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1946


Date: January 28, 1946
Location: Philharmonic Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA
Label: Mercury

Gene Krupa Trio
Charlie Ventura (ts, bar), Teddy Napoleon (p), Gene Krupa (d)

[live] Stompin’ At The Savoy
(Sampson, Webb, Goodman, Razaf)
 
[live] Body And Soul
(Green, Heyman, Sour, Eyton)
 
63VK634
[live]
Dark Eyes
(Traditional)
Verve/MGM LP 12″: V/V6-8594 — The Best Of Gene Krupa – Verve’s Choice [M/S] (1964)
Verve/MGM LP 12″: V/V6-8571 — The Essential Gene Krupa – Let Me Off Uptown [M/S] (1964)
MGM LP 12″: GAS-132 — Gene Krupa – Golden Archive Series (1970)

All titles on:
Mercury LP 10″: MGC-500 — Gene Krupa Trio At JATP (1952)
Clef LP 10″: MGC-600 — Gene Krupa Trio At JATP (1953)
Verve LP 12″: MGV-8031 — Gene Krupa Trio At JATP (1957)


Date: February 4, 1946
Location: Hollywood, CA
Label: Columbia

Gene Krupa and his Orchestra
Charlie Kennedy, Harry Terrill (as), Charlie Ventura, Buddy Wise (ts), Joe Koch (bar), Vince Hughes, Jimmy Millazzio, Red Rodney, Joe Triscari (t), Bob Ascher, Nick Gaglio, Tasso Harris, Dick Taylor (tb), Mike Triscari (g), Teddy Napoleon (p), Irv Lang (b), Joe Dale, Gene Krupa (d), Carolyn Grey, Buddy Stewart (v)

HCO-1678-1 We’ll Gather Lilacs – vBS
(Novello)
Columbia 78 10″: 36954 — Gimmie A Little Kiss (Will Ya Huh?)/We’ll Gather Lilacs
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-219 — In Disco Order Volume 18
HCO-1679-1 Gimmie A Little Kiss (Will Ya Huh?) – vCG
(Turk, Smith, Pinkard)
Columbia 78 10″: 36954 — Gimmie A Little Kiss (Will Ya Huh?)/We’ll Gather Lilacs
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-219 — In Disco Order Volume 18
HCO-1680-1 Tomorrow Is Forever – vBS
(Tobias, Steiner)
Columbia 78 10″: C-792 (CA) — Tomorrow Is Forever/Loop De Loop
HCO-1681-1 Loop-De-Loop – vCG
(Newman)
Columbia 78 10″: C-792 (CA) — Tomorrow Is Forever/Loop De Loop

Date: February 20, 1946
Location: Radio Recorders, 7000 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood, CA
Label: Capitol

Gene Krupa and his Orchestra
Charlie Kennedy, Harry Terrill (as), Charlie Ventura, Buddy Wise (ts), Joe Koch (bar), Jimmy Millazzio, Red Rodney, Joe Triscari, Ray Triscari (t), Bob Ascher, Nick Gaglio, Tasso Harris, Dick Taylor (tb), Mike Triscari (g), Teddy Napoleon (p), Irv Lang (b), Joe Dale, Gene Krupa (d), Carolyn Grey, Buddy Stewart (v)

*Trio: Charlie Ventura (ts), Teddy Napoleon (p), Gene Krupa (d)

