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1950-1952


Date: February 24, 1950
Location: New York City, NY
Label: RCA Victor

Gene Krupa and his Orchestra
Harvey Cousins, Lenny Hambro (as), John Lujack, Buddy Wise (ts), Dale Keever (bar), Fern Caron, Don Fagerquist, Ray Triscari (t), Urbie Green, Gene Mullens, Rob Swope (tb), Norman Schnell (p), Don Simpson (b), Gene Krupa (d), Bill Purcell (tbl), Bill Black (v)

E0-VB-3409 There’ll Be A Hot Time In The Old Town Tonight
(Hayden, Metz)
unissued
E0-VB-3410 (I Wanna Go Where You Go) Then I’ll Be Happy – vBB
(Friend, Clare, Brown)
unissued


Date: March 20, 1950
Location: New York City, NY
Label: RCA Victor

Gene Krupa and his Orchestra
Harvey Cousins, Lenny Hambro (as), John Lujack, Buddy Wise (ts), Dale Keever (bar), Fern Caron, Don Fagerquist, Bill Purcell, Ray Triscari (t), Urbie Green, Gene Mullens, Rob Swope (tb), Norman Schnell (p), Don Simpson (b), Gene Krupa (d), Bill Black (v)

E0-VB-3806 Dust – vBB
(Marvin)
RCA Victor 78 10″: 20-3721 —These Foolish Things/Dust
RCA Victor 45 7″: 47-3721 — These Foolish Things/Dust (1950)
E0-OVB-3807 These Foolish Things (Remind Me Of You)
(Strachey, Link, Marvell)
RCA Victor 78 10″: 20-3721 —These Foolish Things/Dust
RCA Victor 45 7″: 47-3721 — These Foolish Things/Dust (1950)
RCA Victor EP 7″: EPBT-3046 — Crazy… And Cool (1953)
E0-VB-3808 Ain’t Misbehavin’ (I’m Savin’ My Love For You)
(Waller, Brooks, Razaf)
RCA/Camden EP 7″: CAE-379 —Krupa Plays Fats
RCA Victor 78 10″: 20-3734 — Ain’t Misbehavin’ (I’m Savin’ My Love For You)/Handful Of Keys (1950)
RCA Victor 45 7″: 47-3734 — Ain’t Misbehavin’ (I’m Savin’ My Love For You)/Handful Of Keys (1950)
RCA Victor 78 10″: P-281 — Gene Krupa Plays “Fats” Waller For Dancing (1950)
RCA Victor 45 7″: WP-281 — Gene Krupa Plays “Fats” Waller For Dancing (1950)
RCA/Camden LP 12″: CAL-340 — Mutiny In The Parlor (1956)
RCA/Camden LP 12″: CAL-361 — Hits Of The ’20s (1957)
RCA/Camden LP 12″: CAL-340 — Swingin’ With Krupa (1958)
E0-VB-3809 Honeysuckle Rose
(Waller, Razaf)
RCA/Camden EP 7″: CAE-379 — Krupa Plays Fats
RCA Victor 78 10″: 20-3735 — Honeysuckle Rose/(What Did I Do To Be So) Black And Blue (1950)
RCA Victor 45 7″: 47-3735 — (What Did I DoTo Be So) Black And Blue/Honeysuckle Rose (1950)
RCA Victor 78 10″: P-281 — Gene Krupa Plays “Fats” Waller For Dancing (1950)
RCA Victor 45 7″: WP-281 — Gene Krupa Plays “Fats” Waller For Dancing (1950)
RCA/Camden LP 12″: CAL-340 — Mutiny In The Parlor (1956)
RCA/Camden LP 12″: CAL-340 — Swingin’ With Krupa (1958)
RCA Victor EP 7″: EPA-5107 — Drum Beat (1959)

All titles also on:
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-241 — In Disco Order Volume 21


Date: March 24, 1950
Location: New York City, NY
Label: RCA Victor

Gene Krupa and his Orchestra
Harvey Cousins, Lenny Hambro (as), John Lujack, Buddy Wise (ts), Dale Keever (bar), Fern Caron, Don Fagerquist, Bill Purcell, Ray Triscari (t), Urbie Green, Gene Mullens, Rob Swope (tb), Norman Schnell (p), Don Simpson (b), Gene Krupa (d)

