Ronnie Lang And His All-Stars Featuring Marty Paich, Dave Pell, Bob Enevoldsen, Donn Trenner - Basie Street FLAC album
Title: Basie Street
Style: Cool Jazz
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Piano – Donn Trenner (tracks: 1 to 3), Marty Paich (tracks: 4 to 16). Tenor Saxophone – Abe Aaron (tracks: 1 to 3), Dave Pell (tracks: 1 to 3). Valve Trombone – Bob Enevoldsen (tracks: 4 to 9). Notes. This Compilation Ⓒ & Ⓟ 1999 by Fresh Sound Records. Matrix, Runout: FSR CD 501 ■ MPO IBERICA ■ 24-01-00/01 ■ 2001 018.
Piano – Donn Trenner (tracks: 1 to 3), Marty Paich (tracks: 4 to 16). Rights Society: SGAE.
Ronnie Lang Discography. Bob Drasnin, Ronny Lang, alto sax; Abe Aaron, Dave Pell, tenor sax; Butch Stone, baritone sax; Donn Trenner, piano; Buddy Clark, bass; Bill Richmond, drums; Les Brown, leader. Bob Enevoldsen, valve trombone; Ronnie Lang, alto sax; Dave Pell, tenor, baritone sax; Marty Paich, piano; Ray Leatherwood, bass; Johnny Loais, drums. Los Angeles, CA, 1957. Devil And The Deep Blue Sea. Tops L 1512; Golden Tone C 4068.
Dave Pell: tenor sax; Bob Gordon: baritone sax (CD1 CD2 5-8); Don Fagerquist: trumpet (CD1, CD2 Ray Sims: trombone (CD1, CD2 Donn Trenner: piano, celeste (CD Tony Rizzi: guitar (CD1, CD2 Buddy Clark: bass (CD Bill Richmond: drums (CD1.
All songs from The Bob Enevoldsen Quintet. Jimmy Giuffre, Marty Paich, Bob Cooper, Bob Enevoldsen, Harry Klee, Marty Paich Octet - Tenors West 03:22 Four Classic Albums (Tenors West, Take Me Along, The Picasso of Big Band Jazz, Lush, Latin and Cool). Carson Smith, Bob Enevoldsen, Carl Fontana, Al Porcino, Bobby Steed, Autie Goodman - Soon 02:29 The Fifties. Orchestre Raymond Lefevre And His Orchestra Rumi Itoh John Hilton Guiseppe Sammartini Yasuko Mitsui Enrique De La Fuente Buruagao Emilio Rubio Vicente Molino Britt Woodman Dave Black Ivy Anderson Bjarni Restorff Sigvaldi S. Kaldalóns Regin Dahl María Luz Álavarez Manuel Pascual Grosses Wiener Runfukorchester, Kurt Tenner, Tonkünstlerchor, Georg Oeggl.
The Dave Pell Octet was the epitome of mid-'50s West Coast jazz. With its tight arrangements, concise performances (usually around three minutes long despite the rise of the LP), soft tones, and distinctive brand of restrained swing, Pell's ensemble was a perfect representative of cool jazz. The arrangements (by Marty Paich, Wes Hensel, Shorty Rogers, Bill Holman, Jack Montrose, and Andre Previn) put an emphasis on melody, subtle surprises, and light swing, even at faster tempos. Basic originals alternate with updated versions of standards (mostly from the swing era).
"Lullaby of broadway" don fagerquist octet, arr. Marty paich. Don Faguerquist (trumpet), Marty Paich (arranger, piano), Herb Geller (alto sax) Bob Enevoldsen (valve trombone), Vince DeRosa (french horn),, Ed Leddy. Cover by Ebba Fagerquist). Me doing a cover of the song Balladen om Herr Fredrik Åkare och.
Robert Martin "Bob" Enevoldsen (11 September 1920 Montana – 19 November 2005 Woodland Hills, California) was a West Coast jazz tenor saxophonist and valve trombonist born in Billings, Montana, known for his work with Marty Paich. He also did sessions with Art Pepper and Shorty Rogers, and later extensively played with Shelly Manne. Enevoldsen did most of the arranging for Steve Allen's Westinghouse show in the early 60's. During the 1970s he performed with Gerry Mulligan.
Dave Pell (David Pell, February 26, 1925 – May 8, 2017) was an American jazz saxophonist and bandleader born in New York City. Pell first played in his teens with the big bands of Tony Pastor, Bob Astor, and Bobby Sherwood, and then moved to California in the middle of the 1940s. There he played on Bob Crosby's radio show in 1946, and was a member of Les Brown's band from 1947.
|Ronny Lang Sextet|
|3||Love Me Or Leave Me||2:37|
|Ronny Lang And His All-Stars|
|4||The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea||2:58|
|5||How Anout You?||3:22|
|6||They Can't Take That Away From Me||2:52|
|7||I'll Be Around||2:43|
|9||Taking A Chance On Love||2:59|
|Ronny Lang Quartet|
|12||How High The Moon||3:02|
|13||A Foggy Day||2:59|
|15||Lullabye In Rhythm||3:01|
- Copyright (c) – Fresh Sound Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Fresh Sound Records
- Published By – Blue Moon Producciones Discográficas
- Distributed By – Blue Moon Producciones Discográficas
- Alto Saxophone – Bob Drasnin* (tracks: 1 to 3), Ronny Lang (tracks: 1 to 9)
- Baritone Saxophone – Butch Stone (tracks: 1 to 3)
- Baritone Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Dave Pell (tracks: 4 to 9)
- Bass – Buddy Clark (tracks: 1 to 3), Ray Leatherwood (tracks: 4 to 16)
- Drums – Bill Richmond (tracks: 1 to 3), Johnny Lais (tracks: 4 to 16)
- Flute, Baritone Saxophone – Ronny Lang (tracks: 10 to 16)
- Liner Notes [CD Reissue] – J.P.*
- Piano – Donn Trenner (tracks: 1 to 3), Marty Paich (tracks: 4 to 16)
- Tenor Saxophone – Abe Aaron (tracks: 1 to 3), Dave Pell (tracks: 1 to 3)
- Valve Trombone – Bob Enevoldsen (tracks: 4 to 9)
NotesThis Compilation Ⓒ & Ⓟ 1999 by Fresh Sound Records
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 8 427328 605014
- Matrix / Runout: FSR CD 501 ■ MPO IBERICA ■ 24-01-00/01 ■ 2001 018
- Rights Society: SGAE
- Other (D.L.): B 47087/99