CTI Records
CTI on A&M: 1967-70

WAVE
Antonio Carlos Jobim
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: May 22, 23, 24 and June 15, 1967
Urbie Green, Jimmy Cleveland (tb); Joseph Singer (fhr); Ray Beckenstein, Romeo Penque, Jerome Richardson (f, pic); Antonio Carlos Jobim (p,g,harpsichord,vcl on h); Ron Carter (b); Claudio Slon (d); Dom Um Romao, Bobby Rosengarden (perc), Bernard Eichen, Lewis Eley, Paul Gershman, Emanuel Green, Louis Haber, Julius Held, Leo Kruczek, Harry Lookofsky, Joseph Malignaggi, Gene Orloff, Raoul Poliakin, Irving Spice, Louis Stone (vln); Abe Kessler, Charles McCracken, George Ricci, Harvey Shapiro (cello); Claus Ogerman (arr, cond).

a. Wave (A.C. Jobim) - 2:51
b. The Red Blouse (A.C. Jobim) - 5:03
c. Look To The Sky (A.C. Jobim) - 2:17
d. Batidinha (A.C. Jobim) - 3:13
e. Triste (A.C. Jobim) - 2:04
f. Mojave (A.C. Jobim) - 2:21
g. Dialogo (A.C. Jobim) - 2:50
h. Lamento (A.C. Jobim) - 2:42
i. Antigua (A.C. Jobim) - 3:07
j. Captain Bacardi (A.C. Jobim) - 4:29

Note: (1) Claudio Slon indicates he was the sole drummer in all the above sessions; other drummers listed on the sleeve of A&M SP-3002 played percussion instruments. (2) Initial pressings of A&M SP 3002 were issued with photographer Pete Turner’s "Giraffe" cover photograph correctly filtered in red. The photograph was filtered in green for unknown reasons on subsequent issues. (3) A&M SP 3002 (with red cover) was issued in April 2004 by Speakers Corner Records (Germany) as a 180 gram heavy vinyl audiophile LP.

Issues: a-j on A&M LP 2002, A&M SP 3002, A&M SP-9-3002, A&M CD 0812 [CD], Amadeo ST212020, A&M (E) AMLS 2002, A&M SAMX-340617, RTB (Yu) 2420198, A&M (Jap) AML-302, A&M (Jap) AMP-4012, A&M (Jap) LAX-3095, A&M (Jap) AMP-18003, A&M (Jap) C25Y-3805, A&M (Jap) 30XB-62 [CD], A&M (Jap) D32Y-3805 [CD], A&M (Jap) POCM-5016 [CD], A&M (Jap) POCM-5052 [CD], A&M (Jap) D22Y-3913 [CD], A&M (Jap) UCCV-3005 [CD], A&M (Jap) UCCV-9001 [CD], A&M (Jap) UCCU-5007 [CD], A&M (Jap) UCCU-9507 [CD], A&M (Jap) UCCU-9411 [CD], A&M (Jap) UCCU-9683 [CD], Universal (Jap) UCCU-6008 [CD]. a-j also on A&M (Arg) 5076/6076 titled OLA DE MAR. a-j also on A&M 261/262 titled TIDAL WAVE (see TIDE for additional titles from this release). 
Singles: a & h also on A&M 882 [45]. j & c also on A&M 978 [45].
Samplers: a also on A&M (E) AMLB 1003 titled JAZZ IN A PENTHOUSE, A&M CD 17767 [CD] titled A&M JAZZ SERIES: SAMPLER SPRING 1989, Verve 314 543 714-2 [CD] titled BOSSA NOVA - ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK, Verve 069 490 669-2 [CD] titled ANTONIO CARLOS JOBIM'S FINEST HOUR and Verve B0008270-02 [CD] titled STAN GETZ & ANTONIO CARLOS JOBIM: THEIR GREATEST HITS. a, b, c, h & i also on Verve (Ger) 06024 9843869 [CD] titled ANTONIO CARLOS JOBIM - ONE NOTE SAMBA (JAZZ CLUB). a & e also on A&M 94468 titled GENTLE RAIN and A&M/Pony Canyon (Jap) D30Y-3215 [CD] titled A&M/CTI: THE BEST COLLECTION VOL. 2. a, f & h also on Verve (It) 556 919-2 [CD] titled RETRATO DE UM GENIO. a & i also on A&M (E) AMLB-1007 titled BRAZILIAN CARNIVAL. c also on Dubas Musica (Br) 325912001692 8 [CD] titled BOSSA NOVA LOUNGE - LOOK TO THE SKY. e also on A&M SP-19002 titled FAMILY PORTRAIT, Motor (Ger) 565 382-2 [CD] titled A TRIP TO BRAZIL - 40 YEARS OF BOSSA NOVA and Dubas Musica (Br) 325912004742 7 [CD] titled BOSSA NOVA LOUNGE - DREAMER. h also on A&M SP-6-3000 titled AUDIO MASTER PLUS SERIES SAMPLER: VOL 1. i
also on Universal (Jap) POCE-3013 [CD] titled RESORT+MUSIC: PACIFIC ISLANDS. j also on Universal (Br) 04400182312 [CD] titled A ONDA QUE SE ERQUEU NO MAR and Verve (Ger) 06024 98374429 [CD] titled BAR JAZZ (VERVE JAZZ CLUB).
Producer: Creed Taylor
Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
Notes: Norman Gimbel, George Frazier IV
Jacket: Pete Turner (photography), Sam Antupit (design)


