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Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic
And The JATP Musicians

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Norman Granz.
(Born August 6, 1918 in Los Angeles, USA Ė Dead November 22, 2001 in Geneva, Swiss) 
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OUT OF THE NORM" THE LIFE OF NORMAN GRANZ.
This is a BBC Radio 2 programme from December 2003.
Charting the life of Norman Granz in my opinion one of greats in jazz history.
12.12.2003. - 16.1.2004.
This is my first post I will keep it up for a week or two to see if there is any interest.
Before I post any more."copyright disclaimer under section 107 of the copyright act 1976,
allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, 
teaching,scholarship, and research. fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing.
Part 01 - Part 02 - Part 03 - Part 04 - Part 05 - Part 06 - Part 07 - Part 08 - Part 09
Part 10 --Part 11 - Part 12 - Part 13 - Part 14 - Part 15 - Part 16 - Part 17 --Part 18
Part 17 is out.  Play 1 / 18
 NPR Radio -57min. 


Collection Carl Gustaf Sweden.
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1956 JATP All Stars. Hamburg 1956-02-29. "Planten und Blomen/ Festhalle", Hamburg. Unkwown on this date.Tapet from radio. Good sound. FM.
Dizzy Gillespie, Roy Eldridge (tp), Flip Philips, Illinois Jacquet (ts), Oscar Peterson (p), Herb Ellis (g), Ray Brown (b), Gene Krupa (dr).
01. JATP Blues.  2. My Man. 03. It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing). 04. Honeysuckle Rose. 05. My Man (alternate version) 
06. It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing) (alternate version) 
07. Ballad Medley: - These Foolish Things (Flip Philips). Ghost Of A Chance (Illinois Jacquet)  Rockin' Chair (Roy Eldridge) 08. Drum Boogie.(Krupa)
Lullabye Of The Leaves (Dizzy Gillespie) 

Oscar Peterson (p), Herb Ellis (g), Ray Brown (b)
01. Indiana, 02. Easy Does It. 03. Airmail Special. 04. Elevation. 05. How High The Moon. 06. Seven Come Eleven incomplete. 

Ella Fitzgerald (voc), Don Abney (p), Herb Ellis (g), Ray Brown (b), Gene Krupa (dr)
01. This Can't Be Love. 02. It Might As Well Be Spring. 03. Hard Hearted Hannah. 04. I Love Paris. 05. Lover Come Back To Me. 
06. Lullabye Of Birdland. 07. I Can't Give You Anything But Love. 08. I Want You To Be My Baby.09. Lady Be Good + The All Stars

Total Time 2,21 hour.Play

JATP All Stars. From Fuji the venue is porbably: Rheinhalle Dusseldorf, Germany. Tapet from Radio.  Play
Miles Davis was sick that day - hence it has been denoted as the "John Coltrane quartet" performing this day in Düsseldorf.
This date is probably correct - previously dated Apr 1, 1960 
This is in Trane discographical history usually given as 1 April (a wrong date 4 April also circulates), with the JATP circus being in 
Munich on 28 March. But the editorial team of Fuji II confirms this date (priv comm). The set info I got with this was somewhat confused:
John Coltrane,ts Stan Getz,ts[t4-5]. Wynton Kelly,p[t1-4] Oscar Peterson,p[t5]. Paul Chambers,b Jimmy Cobb,dr. 

1: On Green Dolphin Street 9:08. 2: Walkin' 7:30. The Theme.10:41. 3: Blues (W.K. Trio) 3:22 
4: JATP Feature Ballad Medley: 
Don't Explain (PC,feat). 2:42. Autumn Leaves (WK,feat). 4:45.What's New (JC,feat).6:45. Autumn In New York[but is actually Moonlight in Vermont] 
5: Rifftide 8:23. 17:13. 
The rest of the tape is Stan Getz Quartet, described as in the info as. On the same date (March 28, 1960) 
Was this playing together of Trane and Stan special for the Düsseldorf concert (as a compensation for Miles' sick leave perhaps?.
6: Out of Nowhere 10:21. 7: The Thrill Is Gone. 8:(appl fade in) Out of Nowhere 9:: Woody'n You 7:42 (appl fade out/in). 10: ?? 7:56 

1960, March 22: So What (Miles Davis) Miles Davis - Dragon DRCD 228.(Stockholm). Coltrane Interview (x) x - Dragon DRCD 228 (Stockholm). Play
Dusseldorf: Some Other Blues (John Coltrane) John Coltrane - Atlantic 71984. TV  Miles to refuse.
Stockholm: On Green Dolphin Street (Kaper/ Washington) John Coltrane - Jazzline N77 002. (Studio)
Walkin' (Carpenter) John Coltrane - Jazzline N77 002. The Theme (Miles Davis) John Coltrane - Jazzline N77 002.
Dusseldorf. Rifftide (Graham/ Hawkins) John Coltrane - Jazzline N77 002.+ Stan Getz/Peterson.Naima (John Coltrane) John Coltrane - Atlantic 71984. 
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New: The 10 inch 78RPM JATP Albums of the Fourties. Photo/Videos. 


Jazz At The Philharmonc

--12 Inch. Play is out. Play is OK.
01: How High The Moon: Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 1, 1945 - Asch Album Set 453. February 12, 1945.  Play-
Howard McGhee, Joe Guy, trumpets. Willie Smith, alto sax. Illinois Jacquet and Charlie Ventura, tenor saxes. Ulysses Livingston, guitar. 
Garland Finney, piano. Red Callender, bass. Gene Krupa, drums. (Incl. Lady be Good)
01: Oh, Lady Be Good, parts I - III - Jazz At the Philharmonic Vol. 1, 1945 - Asch Album Set 453, February 12, 1945. Play

Juny/01: What we have here is the complete 'Disc' label 78rpm album set entitled "Opera In Vout" by Slim Gaillard and Bam Brown recorded at the same Jazz At The Philharmonic concert that comprised the original JATP volume 1 on February 12, 1945 Play-Other

02:. I Can't Get Started, parts I & II - Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 2, 1946 - Disc Album 501. January 28, 1946.   Play
Howard McGhee, Al Killian, trumpets, Charlie Parker, Willie Smith, alto saxes, Lester Young, tenor sax. Arnold Ross, piano.
Billy Hadnott, bass. Lee (Prez' brother) Young, drums. (Incl. Blues For Norman)
02: Blues For Norman, parts I & II - Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 2, 1946 - Disc Album Set 501. January 28, 1946.   Play -

03:  Crazy Rhythm, parts I & II - Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 3, 1946 - Disc Album 503.  January 28, 1946.  Play
Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet. Willie Smith, alto sax. Lester Young, Charlie Ventura, tenor saxes. Mel Powell,   piano. 
Billy Hadnott,  bass. Lee (Prez' brother) Young, drums.
03: Sweet Georgia Brown, parts I & II - Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 3, 1946 - Disc Album 503.  January 28, 1946.    Play -
Dizzy Gillespie, Al Killian, trumpets. Charlie Parker, Willie Smith, alto saxes. Lester Young, Charlie Ventura - tenor saxes. 
Mel Powell, piano. Billy Hadnott, bass. Lee  Young, drums.


