Sonntag, 20. Dezember 2009

Eddie Lockjaw Davis

EDDIE "LOCKJAW" DAVIS - NEW UPDATED VERSION - A discography


part 1 1944 - 1957


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At the very beginning you can find a short biography written by Walter Bruyninckx.

Tenor sax. Born in New York City, March 2, 1921 and died in Culver City, California, November 3, 1986. Mostly self-taught, he was already playing at Clark Monroe's Uptown House in Harlem eight months after buying his first instrument. Joined Cootie Williams' band 42-43, Lucky Millinder, Andy Kirk, Louis Armstrong for short periods. Formed his own combo, playing mostly at Minton's 45-52. Joined Count Basie in May 52 but left one year later. Again own group with changing rhythm sections until February 55. Took Shirley Scott in his trio and they stayed together for a long time, with the exception of short periods when Lockjaw joined Count Basie's band, mostly when they toured abroad. Out of the active music scene from June 63 to October 64, when Lockjaw was working as a booking agent. He then joined again Count Basie until 1973, this time not only as a soloist but also as road manager. In the late 70's he was mostly performing as leader. Eddie belongs to the swing / mainstream school and there is definitely very little influence of modern hard bop or post bop in his playing. He stays very close to the earlier blues and swing forms and expresses himself in a funky and rocking style without however using the more simple phrasings of the honking rhythm and blues saxes. Eddie always keeps a distinctive way of expression although his phrases can be fiery and wailing. Eddie is at his best in small groups which give him the possibility to stretch out in extended solo work. He tackles his solos with a lot of maturity, improvising along the melodic line of the theme. Together with Buddy Tate, he was the most versatile player of what was left of the mainstream school of players of which Hawkins, Byas, Webster, Quebec, Berry and other tenor greats have been the founders.


Discography

Cootie Williams
Cootie Williams (tp) Eddie Cleanhead Vinson (as, voc) Eddie Lockjaw Davis (ts) Bud Powell (p) Norman Keenan (b) Sylvester Vess Payne (dr)

January 4, 1944 NYC

CR 345 You talk a little trash (3:02) Hit 8089, Phoenix LP-1, Storyville (DK) SLP 803, Storyville (J) UPS-2244-R, Musidisc (F) 30JA 5144, Affinity (GB) AFS 1031, Storyville (J) 30 XB-261, Classics (F) 827, Jazz Archives (F) 158382, Philology (I) W 853-2, Topaz (GB) TPZ 1042
CR 346 Floogie boo (voc CW, ECV) (2:40) Hit 8089, Royale 331, Phoenix LP-1, Storyville (DK) SLP 803, Storyville (J) UPS-2244-R, Musidisc (F) 30JA 5144, Affinity (GB) AFS 1031, Storyville (D) 6.28474, Storyville (J) 30 XB-261, Classics (F) 827, Jazz Archives (F) 158382, Philology (I) W 853-2, Topaz (GB) TPZ 1059, ABM Records ABMMCD 1000, Freméaux & Associés FA 234
CR 347 I don’t know (voc CW) (3:14) Hit 8090, Royale 331, Phoenix LP-1, Storyville (DK) SLP 803, Storyville (J) UPS-2244-R, Musidisc (F) 30JA 5144, Affinity (GB) AFS 1031, Storyville (J) 30 XB-261, Classics (F) 827, Jazz Archives (F) 158382, Philology (I) W 853-2, Topaz (GB) TPZ 1059
CR 348 Gotta do some war work, baby (voc CW) (3:06) Hit 8090, Phoenix LP-1, Storyville (DK) SLP 803, Storyville (J) UPS-2244-R, Musidisc (F) 30JA 5144, Affinity (GB) AFS 1031, Storyville (J) 30 XB-261, Classics (F) 827, Jazz Archives (F) 158382, Philology (I) W 853-2, Topaz (GB) TPZ 1059

Issues
Hit 8089
Hit 8090
Royale 331
Phoenix LP-1 entitled COOTIE WILLIAMS SEXTET AND ORCHESTRA
Storyville (DK) SLP 803 entitled COOTIE WILLIAMS AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Storyville (J) UPS-2244-R
Musidisc (F) 30JA 5144 entitled COOTIE WILLIAMS AND HIS ORCHESTRA NEW YORK 1944 SEXTET AND BIG BAND
Affinity (GB) AFS 1031 entitled ECHOES OF HARLEM
Storyville (J) 30 XB-261 (CD)
Classics (F) 827 (CD) entitled COOTIE WILLIAMS AND HIS ORCHESTRA 1941 - 1944
Jazz Archives (F) 158382 (CD)
Topaz (GB) TPZ 1059 (CD) entitled BUD POWELL EARLY BUDS
Topaz (GB) TPZ 1042 (CD)
Storyville (D) 6.28474
ABM Records ABMMCD 1000 (CD) entitled CHARLIE PARKER – BIRD LIVES Volume 1 (various)
Philology (I) W 853-2 (CD) entitled CHARLIE PARKER – BIRD’S EYES – LAST UNISSUED, Vol.23 (various)
Freméaux & Associés FA 234 (cd) entitled BUD POWELL THE QUINTESSENCE NEW YORK 1944 - 1949
Prob. same as on Storyville (DK) SLP 803 also on Storyville (J) (cd) unknown number entitled COOTIE WILLIAMS SEXTET AND ORCHESTRA

Notes
Floogie Boo as Sweet Lorraine and I don’t know as Now I know on Royale 331


Cootie Williams Sextet
Cootie Williams (tp, voc) Eddie Cleanhead Vinson (as,voc) Eddie Lockjaw Davis (ts) Bud Powell (p) Norman Keenan (b) Sylvester Vess Payne (dr)

January 6, 1944 NYC

CR 349 My old flame Hit (3:18) 8087, Phoenix LP-1, Storyville (DK) SLP 803, Storyville (J) UPS-2244-R,
Musidisc (F) 30JA 5144, Affinity (GB) AFS 1031, Storyville (J) 30 XB-261, Classics (F) 827, Philology (I) W 853-2
CR 350 Sweet Lorraine (3:12) Hit 8088, Phoenix LP-1, Storyville (DK) SLP 803, Storyville (J) UPS-2244-R,
Musidisc (F) 30JA 5144, Affinity (GB) AFS 1031, Storyville (J) 30 XB-261, Classics (F) 827, Topaz (GB) TPZ 1059, Topaz (GB) TPZ 1042, Philology (I) W 853-2
CR 351 Echoes of Harlem (3:07) Hit 8087, Royale 18128, Allegro LP 4046, Phoenix LP-1, Storyville (DK) SLP 803, Storyville (J) UPS-2244-R, Musidisc (F) 30JA 5144, Affinity (GB) AFS 1031, Storyville (J) 30 XB-261, Classics (F) 827, Philology (I) W 853-2, Big Band Archive LP 1208, Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1101
CR 352 Honeysuckle rose (3:12) Hit 8088, Phoenix LP-1, Storyville (DK) SLP 803, Storyville (J) UPS-2244-R, Musidisc (F) 30JA 5144, Affinity (GB) AFS 1031, Storyville (J) 30 XB-261, Classics (F) 827, Topaz (GB) TPZ 1059, Philology (I) W 853-2, Le Chant du Monde (F) 574 1211.20 , Freméaux & Associés FA 234

Issues
Hit 8087
Hit 8088
Royale 18128
Allegro LP 4046
Phoenix LP-1 entitled COOTIE WILLIAMS SEXTET AND ORCHESTRA
Storyville (DK) SLP 803 entitled COOTIE WILLIAMS AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Storyville (J) UPS-2244-R
Musidisc (F) 30JA 5144 entitled COOTIE WILLIAMS AND HIS ORCHESTRA NEW YORK 1944 SEXTET AND BIG BAND
Affinity (GB) AFS 1031 entitled ECHOES OF HARLEM
Storyville (J) 30 XB-261 (CD)
Classics (F) 827 (CD) entitled COOTIE WILLIAMS AND HIS ORCHESTRA 1941 - 1944
Jazz Archives (F) 158382 (CD)
Topaz (GB) TPZ 1059 (CD) entitled BUD POWELL EARLY BUDS
Topaz (GB) TPZ 1042 (CD)
Philology (I) W 853-2 (CD) entitled CHARLIE PARKER – BIRD’S EYES – LAST UNISSUED, Vol.23 (various)
Big Band Archive LP 1208 entitled ECHOES OF HARLEM (various)
Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1101 (CD) entitled COOTIE WILLIAMS – ECHOES OF HARLEM
Le Chant du Monde (F) 574 1211.20 (cd) LES TRESORS DU JAZZ 1944-1951 (var)
Freméaux & Associés FA 234 (cd) entitled BUD POWELL THE QUINTESSENCE NEW YORK 1944 - 1949
Prob. same as on Storyville (DK) SLP 803 also on Storyville (J) (cd) unknown number entitled COOTIE WILLIAMS SEXTET AND ORCHESTRA


Cootie Williams and his Orchestra
Cootie Williams (tp) Ermit V.Perry (tp) George Treadwell (tp) Harold Money Johnson (tp) Ed Burke (tb) George Stevenson (tb) Bob Horton (tb) Eddie Cleanhead Vinson (as, voc) Charlie Holmes (as) Eddie Lockjaw Davis (ts) Lee Pope (ts) Eddie de Verteuil (bs) Bud Powell (p) Norman Keenan (b) Sylvester Vess Payne (dr) Pearl Bailey (voc)

NYC January 6, 1944

CR 353 Now I know (voc PB) (3:01) Hit 7075, Phoenix LP-1, Storyville (DK) SLP 803, Storyville (J) UPS-2244-R, Musidisc (F) 30JA 5144, Affinity (GB) AFS 1031, Storyville (J) 30 XB-261, Classics (F) 827, Jazz Archives (F) 158382, Philology (I) W 853-2
CR 354 Tess torch song (I had a man) (voc PB) (2:32) Hit 7075, Phoenix LP-1, Storyville (DK) SLP 803, Storyville (J) UPS-2244-R, Musidisc (F) 30JA 5144, Affinity (GB) AFS 1031, Storyville (J) 30 XB-261, Classics (F) 827, Jazz Archives (F) 158382, Philology (I) W 853-2
CR 355 Cherry red blues (voc ECV) (3:07) Hit 7084, Phoenix LP-1, Storyville (DK) SLP 803, Storyville (J) UPS-2244-R, Musidisc (F) 30JA 5144, Affinity (GB) AFS 1031, Storyville (J) 30 XB-261, Classics (F) 827, Jazz Archives (F) 158382, Philology (I) W 853-2, Allegro LP 4046, Best of Jazz (F) 22, Le Chant du Monde (F) 574 1311.20 (cd)
CR 356 Things ain’t what they used to be (voc ECV) (3:14) Hit 7084, Phoenix LP-1, Storyville (DK) SLP 803, Storyville (J) UPS-2244-R, Musidisc (F) 30JA 5144, Affinity (GB) AFS 1031, Storyville (J) 30 XB-261, Polydor (D) 236523, Classics (F) 827, Jazz Archives (F) 158382, Philology (I) W 853-2

Issues
Hit 7075
Hit 7084
Phoenix LP-1 entitled COOTIE WILLIAMS SEXTET AND ORCHESTRA
Storyville (DK) SLP 803 entitled COOTIE WILLIAMS SEXTET AND ORCHESTRA
Storyville (J) UPS-2244-R
Musidisc (F) 30JA 5144
Affinity (GB) AFS 1031 entitled ECHOES OF HARLEM
Storyville (J) 30 XB-261 (CD)
Classics (F) 827 (CD) entitled COOTIE WILLIAMS AND HIS ORCHESTRA 1941 - 1944
Jazz Archives (F) 158382
Philology (I) W 853-2 (CD) entitled CHARLIE PARKER – BIRD’S EYES – LAST UNISSUED, Vol.23 (various)
Best of Jazz (F) 22 (CD) entitled LE GRANDE EPOQUE DU JAZZ VOCAL 1923 – 1945 (various)
Le Chant du Monde (F) 574 1311.20 (cd) L'HISTOIRE DU JAZZ VOCAL THE STORY OF VOCAL JAZZ 1941 – 1953 (var)
Prob. same as on Storyville (DK) SLP 803 also on Storyville (J) (cd) unknown number entitled COOTIE WILLIAMS SEXTET AND ORCHESTRA











 











Cootie Williams and his Orchestra
Cootie Williams (tp) Ermit V.Perry (tp) George Treadwell (tp) Harold Money Johnson (tp) Ed Burke (tb) George Stevenson (tb) Bob Horton (tb) Eddie Cleanhead Vinson (as, voc) Charlie Holmes (as) Eddie Lockjaw Davis (ts) Lee Pope (ts) Eddie de Verteuil (bs) Bud Powell (p) Norman Keenan (b) Sylvester Vess Payne (dr) Pearl Bailey (voc)

1944 NYC

Smack me (3:11) Mythic Sound (I) MS 6001/6011, Mythic Sound (I) MS 6001/6010, Mythic Sound (J) NSJ-1001, Philology (I) W 853-2

Issues
Mythic Sound (I) MS 6001/6011 (Box) entitled BUD POWELL
Mythic Sound (I) MS 6001-1 entitled EARL BUD POWELL EARLY YEARS OF A GENIUS ’44-48
Mythic Sound (I) MS 6001-2 (CD) entitled EARL BUD POWELL EARL BUD POWELL EARLY YEARS OF A GENIUS ’44-48
Mythic Sound (J) NSJ-1001 (CD)
Philology (I) W 853-2 entitled CHARLIE PARKER – BIRD’S EYES – LAST UNISSUED, Vol.23 (various)





LUCKY MILLINDER
Lucky Millinder and his Orchestra
Freddy Webster, Joe Jordan, Curtis Murphy, Leroy Elton Hill (tp) Gene Simon, Alfred Cobbs, Joe Britton (tb) Preston Love, Bill Swindell (as) Elmer Williams, Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis (ts) Lucky Thompson (ts-1) Ernest Leavy (bar) Ellis Larkins (p) Lawrence Lucie (g) Al McKibbon (b) Panama Francis (dr) Judy Carol, Wynonie Harris (vcl) Lucky Millinder (ldr)

New York, May 26, 1944

72177 Hurry hurry (wh vcl) (2:55) Decca 18609, MCA 1319, MCA (F) 510.065, MCA (J) 3527, MCA2-4064, Affinity (GB) AFS 1004, Topaz (GB) unknown number), Proper (GB) PYCD 115, Classcis (F) 71026
72178 Darlin' (jc vcl) (3:07) Decca 18779, Jukebox Lil (S) JB 609, Classcis (F) 71026
72179 I can't see for lookin' (jc vcl,1) (3:11) Decca 18609, Jukebox Lil (S) JB 613, Proper (GB) PYCD 115, Classcis (F) 71026
72180 Who threw the whiskey in the well (wh,ens vcl) (2:55) Decca 18674A, MCA (F) 510 065, MCA 1319, Stash ST 104, Affinity (GB) AFS 1004, Mercury MGH 25011, Mercury SHR 65011, Topaz (GB) unknown number), Proper (GB) PYCD 115, Classcis (F) 71026

Issues
Decca 18609
Decca 18674
Decca 18779
Decca (F)510 065
MCA 1319 entitled LUCKY MILLINDER'S ORCHESTRA WITH SISTER ROSETTA THARPE LUCKY DAYS 1941.1945
MCA 2-4064
MCA (F) 510.065 entitled LUCKY MILLINDER’S ORCHESTRA WITH SISTER ROSETTA THARPE LUCKY DAYS 1941.1945
MCA (J) 3527
Stash ST 104 entitled TEA PAD SONGS VOLUME 2
Affinity (GB) AFS 1004 entitled APOLLO JUMP LUCKY MILLINGER & HIS ORCHESTRA
Mercury MGH 25011 (mono) = Mercury SHR 65011 (stereo)
Jukebox Lil (S) JB 609 entitled LUCKY MILLINDER AND HIS ORCHESTRA „SHORTY’S GOT TO GO“
Jukebox Lil (S) JB 613 entitled LUCKY MILLINDER AND HIS ORCHESTRA „LET IT ROLL AGAIN“
Proper (GB) PYCD 115 entitled APOLLO JUMP LUCKY MILLINGER & HIS ORCHESTRA
Topaz (GB) (unknown number) entitled LUCKY MILLINDER BACK BEATS
Acrobat (unknown number) entitled LUCKY MILLINDER JUKEBOX HITS 1942 - 1951
Classcis (F) 71026 entitled LUCKY MILLINDER AND HIS ORCHESTRA 1943 - 1947










 



Lucky Millinder and his Orchestra
poss pers. Melvin Moore, Freddie Webster, Joe Jordan, Curtis Murphy, Elton Hill, Joe Guy (tp) Gene Simon, Al Cobbs, Joe Britton (tb) Bil Swindell, Preston Love (as) Elmer Williams, Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, Lucky Thompson (ts) Ernest Leavy (bar,cl,as) Sir Charles Thompson (p) Bernard Addison (g) Jimmy Butts (b) Panama Francis (dr) Melvin Moore (vcl)

Transcription, Hollywood, c. January 1945

Bleep
Caravan
Christopher Columbus (not complete)
I never knew Hindsight (unknown number)
I'll always be in love with you Hindsight (unknown number)
I'll get by (saxes + rhythm only) Kaydee KD 6, Bandstand BS 7134, Hindsight HSR 233
A little weenie from Toscanini
One o' clock jump (theme,incomp)
Sweet slumber (mm vcl)
There'll be some changes made Hindsight HSR 233, Alamac (I) QSR 2425
Three bones (Lucky's riff*) Kaydee KD 6*, Bandstand BS 7134*, Hindsight (unknown number)
When your lover has gone Hindsight HSR 233

Issues
Kaydee KD 6 entitled LUCKY MILLINDER AND HIS ORCHESTRA 1943-1944
Bandstand BS 7134
Hindsight HSR 233 entitled LUCKY MILLINDER AND HIS ORCHESTRA THE UNCOLLECTED 1942
Alamac QSR 2425 entitled LUCKY MILLINDER AND HIS ORCHESTRA 1941 - 1943
Hindsight (unknown number) entitled BIG BAND JAZZ THE JUBILEE SESSIONS




















(Ruben) June Cole’s Orchestra
Miss Rhapsody (= Viola Wells) (voc) Freddie Webster (tp) Foots Walter Thomas (ts) Eddie Lockjaw Davis (ts) Reuben June Cole (p) Harold Underhill (g, voc) Billy Taylor (b) Cozy Cole (dr)

May 15, 1945 NYC

S5814 He may be your man (2:57) Savoy 5532, Savoy SJL 2233
S5815 We’re sisters under the sun Savoy 565
S5816 The night before judgement day (2:54) Savoy 565, Savoy SJL 2233, Savoy (J) SV-0275
S5817 I fell for you (3:00) Savoy 5532, Savoy SJL 2233

Note
S 5815 according to other sources titled „We’re sisters under the skin or“ „We’re sisters jump“

Issues
Savoy 565
Savoy 5532
Savoy SJL 2233 entitled LADIES SING THE BLUES ROOTS OF ROCK ‘N‘ ROLL VOL.5 (var)
Savoy (J) SV-0275 entitled LADIES SING THE BLUES ROOTS OF ROCK ‘N‘ ROLL VOL.5 (var)
















ANDY KIRK
pers. : Harry Lawson, John Lynch, Talib Daawud, Claude Dunson, Milton Robinson (tp) Wayman Richardson, Bob Murray (tb) Joe Evans (as) Reuben Phillips (as,cl) Jimmy Forrest, Eddie Davis (ts) Johnny Taylor (bar) Hank Jones (p) Floyd Smith (g) Lavern Baker (b) Ben Thigpen (dr) Lena Horne (vcl) Andy Kirk (ldr)

Hollywood, Ca., May 14, 1945

Ain't got nothin' but the blues (lh vcl) Sunbeam SB 212
As long as I live (lh vcl) Sunbeam SB 212

Issues
Sunbeam SB 212

Gwynn Time (vcl) replaces Horne, rest same or similar

Hollywood, Ca., May 21, 1945

One o' clock jump (Introduction and theme)
9:20 special Jazum 58
Seven come eleven
Together Swing House (GB) SWH 39
Don't take your love from me (gt vcl) Jazum 58
One o'clock jump (Sign off and theme)

Issues
Jazum 58 entitled ALL STARS BENNY GOODMAN ANDY KIRK EDDIE HEYWOOD
Swing House (GB) SWH 39 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS ORCHESTRA ANDY'S JIVE
















June Richmond (vcl) Danny Kaye (vcl) replace Tyne, Andy Kirk (vcl-1,ldr) rest same

Hollywood, Ca., May 28, 1945

One o' clock jump (Introduction and theme)
Knick knack (Nick knack) Swing House (GB) SWH 39
Together Swing House (GB) SWH 39
47th Street jive (jr vcl,l) Swing House (GB) SWH 39
Hey, lawdy mama (jr vcl) Swing House (GB) SWH 39
Minnie the moocher (dk vcl) Swing House (GB) SWH 39

Issues
Swing House (GB) SWH 39 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS ORCHESTRA ANDY'S JIVE















Andy Kirk and his Orchestra
Harry Lawson, John Lynch, Talib Daawud, Claude Dunson (tp) Milton Robinson, Wayman Richardson, Bob Murray (tb) Joe Evans, Reuben Phillips, Jimmy Forest, Eddie Davis, John Taylor (saxes) Hank Jones (p) Floyd Smith (el-g) Lavern Baker (b) Ben Thigpen (dr) The Jubilaires (vcl group) Andy Kirk (ldr)

New York, November 27, 1945

73161 Get together with the Lord (tj vcl) (2:52) Decca 18782, Decca 23934, Classics (F) 1075
73162 I know (tj vcl) (3:19) Decca 18782, Decca 23934, MCA2-4105, Acrobat Music (GB) (unknown number, Classics (F) 1075
73163 Soothe me (unissued)

Issues
Decca 18782
Decca 23934
MCA2-4105 entitled THE BEST OF ANDY KIRK
Acrobat Music (GB) (unknown number) entitled ANDY KIRK JUKEBOX HITS 1936 - 1949
Classics (F) 1075 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS ORCHESTRA 1943 - 1949








ACE HARRIS
Ace Harris and his Orchestra
unknown tp, Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis (ts) Ace Harris (p) unknown b, d and Manhattan Paul Bascomb (vcl-1)

New York, late 1945

hu-411 (K9482) Jam on toast (2:45) Hub 3044, King EP 344, Classics (F) 5087
hu-412-B It ain't good for me, but it's so good to me (1) (3:10) Hub 3001, Classics (F) 5087
hu-413-B M F T boogie (3:08) Hub 3001, Classics (F) 5087
Back street (3:08) Hub 3001, Classics (F) 5087

Notes: First issues of Hub 3001 with Mx. hu-412-B and hu-413-B. On later pressings on Hub 3001 "Back street" was used instead of "M F T boogie".