A DAY IN THE LIFE
Wes Montgomery
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: June 6, 1967

collective personnel inc. Ray Alonge (fhr) George Marge, Romeo Penque, Joe Soldo (b-fl) Phil Bodner (woodwinds) Stan Webb (b-fl, woodwinds) Herbie Hancock (p) Wes Montgomery (g) Ron Carter (b) Grady Tate (d) Ray Barretto, Jack Jennings, Joe Wohlez (perc); Julius Brand, Peter Buonconsiglio, Mac Ceppos, Lewis Eley, Harry Glickman, Harry Katzman, Leo Kruczek, Gene Orloff, Tosha Samaroff, Sylvan Shulman, Harry Urbont, Jack Zayde (vln) Harold Coletta, Emanuel Vardi (vla) Charles McCracken, Alan Shulman (cello) Margaret Ross (harp) Don Sebesky (arr,cond).

a. A Day In The Life (Lennon/McCartney) - 5:45
b. California Nights (Hamlisch/Liebling) - 2:29

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: June 7, 1967
same or similar.

c. (tk. 24) The Joker (Newley/Bricusse) - 3:26
d. (tk. 29) Eleanor Rigby (Lennon/McCartney) – 3:00
e. (tk. 35) When A Man Loves A Woman (Lewis/Wright) - 2:52
f. (tk. 41) Windy (Ruthamm Friedman) - 2:20
g. (tk.47) Watch What Happens (M. Legrand/N. Gimbel/Jacques Demy) - 2:43
h. (tk. 52) Never On Sunday
i. (tk. 58) Angel (Wes Montgomery) - 2:46

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: June 26, 1967
same or similar.

j. Trust In Me (Wever/Schwartz/Ager) - 4:25
k. Willow Weep For Me (Ann Ronnell) - 4:31

Issues: a-g & i-k on A&M LP-2001, A&M SP-3001, A&M SP-9-3001, A&M CD 0816 [CD], RTB (Yu) 2420228, A&M (Jap) AML-301, A&M (Jap) LAX-3091, A&M (Jap) AMP-7032, A&M (Jap) AMP-18001, A&M (Jap) 30XB-61 [CD], A&M (Jap) C25Y-3801, A&M (Jap) D32Y-3801 [CD], A&M (Jap) D22Y-3216 [CD], A&M (Jap) POCM-5001 [CD], A&M (Jap) POCM-5060 [CD], A&M (Jap) UCCU-5020 [CD], A&M (Jap) UCCU-9520 [CD], A&M (Jap) UCCU-9422 [CD], A&M (Jap) UCCV-9360 [CD], Universal (Jap) UCCU-6016 [CD]. a-g & i-k  BGO (E) BGOCD718 [CD] titled A DAY IN THE LIFE/DOWN HERE ON THE GROUND.
Singles: a also on A&M 865 [45]. a & f also on A&M 8532 [45]. c & j also on A&M 1187 [45]. f & g also on A&M 883 [45].
Samplers: a, c, d, e, f, g & i also on A&M (Jap) MAX 204 titled WES MONTGOMERY MAX 20. a, c & i also on Verve (Ger) 06024 9845996 [CD] titled WES MONTGOMERY (VERVE JAZZ CLUB) (aka BUMPIN' ON SUNSET). a, d, e & f also on A&M (E) AMLP 8004 titled THE FINAL YEARS and A&M SP-4247, A&M (E) AMLS 976 titled GREATEST HITS. b & f also on A&M VGM 0008. a, b, d, e & f also on A&M CD-2520 [CD] titled CLASSICS VOLUME 22 and A&M 31454 0519 2 [CD] titled GREATEST HITS. a & j also on A&M/Pony Canyon (Jap) D30Y-3214 [CD] titled A&M/CTI: THE BEST COLLECTION VOL. 1. a & g also on Verve 069 490 668-2 [CD] titled WES MONTGOMERY'S FINEST HOUR. b also on A&M SP-6-3000 titled AUDIO MASTER PLUS SERIES SAMPLER: VOL 1. d also on Boutique (Ger) 06007 5324578 [CD] titled BEATLES VS. STONES. d & e also on A&M (Jap) AMW 3-4 titled CTI DOUBLE DELUXE. e & f also on A&M/Pony Canyon (Jap) D30Y-3215 [CD] titled A&M/CTI: THE BEST COLLECTION VOL. 2 and Verve B001394202 [CD] WES MONTGOMERY: PLAYS THE HITS (GREAT SONGS/GREAT PERFORMANCES). f also on A&M SP-19002 titled FAMILY PORTRAIT.
Producer: Creed Taylor
Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
Notes: Johnny Magnus, George Frazier IV
Jacket: Pete Turner (photography), Sam Antupit (design)


CLASSICS VOLUME 22
(aka GREATEST HITS)
Wes Montgomery
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: June 7, 1967

Herbie Hancock (p); Wes Montgomery (g); Ron Carter (b); Grady Tate (d); Ray Barretto (perc).

a. (tk. 22) Switchin’ (aka Up And At It) (John L. (Wes) Montgomery) – 4:22

same, Ray Barretto out.

b. (tk. 33) Hello, Young Lovers (Richard Rodgers/Oscar Hammerstein II) – 2:18

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: December 21, 1967
Herbie Hancock (p); Wes Montgomery (g); Ron Carter (b); Grady Tate (d).

c. (tk.42) Pata Pata (Jerry Ragavoy/Miriam Makeba) – 6:32
d. (tk. 58) Butterfly (John L. (Wes) Montgomery) – 3:29

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: May 8, 1968
Herbie Hancock (p); Wes Montgomery (g); Richard Davis (b); prob. Ed Shaughnessy (d).

e. (tk. 39) My Favorite Things (Richard Rodgers/Oscar Hammerstein II) – 3:08

Note: For additional titles on this compilation, see A DAY IN THE LIFE, DOWN HERE ON THE GROUND and ROAD SONG.