04: Blues, parts I - III - Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 4, 1944 - Disc Album 504.   July 2, 1944.  Play -
J.J. Johnson, trombone. Illinois Jacquet, Jack McVea, tenor saxes. Les Paul, guitar.Nat King "Shorty Nadine" Cole, piano. 
Johnny Miller, bass. Lee Young, drums. (Incl. Lester Leaps In)
04: Lester Leaps In, pts I - III-Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 4, 1944-Disc Album 504.  July 2, 1944. Play -


05: Body and Soul-Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 5, 1944-Mercury/Clef 35006.  July 2, 1944.  Play
J.J. Johnson, trombone. Illinois Jacquet, Jack McVea, tenor saxes. Les Paul, guitar.Nat King "Shorty Nadine" Cole, piano. 
Johnny Miller, bass. Lee Young, drums.
05: Rosetta - Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 5, 1944 - Mercury/Clef 35006.  July 2, 1944.  Play-
Shorty Sherock, trumpet. Illinois Jacquet, Jack McVea, tenor saxes. Les Paul, guitar.Nat King "Shorty Nadine" Cole, piano. 
Johnny Miller, bass. Lee Young, drums. (Incl. Bugle Call Rag)
05: Bugle Call Rag - Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 5, 1944 - Mercury/Clef 35006, July 2, 1944.   Play-


06: J.A.T.P. Blues, parts I - IV - Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 6, 1946 - Clef Album Vol. 6. April 22, 1946.  Play 
Buck Clayton, trumpet. Charlie Parker,Willie Smith, alto saxes, Coleman Hawkins, Lester Young, tenor saxes, 
Irving Ashby, guitar. Kenny Kersey, piano. Billy Hadnott, bass. Buddy Rich - drums.
06: Slow Drag, parts I & II - Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 6, 1946 - Clef Album Vol. 6. May 27, 1946. Play
Buck Clayton, trumpet. Coleman Hawkins, Lester Young, tenor saxes. Kenny Kersey, piano, Curley Russell, bass, J.C. Heard, drums.


07: I've Found A New Baby-Jazz At The Philharmonic 1944-Mercury/Clef 35008 Vol. 7. July 2, 1944. Play-
Shorty Sherock, trumpet. Illinois Jacquet and Jack McVea, tenor saxes. Les Paul, guitar. Nat King Cole, piano. Red Callender, Johnny Miller, bass. 
Lee (Prez' brother) Young, drums.
07: Perdido: Jazz At The Philharmonic 1944 - Mercury/Clef 35008 Vol 7: July 2, 1944.  Play--
J.J. Johnson, trombone. Illinois Jacquet and Jack McVea, tenor saxes. Les Paul, guitar, Nat King Cole, piano..Johnny Miller, bass, Lee Young, drums.


08: Perdido: parts I - IV.  Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 8, 1947.  Mercury MG 35000.  Sept. 27, 1947.  Part 1: Play-Part 2:  Play-
Howard McGhee, trumpet. Bill Harris,  trombone. Flip Phillips and Illinois Jacquet. tenor saxes. Hank Jones, piano, Ray Brown, bass. Jo Jones, drums.


09: Mordido: parts  I - IV  Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 9, 1947 - Mercury MG 35009.  Sept 27, 1947.  Part 1:  Play-Part 2:  Part 2
Howard McGhee, trumpet. Bill Harris,  trombone. Flip Phillips and Illinois Jacquet. tenor saxes. Hank Jones, piano,Ray Brown, bass. Jo Jones, drums.


10: Endido:  parts I - IV  Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 10, 1947 - Mercury Album Vol. 10. Sept 27, 1947. Play -
Howard McGhee, trumpet. Bill Harris,  trombone. Flip Phillips and Illinois Jacquet. tenor saxes. Hank Jones, piano, Ray Brown, bass. Jo Jones, drums.

11: The Man I Love parts I & II - Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 11, 1946 - Mercury MG 35011. January 28, 1946. Play
Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet. Willie Smith, alto sax.. Lester Young, Charlie Ventura, tenor saxes. Mel Powell, piano. Billy Hadnott, bass. Lee Young, drums,


12: Lester Leaps In - Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 12, 1949 - Mercury MG Vol. 12. September 18, 1949.  Play -
Roy Eldridge, trumpet. Tommy Turk, trombone Charlie Parker, alttsax. Flip Phillips, Lester Young, tenorsax. Hank Jones, piano.
Ray Brown, bass Buddy Rich, drums. 

13: The Closer - Jazz At The Philharmonic., 1949.  Mercury MG Vol. 13. September 18, 1949..  Play-
Roy Eldridge, trumpet. Tommy Turk, trombone. Charlie Parker,alto sax. Flip Phillips, Lester Young, tenor saxes, Hank Jones, piano. Ray Brown,bass.
13: Embraceable You - Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 13, 1949 - Mercury MG Vol. 13. September 18, 1949.  Play
BONUS JATP!: Incl: Ella Fitzgerald. Perdido. Jazz At The Philharmonic, 1949  Play-O' Lady Be Good. Play
What we have here is an UNRELEASED (until 1998) JATP cut!
Taken from the same concert that the original JATP volumes 12 & 13 comprise, this is the REAL closer from that
September 18, 1949 evening! Flip is on hand to reprise his famous solo from JATP volume 8 and Ella 
Ella Fitzgerald. How High the Moon.  Play-


14:  I Got Rhythm - Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 14, 1946 - Mercury MG Vol. 14. April 22, 1946.  Play
Buck Clayton, trumpet. Charlie Parker, Willie Smith, alto saxes. Coleman Hawkins, Lester Young, tenor saxes,  Irving Ashby, guitar. 
Kenny Kersey, piano. Billy Hadnott, bass. Buddy Rich, drums. (Incl. I Surrender, Dear)
I Surrender, Dear - Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 14, 1946 - Mercury MG Vol. 14.  April 22, 1946.  Play-

 