E0-VB-3886 Handful Of Keys
(Waller)
RCA/Camden EP 7″: CAE-379 — Krupa Plays Fats
RCA Victor 78 10″: 20-3734 — Ain’t Misbehavin’ (I’m Savin’ My Love For You)/Handful Of Keys (1950)
RCA Victor 45 7″: 47-3734 — Ain’t Misbehavin’ (I’m Savin’ My Love For You)/Handful Of Keys (1950)
RCA/Camden LP 12″: CAL-340 — Mutiny In The Parlor (1956)
RCA/Camden LP 12″: CAL-340 — Swingin’ With Krupa (1958)
E0-VB-3887 (What Did I Do To Be So) Black And Blue
(Waller, Brooks, Razaf)
RCA/Camden EP 7″: CAE-379 — Krupa Plays Fats
RCA Victor 78 10″: 20-3735 — Honeysuckle Rose/(What Did I Do To Be So) Black And Blue (1950)
RCA Victor 45 7″: 47-3735 — (What Did I Do To Be So) Black And Blue/Honeysuckle Rose (1950)
RCA/Camden LP 12″: CAL-340 — Mutiny In The Parlor (1956)
RCA/Camden LP 12″: CAL-340 — Swingin’ With Krupa (1958)
E0-VB-3888 I’ve Got A Feeling I’m Falling
(Waller, Link, Rose)
RCA Victor 78 10″: 20-3736 —I’ve Got A Feeling I’m Falling/Blue Turning Grey Over You (1950)
RCA Victor 45 7″: 47-3736 — Blue, Turning Grey Over You/I’ve Got A Feeling I’m Falling (1950)
E0-VB-3889 Blue, Turning Grey Over You
(Waller, Razaf)
RCA Victor 78 10″: 20-3736 —I’ve Got A Feeling I’m Falling/Blue Turning Grey Over You (1950)
RCA Victor 45 7″: 47-3736 — Blue, Turning Grey Over You/I’ve Got A Feeling I’m Falling (1950)
RCA Victor EP 7″: EPB-1070 — Perfect For Dancing: Fox Trots (1955)
RCA Victor LP 12″: LPM-1070 — Perfect For Dancing: Fox Trots (1955)
RCA Victor EP 7″: SPA-7-12 — The RCA Victor Perfect For Dancing Sampler (1956)
RCA Special Products LP 12″: DVM 1-0604 — Dancing Cheek-to-Cheek (1983)

All titles also on:
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-241 — In Disco Order Volume 21
RCA Victor 78 10″: P-281 — Gene Krupa Plays “Fats” Waller For Dancing (1950)
RCA Victor 45 7″: WP-281 — Gene Krupa Plays “Fats” Waller For Dancing (1950)


Date: March 26, 1950
Location: New York City, NY
Label: RCA Victor

Gene Krupa’s Chicago Jazz Band
Michael ‘Peanuts’ Hucko (cl), “Wild” Bill Davidson (c), Robert “Cutty” Cutshall (tb), Ray Biondi (g), Gene Schroeder (p), Al Hall (b),Gene Krupa (d), Bobby Soots (v)

E0-VB-4056 At The Jazz Band Ball
(Edwards, La Rocca, Sbarbaro, Shields, Mercer)
 
E0-VB-4057 I Want Gold In My Pockets
(Lane)
 

Both titles on:
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-251 — In Disco Order Volume 22
RCA Victor 78 10″: 20-3816 — At The Jazz Band Ball/I Want Gold In My Pockets (1950)
RCA Victor 45 7″: 47-3816 — I Want Gold In My Pockets/At The Jazz Band Ball (1950)


Date: April 6, 1950
Location: New York City, NY
Label: RCA Victor

Gene Krupa and his Chicago Jazz
Michael ‘Peanuts’ Hucko (cl), “Wild” Bill Davidson (c), Robert “Cutty” Cutshall (tb), Ray Biondi (g), Gene Schroeder (p), Al Hall (b), Gene Krupa (d), Bobby Soots (v)

