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Series 8: Sound recordings (continued)
Subseries 1: Artists, bands, and interviews (continued)
Une Soirée Avec Les Yancey (Guilde du Jazz J. 1023) - Jimmy Yancey, Mama Yancey, Alonzo Yancey, 1957 (continued)
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR649 Une Soirée Avec Les Yancey (Guilde du Jazz J. 1023) - Jimmy Yancey, Mama Yancey, Alonzo Yancey, 1957
Rack number: RXH 5526
Extent: 1 sound tape reel : analog ; 7 in.
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR785 Johnny Young - John Lee Granderson - J. Wrencher - Avery Brady? #8, undated
Rack number: RAA 59323
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (00:20:35) : analog, 15 ips, half-track, stereo ; 10 in.
Dub recording.
Vendor's digitization note: Some high frequency loss on this recording, as well as distortion and hiss.
Time Content
Start unidentified song - Johnny Young (Lyrics: "got the blues this morning, got the blues [?]/got to leave her walkin' [?] 'cause my baby don't pay me no mind/Baby hold yourself, hold right here with me")
00:04:11 "You Better Your Ways" [?] - Johnny Young ("Lyrics: "....you better quit your ways...you stayed out all night long/everything you do baby, you do it your way"
00:08:21 "Let My Baby Ride" [?] - unidentified performer (false start, followed by silence)
00:09:36 "Let My Baby Ride" [?] - unidentified performer
00:11:41 unidentified song and performer (Lyrics: "on the [?] ship, painted red, white, and blue/you know they reelin' and rockin', and I won't see home no more)
00:14:02 "Gangster Blues" - unidentified performer
00:16:22 unidentified song and performer [Lyrics: "mama where your doller gone/she loved me this morning; leave me all alone/I'm walking in the moonlight, I'm trying to find my babe tonight"; sound cuts out and back in a few times]
00:20:35 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR516 Johnny Young and His Friends (Testament Records T-2226), 1975
Rack number: RXH 5378
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (Side 1: 00:20:35, Side 2: 00:20:12) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, mono ; 7 in.
Dub copy of the sequenced LP.
Vendor's digitization note: The program is distorted at times.
Side 1
Time Content
Start "Prison Bound" (Young, vocal, guitar; Otis Spann, piano; Slim Willis, harmonica; Robert Whitehead, drums)
00:02:26 "Sugar Farm Blues" (Young, vocal, mandolin; John Lee Granderson, guitar; John Wrencher, harmonica)
00:05:58 "All My Money Gone" (Young, vocal, electric guitar; Walter Horton, harmonica; Jimmy Walker, piano)
00:08:58 "My Home Ain't Here" (Young, vocal, acoustic guitar)
00:11:56 "Did You Get That Letter?" (Young, vocal, electric guitar; Walter Horton, harmonica; Jimmy Walker, piano)
00:15:42 "I'm Leaving, Baby" (Young, vocal.; mandolin; Little Walter Jacobs, harmonica; Jimmy Walker, piano)
00:18:09 "I Got it" [instrumental] (Young, guitar; Otis Spann, piano; Slim Willis, harmonica; Robert Whitehead, drums)
00:20:35 End
Side 2
Time Content
Start "Meet Me in the Bottom" (Young, vocal, acoustic guitar; Robert Nighthawk, electric guitar; John Wrencher, harmonica)
00:02:25 "You Made Me Feel So Good" (Young, vocal, mandolin; Little Walter Jacobs, harmonica; Jimmy Walker, piano)
00:06:50 "Blues and Trouble" (Young, vocal, electric guitar; Walter Horton, harmonica; Jimmy Walker, piano)
00:09:43 "Kid Man Blues" (Young, vocal, mandolin; John Lee Granderson, guitar; John Wrench, harmonica)
00:12:50 "Humpty Dumpty" (Young, vocal, electric guitar; Otis Spann, piano; Slim Willis, harmonica; Robert Whitehead, drums)
00:14:55 "Forty-Four Blues" (Young, vocal; Little Walter Jacobs, harmonica; Jimmy Walker, piano)
00:16:45 "Whoop it Up" (Young, vocal, electric guitar; Walter Horton, harmonica; Jimmy Walker, piano)
00:20:12 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR077 Lester Young interview, February 6, 1959
Rack number: RXH 3216
Extent: on one side of 1 sound tape reel (backcoated polyester; 00:32:30) : analog, 3 3/4 ips, quarter track, stereo ; 7 in.