Jazz at the Philharmonic 1944

Jazz at the Philharmonic 1944

1944, july 2. Philharmonic Auditorium, Los Angeles, July 2, 1944
The Complete Jazz At The Philharmonic On Verve 1944-1949 (Verve) 314 523 893-2 ST01
Bass- Johnny Miller,  Drums - Lee Young.  Guitar - Les Paul ,Piano - Nat King Cole
Saxophone [Tenor] - Illinois Jacquet - Jack McVea- Trombone, J.J. Johnson
Lester Leaps In 9:09. Tea For Two 12:37 .Blues 10:34.  Body And Soul 10:35. .The Man I Love 2:52  (Billie Holiday).I've Found A New Baby 9:32..Rosetta 6:40. Bugle Call Rag 4:42
Wait 2-3 min. and go to 2.02min. Play

Blues: The great Nat King Cole/Les Paul solo. Play


Jazz at the Philharmonic 1945

Philharmonic Auditorium", Los Angeles, CA, 1945.
The first Jazz At The Philharmonic recording on Stinson. 3 x 12 inch 78rmd.
"How High The Moon" and "Lady Be Good". Philharmonic Auditorium, Los Angeles, USA.
Willie Smith, Alto Sax. Illinios Jacquet and Charles Ventura Tenor Sax, Joe Guy and Howard
McGhee, Trumpet.  Garland Finny, Piano. Uliyssis Livingstone, bass. Red Callender, Drums.
Photo Video: How High The Moon. Play--O' Lady Be Good. Play


Jazz At The Philharmonic 1947

Mercury 10inch Vol. 8. Perdido and Mordido on 4 78rpm records..
.Howard McGhee (tp) Bill Harris (tb) Illinois Jacquet, Flip Phillips (ts) Hank Jones (p) 
Ray Brown (b) Jo Jones (d)
"Carnegie Hall", NYC, 1947. September 27.
Mordido Part 1: With the sax solo from Illinois Jacquet.  Play
Perdido. Part 1 of 6 - Part 2 - Part 4 -Other parts not available.


Jazz At The Philharmonic 1949

JATP 1949: Recorded live at Carnegie Hall NewYork. 1949, September 18.
Roy Eldridge (tp); Tommy Turk (tb); Charlie Parker (as); Lester Young, Flip Phillips (ts); Hank Jones (p); Ray Brown (b); Buddy Rich (d).  Ella Fitzgerald, Vocal.
Perdido.  Audio/Video. Play
O' Lady Be Good. Play


Jam Session # 2
The Studio Sessions.

JATP Studio Sessions 1952-1954.
Freddie Green, Herb Ellis, Barney Kessel (guitar); Buddy DeFranco (clarinet); Johnny Hodges, Willie Smith, Benny Carter , Charlie Parker (alto saxophone); Flip Phillips, Illinois Jacquet, Stan Getz, Wardell Gray, Ben Webster (tenor saxophone); Harry "Sweets" Edison (trumpet, drums); Dizzy Gillespie, Roy Eldridge, Charlie Shavers (trumpet); Bill Harris Quintet, Bill Harris (trombone); Count Basie (piano, organ); Oscar Peterson, Arnold Ross (piano); Lionel Hampton (vibraphone); John Simmons , Ray Brown (double bass); J.C. Heard, Louie Bellson, 
Buddy Rich (drums). Playlist on the player   5 CD's.  Play
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Jazz At The Philharmonic 1950-1955.
LP's. 00.00  Norgran Blues, Carnegie Hall N.Y.C. 1950:                    Wikipedia-
Min. 00:40  Blues in Chicago, Chicago Opera House,1955 
01:30 The Exciting Battle, Stockholm, 1955.   02:20 The 1950,Carnegie Hall N.Y.C. 
1953 & Los Angeles 1953. 03:10 The 1950 concert Carnegie Hall N.Y.C. 1953. Hartford 1954.
04:05 Hartford 1953. PlayTThe text on the player is not good. 

1950: Carnegie Hal: Recorded September 16, 1950 At Carnegie Hall, New York City - Featuring Lester Young / Flip Phillips / Harry Sweets Edison / Hank Jones / Buddy Rich / Bill Harris / Ray Brown - Songs Include : "Norgran Blues" / "Oh Lady Be Good" / "I Don't Stand A Ghost Of A Chance With You" / "Indiana"
1953: Los Angeles: 
1853: Hardfort: Gene Krupa, Ray Brown,, Herb Ellis, Oscar Peterson, Willie Smith, Benny Carter, Roy Eldridge, Charlie Shavers, Bill Harris,Ben Webster, Flip Phillips, 
1954: Hardfort: Dizzy Gillespie. Oscar Peterson, Bill Harris, Herb Ellis, Ray Brown, Louie Bellson, Roy Eldridge, Ben Webster, Flip Phillips.
Songs Include : "Jazz Concert Blues" / "The Challenges" / "The Ballad Medley" / "The Man I Love" / "Tenderly" / "Imagination" / "I'll Never Be The Same" / "Stardust" 
1955: Stockholm: Louie Bellson, Roy Eldridge, Herb Ellis, Dizzy Gillespie, Bill Harris, Oscar Peterson, Flip Phillips, Ray Brown.


 
 

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05/22: Dutch I Radio.  6 x JATP LP's.  4 LP's with Charlie Parker.: . Click

04/30: Request for Kris lives in Bangkok.
Charlie Parker At The Open Door. The Samples.  Play

04/25. New
Great Jam
Flip Phillips (The JATP tenorsaxplayer), Phil Woods and  Scot Hamilton, tenorsax
Buddy DeFranco (Cl). Herb Ellis, Guitar.  Bio
1995 Video on Flip's 80th Birthday.    Play
Flip Phllips.on Mercury.
Audio/Video. 1951. Play-1949-Play
With Woody Herman. Play

JATP, 1955 Sweden. Collection Carl Gustaf, Sweden
 

04/16: Oscar Peterson Trio. Japan 1953.  Click
04/12: Perdido and Mordido.  Click
 "Carnegie Hall", NYC, 1947. September 27.
 


LES PAUL
 Les Paul (Lester William Polfuss) June 9 1915 - Aug 13 2009
 Guitar legend-inventor Les Paul dies at age 94.
 Video: How High The Moon-Video Story:Part 1- Part 2 -Part 3
Caravan 1991.  Play-
Jazz At The Philharmonic 1944:  BLUES, With the great Nat King Cole/Les Paul solo. Play
J.J.Johnson (tb); Illinois Jacquet, Jack McVea (ts); Nat "King" Cole (p); Les Paul (g);
Johnny Miller (b); Lee Young (d)
(Les was called in at the last minute, to replace Oscar Moore on guitar).
. "Philharmonic Auditorium", Los Angeles, CA, July 2, 1944.
Clef 3x 78RPM: 455V17 | 251 Blues, Pt. 1-456V18 | 252 Blues, Pt. 2 - 457V19 | 253 Blues, Pt. 3
Las Paul - Jeff Beck - Jamming Together. Play

 

 

04/01: 1947, Mordido Part 1. Clck
06/01: LADY BE GOOD. Play

This is the second J.A.T.P Concert.
Listen to the Blues. Play
Nat King Cole, Les Paul, Illinois Jacquet.
And more J,A.T.P
Download the Quicktime player.  Free Quicktime

04/02: 1944, july 2. Rosetta.  Play-

MORE from the LP with "Blues"
All the tracks, short.    Click
 

Philharmonic Blues. 1946. Click

Norman Granz (Los Angeles, USA, August 6, 1918 - Geneva, Switzerland, November 22, 2001)
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Norman Granz in Sweden, 1952.
2008, April:   6 LP's from Jazz At The Philharmonic.
 


