On December 3, 2012.

On December 3, 2012, “4AD” label released “Bish Bosch”, the fourteenth and the final studio Scott Walker album. It was recorded in 2012, and was produced by Scott Walker and Peter Walsh.

Personnel:

  • Scott Walker – vocals, electric guitar, keyboards, percussion
  • Hugh Burns – acoustic and electric guitar, electric baritone guitar, e-bow guitar, dobro, ukulele, Hawaiian pedal steel
  • James Stevenson – electric guitar, electric baritone guitar, mando guitar,
  • Alasdair Malloy – percussion, tuned gongs, machetes
  • Mark Warman – keyboards, drum programming, tuned gongs, handclaps, machetes
  • Peter Walsh – keyboards FX, drum programming, finger snaps
  • Ian Thomas – drums
  • John Giblin – bass, double bass
  • Paul Willey – violin harmonics
  • Michael Laird – Rams horns
  • Pete Long – baritone saxophone, tuba
  • BJ Cole – Hawaiian pedal steel
  • Guy Barker – trumpet
  • Tom Rees – trumpet
  • Andrew McDonnell – Lo Rumbles & White Noise

Track listing:

All tracks by Scott Walker.

  1. See You Don’t Bump His Head
  2. Corps De Blah
  3. Phrasing
  4. SDSS1416+13B (Zercon, A Flagpole Sitter)
  5. Epizootics!
  6. Dimple
  7. Tar
  8. Pilgrim
  9. The Day The ‘Conducator’ Died (An Xmas Song)

In December 1957.

In December 1957, “Andex” label released “Mucho Calor”, an album by Conte Candoli and Art Pepper. It was recorded in October 1957, at “Forum Theatre” in Los Angeles.

Personnel:

  • Conte Candoli – trumpet, arranger 
  • Art Pepper – alto saxophone, arranger
  • Bill Perkins – tenor saxophone
  • Russ Freeman – piano
  • Ben Tucker – bass
  • Chuck Flores – drums
  • Jack Costanzo, Mike Pacheko – bongos, congas
  • Benny Carter – arranger 
  • Bill Holman – arranger 
  • Johnny Mandel – arranger

Track listing:

  1. Mucho Calor – Bill Holman
  2. Autumn Leaves – Joseph Kosma, Jacques Prévert
  3. Mambo de la Pinta – Art Pepper
  4. I’ll Remember April – Gene de Paul, Don Raye
  5. Vaya Hombre Vaya – Bill Holman
  6. I Love You – Cole Porter
  7. Mambo Jumbo – Conte Candoli
  8. Old Devil Moon – Burton Lane, Yip Harburg
  9. Pernod – Johnny Mandel
  10. That Old Black Magic – Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer

In December 1957.

In December 1957, “Prestige” label released “New Trombone”, the debut Curtis Fuller album. It was recorded in May 1957, at “Van Gelder Studio” in Hackensack, New Jersey, and was produced by Bob Weinstock.

Personnel:

  • Curtis Fuller – trombone
  • Sonny Red – alto saxophone
  • Hank Jones – piano
  • Doug Watkins – bass
  • Louis Hayes – drums

Track listing:

All track by Curtis Fuller except where noted.

  1. Vonce #5
  2. Transportation Blues
  3. Blue Lawson
  4. Namely You – Gene de Paul, Johnny Mercer
  5. What Is This Thing Called Love? – Cole Porter

On december 2, 2016.

On December 2, 2016, Narrative self-released “Golden Silence”, band’s second studio album. It was recorded March – April 2012, at “English Cathedral Barn” in New York, 2013 – 2014, at “Red Wire Audio” in New York City, and was produced by Bryan Russell and Justin Long.

Personnel:

  • Suzie Zeldin – vocals, piano, keyboards, songwriting, percussion
  • Jesse Gabriel – vocals, guitar, banjo, koto, autoharp, songwriting, percussion
  • Jay Scalchunes – drums, percussion
  • Ari Sadowitz – bass
  • Bryan Russell – accordion
  • Dylan Ebrahimian – violin
  • Jon Block – violin
  • Phil Carter – viola
  • Mohit Mansukani – cello
  • David Harary – clarinet, bass clarinet
  • Karri Diomede – flute
  • Wes Maples – saxophone
  • Jonathan D. Schneck – banjo
  • Alex Overington – instrumental arrangements
  • Bryan Russell – engineering
  • Justin Long – engineering
  • Sean Killary – engineering
  • Richard Flack – mixing
  • Jon Florencio – mixing
  • Sam Moses – mastering
  • Vicky Dinka – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Suzie Zeldin and Jesse Gabriel.

