Red Rodney, Earl Swepe, Al Cohn, Serge Chaloff, Terry Gibbs, Barbar Carrell, Denzil Best, Oscar Pettiford - Chickasaw / Bobscotch FLAC album
Title: Chickasaw / Bobscotch
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Red Rodney, trumpet; Earl Swope, trombone; Al Cohn, tenor sax; Serge Chaloff, baritone sax; Terry Gibbs, vibes; Barbara Carroll, piano; Oscar Pettiford, bass; Denzil Best, drums; Shorty Rogers, arranger. Futurama 3003; Mercer LP 1003; Esquire (E) EP 203; Prestige PR 7813; Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-1926-2.
Oscar Pettiford - The New Oscar Pettiford Sextet (1953) (eac-log-cover). Personnel: Barbara Carroll (Piano), Serge Chaloff (Sax (Baritone)), Terry Gibbs (Vibraphone), Charles Mingus (Bass), Oscar Pettiford (Bass, Cello), Red Rodney (Trumpet), Phil Urso (Sax (Tenor)), Julius Watkins (French Horn), Jan Johansson (Piano), Earl Swope (Trombone), Al Cohn (Sax (Tenor)), Denzil Best.
Chaloff's bandmate, Terry Gibbs, told Ira Gitler stories of his chaotic behaviour: 'He'd fall asleep with a cigarette all the time and always burn a hole in a mattress. Always! In about twelve hotels. Al Cohn described Chaloff's driving: 'I don't know how we kept from being killed. Serge would always be drunk. He was quite a drinker.
The Most' Written-By. B. Chasin' The Bass Written-By – L. Feather. Baritone Saxophone – S. Chaloff Bass – Oscar Pettiford Drums – Denzil Best Piano – Barbar Carell Supervised By – Leonard Feather Tenor Saxophone – Al Cohn Trombone – Earl Swepe Trumpet – Red Rodney Vibraphone – Terry Gibbs.
Serge Chaloff Sextette : Red Rodney (tp) Earl Swope (tb) Serge Chaloff (bar) George Wallington (p) Curly Russell (b) Tiny Kahn (d). New York, . S3412-1, 2. Pumpernickel. Savoy SJL2210, MG12105, Mosaic MD4-147, Cool n' Blue C&B CD 10. .
Red Rodney (tp), Earl Swope (tb), Al Cohn (ts), Serge Chaloff (bs), Barbara Carroll (p), Terry Gibbs (vb), Oscar Pettiford (b), Denzil Best (d). NYC, March 10, 1949. 15. Chickasaw 16. Bopscotch 17. The Most. Gait Preddy (tp), Mert Goodspeed (tb), Charlie Mariano (ts), Serge Chaloff (bs), Ralph Burns (p), Frank Vaccaro (b), Pete DeRosa (d). Boston, April 16, 1949. 18. Pat 19. King Edward the Flatted Fifth.
Serge Chaloff, the premiere baritone sax player of the early Fifties who paved the way for Gerry Mulligan and followed in the footsteps of Harry Carney, Duke Ellington’s baritone player. Chaloff’s playing style could best be described as in the manner of Charlie Parker on Steroids.
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Written-By – Sherty Rogers*, Terry, Gibbs*
Written-By – Serge Chaloff
- Baritone Saxophone – Serge Chaloff
- Bass – Oscar Pettiford
- Drums – Denzil Best
- Piano – Barbar Carrell*
- Supervised By [Supervision] – Leonard Feather
- Tenor Saxophone – Al Cohn
- Trombone – Earl Swepe*
- Trumpet – Red Rodney
- Vibraphone – Terry Gibbs
NotesRecorded in New York, March 10, 1949
Originally on Futurama 3003 as Serge Chaloff and the Herdsmen
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label — side A): MS 704
- Matrix / Runout (Label — side B): MS 705
- Matrix / Runout (Runout [etched] — side A): MS-704
- Matrix / Runout (Runout [etched] — side B): MS 705
- Rights Society: NCB
- Other (Label — side A and B): 8