Dating mike garson
David Bailey, Pete Bainbridge, Christian Bonnet, Robert Bregman, Mark Cantor, Richard Carter, Grard Dugelay, Jan Evensmo, Tom Fleming, Michel Fontanes, Jim Gallert, Sandy Gant, James Harrod, David Jessup, Mark Ladenson, Jan Lohmann, Peter Losin, Alun Morgan, John Morgan, Herman van der Meij, Leif Bo Petersen, Joe Peterson, Stephen Platt, Lewis Porter, Abraham Ravett, Theo Rehak, Bryan S.
Reid, Howard Rye, Norman Saks, Dieter Salemann, Ivn Santiago-Mercado, Phil Schaap, Claude Schlouch, Loren Schoenberg, Han Schulte, Chris Sheridan, Peter Taylor, Malcolm Walker, Art Zimmerman, and Geoffrey Wheeler.
What is listed in this discography reflects this author's best understanding at present.
There are discrepancies between all the discographies I've consulted - hopefully more precise information will appear.
All titles are on CD: Savoy Jazz SVY-17125 and CD: Classics 914.
D-107 is listed as I Got A Date With The Rhythm Man on Classics 914.
For more detailed information (solo length, tempo, etc.) please see Evensmo's web site at I am indebted to these scholars for their outstanding work: : Malcolm Walker's Wardell Gray Discography (compiled by Malcolm Walker and Don Tarrant) was unknown to me before this web site's opening in May.
Also featured are performances by Garry Moore, Slim Gaillard, and the Loumell Morgan Trio, as well as a comedy skit performed by Ben Carter & Mantan Moreland.
The show's opening/closing theme (One O'Clock Jump) is not by the Hines band. 268 are often bundled with these titles on reissues.
The intended 15-CD Complete Edition series on the Masters Of Jazz label was sadly discontinued following their release of Volume 7, but the volumes that were issued remain the single most comprehensive overview of the period they cover.
A four-disc anthology issued by Proper Records in 2003 covers most of Wardell's career, but of course, it is far from comprehensive.