Piano – Oscar Peterson. Trumpet – Roy Eldridge. Clef black and silver label with trumpeter logo and deep groove. Other Versions (3 of 3) View All. Cat. Dale's Wail (LP, Album, RE). Verve Records.
Illinois Jacquet, Roy Eldridge, Johnny Hodges, Oscar Peterson, Flip Phillips, Ray Brown, Lionel Hampton – Jamming For Clef. Illinois Jacquet (ts), Roy Eldridge (tp), Herb Ellis (g), Jimmy Jones (p), Ray Brown (b), Jo Jones (d) – Actung (Swing s The Thing, Verve). Roy Eldridge, Dizzy Gillespie, Oscar Peterson, Herb Ellis, Ray Brown – Stormy Weather. Roy Eldridge, Flip Phillips, Bill Harris, Herb Ellis, Dizzy Gillespie, Oscar Peterson, Buddy De Franco, Louie Bellson – Funky Blues. Ray Brown, Herb Ellis, Oscar Peterson, Dizzy Gillespie – Blue Moon. Oscar Peterson, Bill Harris, Flip Phillips, Herb Ellis, Louie Bellson, Buddy De Franco, Roy Eldridge, Dizzy Gillespie – Lullaby In Rhythm. Roy Eldridge and his Orchestra – Stormy Weather. Roy Eldridge – Phil's Tune.
Dizzy Gillespie, Roy Eldridge & Oscar Peterson 1975 Jazz Maturity –03 I cried for you (Now it s your turn t. 7:35. Roy Eldridge, Flip Phillips, Bill Harris, Herb Ellis, Dizzy Gillespie, Oscar Peterson, Buddy De Franco, Louie Bellson –Funky Blues. Roy Eldridge and his Orchestra –Stormy Weather. Lionel Hampton, Flip Phillips, Dizzy Gillespie, Johnny Hodges, Illinois Jacquet, Oscar Peterson, Ben Webster, Ray Brown, Roy Eldridge –Ballad Medley. Dizzy Gillespie, Roy Eldridge & Oscar Peterson 1975 Jazz Maturity –02 Take the A train. Roy Eldridge, Oscar Peterson, Dizzy Gillespie –Indiana.
Porgy and Bess is a 1976 album by pianist Oscar Peterson and guitarist Joe Pass featuring music from George Gershwin's opera Porgy and Bess. This is the only album on which Peterson plays the clavichord. All compositions by George Gershwin, with all lyrics by Ira Gershwin and DuBose Heyward, except otherwise noted.
The Oscar Peterson Trio with Roy Eldridge, Sonny Stitt and Jo Jones at Newport is a 1957 live album by Oscar Peterson, accompanied by Roy Eldridge, Sonny Stitt and Jo Jones, recorded at the 1957 Newport Jazz Festival. Note: All-Star albums feature sideman who are not necessarily listed while titles which include "Oscar Peterson" or the OP Trio are usually shortened. As leader or co-leader.
Roy Eldridge, Sonny Stitt and Jo Jones at Newport. The Oscar Peterson Trio, with guitarist Herb Ellis and bassist Ray Brown, is the primary focus of this live set from the 1957 Newport Jazz Festival. Peterson, with his usual strong chops on piano, starts with a flourish with a furious take of "Will You Still Be Mine," followed by a warm tribute to trumpeter Clifford Brown (who had died in a car wreck at the age of 25 only the previous year) in the form of a somewhat laid-back interpretation of Brown's already popular "Joy Spring. Saxophonist Sonny Stitt, trumpeter Roy Eldridge, and drummer Jo Jones are added for the remainder of the set, culminating with a blazing finale, "Roy's Son," which is a reworking of the changes to "I Got Rhythm.
|A2||Love For Sale|
|A3||The Man I Love|
|A5||Willow Weep For Me|
|A6||Somebody Loves Me|
|B1||When Your Lover Has Gone|
|B2||When It's Sleepy Time Down South|
|B3||Feeling A Draft|
|B4||Don't Blame Me|
|B5||Echoes Of Harlem|
|B6||I Can't Get Started|
- Bass – Ray Brown
- Drums – Alvin Stoller (tracks: A5 to B6), Jo Jones (tracks: A1 to A4)
- Guitar – Barney Kessel (tracks: A1 to A4), Herb Ellis (tracks: A5 to B6)
- Piano – Oscar Peterson
- Trumpet – Roy Eldridge
NotesBrazilian press probably of 50's
Sinter Verve blue label SLP-2716
|MG C-705||Roy Eldridge And His Orchestra Featuring Oscar Peterson • Jo Jones||Roy Eldridge And His Orchestra Featuring Oscar Peterson • Jo Jones - Dale's Wail (LP, Album, Mono)||Clef Records||MG C-705||US||1954|
|MGV-8089||Roy Eldridge And His Orchestra Featuring Oscar Peterson • Jo Jones||Roy Eldridge And His Orchestra Featuring Oscar Peterson • Jo Jones - Dale's Wail (LP, Album, Mono)||Verve Records||MGV-8089||US||Unknown|
|2332 092||Roy Eldridge||Dale's Wail (LP, Album, RE)||Verve Records||2332 092||Germany||Unknown|