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MG-36066: Introducing Jimmy Cleveland and his All Stars

[Front Cover] Label Type : blue EmArcy type B
Matrix Number : SIDE-A MG 36066A MF1    MS    A1    I
SIDE-B MG 36066B MF1    MS    B1    I



Comments

jacket in water damage; but the disc itself is in fine condition.

Inside The Groove

A famous, talented trombone player's debut album.

Personal Impression (and brief notes)

Jimmy Cleveland, a very famous trombone player, is well known as his play in Lionel Hampton road band or Quincy Jones Orchestra, or under Jimmy Richards, or even much more. Of course he left many of fine Hard-Bop albums, some of which as a leader, some as a sideman.

This all-star album, a Cleveland's first leader album, presents his finest ability - his own tone is heart-warming, and his own phrase runs very fast with awesome technique. Another key person of this album is Quincy Jones, an arranger, musical director, and a Jimmy's old Hampton colleague.

We can even enjoy Ernie Royal's high-tone, Lucky Thompson's unique tenor play, and much more. It's maybe one of Jimmy's greatest album ever.

Strictly Personal Rating (to what extent I could enjoy this album)

10 out of 10




Track Listing

SIDE-A
A-1 11997 Hear Ye! Hear Ye! (Jerry Jones - Jimmy Cleveland) 5:43
A-2 11998 You Don't Know What Love Is (Raye - DePaul) 4:52
A-3 12312 Vixen (Leonard Feather) 4:12
A-4 12310 My One And Only Love (Mellin - Wood) 3:50
A-5 11999 Little Beaver (Jerry Jones - Jimmy Cleveland) 7:34
SIDE-B
B-1 12311 Our Love Is Here To Stay (G. & I. Gershwin) 3:22
B-2 12313 Count 'Em (Quincy Jones) 6:30
B-3 12314 Bone Brother (Cleveland - Jones) 5:20
B-4 11968 I Hadn't Anyone Till You (Ray Noble) 4:10
B-5 11969 See Minor (Cleveland) 4:44

Personnel


Personnel/recorded date/master numbers confirmed with the Ruppli's discography.
(“The Mercury Labels - A Discography” by Ruppli and Novitsky, Greenwood Press, 1993)

Recent CD reissue (Verve 314 543 752-2) has alternate take of B-1 (which originally became public on Mercury 40th Anniversary V.S.O.P. Album 4LP box).

B-4, B-5:
Jimmy Cleveland (tb) with:
Ernie Royal (tp), Jerome Richardson (ts), Cecil Payne (bs),
Wade Legge (p), Barry Galbraith (g), Paul Chambers (b), Joe Harris (ds).
Recorded in New York City on August 4, 1955.

A-1, A-2, A-5:
Jimmy Cleveland (tb) with:
Ernie Royal (tp), Lucky Thompson (ts), Cecil Payne (bs),
John Williams (p), Barry Galbraith (g), Paul Chambers (b), Max Roach (ds).
Recorded in New York City on August 12, 1955.

A-3, A-4, B-1, B-2, B-3:
Jimmy Cleveland (tb) with:
Ernie Royal (tp), Lucky Thompson (ts), Cecil Payne (bs),
Hank Jones (p), Barry Galbraith (g), Oscar Pettiford (b), Osie Johnson (ds).
Recorded in New York City on November 22, 1955.

The Artist Also Appears on...

Jimmy Cleveland (tb) :
  • EmArcy MG-36066 : Introducing Jimmy Cleveland And His All Stars
  • EmArcy MG-36126 : Cleveland Style
  • Mercury MG-20442 / SR-60117 : A Map Of Jimmy Cleveland
  • Mercury MG-20553 / SR-60121 : Cleveland Style (reissue of MG-36126)
  • EmArcy MGE-26003 / SRE-66003 : Rhythm Crazy
  • EmArcy MG-36007 : Clark Terry
  • EmArcy MG-36011 : For Those In Love / Dinah Washington
  • EmArcy MG-36043 : Julian “Cannonball” Adderley
  • EmArcy MG-36077 : In The Land Of Hi-Fi / Julian “Cannonball” Adderley
  • EmArcy MG-36078 : Dream Of You / Helen Merrill
  • EmArcy MG-36083 : Jazz Abroad / Roy Haynes & Quincy Jones
  • EmArcy MG-36085 : The Young Ones Of Jazz / Various Artists
  • EmArcy MG-36104 : The Swingin' Miss D / Dinah Washington
  • EmArcy MG-36114 : Boy With Lots Of Brass / Maynard Ferguson
  • EmArcy MG-36142 / SR-80008 : Cat On A Hot Tin Horn / Cat Anderson Orchestra
  • Mercury MG-20242 : Somebody Up There Digs Me / Louis Jordan
  • Mercury MG-20444 / SR-60129 : The Birth Of A Band! / Quincy Jones
  • Mercury MG-20492 / SR-60171 : The Fascinating Ernestine / Ernestine Anderson
  • Mercury MG-20556 / SR-60124 : Boy With Lots Of Brass / Maynard Ferguson (reissue of MG-36114)
  • Mercury MG-20561 / SR-60221 : The Great Wide World Of Quincy Jones
  • Mercury MG-20654 / SR-60654 : The Original Jazz Score Of Kwamina / Billy Taylor
  • Mercury MG-20661 / SR-60661 : Tears And Laughters / Dinah Washington
  • Mercury MG-20728 / SR-60728 : I Wanna Be Loved / Dinah Washington
  • Mercury MG-20835 / SR-60835 : Shirley Horn With Horn / Shirley Horn
  • Philips PHM 200-186 / PHS 600-186 : The Most Unusual Joan Toliver



Jackets

Front Back
[MG-36066 FRONT] [MG-36066 BACK]



Labels

Side A Side B
[MG-36066 A] [MG-36066 B]



MATSUBAYASHI 'Shaolin' Kohji <shaolin@rhythmaning.org>
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