NEW !

UNDER CONSTRUCTION.
Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic. Norman Granz, 1918, August 6 - 2001, November 22.  Bio-JATP

Videos:
Jazz at the Philharmonic, Helsinki 1953.  Medley. Ella, Gene Krupa, Plip Philips, Lester Young, Peterson, Ray Brown.  Play

The Nat King Cole Show: 1957: It's only a paper Moon.Norman Granz Introduces, Nat King Cole. Solos, Cole, Plip Philips.   Play
The Nat King Cole Show: 1957. Stompin' at the Savoy. Peterson, Getz, Hamkins, Eldridge, Ray Brown, Herb Ellis, Jo Jones.  Play
The Nat King Cole Show: 1957: Sweet Lorraine. Cole,v. Oscar Peterson, p. Herb Ellis, g. Ray Brown, b.Coleman Hawkins, ts.  Play
The Nat King Cole Show: 1957: Tenderly. Oscar Peterson Trio, Nat King Cole, vocal. Nelson Riddle Orchestra.  Play
The Nat King Cole Show: 1957: I want to be happy. Nat King Cole, p. Stan Getz. Roy Eldridge. Ray Brown, Ellis, Jo Jones.  Play
The Nat King Cole Show: 1957: C-Jam Blues. Roy Eldridge, Illinois Jacquet, Flip Phillips, Jo Jones, Peterson, Ray Brown.  Play

Jazz At The Philharmonic. Papa Jones. (Jo Jones)  Drum Solo. 1957. Play

The Netherlands 1957: Just One of those Things. Ella, Don Ednie, p. Herb Ellis, g, Ray Brown, b. Jo Jones drums.   Play
The Netherlands 1957: Angel Eyes.  OUT !
The Netherlands.1957: April in Paris.  Ella Fitzgerald and Don Ednie, p.Herb Ellis, g, Ray Brown, b. Jo Jones drums.   Play
The Netherlands 1958: The Netherlands, Amsterdam, The Concertgebouw, Oscar Peterson, Ray Brown, Herb Ellas,  Play
The Netherlands 1958: The Final. It Don't mean a Thing. Peterson, With Ella Fitzgerald, Stuff Smith, v. Roy Eldridge.  Play

Germany, Dusseldorf: 1960/0/28: Stan Getz and John Coltrane, with Oscar Peteron, Paul Chambers, Jimmy Cobb. Play

Italy 1961. The Oscar Peterson Trio. Ray Brown, Bass. Ed Thigpen, drums. Play
Italy 1961. The Oscar Peterson Trio. Ray Brown, Bass. Ed Thigpen, drums. Play
Italy 1961. The Oscar Peterson Trio. Ray Brown, Bass. Ed Thigpen, drums. Play
Italy 1961. Oscar Peterson,  Ray Brown, bass.  Ed Thigpen, dr. Herb Ellis, g. Roy Eldridge, tr.  Play
Italy 1961. Oscar Peterson,  Ray Brown, bass.  Ed Thigpen, dr. Herb Ellis, g. Roy Eldridge, tr.  Play

London 1965: Blue Lue. Coleman Hawkins and Benny Carter. + Teddy  Wilson, Bob Cranhwah, Louie Bellson.  Play
London 1965: Undicided: Teddy Wilson, p. Bob Cranshaw, bass and Louie Bellson, drums.    Play
London 1966: T-Bone Walker (blues, voval and guitar.  Play
London 1967: Bellson Blues. Louie Bellson, Coleman Hawkins,  Benny Carter Play
London 1967: Jam on Christopher Columbus chords in Bb.  Dizzy Gillespie, Clark Terry, Zoot Sims, James Moody.   Play
London 1967: Teddy Wilson piano, Bob Cranshaw as bassist and Louie Bellson on drums.
London 1967: Louie Bellson. Drum Solo. 15min.   Play
London 1967: Medley. Teddy Wilson piano, Louie Bellson drums and Bob Cranshaw bass.   Play
London 1967: Body and Soul. Solo, Coleman Hawkins.  Play
London 1967: Stardust. Solo, Clark Terry.  Play

Montreux 1977: You Look Good To Me. Oscar Peterson, piano. Ray Brown, Bass. Niels Henning Orsted Pedersen, bass.  Play
Montreux 1977: Monty Alexander, Ray Brown, Milt Jackson, Dizzy Gillespie, Jon Faddis.   Play

Toronto: 1980: Blues in Bb: Norman Granz introduces Louis Bellson drums, Ray Brown bass, Herb Ellis guitar, Oscar Peterson
piano with in the front line Zoot Sims and Eddy Lockjaw Davis saxes and Clark Terry and finally Roy Eldridge on trumpets.   Play

For the Last Time, Illinios Jacquet, the great JATP saxplayer.
This is a rare video clip of the Midsummer Night Swing when Illinois Jacquet gave his final performance on July 16 2004 at
Lincoln Center in New York. He died 6 days later on July 22 at his home in Queens, N.Y. He was 81.  Play

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JATP and the Philharmonic Blues. 1946. Audio with Photo's. Carnegie Hall.
Lester Young - Tenor Saxophone, Coleman Hawkins - Tenor Saxophone,  Buck Clayton - Trumpet 
Kenny Kersey - Piano, Curly Russell - Bass , J.C. Heard - Drums. OUT ! Play

Jazz Night, June 11. Charlie Parker: Lp's. 
Ornithology. Min.  01:18 Bluebird. 02:35 Parker's Mood. 03:55 My Little Suede Shoes. 
Date on the player is not good.  Play

April 9: Jazz Night: Jazz At The Philharmonic. LP's. Play-Text on the player is not good.  Playlist-
Norgran Blues, Carnegie Hall N.Y.C. 1950. 
Min. 0.40.  Blues in Chicago, Chicago Opera House,1955.   (Min. is +/-).
Min. 1.30: The Exciting Battle, Stockholm, 1955. 
Min. 2,20: The 1950ís,Carnegie Hall N.Y.C. 1953 & Los Angeles 1953.
Min. 3.10. The 1950ís, Carnegie Hall N.Y.C. 1953 & Hartford 1954. 
Min. 4.05. Hartford 1953.

