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C2-38033: Roy Eldridge ‎– The Early Years

Title: Roy Eldridge ‎– The Early Years
Artist: Roy Eldridge
Label: Columbia
Catalog #: C2-38033
Format: 12″ 2-LP
Rel. Year: 1982
Issue Notes:
  1. 2 LP set
  2. Ten of the twelve Krupa tracks are previously unreleased alternate takes
  3. Only Krupa tracks are shown below
Track Date Matrix Title Time
A1 05/08/1941 30442-2
Green Eyes
(Rivera, Woods, Menendez, Utrera)
A2 05/08/1941 30443-2<
Let Me Off Uptown
(Bostic, Evans)
A3 06/05/1941 30605-2
After You’ve Gone
(Creamer, Layton)
A4 07/02/1941 30830-4
Rockin’ Chair
A5 12/29/1941 32065-2
Ball Of Fire
(Eldridge, Krupa)
A6 01/23/1942 32312-3
Harlem On Parade
(Evans, Carter)
B1 01/23/1942 32313-7
The Marines’ Hymn (From The Halls Of Montezuma)
B2 07/13/1942 CO-32999-3
That Drummer’s Band
B3 07/13/1942 CO-33001-2
(Roberts, Razaf)
B4 07/13/1942 CO-33002-4
“Murder”, He Says
(McHugh, Loesser)
B5 05/09/1949 HCO-3751-1N Watch Out! (Whatcha Tryin’ To Do)
(Oliver, Jacobs)
B6 05/09/1949 HCO-3752-1N Swiss Lullaby
(Horton, Kogen)
Collective Personnel
Sam Musiker (cl, as, ts), Benny Feeman, Lenny Hambro, Clint Neagley, Kenny Pinson, Mascagni “Musky” Ruffo (as), Walter Bates, Don Brassfield, Carl Friend, Jimmy Milione, Buddy Wise (ts), Rex Sittig (ts, bar), Dale Keever (bar), Al Beck, John Bello, Gordon Boswell, Don Fagerquist, Torg Halten, Vito “Mickey” Mangano, Norman Murphy, Ray Triscari, Graham Young (t), Roy Eldridge (t, v), John Grassi, Jay Kelliher, Pullman “Tommy” Pederson, Greg Phillips, Herb Randal, Frank Rehak, Walter Robertson, Frank Rosolino, Babe Wagner (tb), Ray Biondi, Ralph Blaze, Teddy Walters (g), Joe Cohen, Bob Kitsis, Milt Raskin, Joe Springer (p), Biddy Bastien, Ed Mihelich, Don Simpson (b), Gene Krupa (d), Bill Black, Johnny Desmond, Howard Dulany, Delores Hawkins, Anita O’Day (v), Elton Hill (arr)
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