Issues: a-e on A&M CD-2520 [CD] titled CLASSICS VOLUME 22 (issued 1987) and A&M 31454 0519 2 [CD] titled GREATEST HITS (issued 1996). 
Samplers: e also on A&M/Pony Canyon (Jap) D30Y-3214 [CD] titled A&M/CTI: THE BEST COLLECTION VOL. 1.
Producer: Creed Taylor
Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
Notes: Peter Keepnews
Jacket: Chuck Beeson, Rich Frankel (art direction).


GLORY OF LOVE
Herbie Mann
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: July 26, 1967
Herbie Mann (f); Hubert Laws (f,pic); Roy Glover (p,org,arr,cond); Eric Gale (g); Ron Carter (b); Grady Tate (d); Ray Barretto (perc).

a. (tk. 20) Oh, How I Want To Love You (Herbie Mann) - 5:30
b. (tk. 38) Unchain My Heart (F. James/A. Jones) - 3:12
c. (tk. 44) No Use Crying (Gaines/Kobere/Daniels) - 3:00
d. (tk. 50) House Of The Risin’ Sun (public domain) - 3:09
e. (tk. 53) Glory Of Love (Billy Hill) - 2:45
f. (tk. 55) Noodle Waddle

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: July 27, 1967
Herbie Mann (f,arr,cond) Roy Glover (p,org); Roland Hanna (org); Ron Carter (b); Grady Tate (d); Ray Barretto (perc).

g. (tk. 66) In And Out (Herbie Mann) - 4:33
h. (tk. 80) The Bobo
i. (tk. 85) Groovin'
j. (tk. 89) Joshua

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: September 19, 1967
Ernie Royal, Burt Collins (tp,flhrn); Benny Powell (tb); Joe Grimaldi (sax); Herbie Mann (f); Hubert Laws (f,pic); Paul Griffin (p); Eric Gale, Jay Berliner (g); Ron Carter (b); Herb Lovelle (d); Ted Sommer (vib,perc); Ray Barretto, Johnny Pacheco (perc); unknown (vcl); Herb Bernstein (arr,cond).

k. Upa, Neguinho (E. Lobo/G. Guarnieri) - 2:40
l. Land Of 1,000 Dances

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: September 20, 1967
same or similar.

m. Hold On, I’m Comin’ (Hayes/Porter) - 3:10
n. Love Potion # 9
o. Sonny Boy
p. Greenfields

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: October 6, 1967
Herbie Mann (f,arr,cond); Sunny (sic: Sonny) Sharrock (g); Earl May (b); Grady Tate (d); Roy Ayers (vib); Ray Barretto (perc).

q. The Letter (Wayne Carson) - 3:20
r. Love Is Stronger Far Than We (Barouh/Lai/Keller) - 3:07

Note: A&M LP-2003 & A&M SP-3003 indicate recording of "Hold On, I'm Comin" on October 6, 1967. Creed Taylor's session notes indicate the recording date as September 20, 1967 (as listed above).

Issues: a-e, g, k, m & q-r on A&M LP-2003, A&M SP-3003, A&M SP-9-3003, A&M CD-0827 [CD], A&M (E) AMLS 944, A&M (Jap) PCCY-10125 [CD], A&M (Jap) AML-303, A&M (Jap) LAX-3102, A&M (Jap) AMP-4010, A&M (Jap) AMP-18009, A&M (Jap) 30XB-59 [CD], A&M (Jap) C25Y-3817, A&M (Jap) D32Y-3817 [CD], A&M (Jap) POCM-5022 [CD]. a-e, g, k, m & q-r also on Hispavox (?) (Sp) [no.?] titled LA GLORIA DEL AMOR.
Singles:
e & b also on A&M 896 [45]. k & q also on A&M 923 [45]. b, c, d, e, k  m also on A&M SP-303 [EP].
Samplers: b also on A&M CD 17767 [CD] titled A&M JAZZ SERIES: SAMPLER SPRING 1989, Verve 525 559-2 [CD] titled THE SOUL OF JAZZ: VOLUME 4. b, d, m & q also on A&M (Jap) AMW 3-4 titled CTI DOUBLE DELUXE. d also on A&M SP-19002 titled FAMILY PORTRAIT. g also on A&M/Pony Canyon (Jap) D30Y-3214 [CD] titled A&M/CTI: THE BEST COLLECTION VOL. 1. k also on Verve 06007 5301170 [CD] titled JAZZ SAMBA. q also on A&M (E) AMLB 1003 titled JAZZ IN A PENTHOUSE. r also on A&M SP-6-3021 titled AUDIO MASTER PLUS SERIES SAMPLER: VOL. 2 and A&M/Pony Canyon (Jap) D30Y-3215 [CD] titled A&M/CTI: THE BEST COLLECTION VOL. 2
Producer: Creed Taylor
Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
Notes: Al Bennett
Jacket: Pete Turner (photography), Sam Antupit (design)


WE AND THE SEA
Tamba 4
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: September 5, 1967
José de Castiho e Souza (aka Bebeto) (f,vcl); Luiz Eça (p,org,vcl); Dorio Ferreira (b,vcl); Rubens Ohana (d,jawbone,cga,vcl).

a. Sao Salvador

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: September 6, 1967
same. 

b. And Nothing Else
c. We And The Sea (Nós e ou Mar) (Ronaldo Boscoli/Roberto Menescal) - 2:32

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: September 7, 1967
same.

d. The Dolphin (Luiz Eça) - 2:23 
e. Mas Que Nada (Jorge Ben)
f. Iemanjá (Baden Powell) - 4:33

same, without vocals.

g. Consolation (Consolação) (Baden Powell/Vinicius de Moraes) - 8:15

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: September 11, 12 and 14, 1967
José de Castiho e Souza (aka Bebeto) (f,b,vcl); Luiz Eça (p,vcl); Dorio Ferreira (cga,perc,vcl); Rubens Ohana (d,jawbone,cga,vcl).

h. Chant of Ossanha (Canto de Ossanha) (Baden Powell/Vinicius de Moraes) - 5:01

Luiz Eça (p); Dorio Ferreira (g); José de Castiho e Souza (aka Bebeto) (b); Rubens Ohana (d,jawbone,cga).

i. O Morro (The Hill) (Antonio Carlos Jobim/Vinicius de Moraes) - 7:39

José de Castiho e Souza (aka Bebeto) (f,vcl); Luiz Eça (p); Dorio Ferreira (b); Rubens Ohana (d,jawbone,cga).

j. Moça Flor (Flower Girl) (Luiz Fernando/Durval Ferreira) - 3:09
k. Image

Note: A&M SP 3004 was issued in 2002 by Speakers Corner Records (Germany) as a 180 gram heavy vinyl audiophile LP.

