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On July 15, 1963.

On July 15, 1963, “Columbia” label released “Seven Steps to Heaven”, the eighth Miles Davis studio album. It was recorded April – May 1963, at “Columbia Studios” in Los Angeles, “CBS 30th Street Studio” in New York City, and was produced by Teo Macero.

Personnel:

  • Miles Davis – trumpet
  • George Coleman – tenor saxophone
  • Herbie Hancock – piano
  • Victor Feldman – piano
  • Ron Carter – bass
  • Frank Butler – drums
  • Tony Williams – drums

Track listing:

  1. Basin Street Blues – Spencer Williams
  2. Seven Steps to Heaven – Victor Feldman, Miles Davis
  3. I Fall in Love Too Easy – Jule Styne
  4. So Near, So Far – Tony Crombie, Benny Green
  5. Baby Won’t You Please Come Home – Clarence Williams, Charles Warfield
  6. Joshua – Victor Feldman

On March 15, 2005.

On March 15, 2005, “Savant” label released “Keep It Simple”, the 24th Curtis Fuller album. It was recorded in September 2003, at “Rocky Mountain Studios” in Hilton Head, Carolina, and was produced by Jacey Falk.

Personnel:

  • Curtis Fuller – trombone 
  • Javon Jackson – tenor saxophone 
  • Doug Carn – piano
  • Rodney Jordan – bass
  • Fritz Wise – drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Curtis Fuller except where noted

  1. Spoken Intro
  2. The Court
  3. Maze
  4. Girl Talk – Neal Hefti, Bobby Troup
  5. A La Mode
  6. Lover Man – Jimmy Davis, Ram Ramirez, Jimmy Sherman
  7. Western Sunrise – Doug Carn
  8. Arabia
  9. I Didn’t Know What Time It Was – Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart
  10. Diane – Javon Jackson
  11. It’s You or No One – Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn

In March 1958.

In March 1958, “Blue Note” label released “The Congregation”, the fourth Johnny Griffin studio album. It was recorded in October 1957, at “Van Gelder Studio” in Hackensack, New Jersey, and was produced by Alfred Lion.

Personnel:

  • Johnny Griffin – tenor saxophone
  • Sonny Clark – piano
  • Paul Chambers – bass
  • Kenny Dennis – drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Johnny Griffin except where noted.

  1. The Congregation
  2. Latin Quarter – John Jenkins
  3. I’m Glad There Is You – Jimmy Dorsey, Paul Mertz
  4. Main Spring
  5. It’s You or No One – Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne
  6. I Remember You – Johnny Mercer, Victor Schertzinger

On January 13, 2004.

On January 13, 2004, “High Note” label released “Song for the New Man”, the 33th David “Fathead” Newman album. It was recorded in October 2003, at “Van Gelder Studio” in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, and was produced by David “Fathead” Newman and Houston Person.

Personnel:

  • David “Fathead” Newman – tenor saxophone, flute
  • Curtis Fuller – trombone 
  • John Hicks – piano
  • John Menegon – bass
  • Jimmy Cobb – drums

Track listing:

All tracks by David “Fathead” Newman except where noted

  1. Visa – Charlie Parker
  2. Time After Time – Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn
  3. Shakabu
  4. Song for the New Man – Pat Rebillot
  5. Passing Through – Herbie Mann
  6. Fast Lane
  7. Lonesome Head
  8. When I Fall in Love – Victor Young, Edward Heyman
  9. This I Dig of You – Hank Mobley

In November 1959.

In November 1959, “Prestige” label released “Cattin’ with Coltrane and Quinichette”, an album by John Coltrane and Paul Quinichette. It was recorded in May 1957, at “Van Gelder Studio” in Hackensack, New Jersey, and was produced by Bob Weinstock.

Personnel:

  • John Coltrane – tenor saxophone 
  • Paul Quinichette – tenor saxophone
  • Mal Waldron – piano
  • Julian Euell – double bass
  • Ed Thigpen – drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Mal Waldron, except where noted

  1. Cattin’
  2. Sunday – Chester Conn, Ned Miller, Jule Styne
  3. Exactly Like You – Jimmy McHugh, Dorothy Fields
  4. Anatomy
  5. Vodka

On November 12, 1964.

On November 12, 1964, “Tamla” label released “Hello Broadway”, the fourth Marvin Gaye studio album. It was recorded in 1964, at “Graystone Ballroom” in Detroit, and was produced by Hal Davis and Marc Gordon.