Issues
Hub 3001
Hub 3044
King EP 344 entitled ACE HARRIS
Classics (F) 5087 (cd) entitled ACE HARRIS 1937 – 1952



























Ace Harris
unknown tp, Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis (ts) Ace Harris (p,vcl) unknown b and d

New York, 1946

hu-478 Gotta get it off my chest (ah vcl) (2:43) Hubbard 3021, Classics (F) 5087
hu-479-3 (K9483) Shorty's got to go (3:05) Hubbard 3019, King EP 344, Classics (F) 5087
hu-480 (K9481) After hours 3:06) Hubbard 3019, King EP 344, King LP 528, Classics (F) 5087
hu-481 I'll show you how it's done (ah vcl) (2:19) Hubbard 3021, Classics (F) 5087
hu-524 (K9484) Feelin' low (3:12) Hubbard 3044, King LP 528, Classics (F) 5087

Note
Prob. hu-524 recorded at a later date
The matrix numbers between bracets were allocated by King after purchase of the Hubbard masters.

Issues
Hub 3019
Hub 3021
Hub 3044
King EP 344 entitled ACE HARRIS
King LP 528 entitled AFTER HOURS
Classics (F) 5087 (cd) entitled ACE HARRIS 1937 – 1952










































Andy Kirk and his Orchestra

Harry Lawson, Claude Dunson, John Lynch, Fats Navarro (tp) Milton Robinson, Henry Wells, Bob Murray, Wayman Richardson (tb) Reuben Phillips, Joe Evans (as) Jimmy Forrest, Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis (ts) John Porter (bar) Hank Jones (p) Floyd Smith (g) A1 Hall (b) Ben Thigpen (dr) Beverley White, Bea Booze, Billy Daniels (vcl) Andy Kirk (ldr)

New York, January 3, 1946

73264 He's my baby (bw vcl) (3:24) Decca 23870, Classics (F) 1075
73265 Alabama bound (bb vcl) (2:59) Decca 48073, Classics (F) 1075
73266 Soothe me (bb vcl) (3:00) Decca 23870, Classics (F) 1075
73267 Doggin' man blues (3:06) Decca 48073, MCA2-4105, Classics (F) 1075

Issues
Decca 23890
Decca 48073
MCA2-4105 entitled THE BEST OF ANDY KIRK
Classics (F) 1075 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS ORCHESTRA 1943 - 1949




















Andy Kirk and his Orchestra
unknown tp replaces Navarro, The Jubilaires (vcl) rest same

New York, May 23, 1946

73590 I don't know what I'd do without you (3:02) Decca 18916, Classics (F) 1075
73591 I'm so lonesome I could cry I (tj vcl) (3:06) Decca 18916, Classics (F) 1075

Issues
Decca 18916
Classics (F) 1075 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS ORCHESTRA 1943 - 1949



Andy Kirk and his Orchestra
Fip Ricard, Clarence Trio (tp) replace Lawson and Dunson. Joe Williams (vcl)

New York, December 2, 1946

73751 Now you tell me (2:57) Decca 23959, Classics (F) 1075
73752 Louella (jw vcl) (3:08) Decca 23959, Classics (F) 1075
73753 So soon (3:13) Decca 24139, Classics (F) 1075
73754 I'm falling for you (jw vcl) (3:07) Decca 24139, Classics (F) 1075

Issues
Decca 23959
Decca 24139
Classics (F) 1075 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS ORCHESTRA 1943 - 1949








SIDNEY CATLETT
Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis (ts-1) Bill Gooden (org,celeste-2,vcl) Pete Johnson (p) Jimmy Shirley (g) Gene Ramey (b) Sidney Catlett (dr)

1946

A1425 Organ boogie (2:28) Manor 8026, Oldie Blues (NL) OL 2823, Jackson (D) 1202, After Hours (D) 1202, Classics (F) CD 974 (cd)
A1426 Organ blues (3:28) Manor 8025, Jackson (D) 1202, After Hours (D) 1202, Classics (F) CD 974 (cd)
A1427 Sherry wine blues (1,2,bg vcl) (3:20) Manor 1058, Jackson (D) 1202, After Hours (D) 1202, Classics (F) CD 974 (cd)
A1428 Open the door Richard (pj out,bg vcl,p) (2:54) Manor 1058, Jackson (D) 1202, Classics (F) CD 974 (cd)
A1430 Shirley's boogie (2:31) Manor 8026, Oldie Blues (NL) OL 2823, Jackson (D) 1202, After Hours (D) 1202, Classics (F) CD 974 (cd)
A1431 Humoresque boogie (2:37) Manor 8026, Oldie Blues (NL) OL 2823, Jackson (D) 1202, After Hours (D) 1202, Classics (F) CD 974 (cd)

Issues
Manor 8026
Manor 8025
Manor 1058
Oldie Blues (NL) OL 2823 entitled PETE JOHNSON MASTER OF BLUES AND BOOGIE WOOGIE Vol.3 1904-1967
Jackson (D) 1202
After Hours (D) 1202
Classics (F) CD 974 (cd) entitled Sid Catlett 1944-1946



















DIZZY GILLESPIE ORCHESTRA

June 18, 1946 Spotlite Club, NYC

Prob. Dizzy Gillespie tp / Dave Burns tp / Elmon Wright tp / Kenny Dorham tp / Talib Dawud tp / John Lynch tp / Alton Slim Moore tb / Leon Comegeys tb / Gordon Thomas tb / Charles Greenlea tb / John Brown as / or Sonny Stitt as / Howard Johnson as / Ray Abrams ts / Warren Luckey ts / Eddie Lockjaw Davis ts / Pee Wee Moore bs / or Leo Parker bs / Milt Jackson vib-1 / Thelonious Monk or John Lewis p / Ray Brown b / Kenny Clarke dr / Gil Fuller arr

Shaw nuff into I waited for you (01:58) Uptown 27.53/27.54
Our delight (03:24) Hi-Fly (CH) H-01, Bandstand BDCD1534, Bandstand (J) BDCD-1534, TKCB-30443, Uptown 27.53/27.54
Groovin' high (1) (04:45) Hi-Fly (CH) H-01, Bandstand BDCD1534, Bandstand (J) BDCD-1534, TKCB-30443, Uptown 27.53/27.54
The man I love (05:29) Uptown 27.53/27.54
Ray's idea (02:24) Hi-Fly (CH) H-01, Bandstand BDCD1534, Bandstand (J) BDCD-1534, TKCB-30443, Uptown 27.53/27.54
Cool breeze (03:38) Hi-Fly (CH) H-01, Bandstand BDCD1534, Bandstand (J) BDCD-1534, TKCB-30443, Uptown 27.53/27.54
Oo- bop-sh'bam (dg vcl,1) (03:18) Hi-Fly (CH) H-01, Bandstand BDCD1534, Bandstand (J) BDCD-1534, TKCB-30443, Uptown 27.53/27.54
'Round about midnight (06:57) Hi-Fly (CH) H-01, Bandstand BDCD1534, Bandstand (J) BDCD-1534, TKCB-30443, Uptown 27.53/27.54
Second balcony jump (05:56) Hi-Fly (CH) H-01, Bandstand BDCD1534, Bandstand (J) BDCD-1534, TKCB-30443, Uptown 27.53/27.54
Day by day (03:36) Uptown 27.53/27.54
Convulsions (03:52) Uptown 27.53/27.54
Algo bueno (Woody'n you) (04:22) Uptown 27.53/27.54
Lazy mood (04:40) Uptown 27.53/27.54
One bass hit (03:54) Hi-Fly (CH) H-01, Bandstand BDCD1534, Bandstand (J) BDCD-1534, TKCB-30443, Uptown 27.53/27.54
Things to come (03:19) Uptown 27.53/27.54
I waited for you (theme) (1) (01:15) Uptown 27.53/27.54
Unknown title (rehearsal) (00:57) unissued

NOTE
g. faded in on Hi Fly and Bandstand
h.. edited on Hi Fly and Bandstand (06:30)


DIZZY GILLESPIE ORCHESTRA

July 6, 1946 Spotlite Club, NYC

Prob. Dizzy Gillespie tp / Dave Burns tp / Elmon Wright tp / Kenny Dorham tp / Talib Dawud tp / John Lynch tp / Alton Slim Moore tb / Leon Comegeys tb / Gordon Thomas tb or Charles Greenlea tb / John Brown as or Sonny Stitt as / Howard Johnson as / Ray Abrams ts / Warren Luckey ts / Eddie Lockjaw Davis ts / Pee Wee Moore bs or Leo Parker bs / Milt Jackson vib-1 / Thelonious Monk or John Lewis p / Ray Brown b / Kenny Clarke dr / Gil Fuller arr

Shaw 'nuff (theme,intro) (00:34) Uptown 27.53/27.54
I waited for you (theme) (01:03) Uptown 27.53/27.54
Our delight (03:23) Uptown 27.53/27.54
Second balcony jump (05:01) Uptown 27.53/27.54
Things to come (03:35) Uptown 27.53/27.54
The man I love (1) (not complete) (03:39) Uptown 27.53/27.54, Bandstand BDCD1534, Uptown 27.53/27.54, Bandstand (J) BDCD-1534, TKCB-30443
Don’t blame me (04:10) Hi-Fly (CH) H-01, Bandstand BDCD1534, Bandstand (J) BDCD-1534, TKCB-30443, Proper Box (GB) 27, Uptown 27.53/27.54
Grosvenor Square (02:40) Hi-Fly (CH) H-01, Bandstand BDCD1534, Bandstand (J) BDCD-1534, TKCB-30443
One bass hit (03:49) Uptown 27.53/27.54
Things to come (1) (03:45) Hi-Fly (CH) H-01, Bandstand BDCD1534, Bandstand (J) BDCD-1534, TKCB-30443, Uptown 27.53/27.54
I waited for you (1) (01:04) Uptown 27.53/27.54
How high the moon (incomplete) unissued

NOTE
f. edited on Hi Fly and Bandstand (03:39)
g. This intermission title had Sarah Vaughan backed by Eddie “Jazzman” Davis (none other than Eddie “Lockjaw” Davis but the trio remained unnamed.
entry of unissued titles according to Schlouch

NOTE
The correct recording dates are still not yet sure.

Issues
Hi-Fly (CH) H-01entitled DIZZY GILLESPIE ’46 LIVE AT THE ”SPOTLITE”
Bandstand BDCD1534 entitled THE LEGENDARY DIZZY GILLESPIE BIG BAND
Bandstand (J) BDCD-1534 (cd) entitled THE LEGENDARY DIZZY GILLESPIE BIG BAND
TKCB-30443 (cd)
Proper Box (GB) 27 (cd) entitled THE DIZZY GILLESPIE STORY 1939 - 1950
Uptown 27.53/27.54 (cd) entitled DIZZY GILLESPIE BIG BAND SHOWTIME AT THE SPOTLITE




















Andy Kirk and his Orchestra
no details except "H" Bomb Ferguson (vcl-1) Mel Moore (vcl-2)

New York, March 31, 1954

Hole in the wall (1) (2:34) Decca 9-29167, MCA2-4105, Highnote (unknown number)
Mind if I remind you (2) (2:42) Decca 9-29167

Issues
Decca 9-29167 (Single)
MCA2-4105 entitled THE BEST OF ANDY KIRK
Highnote (unknown number entitled ROCK 'N' ROLL BLACK 'N' WHITE



























Eddie Davis Quintet
Eddie Davis (ts) Argonne Thornton (Sadik Hakim) (p) Bill DeArango (g) Gene Ramey (b)Denzil Best (dr)

New York, May 1946

h-1919 (SRC841) Surgery (2:59) Haven 801, Signature 28129, Original Jazz Singer 12, Membran (D) 222780
h-1920 (SRC842) Lockjaw (2:41) Haven 800, Signature 28124, Original Jazz Singer 12, Membran (D) 222780, Charly Records(unknown number)
h-1921 (SRC843) Afternoon in a doghouse (3:03) Haven 800, Signature 28124, Original Jazz Singer 12, Membran (D) 222780
h-1922 (SRC844) Athlete's foot (2:52) Haven 801, Signature 28129, Original Jazz Singer 12, Membran (D) 222780, Charly Records (unknown number)

Issues
Haven 800
Haven 801
Signature 28124
Signature 28129

All titles also on Raretone (I) 5009-FC entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS THE RAREST SESSIONS OF THE 40‘s
All titles also on EMP (F) FCD 5009 (CD)
All titles also on Doctor Jazz FW 39519 entitled CLASSIC TENORS Vol.2 (var)
All titles also on Classics (F) CD 1012 (cd) entitled THE CHRONOGICAL EDDIE LOCKJAW DAVIS 1946 – 1947 (var)
Original Jazz Singer 12 (cd) entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW” DAVIS BUT BEAUTIFUL
Membran (D) 222780 (cd) entitled THE ULTIMATE JAZZ ARCHIVE (var)
Charly Records (unknown number)
















Eddie Davis & his Beboppers
Fats Navarro (tp) Eddie Davis (ts) Al Haig (p) Huey Long (g) Gene Ramey (b) Denzil Best (dr)

New York, December 18, 1946

S3367-A Callin' Dr. Jazz (2:46) Savoy 907, Savoy (F) 460 SV451, I grandi del Jazz (I) GdJ 63, Original Jazz Singer 12, Membran (D) 222780, Charly Records (unknown number)
S3368 Fracture (2:49) Savoy 933, Savoy (F) 460 SV451, Original Jazz Singer 12, Membran (D) 222780, Charly Records(unknown number)
S3369 Hollerin' and screamin' (2:17) Savoy 904, Savoy (F) 460 SV451, I grandi del Jazz (I) GdJ 63, Original Jazz Singer 12, Membran (D) 222780, Charly Records(unknown number)
S3370-A Stealin' trash (2:45) Savoy 907, Savoy MG 9026, Savoy (F) 460 SV451, Original Jazz Singer 12, Membran (D) 222780

New York, December 20, 1946

S3371-A Just a mystery (2:11) Savoy 705, Savoy MG 12 119, Original Jazz Singer 12, Membran (D) 222780, Charly Records(unknown number)
S3372-A Red pepper (3:01) Savoy 795, Savoy MG 12 119, Original Jazz Singer 12, Membran (D) 222780
S3373 Spinal (2:28) Savoy 933, Savoy MG 12 119, Savoy STOMP 1, Original Jazz Singer 12, Membran (D) 222780
S3374-A Maternity (2:58) Savoy 904, XP 8026, Savoy MG 12 119, I grandi del Jazz (I) GdJ 63, Original Jazz Singer 12, Membran (D) 222780, Charly Records (unknown number) (cd)


Note: Maternity as Lard pot on Savoy XP 8026

Issues
Savoy 705
Savoy 904
Savoy 907
Savoy 933
Savoy MG 8026 entitled NEW TRENDS IN JAZZ, Vol.7 – FATS NAVARRO
Savoy (F) 460 SV451 entitled FATS NAVARRO EDDIE DAVIS
Savoy MG 12119 entitled IN THE BEGINNING...BEBOP (var)
All titles on Savoy MG-12133 entitled NOSTALGIA FATS NAVARRO MEMORIAL No.2
All titles also on CBS/Realm (GB) RM 208 entitled FATS NAVARRO MEMORIAL Volume 2
All titles also on CBS/Realm (GB) 52208 entitled FATS NAVARRO MEMORIAL Volume 2
All titles also on Savoy SJL 2216 FATS NAVARRO FAT GIRL THE SAVOY SESSIONS
I grandi del Jazz (I) GdJ 63 entitled FATS NAVARRO
All titles also on Savoy (J) SV-0123 (cd) entitled NOSTALGIA / FATS NAVARRO
All titles from Savoy MG 12119 also on Savoy (J) SV-0169 (cd) entitled IN THE BEGINNING...BEBOP (var)
All titles also on Savoy (J) (unknown number)
All titles also on BYG (F) 529 103 entitled FATS NAVARRO VOL. 2 NOSTALGIA
All titles also on Vogue (F) VG 655.605115 (cd)
All titles also on TOPAZ Jazz (GB) TPZ 1076 (cd) entitled ‘FATS‘ NAVARRO EVERYTHING’S COOL
All titles also on Classics (F) CD 1012 (cd) entitled THE CHRONOGICAL EDDIE LOCKJAW DAVIS 1946 – 1947 (var)
Membran (D) 222780 (cd) entitled THE ULTIMATE JAZZ ARCHIVE (var)
Charly Records (unknown number) (cd)
Savoy STOMP 1 entitled STOMPIN‘ AT THE SAVOY HONKERS SCREAMERS SHOUTERS BE-BOPPERS CRONNERS & JAZZ BABES (var)
Original Jazz Singer 12 (cd) entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW” DAVIS BUT BEAUTIFUL


























Eddie Davis Quintet
Eddie Davis (ts) Al Haig (p) John Collins (g) Gene Ramey (b) Denzil Best (dr)

