National Jazz Federation Royal Festival Hall - 1955 002
Pages 2 and 3 of a programme for the National Jazz Federation's second British Festival of Jazz, held at the Royal Festival Hall, London, on 5th November 1955. Featuring an advert for new releases on the London Records label and an introduction to the festival.
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ï»¿the first release (available during November) includes JONAH JONES SEXTETTE
Beale Street blues; The sheik of Araby; Down by the riverside; European blues; Youâre the cream in my coffee; Wrap your troubles in dreams; J. J. Special; Stars fell on Alabama jonah jones (trumpet), vie dickenson or urbie green (trombone),
EDMOND HALL (clarinet), GEORGE CLARK (tenor), MILT HINTON Or
popsâ foster (bass), osie Johnson (drums), ken kersey (piano) LZ-N 14003
Pee Wee; Philâs mood; Moonbeaux; Tenderly; Ode to Monk;
Polka dots and moonbeams; Gone with the wind; Lullaby of birdland THE BOBBY SCOTT TRIO
BOBBY SCOTT (piano), WHITEY MITCHELL (bass),
BILL BRADLEY JR. (drums)
Peter the Great
There will never be another you; I canât believe youâre in love with me; Used blues; Moonlight in Vermont;
The world is waiting for the sunrise; Tea for two; Delta blues PETE BROWN SEXTETTE pete brown (alto), joe wilder (trumpet),
WALLIE RICHARDSON (guitar), WADE LEGGE (piano),
GENE RAMEY (bass), RUDY COLLINS (drums)
Milt Hinton East Coast Jazz Series No. 5 Mean to me; Pick ân pat; Over the rainbow; Milt to the hilt; Donât blame me; Katz meow; Upstairs with Milt; Ebony silhouette;
Cantus firmus; These foolish things a. j. sciacca (clarinet), milt hinton ('bass), dick katz (piano),
osie Johnson (drums) LTZ-N 15001
Ur bio East Coast Jazz Series No. 6 Mutation; On Green Dolphin Street; Just one of those things; How about you?; When your lover has gone; Three little words; Sneaky Pete; Melody in B flat; Sassafras; Love locked out urbie green (trombone), doug mettome (trumpet), IKE HOROWITZ (tenor, bass clarinet and flute), danny bank (flute, clarinet and baritone), jimmy lyon (piano), oscar pettiford (bass), jimmy Campbell (drums on Sassafras, Green Dolphin and How about you), osie Johnson (drums on remaining numbers)
LTZ-N 15002 Kai Winding and J. J. Johnson East Coast Jazz Series No. 7 Out of this world; Thou swell; Lover; Lope City; Stolen bass; Itâs all right with me; Mad about the boy; Yes, Sir, thatâs my baby; Thatâs how I feel about you; Gong rock kai winding, j. j. johnson (trombones), dick katz (piano), al harewood (drums), wendell marshall (bass on Thou swell, Lope City and It's all right), milt hinton (bass on remaining numbers) LTZ-N 15003
AVAILABLE IN ENGLAND ON THE LONDON LABEL
R E C G R D 5
I ONDON RECORDS division of THE DECCA RECORD COMPANY LIMITED, I-3 BRIXTON ROAD, LONDON, S.W.9
ROYAL FESTIVAL HALL
( General Manager : T. E. Bean )
Saturday 5th November 1955
National Jazz Federation presents the
SECOND BRITISH FESTIVAL OF JAZZ
The National Jazz Federation welcomes you to the Second British Festival of Jazz, and hopes that you will enjoy the concert. During the past year we have tried to maintain a high standard of entertainment, interspersing the regular appearances by the leading exponents of both the Traditional and Modern Schools at the Recital Room, with large concerts both at the Festival Hall and in the provinces. We have also tried to give a hearing to the new groups and the fresh voices in British Jazz, and to welcome visiting jazz personalities to our shows. A glance at to-dayâs programme should show you that we are continuing the good work, and we look forward to redoubling our efforts to provide you with the â Best of the Best â in the coming year.
Harold Pendleton (Secretary, National Jazz Federation) Lighting
Desmond Kayton (Chairman, National Jazz Federation) Stage Management
John de Courcy (Asst. Secretary, National Jazz Federation) Programme notes by Anne Kennedy-Wilson
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