April 12: Norman Granz "Jazz at the Philharmonic"  VIdeo.
Poplar Town Hall, UK Weds 30th November 1966 - BBC TV
T-Bone Walker.   Play

July 3: The Savoy Recordings. Charlie Parker. Click

July 2. Charlie Parker Juke Box,  50 songs. The Fourties.
Dizzie Gillespie Juke Box. 18 songs. 45-48.  Click

July 1: Bebopper Sonny Stitt. Part 1 and 2. On Prestige.  Click

June 1: Part 1 and 2:  Jazz At The Philharmonic. Click
Oscar Peterson with Ella Fitzgerald and Oscar Peterson and Friends.
Swiss Radio Days, Vol. 15 and 16: JATP Lausanne 1953.

Liberation of The Netherlands. 1945, May 5.
War 2 Music.  Click  Incl: V-Discs.
Hans Bebop, The Netherlands. E-mail-
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July 3:
The Savoy Years. Part 1/2 of 5. Part 2: The Fifties. Charlie Parker.-Play  Part 1:The Early Years.  Play

July 2:
Charlie Parker Juke Box. The Fourties. 50 songs.  Play
Dizzy Gillespie Juke Box. The Fourties. 20 songs.   Play

June 28:
June 28: Sonny Stitt on Prestige. 1944 -1961. Part 2. Incl: Tenor Battles.  Play
June 21: Sonny Stitt on Prestige. 1946 -1956. Part 1. Play
Click on the player by KWALITEIT, first on 1 * and than on 3 x *** for the best sound. Belgium Radio.

May 23, from Belgium Radio.
Live With The Big Bandsí 
Charlie Parker with Stan Kenton, Woody Herman, Joe Timer, Norman Granz. Play
For the best sound. Click on the player by Kwaliteit ***, ** or 1 *, first on 1*. Go than to ***.


2007/04/20:
Montreux 1975. Autumn Leaves. 18 min. VIDEO.  Benny Carter, Zoot Sims, Clark Terry, Roy Eldridge,   Play
Tommy Flanagan, piano. Keter Betts, bass. Bobby Durham, drums. Joe Pass, guitar.

Dutch I Radio. First 60 min. Charlie Parker. Play-((

Bebop's favorite videos. Incl. Charlie Parker, Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Dizzy Gillespie and Others.
50 videos:  Jazz At The Philharmonic. 1957-1979. 65 videos: Lionel Hampton, 1937-1998. Click

--Volume 2. BL 540.01.
For the Lovers. A la JATP, from Dutch I Radio.  Recorded at Pythian Temple, NYC, 1953, April 3.
From the 2 x 12 inch and 1 x 10 inch Brunswick LP's.
Terry Gibbs, Billy Taylor, Sarah McLawler, Mary Lou.Williams, Stuff Smith, Georgie Auld's All Stars. Play

Still available.  History of Jazz. Jazz At The Philharmonic.
09/13: Part: 630 & 685. Herbie Mann, Bud Skank, Yusef Latief. Part 2, Drummers, Rich,  Blakey. Play
Incl: Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic. On min. 30. 1955. Rich, Jacquet, Philips, Gillespie, Roy, Peterson trio.

10/10:-Part. 638 & 639..1957. Ella Fitzgerald. On min. 26  Jazz AT The Philharmonic.  Anita O'Day. Play-

11/29: Part  652 & 653. Gigi Gryce Orchestra with Jazz Giants. Part  653.  Jazz At The Philharmonic, 1953. -Play

Playlists. 630- 631/ 638- 639  /  652 - 653 /

A Rare JATP. Stan Getz and John Coltrane, touring in European, 1960.
Incl. The Oscar Peterson Trio.  (Miles Davis was sick, Coltrane replace Miles.  Play

Date ?. With Lionel Hampton.  O' Lady Be Good.  Play///

09/27: Lester Young: Lester Leaps in. 1949. Play

09/13:Jazz At The Philharmonic 1955. Los Angeles.
Buddy Rich, Illinious Jacquet, Flip Philips, Roy Eldridge, Dizzy Gillespie, Oscar Peterson, Ray Brown. Clicksss

Jazz At The Philharmonic:  More JATP Videos. Click
Count Basie, Ray Brown and Jimmie Smith. Montreux 1977. "Trio Blues"  VIDEO. Play

The Fifties: Coleman Hawkins and Benny Carter at JATP.  "Blue Lue"  VIDEO Play-
Dizzy Gillespie, Al Cohn, Clark Terry, Teddy Wilson and Others. London.  Play-
Teddy Wilson and Trio. "Undicided" Play -Teddy Wilson. "Medley"  Play
 

 


 

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Autographs: Gene Krupa and Buddy Rich:
 Collection: Carl-Gustaf,  Sweden. Many great jazz photos and Music.  Click

The Drum Battle (drumsolo).
Gene Krupa & Buddy Rich.
The first showdown between Gene & Buddy at JATP, September 1952. Play

Gene Krupa's trademark extended solo from Jazz At The Philharmonic.
Recorded at Carnegie Hall, September 1952. Play

Drum Solo.
Gene Krupa Quartet featuring Eddie Shu. Recorded in 1956, Jazz At The Philharmonic.  Play

Benny Goodman Quartet reunion with George Duvivier on bass.
Lionel Hampton Vibes and Teddy Wilson, piano.
Recorded in July 1973. Audio. Play -Video: Play with Quicktime. Play
Gene Krupa's last public Drum Solo. Born: January 15, 1909 - Died October 16, 1973.
 

05/17:
Oscar Peterson, Herb Ellis, Ray Brown. Video.
JATP at the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, The Netherlands. 1956   Play

05/14:
The four in the history found videos with Charlie Parker.
Coleman Hawkins and Charlie Parker. Part 2: Charlie Parker. Part 3: Great Others. 15min. Play
Charlie Parker: Not Sound. 0.35 min.  Play
Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie. Hot House. Play
The Complete Recording from Hot House. Play

05/14
A Rare JATP Video. 3 min.
The Oscar Peterson Trio with, Hawkins, Getz, Eldridge and Nat King Cole.
Stompin' At The Savoy.
 Play

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Buck Clayton (tp) Charlie Parker (as) Willie Smith, Coleman Hawkins, Lester Young (ts)
Kenny Kersey (p) Irving Ashby (g -1/8) Billy Hadnott (b) Buddy Rich (d).  1946, April 22. (Track 8).  Click

JATP:  Jammin' on A V-Disc. Click
 

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JATP at Tokyo 1953: The first number, Jam Session. Play
Sorry, is out !
All the tracks 1 min. Click
Tenderly:. Oscar Peterson, Ray Brown, Herb Ellis. Play
 

-November 26: Charlie Parker and Coleman Hawkins:
Here's a short videoclip of Parker playing live with Coleman Hawkins. Play
 


Chan Richardson/Chan Parker), born New York, 1925.
Chan Parker died September 9, 1999 in Étampes, France.
Her daughter Kim Parker and son Gar Woods (From Phil Woods) were at her bedside.
She was 74 years of age and in those 74 years, packed about 130 years of life.
 

