Woody Herman & His Orchestra: 1956

Woody Herman & His Orchestra: 1956

by Woody Herman & His Orchestra

CD

Overview

Woody Herman's Third Herd was in its later years when it appeared at the Lagoon in Salt Lake City in July 1956. This two-CD set of previously unreleased material features the Herd performing live during a two-day period. At the time, the key soloists included trombonist Bill Harris (a veteran of the First and Second Herds); trumpeter Dick Collins; Richie Kamuca, Arno Marsha, and Bob Hardaway on tenors; pianist Vince Guaraldi; and vibraphonist Victor Feldman. Playing arrangements by Nat Pierce, Manny Albam, Ralph Burns, and Neal Hefti, this was a swinging (if greatly underrated and largely overlooked) edition of Herman's Orchestra. The 41 jazz-oriented selections included on this two-fer give one a generous sampling of the band's book and should be of great interest to Woody Herman collectors.

Product Details

Release Date: 06/13/2000
Label: Storyville Records
UPC: 0717101824724
catalogNumber: 8247

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Woody Herman & His Orchestra   Primary Artist,Track Performer
Victor Feldman   Conga,Vibes
Vince Guaraldi   Piano
Bill Harris   Trombone
Woody Herman   Clarinet,Alto Saxophone,Vocals
Richie Kamuca   Tenor Saxophone
Dick Collins   Trumpet
Bob Hardaway   Tenor Saxophone
Wayne Andre   Trombone
Monty Budwig   Bass
Jay Cameron   Baritone Saxophone
Burt Collins   Trumpet
John Coppola   Trumpet
Gus Gustafson   Drums
Bob Lamb   Trombone
Ray Biondi   Guitar
Bill Castagnino   Trumpet
Arno Marsh   Tenor Saxophone
Dud Harvey   Trumpet

Technical Credits

Lionel Hampton   Composer
Woody Herman   Composer
Nat Pierce   Arranger
Ralph Burns   Arranger,Composer
Neal Hefti   Arranger
Harold Arlen   Composer
Jerome Kern   Composer
Manny Albam   Arranger
Sonny Burke   Composer
John Coppola   Arranger
Mark Gardner   Liner Notes
Otto Harbach   Composer
Karl Emil Knudsen   Producer
Johnny Mercer   Composer
Ted Shapiro   Composer
Reginald Connelly   Composer
Lewis Llda   Composer

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