ET-702-1 Indiana
(Hanley, MacDonald)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-115/B-116 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
First Time Records LP 12″: FTR-1512 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946-1947)
ET-702-2 My Old Flame – vBS
(Johnston, Coslow)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-115/B-116 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
ET-703-2 Wings On My Shoes – vBS
(Bob Hillard, Dick Miles)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-115/B-116 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
ET-704-2 Up An Atom
(Finckel)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-115/B-116 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
ET-705-2 Boogie Blues – vCG
(Krupa, Biondi)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-115/B-116 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
ET-707-1 Hop, Skip And Jump (Honey, Hurry, Hurry To Me) – vCG
(Keller, Livingston, Hoffman, Drake)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-115/B-116 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
ET-708-1 Out Of Nowhere
(Green, Heyman)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-115/B-116 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
First Time Records LP 12″: FTR-1512 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946-1947)
ET-708-2 Star Burst (Opening Theme)
(Finckel)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: X-5 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
ET-709-1 Star Burst (Closing Theme)
(Finckel)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: X-5 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
ET-709-2 Star Burst (Theme Bridge 1)
(Finckel)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: X-15 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
ET-709-3 Star Burst (Theme Bridge 2)
(Finckel)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: X-15 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
ET-711-1 Body And Soul*
(Green, Heyman, Sour, Eyton)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-123/B-124 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
ET-712-2 Limehouse Blues*
(Braham, Furber)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-123/B-124 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
ET-713-1 Stompin’ At The Savoy*
(Sampson, Webb, Goodman, Razaf)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-123/B-124 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)

All titles also on:
Mosaic CD: MD7-192 — The Complete Capitol Recordings of Gene Krupa & Harry James (1999)


Date: February 26, 1946
Location: Radio Recorders, 7000 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood, CA
Label: Capitol

Gene Krupa and his Orchestra
Charlie Kennedy, Harry Terrill (as), Charlie Ventura, Buddy Wise (ts), Joe Koch (bar), Jimmy Millazzio, Red Rodney, Joe Triscari, Ray Triscari (t), Bob Ascher, Nick Gaglio, Tasso Harris, Dick Taylor (tb), Mike Triscari (g), Teddy Napoleon (p), Irv Lang (b), Joe Dale, Gene Krupa (d), Carolyn Grey, Buddy Stewart (v)

ET-728-1 These Foolish Things (Remind Me Of You)
(Strachey, Link, Marvell)
 
ET-728-2 Calling Doctor Gillespie
(Finckel)
 
ET-729-1 Begin The Beguine
(Porter)
 
ET-729-2 They Didn’t Believe Me – vCG
(Kern, Reynolds)
 
ET-730-1 What’s This? – vBS
(Lambert)
 
ET-731-1 My Ideal
(Robin, Whiting, Chase)
 
ET-732-2 Hodge Podge
(Ellington, Hodges)
 

All titles on:
Mosaic CD: MD7-192 — The Complete Capitol Recordings of Gene Krupa & Harry James (1999)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-117/B-118 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)


Date: April 1, 1946
Location: Radio Recorders, 7000 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood, CA
Label: Capitol

Gene Krupa and his Orchestra
Charlie Kennedy, Harry Terrill (as), Charlie Ventura, Buddy Wise (ts), Joe Koch (bar), Jimmy Millazzio, Red Rodney, Joe Triscari, Ray Triscari (t), Bob Ascher, Nick Gaglio, Tasso Harris, Dick Taylor (tb), Mike Triscari (g), Teddy Napoleon (p), Irv Lang (b), Joe Dale, Gene Krupa (d), Carolyn Grey (v)

*Trio: Charlie Ventura (ts), Teddy Napoleon (p), Gene Krupa (d)

ET-941-1 I’ll Never Be The Same
(Malneck, Signorelli, Kahn)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-121/B-122 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
First Time Records LP 12″: FTR-1512 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946-1947)
ET-942-3 Tea For Two – vCG
(Youmans, Caesar)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-119/B-120 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
ET-944-2 Bolero At The Savoy – vCG
(Mundy, Biondi, Carpenter, Krupa)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-119/B-120 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
ET-945-1 Lover
(Rodgers, Hart)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-119/B-120 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
ET-945-2 I Hear You Screaming
(Williams)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-125/B-126 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
Sounds Of Swing LP 12″: LP-114 — That Drummer’s Band
ET-947-1 The Man I Love
(Gershwin, Gershwin)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-121/B-122 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
First Time Records LP 12″: FTR-1512 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946-1947)
ET-948-2 Stardust
(Parish, Carmichael)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-119/B-120 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
ET-953-1 10 Richie Drive*
(Krupa, Ventura)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-125/B-126 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
ET-954-1 How High The Moon*
(Hamilton, Lewis)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-125/B-126 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
ET-955-1 Dark Eyes*
(Traditional)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-125/B-126 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)