E0-VB-4136 Bonaparte’s Retreat
(King)
RCA/Camden LP 12″: CAL-340 — Mutiny In The Parlor (1956)
RCA/Camden LP 12″: CAL-340 — Swingin’ With Krupa (1958)
RCA Victor EP 7″: EPA-5107 — Drum Beat (1959)
E0-VB-4137 My Scandinavian Baby
(Shand, Merrill)
 

Both titles also on:
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-251 — In Disco Order Volume 22
RCA Victor 78 10″: 20-3766 — Bonaparte’s Retreat/My Scandinavian Baby (1950)
RCA Victor 45 7″: 47-3766 — Bonaparte’s Retreat/My Scandinavian Baby (1950)


Date: August 15, 1950
Location: New York City, NY
Label: RCA Victor

Gene Krupa and his Orchestra
Bill Davis, Lenny Hambro (as), Ed “Turk” Darlington, Walt Howell (ts), Ray Davidson (bar), Fern Caron, Don Fagerquist, Bill Purcell, Ray Triscari (t), Urbie Green, Gene Mullens, George Roberts (tb), RayBiondi (g), Norman Schnell (p), Don Simpson (b), Gene Krupa (d), Bobby Soots (v)

E0-VB-5186 Cincinnati Dancing Pig
(Lewis, Wood)
 
E0-VB-5187 Swingin’ Doors
(Wells, Saxon)
 

Both titles on:
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-251 — In Disco Order Volume 22
RCA Victor 78 10″: 20-3906 — Swingin’ Doors/Cincinnati Dancing Pig (1950)
RCA Victor 45 7″: 47-3906 — Swingin’ Doors/Cincinnati Dancing Pig (1950)


Date: September 11, 1950
Location: New York City, NY
Label: RCA Victor

Gene Krupa’s Chicago Jazz Band
Edmond Hall (cl), Ernie Caceres (bar), “Wild” Bill Davidson (c), Robert “Cutty” Cutshall (tb), Ray Biondi (g), Joe Bushkin (p), Al Hall(b), Gene Krupa (d), Bobby Soots (v)

E0-VB-5551 Walkin’ With The Blues – vBS
(Gass, Robertson)
RCA Victor 78 10″: 20-3965 — Walkin’ With The Blues/I’m Forever Blowing Bubbles (1950)
RCA Victor 45 7″: 47-3965 — Walkin’ With The Blues/I’m Forever Blowing Bubbles (1950)
RCA/Camden LP 12″: CAL-340 — Mutiny In The Parlor (1956)
RCA/Camden LP 12″: CAL-340 — Swingin’ With Krupa (1958)
RCA Victor EP 7″: EPA-5107 — Drum Beat (1959)
E0-VB-5552 Panhandle Rag – vBS
(McAuliffe, Pierce)
RCA Victor 78 10″: 20-4026 — Panhandle Rag/Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me (1951)
RCA Victor 45 7″: 47-4026 — Panhandle Rag/Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me (1951)
RCA/Camden LP 12″: CAL-340 — Mutiny In The Parlor (1956)
RCA/Camden LP 12″: CAL-340 — Swingin’ With Krupa (1958)
E0-VB-5553 I’m Forever Blowing Bubbles
(Kenbrovin, Kellette)
RCA Victor 78 10″: 20-3965 — Walkin’ With The Blues/I’m Forever Blowing Bubbles (1950)
RCA Victor 45 7″: 47-3965 — Walkin’ With TheB lues/I’m Forever Blowing Bubbles (1950)
RCA/Camden LP 12″: CAL-340 — Mutiny In The Parlor (1956)
RCA/Camden LP 12″: CAL-340 — Swingin’ With Krupa (1958)
RCA Special Products LP 12″: RD4-45 — In The Groove (1967)
E0-VB-5554 Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me – vBS
(McCarron, Morgan, Swanstrom)
RCA Victor 78 10″: 20-4026 — Panhandle Rag/Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me (1951)
RCA Victor 45 7″: 47-4026 — Panhandle Rag/Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me (1951)

All titles also on:
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-251 — In Disco Order Volume 22


Date: July 30, 1951
Location: New York City, NY
Label: RCA Victor

Gene Krupa and his Orchestra
Reggie Merrill (as), Harold Fleitman, Frank (Yano) Salto (ts), Harold Lockwood (bar), Joe Cabot, Bill Robbins, Mike Shain (t), Ed Aulino, Earl Holt (tb), Dave Silberman (p), Gene Krupa (d), Joe Tucker(v)

