On September 22, 1978, “All Life” label released “Gitane”, an album by Charlie Haden and Christian Escoudé. It was recorded in September 1978, at “Studio Des Champs Elysees” in Paris, and was produced by Alain Boucanus and Eymeric Adam.
Charlie Haden – double bass
Christian Escoudé – guitar
All tracks by Django Reinhardt except where noted.
On December 18, 1984, “Columbia” label released “Hot House Flowers”, the third Wynton Marsalis album. It was recorded in May 1984, at “RCA Studio A” in New York City, and was produced by George Butler and Steven Epstein. The album won “Grammy Award” for “Best Jazz Instrumental Performance Soloist” in 1985.
Wynton Marsalis – trumpet
Branford Marsalis – soprano and tenor saxophone
Kent Jordan – alto flute
Paul McCandless – oboe, English horn
Andrew Schwartz – bassoon
Peter Gordon – French horn
Tony Price – tuba
Kenny Kirkland – piano
Ron Carter – double bass
Jeff “Tain” Watts – drums
Charles Libove (concertmaster), Ingrid Arden, Peter Dimitriades, Gayle Dixon, Guillermo Figueroa, Winterton Garvey, Harry Glickman, Regis Iandiorio, Ray Kunicki, Patmore Lewis, Diane Monroe, Louann Montesi – violin
Al Brown, Theodore Israel, Mitsue Takayama, Harry Zaratzian – viola
Seymour Barab, Richard Locker, Alvin McCall, Frederick Zlotkin – cello
Bob Freedman – arranger, orchestrator, conductor
Stardust – Hoagy Carmichael, Mitchell Parish
Lazy Afternoon – Jerome Moross, John Latouche
For All We Know – John Frederick Coots, Sam M. Lewis
When You Wish upon a Star – Ned Washington, Leigh Harline
Django – John Lewis
Melancholia – Duke Ellington
Hot House Flowers – Wynton Marsalis
I’m Confessin’ (That I Love You) – Al J. Neiburg, Doc Daugherty, Ellis Reynolds
On October 16, 1989, “Columbia” label released “We Meet Again”, the 62nd Ramsey Lewis album. It was recorded 1988 – 1989, at “Master Sound Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Gary Schultz and Ramsey Lewis.