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
vibraphone:
Gene Estes (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
2:20
3It's Not for Me to Say
recorded in:
Los Angeles, California, United States (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
alto saxophone, clarinet and flute:
Paul Horn (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Bud Shank (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
baritone saxophone and bass clarinet:
Chuck Gentry (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
bass:
Joe Mondragon (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
drums (drum set):
Mel Lewis (American jazz drummer) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
flugelhorn:
Shorty Rogers (trumpet) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
guitar:
Barney Kessel (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Howard Roberts (jazz guitarist, educator, session musician and producer) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
piano:
Pete Jolly (American jazz pianist, accordionist, and composer) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
tenor saxophone:
Bill Holman (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Richie Kamuca (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
trombone:
Harry Betts (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Bob Enevoldsen (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Dick Nash (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Ken Shroyer (trombonist) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
trumpet:
Conte Candoli (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Pete Candoli (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Don Fagerquist (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Ollie Mitchell (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Al Porcino (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Ray Triscari (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
vibraphone:
Gene Estes (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
4:40
4Lilac Chiffon
recorded in:
Los Angeles, California, United States (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
alto saxophone, clarinet and flute:
Paul Horn (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Bud Shank (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
baritone saxophone and bass clarinet:
Chuck Gentry (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
bass:
Joe Mondragon (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
drums (drum set):
Mel Lewis (American jazz drummer) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
flugelhorn:
Shorty Rogers (trumpet) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
guitar:
Barney Kessel (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Howard Roberts (jazz guitarist, educator, session musician and producer) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
piano:
Pete Jolly (American jazz pianist, accordionist, and composer) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
tenor saxophone:
Bill Holman (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Richie Kamuca (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
trombone:
Harry Betts (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Bob Enevoldsen (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Dick Nash (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Ken Shroyer (trombonist) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
trumpet:
Conte Candoli (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Pete Candoli (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Don Fagerquist (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Ollie Mitchell (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Al Porcino (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Ray Triscari (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
vibraphone:
Gene Estes (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
4:04
5I Just Don't Know
recorded in:
Los Angeles, California, United States (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
alto saxophone, clarinet and flute:
Paul Horn (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Bud Shank (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
baritone saxophone and bass clarinet:
Chuck Gentry (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
bass:
Monty Budwig (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
drums (drum set):
Mel Lewis (American jazz drummer) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
flugelhorn:
Shorty Rogers (trumpet) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
guitar:
Barney Kessel (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Howard Roberts (jazz guitarist, educator, session musician and producer) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
piano:
Pete Jolly (American jazz pianist, accordionist, and composer) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
tenor saxophone:
Bill Holman (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Richie Kamuca (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
trombone:
Harry Betts (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Bob Enevoldsen (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Dick Nash (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Ken Shroyer (trombonist) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
trumpet:
Conte Candoli (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Pete Candoli (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Don Fagerquist (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Ollie Mitchell (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Al Porcino (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Ray Triscari (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
vibraphone:
Red Norvo (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
4:30
6Who Needs You
recorded in:
Los Angeles, California, United States (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
alto saxophone, clarinet and flute:
Paul Horn (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Bud Shank (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
baritone saxophone and bass clarinet:
Chuck Gentry (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
bass:
Joe Mondragon (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
drums (drum set):
Mel Lewis (American jazz drummer) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
flugelhorn:
Shorty Rogers (trumpet) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
guitar:
Barney Kessel (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Howard Roberts (jazz guitarist, educator, session musician and producer) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
piano:
Pete Jolly (American jazz pianist, accordionist, and composer) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
tenor saxophone:
Bill Holman (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Richie Kamuca (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
trombone:
Harry Betts (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Bob Enevoldsen (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Dick Nash (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Ken Shroyer (trombonist) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
trumpet:
Conte Candoli (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Pete Candoli (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Don Fagerquist (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Ollie Mitchell (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Al Porcino (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Ray Triscari (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
vibraphone:
Gene Estes (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
2:59
7Everybody Loves a Lover
recorded in:
Los Angeles, California, United States (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
alto saxophone, clarinet and flute:
Paul Horn (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Bud Shank (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
baritone saxophone and bass clarinet:
Chuck Gentry (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
bass:
Joe Mondragon (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
drums (drum set):
Mel Lewis (American jazz drummer) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
flugelhorn:
Shorty Rogers (trumpet) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
guitar:
Barney Kessel (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Howard Roberts (jazz guitarist, educator, session musician and producer) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
piano:
Pete Jolly (American jazz pianist, accordionist, and composer) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
tenor saxophone:
Bill Holman (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Richie Kamuca (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
trombone:
Harry Betts (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Bob Enevoldsen (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Dick Nash (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Ken Shroyer (trombonist) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
trumpet:
Conte Candoli (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Pete Candoli (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Don Fagerquist (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Ollie Mitchell (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Al Porcino (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Ray Triscari (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
vibraphone:
Gene Estes (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
3:53
8Come to Me
recorded in:
Los Angeles, California, United States (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
alto saxophone, clarinet and flute:
Paul Horn (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Bud Shank (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
baritone saxophone and bass clarinet:
Chuck Gentry (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
bass:
Monty Budwig (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
drums (drum set):
Mel Lewis (American jazz drummer) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
flugelhorn:
Shorty Rogers (trumpet) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
guitar:
Barney Kessel (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Howard Roberts (jazz guitarist, educator, session musician and producer) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
piano:
Pete Jolly (American jazz pianist, accordionist, and composer) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
tenor saxophone:
Bill Holman (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Richie Kamuca (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
trombone:
Harry Betts (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Bob Enevoldsen (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Dick Nash (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Ken Shroyer (trombonist) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
trumpet:
Conte Candoli (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Pete Candoli (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Don Fagerquist (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Ollie Mitchell (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Al Porcino (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Ray Triscari (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
vibraphone:
Red Norvo (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
2:49
9My Very Good Friend in the Looking Glass
recorded in:
Los Angeles, California, United States (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
alto saxophone, clarinet and flute:
Paul Horn (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Bud Shank (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
baritone saxophone and bass clarinet:
Chuck Gentry (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
bass:
Joe Mondragon (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
drums (drum set):
Mel Lewis (American jazz drummer) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
flugelhorn:
Shorty Rogers (trumpet) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
guitar:
Barney Kessel (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Howard Roberts (jazz guitarist, educator, session musician and producer) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
piano:
Pete Jolly (American jazz pianist, accordionist, and composer) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
tenor saxophone:
Bill Holman (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Richie Kamuca (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
trombone:
Harry Betts (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Bob Enevoldsen (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Dick Nash (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Ken Shroyer (trombonist) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
trumpet:
Conte Candoli (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Pete Candoli (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Don Fagerquist (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Ollie Mitchell (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Al Porcino (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Ray Triscari (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
vibraphone:
Gene Estes (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
3:34
10You Know How It Is
recorded in:
Los Angeles, California, United States (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
alto saxophone, clarinet and flute:
Paul Horn (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Bud Shank (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
baritone saxophone and bass clarinet:
Chuck Gentry (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
bass:
Joe Mondragon (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
drums (drum set):
Mel Lewis (American jazz drummer) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
flugelhorn:
Shorty Rogers (trumpet) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
guitar:
Barney Kessel (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Howard Roberts (jazz guitarist, educator, session musician and producer) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
piano:
Pete Jolly (American jazz pianist, accordionist, and composer) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
tenor saxophone:
Bill Holman (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Richie Kamuca (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
trombone:
Harry Betts (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Bob Enevoldsen (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Dick Nash (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Ken Shroyer (trombonist) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
trumpet:
Conte Candoli (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Pete Candoli (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Don Fagerquist (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Ollie Mitchell (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Al Porcino (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Ray Triscari (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
vibraphone:
Gene Estes (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
3:24
11A Very Special Love
recorded in:
Los Angeles, California, United States (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
alto saxophone, clarinet and flute:
Paul Horn (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Bud Shank (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
baritone saxophone and bass clarinet:
Chuck Gentry (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
bass:
Monty Budwig (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
drums (drum set):
Mel Lewis (American jazz drummer) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
flugelhorn:
Shorty Rogers (trumpet) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
guitar:
Barney Kessel (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Howard Roberts (jazz guitarist, educator, session musician and producer) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
piano:
Pete Jolly (American jazz pianist, accordionist, and composer) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
tenor saxophone:
Bill Holman (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Richie Kamuca (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
trombone:
Harry Betts (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Bob Enevoldsen (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Dick Nash (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Ken Shroyer (trombonist) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
trumpet:
Conte Candoli (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Pete Candoli (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Don Fagerquist (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Ollie Mitchell (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Al Porcino (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Ray Triscari (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
vibraphone:
Red Norvo (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
2:00
12Teacher, Teacher
recorded in:
Los Angeles, California, United States (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
alto saxophone, clarinet and flute:
Paul Horn (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Bud Shank (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
baritone saxophone and bass clarinet:
Chuck Gentry (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
bass:
Monty Budwig (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
drums (drum set):
Mel Lewis (American jazz drummer) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
flugelhorn:
Shorty Rogers (trumpet) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
guitar:
Barney Kessel (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Howard Roberts (jazz guitarist, educator, session musician and producer) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
piano:
Pete Jolly (American jazz pianist, accordionist, and composer) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
tenor saxophone:
Bill Holman (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Richie Kamuca (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
trombone:
Harry Betts (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Bob Enevoldsen (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Dick Nash (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Ken Shroyer (trombonist) (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
trumpet:
Conte Candoli (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Pete Candoli (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Don Fagerquist (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Ollie Mitchell (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20), Al Porcino (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20) and Ray Triscari (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
vibraphone:
Red Norvo (from 1958-12-09 until 1958-12-20)
2:38