E1VB-2933 The Sheik Of Araby – vJT
(Snyder, Wheeler, Smith)
RCA Victor 78 10″: 20-4234 — The Sheik Of Araby/Off And On (1950)
RCA Victor 45 7″: 47-4234 — The Sheik Of Araby/Off And On (1951)
RCA Victor EP 7″: EPA-5107 — Drum Beat (1959)
RCA/Camden LP 12″: CAL-811 — Original Recordings By Great Bands Of Our Time (1964)
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-251 — In Disco Order Volume 22
E1VB-2934 Off And On
(Evans, Stanton, Homer)
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-251 — In Disco Order Volume 22
RCA Victor 78 10″: 20-4234 — The Sheik Of Araby/Off And On (1950)
RCA Victor 45 7″: 47-4234 — The Sheik Of Araby/Off And On (1951)
E1VB-2935 I Remember Harlem
(Eldridge, Astor, Williams)
unissued

Date: March 19, 1952
Location: New York City, NY
Label: Clef

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

725-1 St. Louis Blues
(Handy)
Clef EP 7″: EP-278 — Our Best: Album #2
Norgran LP 12″: MGN-1103 — Charley’s Parley
Clef LP 12″: MGC-639 — Our Best
Clef EP 7″: EPC-140 — The Gene Krupa Trio – Collates (1953)
Clef LP 10″: MGC-121 — The Gene Krupa Trio – Collates (1953)
Mercury LP 10″: MGC-121 — The Gene Krupa Trio – Collates (1953)
Clef LP 12″: MGC-703 — Drum Boogie Music By The Gene Krupa Trio & Sextet (1956)
Verve LP 12″: MGV-8087 — Drum Boogie Music By The Gene Krupa Trio & Sextet (1957)
Verve LP 12″: MGV-8195 — Verve Compendium Of Jazz #2 (1957)
Verve/MGM LP 12″: V-8087 — Drum Boogie Music By The Gene Krupa Trio & Sextet (1961)
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-262 — In Disco Order Volume 22
726-3
[alternate]
St. Louis Blues
(Handy)
Clef 78 10″: 8983 — St. Louis Blues/Stardust
Clef 45 7″: 8983×45 — St. Louis Blues/Stardust
Mercury 78 10″: 8983 — St. Louis Blues/Stardust (1952)
Mercury 45 7″: 8983×45 — St. Louis Blues/Stardust (1952)
727-1 Please Don’t Talk About Me When I’m Gone
(Stept, Clare)
Clef 78 10″: 8984 — Please Don’t Talk About Me When I’m Gone/Drum Boogie
Clef 45 7″: 8984×45 — Please Don’t Talk About Me When I’m Gone/Drum Boogie
Mercury 78 10″: 8984 — Please Don’t TalkAbout Me When I’m Gone/Drum Boogie (1952)
Mercury 45 7″: 8984×45 — Please Don’t Talk About Me When I’m Gone/Drum Boogie (1952)
Clef EP 7″: EPC-140 — The Gene Krupa Trio – Collates (1953)
Clef LP 10″: MGC-121 — The Gene Krupa Trio – Collates (1953)
Mercury LP 10″: MGC-121 — The Gene Krupa Trio – Collates (1953)
Clef LP 12″: MGC-703 — Drum Boogie Music By The Gene Krupa Trio & Sextet (1956)
Verve LP 12″: MGV-8087 — Drum Boogie Music By The Gene Krupa Trio & Sextet (1957)
Verve/MGM LP 12″: V-8087 — Drum Boogie Music By The Gene Krupa Trio & Sextet (1961)
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-262 — In Disco Order Volume 23
728-1 Stardust
(Parish, Carmichael)
Clef 78 10″: 8983 — St. Louis Blues/Stardust
Clef 45 7″: 8983×45 — St. Louis Blues/Stardust
Mercury 78 10″: 8983 — St. Louis Blues/Stardust (1952)
Mercury 45 7″: 8983×45 — St. Louis Blues/Stardust (1952)
Clef EP 7″: EPC-140 — The Gene Krupa Trio – Collates (1953)