All titles also on:
Mosaic CD: MD7-192 — The Complete Capitol Recordings of Gene Krupa & Harry James (1999)


Date: April 2, 1946
Location: Radio Recorders, 7000 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood, CA
Label: Capitol

Gene Krupa and his Orchestra
Charlie Kennedy, Harry Terrill (as), Charlie Ventura, Buddy Wise (ts), Joe Koch (bar), Jimmy Millazzio, Red Rodney, Joe Triscari, Ray Triscari (t), Bob Ascher, Nick Gaglio, Tasso Harris, Dick Taylor (tb), Mike Triscari (g), Teddy Napoleon (p), Irv Lang (b), Joe Dale, Gene Krupa (d), Buddy Stewart (v)

ET-949-1 Some Day Soon – vBS
(Leach)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-231/B-232 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
ET-951-1 And Then I looked At You – vBS
(Reid)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-125/B-126 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
ET-958-2 King Porter Stomp
(Morton)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-121/B-122 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
First Time Records LP 12″: FTR-1512 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946-1947)
ET-959-2 Blue Lou
(Sampson, Mills)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-121/B-122 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
First Time Records LP 12″: FTR-1512 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946-1947)
ET-960-2 Summertime – vBS
(Gershwin, Gershwin, Heyward)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-119/B-120 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
ET-961-2 How Deep Is The Ocean? – vBS
(Berlin)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-119/B-120 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
ET-962-2 Up Stepped The Moon – vBS
(Williams)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-125/B-126 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
ET-962-3 Love In My Heart
(Alvis, Ellington)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-119/B-120 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
ET-970-1 Leave Us Leap
(Finckel)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-119/B-120 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)

All titles also on:
Mosaic CD: MD7-192 — The Complete Capitol Recordings of Gene Krupa & Harry James (1999)


Date: April 8, 1946
Location: Radio Recorders, 7000 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood, CA
Label: Capitol

Gene Krupa and his Orchestra
Charlie Kennedy, Harry Terrill (as), Charlie Ventura, Buddy Wise (ts), Joe Koch (bar), Jimmy Millazzio, Red Rodney, Joe Triscari, Ray Triscari (t), Bob Ascher, Nick Gaglio, Tasso Harris, Dick Taylor (tb), Mike Triscari (g), Teddy Napoleon (p), Irv Lang (b), Joe Dale, Gene Krupa (d), Carolyn Grey, Buddy Stewart (v)

*Trio: Charlie Ventura (ts), Teddy Napoleon (p), Gene Krupa (d)

ET-978-1 Yesterdays
(Kern, Harbach)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-121/B-122 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
ET-979-2 Baby, Won’t You Please Come Home
(Williams)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-121/B-122 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
ET-980-1 Prisoner Of Love – vBS
(Columbo, Robin, Gaskill)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-121/B-122 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
ET-980-2 U.S.O.
(Finckel)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-231/B-232 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
ET-981-1 John’s Other Wife
(Bothwell, Williams)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-231/B-232 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
First Time Records LP 12″: FTR-1512 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946-1947)
ET-982-1 Ain’t Nowhere – vCG
(Berger, Williams)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-233/B-234 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
Sounds Of Swing LP 12″: LP-114 — That Drummer’s Band
ET-983-2 Otto, Make That Riff Staccato – vCG
(Schwartz, Orent)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-231/B-232 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
ET-990-1 Sweet Lorraine*
(Parish, Burwell)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-123/B-124 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
ET-990-2 Wire Brush Stomp*
(Krupa, Biondi)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-123/B-124 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
ET-995-1 Old Folks At Home – vBS
(Foster)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-231/B-232 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
ET-995-2 You Go To My Head – vBS
(Coots, Gillespie)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-231/B-232 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
ET-996-1 Bird House*
(Mulligan)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-125/B-126 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
ET-996-2 Lyonnaise Potatoes And Some Pork Chops – vBS
(Stewart)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-231/B-232 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
ET-997-2 Bugle Call Rag
(Schoebel, Meyers, Pettis)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-231/B-232 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
First Time Records LP 12″: FTR-1512 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946-1947)
ET-999-1 In The Moon Mist – vBS
(Lawrence, Goddard)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-231/B-232 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
ET-1000-2 Where Or When – vBS
(Rodgers, Hart)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-231/B-232 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
ET-1001-1 It’s Up To You
(Finckel)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-233/B-234 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)
First Time Records LP 12″: FTR-1512 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946-1947)
ET-1002-1 What Is This Thing Called Love*
(Porter)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-123/B-124 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra(1946)
ET-1002-2 Idaho*
(Stone)
Capitol Transcriptions LP 16″: B-123/B-124 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1946)