Issues: c, d  & f-j on A&M LP-2004, A&M SP-3004, A&M (Jap) AML-304, A&M (Jap) LAX-3099, A&M (Jap) AMP-4022, Warner Pioneer (Jap) AMP-18008, A&M (Jap) C25Y-3810, A&M (Jap) D32Y-3810 [CD], A&M (Jap) POCM-5025 [CD], A&M (Jap) POCM-5058 [CD], Universal (Jap) UCCU-9209 [CD]. 
Singles: c & f (as "I E Manj A") also on A&M 901 [45]. 
Samplers: c also on
A&M/Pony Canyon (Jap) D30Y-3215 [CD] titled A&M/CTI: THE BEST COLLECTION VOL. 2. d also on A&M SP-19002 titled FAMILY PORTRAIT, Verve 314 543 594-2 [CD] titled PASSPORT TO BRAZIL and Verve 06007 5301170 [CD] titled JAZZ SAMBA.
Producer:
Creed Taylor 
Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
Notes: Harvey Loomis
Jacket: Pete Turner (cover photography). Sam Antupit (design).


DOWN HERE ON THE GROUND
Wes Montgomery
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: December 20, 1967

collective personnel inc. Hubert Laws, George Marge, Romeo Penque (f,oboe); Herbie Hancock (p, prob. harpsichord); Wes Montgomery (g); Ron Carter (b); Grady Tate (d); Mike Mainieri (vib); Bobby Rosengarden, Ray Barretto (perc); Gene Orloff , Raoul Poliakin (vln); George Ricci (cello); Emmanuel Vardi (viola); Don Sebesky (arr,cond).

a. (tk. 10) I Say A Little Prayer For You (David/Bachrach) – 3:10
b. (tk. 15) prob. Goin’ On To Detroit (aka Original #1) (Wes Montgomery) – 3:30

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: December 21, 1967
same or similar.

c. (tk. 32) prob. Up And At It (aka Original #2) (Wes Montgomery) – 4:10

same or similar, except Eumir Deodato (arr,cond)

d. (tk. 39) Know It All (Quem Diz Que Sabe) (Donato/Valle) – 2:55
e. (tk. 46) Down Here On The Ground (Schifrin/Garnet)

same or similar, except Don Sebesky (arr).

f. (tk. 49) The Fox (Lalo Schifrin) – 2:55
g. (tk. 53) Hearts Beat

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: January 22, 1968
same or similar.

h. (tk. 84) The Other Man’s Grass Is Always Greener (Hatch/Trent)
i. (tk. 86) Georgia On My Mind (Carmichael/Gorrell) – 2:42
j. (tk. 93) Wind Song (Webster/Pisano/Ceroli/Alpert) – 2:18
k. (tk. 110) Down Here On The Ground (Schifrin/Garnet)

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: January 26, 1968
same or similar.

l. When I Look In Your Eyes (L. Bricusse) – 3:03
m. The Other Man’s Grass Is Always Greener (Hatch/Trent)
n. Original #1 (Wes Montgomery)

Note: (1) Initial pressings of A&M SP-3006 listed the title as indicated above on the cover, while listing GOIN’ ON TO DETROIT as the title on the spine. (2) A&M SP 3006 was issued in 2002 by Speakers Corner Records (Germany) as a 180 gram heavy vinyl audiophile LP.

Issues: a-d, e (or k), f, h (or m) & i, j & l on A&M SP-3006, A&M SP-9-3006, A&M CD 0802 [CD], Verve B0012700-02 [CD], Verve (Eu) 0602517995734 [CD], A&M (Jap) AML-305, A&M (Jap) AML-352, A&M (Jap) LAX-3092, A&M (Jap) AMP-18002, A&M (Jap) C25Y-3802, A&M (Jap) D32Y-3802 [CD], A&M (Jap) D22Y-3901 [CD], A&M (Jap) POCM-5002 [CD], A&M (Jap) POCM-5061 [CD], A&M (Jap) UCCV-9361 [CD]. a-d, e (or k), f, h (or m) & i, j & l also on BGO (E) BGOCD718 [CD] titled A DAY IN THE LIFE/DOWN HERE ON THE GROUND.
Singles: i & a also on A&M 940 [45]. i & j also on A&M 8533 [45]. j & b also on A&M 916 [45]. 
Samplers: a, b, i, j, l & m also on A&M (Jap) MAX 204 titled WES MONTGOMERY MAX 20. a, e (or k) & i also on A&M (E) AMLP 8004 titled THE FINAL YEARS and A&M SP-4247, A&M (E) AMLS 976 titled GREATEST HITS. a, d, e (or k), i & j also on A&M CD-2520 [CD] titled CLASSICS VOLUME 22 and A&M 31454 0519 2 [CD] titled GREATEST HITS. c & e (or k) also on Verve 069 490 668-2 [CD] titled WES MONTGOMERY'S FINEST HOUR. c & h also on Verve (Ger) 06024 9845996 [CD] titled WES MONTGOMERY (VERVE JAZZ CLUB) (aka BUMPIN' ON SUNSET). d also on A&M/Pony Canyon (Jap) D30Y-3215 [CD] titled A&M/CTI: THE BEST COLLECTION VOL. 2 and Motor (Ger) 565 382-2 [CD] titled A TRIP TO BRAZIL - 40 YEARS OF BOSSA NOVA. i also on A&M/Pony Canyon (Jap) D30Y-3214 [CD] titled A&M/CTI: THE BEST COLLECTION VOL. 1. j also on A&M SP-6-3000 titled AUDIO MASTER PLUS SERIES SAMPLER: VOL 1
Producer: Creed Taylor
Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
Notes: Ira Gitler
Jacket: Pete Turner (photography), Sam Antupit (design)