New York, April 12, 1947

R1206-A Lover (2:28) Apollo 767, Apollo LP 477, Xanadu 208, Charly Records (unknown number)
R1207-B Licks-a-plenty (2:40) Apollo 767, Xanadu 208, Original Jazz Singer 12, Membran (D) 222780, Charly Records (unknown number)
A1208 Foxy (2:49) Apollo 779, Apollo LP 477, Xanadu 208, Raretone (I) 5009-FC, Original Jazz Singer 12, Membran (D) 222780, Charly Records(unknown number)
A1209 Sheila (3:05) Apollo 779, Apollo LP 477, Xanadu 208, Raretone (I) 5009-FC, Original Jazz Singer 12, Membran (D) 222780

Issues
Apollo 767
Apollo 779
Apollo LP 477 entitled SAX SOUNDS SAXOMANIAC
Xanadu 208 entitled Bebop revisited, Vol.6
Raretone (I) 5009-FC entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS THE RAREST SESSIONS OF THE 40‘s
All also on EMP FCD 5170 entitled Classic Tenors
All titles also on Classics (F) CD 1012 (cd) entitled THE CHRONOGICAL EDDIE LOCKJAW DAVIS 1946 – 1947 (var)
Original Jazz Singer 12 (cd) entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW” DAVIS BUT BEAUTIFUL
Membran (D) 222780 (cd) entitled THE ULTIMATE JAZZ ARCHIVE (var)
Charly Records (unknown number) (cd)














Eddie Davis Quartet
poss. Benny Harris (tp) Eddie Davis (ts) John Acea (p) Gene Ramey (b) Butch Ballard (dr)

New York, 1947/48

L-4053 (He’s a) Real gone guy (3:03) Lenox 502, Continental CLP 16001, Original Jazz Singer 12, Membran (D) 222780
L-4054 But beautiful (3:04) Lenox 529, Continental CLP 16001, Remington EP 75, Remington R 1037, Pontiac PLP 523, Plymouth P 12-113, Original Jazz Singer 12, Membran (D) 222780, Charly (unknown number)
L-4055 Leapin' on Lenox (3:14) Lenox 502, Continental CLP 16001 , Remington EP 75, Remington R 1037, Palace PST 675, Palace PST 803, Ember (GB) CJS 826, Moonshine BLP 114, Original Jazz Singer 12, Membran (D) 222780, Charly Records(unknown number)
L-4055 Leapin' on Lenox (alt take) (1) (3:04) Pontiac PLP 523

Note
But beautiful as “Beautiful“ on Plymouth P 12-113
(1) Issued on Pontiac PLP 523 and Raretone (I) 5009 FC as Real gone guy, pt. 2

Issues
Continental CLP 16001 entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS AND MORRIS LANE KICKIN‘ AND WAILIN‘ (var)
All on Raretone (I) 5009-FC entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS THE RAREST SESSIONS OF THE 40‘s
Remington EP 75
Remington R 1037 entitled HOT JAZZ MORRIS LANE AND EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS ORCHESTRA
Pontiac PLP 523
All on Plymouth P 12-113 entitled JAZZ, BE-BOP and Blues (var)
Palace PST 675
Palace PST 803
Ember (GB) CJS 826 entitled SIX FACES OF JAZZ AN HISTORIC JAM SESSION (var)
Moonshine BLP 114 entitled LEAPIN‘ ON LENOX (var)
All (but Leapin‘..alt.take) also on Classics (F) CD 1012 (cd) entitled THE CHRONOGICAL EDDIE LOCKJAW DAVIS 1946 – 1947 (var)
Original Jazz Singer 12 (cd) entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW” DAVIS BUT BEAUTIFUL
Membran (D) 222780 (cd) entitled THE ULTIMATE JAZZ ARCHIVE (var)
Charly Records (unknown number) (cd)
























 






















Poss. same or similar pers.

New York, 1947/48

L-4156 Minton's madhouse (2:35) Lenox 515, Continental CLP 16001, Plymouth P 12-115, Original Jazz Singer 12, Membran (D) 222780, Charly Records (unknown number)
L-4157 Ravin' at the haven (2:36) Lenox 515, Continental CLP 16001, Plymouth P 12-113, Pontiac PLP 523, Remington EP 75, Remington R 1037, Raretone (I) 5009-FC, Original Jazz Singer 12, Membran (D) 222780

Note
Ravin‘ at the Haven as “Ravin‘“ on Playmouth P 12-113

Issues
Lenox 515 entitled TENORS WILD AND MILD (var)
Continental CLP 16001 entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS AND MORRIS LANE KICKIN‘ AND WAILIN‘ (var)
Plymouth P 12-113 entitled JAZZ, BE-BOP and Blues (var)
Plymouth P 12-115
Pontiac PLP 523
Remington EP 75
Remington R 1037 entitled HOT JAZZ MORRIS LANE AND EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS ORCHESTRA
Raretone (I) 5009-FC entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS THE RAREST SESSIONS OF THE 40‘s
All titles also on Classics (F) CD 1012 (cd) entitled THE CHRONOGICAL EDDIE LOCKJAW DAVIS 1946 – 1947 (var)
Original Jazz Singer 12 (cd) entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW” DAVIS BUT BEAUTIFUL
Membran (D) 222780 (cd) entitled THE ULTIMATE JAZZ ARCHIVE (var)
Charly Records (unknown number) (mp3) entitled EDDIE ‘LOCKJAW’ DAVIS SELECTED HITS







 
















Same or similar pers.

New York, 1947/48

Huckle bug (3:04) Continental CLP 16001, Plymouth P 12-115, Palace PST 675, Palace PST 803, Ember (GB) CJS 826, Membran (D) 222275, Original Jazz Singer 12, Membran (D) 222780, Charly Records(unknown number)
Music goes down around (3:00) Continental CLP 16001, Remington EP 75, Remington R 1037, Plymouth P 12-113, Pontiac PLP 523, Raretone (I) 5009-FC, Original Jazz Singer 12, Membran (D) 222780
Lockjaw's bounce (2:37) Plymouth P 12-113, Plymouth P 12-122, Membran (D) 222275, Original Jazz Singer 12, Membran (D) 222780, Charly Records (unknown number)

Note
Huckle bug as “Hucklebuck“ on Ember (GB) CJS 826
Music goes down around as “Down around“ on Plymouth P 12-113
Lockjaw’s bounce as “Harlem bop on Plymouth P 12-113 and as “House rockin‘“ on Plymouth P 12-122

Issues
Continental CLP 16001 entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS AND MORRIS LANE KICKIN‘ AND WAILIN‘ (var)
Palace PST 675
Palace PST 803
Remington EP 75
Remington R 1037 entitled HOT JAZZ MORRIS LANE AND EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS ORCHESTRA
All on Plymouth P 12-113 entitled JAZZ, BE-BOP and Blues (var)
Plymouth P 12-115
Plymouth P 12-122 entitled ETHEL WATERS AND FAMOUS JAZZ GREATS / JAZZ JAZZ JAZZ JAZZ (var)
Pontiac PLP 523
Ember (GB) CJS 826 entitled SIX FACES OF JAZZ AN HISTORIC JAM SESSION (var)
Membran (D) 222275 (CD-Box) entitled BATTLE OF SAXES VOLUME 1 (var)
Raretone (I) 5009-FC entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS THE RAREST SESSIONS OF THE 40‘s
All titles also on Classics (F) CD 1012 (cd) entitled THE CHRONOGICAL EDDIE LOCKJAW DAVIS 1946 – 1947 (var)
Original Jazz Singer 12 (cd) entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW” DAVIS BUT BEAUTIFUL
Membran (D) 222780 (cd) entitled THE ULTIMATE JAZZ ARCHIVE (var)
Charly Records (unknown number) (cd)














Eddie Davis Orchestra
Shad Collins (tp) Rudy Williams (as) Eddie Davis (ts) Dave McRae (bar) Ellis Larkins, John Acea (p) Gene Ramey (b) George "Butch" Ballard (dr)

New York, 1948

C-301 Happy birthday (2:28) Sittin‘ in with 520, Solid Sender (GB) SOL 512, Classics (F) 71382

C-302 Black pepper (2:25) Sittin‘ in with 520, Solid Sender (GB) SOL 512, Classics (F) 71382
C-303 (C2016) Jumpin' with Maxie-Waxie (2:45) Sittin‘ in with 525, Solid Sender (GB) SOL 512, Classics (F) 71382
C-304 (C2017) Randy's boogie (2:30) Sittin‘ in with 525, Solid Sender (GB) SOL 512, Classics (F) 71382

Note
According to some sources the pianist might be Earl Knight and the drummer Shadow Wilson

Issues
Sittin‘ in with 520
Sittin‘ in with 525
All on Raretone (I) 5009-FC entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS THE RAREST SESSIONS OF THE 40‘s
Solid Sender (GB) SOL 512 entitled "Small gems of the 40's (var)
Classics (F) 71382 entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW” DAVIS 1948 – 1952






Eddie Lockjaw Davis and his Orchestra
Eddie Davis (ts) Wynton Kelly (p) Al Casey (g) Frank Skeete (b) Lee Abrams (dr) Carl Davis (vcl)

New York, February 7, 1949

BL1206 I'm gonna eat you with a spoon (cd vcl) (2:38) Birdland 6003, Prestige PRCD-24116-2, Classics (F) 71382, Ocium (E) OCM 0041
BL1207 Little Rock (Sweet and lovely*) (3:15) Birdland 6004, Prestige 866*, Prestige P-24081*, Prestige PRCD-24116-2*, Classics (F) 71382, Ocium (E) OCM 0041
BL1208 If the motif is right (cd vcl) (3:25) Birdland 6003, Prestige PRCD-24116-2, Classics (F) 71382, Ocium (E) OCM 0041
BL1209 The Lock (Squattin'*) (3:20) Birdland 6004, Prestige 866*, Prestige P-24081*, Prestige PRCD-24116-2*, Classics (F) 71382, Ocium (E) OCM 0041

Issues
Birdland 6003
Birdland 6004
Prestige 866
Prestige P-24081 entitled FIRST SESSIONS 1949/50 (var)
Prestige PCD-24116-2 (cd) entitled Prestige first sessions Vol. 3 (var)
Classics (F) 71382 (cd) entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW” DAVIS 1948 - 1952
Ocium (E) OCM 0041 (cd) entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW” DAVIS HEY, LOCK!












CARL DAVIS
King Carl with Eddie Davis Orchestra: King Carl (vcl) acc. by unknown tp, Eddie Davis, Charles "Lefty" Edwards (ts) Kenny Kersey (p) Gene Ramey (b) Leo Abrams (dr) + vcl chorus-1

New York, March 17, 1949

S36-114 In the dozens (2:40) Savoy SJL 2244, Classics (F) 71382
S36-115 Sure like to run (1) (2:23) Regent 1011, Savoy SJL 2244, Classics (F) 71382, Savoy SVY 17446
S36-116 She's my baby (2:33) Regent 1011, Savoy SJL 2244, Classics (F) 71382
S36-117 Notoriety woman (2:21) Savoy SJL 2244, Classics (F) 71382

Note: Some sources list Wynton Kelly (p) instead of Kenny Kersey. Savoy files show Bob Avilas and T.Rhodes as being present. Bob Avilas usually plays drums and T. Rhodes may be Todd Rhodes, a sax player. According to „Blues Records“ Wynton Kelly p / Franklyn Skeete b / Leo Abrams dr

Issues
Regent 1011
Savoy SJL 2244 entitled SHOUTERS ROOTS OF ROCK ’N‘ ROLL VOL. 9 (var)
Classics (F) 71382 (cd) entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW” DAVIS 1948 – 1952
Savoy SVY 17446 (cd) entitled STOMPIN’ AT THE SAVOY (var)








JESSE STONE
Jesse Stone (vcl) acc by Shad Collins, Nelson Williams (tp) Vincent Bair-Bey (as) Eddie Davis (ts) Dave McRae (bar) Don Abney (p) George Duvivier (b) Teddy Lee (= Theodore Roosevelt Lee) (dr)

RCA Victor Studio #1, New York, April 19, 1949

D9VB-1330 Cole Slaw (Sorghum switch) (3:11) Victor 22-0026/50-0010, Bear Family (D)BCD 15695, RCA (D) PL 86279, Hip-O 40130
D9VB-1331 Do it now (2:53) Victor 22-0026/50-0010, Bear Family (D) BCD 15695
D9VB-1332 Easy walkin' (2:51) Bear Family (D) BCD 15695

Notes:
Jesse Stone out on „Easy walkin‘
Don Abney in Bear Family booklet given as John D. Abney / Vincent Bair-Bey as B.Bairbay

Issues
Victor 22-0026
Bear Family (D)BCD 15695 (cd) entitled JESSE STONE ALIAS CHARLES ‘CHUCK‘ CALHOUN
RCA (D) PL 86279
Hip-O 40130 (cd) entitled Hipsters, Zoots & Wingtips, Volume 2






Singin‘ „Fats“ Thomas
Singing „Fats“ Thomas (voc) Eddie Lockjaw Davis (ts) Howard Biggs (p) Mundell Lowe (g) George Duvivier (b) Specs Powell (dr) unknown voc group (1)

June 17, 1949 NYC

NSC 486 Maybe baby blues unissued
NSC 487-1 Oo-bop-aloo-bo (Big fat mama blues) National 9088
NSC 488 All my life unissued
NSC 489-1 If I give you my love (1) National 9088

Issues
National 9088


Eddie Cleanhead Vinson and his Orchestra
Henderson Williams (tp) Eddie Cleanhead Vinson (as, voc) Eddie Lockjaw Davis (ts) Harry Porter (cl, ts) Al Townsend (bs) Wynton Kelly (p) Franklin Skeete (b) Lee Abrams (dr)

August 10 , 1949 Cincinnati, OH
K5761 Ashes on my pillow (2:32) King 4355, King LP 634, King LP 859, King KS 1087, Gusto GD-5035X(2), Rare Bid (D) BID 8023, King CD 634, Zircon Bleu (F) BLEU 503, Classics (F) 5042
K5762 I’m gonna wind your clock (2:57) King 4331, Gusto GD-5035X(2), Zircon Bleu (F) BLEU 503, Classics (F) 5042
K5763 Wineola (2:34) King 4313, Jazz Selection (F) 613, Classics (F) 5042
K5764 Somebody done stole my cherry red (2:39) King 4313, King 6305, King 15010, King LP 634, King KS 16006, King KS 1087, Jazz Selection (F) 613, Gusto GD-5035X(2), Oldies LP 15010, Rare Bid (D) BID 8023, King CD 634, Zircon Bleu (F) BLEU 503, Classics (F) 5042

Issues
King 4313
King 4331
King 4355
King 6305
King 15010
King KS 16006
King KS 1087 entitled EDDIE CLEANHEAD VINSON CHERRY RED BLUES
King LP 634 entitled BATTLE OF THE BLUES Vol.3 (various)
King LP 859 entitled TURN BACK THE CLOCK (various)
King CD 634 entitled BATTLE OF THE BLUES Vol.3 (various)
Jazz Selection (F) 613
Oldies LP 15
Gusto GD-5035X(2) entitled EDDIE VINSON CHERRY RED BLUES
Rare Bid (D) BID 8023 entitled EDDIE CLEANHEAD VINSON CHERRY RED BLUES
Zircon Bleu (F) Bleu 503
Classics (F) 5042 entitled EDDIE VINSON










IVORY JOE HUNTER
Ivory Joe Hunter (vcl,p) acc by poss. Henderson Williams (tp) Eddie „Cleanhead“ Vinson (as) Eddie Davis, Harry Porter (ts) Al Townsend (bar) Wynton Kelly (p)Frank Skeete (b) Leon Abrams (dr)

Cincinnati, August 10, 1949

K5765 Jealous heart (2:57) King 4314, King 5166, King LP 605, King LP 792, Official (D) 6040

Issues
King 4314
King 5166
King LP 792 entitled FORGOTTEN MILLION SELLERS (var)
King LP 605 entitled IVORY JOE HUNTER SINGS SIXTEEN OF HIS GREATEST HITS
Sing (DK) 605 entitled IVORY JOE HUNTER SINGS SIXTEEN OF HIS GREATEST HITS
Official (D) 6040 entitled IVORY JOE HUNTER THE HITS














Eddie Cleanhead Vinson and his Orchestra
Henderson Williams (tp) Eddie Cleanhead Vinson (as, voc) Eddie Lockjaw Davis (ts) Harry Porter (cl, ts) Al Townsend (bs) Wynton Kelly (p) Franklin Skeete (b) Lee Abrams (dr)

August 16 , 1949 Cincinnati, OH

K5766 Eddie’s bounce (2:36) King 4381, Saxophonograph (S) BP-507, Zircon Bleu (F) BLEU 503, Classics (F) 5042

Issues
Saxophonograph (S) BP-507 entitled EDDIE VINSON „Mr.CLEANHEAD STEPS OUT“
Zircon Bleu (F) BLEU 503 entitled EDDIE CLEANHEAD VINSON Mr CLEANHEAD STEPS OUT
Classics (F) 5042 (cd) entitled EDDIE CLEANHEAD VINSON








Eddie Davis with Bill Doggett Trio
Eddie Davis (ts) Bill Doggett (org) John Simmons (b) Jo Jones (dr)

New York, August 16, 1949

K5767 Mountain oysters (1) (2:40) King 4321, KS-1133, Classics (F) 71382, Ocium (E) OCM CD 041
K5768 Huckle boogie (2:47) King 4321, KS-1133, Classics (F) 71382, Ocium (E) OCM CD 041

Note: (1) Unknown tp, prob. 2nd ts, bar, p (replacing the org), b, d + unknown male singer.

Issues
King 4321
King KS-1133 entitled RISKY BLUES
Classics (F) 71382 entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW” DAVIS 1948 – 1952
Ocium (E) OCM 0041 (cd) entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW” DAVIS HEY, LOCK!








Eddie Cleanhead Vinson
Calvin Hughes (tp) James Buxton (tb) Eddie Cleanhead Vinson (as, voc) Eddie Lockjaw Davis (ts) Harry Porter (ts) Wynton Kelly (p) Franklin Skeete (b) Lee Abrams (dr)

August 30, 1949 Cincinnati, OH

K5781 I’m weak but willing (2:34) King 4331, King LP 634, Gusto GD-5035X(2), King CD 634, Zircon Bleu (F) BLEU 503, Classics (F) 5042
K5782 Sittin‘ on it all the time unissued
K5783 Featherbed Mama (3:01) King 4442, King LP 634, KS 1087, Gusto GD-5035X(2), Rare Bid (D) BID 8023, King CD 634, Zircon Bleu (F) BLEU 503, Classics (F) 5042
K5784 No good woman blues (2:49) King 4335, King LP 634, Gusto GD-5035X(2), King CD 634, Zircon Bleu (F) BLEU 503, Classics (F) 5042

Issues
King 4331
King 4442
King 4335
King LP 634 entitled BATTLE OF THE BLUES Vol.3 (various)
King KS 1087 entitled EDDIE CLEANHEAD VINSON CHERRY RED BLUES
King CD 634 (CD) entitled BATTLE OF THE BLUES Vol.3 (various)
Rare Bid (D) BID 8023 entitled EDDIE CLEANHEAD VINSON CHERRY RED BLUES
Gusto GD-5035X(2) entitled EDDIE VINSON CHERRY RED BLUES
Zircon Bleu (F) BLEU 503 entitled EDDIE CLEANHEAD VINSON Mr CLEANHEAD STEPS OUT
Classics (F) 5042 (cd) entitled EDDIE CLEANHEAD VINSON










Eddie Davis
Eddie Davis (ts) Wynton Kelly (p) Frank Skeete (b) Lee Abrams (dr)

New York, c. late 1949

D301 Intermission riff (3:16) (unissued Domino), Classics (F) 71382
(D302?)Lock goes Latin (2:41) (unissued Domino), Classics (F) 71382
(D303?)This is always (3:15) (unissued Domino), Classics (F) 71382
D304 How high the moon (3:04) (unissued Domino), Classics (F) 71382

Issues:
Domino (unknown number)
Classics (F) 71382 entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW” DAVIS 1948 – 1952





CLARENCE DANIELS
Melvin Moore, Mac Johnson, Ike Williams, Calvin Harvey, Joe Mitchell (tp) John Ewing, Lester Robinson, Clinton Arnold (tb) Edwin Pleasants, Curtis Peagler, Wallace Brodis (as) Eddie Davis, Carrington Vosor, Chester Harris, Lucius Weathers (ts) Alex Nelson (bar) Roland Johnson (p,vib) Clarence Daniels (b) John Brown, Clarence Johnston (dr) Sandy Miller (vcl), coll. pers.

prob. Hollywood, Ca., ?

