|Title:||The Complete Atlantic And EMI Jazz Recordings Of Shorty Rogers|
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|1-4||Over The Rainbow||2:59|
|1-6||Sam And The Lady||3:05|
|1-8||Casa De Luz||5:36|
|1-12||Just A Few||4:14|
|1-13||Isn't It Romantic||5:42|
|1-14||Not Really The Blues||4:56|
|1-15||Martians Go Home||7:52|
|2-1||My Heart Stood Still||6:08|
|2-3||Oh Play That Thing||6:29|
|2-5||Twelfth Street Rag||4:46|
|2-6||The Lady In Red||6:01|
|2-9||That's What I'm Talkin 'Bout||5:31|
|2-13||Martians Come Back||6:12|
|2-14||March Of The Martians||4:34|
|3-1||Papouche (Alternate Version)||4:35|
|3-3||Martians Stay Home||6:33|
|3-8||Serenade In Sweets||6:33|
|3-11||Wail Of Two Cities||5:24|
|3-13||Chant Of The Cosmos||6:13|
|4-3||Blues Way Up There||5:17|
|4-4||Blues Way Down There||4:14|
|4-6||I Dig Ed||3:07|
|4-7||Adam In New York||3:10|
|4-8||Clickin' With Clax||7:16|
|4-9||Put The Goodies On||6:13|
|MR6-125||Shorty Rogers||The Complete Atlantic And EMI Jazz Recordings Of Shorty Rogers (6xLP, Comp, Ltd + Box, Ltd, Num)||Mosaic Records||MR6-125||US||1989|
Tenor Saxophone – Bill Holman (tracks: 4-5 to 4-12), Jimmy Giuffre (tracks: 1-1 to 1-6, 1-13 to 3-7, 3-11 to 3-13, 4-5 to 4-12). Transferred By – Bobby Warner, Ron McMaster. Matrix, Runout (Disc I): Shorty Rogers Disc I 484-019-001 B 06/04/89C. Matrix, Runout (Disc 2): Shorty Rogers Disc II Technidisc 01/17/89B. Matrix, Runout (Disc 3): Shorty Rogers Disc III 484-019-003-C 02/17/89G. Matrix, Runout (Disc 4): Shorty Rogers Disc IV Technidisc 484-019-004-A 01/17/890. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
Six titles from 1951 find Rogers leading an octet based on Miles Davis' Birth of the Cool nonet and featuring solos from altoist Art Pepper, the tenor of Jimmy Giuffre, and pianist Hampton Hawes. Rogers also heads a quintet with altoist Bud Shank in 1954, a quintet with Giuffre (tripling on clarinet, tenor, and baritone) in 1955, and some slightly larger groups (with such sidemen as the Candoli Brothers, trumpeter Harry "Sweets" Edison, altoists Herb Geller and Shank, pianists Lou Levy and Pete Jolly, and drummer Shelly Manne, among others).
Composer, Primary Artist, Trumpet.
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Jazz Waltz is an album by American jazz trumpeter, composer and arranger Shorty Rogers, released on the Reprise label in 1963. On All About Jazz Dave Rickert said "the novelty of ¾ time in music is still fresh even today and Joe Mondragon and Mel Lewis create a seemingly infinite variety of ways to swing in waltz time. Rogers contributes a few catchy melodies (in particular the title track) and creates lovely charts"
Shorty Rogers, trumpet, arranger; John Graas, French horn; Gene Englund, tuba; Art Pepper, alto sax; Jimmy Giuffre, tenor sax, arranger; Hampton Hawes, piano; Don Bagley, bass; Shelly Manne, drums. Los Angeles, CA, October 8, 1951. The Complete Atlantic And EMI Jazz Recordings Of Shorty Rogers (Mosaic MR6-125). Shorty Rogers, trumpet, arranger; John Graas, French horn; Gene Englund, tuba; Art Pepper, alto sax; Jimmy Giuffre, tenor sax, arranger; Hampton Hawes, piano; Don Bagley, bass; Shelly Manne, drums.
The Complete Atlantic and EMI Jazz Recordings. The Fourth Dimension in Sound. The Shorty Rogers Quintet. The Swinging Mr. Rogers. The Wizard of Oz and Other Harold Arlen Songs. The Young Art Pepper with Stan Kenton & Shorty Rogers.
Shorty Rogers Complete Q. .has been added to your Cart. CD 1 This CD holds the first recordings Shorty Rogers did fronting his own quintet the way it regularly appeared at the elegant Zardis, the hottest Hollywood Jazz spot of the moment. After several months of playing, Shorty Rogers & His Giants were fresh and ready to make their recording debut by cutting four tracks with RCA Victor in September 1954. A provocative photo by William Claxton of Shorty with his head encased in a spacemans helmet illustrated the album and became one of the most popular covers of the year. The four first sides on this CD were the last Shorty Rogers recorded with his quintet during his Atlantic interim before he returned to RCA Victor.