1958

unknown location and date

01 Fascinatin’ rhythmn
02 Love walked in
03 Clap yo’ hands
04 The man I love
05 Someone to watch over me
06 Mine
07 Liza
08 Bess you is my woman
09 Our love is here to stay
10 Somebody loves me
11 Soon

Manny Albam and his Orchestra introducing the first
Modern Piano Quartet :
Dick Marx, Eddie Costa, Hank Jones, Johnny Costa

LP: The First Modern Piano Quartet – Gallery Of Gershwin (Coral CRL 59102)

Unknown date, 1958

01. Perfidia
02. Maybe You’ll Be There
03. Lover Come Back To Me
04. There, I’ve Said It Again
05. Because Of You
06. Please Don’t Take Your Love Away From Me
07. C’est La Vie
08. Too Young
09. Baby, Get Lost
10. I Get A Kick Out Of You
11. Anytime, Anyday, Anywhere
12. Trouble In Mind

Donna Hightower with Sid Feller’s All-Star Group
Joe Wilder (tp), Ben Webster (ts), Mundell Lowe (g), Hank Jones (p), George Duvivier (b) and Don Lamond (d)

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LP: Donna Hightower – Take One! (Captitol T 1133)
CD: Donna Hightower – Take One! (Fresh  Sound Records FSR CD 561)

January 8, 9, and 10, 1958

01 Fascinating Rhythm (EC, HJ) (George Gershwin)
02 Love Walked In (JC) (George Gershwin)
03 Clap Yo’ Hands (George Gershwin)
04 The Man I Love (HJ) (George Gershwin)
05 Someone To Watch Over Me (DM) (George Gershwin)
06 Mine (George Gershwin)
07 Liza (All The Clouds’ll Roll Away) (George Gershwin)
08 Bess You Is My Woman (DM) (George Gershwin)
09 Love Is Here To Stay (EC) (George Gershwin)
10 Somebody Loves Me (HJ) (George Gershwin)
11 Soon (DM) (George Gershwin)

* The principal soloists indicated.

Dick Marx, Eddie Costa, Hank Jones, Johnny Costa (p); Manny Albam (arr, cond)

LP: Manny Albam and His Orchestra introducung the First Modern Piano Quartet – A Gallery Of Gershwin (Coral CRL 759102 (1958)

 

January 22, 1958

New York City, NY

01 In a sentimental mood
02 Tangerine
03 Cool and Easy
04 When the little bird sings

TOOTS THIELEMANS (harmonica)
HANK JONES (piano)
DOUG WATKINS (bass)
ART TAYLOR (drums).

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LP: Toots Thielemans – Time out for Toots (Decca DL9204)

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LP: THE SOUL OF TOOTS THIELEMANS (LPS 141147)

January 24, 1958

01 The neraness of you
02 The cuckoo in the clock
03 Body and soul
04 A handful of stars

Toots Thielemans – harmonica
Urbie Green – tenor sax
Billy Byers – trombone
Santos Russo – trombone
Hank Jones – piano
Bucky Pizzarelli – guitar
Doug Watkins – bass
Art Taylor -drums

05 Clap yo’hands
06 Them their eyes
07 Early autumn
08 A handful of stars

Toots Thielemans – harmonica, guitar
Al Cohn – tenor sax
Zoot Sims – tenor sax
Al Epstein – baritone sax
Danny Bank – baritone sax
Hank Jones – piano
Berry Gailbraith – guitar
Doug Watkins – bass
Art Taylor – drums
Ralph Burns – arranger

LP: Toots Thielemans – Time out for Toots (Decca Dl 9204)

1958, January 26
New York City, NY

01 Ballin’ the Jack
02 Night train
03 Do you know what it means to miss New Orleans ?

Jonah Jones (tp)
Hank Jones (p)
John Brown (b)
Harold Austin (d)

Note: Capitol T1115 titled “Jonah Jumps Again”.
Blue Moon (Sp)BMCD847 [CD] titled “Jumpin’ With Jonah + Jonah Jumps Again”.
All above titles also on Capitol 5-24554-2 [CD] titled “Jumpin’ With Jonah”; see following session for rest of CD.
All above titles also on Blue Moon (Sp)BMCD845-851 [CD].