Swedish Jazz Photography: VS Jazz Giants in Sweden. 1947 - '80.
Photo's, autographs and Music.   Click

Stan Getz at JATP.

Stan Getz at Jazz At The Philharmonic in Sweden.


Born 1918, August 6. Norman died 2001, November 22 age 83 in Geneva.
Hans Bebop, The Netherlands: E-mail-


Al McKibbon, whose robust acoustic bass anchored some of the most advanced and memorable
jazz recordings of the 1940s and 1950s, died July 29 at a hospital in Los Angeles.
No cause of death was reported. He was 86.
He was part of Norman Granz's Jazz at the Philharmonic tours in 1945 and 1946.
Article

More Jazz Photos and music from Sweden: Click

Charlie Parker Lives: Alto masters Jackie McLean, Charles McPherson and Phil Woods plays Parker.-Play

First Publication: 2004, June 3. Last update 2005, October 7.


Norman Granz in Sweden, 1952.


The Jacquet Brothers: Illinois and Russell Jacquet.
1952 Sweden. Collection: Carl-Gustaf,  Sweden.


Norman Granz' autograph. Collection: Carl-Gustaf,  Sweden.
 


 


Cleo Laine and Norman Granz: Porgy and Bess Recording.


Oscar Peterson.
 


 
 
 


Ella: JATP: Wiesbaden 1957



1986


1986, December 7.
Collection: Carl-Gustaf, Sweden.

The 50th anniversary of Charlie Parker's death, on 12th March 1955.

A fantastic tribute for The Bird. Click


Charlie Parker autograph that I got when he visited Sweden
 Malmö 22 november 1950.
Collection: Carl-Gustaf, Sweden.


Collection: Carl-Gustaf,  Sweden.  Click
 


Charlie Parker playing with trumpeter Miles Davis at New York's Three Deuces Club in 1947.
 


JATP at Sweden.
From left: Norman Granz, Roy Eldridge, ?, Ray Brown, ?.
Making: Carl-Gustaf, Sweden.


JATP: Flip Phillips and Roy Eldridge.
Collection: Carl-Gustaf, Sweden.


From Sweden.

bebop gustaf

 Carl-Gustaf
 

NEW


Flip Philips Interview: Play

Stardust: 8.34 min.  Play     With Lionel Hampton

2.00 min video. Coleman Hawkins and Charlie Parker, 1950.Click
Go right to Single Video's. Video 22 is the rare Hawkins/Parker.
30 short video's with Jazz Greats. Unique!

Body and Soul from the 1944 JATP Part 1and 2 of 3 parts. On min 6.  Play -

JATP: 4.18 min. Tenorsax Lester Young, Jo Jones drums, Piano ?, Bass ? Year ? Play-
Interview with Les Paul, 2000. 36 min. video.  Play-
Rare Video: 2001 Video. Bebop/Hiphop with Charlie Parker. WMP 260 Kbps.  Play-WMP.
Remembering Charlie Parker. NPR Radio.  Play-
Rare 50 years old interview: Paul Desmond have a conversation with Charlie Parker.
30min. Realpl.  Play--
Rare old BBC Interview over Charlie Parker.  Play

Visit the Lionel Hampton Homepage and the Lionel Hampton Music site.
www.lionelhampton.nl

 Jukebox 1, Charlie Parker and 2, Dizzy Gillespie.  Click -
 Guitarplayers: Les Paul, Barney Kessel, Hans van Leeuwen, Billy Mackel.
Rare Charlie Parker recording 1945.

jatp jazz at the philharmonic
 

Home Page
 www.lionelhampton.nl

lionel hamptoncharlie parker, illinois jacquet, illinois jacquet, hank jones, hank jones, gene krupa, Plip philips, gene krupa, buddy rich.

 '50:Lionel Hampton at Jazz at the Philharmonic. 7.35 min. Flying Home.  Play -

Norman Granz Appreciation, NPR Radio 2001, November 25.  Play  -
Interview: Norman Granz -Les Tomkins made the interviews with Norman Granz in 1966 and 1967. Article.

6.11 min. Review, Norman Granz' 1949 JATP  1949-

Samples from the second JATP Concert 1944. 1 min. WMPlayer.
Lester Leaps In - Blues Part 1 - Blues Part 2 - Body And Soul - Rosetta - Bugle Call Rag -
I've Found A New Baby - Tea For Two -
Illinois Jacquet (ts), Jac McVea (ts), J. J. Johnson (tb),  Shorty Sherock (tr), Nat King Cole (p),
Les Paul (g), Johnny Miller (b),  Lee Young (ds). 
Recorded live at the Philharmonic Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA, in July 02, 1944.


Billie Holiday and JATP 1945. 30 x 1min.samples. Verve   Play


Charlie Parker at JATP 1946. Realplayer.
Philharmonic Auditorium", Los Angeles, CA, January 28, 1946.
Dizzy Gillespie, Al Killian (tp) Charlie Parker, Willie Smith (as) Charlie Ventura, Lester Young (ts) 
Mel Powell (p) Billy Hadnott (b) Lee Young (d).  TRACK 1.

Al Killan, Howard McGhee (tp). Charlie Parker, Willie Smith (as). Lester Young (ts). 
Arnold Ross (p). Billy Hadnott (b). Lee Young (d). TRACK 2, 3, 4, 5. January 28, 1946. 

Track 8
Buck Clayton (tp) Charlie Parker (as) Willie Smith, Coleman Hawkins, Lester Young (ts)
Kenny Kersey (p) Irving Ashby (g -1/8) Billy Hadnott (b) Buddy Rich (d).  1946, April 22.

01/19: Sorry, the server is out !
1: 09.35 min. Sweet Georgia Brown. -  Play
2:08.37 min. Blues for Norman Granz.   Play
3:0 9.16 min. I Can't Get Started.  Play
4:  11.37 min. Lady Be Good.  - Play
5:  7.35 min. After You Gone. - Play
6:  11.01 min. J.A.T.P Blues.    Play
7:  12.56 min. I Got Rhytm  - Play
8:  08.13 min. I've Found A New Baby   Play< This server is OK !