Clef LP 10″: MGC-121 — The Gene Krupa Trio – Collates (1953)
Mercury LP 10″: MGC-121 — The Gene Krupa Trio – Collates(1953)
Clef LP 12″: MGC-703 — Drum Boogie Music By The Gene Krupa Trio & Sextet (1956)
Verve LP 12″: MGV-8087 — Drum Boogie Music By The Gene Krupa Trio & Sextet (1957)
Verve/MGM LP 12″: V-8087 — Drum Boogie Music By The Gene Krupa Trio & Sextet (1961)
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-262 — In Disco Order Volume 23
Rhino Flashback CD: R2-75556 — The War Years: Sweet Georgia Brown & Other Hits (1997)
729-1 Perdido
(Tizol, Drake, Lengsfelder)
Clef LP 10″: MGC-121 — The Gene Krupa Trio – Collates (1953)
Mercury LP 10″: MGC-121 — The Gene Krupa Trio – Collates (1953)
Clef LP 12″: MGC-703 — Drum Boogie Music By The Gene Krupa Trio & Sextet (1956)
Verve LP 12″: MGV-8087 — Drum Boogie Music By The Gene Krupa Trio & Sextet (1957)
Verve/MGM LP 12″: V-8087 — Drum Boogie Music By The Gene Krupa Trio & Sextet (1961)
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-262 — In Disco Order Volume 23
730-3
[alternate]
Perdido
(Tizol, Drake, Lengsfelder)
Clef 78 10″: 8990 — Perdido/Fine’s Idea
Clef 45 7″: 8990×45 — Perdido/Fine’s Idea
Mercury 78 10″: 8990 — Perdido/Fine’s Idea (1952)
Mercury 45 7″: 8990×45 — Perdido/Fine’s Idea (1952)
731-3 Fine’s Idea
(Krupa, Napoleon, Ventura)
Clef 78 10″: 8990 — Perdido/Fine’s Idea
Clef 45 7″: 8990×45 — Perdido/Fine’s Idea
Mercury 78 10″: 8990 — Perdido/Fine’s Idea (1952)
Mercury 45 7″: 8990×45 — Perdido/Fine’s Idea (1952)
Clef LP 10″: MGC-121 — The Gene Krupa Trio – Collates (1953)
Mercury LP 10″: MGC-121 — The Gene Krupa Trio – Collates (1953)
Clef LP 12″: MGC-703 — Drum Boogie Music By The Gene Krupa Trio & Sextet (1956)
Verve LP 12″: MGV-8087 — Drum Boogie Music By The Gene Krupa Trio & Sextet (1957)
Verve/MGM LP 12″: V-8087 — Drum Boogie Music By The Gene Krupa Trio & Sextet (1961)
MGM LP 12″: GAS-132 — Gene Krupa Golden Archive Series (1970)
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-262 — In Disco Order Volume 23
732-5 | 62VK231 | 63VK629 Drum Boogie
(Krupa, Eldridge)
Mercury 78 10″: 8984 — Please Don’t Talk About Me When I’m Gone/Drum Boogie (1952)
Mercury 45 7″: 8984×45 — Please Don’t Talk About Me When I’m Gone/Drum Boogie (1952)
Clef 78 10″: 8984 — Please Don’t Talk About Me When I’m Gone/Drum Boogie
Clef 45 7″: 8984×45 — Please Don’t Talk About Me When I’m Gone/Drum Boogie
Clef LP 12″: DJC-2 — Disc Jockey
Clef EP 7″: EPC-140 — The Gene Krupa Trio – Collates (1953)
Clef LP 10″: MGC-121 — The Gene Krupa Trio – Collates (1953)
Mercury LP 10″: MGC-121 — The Gene Krupa Trio – Collates (1953)
Clef LP 12″: MGC-703 — Drum Boogie Music By The Gene Krupa Trio & Sextet (1956)
Verve LP 12″: MGV-8087 — Drum Boogie Music By The Gene Krupa Trio & Sextet (1957)
Verve/MGM LP 12″: V-8087 — Drum Boogie Music By The Gene Krupa Trio & Sextet (1961)
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)
Verve CD: 314 512 737-2 — The Verve Story: 1944 – 1994 (1994)
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-262 — In Disco Order Volume 23