Archivist's note: The interview was conducted by François Positif (a jazz journalist), in Paris, France, at the Hotel d'Angleterre. The tape is in stereo, but the audio is itself mono. This copy is dubbed from the source, which is a longer interview.
Time Content
Start [several false starts] LY says that he was not born in New Orleans; rather he was born in Woodville, Mississippi.
00:00:46 LY says that he was raised in New Orleans. He talks about his mother and his family. He talks about trucks advertising dances.
00:02:30 LY talks about his father who played trumpet. LY went to Minneapolis. He started as a drummer then switched to alto and tenor sax.
00:06:01 LY says that he played in Salina, Kansas. He asked Art Bronson, "the boss man," to buy him a tenor sax. As soon as he played it, he knew it was the right instrument for him. FI and LY discuss playing the tenor sax. LY talks about Count Basie.
00:08:58 FI asks LY about his start with the Count Basie Band. LY responds. He talks, with a great deal of anger, about being a colored person.
00:10:51 FI asks about the tenor play who influenced LY. LY talks about Frankie Trumbauer. FI asks about Bert Freeman. LY answers.
00:12:33 FI asks LY his opinion about the Blues. LY responds. He talks about his father and his sister. He says that early on he could not read music. His father forced him to learn to read music. He says that he did not like being constrained by written music.
00:16:01 LY says that he does not like to read music. He says that someone in New York is composing music for him. He talks about Norman Granz.
00:17:55 FI asks about LY's last recordings. LY says he played clarinet on them.
00:18:48 LW talks at length about when he first came to New York in 1934.
00:21:05 FI asks about the music LY is playing now. LY answers.
00:22:19 FI asks why LY left the Count Basie Band. They talk about his recordings with Basie.
00:24:02 LY says that he stays by himself and is a private person.
00:24:35 FI asks if LY prefers playing with a trio, quartet or band. LY answers that he prefers the quartet. He says that he wants his music to be "sweet."
00:26:20 FI asks when LY began to get his songs. LY says they came naturally, in 1934 or 19 35. He wanted to see and hear Coleman Hawkins. He talks about the Count Basie Band. He talks about Fletcher Henderson wife, who played trumpet.
00:32:30 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR183 ZOTZ (Emmitt Siniard, Richard Bredice, Steve Carnahan, Dave Plehn, Mike Adams, Michael Dunnagan, and Steven Hague), recorded at Night Owl Recording Studio, late 1972-1973
Rack number: RXH 4066
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (backcoated polyester, 00:32:20) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in.
Archivist's note: Emmitt Siniard confirmed the name of the band, and shared additional names of personnel involved, and provided the recording date range. He identified the location as his first recording studio (email response to the archivist, December 19, 2021).
Time Content
Start The recording begins with a 1 kHz tone, followed by the song "Socks"
00:03:44 "I'll Cry Instead"
00:06:59 "I Need Somebody"
00:10:48 "Late in the Evening"
00:15:41 "Luana"
00:18:42 "Yes We Will"
00:22:04 "Michael and Me"
00:24:26 "It's Alright"
00:27:15 "Good Times"
00:29:01 "She's a Mess"
00:32:16 End
Subseries 2: Events
Events are grouped by the event name.
Sub-subseries 1: The All-Duke Ellington program at Caltech
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR817 Bigard-Woodman All-Stars concert, reel #2, October 20, 1975
Rack number: RAA 59354
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (00:36:11) : analog, 15 ips, half track, stereo ; 10 in.
