Shelly Manne & Co. (LP, Album, Mono). Contact (6). CM 4. US. 1965. Shelly Manne et Co. Géants Du Jazz Volume 3 (LP, Album, RE). Barclay, Barclay. 8. 08 S, 84 108. France.
Shelly Manne & Co. is a swing music album recording by SHELLY MANNE released in 1964 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. SHELLY MANNE & Co. - Self titled Jazz Stateside LP '64 Mono. LP 1973 Flying Dutchman FD10150 reissue Johnny Hodges jazz. Volume II Acid Jazz CHRIS JOSS.
Tracks count: 17. Views: 3. Shelly Manne - Namely You 05:44. Shelly Manne - Namely You 05:46. Shelly Manne - What a Little Bit of Luck 06:01. Shelly Manne - Matrimonial Stomp 04:32. Shelly Manne - Progress Is the Root of the Evil 03:31. Shelly Manne - Me and Some Drums 05:58. Shelly Manne - Sorta Blue 04:10. Shelly Manne - I Believe in You 05:50. Shelly Manne - Goofin' at the Coffee House 03:31. Shelly Manne - Goodbye 05:09.
Sample, a master musician, was co-founder of The Jazz Crusaders, a hard bop outfit, later to be renamed The Crusaders, that fused jazz, r&b and funk seamlessly and achieved super-group status. Mega-hit 'Street Life' is only an example of what these guys could do. In addition, Sample was a superb session musician, having graced literally hundreds of recordings with his instantly recognizable funky style. Here's your chance to hear Sample in a all-acoustic 1975 session accompanied by giants Ray Brown on bass and Shelly Manne on drums
Originally issued as Hollywood Jam: Shelly Manne And His West Coast Friends in 1981, this session was recorded at Sage & Sound Studio in Hollywood, CA on May 4, 1981 and featured Shelly Manne on drums, Bill Watrous, trombone, Bob Cooper, tenor sax, Pete Jolly on piano, Monty Budwig, bass, and of course, Art Pepper on alto sax. It was only released on LP in Japan. In addition to the remastered album, an alternate take of I’m Getting Sentimental Over.
Shelly Manne (1920-1984) was one of the most important drummers in jazz history. Opening with his first recordings as a leader for Dee Gee Records in 1951 (Chicago) and 1952 (Los Angeles), this collection covers both these septet sessions and the great series of all-star septet and quintet recordings made for Contemporary by Shelly Manne and His Men between 1953 and 1958. Tracks 17 through 19 were recorded for Contemporary for an out-of-print album titled Shelly Manne and His Men, Volume 2. These tracks were recorded in Los Angeles in two sessions, the first of which was on December 18, 1953 and featured Don Fagerquist on trumpet, Shorty Rogers flugelhorn, Bob Enevoldsen on valve trombone and Paul Sarmento on tuba.
My Fair Lady, recorded by "Shelly Manne & His Friends" and released in 1956 by Contemporary Records, is the first album ever made consisting entirely of jazz versions of tunes from a single Broadway musical.
Empathy is a 1962 album by jazz musicians Bill Evans and Shelly Manne. It was Evans's first album for Verve Records, after he was released from his contract with Riverside Records, and the two musicians' first collaboration. The sculpture on the cover was by Sheldon Machlin.
|A1||How High Is The Moon||3:52|
|A2||When We're Alone||4:38|
|A3||On The Sunny Side Of The Street||4:13|
|A4||Time On My Hands||4:25|
|A6||Tea For Two||3:14|
|B1||Them There Eyes||3:47|
|B3||Night And Day||4:25|
|B5||Step Steps Up||3:22|
|B6||Ste Steps Down||3:11|
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|CM 4||Shelly Manne||Shelly Manne & Co. (LP, Album, Mono)||Contact||CM 4||US||1965|
|AK 38728||Shelly Manne & His Friends||Shelly Manne & His Friends (CD, RE)||Sony Music Special Products, Signature||AK 38728||US||1993|
|CM 4||Shelly Manne||Shelly Manne & Co. (LP, Comp)||Contact||CM 4||Italy||1965|
|SL 10125||Shelly Manne||Shelly Manne & Co. (LP, Comp, Mono)||Stateside||SL 10125||UK||1964|
|CDSOL-45704||Shelly Manne & His Friends||Shelly Manne & His Friends (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM)||Solid Records||CDSOL-45704||Japan||2017|