HAVE YOU MET MISS JONES?
Artie Butler
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: January 4, 1968

unknown.

a. (tk. 4) Now Hear Dis

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: January 8, 1968
Morton Bullman, Thomas Mitchell, Benny Powell (tb); Jerome Richardson (f,pic); Artie Butler (p,ondioline,arr,cond); Herbie Hancock (p); Vinnie Bell, Charles Macey, Sal Di Troia (g); Ron Carter (b); Gary Chester (d); George Devens, Richie Ritz (perc); Arthus Bogin, Peter Dimitriades, Joseph Haber, Louis Haber, Harry Lookofsky, Matthew Raimondi, David Sackson, Irving Spice, Louis Stone (vln); Murray Sandry, Bernard Zaslav (viola); Seymour Barab (cello) Corky Hale (harp).

b. (tk. 4) The Loop (Max Hardy aka Artie Butler) – 2:00
c. Music For Night People (A. Moorehouse/G. Rees) – 2:33

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: January 9, 1968
unknown.

d. (tk. 26) Max's Song
e. (tk. 27) Waltz For J & M

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: January 15, 1968
Burt Collins (tp,flhrn); Eddie Bert, Mickey Gravine, Chauncey Welsch (tb); Romeo Penque (ss,f); Artie Butler (p,ondioline,arr,cond); Herbie Hancock (p); Vinnie Bell, Sal Di Troia (g); Ron Carter (b); Gary Chester (d); George Devens, Richie Ritz (perc); Arthus Bogin, Julius Brand, Joseph Haber, Louis Haber, Harold Kohon, Leo Kruczek, Archie Levin, David Sackson, Louis Stone, Paul Winter (vln); Murray Sandry (viola); Seymour Barab (cello).

f. (tk. 32) Moonlight Cocktails
g. (tk. 35) Camelot (Lerner/Lowe) – 2:40
h. Something Stupid

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: January 17, 1968
Burt Collins (tp,flhrn); Eddie Bert, Mickey Gravine, Chauncey Welsch (tb); Romeo Penque (ss,f); Jerome Richardson (f,pic); Artie Butler (p,ondioline,arr,cond); Herbie Hancock (p); Vinnie Bell, Sal Di Troia (g); Ron Carter (b); Gary Chester (d); George Devens, Richie Ritz (perc); Julius Brand, Mac Ceppos, Peter Dimitriades, Joseph Haber, Louis Haber, Marvin Morganstern, David Sackson, Irving Spice, Louis Stone (vln); Murray Sandry, Bernard Zaslav (viola); Seymour Barab (cello).

i. (tk. 68) The Whiffenpoof Song (T. Galloway/M. Minnigerode/G. Pomeroy) – 3:15
j. (tk. 75) Something Stupid (Parks C. Carson) – 3:45
k. (tk. 90) When I’m 64 (Lennon/McCartney) – 3:00
l. (tk. 98) A Trumpeter’s Lullaby (Leroy Anderson) – 3:00
m. (tk. 111) April Showers (DeSylva/Silvers) – 2:20
n. (tk. 119) In The Heat Of The Night (Quincy Jones) – 3:10

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: January 20, 1968
unknown.

o. Have You Met Miss Jones

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: February 28, 1968
Burt Collins (tp,flhrn); Eddie Bert, Mickey Gravine, Chauncey Welsch (tb); Romeo Penque (ss,f); Artie Butler (p,ondioline,arr,cond); Herbie Hancock (p); Vinnie Bell, Sal Di Troia (g); Ron Carter (b); Gary Chester (d); David Carey (vib); Richie Ritz (perc).

p. Have You Met Miss Jones (Rodgers/Hart) – 3:25
q. Max’s Brazilian What (Max Hardy aka Artie Butler) – 2:30

Issues: b, c, g, i-n & p-q on A&M SP-3007, A&M (Aus) SAML-932,958, A&M (Jap) AML-307, A&M (Jap) AMP-18010. 
Singles: q & j also on A&M 941 [45].
Samplers: n also on A&M (Jap) AMW 3-4 titled CTI DOUBLE DELUXE.
Producer: Creed Taylor
Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
Notes: Joel Vance
Jacket: Pete Turner (photography), Sam Antupit (design)


ISRAEL
K.&.J.J.
prob. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: February 19, 1968
J.J. Johnson (tb,arr,cond); Kai Winding (tb); Herbie Hancock (p); Eric Gale (g); Ron Carter (b); Grady Tate (d).

a. (tk. 11) Saturday Night Is The Loneliest Night Of The Week (Jules Styne/Sammy Cahn) – 2:55

J.J. Johnson (tb); Kai Winding (tb,arr,cond); Eric Gale (g); Ron Carter (b); Grady Tate (d).

b. (tk. 21) Never My Love (D. & D. Addrisi) – 3:00

same or similar.

c. (tk. 33) Talk To The Animals

prob. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: March 4, 1968
J.J. Johnson (tb,arr,cond); Kai Winding (tb); Herbie Hancock (p); Eric Gale (g); Ron Carter (b); Grady Tate (d).