February 3, 1958
New York City

(Session #5722)
21953 Tollgate treat – Capitol EAP-1-1020
21954 Harmon hum – Capitol EAP-3-1020
21955 Cortlandt clipper – Capitol EAP-4-1020
21956 Briarcliff beat – Capitol EAP-3-1020

(Session #5723)
21957 Mary’s pizza mart – Capitol EAP-4-1020
21958 Round rock riff – Capitol EAP-3-1020
21959 Croton craze – Capitol EAP-4-1020
21960 Bear mountain blast – Capitol EAP-2-1020

JACKIE GLEASON AND HIS ORCHESTRA:
Large string orchestra conducted by Jackie Gleason, featuring:
Charlie Shavers (trumpet)
Jimmy Cleveland (tuba),
Charlie Ventura (alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, bass saxophone),
Hank Jones (piano),
& others.

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LP: Jackie Gleason presents Riff Jazz (Capitol W/SW 1020)

February 4, 1958
New York City

(Session #5724)
21961 Bird ‘n bottle – Capitol EAP-1-1020
21962 Sawmill slide – Capitol EAP-1-1020
21963 Route 9A romp – Capitol EAP-2-1020
21964 Buchanan bustout – Capitol EAP-3-1020
21965 Safe home swing – Capitol EAP-1-1020
21966 Hawthorne Circle hop – Capitol EAP-2-1020
21967 Peekskill peek – Capitol EAP-2-1020
21968 Furnace dock flip – Capitol EAP-4-1020
(Session #5725)
21964 Buchanan bustout – Capitol EAP-3-1020
21965 Safe home swing – Capitol EAP-1-1020
21966 Hawthorne Circle hop – Capitol EAP-2-1020
21967 Peekskill peek – Capitol EAP-2-1020
21968 Furnace dock flip – Capitol EAP-4-1020
All titles issued on Capitol W/SW 1020.
Note:21965 was listed in master file as “Toconic tonic”.

JACKIE GLEASON AND HIS ORCHESTRA:
Large string orchestra conducted by Jackie Gleason,
featuring Charlie Shavers (trumpet)
Jimmy Cleveland (tuba),
Charlie Ventura (alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, bass saxophone),
Hank Jones (piano),
& others.

LP: Jackie Gleason presents Riff Jazz (Capitol W/SW 1020)

February 18 & 19, 1958
New York City

01 – Bird Of Prey Blues
02 – My One And Only Love
03 – Vignette
04 – Ooh-Wee, Miss G.P.
05 – You’Ve Changed
06 – Get Set

Buck Clayton (t)
Coleman Hawkins (ts)
Hank Jones (p)
Ray Brown (b)
Mickey Sheen (d).

LP: Coleman Hawkins – The high and mighty hawk

March 3, 1958
March 4, 1958
March 5, 1958

New York City

01,It Don’t Mean A Thing (It If Ain’t Got That Swing)

2,Don’t You Know I Care (Or Don’t You Care I Know)
3,In A Mellotone
4,In A Sentimental Mood
5,Solitude

6,Duke’s Place
7,I’m Beginning To See The Light
8,Prelude To A kiss
9,Sophisticated Lady
10,Mood Indigo
11,The Sky Fell Down

Bernie Glow (tp)
Nick Travis (tp)
Ernie Royal (tp)
Al De Risi (tp)….1,4,5,6,8,9,10
Burt Collins (tp)….2,3,7,11
Jim Dahl (tb)
Chauncey Welsch (tb)
Billy Byers (tb)….1,5,10
Bob Brookmeyer (tb)….2,3,7,11
Urbie Green (tb)….4,6,8,9
tommy mitchel (bass tb)….4,6,8,9
Al Cohn (ts,cl)….Clarinet On 10
Hank Jones (p)
Barry Galbraith (g)
Milt Hinton (b )….1,4,5,6,8,9,10
Bill Crow (b )….2,3,7,11
Osie Johnson (ds )
Unknown Chorus
Manny Albam (cond) and Orchestra

1,5,10….1958 3 4
2,3,7,11….1958 3 5
4,6,8,9….1958 3

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CD: Manny Albam / Sophisticated Lady Coral CRL-57231 LP-Time LPT-1087 (Reissue)

March 5, 1958

New York City

01 Duke’s Place
02 In a sentimental mood
03 Sophisticated lady
04 Prelude to a kiss
05 Solitude
06 It don’t mean a thing
07 Mood indigo
08 Satin doll
09 I’m beginning to see the light
10 Don’t you know I care
11 In a mellow tone
12 The Sky fell down