All titles also on:
Mosaic CD: MD7-192 — The Complete Capitol Recordings of Gene Krupa & Harry James (1999)


Date: May 6, 1946
Location: New York City, NY
Label: Columbia

Gene Krupa and his Orchestra
Charlie Kennedy, Harry Terrill (as), Charlie Ventura, Buddy Wise (ts), Jack Schwartz (bar), Tony Anelli, Red Rodney, Joe Triscari, Ray Triscari (t), Bob Ascher, Warren Covington, Ben Seaman, Dick Taylor (tb), Mike Triscari (g), Teddy Napoleon (p), Bob Munoz (b), Joe Dale, Gene Krupa (d), Bob Strahl (bgo), Carolyn Grey, Buddy Stewart (v)

CO-36235-1A You May Not Love Me – vBS
(Van Heusen, Burke)
Columbia 78 10″: 37049 — Chiquita Banana (The Banana Song)/You May Not Love Me
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-219 — In Disco Order Volume 18
CO-36236-2 Chiquita Banana (The Banana Song) – vCG
(Montgomery, Mackenzie, Wirges)
Columbia 78 10″: 37049 — Chiquita Banana (The Banana Song)/You May Not Love Me
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-219 — In Disco Order Volume 18
Collectables CD: COL-CD-7490 — Boogie, Ballads, And Be-Bop: The Best Of The Columbia Years 1945-1949 (2002)
CO-36237-1 That’s My Home – vBS
(Robin)
Columbia 78 10″: 37067 — It’s Just A Matter Of Opinion/That’s My Home
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-219 — In Disco Order Volume 18
CO-36238-1 Ain’t Nowhere – vCG
(Berger, Williams)
Columbia 78 10″: DS-1653 [SW] — Ain’t Nowhere/Just The Other Day

Date: May 27, 1946
Location: Carnegie Hall, 881 Seventh Avenue, New York City, NY
Label: Mercury

Gene Krupa Trio at JATP
Charlie Ventura (ts, bar), Teddy Napoleon (p), Gene Krupa (d)

909 | 217
[live]
Stompin’ At The Savoy (Part 1)
(Sampson, Webb, Goodman, Razaf)
Verve CD: 314-523893-2 — The Complete Jazz At The Philharmonic On Verve (1944 – 1949) (1998)
910 | 218
[live]
Stompin’ At The Savoy (Part 2)
(Sampson, Webb, Goodman, Razaf)
Verve CD: 314-523893-2 — The Complete Jazz At The Philharmonic On Verve (1944 – 1949) (1998)
[live] The Man I Love
(Gershwin, Gershwin)
Mercury LP 10″: MGC-500 — Gene Krupa Trio At JATP (1952)
Clef LP 10″: MGC-600 — Gene Krupa Trio At JATP (1953)
Verve LP 12″: MGV-8031 — Gene Krupa Trio At JATP (1957)
911 | 219
[live]
Idaho (Part 1)
(Stone)
Mercury LP 10″: MGC-500 — Gene Krupa Trio At JATP (1952)
Clef LP 10″: MGC-600 — Gene Krupa Trio At JATP (1953)
Verve LP 12″: MGV-8031 — Gene Krupa Trio At JATP (1957)
912 | 220
[live]
Idaho (Part 2)
(Stone)
Mercury LP 10″: MGC-500 — Gene Krupa Trio At JATP (1952)
Clef LP 10″: MGC-600 — Gene Krupa Trio At JATP (1953)
Verve LP 12″: MGV-8031 — Gene Krupa Trio At JATP (1957)
[live] Dark Eyes
(Traditional)
unissued