d. (tk. 73) Shanty
e. (tk. 79) Israel (John Carisi) – 5:20
f. (tk. 84) Tumbling Tumbleweeds

prob. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: March 12, 1968
J.J. Johnson (tb,arr,cond); Kai Winding (tb); Charles Libove, David Nadien (vln); Al Brown (viola); George Ricci (cello).

g. (tk. 91) St. James Infirmary (Joe Primrose) – 4:00

same or similar.

h. Sting A Ling

J.J. Johnson, Kai Winding (tb); Charles Libove, David Nadien (vln); Al Brown (viola); George Ricci (cello); Don Sebesky (arr,cond).

i. Catherine’s Theme (Francis Lai) – 5:10

prob. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: April 16, 1968
J.J. Johnson, Kai Winding (tb); Phil Bodner, George Marge, Romeo Penque (f,oboe,cl); Walter Kane, Frank Schwartz (bassoon); Bucky Pizarelli (g); Ross Tompkins (p,harpsichord); Richard Davis (b); Grady Tate (d); Lewis Eley, Leo Kruczek, Eugene Orloff, Tosha Samaroff (vln); Al Brown (viola); George Ricci (cello); Eugene Bianco (harp); Don Sebesky (arr,cond).

j. (tk. 189) Try To Remember (Tom Jones/Harvey Schmidt) – 4:05
k. (tk. 193)  Am I Blue/Sonnyboy (Akst/Clarke-DeSylva/Brown/Henderson/Jolson) – 4:30
l. (tk. 195) My Funny Valentine (Rodgers/Hart) – 4:20
m. Django (John Lewis) – 4:45

Note: "Try To Remember" in Creed Taylor's production notes as "Try A Little Tenderness."

Issues: a, b, e, g & i-m on A&M SP-3008, A&M SP-9-3008, RTB (Yu) 2420254, A&M (Jap) AML-309, A&M (Jap) AML-361, A&M (Jap) AMP-18018, A&M (Jap) LAX-3097, A&M (Jap) C25Y-3818, A&M (Jap) D32Y-3818 [CD], A&M (Jap) POCM-5023 [CD]. 
Singles: b & a also on A&M 972 [45].
Samplers: a & e also on A&M/Pony Canyon (Jap) D30Y-3214 [CD] titled A&M/CTI: THE BEST COLLECTION VOL. 1. b & j also on A&M (Jap) AMW 3-4 titled CTI DOUBLE DELUXE. e also on A&M SP-6-3000 titled AUDIO MASTER PLUS SERIES SAMPLER: VOL 1
Producer: Creed Taylor
Engineer: prob. Rudy Van Gelder
Notes: Ira Gitler
Jacket: Pete Turner (photography), Sam Antupit (design)


TRUST IN ME
Soul Flutes
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: February 21, 1968

Joel Kaye, Romeo Penque, Stan Webb (f); Paul Griffin (org); Bucky Pizzarelli (g); Ron Carter (b); Grady Tate (d); Henry Watts (vib,marimba); Don Sebesky (arr,cond).

a. (tk. 3) Bachianas Brasileiras #5 (Villa-Lobos) – 4:15
b. (tk. 14) Trust In Me (Richard Sherman/Robert Sherman)– 3:45

"The Fluteman" (Herbie Mann or Hubert Laws), Romeo Penque, Stan Webb (f); Paul Griffin (org); Eric Gale (g); Ron Carter (b); Grady Tate (d); Henry Waits (vib,marimba); Don Sebesky (arr,cond).

c. (tk. 37) In The Wee Small Hours (J. Elliott/I. James) – 3:05
d. (tk. 38) Try A Little Tenderness (Campbell/Connelly/Woods) – 3:05
e. (tk. 40) Cigarettes & Coffee (Thomas/Butler/Walker) – 3:00
f. (tk. 49) Story Of A Starry Night

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: February 22, 1968
same or similar.

g. (tk. 58) Come On A My House

"The Fluteman" (Herbie Mann or Hubert Laws), George Marge, Romeo Penque (f); Herbie Hancock (p,org,harpsichord); Eric Gale (g); Ron Carter (b); Grady Tate (d); Henry Watts (vib,marimba); Don Sebesky (arr,cond).

h. (tk. 63) Early Autumn (R. Burns/W. Herman/J. Mercer) – 3:55

same or similar.

i. (tk. 72) Soul Machine

same.

j. (tk. 78) Buckaroo (Bob Morris) – 2:30

same, Don Sebesky, Paul Mann (arr).

k. (tk. 79) Day-O – 2:15

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: March 13, 1968
George Marge, Romeo Penque (f); Herbie Hancock (finger p); Eric Gale (finger p,g); Ron Carter (b); Grady Tate (d); Ray Barretto (perc); Don Sebesky (arr,cond).

l. Pu Po (Paul Mann) - 3:15
m. Mr. Tambourine Man 

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: March 18, 1968
Joel Kaye, George Marge, Romeo Penque, Stan Webb (f); Bucky Pizzarelli (g); Don Sebesky (arr,cond).

n. Scarborough Fair (Paul Simon/Art Garfunkel) – 2:43

Note: The identity of "The Fluteman" remains in question. While Herbie Mann has confirmed to researcher Dan Skea that he appears on this record, producer Creed Taylor has also informed this researcher that Hubert Laws is the mysterious flautist. Given the aural evidence, it is possible that both appear under this title.

Issues: a-e, h, j-l & n on A&M SP-3009, A&M (E) AMLB 1015, A&M (It) SLAM 47033, A&M (Jap) AML-306, A&M (Jap) AML-363, A&M (Jap) LAX-3103, A&M (Jap) AMP-18017. 
Singles: j & d also on A&M 952 [45]. k & n also on A&M 999 [45].
Samplers: a also on Boutique (Ger) 069 710-2 [CD] titled A TRIP TO BRAZIL VOL. 3: BACK TO BOSSA. d & n also on A&M (Jap) AMW 3-4 titled CTI DOUBLE DELUXE. e also on Verve (Ger) 06007 5307723 [CD] titled SMOKY JAZZ (JAZZ CLUB).
Producer: Creed Taylor
Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
Notes: Ira Gitler
Jacket: Pete Turner (photography), Sam Antupit (design).