Do the deal Affiliated 45 101
And then I'll say (3:15) Affiliated 45 101
I'll drive my blues away Affiliated 45 101
Pastel Affiliated 45 101
I'll never let you go Affiliated 45 101
Baby I'm gone Affiliated 45 101
What can a poor boy do Affiliated 45 101
Street girl Affiliated 45 101

Issues:
Affiliated 45 101 entitled CLARENCE DANIELS DO THE DEAL THE CLARENCE DANIELS ORCHESTRA FEATURING SANDY MILLER




T-Bone Walker
T-Bone Walker (voc, g) Eddie Hutcherson (tp) Edward Hale (as) Big Jim Wynn (ts,bs) Eddie Lockjaw Davis (ts) Zell Kindred (p) Buddy Woodson (b) Robert ‘Shake‘ Simms (dr)

Los Angeles, CA, April 5, 1950

IM174-5 Glamour girl (2:44) Imperial 5071, Imperial LP 9116, Minit (GB) MLL 40005, Minit (GB) MLS 40005, Imperial (F) 1546761, Mosaic MR9-130, Mosaic MD6-130, Imperial/EMI (unknown number (cd), Imperial cd (unknown number), Acrobat (unknown number)
IM175-3 Strollin‘ with bones (2:27) Imperial 5071, Imperial 5695, Imperial LP 9098, Blue Note BN-LA-533-H2, Blue Note (D) BST 84 550 XCT, Imperial (F) 1546751, Polydor (F) 46867, Mosaic MR9-130, Mosaic MD6-130, Imperial/EMI (unknown number (cd)
IM176 The sun went down (2:17) Imperial 5086, Imperial LP 9098, Imperial LP 9210, Imperial 9257, London (GB) RE-P 1404, Blue Note BN-LA-533-H2, Blue Note (D) BST 84 550 XCT, Imperial (F) 1546751, Polydor (F) 46867, Mosaic MR9-130, Mosaic MD6-130, Imperial/EMI (unknown number (cd)
IM177 You don’t love me (2:52) Imperial 5086, Imperial LP 9098, Blue Note BN-LA-533-H2, Blue Note (D) BST 84 550 XCT, Imperial (F) 1546751, Polydor (F) 46867, Mosaic MR9-130, Mosaic MD6-130, Imperial/EMI (unknown number (cd), Imperial cd (unknown number)

Los Angeles, CA, April 6, 1950

IM178 Travelin‘ blues (2:28) Imperial 5094, Imperial 5695, Imperial LP 9098, Imperial LP 9210, Imperial (F) 1546751, Mosaic MR9-130, Mosaic MD6-130, Imperial/EMI (unknown number (cd)
IM179-? The hustle is on (2:36) Imperial 5081, Omega (NL) 78.611, Saxophonograph (S) BB-304, Liberty (J) LLR-8196, Polydor (F) 46867, Mosaic MR9-130, Mosaic MD6-130, Imperial/EMI (unknown number (cd)
IM179-? The hustle is on (2:27) Imperial LP 9116, Imperial LP 9098, Imperial LP 9210, Imperial (F) 068-83300, London (GB) RE-P 1404, London (GB) CEP 314, London (GB) HA-P 8099, Blue Note BN-LA-533-H2, Blue Note (D) BST 84 550 XCT, Imperial (F) 1546761, United Artists (J) LAX-140, Polydor (F) 46867, Blues Encore CD 52010, Mosaic MR9-130, Mosaic MD6-130, Imperial/EMI (unknown number (cd)
IM180-? Baby you broke my heart (2:49) Imperial 5081, Omega (NL) 78.611, Saxophonograph (S) BB-304, Liberty (J) LLR-8196, Mosaic MR9-130, Mosaic MD6-130, Imperial/EMI (unknown number (cd)
IM180-? Baby you broke my heart (2:37) Blue Note BN-LA-533-H2, Blue Note (D) BST 84 550 XCT, Imperial (F) 1546761, United Artists (J) LAX-141, Mosaic MR9-130, Mosaic MD6-130, Imperial/EMI (unknown number (cd)
IM181-? Evil hearted woman (2:34) Imperial 5094, Imperial 5832, Imperial LP 9098, Blue Note BN-LA-533-H2, Blue Note (D) BST 84 550 XCT, Imperial (F) 1546751, Polydor (F) 46867, Liberty (J) LLR-8196, United Artists (J) LAX-141, Blues Encore CD 52010, Mosaic MR9-130, Mosaic MD6-130, Imperial/EMI (unknown number (cd)
IM181-? Evil hearted woman (2:37)  Mosaic MR9-130, Mosaic MD6-130, Imperial/EMI (unknown number (cd)

Notes: “The hustle is on“ mistitled “Travelin‘ blues“ on London EP and “Travelin‘“ on Blues Encore CD

Issues:
Imperial 5071
Imperial 5081
Imperial 5086
Imperial 5094
Imperial 5695
Imperial 5832
Imperial LP 9098 entitled T-BONE WALKER SINGS THE BLUES
Imperial LP 9116 entitled SINGING THE BLUES T-BONE WALKER
Imperial LP 9210
Imperial LP 9257
Imperial (F) 1546751 entitled T-BONE WALKER SINGS THE BLUES
Imperial (F) 1546761 entitled SINGING THE BLUES T-BONE WALKER
Omega (NL) 78.611
Minit MLL 40005
Minit (GB) MLS 40005
Blue Note BN-LA-533-H2 entitled T-BONE WALKER CLASSICS OF MODERN BLUES
Blue Note (D) BST 84 550 XCT entitled T-BONE WALKER CLASSCIS OF MODERN BLUES
Saxophonograph (S) BB-304
Polydor (F) 46867
London (GB) RE-P 1404
London (GB) CEP 314
London (GB) HA-P 8099
Liberty (J) LLR-8196
United Artists (J) LAX-140
United Artists (J) LAX-141
Blues Encore CD 52010
Mosaic M9-130 entitled THE COMPLETE RECORDINGS OF T-BONE WALKER 1940-1954
Mosaic MD6-130 (cd) entitled THE COMPLETE RECORDINGS OF T-BONE WALKER 1940-1954
Imperial/EMI (unknown number (cd) entitled T-BONE WALKER THE COMPLETE IMPERIAL RECORDINGS, 1950 - 1954
Imperial cd (unknown number) entitled T-BONE WALKER THE BEST OF THE BLACK AND WHITE & IMPERIAL YEARS













GENE PARRISH
Gene Parrish (vcl) with Eddie Preston (tp) Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis (ts) Maurice Simon (saxes) H. McDade Jr (p) Earl Phillips (g) O. Bryant (b) Albert "Al" Bartee (dr)

Los Angeles, July 26, 1951

E1VB-0710 Baby's on my mind Victor 20/47-4240, RCA (number unknown)
E1VB-0711 Dream blues Victor 20/47-4240, RCA (number unknown)
E1VB-0712 Later (unissued)
E1VB-0713 Open road blues (unissued)

Issues:
Victor 20/47-4240
RCA (number unknown) entited RCA VICTOR RCA JUMP 'N' JIVE Volume 1
RCA (number unknown) entited RCA VICTOR RCA RYHTHM 'N BLUES Vol.4






MILES DAVIS
Miles Davis All Stars: Miles Davis (tp) Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, George "Big Nick" Nicholas (ts) Billy Taylor (p) Charles Mingus (b) Art Blakey (dr)

Birdland, New York, September 29, 1951

Jumpin' with Symphony Sid (theme) (unissued)
Move (1) (6:24) Ozone 7, Beppo (GB) BEP 501, Kings of Jazz (I) KLJ 20025, Fresh Sound (E) FSR CD 124, Blue Note 9243 5 95966 2 4, United Archives UAR 503-10, Le Jazz CD 45
The squirrel (8:44) Ozone 7, Beppo (GB) BEP 501, Kings of Jazz (I) KLJ 20025, Fresh Sound (E) FSR CD 124, Blue Note 9243 5 95966 2 4, United Archives UAR 503-10, Le Jazz CD 45
Lady bird (5:38) Ozone 7, Beppo (GB) BEP 501, Kings of Jazz (I) KLJ 20025, Fresh Sound (E) FSR CD 124, Blue Note 9243 5 95966 2 4, United Archives UAR 503-10, Le Jazz CD 45

Note: (1) Mistitled "Mod" on Ozone 7 / Kings of Jazz wrongly lists one of the tenor players as being Sonny Rollins

Issues:
Ozone 7 entitled MILES DAVIS EDDIE 'LOCKJAW' DAVIS ART BLAKEY
Beppo (GB) BEP 501 entitled MILES DAVIS AT BIRDLAND 1951
Kings of Jazz (I) KLJ 20025 entitled MILES DAVIS At His Rare Of All Rarest Performances Vol. 1
Fresh Sound (E) FSR CD 124 (cd) entitled MILES DAVIS BIRDLAND DAYS
Blue Note 9243 5 95966 2 4 (cd) entitled MILES DAVIS BIRDLAND 1951
United Archives UAR 503-10 (CD-Box) entitled MILES DAVIS THE COMPLETE LIVE RECORDINGS 1948-1955 (var)
Le Jazz CD 45 (cd) entitled MILES DAVIS



 
 


SLIM GAILLARD
Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis (ts) Terry Gibbs (vib) Billy Taylor (p) Slim Gaillard (g,vcl) + others

New York, September 29, 1951

Serenade in vout (6:10) Hep (GB) LP 21

Issues:
Hep (GB) LP 21 entitled SLIM GAILLARD AT BIRDLAND
prob. HEP (GB) CD 21 entitled SLIM GAILLARD AT BIRDLAND 1951






BENNIE GREEN
Bennie Green (tb) Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, Big Nick Nicholas (ts) Rudy Williams (bar) Teddy Brannon (p) Tommy Potter (b) Art Blakey (dr)

New York, October 5, 1951

221 Green junction (2:52) Esquire (GB) EP 92, Prestige P-24067, OJC-091, OJCCD-091-2
222 Flowing river (2:40) Esquire (GB) EP 92, Prestige P-24067, OJC-091, OJCCD-091-2
223 Whirl-a-licks (3:17) Esquire (GB) EP 92, Prestige P-24067, OJC-091, ZYX (D) FANCD 6063-2
224 Benniels pennies (Pennies from heaven) (2:14) Esquire (GB) EP 92, Prestige P-24067, OJC-091, OJCCD-091-2
225 Jumpin' journey (unissued)
226 Tenor sax shuffle (3:04) Prestige 920, Prestige PCD 24116-2, OJC-091,2, OJCCD-091-2
227 Sugar syrup (3:01) Prestige 920, Prestige PCD 24116-2, OJC-091-2, OJCCD-091-2

Issues:
Prestige 920
First four titles on Prestige PREP 1343 entitled BENNIE GREEN AND HIS BAND
Esquire (GB) EP 92
First four titles on Prestige PRLP 123 entitled MODERN JAZZ TROMBONES VOLUME TWO (var)
First four titles on Prestige PRLP 7023 entitled TROMBONE BY THREE
First four titles on Prestige LP 16-4 entitled TROMBONE BY THREE
First four titles on Prestige P-24067 entitled EARLY BONES J.J.JOHNSON KAI WINIDNG BENNY GREEN (var)
Prestige PCD-24116-2 (cd) entitled FIRST SESSIONS (var)
All titles (except the unissued) on Prestige OJC-091 entitled TROMBONE BY THREE J J JOHNSON KAI WINDING BENNY GREEN
All titles (except the unissued) on Prestige OJCCD-091-2 (cd) entitled TROMBONE BY THREE J J JOHNSON KAI WINDING BENNY GREEN
ZYX (D) FANCD 6063-2 (cd) entitled EDDIE LOCKJAW DAVIS BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION







































SONNY CRISS
Joe Newman (tp) Bennie Green (tb) Sonny Criss (as) Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis (ts) Bobby Tucker (p) Tommy Potter (b) Kenny Clarke (dr)

Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, Ca.,

October 12, 1951

Intermission riff (6:35) Pablo 2310-929, Ocium (E) OCM 0041, Lone Hill Jazz (E) LHJ-10106
How high the moon (12:01) Pablo 2310-929, Lone Hill Jazz (E) LHJ-10106
Perdido (13:39) Pablo 2310-929, Lone Hill Jazz (E) LHJ-10106
Body and soul (5:19) Pablo 2310-929, Ocium (E) OCM 0041, Lone Hill Jazz (E) LHJ-10106
High jump (7:21) Pablo 2310-929, Lone Hill Jazz (E) LHJ-10106

Issues
Pablo 2310-929 entitled SONNY CRISS INTERMISSION RIFF
Ocium (E) OCM 0041 (cd) entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW” DAVIS HEY, LOCK!
Lone Hill Jazz (E) LHJ-10106 (cd) entitled SONNY CRISS THE LOST RECORDINGS
















Eddie Davis Quartet
Eddie Davis (ts) Bill Doggett (org) Oscar Pettiford (b) Shadow Wilson (dr)

New York, 1952

R1120-3 My blue heaven (2:39) Roost 553, LP 422, Roost LP 2227, Vogue (GB) VJD 548, Classics (F) 71382, Ocium (E) OCM 0041
R1121-2 Please don't talk about me when I'm gone Roost 559, Vogue (F) V 3257, Classics (F) 71382
R1122-1 Bewitched (2:45) Roost 553, LP 422, Roost LP 1201, Roost LP 2227, Vogue (GB) VJD 548, Classics (F) 71382, Ocium (E) OCM 0041
R1123-3 Blues in my heart (2:35) Roost 559, LP 422, Roost LP 2227, Vogue (GB) VJD 548, Vogue (F) V 3257, Classics (F) 71382, Ocium (E) OCM 0041

Issues
Roost 553
Roost 559
Roost LP 422 entitled GOODIES FROM EDDIE LOCKJAW DAVIS
Roost LP 1201 entitled ROOST 5th ANNIVERSARY ALBUM Vol.1 (var)
Roost LP 2227 entitled EDDIE DAVIS TRIO
Vogue (F) V 3257
Vogue (GB) VJD 548 entitled EDDIE ‘LOCKJAW‘ DAVIS HEY LOCK!
Classics (F) 71382 entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW” DAVIS 1948 – 1952
Ocium (E) OCM 0041 (cd) entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW” DAVIS HEY, LOCK!

















 
 


EDDIE DAVIS
Eddie Davis (ts) Billy Taylor (p) Freddy Green (g) Oscar Pettiford (b) Shadow Wilson (dr)

New York, 1952

R1142 There's no you (2:40) Roost 565, Roost LP 2227, Classics (F) 71382, Ocium (E) OCM 0041
R1143 Slow squat (2:32) Roost 572, Roost LP 2227, Classics (F) 71382, Ocium (E) OCM 0041
R1144 Hey Lock (3:07) Roost 565, Roost LP 422, Roost LP 2227, Pye (GB) ND-5004, Vogue (GB) VJD 548, Classics (F) 71382, Ocium (E) OCM 0041
R1145 I'm an old cowhand (3:08) Roost 572, Roost LP 2227, Classics (F) 71382, Ocium (E) OCM 0041

Notes: according to LORD all on Roost LP 2227 – this could not be verified / according to Vogue LP this session was recorded 1951

Issues
Roost 565 or 568
Roost 572
Roost LP 422 entitled GOODIES FROM EDDIE LOCKJAW DAVIS
Roost LP 2227 entitled EDDIE DAVIS TRIO
Pye (GB) ND-5004 RONNIE SCOTTS 20th ANNIVERSARY ALBUM (various)
Vogue (GB) VJD 548 entitled EDDIE ‘LOCKJAW‘ DAVIS HEY LOCK!
Classics (F) 71382 entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW” DAVIS 1948 – 1952
Ocium (E) OCM 0041 (cd) entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW” DAVIS HEY, LOCK!





















































COUNT BASIE
Count Basie and his Orchestra : Paul Campbell, Joe Newman, Wendell Culley, Reunald Jones (tp) Henry Coker, Benny Powell, Jimmy Wilkins (tb) Marshall Royal (cl,as) Ernie Wilkins (as,ts) Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, Paul Quinichette (ts) Charlie Fowlkes (bar) Count Basie (p) Freddy Green (g) Jimmy Lewis (b) Gus Johnson (dr) Neal Hefti, Nat Pierce, Sy Oliver(arr) Bixie Crawford (vcl-1)

Fine Sound, New York, July 22, 1952

822-4 Jack and Jill (2:53) Mosaic MD8-229
822-6 Jack and Jill (2:52) Clef EPC-195, Clef MG C-148, Clef MGC 685, Verve MG V-8070, Verve (GB) 2317074, Verve VE2-2542, Verve (D/F) 2610 062, Verve (J) 70MJ 3235, Mosaic MD8-229, Fresh Sound (E) FS-0553
823-2 Bread (2:48) Clef 89085, Blue Star (F) NG 587, Karusell (S) K 1067, Clef EPC-251, Clef MG C-633, MGC 729, Verve MG V-8108, Verve (GB) 2317074, Verve VE2-2542, Verve (D/F) 2610 062, Verve (J) 70MJ 3235, Metro (GB) 2355 021, Metro (Eu) 2356 020, World Records (Aus) R-03272, Mosaic MD8-229, Fresh Sound (E) FS-0553
824-7 There's a small hotel (3:29) Mercury 89070, Clef 89070, Blue Star (F) NG 525, Karusell (S) K 1093, Clef EPC-251, Clef MG C-633, MG C-729, Verve MG V-8108, Verve (GB) 2317074, Verve VE2-2542, Verve V3HB-8850, Verve (D/F) 2610 062, Verve (F) 2304 410, Verve (J) 70MJ 3235, Mosaic MD8-229
825-2 Hob nail boogie Mercury 89014, Clef 89014, Columbia (GB) LB 10013, Blue Star (F) NG 501, Karusell (S) K 1020, Verve (GB) 2317074, Verve VE2-2542, Verve (D/F) 2610 062, Verve (J) 70MJ 3235, Mosaic MD8-229
825-7 Hob nail boogie (2:30) Clef EPC 142, Clef MG C-120, Clef MG C-685, Verve MG V-8070
826-4 Basie talks (3:38) Clef EPC-195, Clef MG C-148, Clef MG C-685, Verve MG V-8070, Verve (GB) 2317074, Verve VE2-2542, Verve (D/F) 2610 062, , Metro (GB) 2355 021, Metro (Eu) 2356 020, World Records (Aus) R-03272, Verve (J) 70MJ 3235, Mosaic MD8-229
827-2 Paradise squat (4:02) Clef MG C-685, Verve (D/F) 511 022, Verve VE2-2542, Verve (D/F) 2610 062, Mosaic MD8-229
827-3 Paradise squat (4:04) Clef MG C-639, Verve MG V-8195, Verve MG V-8407, Verve MG V-8487, Verve (F) 74084, Metronome (GB) 0040.200, Verve (D/F) 511 022, American Recording Society G 402, Mosaic MD8-229
827-4 Paradise squat (3:35) Clef 89014, Blue Star (F) NG 501, Clef EPC-142, Clef MG C-120, Clef G C-633, Columbia (GB) LB 10013, Columbia (GB) 33CX 10022, Verve MG V-8070, Verve (GB) VLP 9074, Verve (D/F) 511 022, Verve (D/F) 511 038, Verve (GB) 2317074, , Verve VE2-2542, Verve (D/F) 2610 062, Verve (J) 70MJ 3235, American Recording Society G 402, Mercury (NL) 9291 050, Jazz Magazine (D) 40 200, Franklin Mint 58, Album 15, Fresh Sound (E) FS-0553
828-1 U.F.O. (3:01) Verve (J) 323437, Verve VE2-2542, Verve (D/F) 2610 062, Verve (J) 70MJ 3235, Mosaic MD8-229
828-5 Like a ship at sea (bc vcl) (3:33) Verve (J) 323437, Verve VE2-2542, Verve (D/F) 2610 062, Verve (J) 70MJ 3235, Mosaic MD8-229
829-3 Bunny (bc vcl) (3:06) Clef EPC-196, Clef MG C-148, Clef MG C-685, Karusell (S) K 1020, Verve MG V-8070, Verve (GB) 2317074, Verve VE2-2542, Verve (D/F) 2610 062, Verve (J) 70MJ 3235, Mosaic MD8-229
830-1 Tippin' on the Q.T. (3:09) Mosaic MD8-229
830-5 Tippin' on the Q.T. (2:58) Clef 89085, Clef MG C-148, Clef EPC-186 (not issued), Clef MG C-633, Clef MG C-729, Blue Star (F) NG 587, Karusell (S) K 1067, Verve MG V-8108, Verve (GB) 2317074, Verve VE2-2542, Verve (D/F) 2610 062, Metro (GB) 2355 021, Metro (Eu) 2356 020, Verve (J) 70MJ 3235, , World Records (Aus) R-0327, Mosaic MD8-229
831-3 Blee blop blues (Tippin on the Q.T.*) (2:59) Clef 89070, Clef MG C-251, Clef MG C-633*, Clef MG C-729*, Blue Star (F) NG 525, Karusell (S) K 1093, Columbia (GB) SEB 10083, Verve V3HB-8850, Verve (F) 2304 410, Verve VE2-2542, Verve (D/F) 2610 062, Verve (J) 70MJ 3235, Mosaic MD8-229

Note
Verve (F) 2304 410 erroneously lists „Tippin‘ on the Q.T. for C 831-3.