JATP 1949. Recorded live at Carnegie Hall, New York, on September 18, 1949.
Roy Eldridge (tp); Tommy Turk (tb); Charlie Parker (as); Lester Young, Flip Phillips (ts); Hank Jones (p);
Ray Brown (b); Buddy Rich (d).  Ella Fitzgerald, Vocal. 

0: 8 x 1 min. samples.Play

1: The Opener 
2: Lester Leaps In 
3: Embraceable You 
4: The Closer
5: Ow
6:. Flying Home
7:. How High The Moon?
8. Perdido 


Norman Granz Jam Session. Recorded in Hollywood, California in June, 1952.
Originally released as NORMAN GRANZ' JAM SESSIONS #1 AND #2.
Charlie "Bird" Parker, Alto Sax. Johnny Hodges-Benny Carter, Alto Sax. Ben Webster-Flip Philips, Tenor Sax.
Charlie Shavers, Trumpet. Barney Kessel, Guitar. Oscar Peterson, Piano. Ray Brown, Bass. J.C. Heard: Drums.
1: Jam Blues.
2:What Is This Thing Called Love.
3: Ballad Medey.,
4: Funky Blues. Listen 13.27 min.   Play  Sorry, the server is out !
2: 04.00 min.  4x1 min. samples. Jam Blues, What Is This Thing Called Love, Ballad Medey, Funky Blues.  Play-


Recorded live in Frankfurt, Germany in 1952. 
Lester Young, Flip Phillips, Roy Eldridge, Hank Jones, Ray Brown, Max Roach.
1: Introduction by Norman Granz .   xx   (Samples 1 min.).
2: Undecided.  xx
3: Dre's Blues.  xx-
4: Ballad medley: Deep Purple / Rockin' Chair / This is always.  xx-
5: How high the moon.    xx

Fred Hall Broadcast: Jazz at the Philharmonic. Play with Quicktime. Download the Free Quicktime Player.-
Play -
1: Blues.  1944, July: Exclusively the King Cole/Les Paul solo and the band.   JATP.
J.J. Johnson, trombone. Illinois Jacquet, tenorsax. Jack McVea, Shorty Sherrock, trumpet. 
Nat "King" Cole, piano, Les Paul, guitar, John Miller bass,. Lee Young, drums.
2: Body and Soul. (BILLIE HOLIDAY) JATP.
3: I'm omming Virginia. (BOBBY HACKETT) JATP
4: Shine. (HARRY JAMES) Benny Goodman's Carnegie Hall 1938 Concert.
5: My  Reverie. (JOHNNY HODGES, ELLINGTON MEMBERS) JATP.
6: Don't Be That Way. (GOODMAN)1938 Carnegie Hall Concert.
7: Tenderly. (OSCAR PETERSON) JATP.
8: Stardust. (LIONEL HAMPTON ALL-STARS) (LONG CUT)  Gene Norman's 1947 Just Jazz Concert. 17min.
9: Down By The Riverside. (AL HIRT SEXTET) JATP.
10: Blues Skies  (GOODMAN) (PARTIAL) 1938 Carnegie Hall Concert.

8: Stardust. (LIONEL HAMPTON ALL-STARS) (LONG CUT)  Gene Norman's 1947 Just Jazz Concert.  Realplayer

Fred Hall Broadcast: Special Guest Johnny Green. Track 8: Body and Soul. Jazz At The Philharmonic. 1944 July.
1: Peggy Lee. 2: Artie Shaw. 3: Judy Carland. 4: Johnny Green/Fred Astaire. 5: Gene Kelly.   Play -
6: Johhny Green. 7: Bing Crosby/Grace Kelly. 
8: JATP. Nat King Cole solo/Les Paul rhythm guitar, Illinois Jacquet solo. Push to 80%.

Fred Hall Broadcast:  Play-Track 8: Tea For Two. Jazz At The Philharmonic, 1944 July.  Push to 85%.
1: Nat Pierce All Stars. 2: Gene Haris Big Band. 3: Freddy Slack Big Band. 4 George Shering. 5 Oscar Peterson.
6: Teddy Wilson Big Band. 7: Duke Ellington. 
8:  JATP: Tea for Two. The Nat King Cole solo/Les Paul rhythm guitar, the band. 9: Nat Pierce/Woody Herman.

LES PAUL: Slide Show.3.min.-Slide show  1950, Nov. 16: 15 min.  The Les Paul and Mary Ford Show- (realpl).
Interviews with music. 1992: 21 min.  Part 1 Part 2   2001: 13 min.  2001
Interviews: 1997, November, 13. 38 min.  Part 1   -38 min.  Part 2
Music:  How High the Moon- Tennessee WalsI'm Confessin--
Radio New Orleans Broadcast, 1967/11/04: The Guitar in Jazz.   30 min.  Jazz Guitarists
My Favourite Guitarist: Billy Mackel, guitarplayer for the Lionel Hampton Band 1944-1982. Billy Mackel Story -
And I love Barney Kessel:   54 min. tribute
Barney Kessel tribute begins with some of his Charlie Barnet and Artie Shaw recordings and a cut from 
the soundtrack of the 1944 film  Jammin' The Blues . His work as rhythm guitarist on several Verve sessions
as well as a superb cut from the 1957 Poll Winners disc is here as well. Read more about.
Listen to Dutch guitarist Hans van Leeuwen.   1962-1980.  MP3's-((WMP) Homepage-


 

More tracks (rare) of Charlie Parker. Not JATP. Sorry, The server is out.
17.14 min. Afro-Cuban Jazz Suite.  Play
09.58 min. Liza. Live. PLay--
10.55 min. Indiana. Live  Play---
05.52 min. How High The Moon.   Play--Live With Milt Jackson, vibe. 
05.07 min. Groovin' High. Play-
04.00 min. Scraple From The Apple.  Play-

02.24 min. F4-Blues, 1945. Rare recording.  Mike Bryan /Charlie Parker and Friends- Play-

The Charlie Parker All Stars Broadcast. Charlie Parker, Miles Davis, Tommy Potter, Max Roach. 
05.02 min. Groovin' High.   Play- Sorry, the server is out !
05.20 min. Big Foot.  Play -With Billy Eckstine and Charlie Ventura trumpet.
04.18 min. Salt Peanuts.  Play -
05.02 min. Scrapple From The Apple.  Play- With Milt Jackson, vibe.
05.01 min. A Night In Tunesia. Play--
05.30 min. Slow Boat To China. Play-

Charlie Parker Jukebox: 1944-1949. Savoy and Mercury labels, 23 tracks.  Play-
Dizzy Gillespie and Charlie Parker Jukebox: 1945-1946.  9 tracks.   Play

Jazz At The Philharmonic 1949:   8 tracks 1 min.