SOUL MACHINE
Richard Barbary
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: March 13, 1968
Harold Johnson, Joe Newman (tp,flhrn); Mel Lastie (cnt); Garnett Brown (tb); Arthur Clark, Seldon Powell (sax); Paul Griffin (p,org); Eric Gale, Hugh McCracken (g); Chuck Rainey (b); Herb Lovelle, Art Kaplan, Bernard Purdie (d,perc); Richard Barbary (vcl); Jimmy Wisner (rhythm arr); Horace Ott (orchestra arr).

a. Call On Me (Deadric Malone) – 2:35
b. I Know Love (H. Thomas/R. Barbary) – 3:15
c. Walk Like A Man
d. Incense And Peppermint

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: March 19, 1968
Harold Johnson, Joe Newman (tp); Mel Lastie (cnt); Garnett Brown (tb); Arthur Clark, Seldon Powell (sax); Eric Gale, Hugh McCracken (g); Paul Griffin (p); Ernie Hayes (org); Chuck Rainey (b); Herb Lovelle, Art Kaplan, Bernard Purdie (d,perc); Richard Barbary (vcl); Winston Collymore, Peter Dimitriades, Richard Elias, Felix Giglio, Jesse James Tyron (vln); Julien Barber, Al Brown (viola); Sidney Edwards (cello); Jimmy Wisner (rhythm arr); Horace Ott (orchestra arr).

e. Along Comes Mary
f. There Was Never, Ever, Anyone But You (D. Parrish/B. Stanley) – 2:35
g. Poor Side Of Town (Johnny Rivers) – 3:20
h. Granny Was Her Name

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: May 14, 1968
Dom Gravine (tb); John Bello, Irvin Markowitz (flhrn); Hank Freeman (sax); Hank Freeman, Joe Grimm (f); George Butcher (p,org); Sal DiTroia, Eric Gale (g); Chuck Rainey (b); Gary Chester, George Devens, Bernard Purdie (d,perc); Richard Barbary (vcl); Artie Butler (arr,cond). 

i. Teach Me (Willing To Learn) (H. Thomas/E. Kuntz) – 2:30

same or similar, add unknown background female vcl choir.

j. What’s Your Name? (Claude Johnson) – 2:15

same or similar, female vcl choir out.

k. Nature Boy (Eden Ahbez) – 2:15

same or similar, add unknown background female vcl choir.

l. Like You, Babe (Harold Thomas) – 2:15
m. Please Stay (Bacharach/Hilliard) – 2:50

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: June 12, 1968
Alan Raph (tb); Marvin Stamm (tp); Irvin Markowitz (flhrn); Joe Grimm, Romeo Penque (sax); George Butcher (p,org); Sal DiTroia, Eric Gale (g); Chuck Rainey (b); George Devens, Bernard Purdie, Richie Ritz (d,perc); Artie Butler (arr,cond).

n. Let The Music Play (Bacharach/David) – 3:40
o. Nothin’ In This World (H. Thomas/R. Barbary) – 2:50

Issues: a-b, f, g & i-o on A&M SP-3010, A&M (Jap) AML-311. 
Singles: a & l also on A&M 1019 [45]. i & j also on A&M 947 [45]. j & k also on A&M 953 [45]. 
Producer: Creed Taylor
Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
Notes: Ted Williams
Jacket: Pete Turner (photography), Sam Antupit (design).


YOU, BABY
Nat Adderley
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: March 26, 1968

Nat Adderley (cnt,el-cnt); Jerome Richardson (ss,f); Harvey Estrin, Romeo Penque, Joe Soldo (f); George Marge (f,oboe); Joe Zawinul (el-p); Ron Carter (b); Grady Tate (d); Al Brown, Selwart Clarke, Bernard Zaslav (viola); Charles McCracken, George Ricci, Alan Shulman (cello); Bill Fischer (arr,cond).

a. (tk. 1) My Son (Caiphus Semenya) – 4:27
b. (tk. 7) Early Chanson (aka Joe's Blues #1) (Joe Zawinul) – 2:22

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: March 27, 1968
same or similar.

c. (tk. 10) Hang On In (Eric Knight) – 3:27
d. (tk. 15/16) Don't You Know (Nat Adderley)
e. (tk. 18) Early Minor (aka Joe's Untitled #2) (Joe Zawinul) – 3:42
f. (tk. 19) Electric Eel (Nat Adderley) – 4:55

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: March 28, 1968
same or similar.

g. (tk. 21) By The Time I Get To Phoenix (Jim Webb) – 3:17
h. (tk. 27) Denise (Wilson j. Turbinton/Earl J. Turbinton) – 3:55
i. (tk. 34) New Orleans (Nat Adderley) – 4:19
j. (tk. 35) Halftime (Nat Adderley/Julian Adderley) – 2:36

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: April 4, 1968
same or similar.

k. (tk. 48) You, Baby (Ivy Hunter/Jack Goga/Jeffrey Bowen) – 2:45
l. Amsterdam

Issues: a-c & e-l on A&M SP-3005, A&M SP-9-3005, A&M (Ger) 212045, RTB (Yu) 2420260, A&M (Jap) AML-308, A&M (Jap) AMP-18019, A&M (Jap) LAX-3110, A&M C25Y-3808, A&M (Jap) D32Y-3808 [CD], A&M (Jap) POCM-5020 [CD]. 
Singles: k & f also on A&M 971 [45].
Samplers: g also on A&M (Jap) AMW 3-4 titled CTI DOUBLE DELUXE. i also on A&M SP-6-3000 titled AUDIO MASTER PLUS SERIES SAMPLER: VOL 1. h also on A&M/Pony Canyon (Jap) D30Y-3215 [CD] titled A&M/CTI: THE BEST COLLECTION VOL. 2. j also on A&M/Pony Canyon (Jap) D30Y-3214 [CD] titled A&M/CTI: THE BEST COLLECTION VOL. 1.
Producer: Creed Taylor
Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
Notes: Ira Gitler, William Samuel Fischer
Jacket: Pete Turner (photography), Sam Antupit (design)