Issues
Clef 89014
Clef 89070
Clef 89085
Clef 89095
Clef EPC-142 entitled COUNT BASIE AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Clef EPC-186 (never issued)
Clef EPC-195 entitled COUNT BASIE BIG BAND
Clef EPC-196 entitled COUNT BASIE BIG BAND ALBUM #2
Clef EPC-251 entitled COUNT BASIE BASIE JAZZ
Clef MG C-120 entitled COUNT BASIE AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Clef MG C-148 entitled COUNT BASIE BIG BAND
Clef MG C-633 entitled BASIE/JAZZ
Clef MG C-639 entitled OUR BEST (var)
Clef MG C-685 entitled COUNT BASIE THE COUNT
Clef MG C-729 COUNT BASIE BASIE RIDES AGAIN
Verve MG V-8070 entitled THE COUNT!
Verve MG V-8108 entitled BASIE RIDES AGAIN!
Verve MG V-8195
Verve MG V-8407
Verve MG V-8487
Verve V3HB-8850 (never issued)
Verve (GB) VLP 9074
Verve (GB) 2317074 entitled THE SECOND BIG BAND SOUND OF COUNT BASIE AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Verve 513630-2
Verve 519 819-2
Verve (D/F) 511 022
Verve (D/F) 511 038
Verve (F) 2304 410 entitled BASIE RIDES AGAIN!
Verve (F) 74084
Blue Star (F) NG 501
Blue Star (F) NG 525
Blue Star (F) NG 587
Karusell (S) K 1020
Karusell (S) K 1067
Karusell (S) K 1093
Columbia (GB) LB 10013
Columbia (GB) SEB 10083
Columbia (GB) 33CX 10022
Metro (GB) 2355 021
Metro (Eu) 2356 020
Metronome (GB) 0040.200 entitled THE BASIE BAND 1952 - 1957
World Records (Aus) R-03272
Verve VE2-2542 entitled COUNT BASIE PARADISE SQUAT
Verve (D/F) 2610 062 entitled COUNT BASIE PARADISE SQUAT
Verve (J) 70MJ 3235
Same as on Verve V-8108 also on Verve (J) MV 2643 entitled BASIE RIDES AGAIN!
American Recording Society G 402
Mercury (NL) 9291 050 entitled COUNT BASIE PORTRAIT OF AN ORCHESTRA
Jazz Magazine (D) 40 200
Franklin Mint 58, Album 15
Mosaic MD8-229 entitled The Complete Clef/Verve Count Basie Fifties Studio Recordings
Fresh Sound (E) FS-0553 (cd) entitled COUNT BASIE PRESENTS THE TENOR OF EDDIE “LOCKJAW” DAVIS




























   






















Fine Sound, New York, July 26, 1952
832-4 Cash box (3:20) Mosaic MD8-229
832-5 Cash box (3:22) Clef EPC-195, Clef MG C-148, Clef MG C-685, Verve MG V-8070, Verve VE2-2542, Verve (D/F) 2610 062, Verve (J) 70MJ 3235, Mosaic MD8-229
833-3 Bootsie (3:24) Mosaic MD8-229
833-4 Bootsie (3:21) Clef EPC-196, Clef MG C-148, Clef MG C-685, Verve MG V-8070, Verve VE2-2542, Verve (D/F) 2610 062, Mosaic MD8-229
834-2 Tom Whaley (2:55) Clef EPC-195, Clef MG C-148, Clef MG C-685, Verve MG V-8070, Verve VE2-2542, Verve (D/F) 2610 062, Mosaic MD8-229, Fresh Sound (E) FS-0553
835-1 Blues for the Count and Oscar (10:51) Mosaic MD8-229
835-7 Blues for the Count and Oscar (3:05) Clef EPC-252, Clef MG C-633, MGC 729, Verve MG V-8108, Verve V3HB-8850, Verve (GB) VLP 9074, Verve (D/F 511 022, Verve VE2-2542, Verve (F) 74085, Verve (F) 2304 410, Verve (D/F) 2610 062, Verve (J) 70MJ 3235, Mosaic MD8-229, Fresh Sound (E) FS-0553
836-2 or 836-5 Be my guest (2) (2:59) Clef EPC-252, Clef MG C-633, MGC 729, Verve V3HB-8850, Verve MG V-8108, Verve VE2-2542, Verve (F) 2304 410, Verve (D/F) 2610 062, Mosaic MD8-229
837-2 You're not the kind (3:16) Clef EPC-251, Clef MG C-647, MGC 723, Columbia (GB) LB 10085, Verve VE2-2542, Verve (F) 2304 410, VSP 13/14, Verve (D/F) 2610 062, Verve (J) 70MJ 3235, Mosaic MD8-229

Note : ELD not on remaining tune
(2) : Oscar Peterson (p) Ray Brown (b) replace Basie, Lewis
Verve (F) 2304 410 erroneously lists Blee Blop Blues for C 837-2

Issues
Clef EPC-251 entitled COUNT BASIE BASIE JAZZ
Clef EPC-252 entitled COUNT BASIE BASIE JAZZ ALBUM #2
Clef MG C-633 entitled BASIE/JAZZ
Clef MG C-647 entitled COUNT BASIE DANCE SESSION #2
Clef MG C-723
Clef MG C-729 entitled COUNT BASIE BASIE RIDES AGAIN
Columbia (GB) LB 10085
Verve (GB) VLP 9074
Verve (F) 74085
Verve (F) 2304 410 entitled BASIE RIDES AGAIN!
Verve MG V-8108 entitled Basie rides again!
Verve MG V-8090 entitled The swinging Count
Verve V3HB-8850 (never issued)
Verve (D/F 511 022
Verve (J) 70MJ 3235
Verve VE2-2542 entitled COUNT BASIE PARADISE SQUAT
Verve (D/F) 2610 062 entitled COUNT BASIE PARADISE SQUAT
VSP 13/14
Mosaic MD8-229 entitled The Complete Clef/Verve Count Basie Fifties Studio Recordings
Fresh Sound (E) FS-0553 (cd) entitled COUNT BASIE PRESENTS THE TENOR OF EDDIE “LOCKJAW” DAVIS























































Count Basie and his Orchestra
Count Basie and his Orchestra : Paul Campbell, Wendell Culley, Reunald Jones, Joe Newman (tp) Henry Coker, Benny Powell, Jimmy Wilkins (tb) Marshall Royal (as,cl) Ernie Wilkins (as) Lester Young (ts-1) Paul Quinichette, Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis (ts) Charlie Fowlkes (bar) Count Basie (p) Freddy Green (g) Al Hall (b) Gus Johnson (dr)

Birdland, New York, July 29, 1952

Every tub
Swingin' the blues (unissued)
Topsy (unissued)
I'll always be in love with you, Clarice (1) (2:51) Sabie (Jamaica) 5302, Nostalgia 217, Musidisc (F) JS 5225, Musidisc (F) CCO 2726
Bread (3:40) Sabie (Jamaica) 5302, Nostalgia 217, Musidisc (F) JS 5225, Musidisc (F) CCO 2726
Jumpin' at the Woodside (1) (3:16) Sabie (Jamaica) 5302, Nostalgia 217, Musidisc (F) JS 5225, Musidisc (F) CCO 2726, Jass J-CD-18
One o'clock jump (1) (3:58) Sabie (Jamaica) 5302, Nostalgia 217, Musidisc (F) JS 5225, Musidisc (F) CCO 2726, Jass J-CD-18

Note: (2) Quinichette, Basie, Green, Hall and Johnson only. ELD not on I’ll always be in love with you

Issues
Sabie (Jamaica) 5302 entitled COUNT BASIE AND HIS ORCHESTRA FEATURING LESTER YOUNG
Nostalgia 217
Musidisc (F) JS 5225
Musidisc (F) CCO 2726
Jass J-CD-18 (cd)

Unknown number













Count Basie and his Orchestra
same pers. but Lester Young out

Birdland, New York, August 2, 1952

Little pony (unissued)
Small hotel (unissued)
Blee blop blues (unissued)
Hob nail boogie (unissued)
How high the moon (unissued)
You're not the kind (unissued)
Sure thing (unissued)


The Birdland era Vol. 2
Count Basie and his Orchestra
same pers. but Lester Young (ts-1) added and Jimmy Lewis (b) replaces Al Hall

Birdland, New York, August 31, 1952

One o' clock jump (theme) (0:37) Duke (I) D-1018
Why not (3:21) Duke (I) D-1018
Out of nowhere (3:41) Duke (I) D-1018
How high the moon (3:32) Duke (I) D-1018
Hob nail boogie (2:40) Duke (I) D-1018
Jumpin' at the Woodside (1) (3:20) Duke (I) D-1018
One o' clock jump (1) (4:29)Duke (I) D-1018

Issues
Duke Records (I) D-1018 entitled COUNT BASIE & HIS ORCHESTRA „THE BIRDLAND ERA“ Volume 2


Count Basie and his Orchestra
same pers. but Lester Young out and Bixie Crawford (vcl) added

Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, LA September 12, 1952

One o' clock jump (unissued) Clef
Why not (unissued) Clef
Every tub (unissued) Clef
Jive at five (unissued) Clef
Bread (unissued) Clef
You're not the kind (unissued) Clef
Blee blop blues (unissued) Clef
An afternoon with Les Hite (unissued) Clef
Paradise squat (unissued) Clef
K. C. organ blues (unissued) Clef
Like a ship at sea (bc vcl) (unissued) Clef
That's my guy (bc vcl) (unissued) Clef
Unknown title (unissued) Clef
Rock-a-bye Basie (unissued) Clef
Little pony (unissued) Clef
One o' clock jump (unissued) Clef


The world famous Harlem / New York Apollo concerts
Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis (ts) + unknown org, p, b and d

Live, "Apollo Theatre", New York, December 1, 1952
The way you look tonight Session Disc 124
Bewitched Session Disc 124

Issues
Session Disc 124 entitled THE APOLLO CONCERTS(var)
















Count Basie and his Orchestra 
same pers. except Gene Ramey (b) replaces Hall and Al Hibbler (vcl) added

Fine Sound, New York, December 12, 1952

964-2 or 924-7 Let me dream (unissued, master no longer exists)
964-10 Let me dream (ah vcl) (2:39) Verve VE2-2542, Verve (D/F) 2610 062, Mosaic MD8-229
965-4 Sent for you yesterday (ah vcl) (3:08) Clef 89029, Clef MG C-633, MG C-729, Blue Star (F) NG 512, Columbia (GB) LB 10066, Verve MG V-8108, Verve VE2-2542, Verve (F) 2304 410, Verve (Eu) 511 038, Verve (J) 70MJ 3225, Mercury (NL) 9291 050, Jazz Magazine (D) 40 200, Mosaic MD8-229
966-1 Goin' to Chicago (ah vcl) (3:17) Clef 89029, Clef MG C-633, MG C-729, Blue Star (F) NG 512, Columbia (GB) LB 10066, Verve MG V-8108, Verve VE2-2542, Verve (F) 2304 410, Verve (J) 70MJ 3225, Metro (GB) 2355 021, Metro (Eu) 2356 020, World Records (Aus) R-03272, Mosaic MD8-229

Note:
964-10 Let me dream is not on Verve MG V-4000 although announced on the album jacket / ELD not on other titles from this session

Issues
Clef 89029
Clef MG C-633 entitled COUNT BASIE BASIE/JAZZ
Clef MG C-729 entitled COUNT BASIE BASIE RIDES AGAIN
Blue Star (F) NG 512
Columbia (GB) LB 10066
Verve MG V-4000 entitled AL HIBBLER SINGS LOVE SONGS
Verve MG V-8108 entitled COUNT BASIE BASIE RIDES AGAIN!
Verve VE2-2542 entitled COUNT BASIE PARADISE SQUAT
Verve (D/F) 2610 062 entitled COUNT BASIE PARADISE SQUAT
Verve (F) 2304 410
Verve (Eu) 511 038
Verve (J) 70MJ 3225
Mercury (NL) 9291 050 entitled COUNT BASIE PORTRAIT OF AN ORCHESTRA
Metro (GB) 2355 021
Metro (Eu) 2356 020
Jazz Magazine (D) 40 200
Verve 513630-2 (cd)
World Records (Aus) R-03272
Mosaic MD8-229 entitled The Complete Clef/Verve Count Basie Fifties Studio Recordings




















EDDIE DAVIS
Eddie Davis Quartet: Eddie Davis (ts) Eddie Bonnemere (org) John Simmons (b) Charlie Rice (dr)

New York, c. late 1952/early 1953

R1188 I only have eyes for you (3:10) Royal Roost 587, Roost LP 422, Roost LP 2227, Vogue (GB) VJD 548, Classics (F) 71443, Ocium (E) OCM 0041
R1189 Chihuahua (2:40) Royal Roost 587, Roost LP 422, Roost LP 2227, Vogue (GB) VJD 548, Classics (F) 71443, Ocium (E) OCM 0041

Issues
Royal Roost 587
Roost LP 422 entitled GOODIES FROM EDDIE LOCKJAW DAVIS
Roost LP 2227 entitled EDDIE DAVIS TRIO
Vogue (GB) VJD 548 entitled EDDIE ‘LOCKJAW‘ DAVIS HEY LOCK!
Classics (F) 71443 (cd) entitled EDDIE LOCKJAW DAVIS 1953 - 1955
Ocium (E) OCM 0041 (cd) entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW” DAVIS HEY, LOCK!
















EDDIE DAVIS
Eddie Davis Quartet: Eddie Davis (ts) Eddie Bonnemere (org) John Simmons (b) Charlie Rice (dr)

New York, c. 1954

R1211 This can’t be love (2:26) Royal Roost 601, Classics (F) 71443
R1212 Wing tingle (Nightingale) (2:35) Royal Roost 599, Roost LP 422, Roost LP 2227, Vogue (GB) VJD 548, Classics (F) 71443, Ocium (E) OCM 0041
R1213 Bingo Domingo (2:58) Royal Roost 601, Classics (F) 71443
R1214 Secret love (2:20) Royal Roost 599, Roost LP 422, Roost LP 2227, Vogue (GB) VJD 548, Classics (F) 71443, Ocium (E) OCM 0041

Issues
Royal Roost 599
Royal Roost 601
Roost LP 422 entitled GOODIES FROM EDDIE LOCKJAW DAVIS
Roost LP 2227 entitled EDDIE DAVIS TRIO
Vogue (GB) VJD 548 entitled EDDIE ‘LOCKJAW‘ DAVIS HEY LOCK!
Classics (F) 71443 (cd) entitled EDDIE LOCKJAW DAVIS 1953 - 1955
Ocium (E) OCM 0041 (cd) entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW” DAVIS HEY, LOCK!















COUNT BASIE
Count Basie and his Orchestra : Wendell Culley, Reunald Jones, Joe Newman, Paul Campbell (tp) Henry Coker, Benny Powell, Jimmy Wilkins (tb) Marshall Royal, Ernie Wilkins (as) Paul Quinichette, Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis (ts) Lester Young (ts-1), Charlie Fowlkes (bar) Count Basie (p) Freddy Green (g) Gene Ramey (b) Gus Johnson (dr)

Birdland, New York, January 1, 1953

Theme (One o' clock jump) (0:54) Unique Jazz (I) 004
Prevue (2:55) Unique Jazz (I) 004
Jingle bells (2:17) Unique Jazz (I) 004
Lullaby of Birdland () Unique Jazz (I) 004
Why not ? (3:17) Unique Jazz (I) 004
Jumpin' at the Woodside (1) (3:04) Unique Jazz (I) 004
Paradise squat (unissued)
Theme (One o' clock jump) (unissued)

Issues
Unique Jazz (I) 004 entitled COUNT BASIE AIR SHOTS BIRDLAND JANUARY 1953 VOLUME ONE


Birdland, New York, January 3, 1953
Theme (One o' clock jump) (unissued)
Bread (unissued)
New Basie blues (unissued)
Lullaby of Birdland (3:33) Sabie (Jamaica) 5302, Nostalgia 217, Musidisc (F) JS 5225, Musidisc (F) CCO 2726
Every tub (1) (3:02) Sabie (Jamaica) 5302, Nostalgia 217, Musidisc (F) JS 5225, Musidisc (F) CCO 2726
Base's loaded (3:00) Sabie (Jamaica) 5302, Nostalgia 217
Don't blame me (unissued)
Fancy meeting you (3:19) Sabie (Jamaica) 5302, Nostalgia 217, Musidisc (F) JS 5225, Musidisc (F) CCO 2726, Fresh Sound (E) FS-0553
Theme (One o' clock jump) (unissued)

Issues
Sabie (Jamaica) 5302 entitled COUNT BASIE AND HIS ORCHESTRA FEATURING LESTER YOUNG
Nostalgia 217
Musidisc (F) JS 5225
Musidisc (F) CCO 2726
Fresh Sound (E) FS-0553 (cd) entitled COUNT BASIE PRESENTS THE TENOR OF EDDIE “LOCKJAW” DAVIS





Birdland, New York, January 6, 1953

Theme (One o' clock jump) (unissued)
Bread (unissued)
Basie English (3:46) Unique Jazz (I) 005
Jumpin' at the Woodside (1) (3:02) Unique Jazz (I) 005
Why not ? (unissued)
Lullaby of Birdland (3:04) Unique Jazz (I) 005
Base's loaded - Theme (One o' clock jump) (3:37) Unique Jazz (I) 005

Issues
Unique Jazz (I) 005 entitled COUNT BASIE AIR SHOTS BIRDLAND JANUARY 1953 VOLUME TWO LESTER MEETS BASIE












Birdland, New York, January 7, 1953

Theme (One o' clock jump)(0:13) Unique Jazz (I) 005
Basie Jones (3:08) Unique Jazz (I) 005
Hours alone (3:17) Unique Jazz (I) 005
Every tub (1) (2:38) Unique Jazz (I) 005
Basie blues (3:20) Unique Jazz (I) 005
Paradise squat (5:51) Unique Jazz (I) 005
Lullaby of Birdland (fading out) (unissued)

Issues
Unique Jazz (I) 005 entitled COUNT BASIE AIR SHOTS BIRDLAND JANUARY 1953 VOLUME TWO LESTER MEETS BASIE