Jazz At The Philharmonic. 1999 at The Lincoln Jazz Center. 58 min.  Play -
Al Grey, Teddy Edwards, Stephen Riley,  Nicholas Payton, Harry" Sweets" Edison and others.

Benny Carter:
02.38 min. I Can't Get Started.  Play-


Gene Krupa's Jazz At The Philharmonic Drumsolos.
2.44 min. Drum Boogie.   Play- Carnegie Hall, September 1952.
3.31 min. The Drum Battle.  Play- Gene & Buddy at JATP, September 1952. 
1.27 min. Gene's Blues.  Play-    May 16 or November 1, 1955.
2.01 min. Sing, Sing, Sing. Play   Gene's Quartet with Eddie Shu. 1956.

Great Jam Sessions A la Jazz At The Philharmonic

1954, November  Japan. 
Perdido en Summer Time.  With big Photos.  Click and listen -WMP. New!
The Ko Licht Music Society Orchestra,  Student Band.
KO University Tokyo Japan
Masuhiko TSUJI-Altosax, the webmaster.  Site -Photo left on the top.

1976. The Netherlands Concert.
Illinios Jacquet, tenorsax. Milt Buckner, organ. Sonny Payne, drums. 1976, Oct. 20-
Lester Leaps In, Robbins Nest, Hamp's Boogie Woogie, Hey! Ba-Ba-Re-Bop and more.

1993. The Netherlands Concert.  Tip!
Louis Bellson's Jazz Giants: Louis Bellson, drums. Spanky Davis, trumpet. Curtis Fuller, trombone.
Harold Ashby, tenorsax. Lou Stein,  piano. Eddie Jones, bass. -1993, Jan. 21------

2000: This is a Jam Session a la JATP.
Clark Terry, Harry Sweets Edison, Teddy Edwards and Others.  Play

2001: At Paradiso, The Netherlands.
--Candy Dulfer.
Dutch Concerts:
On 2001, Feb 1 a very swinging performance was given in  Amsterdam's Rock Temple PARADISO during the 
recording of the NPS TV program "ParadisoLive" centered around the Top Dutch Lady Saxophone player 
CANDY DULFER. One of her special guests was JOEY DEFRANCESCOand together with her father Hans Dulfer
and Boris van der Lek on saxes and veteran Dutch swinger John Engels on drums they played
this Hot, Hot a la JATP version of "UP-UP"Play-(Realplayer). Saxsolo 1 Boris.  2 Candy.  3 Hans.

1947: V-DISC 781. Jazz At The Philharmonic.    Solo Buddy Rich. 4.35 min.  Play
Touring with Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic, a group of jazz heavyweights appeared on the April 5, 1947
broadcast of WNEW New York's "Saturday Swing Show." Illinois Jacquet, whose characteristic tenor sax squeals
electrifieda JATP audience in 1944, ignites this all-star recording that includes Roy Eldridge, Count Basie and
Buddy Rich. 
Musicians were "Jammin' On A V-Disc" until May 1949 - proof that the popular record format had not lost its ear for 
military entertainment in the post-war era.

 '50: Lionel Hampton and Jazz at the Philharmonic. 7.35 min. Flying Home.  Play -Sorry, the server is out !

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The Fourties.


1949: Plip Philips, Norman Granz and Coleman Hawkins.


Bill Harris

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1953 Down Beat with JATP
 


JATP in Japan.


14th National Tour. 1952 ?
Oscar Peterson Trio: Peterson, Ray Brown,  Herb Ellis, Dizzy Gillespie, Ella Fitzgerald, Buddy Rich and more.
 

1952

1952 program Noman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic.


Plip Philips and Lester Young tenorsax. Roy Eldridge and Charlie Shavers,trumpet.
Oscar Peterson, piano. Barney Kessel, guitar. Ray Brown, bass. Buddy Rich, drums.
Ella Fitzgereld, vocal. Hank Jones, piano. Gene Krupa, drums. Willie Smith, alto sax. 
 

1952

Ella Fitzgerald and 'Jazz at the Philharmonic'Frankfurt, Germany, April, 1952. 
Ella Fitzgerald touring Europe with "Jazz at the Philharmonic sings for patients at the 97th General U.S. 
Army Hospital in Frankfurt.
Other musicians are guitarist Irving Ashby, bassist Ray Brown and drummer Max Roach. 

1952

Charlie Parker, Johnny Hodges and Benny Carter.
Legendary 1952 Norman Granz Jam Session.


Illinois Jacquet, Dizzy Gillespie, Roy Eldridge, Gene Krupa, Ray Brown. '50.


Buddy Rich,  Jo Jones, Gene Krupa. '50.


1955 Program


 Benny Carter and Flip Phillips, rehearsal, Ravinia Festival, Chicago, 1997. 
Carter and Phillips first played together in 1952 with Jazz at the Philharmonic. (Photo by Ed Berger)


Jazz At The Philharmonic members from the early 1950s.  Pictured (front row, l-r) are Johnny Hodges, alto sax;
Flip Phillips, tenor sax; Lionel Hampton, vibes; Illinois Jacquet, tenor sax; Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet.;
(Back row, l-r) Oscar Peterson, piano; Buddy Rich, drums; and Ray Brown, bass.
 Interview Plip Philips -

1955

Danmark and sweden

The Jatp program from 1955 when they visited Sweden and Denmark.
Collection: Carl-Gustaf,  Sweden.
 


JATP 1957.
 


1958 JATP tour of Germany Program:
Featuring Dizzy Gillespie, Roy Eldridge, Coleman Hawkins, Stan Getz, Sonny Stitt, Joe Turner,
Lou Levy, Pete Johnson, Max Bennett, Ray Brown, Herb Ellis, Gus Johnson.


David Stone Martin: 1958 UK Jazz at the Philharmonic Program.


1960 UK Tour.


Norrman Granz and Ella Fitzgerald, 1960 UK Tour.
 

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Ella Fitzgareld and Roy Eldridge: JATP 1960, Karlsruhe. Germany.
 More great jazz photos -

1967

1967 Saturday july 1.


1972 Poster.


2002 Book: Norman Granz: The White Moses of Black Jazz -

2002

Ray Bryant, James Moody, Frank Wess, Jon Faddis, Clark Terry, Louie Bellson, 4 May 2002. Berlin.

More Jazz Photos from Sweden: Click
Lionel Hampton,  Duke Ellington, Dizzy Gillespie, Clark Terry, Rex Stewart
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