Date: April 18, 1952
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Label: Victor

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

P-2934-1
[live]
Drum Boogie No. 1
(Krupa, Eldridge)
 
P-2935-1
[live]
Drum Boogie No. 2
(Krupa, Eldridge)
 
P-2938-1
[live]
My Blue Heaven
(Donaldson, Whiting)
 

All titles on:
Sunbeam LP 12″: SB-225 — The World’s Greatest Drummer 1952-61


Date: April 22, 1952
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Label: Victor

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

P-2941
[live]
Badgers’ Party
(Nakayama)
 
P-2942
[live]
Moon Over The Ruined Castle
(Taki)
 
P-2943
[live]
How High The Moon
(Hamilton, Lewis)
 

All titles on:
Sunbeam LP 12″: SB-225 — The World’s Greatest Drummer 1952-61


Date: April 23, 1952
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Label: Victor

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

P-2939-2
[live]
Stompin’ At The Ginza
(Krupa)
 
P-2940-2
[live]
Tokyo Express
(Krupa)
 

All titles on:
Sunbeam LP 12″: SB-225 — The World’s Greatest Drummer 1952-61


Date: June, 1952
Location: New York City, NY
Label: Mercury

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

[live] The Man I Love
(Gershwin, Gershwin)
unissued

Date: September 13, 1952
Location: Carnegie Hall, 881 Seventh Avenue, New York City, NY
Label: Mercury

*The Gene Krupa Trio
Willie Smith (as), Hank Jones (p), Gene Krupa (d)

**Gene Krupa and Buddy Rich
Gene Krupa, Buddy Rich (d)

***The JATP All-Stars
Benny Carter (as), Joe ‘Flip’ Phillips, Lester Young (ts), Roy Eldridge, Charlie Shavers (t), Barney Kessel (g), Oscar Peterson(p), Ray Brown (b), Gene Krupa, Buddy Rich (d), Ella Fitzgerald (v)