Birdland, New York, January 8, 1953

Theme (One o' clock jump) (unissued)
Prevue (unissued)
Nails (3:02) Unique Jazz (I) 005
Prez (1) (4:15) BMG (D) 74321 19541-2
Lullaby of Birdland (unissued)
Bread (3:30) Unique Jazz (I) 004
Smooth sailing (3:55) (faded out) Unique Jazz (I) 004

Issues
Unique Jazz (I) 004 entitled COUNT BASIE AIR SHOTS BIRDLAND JANUARY 1953 VOLUME ONE
Unique Jazz (I) 005 entitled COUNT BASIE AIR SHOTS BIRDLAND JANUARY 1953 VOLUME TWO LESTER MEETS BASIE
BMG (D) 74321 19541-2 (cd) entitled JAZZ GALLERY LESTER YOUNG Vol.II
















Birdland, New York, January 10, 1953

Theme (One o' clock jump) (unissued)
Blee blop blues (2:47) Sabie (Jamaica) 5302, Nostalgia 217
You're not the kind (unissued)
Jumpin' at the Woodside (1) (3:19) Sabie (Jamaica) 5302, Nostalgia 217
New Basie blues (4:24) Sabie (Jamaica) 5302, Nostalgia 217
Perdido (5:40) Sabie (Jamaica) 5302, Nostalgia 217
Lullaby of Birdland (unissued)
Why not ? (3:43) Sabie (Jamaica) 5302, Nostalgia 217
Redhead (3:07) Sabie (Jamaica) 5302, Nostalgia 217
Theme (One o' clock jump) (unissued)

Issues
Sabie (Jamaica) 5302 entitled COUNT BASIE AND HIS ORCHESTRA FEATURING LESTER YOUNG
Nostalgia 217














Birdland, New York, January 13, 1953

Theme (One o' clock jump) (unissued)
Fancy meeting you (3:18) Unique Jazz (I) 004
Basie English (Basie kick) (4:03) Unique Jazz (I) 004
Jumpin' at the Woodside (1) (3:19) Unique Jazz (I) 004
Hobnail boogie (2:35) Unique Jazz (I) 004
Perdido (6:45) Unique Jazz (I) 004
Lullaby over Birdland - Sign off (unissued)

Note : Lester Young (ts-1)

Issues
Unique Jazz (I) 004 entitled COUNT BASIE AIR SHOTS BIRDLAND JANUARY 1953 VOLUME ONE














Birdland, New York, January 14, 1953

Theme (One o'clock jump) (0:40) Duke Records (I) D-1018, Bandstand (J) TKCB-30142
Blee blop blues (2:57) () Duke Records (I) D-1018, Bandstand (J) TKCB-30142
Basie blues (3:07) Duke Records (I) D-1018, Bandstand (J) TKCB-30142
Every tub (1) (2:42) Duke Records (I) D-1018, Unique Jazz (I) 005, Bandstand (J) TKCB-30142
You're not the kind (3:31) Duke Records (I) D-1018, Bandstand (J) TKCB-30142
Paradise squat (6:48) Duke Records (I) D-1018, Ocium (E) OCM 0041, Bandstand (J) TKCB-30142
Lullaby of Birdland – Sign off (3:16) Duke Records (I) D-1018, Bandstand (J) TKCB-30142

Note
(?) All execpt Theme also on Bandstand BDCD 1515

Issues
Duke Records (I) D-1018 entitled COUNT BASIE & HIS ORCHESTRA „THE BIRDLAND ERA“ Volume 2
Unique Jazz (I) 005 entitled COUNT BASIE AIR SHOTS BIRDLAND JANUARY 1953 VOLUME TWO LESTER MEETS BASIE
Ocium (E) OCM 0041 (cd) entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW” DAVIS HEY, LOCK!
Bandstand (J) TKCB-30142 (cd) entitled COUNT BASIE NEW YEAR AT BIRDLAND













Birdland", New York, January 17, 1953

Jumpin' at the Woodside (unissued)



BIXIE CRAWFORD
Bixie Crawford (vcl) acc. by Orchestra: Joe Newman (tp) Ernie Wilkins (as) Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis (ts) Charlie Fowlkes (bar) unknown (p) Gene Ramey (b) Gus Johnson (dr)

Chicago, Ill., February 12, 1953

U-1258 I'm still in love with you 2:58 United U-155
U-1259 Never to cry again 2:52 United U-155
U-1260 Fallen (I'm a fool) (unissued)
U-1261 Bixie's blues (unissued)

Issues
78 rpm: United U-155





Count Basie and his Orchestra
prob. usual pers. but certainly the following soloists recognizable : Joe Newman (tp-3) Henry Coker (tb-6) Ernie Wilkins (as-5) Marshall Royal (as-7) Ben Webster (ts-1) Lester Young (ts-2) Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis (ts-4)

Broadcast, "Birdland", New York, April 6, 1953

Fancy meeting you (3,4) (3:25) Sabie LP 5301, Nostalgia 216, Jazz Connoisseur (I) JCC 84
Smooth sailing (1,4,5) (4:00) Sabie LP 5301, Nostalgia 216, Jazz Connoisseur (I) JCC 84
Paradise squat (4) (6:37) Sabie LP 5301, Nostalgia 216, Jazz Connoisseur (I) JCC 84

Issues
Sabie LP 5301 entitled COUNT BASIE FEATURING BEN WEBSTER AND LESTER YOUNG
Nostalgia 216
Jazz Connoisseur (I) JCC 84 (cass) entitled COUNT BASIE ORCHESTRA FEATURING BEN WEBSTER













Broadcast, "Birdland", New York, April 13, 1953

Peace pipe (3,4,6) (2:52) Sabie LP 5301, Nostalgia 216, Jazz Connoisseur (I) JCC 84
Perdido (1) (6:00) Sabie LP 5301, Nostalgia 216, Jazz Connoisseur (I) JCC 84
Bread (4) (3:42) Sabie LP 5301, Nostalgia 216, Jazz Connoisseur (I) JCC 84

Issues
Sabie LP 5301 entitled COUNT BASIE FEATURING BEN WEBSTER AND LESTER YOUNG
Nostalgia 216
Jazz Connoisseur (I) JCC 84 (cass) entitled COUNT BASIE ORCHESTRA FEATURING BEN WEBSTER













Broadcast, "Birdland", New York, April 19, 1953

Falling in love again (7) (3:12) Sabie LP 5301, Nostalgia 216, Jazz Connoisseur (I) JCC 84
New Basie blues (1) (3:25) Sabie LP 5301, Nostalgia 216, Jazz Connoisseur (I) JCC 84
Paradise squat (4) (6:18) Sabie LP 5301, Nostalgia 216, Jazz Connoisseur (I) JCC 84
Sure thing (1) (5:31) Sabie LP 5301, Nostalgia 216, Jazz Connoisseur (I) JCC 84

Issues
Sabie LP 5301 entitled COUNT BASIE FEATURING BEN WEBSTER AND LESTER YOUNG
Nostalgia 216
Jazz Connoisseur (I) JCC 84 (cass) entitled COUNT BASIE ORCHESTRA FEATURING BEN WEBSTER














Dinah Washington
Dinah Washington (voc) Clark Terry (tp) Gus Chappell (tb) Rick Henderson (as) Eddie Lockjaw Davis (ts) Paul Quinichette (ts) Junior Mance or Sleepy Anderson (org) unknown (g) Keeter Betts (b) Ed Thigpen (dr) Candido Camero (bongos)

June 17, 1953 Chicago, IL

9870 Am I blue (3:13) EmArcy MG 36028, EmArcy (J) 195J-49(M), Trip TLP-5516, Official (DK) 3025, Official (DK) 83025, Mercury 834 675-1, Mercury 834 675-2, Past Perfect (D) 220239, Verve 044007 60562
9871 Pennies from heaven (2:17) EmArcy MG 36028, EmArcy (J) 195J-49(M), Trip TLP-5516, Official (DK) 3025, Official (DK) 83025, Mercury 834 675-1, Mercury 834 675-2, Past Perfect (D) 220239, Verve 044007 60562

Note:
On "Am I blue" prob. small group with Paul Quinichette without ELD

Issues
EmArcy MG 36028 entitled DINAH WASHINGTON AFTER HOURS WITH MISS D
EmArcy (J) 195J-49(M) entitled DINAH WASHINGTON AFTER HOURS WITH MISS D
Emarcy EMS2-401 entitled DINAH WASHINGTON THE JAZZ SIDES
Trip TLP-5516 entitled DINAH WASHINGTON AFTER HOURS WITH MISS D
Official (DK) 3025 entitled THE COMPLETE DINAH WASHINGTON VOL.9 1953
Official (DK) 83025 (CD)
Mercury 834 675-1 entitled THE COMPLETE DINAH WASHINGTON ON MERCURY VOL.3 (1952-1954)
Mercury 834 675-2 (CD) entitled THE COMPLETE DINAH WASHINGTON ON MERCURY VOL.3 (1952-1954)
Past Perfect (D) 220239 (cd) entitled HALL OF FAME DINAH WASHINGTON
Verve 044007 60562 (cd) DINAH WASHINGTON AFTER HOURS WITH MISS D
Prob. all titles also on EmArcy MG 26032 and Emarcy EMS2-401
































Dinah Washington
Dinah Washington (voc) prob. Clark Terry (tp) Gus Chappell (tb) Rick Henderson (as) Eddie Lockjaw Davis (ts) Paul Quinichette (ts) Junior Mance or Sleepy Anderson (p) unknown (g) Keeter Betts (b) Ed Thigpen (dr) Candido Camero (bongos)

June – July 1953 prob. Chicago, IL

9920 Set me free (2:28) Mercury MG 20829, Mercury SR 60829, Official (DK) 3025, Official (DK) 83025, Mercury 834 675-1, Mercury 834 675-2
9921 Since my man has gone and went (2:03) Mercury 70284, Jukebox Lil (S) JB-1102, Official (DK) 3025, Official (DK) 83025, Mercury 834 675-1, Mercury 834 675-2

Issues
Mercury 70284
Mercury MG 20829 (mono) entitled DINAH WASHINGTON THE GOOD OLD DAYS
Mercury SR 60829 (stereo) entitled DINAH WASHINGTON THE GOOD OLD DAYS
Jukebox Lil (S) JB-1102 entitled DINAH WASHINGTON „IF YOU DON’T BELIEVE I’M LEAVING“
Official (DK) 3025 entitled THE COMPLETE DINAH WASHINGTON VOL.9 1953
Official (DK) 83025 (CD)
Mercury 834 675-1 entitled THE COMPLETE DINAH WASHINGTON ON MERCURY VOL.3 (1952-1954)
Mercury 834 675-2 (CD) entitled THE COMPLETE DINAH WASHINGTON ON MERCURY VOL.3 (1952-1954)




















Dinah Washington
Dinah Washington (voc) + unknown Orchestra prob. Clark Terry (tp) Gus Chappell (tb) Rick Henderson (as) Eddie Lockjaw Davis (ts) Paul Quinichette (ts) Junior Mance or Sleepy Anderson (p) unknown (g) Keeter Betts (b) Ed Thigpen (dr) Candido Camero (bongos)

Late summer 1953, NYC

10131-4 My man’s an undertaker (2:29) Mercury 70824, Wing LP 12140, Official (DK) 3025, Official (DK) 83025, Mercury 834 675-1, Mercury 834 675-2 (CD)

Issues
Mercury 70824
Wing LP 12140 entitled DINAH WASHINGTON LATE LATE SHOW
Official (DK) 3025 entitled THE COMPLETE DINAH WASHINGTON VOL.9 1953
Official (DK) 83025 (CD)
Mercury 834 675-1 entitled THE COMPLETE DINAH WASHINGTON ON MERCURY VOL.3 (1952-1954)
Mercury 834 675-2 (CD) entitled THE COMPLETE DINAH WASHINGTON ON MERCURY VOL.3 (1952-1954)




























GENE KRUPA
Gene Krupa Sextet : Charlie Shavers (tp) Bill Harris (tb) Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis (ts) Teddy Wilson (p) Ray Brown (b) Gene Krupa (dr)

New York, February 2, 1954

1506-2 Bloozy woozy (3:06) Clef EPC 248, Clef MG C-728, Clef MG C-631, Verve MG V-8107, Verve (F/D) 2615011, Metro (F) 2355009, Columbia (GB) LB 10061, Verve (J) POJJ-1599
1507-4 Windy (3:47) Clef 89119, Clef EPC 248, Clef MG C-631, Clef MG C-631, Verve MG V-8107, Verve (J) POJJ-1599
1508-2 Meddle my minor (3:06) Clef 89119, Clef EPC 248, Clef MG C-728, Clef MG C-631, Verve MG V-8107, Metro (F) 2355009, Columbia (E) LB 10061, Verve (F/D) 2615011, Verve (J) POJJ-1599
1509-4 Who's rhythm Clef (3:57) Clef EPC 247, Clef MG C-728, Clef MG C-631, Verve MG V-8107, Verve V3EIB-8847, Verve (J) POJJ-1599, Verve 833 286-2, Jazz World JW 77026, EmArcy (Eu)833 286-2
1510 unknown title (unissued)
1511-3 Ballad medley (11:46): Dancing in the dark (Wilson) Clef EPC 325, Clef MG C-728, Clef MG C-631, Verve MG V-8107, Verve (J) POJJ-1599
The nearness of you (Harris)
You are too beautiful (Davis)
Tenderly (Brown)
Autumn in New York (Shavers)
1512-1 Second helping blues (5:14) EPC 247, Clef MG C-631, Clef MG C-631, Verve MG V-8107, Verve (J) POJJ-1599

Issues
Clef 89119
Clef EP C-247
Clef EP C-248
Clef EP C-325
Columbia (GB) LB 10061
Verve V3EIB-8847
Verve (F/D) 2615011
Verve (D) 2332 096 entitled THE DRIVING GENE KRUPA
Metro (F) 2355009 entitled JAZZ SPECTRUM Vol. 9 GENE KRUPA
Verve 833 286-2 (cd) entitled GENE KRUPA THE DRUMS
Jazz World JW 77026 (cd)
Clef MG C-631 entitled THE GENE KRUPA SEXTET album #3
Clef MG C-728 entitled THE DRIVING GENE KRUPA
Verve MG V-8107 entitled THE DRIVING GENE KRUPA
Verve (J) POJJ-1599 entitled THE DRIVING GENE KRUPA
EmArcy (Eu)833 286-2 (cd) entitled GENE KRUPA THE DRUMS
Verve 06024 9843535 (cd) entitled SUPERDRUMMERS! (var)

























































Dinah Washington
Dinah Washington (voc) Clark Terry (tp) Gus Chappell (tb) Rick Henderson (as) Eddie Chamblee or Eddie Lockjaw Davis (ts) Paul Quinichette (ts) Junior Mance or Sleepy Anderson (p) unknown (g) Keeter Betts (b) Ed Thigpen (dr)

February/March, 1954 NYC

10242-8 Short John (2:52) Mercury 70329, Wing LP 12140, Official (DK) 3028, Official (DK) 83028, Mercury 834 675-1, Mercury 834 675-2
10243 Old man’s darlin‘ (2:33) Mercury MG 20829, Mercury SR 60829, Official (DK) 3028, Official (DK) 83028, Mercury 834 675-1, Mercury 834 675-2
10244 Love for sale (2:06) EmArcy MG 26032, EmArcy MG 36028, EmArcy (J) 195J-49(M), Emarcy EMS2-401, Trip TLP-5516, Official (DK) 3028, Official (DK) 83028, Mercury 834 675-1, Mercury 834 675-2, Verve 044007 60562
10245-3 Our love is here to stay (2:30) EmArcy MG 26032, EmArcy MG 36028, EmArcy (J) 195J-49(M), Emarcy EMS2-401, Trip TLP-5516, Official (DK) 3028, Official (DK) 83028, Mercury 834 675-1, Mercury 834 675-2, Verve 044007 60562

Issues
Mercury 70329
EmArcy MG 26032 entitled AFTER HOURS WITH MISS D
Wing LP 12140 entitled DINAH WASHINGTON LATE LATE SHOW
Mercury MG 20829 (mono) entitled DINAH WASHINGTON THE GOOD OLD DAYS
Mercury SR 60829 (stereo) entitled DINAH WASHINGTON THE GOOD OLD DAYS
EmArcy MG 36028 entitled AFTER HOURS WITH MISS D
EmArcy (J) 195J-49(M) entitled AFTER HOURS WITH MISS D
Emarcy EMS2-401 entitled DINAH WASHINGTON THE JAZZ SIDES
Trip TLP-5516 entitled AFTER HOURS WITH MISS D
Official (DK) 3028 entitled THE COMPLETE DINAH WASHINGTON VOL.10 1953-1954
Official (DK) 83028 (CD)
Mercury 834 675-1 entitled THE COMPLETE DINAH WASHINGTON ON MERCURY VOL.3 (1952-1954)
Mercury 834 675-2 (CD) entitled THE COMPLETE DINAH WASHINGTON ON MERCURY VOL.3 (1952-1954)
Verve 044007 60562 (cd) entitled DINAH WASHINGTON AFTER HOURS WITH MISS D

Notes
Prob. first 2 tunes also on Emarcy EMS2-401






























































Dinah Washington
Dinah Washington (voc) prob. Clark Terry (tp) Gus Chappell (tb) Rick Henderson (as) Eddie Lockjaw Davis (ts) Paul Quinichette (ts) Junior Mance or Sleepy Anderson (p) George Barnes (g) Keeter Betts (b) Ed Thigpen (dr) unknown voc choir

February/March, 1954 NYC

10386 Such a night (2:31) Mercury 70336, Official (DK) 3028, Official (DK) 83028, Mercury 834 675-1, Mercury 834 675-2
10387 Until sunrise (2:40) Mercury 70336, Mercury MG 20120, Official (DK) 3028, Official (DK) 83028, Mercury 834 675-1, Mercury 834 675-2
10388 One Arabian night (2:27) Mercury MG 20829, Mercury SR 60829, Official (DK) 3028, Official (DK) 83028, Mercury 834 675-1, Mercury 834 675-2

Issues
Mercury 70336
Mercury MG 36120
Mercury MG 20829 (mono) entitled DINAH WASHINGTON THE GOOD OLD DAYS
Mercury SR 60829 (stereo) entitled DINAH WASHINGTON THE GOOD OLD DAYS
Official (DK) 3028 entitled THE COMPLETE DINAH WASHINGTON VOL.10 1953-1954
Official (DK) 83028 (CD)
Mercury 834 675-1 entitled THE COMPLETE DINAH WASHINGTON ON MERCURY VOL.3 (1952-1954)
Mercury 834 675-2 (CD) entitled THE COMPLETE DINAH WASHINGTON ON MERCURY VOL.3 (1952-1954)




































Dinah Washington
Dinah Washington (voc) Clark Terry (tp) Gus Chappell (tb) Rick Henderson (as) Eddie Lockjaw Davis (ts) Jackie Davis (org) Junior Mance (p) Keeter Betts (b) Ed Thigpen (dr) Candido Camero (bongos)

June 15, 1954 NYC

10618-9 I let a song go out of my heart (7:01) EmArcy EP1-6055, EmArcy (GB) EJT 501, EmArcy MG 26032, EmArcy MG 36028, EmArcy (J) 195J-49(M), Emarcy EMS2-401, Trip TLP-5516, Official (DK) 3028, Official (DK) 83028 (CD), Mercury 834 675-1, Mercury 834 675-2, Verve 044007 60562
10619-11 A foggy day (7:58) EmArcy EP1-6055, EmArcy (GB) EJT 501, EmArcy MG 26032, EmArcy MG 36028, EmArcy (J) 195J-49(M), Emarcy EMS2-401, Trip TLP-5516, Official (DK) 3028, Official (DK) 83028 (CD), Mercury 834 675-1, Mercury 834 675-2, Verve 044007 60562
10620-4 Bye bye blues (6:58) EmArcy EP1-6054, EmArcy MG 26032, EmArcy MG 36028, EmArcy (J) 195J-49(M), Emarcy EMS2-401, Trip TLP-5516, Verve 314 518200-2, Official (DK) 3028, Official (DK) 83028 (CD), Mercury 834 675-1, Mercury 834 675-2, Verve 044007 60562
10621-5 Blue skies (7:51) EmArcy EP1-6054, Mercury 842 826-2, EmArcy MG 26032, EmArcy MG 36028, EmArcy (J) 195J-49(M), Emarcy EMS2-401, Trip TLP-5516, Mercury (J) 25PJ-58 (Mercury (J) 824 116-1, Mercury (J) 30JD 22/25, Official (DK) 3036, Official (DK) 83036 (CD), Mercury 834 675-1, Mercury 834 675-2, Mercury 314-514841-2, Past Perfect (D) 220239 (cd), Verve 044007 60562
10621-? Blue skies (10:55) (unedited version) Verve 044007 60562

Notes
some of the CD versions contain the unedited version of “Blue skies” as well. Which ones could not be verified.

