|This session information is newly updated for 2017 and attempts to reference the complete studio recording sessions of Gene Krupa and his various orchestras, bands and combos. It was completely re-created from the ground-up using the acclaimed record discography database software BRIAN, without of which this would not of been possible. This Sessionography contains what we believe to be one of the most complete Krupa web discography resources to date, referencing over 700 performances in over 140 session records and 550 U.S. releases. Nevertheless, due to the enormity of the material presented in the confines of this website, we’ve been forced to truncate a small amount of information along with omitting session notes and foreign releases from our complete discography.
Note, that with a few exceptions, such as the London House recordings and some JATP performances, this session information does not yet include any of Gene’s live remote performance recordings. Nor does it include his recordings or performances as a sideman with other bands (such as Red Nichols, Benny Goodman or Tommy Dorsey.) Those projects are still ongoing (with the exception of his sideman performances with the Goodman Orchestra as this is already readily available) so look for this information to be available here in the future.
As always, a scope this size is sure to contain errors or exclusions, so any assistance to the addition or correction of this section is highly welcomed and encouraged. Also, do note that in the small instances when presented with conflicting data, some unidentified assumptions have been made in this Sessionography. Although these decisions were based upon our extensive research from the numerous discographies, articles, liner notes, and other such resources available at our disposal, they are still to be considered assumptions nonetheless.
|1960-1964||Although Gene continued to perform right up until his death in 1973,
no official studio recording were made under his name after 1964.