Deutsch English Español Français Italiano 日本語. More Images.
Oscar Pettiford Sextet is an album by bassist/cellist and composer Oscar Pettiford which was recorded in 1954 and first issued on the French Vogue label as a 10-inch LP. The material on the original album was rereleased on Prestige in 1963 with additional recordings as The Oscar Pettiford Memorial Album. easily recommended to bop collectors".
A1 Chickasaw A2 Chasin' The Bass A3 Bopscotch A4 The Most A5 Burt's Pad B1 Marcel The Furrier B2 Rhumblues B3 Stardust B4 East Lag B5 Ondine. Prestige – HBS 6101 (Italy). Thanks to snobb for the addition. No release results found : showing artist results instead. The New Oscar Pettiford Sextet Original Jazz Classics 1999. New York City 1955-1958 Uptown Jazz 2017.
Oscar Pettiford (30 September 1922 – 8 September 1960) was an American jazz double bassist, cellist and composer known particularly for his pioneering work in bebop.
Another One (also released as Oscar Pettiford Volume 2) is an album by bassist/cellist and composer Oscar Pettiford which was recorded in 1955 and first issued on the Bethlehem label. All compositions by Oscar Pettiford except where noted. Another One" (Quincy Jones) - 5:10.
Bitrate (quality): 192256320.
Listen to music from Oscar Pettiford like Stardust, Rhumblues & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Oscar Pettiford. Oscar Pettiford (b. Okmulgee, Oklahoma, September 30, 1922; d. Copenhagen, Denmark, September 8, 1960) was an American jazz bassist, cellist and composer known particularly for his pioneering work in bebop. In 1942 he joined the Charlie Barnet band and in 1943 gained wider public attention after recording with Coleman Hawkins on his "The Man I Love. He also recorded with Earl Hines and Ben Webster around this time. He and Dizzy Gillespie led a bop group in 1944.
Shop vinyl, CDs and cassettes by Oscar Pettiford. The Oscar Pettiford Memorial Album. Unspecified Year, LP, Compilation, Remastered.
Tracklist Hide Credits
Written-By – Rogers*, Gibbs*
|A2||Chasin' The Bass
Written-By – L. Feather*
Written-By – Chaloff*
Written-By – Al Cohn
Written-By – Henri Renaud
|B1||Marcel Tne Furrier
Written-By – Henri Renaud
Written-By – J. Feather*
Written-By – Carmichael*, Parish*
Written-By – Gerry Mulligan
Written-By – Feather*
- Baritone Saxophone – Serge Chaloff (tracks: A1 to A4)
- Bass – Oscar Pettiford
- Cello – Oscar Pettiford (tracks: A5 to B5)
- Drums – Denzil Best (tracks: A1 to A4), Max Roach (tracks: A5 to B5)
- Guitar – Tal Farlow (tracks: A5 to B5)
- Liner Notes – Ira Gitler
- Piano – Barbara Carroll (tracks: A1 to A4), Henri Renaud (tracks: A5 to B5)
- Reissue Producer – Don Schlitten
- Supervised By – Henri Renaud (tracks: A5 to B5), Leonard Feather (tracks: A1 to A4)
- Tenor Saxophone – Al Cohn
- Trombone – Earl Swope (tracks: A1 to A4), Kai Winding (tracks: A5 to B5)
- Trumpet – Red Rodney (tracks: A1 to A4)
- Vibraphone – Terry Gibbs (tracks: A1 to A4)
NotesCatalog number PR 7813 on jacket; PRT-7813 on center labels.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1 Runout Etched): PR7813A 4 A3 1
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2 Runout Etched): PR 7813-B-2 LW : E
|PRI 7813||Oscar Pettiford||The Oscar Pettiford Memorial Album (LP, Comp, RE, RM)||Prestige||PRI 7813||Italy||1977|
|PR 7813, PRT-7813, 7813||Oscar Pettiford||The Oscar Pettiford Memorial Album (LP, Comp, RE)||Prestige, Prestige, Prestige||PR 7813, PRT-7813, 7813||US||1972|
|PR 7813, P-7813||Oscar Pettiford||The Oscar Pettiford Memorial Album (LP, Comp, RE, RM)||Prestige, Prestige||PR 7813, P-7813||US||Unknown|
|PR 7813, PRST-7813, 7813||Oscar Pettiford||The Oscar Pettiford Memorial Album (LP, Comp)||Prestige, Prestige, Prestige||PR 7813, PRST-7813, 7813||US||1972|