Scheherajazz + Swingin’ with Prince Igor & Tannhäuser (2 LPs on 1 CD)
  • Somerset SF-9700 Somerset SF-9700
  • Somerset P-16000 Somerset P-16000
  • Skip Martin Skip Martin

Skip Martin

Scheherajazz + Swingin’ with Prince Igor & Tannhäuser (2 LPs on 1 CD)

Blue Moon 800 Series

Personnel:
Symphony Orchestra & the Hollywood All-Star Jazz Band, including Conrad Gozzo, Don Fagerquist (tp), Frank Rosolino, George Roberts (tb), Ted Nash, Paul Horn (reeds), Larry Bunker (vib), Jimmy Rowles (p), Red Mitchell (b), Irv Cottler (d)

Reference: BMCD 866

· Collectors Edition
· Issued in Digipack
· 2 Original LPs on 1 CD
· Original Cover Art and Liner Notes
· Stereo Recordings
· Newly Remastered in 24-Bit


This CD set presents two memorable 1959 albums, Scheherajazz and Swingin with Prince Igor & Tannhäuser. They both provide a provocative, exciting blend of styles, tagged a symphony in jazz, with music played by a group of Hollywood topflight jazz and classical musicians under the leadership of Skip Martin.

These unique performances showcase the all-star jazz band interscored in the symphony orchestra with taste and surprise in three of the best of the known classical works, appealing to pop as well as jazz fans. THE SWINGINGEST DRIVING JAZZ EVER RECORDED, in great Stereo Fidelity.


Tracklisting:

SCHEHERAJAZZ
Adapted from Rimsky Korsakovs Scheherazade

01. First Movement 8:50
02. Second Movement 8:01
03. Third Movement 8:21
04. Fourth Movement and Finale 7:11

SWINGIN with PRINCE IGOR & TANNHÄUSER
Adapted from Alexander Borodins Prince Igor and Richard Wagners Tannhäuser

05. First Movement 2:52
06. Second Movement 4:14
07. Third Movement 2:24
08. Fourth Movement 4:43
09. Overture 14:54


Sources:

Tracks #1-4, from the Somerset album
"Scheherajazz" (SF-9700)

Tracks #5-9, from the Somerset album
"Swingin' with Prince Igor & Tannhäuser" (P-16000)



Personnel on "Scheherajazz"

Symphony Orchestra featuring: Eudice Shapiro, solo violin; Ed Lustgarten, first cello; and the Hollywood All-Star Jazz Band: Conrad Gozzo, Pete Candoli, Don Fagerquist, Frank Beach, Joe Triscari, trumpets; Vince de Rosa, Dick Perissi, Jack Cave, French horns; Clarence Karella, tuba; Joe Howard, Milt Bernhart, Frank Rosolino, trombones; George Roberts, bass trombone; Gus Bivona, clarinet; Ted Nash, Paul Horn, alto saxes; Jules Jacobs, tenor sax; Chuck Gentry, baritone sax; Al Hendrickson, guitar; Jimmy Rowles, piano; Red Mitchell, bass; Larry Bunker, vibes; Irv Cottler, drums; Lou Singer, tympani & percussion.

Recorded in Hollywood at United Recording Studios, June 11 & 12, 1959


Personnel on "Swingin' with Prince Igor"

Symphony Orchestra featuring: Jacques Gasselin, solo violin and the Hollywood All-Star Jazz Band: Conrad Gozzo, Pete Candoli, Frank Beach, Mickey Mangano, Joe Triscari, trumpets; Vince de Rosa, Dick Perissi, Jimmy Magee, Bill Hinshaw, French horns; Clarence Karella, tuba; Dick Nash, Dick Noel, Joe Howard, trombones; George Roberts, bass trombone; Hugo Raimondi, Gus Bivona; clarinets; Paul Horn, alto sax & flute; Harry Klee, Jules Jacobs, tenor saxes; Chuck Gentry, baritone sax; Al Hendrickson, guitar; Jimmy Rowles, piano; Red Mitchell, Rolly Bundock, basses; Gene Estes, vibes; Irv Cottler, drums; Dale Anderson, tympany & percussion.

Recorded in Hollywood at United Recording Studios, October 7 & 8, 1959


Original recordings under direction of D.L. Miller
Audio mix: Bill Putnam
Edit and assembly by Belinda Putnam
Photos: George Pickow
Original cover art: Will Dressler

Produced for CD release by Jordi Pujol


Stereo · 24-Bit Digitally Remastered

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$10.94  (tax incl.)

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