New York Journeyman · Complete Quintet & Sextet Recordings
  • Bethlehem BCP-70
    Bethlehem BCP-70
  • Frank Socolow
    Frank Socolow

Frank Socolow

New York Journeyman · Complete Quintet & Sextet Recordings

Fresh Sound Records

Personnel:
Frank Socolow (ts, as), Freddie Webster (tp), Eddie Bert (tb), Bud Powell, Eddie Costa (p), Sal Salvador (g, arr), Leonard Gaskin, Bill Takus (b), Irv Kluger, Jimmy Campbell (d), Manny Albam, Bill Holman (arr)

Reference: FSRCD 387

Bar code: 8427328603874

At last in one CD the complete and rare recordings made by the outstanding saxophonist Frank Socolow as a leader.

Frank Socolow was an excellent tenor saxophonist who unfortunately never rose beyond the rank of journeyman. His transitional style on the tenor was heard with many dance bands, which formed the bulk of his employment in the music business. Having worked the reed section for Boyd Raeburn, Buddy Rich, Chubby Jackson and Artie Shaw, Frank was highly acclaimed by his music colleagues yet, as often happens, his fame as a soloist escaped wider notice, which could be direct result of him being such a good section man. The three first tracks features legendary pianist Bud Powell.



01. Reverse the Charges (Frank Socolow) 2:54
02. The Man I Love (Davis-Sherman-Ramirez) 3:16
03. September in the Rain (Warren-Dubin) 2:46
04. Miss Finegold (Frank Socolow) 2:57
05. But Not for Me (G. & I. Gershwin) 3:07
06. Swing Low Sweet Socolow (Sal Salvador) 2:52
07. How About You (Freed-Lane) 3:51
08. My Heard Stood Still (Rodgers-Hart) 3:11
09. Little Joe (Frank Socolow) 4:11
10. Farfel (Frank Socolow) 3:30
11. I'll Take Romance (Cole Porter) 4:05
12. I Love You (Cole Porter) 4:12
13. I Cried for You (Arnheim-Lyman-Freed) 4:09

Album details

Sources:
Tracks # 1-2, from the 78 rpm Duke 112
Track #3, from the 78 rpm Duke 115
Tracks #4-13, from the 12-inch album "Sounds by Socolow" (Bethlehem BCP-70)

Personnel:

FRANK SOCOLOW QUINTET [#1-3]
Frank Socolow (ts), Freddie Webster (tp), Bud Powell (p), Leonard Gaskin (b), Irv Kluger (d).
Recorded in New York City, May 2, 1945

FRANK SOCOLOW SEXTET [#4-13]
Frank Socolow (ts, as), Eddie Bert (tb), Eddie Costa (p), Sal Salvador (g), Bill Takus (b), Jimmy Campbell (d).
Arrangements by Manny Albam (#4,5,7 & 13), Sal Salvador (#6,10 & 12) and Bill Holman (#8,9 & 11).
Recorded in New York City, November 1956

Bethelehm original cover by Burt Goldblatt
Liner notes: Jordi Pujol
Produced for CD release by Jordi Pujol

Hi Fi · Digitally Remastered
Blue Moon Producciones Discograficas S.L.
Price:

9,95 €  (tax incl.)

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