Date: May 27, 1946
Location: New York City, NY
Label: Columbia

Gene Krupa and his Orchestra
Charlie Kennedy, Harry Terrill (as), Charlie Ventura, Buddy Wise (ts), Jack Schwartz (bar), Tony Anelli, Red Rodney, Joe Triscari, Ray Triscari (t), Warren Covington, Carl ‘Ziggy’ Elmer, Ben Seaman, Dick Taylor (tb), Hy White (g), Teddy Napoleon (p), Bob Munoz (b), Bob Strahl (b, bgo), Joe Dale, Gene Krupa (d), Carolyn Grey, Buddy Stewart (v)

CO-36362-1 Ev’rybody Loves My Baby, My Baby – vBS
(Nevins, Dunn, Nevins)
Columbia 78 10″: 37078 — Just The Other Day/Ev’rybody Loves My Baby, My Baby
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-219 — In Disco Order Volume 18
CO-36363-1 Just The Other Day – vCG
(Evans, Croom-Johnson)
Columbia 78 10″: 37078 — Just The Other Day/Ev’rybody Loves My Baby, My Baby
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-219 — In Disco Order Volume 18
CO-36364-1 How High The Moon – vBS
(Hamilton, Lewis)
Columbia 78 10″: 38345 — How High The Moon/Tea For Two (1948)
Columbia EP 7″: B-1999 — Gene Krupa’s Sidekicks Vol. 1 (1955)
Columbia EP 7″: B-1996 — Gerry Mulligan Arrangements (1955)
Columbia LP 12″: CL-641 — Gene Krupa’s Sidekicks (1955)
Columbia EP 7″: B-2543 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1957)
Columbia Master Works LP 12″: K3L-236 — Columbia Basic Library of Great Jazz (1957)
Columbia LP 12″: C2L-29 — Drummin’ Man (1963)
Joker LP 12″: SM-3616 — Gene Krupa
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-219 — In Disco Order Volume 18
Columbia LP 12″: JC-34803 — Gerry Mulligan The Arranger (1977)
Collectables CD: COL-CD-7490 — Boogie, Ballads, And Be-Bop: The Best Of The Columbia Years 1945-1949 (2002)
CO-36365-1A It’s Just A Matter Of Opinion – vCG, BS
(Jaffe, Lampl)
Columbia 78 10″: 37067 — It’s Just A Matter Of Opinion/That’s My Home
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-227 — In Disco Order Volume 19

Date: September 20, 1946
Location: New York City, NY
Label: Columbia

Gene Krupa and his Orchestra
Charlie Kennedy, Harry Terrill (as), Joe Megro, Buddy Wise (ts), Jack Schwartz (bar), Tony Anelli, Al Porcino, Joe Triscari, Ray Triscari (t), Randy Bellerjean, Carl ‘Ziggy’ Elmer, Moe Schneider, Dick Taylor (tb), Stan Doughty (g), Teddy Napoleon (p), Bob Strahl (b), Joe Dale, Gene Krupa (d), Carolyn Grey, Buddy Stewart (v)

CO-36904-1 There Is No Breeze (To Cool The Flame Of Love)
(Dorothy Dick, Alex Alstone)
Columbia 78 10″: 37158 — Aren’t You Kind Of Glad We Did?/There Is No Breeze (To Cool The Flame Of Love)
Columbia LP 10″: CL-6066 — Gene Krupa Dance Parade (1949)
Columbia LP 12″: C2L-29 — Drummin’ Man (1963)
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-227 — In Disco Order Volume 19
CO-36904-2
[alternate]
There Is No Breeze (To Cool The Flame Of Love)
(Dorothy Dick, Alex Alstone)
Collectables CD: COL-CD-7490 — Boogie, Ballads, And Be-Bop: The Best Of The Columbia Years 1945-1949 (2002)
CO-36905-1 (The Story Of) The Slow Mosquita
(Lopez, Holmes, Skylar)
Columbia 78 10″: 37209 — It’s A Good Day/(The Story Of) The Slow Mosquita
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-227 — In Disco Order Volume 19
CO-36906-1 Aren’t You Kind Of Glad We Did? – vBS
(Gershwin, Gershwin)
Columbia 78 10″: 37158 — Aren’t You Kind Of Glad We
Did?/There Is No Breeze (To Cool The Flame Of Love)
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-227 — In Disco Order Volume 19
Collectables CD: COL-CD-7490 — Boogie, Ballads, And Be-Bop: The Best Of The Columbia Years 1945-1949 (2002)