 

March 9, 1958
Hackensack, NJ, VanGelder Recording Studio

01 Autumn leaves
02 Love for sale
03 Somethin’ else
04 One for daddy-o
05 Dancing in the dark
06 Alison’s uncle

Julian “Cannoball” Adderley – alto sax
Miles Davis – trumpet
Hank Jones – piano
Sam Jones – bass
Art Blakey – drums

LP: Julian “Cannonball” Adderley – Somethin’ else (Blue Note)
CD: same )Blue Note 7463382)

Alternate track(s)

01 Autumn Leaves

CD: Julian “Cannonball” Adderley – Somethin’ else (Toshiba TYCJ 81002)

March 24, 1958
New York City, NY, Beltone Studio

01 Nice and Nasty
02 Keepin’ Up With The Joneses
03 Three and One
04 Sput ‘N’ Jeff
05 It Had To Be You
06 On The Alamo
07 There Is No Greater Love

Thad Jones – trumpet, flugelhorn
Hank Jones – piano, organ
Eddie Jones – bass
Elvin Jones – drums

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LP: JONES BROTHERS [Keepin’ Up with the Joneses]  (Metrojazz E1003)
CD: JONES BROTHERS [Keepin’ Up with the Joneses] (Verve)

March 25, 1958

New York City, Webster Hall

Cootie Williams And His Orchestra :
Cootie Williams (tp)
Billy Byers, Bobby Byrne, Lou McGarity (tb)
Dick Hixson (b-tb)
Phil Bodner, Elwyn Fraser, Nick Caiazza, Romeo Penque, Boomie Richman (saxes)
Hank Jones (p)
Tony Mottola (g)
Eddie Safranski (b)
Don Lamond (d)

Air mail special
My old flame
Swingin’ down the lane
Just in time

LP: Cootie Williams in Hi-Fi
CD: Cootie Williams in Hi-Fi

March 25 & 28, 1958
New York City, Webster Hall

01 Omo Ado 6:05
02 Kele Kele 4:18
03 La Pecadora (E2) 7:41
04 Ochun 4:29
05 Oluo Anu 6:55
06 Ofo 5:07
Ernie Royal, Johnny Bello, Burt Collins, Ray Copeland – trumpets
Jimmy Cleveland, Jim Dahl, Frank Rehak – trombones
Al Antonucci – French horn
Jay McAllister – tuba
Gene Quill – alto sax
Seldon Powell, Frank Socolow – tenor saxes
Billy Slapin, baritone sax – piccolo
Shelly Gold – bass sax
Hank Jones – piano
Chet Amsterdam – bass
Jimmy Campbell – drums
Joe Venuto – tympani
Sol Gubin – maracas
Sabu Martinez – bongos
Umbaldo Nieto – timbales
Carlos Valdes – congas
Jose Mangual – tambauri
Alvin Goldberg – percussion
The Dave Lambert Singers -vocals.
Recorded at Webster Hall, New York City on

LP: Johnny Richards – THE RITES OF DIABLO (Roulette SR-52008)

April 17, 1958
New York City, Webster Hall

01 Ofo 5:07
Al Stewart, Charlie Shavers, Burt Collins, Ray Copeland – trumpets
Jimmy Cleveland, Jim Dahl, Frank Rehak – trombones
Julius Watkins – French horn
Jay McAllister – tuba
Gene Quill – alto sax
Seldon Powell, Frank Socolow – tenor saxes
Billy Slapin – baritone sax, piccolo
Shelly Gold – bass sax
Hank Jones, piano
Chet Amsterdam – bass
Jimmy Campbell – drums
Joe Venuto – tympani
Sol Gubin – maracas
PeteTerrace – bongos
Umbaldo Nieto – timbales
Carlos Valdes – congas
Raymond Rodriguez – tambauri
Al Epstein – percussion

Originally issued on THE RITES OF DIABLO (Roulette SR-52008)

1958, April 22
1958, April 
26

New York City, NY

01 That’s a plenty
02 Just a gigolo
03 The blues don’t care
04 It’s a good day (jj vcl)
05 No moon at all (*)
06 A kiss to build a dream on (jj vcl)
07 Baby, won’t you please come home ? (jj vcl,*)
08 Jumpin’ with Jonah EAP3-1039
09 Dance only with me EAP2-1039
10 Bill Bailey
11 Lot’s of luck Charley
12 Moten swing (!)

