The Definitive Jazz Scene Volume 2. Manny Album (Performer), Ray Charles (Performer), John Coltrane (Performer), Tommy Flanagan (Performer), Lionel Hampton (Performer), . Johnson (Performer), Oliver Nelson (Performer), Shirley Scott (Performer), McCoy Tyner (Performer) & 6 more Format: Vinyl. Released in 1965, THE DEFINITIVE JAZZ SCENE, Volume 2 (A/AS 100) is the second of three such LPs from ABC Records' IMPULSE division.
The New Sounds is the debut studio album by Miles Davis, released as a 1951 10-inch LP. It is his first album as leader and his first album for Prestige Records. Davis contributed three tracks to the various artists LP Modern Jazz Trumpets and performed as a sideman for Lee Konitz's on The New Sounds. Prestige would be Davis' label for the next five years, with occasional recordings for Blue Note and Debut, until he signed with Columbia in 1955.
Studio album, Live album by. John Coltrane. November 3, 1961, September 18, 1962 and April 29, 1963. Bonus track first released on the 1964 LP, The Definitive Jazz Scene Volume 2, (Impulse AS-100) and on the 2000 Impressions CD reissue. Dear Old Stockholm" (Stan Getz, Traditional) – 10:38.
Impressions is a 1963 album of live and studio recordings by jazz musician John Coltrane. 1 Music and recording. 3 Influence on popular music. Bonus track first released on the 1964 LP, The Definitive Jazz Scene Volume 2, Impulse AS-100 and on the 2000 Impressions CD reissue. Dear Old Stockholm" Stan Getz, Traditional – 10:38. John Coltrane – soprano and tenor saxophone. Eric Dolphy – bass clarinet, alto sax tracks 1 and 3. McCoy Tyner – piano exc track 2. Jimmy Garrison – double bass.
A-99, AS-99 Various Artists - The Definitive Jazz Scene, Volume 1 Impulse! ASH-9285-2 Various Artists - Ellingtonia, Volume Two - The Impulse Years Impulse! A-65, AS-65, GRD-121 Ben Webster - See You At The Fair Impulse! . AS-9256-2 Various Artists - Ellingtonia - Reevaluations: The Impulse Years Impulse! ASY-9284-3 Various Artists - The Bass Impulse! A-99, AS-99 Various Artists - The Definitive Jazz Scene, Volume 1. Ben Webster Quartet. Ben Webster, tenor sax; Roger Kellaway, piano, harpsichord; Richard Davis, bass; Osie Johnson, drums.
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|A1||–Duke Ellington & Coleman Hawkins||Solitude
Bass – Aaron BellDrums – Sam WoodyardPiano – Duke EllingtonSaxophone [Tenor] – Coleman HawkinsViolin – Ray Nance
|A2||–Count Basie||Trey Of Hearts
Bass – Ed Jones*Drums – Sonny PayneEngineer – Bob ArnoldFlute – Eric Dixon, Frank WessGuitar – Freddie GreenPiano – Count BasieTrumpet – Thad Jones
|A3||–Ben Webster||Single Petal Of A Rose
Bass – Richard Davis Drums – Osie JohnsonPiano – Hank JonesSaxophone [Tenor] – Ben Webster
Bass – Sam JonesDrums – Louis HayesGuitar – Kenny BurrellVibraphone – Terry Gibbs
|A5||–Shirley Scott||Lisa And Pam
Bass – Earl MayDrums – Jimmie Cobb*Engineer – Mickey CroffordOrgan – Shirley Scott
|B1||–John Coltrane||Big Nick
Bass – Jimmy GarrisonDrums – Elvin JonesPiano – McCoy TynerSaxophone [Soprano] – John Coltrane
Bass – George DuvivierDrums – Shelly ManneEngineer – George PirosPiano – Hank JonesSaxophone [Tenor] – Coleman Hawkins
Drums – Walter PerkinsEngineer – Bob SimpsonPiano – Jaki ByardSaxophone – Booker Ervin, Dick Hafer, Eric Dolphy, Jerome RichardsonTrombone – Britt WoodmanTrumpet – Eddie Preston, Richard WilliamsTuba – Don ButterfieldVocals [Narration], Bass – Charles Mingus
|B4||–Clark Terry||Hammer-Head Waltz
Bass – Milt HintonDrums – Walter PerkinsPiano – Roger KellawaySaxophone [Alto] – Phil WoodsSaxophone [Tenor] – Ben WebsterTrumpet – Clark Terry
|B5||–McCoy Tyner||Flapstick Blues
Bass – Jimmy GarrisonDrums – Albert HeathPiano – McCoy Tyner
- Artwork By [Cover Design] – Flynn / Viceroy
- Artwork By [Liner Design] – Joe Lebow
- Engineer – Rudy Van Gelder (tracks: A1, A3, A4, B1, B4, B5)
- Producer – Bob Thiele
|843 503 BY||Various||Die Jazz Scene 65 (LP, Comp)||Philips||843 503 BY||Germany||1965|
|AS-99||Various||The Definitive Jazz Scene Volume 1 (LP, Comp)||Impulse!||AS-99||US||1972|
|A-99||Various||The Definitive Jazz Scene Volume 1 (LP, Comp)||Sparton Impulse! Records||A-99||Canada||1964|
|ITC 311||Various||The Definitive Jazz Scene Volume 1 (Reel, 4tr Stereo, 7" Reel, Comp)||Impulse!||ITC 311||US||Unknown|
|221-01, 221-01S||Various||The Definitive Jazz Scene Volume 1 (LP, Comp)||Impulse!, Impulse!||221-01, 221-01S||Spain||1965|