001:  All of Norman Granz "the jazz scene"

1.
12" 78rpm ~6 Album set
Mercury no Noumber
12sp album
2.
 7" 45rpm ~5 Box set
EP Album #1
Clef Records
45box set
3.
10" LP ~2 Box set
clef records
no number
10box set
4.
10" LP ~2 Album set
(Gatefold cover)
clef records
album #1
10 album set
5.
10" LP ~2 Album
Columbia(UK)
33C9007/No.1
33C9008/No.2
uk columbia
6.
10" LP ~2 Album
Blue Star(Fr)
GLP3506/Vol.1
GLP3507/Vol.2
I don't own this records
7.
12" LP
Clef MC C-674
12 LP clef
8.
12" LP
Verve MG V-8060
12 LP verve
9.
12" LP
AMERICAN RECORDINGS SOCIETY (ARS)
G-419
12 LP ars
10.
CD
Verve (USA)
314 521 661-2 (2CD)
1994
CD clef
11.
CD
Verve (Ja)
UCCV-9162
2004
CD clef 9162
12.
Photo Album
no number

JS photo album
”ÔŠO01.
10 inch SP (Parker side)
Cool Records
OBIRDO

10 SP cool
”ÔŠO02.
10 inch SP (Parker side)
Q-T Records
ObirdO

10SP QT 1
”ÔŠO03.
10 inch SP (Parker side)
Q-T Records
OBRIDO

10SP QT 2


"the jazz scene" - Žû˜^‹È

THE DUKE ELLINGTON SIDES
2077-1 Sono (D.Ellington)
2078-6 Frustration (D.Ellington)
THE NEAL HEFTI SIDES
2071-1 Repetition (N.Hefti)
2072-5 Rhumbacito (N.Hefti)
THE LESTER YOUNG SIDE
2198-1 I Want To Be Happy (V.Youmans - I.Caesar)
THE COLEMAN HAWKINS SIDE
2073-1 Picasso (C.Hawkins)
THE RALPH BURNS SIDE
2075-1 Introspection (R.Burns)
THE GEORE HANDY SIDE
2076-1 The Bloos (G.Handy)
THE CHARLIE PARKER SIDE
2081-5 The Bird (C.Parker)
THE WILLIE SMITH SIDE
2074-5 Sophisticated Lady (D.Ellington/I.Milles/M.Parish)
THE MACHITO SIDE
2172-4 Tanga (Mario Bauza)
THE BUD POWELL SIDE
2199-2 Cherokee (Rey Noble)

"the jazz scene" - Personnel

mx-no. 2077, 2078:
Duke Ellington and his Orchestra
Harry Carney (bs); Billy Strayhorn (p); Fred Guy (g); Oscar Pettiford (b);
Sonny Greer (ds); unidentified strings section. Duke Ellington (arr)
Radio Recordars, Hollywood, CA., late summer or fall 1947.

mx-no. 2071, 2072:
Neal Hefti's Orchestra
Doug Mettome; Al Porcino; Ray Wetzel (tp); Bill Harris; Bart Varsalona (tb); Vincent Jacobs (frh); John LaPorta (cl); Charlie Parker (as on 2071); Sonny Salad; Murray Williams (as); Pete Mondello; Flip Phillips (ts); Manny Albam (bs); Manny Fidler; Sid Harris; Sam Kaplan; Harry Katzman; Gene Orloff; Ziggy Smirnoff (vln); Nat Nathanson; Fred Ruzilla (vla); Joe Benaventi (vlc); Tony Aless (p); Curly Russell (b); Shelly Manne (ds); Diego Iborra (cga, bgo); Neal Hefti (arr, cond).
Recorded in Carnegie Hall, New York City, December 1947.

mx-no. 2193:
Lester Young Trio
Lester Young (ts); Nat King Cole (aka Aye Guy) (p); Buddy Rich (ds).
Recorded at Hollywood, CA., March or April, 1946.

mx-no.2073:
Coleman Hawkins Solo
Coleman Hawkins (unaccompanied tenor sax solo).
Recorded in Asch Studios, New York City, 1948.

mx-no.2075:
Ralph Burns and his Orchestra
Sonny Berman; Conrad Gozzo (tp); Bill Harris; Ollie Wilson (tb); Vincent De Rosa (frh); Harry Klee; Hal McKusick (as, cl, fl); Herbie Steward; Lucky Thompson (ts); Chuck Gentry (bs); Dodo Marmarosa (p); Arvin Garrison (g); Red Callender (b); Don Lamond (ds); Ralph Burns (arr, dir).
Recorded at Radio Recorders Studios, Los Angeles, CA., October 15,1946.

mx-no.2076:
George Handy and his Orchestra
Sonny Berman; Pete Candoli; Conrad Gozzo; Al Killian; Dale Pearce (tp); Bill Harris; Ed Kusby; Ollie Wilson (tb); Vincent De Rosa; Evan Hall (frh) Harry Klee (fl, cl, as); Hal McKusick (as); Julius Jacobs (oboe); Robert Swanson (bassoon); Arthur Fleming (contrabassoon); Herbie Steward; Lucky Thompson (ts); Chuck Gentry (bs, b-cl); Harry Bluestone; Robert Jamison; Carl Walker (vln); Arthur Krafton (vlc); Dodo Marmarosa (p); Arvin Garrison (g); Red Callender (b); Don Lamond (ds); Jackie Mills; Jimmy Pratt (per); George Handy (arr, dir).
Recorded at Radio Recorders Studios, Los Angeles, CA., probably October 15,1946.

mx-no.2081:
Charlie Parker Quartet
Charlie Parker (as); Hank Jones (p); Ray Brown (b); Shelly Manne (ds).
Recorded in Carnegie Hall, New York City, February 10, 1949.

mx-no.2074:
Willie Smith Quintet
Willie Smith (as); Dodo Marmarosa (p); Barney Kessel (g);
Red Callender (b); Jo Jones (ds).
Recorded at Radio Recorders Studios, Los Angeles, CA., circa November 1947.

mx-no. 2172:
Machito and his Orchestra
Mario Bauza; Frank "Paquito" Davilla; Bob Woodlen (tp); Gene Johnson; Fred Skerritt (as); Jose Madera; Flip Phillips (ts); Leslie Johnakins (bs); Rene Hernandez (p); Roberto Rodriguez (b); Luis Miranda (cga); Jose Mangual (bgo); Ubaldo Nieto (tim); Machito (arr, cond).
Recorded at Reeves Sound Studios, New York City, December 20, 1948.

mx-no. 2199:
Bud Powell Trio
Bud Powell (p); Ray Brown (b); Max Roach (ds).
Recorded at Reeves Sound Studios, New York City, January or February 1949.


"the jazz scene" Advertisement
"Down Beat" December 2, 1949
(w:282mm~h:405mm)

down beat

DB 491204


"NORMAN GRANZ' JAZZ" Catalog
J.A.T.P. INC. on Mercury Records
3rd Edition
catalog5304 mercury 3rd
w:97mm~h:172mm
printed in U.S.A. April 1953
all 28 pages
page 4
J.A.T.P. INC. on CLEF RECORDS
4th Edition

catalog4th clef 4th
w:97mm~h:172mm
all 52 pages
Release date unknown
page 19

J.A.T.P. INC. on CLEF RECORDS
5th Edition

catalog5411 clef 5th
w:97mm~h:172mm
printed in U.S.A. November 1954
all 64 pages
page 23


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