Recorded live at Baxter Lecture Hall, Caltech (California Institute of Technology), in Pasadena, as part of an all-Duke Ellington program. Personnel: Barney Bigard, clarinet; Britt Woodman, trombone; Jimmy Jones, piano; Larry Leatherwood, bass; Nick Fatool, drums.
Archivist's note: The tape container indicates the concert date was November 20, while SR137's container indicates the date was October 20.The archivist at Caltech confirmed the date was October 20. Recordings from this event are also included on SR137 , SR749 , SR756 , SR757 , and SR758.
Vendor's digitization note: The program has hiss from the tape.
Time Content
Start "C Jam Blues"
00:09:06 "Mood Indigo"
00:18:03 "Don't Get Around Much Anymore"
00:26:32 "Perdido" (spoken intro by Brigard)
00:36:11 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR749 Bigard-Woodman All-Stars concert, reel 2 of 2, October 20, 1975
Rack number: RAA 59287
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (00:36:39) : analog, 15 ips, half track, stereo ; 10 in.
Archivist's note: Other recordings from this event are included on SR137 , SR756 , SR757 , SR758 , and SR817 , with further details noted for SR817 relevant to all recordings from the event.
Vendor's digitization note: The program has distortion and hiss from the source tape. The beginning and end of the tape are cut off.
Time Content
Start "C-Jam Blues"
00:04:12 "Caravan"
00:14:02 "Chelsea Bridge"
00:17:36 "Rose Room"
00:22:44 "Sophisticated Lady"
00:27:40 "Take the 'A' Train"/"Things Ain't What They Used To Be"
00:36:39 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR137 Bigard-Woodman All-Stars concert, October 20, 1975
Rack number: RXH 3686
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (polyester; Side 1: 00:41:00, Side 2: 00:41:15) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo ; 7 in.
Described on the tape box as a rough dub-down recording. See SR817 for further details and notes. Recordings from this event are included on SR749 , SR756 , SR757 , SR758 , and SR817.
Side 1
Time Content
Start "In a Mello Tone"
00:07:46 "C Jam Blues"
00:16:44 "Mood Indigo"
00:25:49 "Don't Get Around Much Anymore"
00:34:14 "Perdido"
00:41:00 End
Side 2
Time Content
Start "Perdido"
00:03:56 "Caravan"
00:14:04 "Chelsea Bridge"
00:17:53 "Rose Room"
00:23:12 "Sophisticated Lady"
00:28:24 "Take the A Train"
00:35:15 "Things Ain't What They Used To Be"
00:41:15 End
Sub-subseries 2: A Night in New Orleans
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR756 A Night in New Orleans (3rd annual), held at Caltech (reel #1 of 3), October 20, 1975
Rack number: RAA 59294
Extent: 1 sound tape reel : analog, 15 ips, 4 track ; 10 in.
The tape box includes the following information: Barney Bigard; Britt Woodman; Jimmy Jones; Ray Leatherwood; Nick Fatool / Caltech Concert.
Other recordings from this event are included on SR137 , SR749 , SR757 , SR758 , and SR817 , with further details noted for SR817 relevant to all recordings from the event.
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR757 3rd annual "A Night in New Orleans," held at Caltech (reel #2 of 3), October 20, 1975
Rack number: RAA 59295
Extent: 1 sound tape reel : analog, 15 ips, 4 track ; 10 in.
Archivist's note: Other recordings from this event are included on SR137 , SR749 , SR756 , SR758 , and SR817 , with further details noted for SR817 relevant to all recordings from the event.
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR758 A Night in New Orleans (3rd annual), held at Caltech (reel #3 of 3), October 20, 1975
Rack number: RAA 59296
Extent: 1 sound tape reel : analog, 15 ips, 4 track ; 10 in.
Archivist's note: Other recordings from this event are included on SR137 , SR749 , SR756 , SR757 , and SR817 , with further details noted for SR817 relevant to all recordings from the event.