Issues
EmArcy EP1-6054
EmArcy EP1-6055
EmArcy (GB) EJT 501
EmArcy MG 26032 entitled DINAH WASHINGTON AFTER HOURS WITH MISS D
EmArcy MG 36028 entitled DINAH WASHINGTON AFTER HOURS WITH MISS D
EmArcy (J) 195J-49(M) entitled DINAH WASHINGTON AFTER HOURS WITH MISS D
Emarcy EMS2-401 entitled DINAH WASHINGTON THE JAZZ SIDES
Trip TLP-5516 entitled DINAH WASHINGTON AFTER HOURS WITH MISS D
Mercury (J) 25PJ-58 (Mercury (J) 824 116-1) entitled MERCURY V.S.O.P.Album (various)
Mercury (J) 30JD 22/25
Official (DK) 3036 entitled THE COMPLETE DINAH WASHINGTON VOL.11 1954
Official (DK) 83036 (CD)
Official (DK) 3028 entitled THE COMPLETE DINAH WASHINGTON VOL.10 1953-1954
Official (DK) 83028 (CD)
Mercury 834 675-1 entitled THE COMPLETE DINAH WASHINGTON ON MERCURY VOL.3 (1952-1954)
Mercury 834 675-2 (CD) entitled THE COMPLETE DINAH WASHINGTON ON MERCURY VOL.3 (1952-1954)
Mercury 842 826-2 (CD)
Verve 314 518200-2 (CD) entitled ‘S MARVELOUS (various)
Mercury 314-514841-2 (CD)
Past Perfect (D) 220239 (cd) entitled HALL OF FAME DINAH WASHINGTON
Verve 044007 60562 (cd) entitled DINAH WASHINGTON AFTER HOURS WITH MISS D

Notes: 10621-5 : edited (Jackie Davis and Candido out)










































Eddie ”Lockjaw” Davis
Prob. Eddie ”Lockjaw” Davis (ts) Don Bagby (org) Charlie Rice (dr)

NYC 1954

R1228(?) Too marvelous for words Royal Roost 600
R1229(?) Heartaches Royal Roost 600

Note
According to booklet of Classics (F) 71443 the two titles were not found

Issues
Royal Roost 600


Eddie Davis / Sonny Stitt
Eddie Davis, Sonny Stitt (ts) Doc Bagby (org) Charlie Rice (dr)

Live, "Birdland", New York, ca. spring 1954

Marchin' (8:45) Royal Roost LP 1203, Vogue (GB) VJD 548, Roulette CDP 7.97507-2, Cool & Blue (CH) C&B-CD104
S.O.S. (8:50) Royal Roost LP 1203, Vogue (GB) VJD 548, Roulette CDP 7.97507-2, Cool & Blue (CH) C&B-CD104
Jaws (9:55) Royal Roost LP 1203, Vogue (GB) VJD 548, Roulette CDP 7.97507-2, Cool & Blue (CH) C&B-CD104
I can't get started (7:21) Royal Roost LP 1203, Vogue (GB) VJD 548, Roulette CDP 7.97507-2, Cool & Blue (CH) C&B-CD104
Rollercoaster (9:06) Phoenix Jazz LP 19, Roulette CDP 7.97507-2, Cool & Blue (CH) C&B-CD104
All the things you are (8:23) Phoenix Jazz LP 19, Roulette CDP 7.97507-2, Cool & Blue (CH) C&B-CD104
Whoops (8:17) Phoenix Jazz LP 19, Roulette CDP 7.97507-2, Cool & Blue (CH) C&B-CD104
Don't blame me (7:51) Phoenix Jazz LP 19, Roulette CDP 7.97507-2, Cool & Blue (CH) C&B-CD104
Indiana (unissued)
Lullaby of Birdland (unissued)
Hoagie (unissued)
Strawberries and cream (unissued)
Bop, mop, flop (unissued)

Issues
Roost LP 1203 entitled SONNY STITT EDDIE DAVE THE BATTLE OF BIRDLAND
Vogue (GB) VJD 548 entitled EDDIE ‘LOCKJAW‘ DAVIS HEY LOCK!
Roulette CDP 7.97507-2 (cd) entitled JAWS & STITT AT BIRDLAND
Cool & Blue (CH) C&B-CD104 (cd) entitled TENOR BATTLE AT BIRDLAND SONNY STITT & EDDIE DAVIS



















































Sonny Stitt out, rest poss. same

? "Birdland", New York, c. spring 1954

Metalmouth (6:30) Vogue (GB) VJD 548
Locked in (6:05) Vogue (GB) VJD 548
Hey Jim (5:50) Vogue (GB) VJD 548
Beano (5:05) Vogue (GB) VJD 548

Issues
Vogue (GB) VJD 548 entitled EDDIE ‘LOCKJAW‘ DAVIS HEY LOCK!













Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis Trio
Eddie Davis (ts) Doc Bagby (org) Charlie Rice (dr)

Cincinnati, OH, April 11, 1955

K-9602 There's a small hotel (2:43) King LP 606, Swingtime/Contact (DK) ST 1021, Classics (F) 71443
K-9603-1 Bean-O (2:44) King 4801, King EP 372, King LP 506, President (F) KVP 115, Parlophone (GB) GEP 8678, King KCD 506, Classics (F) 71443
K-9604-1 This is always (2:52) King 4801, King EP 372, King LP 506, KCD 506, President (F) KVP 115, Classics (F) 71443
K-9605 Leaping on Lenox (3:34) King LP 506, King KCD 506, President (F) KVP 115, Classics (F) 71443
K-9606-1 Tenderly (3:45) King 4928, King LP 506, King KCD 506, President(F) KVP 115, President (F) PRC 144, Classics (F) 71443

King 4801
King 4928
King EP 372 entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS
King LP 506 entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS MODERN JAZZ EXPRESSION
King LP 606 entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS UPTOWN
King KCD 506 (cd) entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS MODERN JAZZ EXPRESSION
President (F) KVP 115 entitled "Petite musique de minuit pour la danse".
Parlophone (GB) GEP 8678 entitled LOCKJAW THE EDDIE DAVIS TRIO
Swingtime/Contact (DK) ST 1021 entitled EDDIE DAVIS...UPTOWN
Classics (F) 71443 (cd)entitled EDDIE LOCKJAW DAVIS 1953 - 1955




































EDDIE DAVIS
Eddie Davis (ts) Doc Bagby (org) Charlie Rice (dr)

Cincinnati, OH, April 19, 1955

K-9607 I'll remember April (2:58) King LP 506, King KCD 506, President (F) KVP 115, Parlophone (GB) GEP 8678, Classics (F) 71443
K-9608 Moonlight in Vermont (3:28) King LP 506, King KCD 506, President (F) KVP 115, President (F) PRC 144, Parlophone (GB) GEP 8678, Classics (F) 71443
K-9609 Yesterdays (2:19) King LP 606, Swingtime/Contact (DK) ST 1021, Classics (F) 71443
K-9610 Little white lies (2:48) LP 526, King LP 637, Classics (F) 71443
K-9611 Out of nowhere unissued
K-9612 You go to my head (3:14) LP 506, King KCD 506, President (GB) KVP 115, President (F) PRC 144, Classics (F) 71443
K-9613 What is this thing called love (2:34) King LP 526, King LP 637, Parlophone (GB) GEP 8685, Classics (F) 71443
K-9614 Holler (2:33) King LP 599, Classics (F) 71443
K-9615 Tickle toe (2:22) King LP 599, Classics (F) 71443
K-9616 Punch (2:27) King 4813, King LP 599, Classics (F) 71443
K-9617 Smooth ride (Fireball) (2:37) King LP 606, Swingtime/Contact (DK) ST 1021, Classics (F) 71443

Issues
King 4813
King LP 506 entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS MODERN JAZZ EXPRESSION
King KCD 506 (cd) entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS MODERN JAZZ EXPRESSION
King LP 606 entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS UPTOWN
King LP 526 entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS JAZZ WITH A HORN
King LP 599 entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS BIG BEAT JAZZ
King LP 637 entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS THIS AND THAT
Sing KCD 506 (cd) entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS MODERN JAZZ EXPRESSION
President (F) KVP 115 entitled "Petite musique de minuit pour la danse".
President (F) PRC 144  entitled Eddie "LOCKJAW" Davis
Parlophone (GB) GEP 8678 entitled LOCKJAW THE EDDIE DAVIS TRIO
Parlophone (GB) GEP 8685 entitled EDDIE ‘LOCK-jaw‘ DAVIS
Swingtime/Contact (DK) ST 1021 entitled EDDIE DAVIS...UPTOWN
Classics (F) 71443 (cd) entitled EDDIE LOCKJAW DAVIS 1953 - 1955











































Battle of the organs
Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis (ts) Doc Bagby (org) Clifford Bush (g) Charlie Rice (dr)

Cincinnati, Oh., April 20, 1955
K-9618-1 I want a little girl (2:24) King 4823, King LP 631, Classics (F) 71443
K-9619-1 Hayride (2:15) King 4804, King LP 631, Classics (F) 71443
K-9620-1 Soft one (2:52) King 4823, King LP 631, Odéon (F) XOC 146, Classics (F) 71443
K-9621-1 Grinding (2:26) King 4804, King LP 631, Classics (F) 71443
K-9622 Johnny come lately (2:09) King LP 506, King KCD 506, President (F) KVP 115, Parlophone (GB) GEP 8678
K-9623 Dizzy atmosphere (2:10) King LP 506, King 4828, King KCD 506, President(F) KVP 115
K-9624 Just friends King LP 526, King LP 637
K-9625 It's the talk of the town (2:31) 4813, King EP 372, King LP 506, KCD 506, President (F) KVP 115

Note
First 4 titles issued as by Don Bagby

Issues
King 4804
King 4813
King 4823
King 4828
King EP 372 entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS
King LP 506 entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS MODERN JAZZ EXPRESSION
King KCD 506 (cd) entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS MODERN JAZZ EXPRESSION
King LP 526 entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS JAZZ WITH A HORN
King LP 631 entitled BATTLE OF THE ORGANS (var)
King LP 637 entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS THIS AND THAT
Sing KCD 506 (cd) entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS MODERN JAZZ EXPRESSION
President (F) KVP 115 entitled "Petite musique de minuit pour la danse".
Odéon (F) XOC 146 entitled ténor sax parade (var)
Parlophone (GB) GEP 8678 entitled LOCKJAW THE EDDIE DAVIS TRIO
Classics (F) 71443 entitled EDDIE LOCKJAW DAVIS 1953 - 1955

King LP 506








































EDDIE SNOW
Eddie Snow (vcl,p) acc by Bennie Moore (as) Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis (ts) Floyd Murphy (g) Jeff Greyer (dr)

Memphis, July 19, 1955

U-160-1 Ain't that right (2:38) Sun (unknown number)Charly (GB) Box 105, Charly (GB) CDSUNBOX, Bear Family (D) BCD 15801 DI, R & R/Charly (GB) FBUBX 002
U-160-2 Ain't that right (2:39) Sun 226, Charly (E) CRB 1061, Charly (GB) CR 30114, Redita (NL) RLP-111
U-161 Bring your love back home (to me) (3:16) Sun 226, Charly (GB) Box 105, Charly (GB) CDSUNBOX, Charly (GB) CR 30114, Bear Family (D) BCD 15801 DI
U-161 Bring your love back home to me (alt take) (3:11) ?? (unissued)
U-161 Bring your love back home to me (alt take) (unissued)
Don’t dog me around (2:48)
(take 1) Mean mean woman Charly (GB) CDSUNBOX
(take 1) Stay with me baby Charly (GB) CDSUNBOX
Sorry little baby Charly (GB) CD 38
Who's been drinking my wine Charly (GB) CD 38

Note
unknown which takes of U-161 are issued on Sun and on CD Sun Boxes

Issues
Sun 226
Charly (E) CRB 1061
Charly (GB) CR 30114 entitled SUN THE ROOTS OF ROCK, Vol.7 SUN BLUES
Redita (NL) RLP-111
Charly (GB) Box 105 entitled SUN THE ROOTS OF ROCK (var)
Charly (GB) CDSUNBOX entitled SUN THE ROOTS OF ROCK (var)
Charly (GB) CD 38 (cd)
Bear Family (D) BCD 15801 DI (cd) entitled THE COMPLETE SUN SINGLES (var)
R & R/Charly (GB) FBUBX 002 (cd) entitled SUN RECORD COMPANY 50 GOLDEN YEARS (var)












EDDIE DAVIS
Eddie Davis (ts) Doc Bagby (org) Charlie Rice (dr)

Cincinnati, Oh., August 16, 1955

K-9680-1 The way you look tonight (2:37) King 4904, LP 506, KCD 506, President(F) KVP 115, Parlophone (GB) GEP 8587
K-9681-1 Together (2:14) King 4863, King LP 606, Parlophone (GB) GEP 8578, Swingtime/Contact (DK) ST 1021
K-9682-1 A foggy day (1:58) King 4863, LP 506, King KCD 506, President (F) KVP 115, Parlophone (GB) GEP 8587
K-9683-1 I don't know why, I just do King LP 599, King 4832
K-9684 It's a pity to say goodbye King LP 599, King 4832
K-9685 Hey Jim King LP 599
K-9686 Night and day (2:36) King LP 606, Swingtime/Contact (DK) ST 1021
K-9687-1 Scatter King LP 599, King 4909, Parlophone (GB) GEP 8587

King 4904
King 4863
King 4832
King 4909
King LP 506 entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS MODERN JAZZ EXPRESSION
King LP 599 entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS BIG BEAT JAZZ
Sing (GB) LP 506
King KCD 506 (cd) entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS MODERN JAZZ EXPRESSION
Parlophone (GB) GEP 8587 entitled THE EDDIE ‘LOCKJAW‘ DAVIS TRIO
Parlophone (GB) GEP 8578 entitled LOCKJAW THE EDDIE DAVIS TRIO
President (F) KVP 115 entitled "Petite musique de minuit pour la danse".
Swingtime/Contact (DK) ST 1021 entitled EDDIE DAVIS...UPTOWN








































EDDIE DAVIS
Eddie Davis (ts) Doc Bagby (org) Charlie Rice (dr)

New York, February 2-3, 1956
K-8724 Love for sale King LP 526, LP 637
K-8725 People will say we're in love (2:54) King LP 526, King LP 637, Bethlehem BCP 6069
K-8726 Whispering (2:44) King LP 526, LP 637, Parlophone (GB) GEP 8685
K-8727 Things ain't what they used to be King LP 599
K-8728 Our love is here to stay (2:41) King LP 526, King LP 637
K-8729 You are too beautiful (2:28) King LP 526, King LP 637, Parlophone (GB) GEP 8685, Bethlehem BCP 6069, Affinity (GB) AFF 153, Atlantis ATSD 14
K-8730 Man with a horn (2:27) King LP 526, King LP 637, President (F) PRC 144
K-8731 All the things you are (2:27) King LP 526, King LP 637, Parlophone (GB) GEP 8585, Bethlehem BEP 6069, Affinity (GB) AFF 153
K-8732 I wanna be loved (2:16) King LP526, King LP 637, Bethlehem BCP 6069, Affinity (GB) AFF 153
K-8733 You've been alone too long King LP 526, King LP 637
K-8734 Lady bird (2:48) King LP 599, Bethlehem BCP 6069, Affinity (GB) AFF 153
K-8735 Satin doll (3:15) King LP 599, Bethlehem BCP 6069, Affinity (GB) AFF 153


King LP 526 entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS JAZZ WITH A HORN
King LP 599 entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS BIG BEAT JAZZ
King LP 637 entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS THIS AND THAT
Parlophone (GB) GEP 8685 entitled EDDIE ‘Lock-jaw‘ DAVIS
President (F) PRC 144  entitled Eddie "LOCKJAW" Davis
Bethlehem BCP 6039 entitled THE BEST OF EDDIE LOCKJAW DAVIS
Same also on Bethlehem BCP 6035 (new series) entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS function FEATURING SHIRLEY SCOTT
Affinity (GB) AFF 153 entitlted EDDIE ”LOCKJAW DAVIS” EDDIE’S FUNCTION
Atlantis ATSD 14 (cd) entitled THE HORN (various)



















EDDIE DAVIS
Eddie Davis (ts) Shirley Scott (org) Charlie Rice (dr)

New York, July 16, 1956

K-8789 The happy whistler (2:14) King 4966, King LP 606, Swingtime/Contact (DK) ST 1021
K-8790 Scotty roo (2:12) King 5164, King LP 566, King LP 837, Bethlehem BCP 6069, Affinity (GB) AFF 153
K-8791 I need ya' King LP 566
K-8792 Tiajuana (2:42) King LP 566, Bethlehem 3026, BCP 6069, Affinity (GB) AFF 153
K-8793 Blues in the night King LP 566
K-8794 Teach me tonight King LP 566, King 4966

King 4966
King 5164
King LP 566 entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS JAZZ WITH A BEAT
King LP 606 entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS UPTOWN
King LP 837 entitled "THE GIANTS OF JAZZ ORGAN" (issued under Shirley Scott's name)
Bethlehem BCP 6039 entitled THE BEST OF EDDIE LOCKJAW DAVIS
Same also on Bethlehem BCP 6035(new series) entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS Eddie's function FEAUTURING SHIRLEY SCOTT
Affinity (GB) AFF 153
Swingtime/Contact (DK) ST 1021 entitled EDDIE DAVIS...UPTOWN















EDDIE DAVIS
Eddie Davis (ts) Shirley Scott (org) Charlie Rice (dr) Carl Pruitt (b) Ray Barretto (cga)

New York, January 22, 1957

K-8832 I wished on the moon (5:00) King LP 566, Bethlehem 3026
K-8833 Speak low King LP 566, King 5025
K-8834 Sheila (3:08) King LP 566
K-8835 Ebb tide (2:42) King LP 566, King LP 837, Bethlehem BCP 6069

King 5025
King LP 566 entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS JAZZ WITH A BEAT
King LP 837 entitled "THE GIANTS OF JAZZ ORGAN" (issued under Shirley Scott's name)
Bethlehem 3026
Bethlehem BCP 6039 entitled THE BEST OF EDDIE LOCKJAW DAVIS
Same also on Bethlehem BCP 6035 (new series) entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS Eddie's function FEAUTURING SHIRLEY SCOTT
















EDDIE DAVIS
Eddie Davis (ts) Shirley Scott (org) Charlie Rice (dr) Carl Pruitt (b) Ray Barretto (cga)

New York, February 5, 1957

K-8836 Say what? King LP 566, King 5980
K-8837 From this moment on (4:24) King LP 599
K-8838 It ain't necessarily so King LP 566, King 5026
K-8839 Eddie's function (2:36) King LP 566, King 5164, Bethlehem BCP 6069, Affinity (GB) AFF 153