Personnel:

  • Marvin Gaye – vocals
  • Jerry Long – arranger

Track listing:

  1. Hello Broadway – Ronald Miller, William O’Malley
  2. People – Bob Merrill, Jule Styne
  3. The Party’s Over – Betty Comden, Adolph Green, Jule Styne
  4. On the Street Where You Live – Frederick Loewe, Alan Jay Lerner
  5. What Kind of Fool Am I? – Leslie Bricusse, Anthony Newley
  6. My Kind of Town – Sammy Cahn, Jimmy Van Heusen
  7. Days of Wine and Roses – Henry Mancini, Johnny Mercer
  8. This Is the Life – Charles Strouse, Lee Adams
  9. My Way – Richard Jacques, Ronald Miller
  10. Hello Dolly! – Jerry Herman
  11. Walk on the Wild Side – Mack David, Elmer Bernstein

In October 1959.

In October 1959, “Prestige” label “Cattin’ with Coltrane and Quinichette”, an album by John Coltrane and Paul Quinichette. It was recorded in May 1957, at “Van Gelder Studio” in Hackensack, NJ, and was produced by Bob Weinstock.

Personnel:

  • John Coltrane – tenor saxophone 
  • Paul Quinichette – tenor saxophone
  • Julian Euell – double bass
  • Ed Thigpen – drums
  • Mal Waldron – piano

Track listing:

All tracks by Mal Waldron, except where noted

  1. Cattin’
  2. Sunday – Chester Conn, Ned Miller, Jule Styne
  3. Exactly Like You – Jimmy McHugh, Dorothy Fields
  4. Anatomy
  5. Vodka

in October 1957.

In October 1957, “Blue Note” label released “Hank”, the ninth Hank Mobley album. It was recorded in April 1957, at “Van Gelder Studio” in Hackensack, NJ, and was produced by Alfred Lion.

Personnel:

  • Hank Mobley – tenor saxophone
  • John Jenkins – alto saxophone
  • Donald Byrd – trumpet
  • Bobby Timmons – piano
  • Wilbur Ware – bass
  • Philly Joe Jones – drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Hank Mobley except where noted.

  1. Fit for a Hanker
  2. Hi Groove, Low Feedback
  3. You’d Be So Easy to Love – Cole Porter
  4. Time After Time – Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne
  5. Dance of the Infidels – Bud Powell

In May 1969.

In May 1969, “King” label released “Gettin’ Down to It”, the 24th James Brown studio album. It was recorded December 1968 – March 1969, and was produced by James Brown.

Personnel:

  • James Brown – vocals
  • Dee Felice Trio:
    • Frank Vincent – piano
    • Lee Tucker – bass
    • Dee Felice – drums

Track listing:

  1. Sunny – Bobby Hebb
  2. That’s Life – Kelly Gordon, Dean kay
  3. Strangers in the Might – Bert kaempfert, Charles Singleton, Eddie Snyder
  4. Willow Weep for Me – Ann Ronell
  5. Cold Sweat – James Brown, Alfred Ellis
  6. There Was a Time – Kenny Poole, Lee Garrett
  7. Chicago – Fred Fisher
  8. (I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons – William Best, Derek Watson
  9. Time After Time – Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne
  10. All the Way – Sammy Cahn
  11. It Had to Be You – Isham Jines, Gus Kahn
  12. Uncle – Frank Vincent

 

On May 9, 2000.

On May 9, 2000, “N-Coded” label released “Never Never Land”, the debut Jane Monheit album. It was recorded in January 2000, and was produced by Joel Dorn and Carl Griffin.

Personnel:

  • Jane Monheit– vocals, vocal arrangement
  • Hank Crawford– alto saxophone
  • David “Fathead” Newman– flute, tenor saxophone
  • Kenny Barron– piano
  • Bucky Pizzarelli– guitar
  • Ron Carter– bass
  • Lewis Nash– drums
  • Carl Griffin – executive producer
  • Tom Shick – engineer, mixing
  • Todd Parker – assistant engineer
  • Gene Paul– mastering, mixing
  • David Berkman– arranger
  • Peter Eldridge – arranger

Track listing:

  1. Please Be Kind – Saul Chapin, Sammy Cahn
  2. Detour Ahead – Herb Ellis, Johnny Frigo, Lou Carter
  3. More Than You Know – Vincent Youmans, Billy Rose, Edward Eliscu
  4. Dindi – Antonio Carlos Jobim, Aloisio de Oliveira, Ray Gilbert
  5. Save Your Love for Me – Buddy Johnson
  6. Never Let Me Go – Ray Evans, Jay Livingston
  7. My Foolish Heart – Victor Young, Ned Washington
  8. I Got It Bad (and That Ain’t Good) – Duke Ellington, Paul Francis Webster
  9. Twisted – Wardell Gray, Annie Ross
  10. Never Never Land – Betty Comden, Adolph Green, Jule Styne