Bird and the Trumpets (Musica Jazz MJCD 1102)

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Title: Bird and the Trumpets
Label: Musica Jazz MJCD 1102
Number of Tracks: 14
Details: December 10, 1945; September 13, 1947; December 11, 1948; December 12, 1948; March 5, 1949 (c); June 8, 1950 (a); December 24, 1949 (b); May 17, 1950; June 16, 1952

Note: Only tracks on which Parker is present (74:48) are displayed below.

1 Shaw 'Nuff (D. Gillespie-C. Parker) [Dec 10, 1945] 4:21
2 Groovin' High (D. Gillespie-F. Paparelli) [Dec 10, 1945] 5:46
3 Hot House (T. Dameron) [Sep 13, 1947] 5:22
4 Slow Boat to China (F. Loesser) [Dec 11, 1948] 5:12
5 Salt Peanuts (D. Gillespie-K. Clarke) [Mar 24, 1952] 3:55
6 Barbados (C. Parker) [Mar 5, 1949 (c)] 3:39
7 Just Friends (J. Klenner-S. Lewis) [Jun 8, 1950 (a)] 3:10
8 April in Paris (V. Duke-E.Y. Harburg) [Jun 8, 1950 (a)] 3:16
9 Ornithology (C. Parker-B. Harris) [Dec 24, 1949 (b)] 4:28
10 Bird of Paradise (C. Parker) [Dec 24, 1949 (b)] 6:18
11 Ko Ko (C. Parker) [Dec 24, 1949 (b)] 5:11
12 Out of Nowhere (E. Heyman-J.W. Green) [May 17, 1950] 6:17
13 Move (D. Best) [May 17, 1950] 6:33
14 Indiana (J.F. Hanley-B. McDonald) [Jun 16, 1952] 11:20


December 10, 1945
Charlie Parker (as); J.B. "Dizzy" Gillespie (tpt); Milt Jackson (vb); Al Haig (p); Ray Brown (b); Stan Levey (d); Mannie Klein (tpt); Red Mack (tpt); Raven Mandell (tpt); Teddy Buckner (tpt); George Washington (tb); Carl Loeffler (tb); Janu Tizol (tb); Willie Smith (as); Les Robinson (as); Corky Corcoran (ts); Jack McVea (ts); Floyd Turnham (bs); Milt Laskin (p); Allan Reuss (g); Van Clark (b); Ray Hagan (d); Jimmy Mundy (cond, arr); Kay Starr (voc); Frankie "Sugar Chile" Robinson (p, voc); Harry "The Hipster" Gibson (p, voc); Ernie "Bubbles" Whitman (ann); Vernon Smith (ann)

September 13, 1947
Charlie Parker (as); J.B. "Dizzy" Gillespie (tpt); John La Porta (cl); Lennie Tristano (p); Billy Bauer (g); Ray Brown (b); Max Roach (d); Bruce Elliott (ann); Barry Ulanov (ann)

December 11, 1948
Charlie Parker (as); Miles Davis (tpt); Al Haig (p); Tommy Potter (b); Max Roach (d); Conti Candoli (tpt); Benny Green (tb); Charlie Ventura (ts); Ben Ventura (bs); Roy Kral (p, voc); Kenny O'Brien (b); Ed Shaughnessy (d); Jackie Cain (voc); Symphony Sid Torin (ann)

March 5, 1949 (c)
Charlie Parker (as); Kenny Dorham (tpt); Eli "Lucky" Thompson (ts); Al Haig (p); Tommy Potter (b); Max Roach (d)

December 24, 1949 (b)
Charlie Parker (as); Red Rodney [Robert Chudnick] (tpt); Al Haig (p); Tommy Potter (b); Roy Haynes (d); Symphony Sid Torin (ann)

May 17, 1950
Charlie Parker (as); Theodore "Fats" Navarro (tpt); Earl "Bud" Powell (p); Walter Bishop, Jr. (p); Dillon "Curley" Russell (b); Tommy Potter (b); Art Blakey (d); Roy Haynes (d); "Little" Jimmy Scott (voc)

June 8, 1950 (a)
Charlie Parker (as); Kenny Dorham (tpt); Tony Scott (cl); Al Haig (p); Tommy Potter (b); Roy Haynes (d)

March 24, 1952
Charlie Parker (as); Henry "Red" Allen (tpt, voc); Bill Butterfield (tpt); Russell "Big Chief" Moore (tb); Bill Harris (tb); Jerry Jerome (ts, cl); Buddy De Franco (cl); Dick Cary (p); Teddy Wilson (p); Eddie Safranski (b); Don Lamond (d); Willis Conover (ann); Leonard Feather (ann)

June 16, 1952
Charlie Parker (as); Sonny Criss (as); Chet Baker (tpt); Al Haig (p); Russ Freeman (p); Harry Babasin (b); Lawrence Marable (d)

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