Sub-subseries 3: Big Horn Jazz Festival
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR214 Big Horn Jazz Festival: Soprano Summit, first set, May 30, 1976 (Side 1), Bud Freeman and Vic Dickenson, May 27, 1974 (Side 2), May 27, 1974 , May 30, 1976
Rack number: RXH 4097
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (graphite-backed polyester Side 1: 01:37:08, Side 2: 01:37:11) : analog, 3 3/4 ips, quarter track, stereo ; 7 in.
Archivist's note: See SR213 for performances from the 1975 festival.
LC engineer's note: The tape side were recorded out of relative phase. This was corrected in the transfer.
Logger's note: Performers include Marty Grosz on guitar, [unintelligible name on the recording] on drums, Milt Hinton on bass, Kenny Davern on clarinet, and Bob Wilber on clarinet. This audio log includes some of the band members' banter with each other in between songs, and jokes they make about Marty Grosz.
Side 1
Time Content
Start People are chatting and clapping.
00:00:23 Sydney Bechet's "Swing Parade" begins to play. Song from Soprano Summit's first album.
00:03:41 Bob Wilber announces the musicians and which instruments they are playing. He announces that next they will play an original song from their upcoming Chiaroscuro album called, "Grenadilla Stomp." He explains that his clarinet is made from grenadilla wood, and jokes that Kenny Davern's clarinet is made of hard rubber. The audience laughs. He says, "Everyone to their own tastes." You can hear Davern in the background say, "I'll get you for that, Wilber."
00:05:14 "Grenadilla Stomp"
00:13:48 Bob Wilber (presumably) announces next song - "Black and Tan Fantasy" by Duke Ellington
00:14:21 "Black and Tan Fantasy"
00:22:19 "Ole Miss" by W. C. Fields
00:28:26 Bob Wilber [presumably] says, "The reason we stand up after each number is not to acknowledge your applause as so much as to air off certain areas of the body which happen to be sticking to the seat due to incredible humidity here in Chicago." Someone from the audience asks when Marty will sing. Wilber responds, "Marty sings soon. He has a couple of numbers where we turn him loose."
00:29:16 Bob Wilber [presumably] says that the next piece called "Song of Songs" is probably the most requested piece they have in their library.
00:30:12 "Song of Songs"
00:36:03 Song ends and Wilber says, "And now we'd like to present our lovely vocalist, Chicago's own, Marty Grosz ... otherwise known as 'send in the clowns.'"
00:36:38 Wilber announces that the next song is one from Thomas Fats Waller called "How Can You Face Me Now?" sung by Marty Grosz. Song begins to play.
00:41:00 Wilber announces that they will be playing "Milneburg Joys" next. He makes some jokes about the song and their concerts.
00:41:48 "Milneburg Joys"
00:49:05 Wilber announces the name of the drummer again - Freddie Stohl. He also goes through the names and musicians in the band again.
00:49:33 Wilber announces the next song is "Chalumeau Blue" (as well as the title of their next album). "Chalumeau Blue" begins to play.
00:58:08 "Oh! Sister, Ain't That Hot"
01:06:11 "Egyptian Fantasy"
01:11:24 "Oriental Strut"
01:16:11 Wilber says, "Now it's time once again ladies and gentlemen for our lovely vocalist, Miss Grosz ... wending her way to the bandstand into the hearts of hundreds."
01:18:11 "A Porter's Love Song to His Chambermaid"
01:25:40 "I Wish That I Were Twins" begins to play. (Before they start to play this song, Marty Grosz [I think] tells a joke story about how Paul Newman is his famous movie star twin.)
01:31:20 "Meet Me Tonight in Dreamland" [tapes were changed at about this point in the recording]
01:36:57 Announces that they are going to do a song that they don't have an arrangement of - they just sort of do it off the tops of their heads, but the recording cuts out.
01:37:05 End
Side 2
Time Content
Start "Deed I Do" begins. People talk and laugh throughout the track.
00:10:42 "Things Ain't What They Used to Be" begins. People talk and laugh throughout the track.
00:23:14 Some unintelligible talking. Sounds like the recording got cut off.
