In January 1965, “Blue Note” label released “In ‘n’ Out”, the third Joe Henderson album. It was released in April 1963, at “Van Gelder Studio” in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, and was produced by Alfred Lion.
Joe Henderson — tenor saxophone Kenny Dorham — trumpet McCoy Tyner — piano Richard Davis — bass Elvin Jones — drums
All tracks by Joe Henderson except where noted.
In ‘n’ Out Punjab Serenity Short Story – Kenny Dorham Brown’s Town – Kenny Dorham
In January 1965, “Parrot” label released the self-titled, debut The Zombies album. It was recorded in 1964, and was produced by Rod Argent and Ken Jones.
Colin Blunstone – lead and backing vocals, tambourine Chris White – bass, backing vocals Paul Atkinson – electric guitar Rod Argent – lead and backing vocals, electric piano, organ Hugh Grundy – drums
She’s Not There – Rod Argent Summertime – George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin, Dubose Heyward It’s Alright With Me – Rod Argent You’ve Really Got a Hold Me / Bring It On Home to Me – Smokey Robinson, Sam Cooke Sometimes – Rod Argent Woman – Rod Argent Tell Her No – Rod Argent I Don’t Want to Know – Chris White Work ’n’ Play – Ken Jones Can’t Nobody Love You – Phillips Mitchell What More Can I Do – Chris White I Got My Mojo Working – Preston Foster, McKinley Morganfield
In January 1965, “Decca” label released “Folk, Blues and Beyond”, the second Davey Graham studio album. It was recorded in 1964, and was produced by Ray Horricks.
Davey Graham – vocals, guitar, classical guitar
Gus Dudgeon – engineer
Edley Odowd – design
Crispian Woodgate – cover photography
David Fricke – liner notes
Leavin’ Blues – Lead Belly
Cocaine – Reverend Gary Davis
Sally Free and Easy – Cyril Tawney
Black Is the Colour of My True Love’s Hair – traditional
Rock Me Baby – Big Bill Broonzy
Seven Gypsies –traditional
Ballad of the Sad Young Men – Fran Landesman, Tommy Wolf
Moanin’ – Bobby Timmons
Skillet (Good’n’greasy) – Davey Graham
Ain’t Nobody’s Business What I Do – Porter Grainger, Everett Robbins
Maajun (A Taste of Tangier) – Davey Graham
I Can’t Keep from Cryin’ Sometimes – Blind Willie Johnson
Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right – Bob Dylan
My Babe – Willie Dixon
Goin’ Down Slow – Oden
Better Get Hit in Yo’ Soul – Charles Mingus
In January 1965, “Blue Note” label released “Song for My Father”, the thirteen Horace Silver album. It was recorded on October 31, 1963, January 28 and October 26 1964, and was produced by Alfred Lion.
Horace Silver– piano
Carmell Jones– trumpet
Joe Henderson– tenor saxophone
Teddy Smith– bass
Roger Humphries– drums
Blue Mitchell– trumpet
Junior Cook– tenor saxophone
Gene Taylor– bass
Roy Brooks – drums
All tracks by Horace Silver, except where noted.
Song for My Father
The Natives Are Restless Tonight
The Kicker – Joe Henderson