  1. Moving Out
  2. Chasing a Feeling
  3. Already Changed
  4. Toe the Line
  5. Oklahoma Air
  6. I Can Make a Mass
  7. California Sun
  8. Home
  9. Reason to Leave
  10. Suburbs

In December 1955.

In December 1955, “Norgran” label released “Pres and Sweets”, an album by Lester Young and Harry Edison, It was recorded in November 1955, at “Radio Recorders” in Hollywood, and was produced by Norman Granz.

Personnel:

  • Lester Young – tenor saxophone
  • Harry Edison – trumpet
  • Oscar Peterson – piano
  • Herb Ellis – guitar
  • Ray Brown – bass
  • Buddy Rich – drums

Track listing:

  1.  Mean to Me – Fred E. Ahlert, Roy Turk
  2. Red Boy Blues – Lester Young
  3. Pennies from Heaven – Arthur Johnston, Johnny Burke
  4. That’s All – Alan Brandt, Bob Haymes
  5. One O’Clock Jump – Count Basie
  6. She’s Funny That Way – Neil Moret, Richard A. Whiting

In December 1954.

In December 1954, “EmArcy” label released “Clifford Brown & Max Roach”, album by Clifford Brown and Max Roach. It was recorded in August 1954, in “Capitol Studios” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Bob Shad, and has been released as 10” vinyl. In “Jazz: A Critic’s Guide to the 100 Most Important Recordings”, the album is placed at #34.

Personnel:

  • Clifford Brown – trumpet
  • Max Roach – drums
  • Harold Land – tenor saxophone
  • George Morrow – bass
  • Richie Powell – piano

Track listing:

 All tracks by Clifford Brown, except where noted.

  1. Delilah – Victor Young
  2. Parisian Thoroughfare – Bud Powell
  3. Daahoud
  4. Joy Spring
  5. Jordu – Duke Jordan

On december 1, 2008.

On December 1, 2008, “New West” labl released “Ready for the Flood”, an album by Mark Olson and Gary Louris. It was recorded in 2008, at “Sage & Sound Studios” in Hollywood, and was produced by Chris Robinson.

Personnel:

  • Mark Olson – vocals, acoustic guitar, Fender Rhodes, Melodeon
  • Gary Louris – vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, harmonica
  • George Reiff – bass
  • Jimi Hey – drums
  • Chris Robinson – harmonica, backing vocals
  • Jason Yates – Hammond B-3 organ
  • Ben Peeler – banjo, dobro
  • Michael Nieves – executive producer
  • David Gorman – executive producer
  • Beau Raymond – engineer
  • Joe Gastwirst – mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by Mark Olson and Gary Louris

  1. Rose Society
  2. Bicycle
  3. Turn Your Pretty Name Around
  4. Saturday Morning on Sunday Street
  5. Kick the Wood
  6. Chamberlain, SD
  7. Black Eyes, Doves And Stones,
  8. My Gospel Song for You
  9. When the Wind Comes Up
  10. Bloody Hands
  11. Life’s Warm Sheets
  12. Trap’s Been Set

In December 1957.

In December 1957, “Blue Note” label released “Dial “S” for Sonny”, the debut Sonny Clark studio album. It was recorded in July 1957, at “Van Gelder Studio” in Hackensack, and was produced by Alfred Lion.

Personnel:

  • Sonny Clark – piano
  • Art Farmer – trumpet
  • Curtis Fuller – trombone
  • Hank Mobley – tenor saxophone
  • Wilbur Ware – bass
  • Louis Hayes – drums
  • Reid Miles – design
  • Rudy Van Gelder – engineer
  • Francis Wolff – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Sonny Clark except where noted.

  1. Dial “S” for Sonny
  2. Bootin’ It
  3. It Could Happen to You – Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen
  4. Sonny’s Mood
  5. Shoutin’ on a Riff
  6. Love Walked In – George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin

In December 1957.

In December 1957, “Bethlehem” label released “Hard Drive”, the ninth Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers album. It was recorded in 1957, in New York City and was produced by Lee Kraft.

Personnel:

  • Art Blakey – drums
  • Bill Hardman – trumpet
  • Johnny Griffin – tenor saxophone
  • Junior Mance, Sam Dockery – piano
  • Spanky DeBrest – bass

Track listing:

  1. For Minors Only – Jimmy Heath
  2. Right Down Front – Johnny Griffin
  3. Deo-X – Bill Hardman
  4. Sweet Sakeena – Bill Hardman
  5. For Miles and Miles – Jimmy Heath
  6. Krafty – Johnny Griffin
  7. Late Spring – Leon Mitchell

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