Cy Green JAZZ LIST - The Best in Recorded Jazz

The Greatest Jazz Musicians (1935-1990)

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Cy Green & Jimmy Miller are Songwriters who do not play an instrument, and have never really studied music. They are self-taught and have come up with some damn good songs.

 

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  to raise funds for a CHICAGO recording session 

  of all original material. If you help us  out with

  a small donation, we'll send you our FABULOUS

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 FOR ASPIRING MUSICIANS and STUDENTS,

 This LIST is a must.

 

 

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  Cy Green JAZZLIST

 1,500 Alphabetical Listings. (1935-1990)

ARTIST/ TITLE/ MUSICIANS/ YEAR/ LABEL

 

                                      

     from      PEPPER ADAMS to   DENNY ZEITLAND

 

 

  The Best of the Best ... sent right to your E-MAIL.

 

 

                     This will Improve your Collection!

                        

 

  


 

   

 SEASONED COLLECTORS - CATCH UP and FILL THOSE GAPS ...

 

       

                    The Prez (1909-1959)

 

                                         

                                            

                                       

  This stuff will jump from your speakers!

 

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Here is a Sample of the JAZZLIST

 It's concise and precise and all in the same place - at your fingertips

 

 

JULIAN 'Cannonball' ADDERLY, Alto Sax  (1928-1975)
SOMETHIN' ELSE w/ Miles Davis.... (1958)
Hank Jones/ Sam Jones/ Art Blakey ... BLUE NOTE

ART BLAKEY, Drums (1919-1990)                                                                                        STRAGHT AHEAD(1981)                                                                                                                                          Wynton Marsalis/ Bobby Watson/ Bill Pierce/ James Williams ... CONCORD 

DUKE ELLINGTON, Big Band (1899-1974)
AND HIS MOTHER CALLED HIM BILL ... (1967)
Cat Anderson/ Cootie Williams/ Johnny Hodges/ Paul Gonsalves/ Lawrence Brown ... RCA/BLUEBIRD

DIZZY GILLESPIE, Trumpet (1917-1993)
ELECTRIFYING EVENING .... (1961)
Leo Wright/ Lalo Schfrin/ Bob Cunningham/ Chuck Lampkin ... VERVE       Live!
 
JOE HENDERSON, Tenor Sax (1937-                                                                                         INNER URGE (1964) ....    McCoy Tyner/ Bob Cranshaw/ Elvin Jones ... BLUE NOTE

GERRY MULLIGAN, Baritone Sax (1926-1996)                                                                           NIGHT LIGHTS ...(1963)   w/ JIM HALL   Art Farmer/ Bob Brookmeyer/ Bill Crow/ Dave Bailey PHILLIPS                                                                               

OLIVER NELSON, Tenor Sax (1932-1975)                                                                         FANTABULOUS ... (1964)                                                                                                                                              Phil Woods/Jerome Richardson/Art Hoyle/Tony Studd/Patti Brown/Ben Tucker/G.Tate .. ARGO

CHARLIE PARKER, Alto Sax (1920-1955)                                                                                     BIRD 'N DIZ...  (1950)   Dizzy Gillespie/Thelonious Monk/Curly Russell/Buddy Rich ... VERVE

SONNY ROLLINS, Tenor Sax (1930                                                                                      THE  BRIDGE w/JIM HALL... (1961)  Bob Cranshaw/ Ben Riley ... RCA

              
JIMMY SMITH, Organ (1925-2005)
THE SERMON ... (1958)
Lee Morgan/ Curtis Fuller/ Lou Donaldson/ Kenny Burrell/ Art Blakey ... BLUE NOTE

GERALD WILSON, Big Band (1918
MOMENT OF TRUTH .... (1962)
Carmell Jones/ Joe Maini/ Bud Shank/ Teddy Edwards/ Joe Pass/ Jimmy Bond/ Mel Lewis ...            PACIFIC JAZZ

PHIL WOODS, Alto Sax (1931
MUSIQUE DU BOIS .... (1974)
Jackie Byard/ Richard Davis/ Alan Dawson ... MUSE

LESTER YOUNG, Tenor Sax (1909-1959)
LESTER YOUNG PLAYS WITH THE OSCAR PETERSON TRIO .... (1953)
Barney Kessel/ Ray Brown/ JC Heard ...  VERVE

 

    Jazz Festivals are separated and VOCALS are on a separate list.

 

 

 

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