00:23:20 "Don't Blame Me'
00:28:19 "Somebody Stole My Gal"
00:39:07 Someone announces that they will play a song composed by Bud Freeman - "The D-Minor Thing."
00:39:46 "The D-Minor Thing"
00:47:45 "Chicago"
00:53:07 "Viper's Drag"
00:57:57 "I Can't Believe That You're in Love With Me"
01:07:25 An unidentified instrumental song
01:14:41 Someone announces that Vic Dickenson has a request to do "In A Sentimental Mood."
01:15:10 Someone announces, "This piece is in reverence to The Duke, who is buried today and we [unintelligible] would like to give something to Duke."
01:15:28 "In A Sentimental Mood"
01:20:16 "Squeeze Me'
01:25:41 "Lady, Be Good"
01:37:10 End
Sub-subseries 4: Drum Talk Coast To Coast
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR714 Drum Talk Coast To Coast, 1964
Rack number: RXH 5591
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (acetate; Side 1: 00:41:14, Side 2: 00:16:35) : analog, 3 3/4 ips, quarter track, mono ; 7 in.
Archivist's note: In 1964 Down Beat magazine held three discussions with drummers, at three locations. This recordings seems to be the third discussion, held in Down Beat 's Chicago office. Elvin Jones and Joe Morello are interviewed by Don (no last name given). The event was covered in the magazine's March 26, 1964 issue.
LC engineer's note: This file contains audio from the left track of the tape, which was in reverse (highly unusual). This was corrected in both preservation and access files. This suggests the tape was recorded in the half-track mono format and later altered on a quarter-track stereo machine. The audio is almost completely inaudible from 00:24:50 to the end of the file but there is audio. It sounds like poor erasure.
Side 1
Time Content
Start Getting ready.
00:01:05 Start of interview.
00:07:05 The interviewer asks about a what a young drummer: what studies should he seek and should he study another instrument. The drummers reply.
00:10:14 [office noise, including a typewriter, and contruction noise, including hammering, makes the interview even more difficult to understand.]
00:14:25 One of the drummers says that it would be good for the young drummer to study mathematics.
00:15:04 The interviewer asks: "What is the most important thing for a drummer to know or for a drummer to do? The drummers reply.
00:18:29 The interviewer asks: "How much do you practice and how?" The drummers reply.
00:24:50 Blank until the end of recording.
00:41:14 End
Side 2
Time Content
Start The interviewer asks: "Some drummers swing and some drummers don't. What is swinging and what is not swinging?"
00:02:49 Discussion of various time signatures, like 3/4, 4/4, 5/4 etc.
00:07:20 Discussion of other rhythms, such as African and Indian.
00:10:18 The interviewer asks. "How does big band experience help a drummer?" The drummers respond.
00:13:56 Wrapping up the interview with social talk.
00:16:35 End
Sub-subseries 5: International Blues-and-Boogie Woogie Festival
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR131 First International Blues-and-Boogie Woogie Festival, #1, September 14-15, 1974
Rack number: RXH 3680
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (polyester) : analog, mono ; 7 in.
Archivist's note: The festival was organized by Hans W. Ewert for Radio WDR and held in Cologne, West Germany. While the date on the tape box is September 8, the festival was held on September 14-15. Three digital files were created from this recording: their durations are 00:43:59, 00:47:20, and 01:35:42. See the notes for SR133
Side 1 (half-track format; 00:43:59)
LC engineer's note: The tape appears to have been initially recorded on a quarter-track stereo machine at 3.75 ips on one side only and later reused on a half track mono machine recorded on both sides and running at 7.5 ips. This file is Side 1 of the half-track format recording on the tape.