[live] Introduction by Norman Granz  
[live] Idaho*
(Stone)
Mercury LP 12″: MG-VOL. 15 — Norman Granz’ Jazz At The Philharmonic, Vol. 15 (1953)
Clef LP 12″: MG-VOL. 15 — Norman Granz’ Jazz At The Philharmonic, Vol. 15 (1954)
Verve LP 12″: MGV-8369 — The Drum Battle: Gene Krupa And Buddy Rich At JATP (1960)
Verve/MGM LP 12″: V-8369 — The Drum Battle: Gene Krupa And Buddy Rich At JATP (1961)
Verve/MGM LP 12″: V/V6-8484 — The Original Drum Battle [M/S] (1962)
[live] Sophisticated Lady*
(Ellington, Parish, Mills)
Mercury LP 12″: MG-VOL. 15 — Norman Granz’ Jazz At The Philharmonic, Vol. 15 (1953)
Clef LP 12″: MG-VOL. 15 — Norman Granz’ Jazz At The Philharmonic, Vol. 15 (1954)
Verve LP 12″: MGV-8369 — The Drum Battle: Gene Krupa And Buddy Rich At JATP (1960)
Verve/MGM LP 12″: V-8369 — The Drum Battle: Gene Krupa And Buddy Rich At JATP (1961)
Verve/MGM LP 12″: V/V6-8484 — The Original Drum Battle [M/S] (1962)
[live] Flying Home*
(Hampton, Goodman, Robin)
Mercury LP 12″: MG-VOL. 15 — Norman Granz’ Jazz At The Philharmonic, Vol. 15 (1953)
Clef LP 12″: MG-VOL. 15 — Norman Granz’ Jazz At The Philharmonic, Vol. 15 (1954)
Verve LP 12″: MGV-8369 — The Drum Battle: Gene Krupa And Buddy Rich At JATP (1960)
Verve/MGM LP 12″: V-8369 — The Drum Battle: Gene Krupa And Buddy Rich At JATP (1961)
Verve/MGM LP 12″: V/V6-8484 — The Original Drum Battle [M/S] (1962)
[live] Drum Boogie*
(Krupa, Eldridge)
Mercury LP 12″: MG-VOL. 15 — Norman Granz’ Jazz At The Philharmonic, Vol. 15 (1953)
Clef LP 12″: MG-VOL. 15 — Norman Granz’ Jazz At The Philharmonic, Vol. 15 (1954)
Verve LP 12″: MGV-8369 — The Drum Battle: Gene Krupa And Buddy Rich At JATP (1960)
Verve/MGM LP 12″: V-8369 — The Drum Battle: Gene Krupa And Buddy Rich At JATP (1961)
Verve/MGM LP 12″: V/V6-8484 — The Original Drum Battle [M/S] (1962)
Verve LP 12″: 815-146-1 — Jazz At The Philharmonic, Gene Krupa & Buddy Rich: The Drum Battle (1983)
[live] The Drum Battle**
(Shrdlu)
Mercury LP 12″: MG-VOL. 15 — Norman Granz’ Jazz At The Philharmonic, Vol. 15 (1953)
Clef LP 12″: MG-VOL. 15 — Norman Granz’ Jazz At The Philharmonic, Vol. 15 (1954)
Verve LP 12″: MGV-8369 — The Drum Battle: Gene Krupa And Buddy Rich At JATP (1960)
Verve/MGM LP 12″: V-8369 — The Drum Battle: Gene Krupa And Buddy Rich At JATP (1961)
Verve/MGM LP 12″: V/V6-8484 — The Original Drum Battle [M/S] (1962)
Verve LP 12″: VSP/VSPS-40 — Buddy Rich At JATP [M/S] (1966)
Verve LP 12″: 815-146-1 — Jazz At The Philharmonic, Gene Krupa & Buddy Rich: The Drum Battle (1983)
Verve CD: 840-033-2 — Jazz – Club: Drums (1989)
[live] Perdido***+
(Tizol, Drake, Lengsfelder)
Mercury LP 12″: MG-VOL. 15 — Norman Granz’ Jazz At The Philharmonic, Vol. 15 (1953)
Clef LP 12″: MG-VOL. 15 — Norman Granz’ Jazz At The Philharmonic, Vol. 15 (1954)
Verve LP 12″: MGV-8369 — The Drum Battle: Gene Krupa And Buddy Rich At JATP (1960)
Verve/MGM LP 12″: V-8369 — The Drum Battle: Gene Krupa And Buddy Rich At JATP (1961)
Verve/MGM LP 12″: V/V6-8484 — The Original Drum Battle [M/S] (1962)
Verve LP 12″: VSP/VSPS-40 — Buddy Rich At JATP [M/S] (1966)
Verve LP 12″: 815-146-1 — Jazz At The Philharmonic, Gene Krupa & Buddy Rich: The Drum Battle (1983)

+Although in this session “Perdido” is performed by the JATP ALL-STARS, it’s been included here for completeness

All titles also on:
Verve CD: 314 559 810-2 — The Drum Battle: Gene Krupa And Buddy Rich At JATP (1999)


Date: December 9, 1952
Location: New York City, NY
Label: Clef

Gene Krupa and his Orchestra
Stan Ferguson, Lenny Hambro, Al Howard, Stewart McKay, Nuncio ‘Toots’ Mondello, Ben Ross (sax), Bernie Glow, Gordon ‘Chris’ Griffin, Steve Lipkins, Charlie Shavers (t), Bobby Byrne, Chuck Evans, Jack Satterfield, Kai Winding (tb), Lewis Simon (tu), Johnny Smith (g), Doc Goldberg, George Yorke (b), Gene Krupa (d), unidentified (str)

951 Bolero, part 1
(Hampel)
unissued

Date: December 10, 1952
Location: New York City, NY
Label: Clef

Gene Krupa and his Orchestra
Stan Ferguson, Lenny Hambro, Al Howard, Stewart McKay, Nuncio ‘Toots’ Mondello, Ben Ross (sax), Bernie Glow, Gordon ‘Chris’ Griffin, Steve Lipkins, Charlie Shavers (t), Bobby Byrne, Chuck Evans, Jack Satterfield, Kai Winding (tb), Lewis Simon (tu), Johnny Smith (g), Doc Goldberg, George Yorke (b), Gene Krupa (d), unidentified (str)

951 Bolero, part 2
(Hampel)
unissued
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