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Various - Battle Of The Saxes Tenor All Stars 1945 album


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Battle of the Saxes (subtitled Volume 1) is a live album by saxophonists Eric Kloss and Richie Cole recorded in 1976 and released on the Muse label. All compositions by Richie Cole except as indicated. Ebony Godfather" (Eric Kloss) – 9:52. Harold's House of Jazz" – 13:00. Richie Cole, Eric Kloss – alto saxophone. Mickey Tucker – electric piano. Rick Laird – bass, electric bass. Eddie Gladden – drums.

Battle Of The Saxes, Three Little Words, Louise - recorded May 24, 1944. Out You Go - recorded August 17, 1945. Teasin' - recorded December 11, 1946. Brother Jug's Sermon - Recorded 1948. Exactly Like You - recorded September 20, 1944. Lullabye Of The Leaves - recorded May 15, 1945. Easy To Love - recorded March 8, 1946. The Girl In My Dreams - recorded January 25, 1946.

CD - Aim Records 1010CD). This session is a real rarity, for it teams Sonny Stitt (mostly playing tenor) and altoist Richie Cole (along with pianist Jack Wilson, bassist Ed Gaston, and drummer Allan Turnbull) for the first and only time.

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A1 Coleman Hawkins & His Sax Ensemble* Battle Of The Saxes
Alto Saxophone – Tab SmithBaritone Saxophone – Harry CarneyBass – Al LucasDrums – Sid Catlett*Piano – Johnny GuarnieriTenor Saxophone – Coleman Hawkins, Don Byas
A2 Coleman Hawkins & His Sax Ensemble* Three Little Words
Alto Saxophone – Tab SmithBaritone Saxophone – Harry CarneyBass – Al LucasDrums – Sid Catlett*Piano – Johnny GuarnieriTenor Saxophone – Coleman Hawkins, Don Byas
A3 Coleman Hawkins & His Sax Ensemble* Louise
Alto Saxophone – Tab SmithBaritone Saxophone – Harry CarneyBass – Al LucasDrums – Sid Catlett*Piano – Johnny GuarnieriTenor Saxophone – Coleman Hawkins, Don Byas
A4 Charlie Ventura's Sextet* Out You Go
Bass – Al HallDrums – Specs PowellGuitar – Eddie YancePiano – Bill Rowland*Tenor Saxophone – Charlie VenturaTrumpet – Buck Clayton
A5 Gene Sedric & His Orchestra Teasin'
Bass – Danny SettleClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Gene SedricDrums – Slick JonesGuitar – Al CaseyPiano – Freddie Jefferson*Trumpet – Lincoln Mills
B1 Gene Ammons & His Orchestra* Brother Jug's Sermon
Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Ernest McDonaldBass – Leroy Jackson Drums – Wes LandersGuitar – Leo BlevinsPiano – Junior ManceTenor Saxophone – Gene AmmonsTrumpet – Jesse Miller
B2 Jonah Jones & His Orchestra* Exactly Like You
Alto Saxophone – Hilton JeffersonBass – Milt HintonDrums – J.C. HeardPiano – Buster HardingTenor Saxophone – Joe Thomas Trombone, Vibraphone – Tyree GlennTrumpet – Jonah Jones
B3 Corky Corcoran & His Orchestra Lullabye Of The Leaves
Alto Saxophone – Willie Smith Bass – Ed MihelichDrums – Nick FatoolGuitar – Allan ReussPiano – Dodo MarmarosaTenor Saxophone – Corky CorcoranTrumpet – Emmett Berry
B4 Babe Russin & His Orchestra Easy To Love
Bass – Jud DeNautDrums – Jackie MillsGuitar – Al HendricksonPiano – Tommy ToddTenor Saxophone – Babe Russin
B5 Ted Nash And His Orchestra The Girl In My Dreams
Bass – Trigger AlpertDrums – J.C. HeardPiano – Jeff Clarkson*Tenor Saxophone – Ted Nash Trumpet – Joe Thomas
B6 Pete Johnson & His Band* Ben Rides Out
Bass – Al HallClarinet – Albert NicholasDrums – J.C. HeardGuitar – Jimmy ShirleyPiano – Pete JohnsonTenor Saxophone – Ben Webster

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Springboard International Records, Inc.
  • Record Company – Trip Records

Notes

On the labels and rear cover: Springboard International Records, Inc., Linden, New Jersey 07035
There exist also a later version with 8295 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA address

Originally released as Emarcy MG-36023.

Battle Of The Saxes, Three Little Words, Louise - recorded May 24, 1944.
Out You Go - recorded August 17, 1945.
Teasin' - recorded December 11, 1946.

Brother Jug's Sermon - Recorded 1948.
Exactly Like You - recorded September 20, 1944.
Lullabye Of The Leaves - recorded May 15, 1945.
Easy To Love - recorded March 8, 1946.
The Girl In My Dreams - recorded January 25, 1946.
Ben Rides Out - recorded January 26, 1946.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MG 36023 Various Battle Of The Saxes, Tenor All Stars ‎(LP, Comp, Mono) EmArcy MG 36023 US 1956

Various - Battle Of The Saxes Tenor All Stars 1945 album
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Title: Battle Of The Saxes Tenor All Stars 1945
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