Time Content
Start unidentified piano solo
00:05:02 unidentified piano solo
00:07:00 unidentified piano solo
00:09:11 unidentified piano solo
00:12:49 unidentified piano solo
00:16:09 unidentified piano solo
00:18:23 unidentified piano solo
00:21:18 unidentified piano solo
00:24:22 unidentified piano solo
00:28:27 applause - unidentified piano solo
00:32:35 unidentified piano solo
00:35:10 applause, the rhythmic applause, some talking in German
00:37:08 first line: "How long how long, how long mama, how long" - blues song, female vocal and piano
00:41:28 unidentified blues song - female vocal and piano
00:44:00 End
Side 2 (half-track format; 00:47:20)
LC engineer's note: The tape appears to have been initially recorded on a quarter-track stereo machine at 3.75 ips on one side only and later reused on a half-track mono machine recorded on both sides and running at 7.5 ips. This file is Side 2 of the half-track format recording on the tape.
Time Content
Start unidentified piano solo
00:02:57 unidentified piano solo
00:06:47 unidentified piano solo
00:09:48 unidentified piano solo
00:14:00 unidentified piano solo
00:17:32 unidentified piano solo
00:19:46 unidentified piano solo
00:23:15 unidentified piano solo
00:30:11 talking in German, the unidentified piano solo
00:32:51 unidentified piano solo
00:34:43 unidentified piano solo
00:40:04 unidentified piano solo
00:43:38 unidentified piano solo
00:47:20 End
Side 1 (right channel in the quarter-track stereo format; 01:35:42)
LC engineer's note: The tape appears to have been initially recorded on a quarter track stereo machine at 3.75 ips on one side only and later reused on a half-track mono machine recorded on both sides and running at 7.5 ips. The audio in this file corresponds to what would be the right channel of Side 1 in the quarter track stereo format. Because of the incomplete erasure, one can hear backwards audio of what would be Side Two of the half-track mono rerecording bleeding over the audio as the file progresses. This makes the file very hard to listen to, but it was transferred for completeness sake, as well as historical interest as the audio is an air check of Boston radio stations WBCN-FM for the first 3:45, then WJIB-FM when it was a beautiful music station.
Time Content
Start unidentified, classical music with orchestra
00:00:54 very distorted vocal, unintelligible
00:01:32 unidentified, classical music with orchestra, then male voice doing a station break for WBCN, Boston
00:03:46 mix of musical fragments
01:35:42 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR132 First International Blues-and-Boogie Woogie Festival, #2, September 14-15, 1974
Rack number: RXH 3681
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (polyester; Side 1: 00:46:47, Side 2: 00:48:05) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, half track, mono ; 7 in.
See the notes for SR131.
Side 1
Time Content
Start talking in German; first line: "When I heard my baby boogie, makes you climb the walls" - piano and male vocal
00:04:38 first line: "I've got a good mind to give up living" - piano and male vocal
00:10:22 unidentified song - piano solo
00:13:35 first line: "I've got a girl and she like me whole night and day" - piano and male vocal
00:18:55 talking in German, introduces the next band - unidentified song - piano solo
00:21:45 unidentified song - piano solo
00:25:10 unidentified song - piano solo
00:28:25 unidentified song - piano solo
00:31:51 unidentified song - piano solo
00:39:31 unidentified song - piano solo
00:42:46 unidentified song - piano solo
00:46:47 End
Side 2
Time Content
Start unidentified blues song - piano solo
00:03:01 unidentified song - piano solo
00:08:16 unidentified song - piano solo
00:12:53 unidentified song - piano solo
00:15:16 unidentified song - piano solo
00:18:19 unidentified song - piano solo
00:21:43 unidentified song - piano solo
00:25:31 unidentified song - piano solo
00:29:12 unidentified song - piano solo
00:34:18 applause, introduction to the song "Sanity" - piano solo
00:37:52 introduction to a blues song, first line: "Did you ever go down on the Mobile and KC line? I want to ask you, have you seen that girl of mine?" - piano and vocal
00:42:13 unidentified song - piano solo
00:43:57 "We don't care what Mama don't allow, we gonna boogie woogie anyhow"
00:48:05 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR133 First International Blues-and-Boogie Woogie Festival, September 14-15, 1974
Rack number: RXH 3682
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (polyester; Side 1: 00:32:36, Side 2: 00:32:05) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, half track, mono ; 7 in.
See the notes for SR131.