Date: October 17-18, 1946
Location: Chicago, IL
Label: Columbia

Gene Krupa and his Orchestra
Charlie Kennedy, Harry Terrill (as), Joe Megro, Buddy Wise (ts), Jack Schwartz (bar), Tony Anelli, Al Porcino, Joe Triscari, Ray Triscari (t), Randy Bellerjean, Carl ‘Ziggy’ Elmer, Moe Schneider, Dick Taylor (tb), Bob Lesher (g), Buddy Neal (p), Bob Strahl (b), Joe Dale, Gene Krupa (d), Carolyn Grey (v)

CCO-4672-1D It’s A Good Day – vCG
(Barbour, Lee)
Columbia 78 10″: 37209 — It’s A Good Day/(The Story Of) The Slow Mosquita
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-227 — In Disco Order Volume 19
Collectables CD: COL-CD-7490 — Boogie, Ballads, And Be-Bop: The Best Of The Columbia Years 1945-1949 (2002)
CCO-4673-1 You Be You (But Let Me Be Me)
(Seger Ellis)
unissued
CCO-4674-1A Dear Old Southland – vCG
(Creamer, Layton)
Columbia 78 10″: 38496 — Dear Old Southland/Bambina Mia
Columbia LP 7″: 1-231 — Dear Old Southland/Bambina Mia (1948)
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-227 — In Disco Order Volume 19
Sounds Of Swing LP 12″: LP-114 — That Drummer’s Band

Date: October 31, 1946
Location: Chicago, IL
Label: Columbia

Gene Krupa and his Orchestra
Charlie Kennedy, Harry Terrill (as), Joe Megro, Buddy Wise (ts), Jack Schwartz (bar), Tony Anelli, Al Porcino, Joe Triscari, Ray Triscari (t), Randy Bellerjean, Carl ‘Ziggy’ Elmer, Moe Schneider, Dick Taylor (tb), Bob Lesher (g), Buddy Neal (p), Bob Strahl (b), Joe Dale, Gene Krupa (d), Carolyn Grey (v)

CCO-4683-1 Yo Ho Blow The Man Down
(Traditional)
 unissued
CCO-4684-1 I Want A Grown Up Man – vCG
(Wick, O’Day)
Columbia LP 7″: 1-388 — Why Fall In Love With A Stranger/I Want A Grown Up Man(1948)
Columbia 78 10″: 38622 — Why Fall In Love With A Stranger/I Want A Grown Up Man (1949)
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-227 — In Disco Order Volume 19
CCO-4685-1A Valse Triste
(Sibelius)
Columbia 78 10″: 37224 — Opus No. 1/Valse Triste (1949)
Columbia 45 7″: 4-37224 — Opus No. 1/Valse Triste (1949)
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-227 — In Disco Order Volume 19

Date: December 2, 1946
Location: Chicago, IL
Label: Columbia

Gene Krupa and his Orchestra
Charlie Kennedy, Harry Terrill (as), Joe Megro, Buddy Wise (ts), Jack Schwartz (bar), Tony Anelli, Ed Badgley, Joe Triscari, Ray Triscari (t), Randy Bellerjean, Carl ‘Ziggy’ Elmer, Moe Schneider, Dick Taylor (tb), Bob Lesher (g), Buddy Neal (p), Bob Strahl (b), Joe Dale, Gene Krupa (d)

CCO-4674-3A Dear Old Southland
(Creamer, Layton)
Columbia 78 10″: 38496 — Dear Old Southland/Bambina Mia
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