* Slowly but surely Capitol T1115, Capitol 5-24554-2 [CD]
* Jalousie (!,#) –
Note: (#) Possible allocation for “Jalousie” on Capitol T1115.
Capitol (S)T1375 titled “Hit me again”.
Capitol (S)T1039 titled “Jumpin’ with Jonah”.
(*) These 2 titles also on Collector’s Choice Music CCM108-2 [CD].
All titles, except, (#) also on Capitol 5-24554-2 [CD].
All titles, except (!), also on Blue Moon (Sp)BMCD847 [CD].
All titles, except (#), also on Blue Moon (Sp)BMCD845-851 [CD].

June 20, 1958

New York City, NY, unkown studio

01 Satin Doll (Part 1)
02 The party’s over
03 After the party blues
04 The love nest

Aaron Bell Trio
Hank Jones – piano
Aaron Bell – bass, tuba (on 3)
Ed Thigpen – drums

CD: Aaron Bell Trio – After The Party’s Over (RCA 74321 180822)

June 27, 1958

New York, NY

01 Blue and Sentimental
02 Don’t get around much anymore
03 Nuages
04 Rosetta

LP: Michel Legrand – Legrand Jazz
CD: same ( Emarcy 8300742)

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July 2, 1958

New York City, NY

01 Satin Doll (Part 2)
02 Kumquat

Tyree Glenn – trombone
Hank Jones – piano
Aaron Bell – bass, tuba (on 2)
Elvin Jones – drums

CD: Aaron Bell Trio – After The Party’s Over (RCA 74321 180822)

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October 10, 1958
Hackensack, NJ, Van Gelder Studios

01 Minorally
02 Way in Blues
03 Delerious trimmings
04 Caravan
05 Lyric

Jerome Richardson – flute, tenor sax
Jimmy Cleveland – trombone
Hank Jones – piano
Kenny Burrell – guitar
Joe Benjamin – bass
Charlie Persip – drums

LP: Jerome Richardson – Midnight Oil (Prestige New Jazz 8205)
CD: same (OJCCD 1815-2)

 

 December ??, 1958

01 Here’s a how-dee-do

Jan Timmens Orchestra:
Hank Jones – piano

LP: Jazz Festival In Stereo (Near In And Far Out) WS 1281
CD: Jan Timmens (Fresh Sound Records FSR-CD 822)

December 4 & 5, 1958

New York City,

01. Embraceable You
02. Treat Me Rough
03. But Not For Me
04. Boy! What Love Has Done For Me
05. I Got Rhythm
06. Bidin’ My Time
07. Could You Use Me?
08. Barbary Coast
09. Medley: Bidin’ My Time / But Not For Me / Embraceable You

Ruby Braff – trumpet
Hank Jones – piano
Al Cohn – tenor saxophone
Jim Hall – guitar
George Duvivier – bass (0n 3, 5 and 6)
Bob Haggart – bass
Buzzy Drootin – drums

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LP: Ruby Braff goes Girl Crazy
CD: Ruby Braff and Hank Jones

December 18, 1958
New York City, NY, Webster Hall

01. We Sail the Ocean Blue 2:52
02. With Catlike Tread Upon Our Prey We Steal 2:23
03. A Wandering Minstrel 2:20
04. The Flowers That Bloom In Spring 2:39
05. When I Was A Lad 2:49
06. I Am the Very Model
of A Modern Major General 2:50
07. I Am the Captain of the Pinafore 2:23
08. I’m Called Little Buttercup 3:06
09. Poor Wandering One 2:00
10. Farewell, My Own 2:52
11. Tit Willow 3:32
12. Three Little Maids From School 2:20

Donald Byrd, Nick Travis, Joe Wilder (tp)
Jimmy Cleveland, Tyree Glenn, Frank Rehak (tb)
Hal McKusick, Al Klink, Gene Allen, Phil Woods (reeds)
Hank Jones (p)
Joe Venuto (vib)
Kenny Burrell, Mundell Lowe (g)
George Duvivier (b)
Nick Stabulas (d).

LP: Jim Timmens – Gilbert & Sullivan Revisited (Warner B ros WB 1258)

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