King 5980
King 5026
King 5164
King LP 506 entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS MODERN JAZZ EXPRESSION
King LP 526 entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS JAZZ WITH A HORN
King LP 566 entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS JAZZ WITH A BEAT
King LP 599 entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS BIG BEAT JAZZ
King LP 606 entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS UPTOWN
King LP 637 entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS THIS AND THAT
King LP 665 entitled A BATTLE OF SAXES (var)
Bethlehem BCP 6069 entitled The best of Eddie Lockjaw Davis
Same also on Bethlehem BCP 6035(new series) entitled EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS Eddie's function FEATURING SHIRLEY SCOTT
Affinity (GB) AFF 153




Count Basie and his Orchestra
Wendell Culley, Snooky Young, Thad Jones, Joe Newman (tp) Henry Coker, Al Grey, Benny Powell (tb) Marshall Royal (as,cl) Frank Wess (ts,as,fl) Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, Frank Foster (ts) Charlie Fowlkes (bar) Count Basie (p) Freddy Green (g) Eddie Jones (b) Sonny Payne (dr)

1957

Swingin' the blues Curcio/I Giganti del Jazz (I) GJ-18
9:20 special Curcio/I Giganti del Jazz (I) GJ-18
Jumpin' at the Woodside Curcio/I Giganti del Jazz (I) GJ-18
St. Louis blues Curcio/I Giganti del Jazz (I) GJ-18
It needs to be beed with Curcio/I Giganti del Jazz (I) GJ-18

Issues
Curcio/I Giganti del Jazz (I) GJ-18 entitled COUNT BASIE DAVE LAMBERT JON HENDRICKS ANNIE ROSS
All also on Europa Jazz (I) EJ 1015 entitled COUNT BASIE DAVE LAMBERT JON HENDRICKS ANNIE ROSS
All also on Sarpe (E)18










Curcio / I Giganti del Jazz (I) GJ-18

 Europa Jazz (I) EJ 1015



Count Basie and his Orchestra
Wendell Culley, Snooky Young, Thad Jones, Joe Newman (tp) Henry Coker, Al Grey, Benny Powell (tb) Marshall Royal (as,cl) Frank Wess (ts,as,fl) Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, Frank Foster (ts) Charlie Fowlkes (bar) Count Basie (p) Freddy Green (g) Eddie Jones (b) Sonny Payne (dr) Dave Lambert (voc) Jon Hendricks (voc) Annie Ross (voc)

Prob. 1957

Li’l darlin‘Curcio/I Giganti del Jazz (I) GJ-18
Rusty dusty blues Curcio/I Giganti del Jazz (I) GJ-18
Popity pop Curcio/I Giganti del Jazz (I) GJ-18

Issues
Curcio/I Giganti del Jazz (I) GJ-18 entitled COUNT BASIE DAVE LAMBERT JON HENDRICKS ANNIE ROSS
All also on Europa Jazz (I) EJ 1015 entitled COUNT BASIE DAVE LAMBERT JON HENDRICKS ANNIE ROSS












Curcio / I Giganti del Jazz (I) GJ-18










Europa Jazz (I) EJ 1015


Count Basie and his Orchestra
Prob. Al Porcino (tp) Thad Jones, Joe Newman (tp) Harry Edison (tp) Henry Coker (tb), Al Grey (tb) , Richard Boone (tb,voc) Marshall Royal (as,cl) Frank Wess (ts,as,fl) Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, Frank Foster (ts) Charlie Fowlkes (bar) Count Basie (p) Freddy Green (g) Eddie Jones (b) Sonny Payne (dr)

Prob. 1957

Li’l darlin‘ (3:39) Echo Jazz EJCD 03
Swingin‘ shepherd blues (3:42) Echo Jazz EJCD 03
I can’t stop loving you (4:39) Echo Jazz EJCD 03
Corner pocket (5:21) Echo Jazz EJCD 03
Magpie (later Nasty Magnus) (3:46) Echo Jazz EJCD 03
I’m beginning to see the light (6:03) Echo Jazz EJCD 03
Ceaseless blues (6:16) Echo Jazz EJCD 03
Blues in Hoss‘ flat (4:43) Echo Jazz EJCD 03
The midnight sun never sets (3:06) Echo Jazz EJCD 03
Things ain’t what they used to be (5:32) Echo Jazz EJCD 03
Macy (4:13) Echo Jazz EJCD 03
Boone’s blue (voc RB) (4:41) Echo Jazz EJCD 03
Oh, so nice (4:20) Echo Jazz EJCD 03
Hayburner (3:32) Echo Jazz EJCD 03
Mint julip (4:09) Echo Jazz EJCD 03

Issues
Echo Jazz EJCD 03 (CD) entitled THE COUNT BASIE ORCHESTRA














Count Basie and his Orchestra
Thad Jones, Joe Newman, Snooky Young, Wendell Culley (tp) Henry Coker, Al Grey, Benny Powell (tb) Marshall Royal (as,cl) Frank Wess (as,fl) Frank Foster, Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis (ts) Charlie Fowlkes (bar) Count Basie (p) Freddy Green (g) Eddie Jones (b) Sonny Payne (dr) Joe Williams (vcl)

New York, September 19, 1957

12419-6 Gee baby ain't I good to you (jw vcl) (2:28) Roulette EPR 1510, Roulette R 52033, Columbia (GB) SEG 7810, Sonet (DK) SXP 2012, Emus ES 12006, Roulette R 4039, Vogue (GB) VJD 53, Vogue (F) DP 12, Vogue (F) VG 304, Vogue (F) 304 400012, Vogue (F) 509093, Music for pleasure (GB) MFP 1011, Roulette SR 42015, Bellaphon (D) BJS 40170, Major Minor (GB) SRCP 3000, Vogue (F) CVR 56012, Mosaic MD10-149
12420-5 Confessin' blues (2:46) Mosaic MD10-149
12421-5 Love my baby (3:56) Mosaic MD10-149
12422-5 J and B (2:44) Mosaic MD10-149

Issues
Roulette EPR 1510
Columbia (GB) SEG 7810
Sonet (DK) SXP 2012
Emus ES 12006
Vogue (GB) VJD 53
Vogue (F) DP 12
Vogue (F) VG 304
Vogue (F) 304 400012
Vogue (F) 509093
Music for pleasure (GB) MFP 1011
Roulette R 4039
Roulette R 52033 (mono) = Roulette SR 52033 (stereo) entitled Everyday I HAVE THE BLUES JOE WILLIAMS COUNT BASIE AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Mosaic MD10-149 (cd) entitled THE COMPLETE STUDIO RECORDINGS OF COUNT BASIE AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Roulette CDRROU 1046 (CD) entitled THE BEST OF THE ROULETTE YEARS (unknown titles)
Roulette SR 42015
Bellaphon (D) BJS 40170
Major Minor (GB) SRCP 3000
Vogue (F) CVR 56012
Prob. Also on Roulette CD with this number 5099950482627

















 


BASIE E=MC2 = COUNT BASIE ORCHESTRA + NEAL HEFTI ARRANGEMENTS
Thad Jones, Joe Newman, Snooky Young, Wendell Culley (tp) Henry Coker, Al Grey, Benny Powell (tb) Marshall Royal (as,cl) Frank Wess (as,fl) Frank Foster, Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis (ts) Charlie Fowlkes (bar) Count Basie (p) Freddy Green (g) Eddie Jones (b) Sonny Payne (dr) Joe Williams (vcl) Neal Hefti (arr)

New York, October 21, 1957

12468 Flight of the foo birds (3:21) Roulette EPR 1520, Roulette REP 1309, Roulette R 52003, Columbia (GB) SEG 7863, Columbia (GB) ESG 7774, Roulette (S) REP 1023, Roulette (Eu) 2682 047, Roulette (Eu) 2683 013, Jazz Society 670503
12469 Double-O (2:44) Roulette R 52003, Roulette (S) REP 1023, Sonet (DK) SPX 2016, Mode (F) MDR 9166
12470 Li'l darling (4:47) Roulette R 4040, Roulette ESR 1521, Roulette S 8006, Roulette SR 42009, Roulette R 52003, Roulette R 52050, Roulette R 52111, Roulette RE 102, Roulette (Eu) 2682 047, Roulette (S) REP 1022, Vogue (F) CLVLXR 600A, Vogue (F) VG 304 416039, Vogue (F) VG 509, Vogue (F) 817079, Pye (GB) ND-5004, Vogue (B) VK 29, Franklin Mint FM 71, P.R.T. (GB) 7VJ 101, I Grandi del Jazz (I) GdJ 17, Sonet (DK) SXP 2016, Roulette SR 42015, Bellaphon (D) BJS 40170, Major Minor (GB) SRCP 3000, Vogue (F) CVR 56012, Roulette 7243 4 97871 2 4
12471 Whirly-bird (3:48) Roulette EP 1309, Roulette EPR 1520, Roulette SR 42009, Roulette R 52111, Roulette R 52003, Columbia (GB) SEG 7975, Columbia (GB) ESG 7787, Sonet (DK) SXP 2837, Roulette (Eu) 2682 030, Roulette (Eu) 2682 047, Roulette (S) REP 1023, Vogue (F) CDVR 104, Vogue (B) VK 29, PYE (GB) GH 873, Roulette SR 42015, Bellaphon (D) BJS 40170, Major Minor (GB) SRCP 3000, Vogue (F) CVR 56012
12572 Duet (4:09) Roulette REP 1023, Roulette REP 1309, Roulette EPR 1520, Roulette (F) VREX.65009, Roulette R 52003, Columbia (GB) SEG 7863, Roulette (Eu) 2683 013, Roulette SR 42015, Bellaphon (D) BJS 40170, Major Minor (GB) SRCP 3000, Vogue (F) CVR 56012
12473 The kid from Red Bank (2:38) Roulette R 4040, Roulette REP 1309, Roulette R 52111, Roulette R 52003, Columbia (GB) SEG 7863, Columbia (GB) ESG 7774, Sonet (DK) SXP 2016, Vogue (F) CDVR 104, Vogue (B) VK 29, Time-Life STL J 22, Roulette SR 42015, Roulette (Eu) 2683 013, Bellaphon (D) BJS 40170, Major Minor (GB) SRCP 3000, Vogue (F) CVR 56012
12474 Midnite blue (4:25) Roulette (F) VREX.65009, Roulette R 52003, I Grandi del Jazz (I) GdJ 17
12475 Teddy the toad (3:16) Roulette R 52003, Columbia (GB) SEG 7863, Columbia (GB) ESG 7774, Vogue (B) VK 29, Roulette 7243 4 97871 2 4


New York, October 22, 1957

12476-10 The late late show (vcl version) (3:01) (?) Vogue (F) 660519-1, Roulette 7243 4 97871 2 4
12477-4 Silks and satin (4:03)
12478-4 Sleepwalker's serenade (3:34)
12478-6 Sleepwalker's serenade (3:36)
12479-4 The late late show (alt take) (2:49)
12480-6 Splanky (3:35) Roulette R 52003
12481-5 Fan tail (2:53) Roulette R 52003
12482-6 After supper (3:23) Roulette R 52003

Issues
Roulette R 4040
Roulette REP 1023
Roulette EPR 1520
Roulette ESR 1521
Roulette REP 1309
Roulette S 8006
Roulette SR 42009 entitled BASIE / FANTAIL
Roulette (S) REP 1023
Roulette (F) VREX.65009 ORIGINAL COUNT BASIE (LIL' DARLIN')
Columbia (GB) SEG 7863
Columbia (GB) SEG 7975 entitled THE ATOMIC Mr. BASIE COUNT BASIE AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Columbia (GB) ESG 7774
Columbia (GB) ESG 7787
Same as on Roulette R 52003 also on Columbia (GB) 33SX-1084 entitled THE ATOMIC Mr. BASIE COUNT BASIE AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Roulette (Eu) 2682 047 entitled THE BEST OF BASIE COUNT BASIE & HIS ORCHESTRA
Roulette (Eu) 2683 013 entitled THE KID FROM RED BAND VOLUME 2 COUNT BASIE & HIS ORCHESTRA
Sonet (DK) SPX 2016
Mode (F) MDR 9166
Roulette RE 102
Roulette (Eu) 2682 030
Roulette (Eu) 2682 047
Roulette (S) REP 1022
Vogue (F) CLVLXR 600A
Vogue (F) VG 304 416039
Vogue (F) VG 509
Vogue (F) 817079
Vogue (B) VK 29
Vogue (F) CDVR 104
Pye (GB) ND-5004 RONNIE SCOTTS 20th ANNIVERSARY ALBUM (various)
PYE (GB) GH 873
Franklin Mint FM 71
P.R.T. (GB) 7VJ 101
I Grandi del Jazz (I) GdJ 17 entitled COUNT BASIE
Same also on on Giants of Jazz (I) (cd) unknown number entitled ATOMIC BASIE
Time-Life STL J 22 entitled GIANTS OF JAZZ COUNT BASIE
Roulette R 52003 (mono) = Roulette SR 52003 (stereo) = Roulette (J) YW-7831-RO entitled BASIE E=MC2 = COUNT BASIE ORCHESTRA + NEAL HEFTI ARRANGEMENTS
Roulette R 52050 (mono) = Roulette SR 52050 (stereo)
Roulette R 52111 (mono) = Roulette SR 52111 (stereo)
Complete session also on Roulette (F) BASIE 1
Complete session also on Roulette CDP 7.828635-2 (cd)
Complete session also on EMI/Roulette CDP 7.93273-2 (cd)
Complete session also on Giants of Jazz (I) GoJCD 53040 entitled ATOMIC BASIE
Jazz Society 670503
Complete session alos on Precision (GB) NFP5503 entitled BASIE E=MC2 = COUNT BASIE ORCHESTRA + NEAL HEFTI ARRANGEMENTS
Complete session on Mosaic MD10-149 (cd) entitled THE COMPLETE STUDIO RECORDINGS OF COUNT BASIE AND HIS ORCHESTRA
All titles except 12475 also on Historia (D) DLP2-770
Roulette SR 42015
Bellaphon (D) BJS 40170
Major Minor (GB) SRCP 3000
Vogue (F) CVR 56012
Roulette 7243 4 97871 2 4 entitled COUNT BASIE ATOMIC SWING
Roulette (J) YS-2796-RO entitled BASIE E=MC2 = COUNT BASIE ORCHESTRA + NEAL HEFTI ARRANGEMENTS
Roulette/Classic Records R 52003 entitled BASIE E=MC2 = COUNT BASIE ORCHESTRA + NEAL HEFTI ARRANGEMENTS

 



















Count Basie and his Orchestra
Thad Jones, Joe Newman, Snooky Young, Wendell Culley (tp) Henry Coker, Al Grey, Benny Powell (tb) Marshall Royal (as,cl) Frank Wess (as,fl) Frank Foster, Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis (ts) Charlie Fowlkes (bar) Count Basie (p) Freddy Green (g) Eddie Jones (b) Sonny Payne (dr) Joe Williams (vcl)

Concert, "L'Olympia", Paris, (F) November 9, 1957

Lovely baby (= Love me, baby) (3:07) Magic (F) AWE 13, AWE 13 CD
Duet (3:43) Magic (F) AWE 13, AWE 13 CD
Whirly bird (5:32) Magic (F) AWE 13, AWE 13 CD, Fresh Sound (E) FS-0553
You are too beautiful (unissued)
The kid from Red Bank (3:49) Magic (F) AWE 13, AWE 13 CD
Gee, baby ain't I good to you (jw vcl) (2:19) Magic (F) AWE 13, AWE 13 CD
One o' clock jump (0:49) Magic (F) AWE 13, AWE 13 CD

Little pony (2:45) Magic (F) AWE 13, AWE 13 CD, Fresh Sound (E) FS-0553
Corner pocket (5:25) Magic (F) AWE 13, AWE 13 CD
Blee blop blues (2:28) Magic (F) AWE 13, AWE 13 CD
Nails (3:21) Magic (F) AWE 13, AWE 13 CD
Well, alright, O.K., you win (jw vcl) (3:02) Magic (F) AWE 13, AWE 13 CD
Roll 'em (jw vcl) (2:41) Magic (F) AWE 13, AWE 13 CD
Ol' Man River (5:46) Magic (F) AWE 13, AWE 13 CD
Spring is here Magic (F) AWE 13 CD
Why not Magic (F) AWE 13 CD

Issues:
Magic (F) AWE 13 entitled COUNT BASIE AND HIS ORCHESTRA FEATURING JOE WILLIAMS „AUTUMN IN PARIS“
Magic AWE 13 CD (cd) entitled COUNT BASIE AND THE ORCHESTRA AUTUMN IN PARIS
Fresh Sound (E) FS-0553 (cd) entitled COUNT BASIE PRESENTS THE TENOR OF EDDIE “LOCKJAW” DAVIS



Count Basie and his Orchestra
Thad Jones, Joe Newman, Snooky Young, Wendell Culley (tp) Henry Coker, Al Grey, Benny Powell (tb) Marshall Royal (as,cl) Frank Wess (as,fl) Frank Foster, Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis (ts) Charlie Fowlkes (bar) Count Basie (p) Freddy Green (g) Eddie Jones (b) Sonny Payne (dr) Joe Williams (vcl)

Concert, "L'Olympia", Paris, (F) November 12, 1957

Why not Magic (F) AWE 13 CD
Spring is here Magic (F) AWE 13 CD
Little pony (2:45) Magic (F) AWE 13, AWE 13 CD
Corner pocket (5:25) Magic (F) AWE 13, AWE 13 CD
Blee blop blues (2:28) Magic (F) AWE 13, AWE 13 CD
Nails (3:21) Magic (F) AWE 13, AWE 13 CD
Ol' Man River (5:46) Magic (F) AWE 13, AWE 13 CD
Well, alright, O.K., you win (jw vcl) (3:02) Magic (F) AWE 13, AWE 13 CD
Roll 'em (jw vcl) (2:41) Magic (F) AWE 13, AWE 13 CD
One o’clock jump (unssued)

Issues:
Magic (F) AWE 13 entitled COUNT BASIE AND HIS ORCHESTRA FEATURING JOE WILLIAMS „AUTUMN IN PARIS“
Magic (F) AWE 13 CD (cd) entitled COUNT BASIE AND THE ORCHESTRA AUTUMN IN PARIS















Count Basie presents Eddie Davis
Joe Newman (tp) Eddie Davis (ts) Shirley Scott (org) Count Basie (p) George Duvivier (b) Butch Ballard (dr)

New York, December 17, 1957

12551 Telegraph (5:07) Roulette R 52007, Sonet (GB) R-52007
12553 Lock goes Latin (unissued)
12554 A misty one (4:27) Roulette R 52007, Sonet (GB) R-52007
12556 On the street of dreams (jn,ed out) (2:51) Roulette R-52007, Sonet (GB) R-52007

New York, December 18, 1957

12552 Farouk (5:22) Roulette R-52007, Sonet (GB) R-52007
12557 Save your love for me (3:56) Roulette R-52007, Sonet (GB) R-52007
12558 Lock-up (jn out) (2:57) Roulette R-52007, Sonet (GB) R-52007

New York, December 19, 1957
12555 Swingin' till the girls come home (5:31) Roulette R-52007, Sonet (GB) R-52007
12559 Broadway (4:38) Roulette R-52007, Sonet (GB) R-52007
12560 Marie (*) (3:35) Roulette R-52007, Sonet (GB) R-52007
12561 Don't blame me (jn,cb out) (3:50) Roulette R-52007, Sonet (GB) R-52007
12562 Don't take your love from me (unissued)

Issues:
Roulette R-52007 entitled COUNT BASIE PRESENTS EDDIE DAVIS TRIO + JOE NEWMAN
Sonet (GB) R-52007 entitled COUNT BASIE PRESENTS EDDIE DAVIS TRIO + JOE NEWMAN
Jazz Legacy (F) JL 68
Jazz Legacy (F) 500118
Columbia (GB) 33SX 1117
Versailles (F)STDX 8019
All issued titles except „Street of dreams“ also on Vogue (F) VG 651 600123 (cd) entitled THE TENOR OF EDDIE “LOCKJAW“ DAVIS
All issued titles except Lock-up also on Vogue (F) LDM 30123
All issued titles also on Fresh Sound (E) FS-0553 (cd) entitled COUNT BASIE PRESENTS THE TENOR OF EDDIE “LOCKJAW” DAVIS






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