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Performer: Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic
Title: How High The Moon
Country: US
Genre: Jazz
Style:Swing
Released: 1953
Catalog number: MG C-608
Label: Clef Records
MP3 album szie: 1036 mb
FLAC album size: 2463 mb

Tracklist

A1 How High The Moon
Alto Saxophone – Willie Smith Bass – Benny FonvilleDrums, Soloist – Buddy RichPiano – Kenny KerseyTenor Saxophone – Coleman Hawkins, Flip PhillipsTrombone – Trummy YoungTrumpet – Buck Clayton
A2 Bell Boy Blues
Alto Saxophone, Soloist – Willie Smith Bass, Soloist – Benny FonvilleDrums, Soloist – Buddy RichPiano, Soloist – Kenny KerseyTenor Saxophone, Soloist – Coleman Hawkins, Flip PhillipsTrombone, Soloist – Trummy YoungTrumpet, Soloist – Buck Clayton
B1 Lady Be Good
Alto Saxophone – Willie Smith Alto Saxophone, Soloist – Charlie ParkerBass – Billy HadnottDrums – Lee Young Piano – Arnold RossTenor Saxophone – Lester YoungTrumpet – Al KillianTrumpet, Other [Featured] – Howard McGhee
B2 After You've Gone
Alto Saxophone – Charlie Parker, Willie Smith Bass – Billy HadnottDrums – Lee Young Piano – Arnold RossTenor Saxophone – Lester YoungTrumpet – Al Killian, Howard McGhee
A1 How High The Moon
Alto Saxophone – Willie Smith Bass – Benny FonvilleDrums, Soloist – Buddy RichPiano – Kenny KerseyTenor Saxophone – Coleman Hawkins, Flip PhillipsTrombone – Trummy YoungTrumpet – Buck Clayton
A2 Bell Boy Blues
Alto Saxophone, Soloist – Willie Smith Bass, Soloist – Benny FonvilleDrums, Soloist – Buddy RichPiano, Soloist – Kenny KerseyTenor Saxophone, Soloist – Coleman Hawkins, Flip PhillipsTrombone, Soloist – Trummy YoungTrumpet, Soloist – Buck Clayton
B1 Lady Be Good
Alto Saxophone – Willie Smith Alto Saxophone, Soloist – Charlie ParkerBass – Billy HadnottDrums – Lee Young Piano – Arnold RossTenor Saxophone – Lester YoungTrumpet – Al KillianTrumpet, Other [Featured] – Howard McGhee
B2 After You've Gone
Alto Saxophone – Charlie Parker, Willie Smith Bass – Billy HadnottDrums – Lee Young Piano – Arnold RossTenor Saxophone – Lester YoungTrumpet – Al Killian, Howard McGhee

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
11009, 11010 Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic How High The Moon ‎(2xShellac, 10", Album, Bla) Mercury, Mercury 11009, 11010 US 1947
EP HHTM Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic How High The Moon ‎(7", EP) Mercury EP HHTM US Unknown
33CX 10032 Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic How High The Moon ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Columbia 33CX 10032 UK 1956
MG Vol. 1 Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic How High The Moon ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Clef Records MG Vol. 1 US Unknown
MG Vol. 1 Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic How High The Moon ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Verve Records MG Vol. 1 US Unknown
Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
11009, 11010 Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic How High The Moon ‎(2xShellac, 10", Album, Bla) Mercury, Mercury 11009, 11010 US 1947
EP HHTM Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic How High The Moon ‎(7", EP) Mercury EP HHTM US Unknown
33CX 10032 Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic How High The Moon ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Columbia 33CX 10032 UK 1956
MG Vol. 1 Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic How High The Moon ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Clef Records MG Vol. 1 US Unknown
MG C-608 Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic How High The Moon ‎(LP, Album, Mono, RE) Clef Records MG C-608 US 1953

Credits

  • CoverMerle Shore
  • Liner NotesNorman Granz
  • CoverMerle Shore
  • Liner NotesNorman Granz

Notes

Side A recorded at Syria Mosque Auditorium, Pittsburgh, PA in March 5, 1947.
Side B recorded at the Philharmonic Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA in January 28, 1946.

Black Clef trumpeter label with deep groove.
Reissue of Mercury MG C-508, which was itself a reissue of Mercury MGC-Vol. 1.Side A recorded at Syria Mosque Auditorium, Pittsburgh, PA in March 5, 1947.
Side B recorded at the Philharmonic Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA in January 28, 1946.

Center label is black with silver Verve logo and font.
Different from the Clef release and the MGM release; this is the actual Verve release.