Side 1
Time Content
Start applause, unidentified blues song, female vocal and piano
00:02:59 talking in German, introduction of next performers, - unidentified song - piano solo
00:07:22 unidentified song - piano solo
00:11:01 "Texas Stomp" - piano solo
00:13:50 introduction to the next song, unidentified song, piano and male vocal
00:18:15 unidentified song - piano solo
00:22:49 unidentified song - piano solo
00:25:56 talking in German, unidentified song - band and male vocal
00:31:37 "I Just Can't Be Satisfied" - band
00:32:26 End
Side 2
Time Content
Start "I Just Can't Be Satisfied" - band and male vocal
00:06:16 first line: "A gypsy woman told my mother ... I was born. You got a boy (scout) comin' and he'll be a son of a gun." - band and male vocal
00:14:53 first line: "Sugar Mama, Sugar Mama well Sugar Mama please come back to me" - band and male vocal
00:23:00 unidentified song - piano solo
00:26:25 unidentified song - piano solo
00:29:02 unidentified blues song - piano solo
00:32:05 End
Sub-subseries 6: Japan Jazz Festival
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR141 First Japan Jazz Festival, September 13, 1963
Rack number: RXH 3690
Extent: on one side of 1 sound tape reel (polyester, 00:20:04) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in.
Archivist's note: Part of the program series, "Ambassadors of Jazz." September 13, 1963 is the broadcast date. Recorded at Hibiya Outdoor Hall, Tokyo. Mitsuko Miyake recorded from the 1970s under the name Martha Miyake.
Time Content
Start An announcer introduces the program with "Tokyo Japan. The first Japan Jazz Festival. This is Ambassadors of Jazz." (more)
00:00:55 "Daahoud" (Clifford Brown) - Kazuo Yashiro Trio and Mitsuko Miyake
00:07:25 The announcer introduces the members of the Kazuo Yashiro Trio.
00:07:45 "The Man I Love" - Kazuo Yashiro Trio and Mitsuko Miyake
00:10:36 "Blues for Mitsuko" - Kazuo Yashiro Trio and Mitsuko Miyake
00:14:23 Next song is introduced by the announcer.
00:14:34 "Glory Hallelujah" - Kazuo Yashiro Trio
00:18:15 Announcer speaks over the music, closes the program.
00:18:52 Music resumes, no announcer.
00:20:04 End
Sub-subseries 7: Library concert
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR134 Library concert, #1 of 3, May 4, 1963
Rack number: RXH 3683
Extent: on one side of 1 sound tape reel (polyester, 00:38:12): analog, 7 1/2 ips, half track, mono ; 7 in.
Personnel: Frank Chace, clarinet; Johnny Mandel, trumpet; Marty Grosz, guitar; Joe Levinson, bass; Wayne Jones, drums. According to the tape box, the recording starts with a "rehearsal of tunes, then [the] Bunky Green Quintet rehearsal."
Time Content
Start several false starts, then unidentified song
00:02:00 unidentified song
00:02:30 false start, then unidentified song
00:06:47 unidentified song
00:08:11 unidentified song
00:10:49 unidentified song (fragment)
00:11:05 unidentified song
00:11:58 unidentified song (fragment)
00:12:20 unidentified song
00:14:31 unidentified song
00:20:02 blank, except for a piano fragment
00:20:41 talking, the unidentified song
00:24:53 unidentified song
00:27:45 unidentified song
00:31:18 unidentified song
00:35:07 unidentified song
00:38:12 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR135 Library concert, #2 of 3 - Bunky Green Quintet, Joe Daley Trio, May 4, 1963
Rack number: RXH 3684
Extent: on one side of 1 sound tape reel (polyester, 00:48:40): analog, 7 1/2 ips, half track, mono ; 7 in.
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00:00:34 unidentified jazz tune
00:07:40 unidentified jazz tune
00:13:28 unidentified jazz tune
00:24:40 unidentified jazz tune
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00:36:43 unidentified jazz tune
00:46:39 unidentified jazz tune
00:48:40 End
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