ROAD SONG
Wes Montgomery
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: May 7, 1968
Marvin Stamm (tp); Harvey Estrin (f,recorder); Don Hammond (f,oboe,recorder); Don Ashworth (oboe,recorder); Bernard Krainis (recorder); Walter Kane (bassoon); Herbie Hancock (p, poss. el-p); Hank Jones (p,harpsichord); Wes Montgomery (g); Richard Davis (b); Ed Shaughnessy, Grady Tate (d); Bernard Eichen, Charles Libove (vln); Emanuel Vardi (viola); George Ricci (cello); Don Sebesky (arr).

a. (tk. 4) Yesterday (Lennon/McCartney) – 3:25
b. (tk. 11-12) Scarborough Fair (Simon & Garfunkel) – 4:50
c. (tk. 27/29) I’ll Be Back (Lennon/McCartney) – 2:30
d. (tk. 32) Fly Me To The Moon (Bart Howard) – 3:50

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: May 8, 1968
Bernie Glow, Marvin Stamm (tp); Wayne Andre, Paul Faulise (tb); James Buffington (frhrn); Harvey Estrin, Don Hammond (f, recorder); George Marge (f); Stan Webb (cl,oboe,recorder); Don Ashworth, Shelley Grushkin, Bernard Krainis, Eric Leber, Morris Newman (recorder); Walter Kane, Morris Newman (bassoon); Herbie Hancock (p, prob. el-p); Sivert Johnson (harpsichord); Wes Montgomery (g); Richard Davis (b); Ed Shaughnessy (d); Ray Barretto, Jack Jennings (perc); Bernard Eichen, Charles Libove, Marvin Morgenstern, Tosha Samaroff (vln); Emanuel Vardi (viola); Charles McCracken, George Ricci, Alan Shulman (cello); Don Sebesky (arr).

e. (tk. 43) Where Have All The Flowers Gone? (Pete Seeger) – 3:00
f. (tk. 53) Green Leaves Of Summer (Tiomkin/Webster) – 4:00
g. (tk. 67) Greensleeves – 2:02
h. (tk. 68) Road Song (aka OGD) (Wes Montgomery) – 3:50

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: May 9, 1968
Marvin Stamm (tp); Don Ashworth (eng-hrn,f,cl); George Marge, Stan Webb (f,oboe,cl); Eric Leber (recorder,harpsichord); Morris Newman (recorder,bassoon); Wes Montgomery (g); Bernard Eichen, Charles Libove (vln); Emanuel Vardi (viola); George Ricci (cello); Don Sebesky (arr).

i. Serene (Wes Montgomery) – 3:05

Issues: a-i on A&M SP-3012, A&M SP-9-3012, A&M CD 0802 [CD], A&M (E) AMLS 927, A&M (Jap) AML-312, A&M LAX-3101, A&M (Jap) AMP-18011, A&M (Jap) C25Y-3811, A&M (Jap) D32Y-3811 [CD], A&M (Jap) D22Y-3901 [CD], A&M (Jap) POCM-5003 [CD], A&M (Jap) POCM-5062 [CD], A&M (Jap) UCCU-5167 [CD], A&M (Jap) UCCU-9617 [CD], Universal (Jap) UCCU-6105 [CD]. 
Singles: e & d also on A&M 1008 [45].
Samplers: a also on Verve B001394202 [CD] titled WES MONTGOMERY: PLAYS THE HITS (GREAT SONGS/GREAT PERFORMANCES). a, c, d, e, f, g & h also on A&M (Jap) MAX 204 titled WES MONTGOMERY MAX 20. a & e also on A&M (Jap) AMW 3-4 titled CTI DOUBLE DELUXE. a, b & h also on A&M SP-4247, A&M (E) AMLS 976 titled GREATEST HITS. a, b, d, e & h also on A&M CD-2520 [CD] titled CLASSICS VOLUME 22 and A&M 31454 0519 2 [CD] titled GREATEST HITS. a, b, e, f & h also on A&M (E) AMLP 8004 titled THE FINAL YEARS. d also on A&M (E) AMLB 1003 titled JAZZ IN A PENTHOUSE and A&M/Pony Canyon (Jap) D30Y-3215 [CD] titled A&M/CTI: THE BEST COLLECTION VOL. 2. h also on A&M SP-6-3021 titled AUDIO MASTER PLUS SERIES SAMPLER: VOL. 2, A&M CD 17767 [CD] titled A&M JAZZ SERIES: SAMPLER SPRING 1989 and Verve 069 490 668-2 [CD] titled WES MONTGOMERY'S FINEST HOUR
Producer: Creed Taylor
Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
Notes: Ira Gitler
Jacket: Pete Turner (photography), Sam Antupit (design).


I’LL BE ANYTHING FOR YOU
Tamiko Jones
prob. Sam Phillips Recording Studio; Memphis Tennessee: June 3, 1968
prob. Tamiko Jones (vcl) acc by Ray Copeland, Harold Johnson, Mel Lastie, Irvin Markowitz, Marvin Stamm (tp); Ben Powell, Alan Raph (tb); Joe Grimm, Howard Johnson, Romeo Penque, Seldon Powell, Jerome Richardson (sax); Bobby Emmons, Bobby Wood (p,org); Reggie Young, Mike Leech, Tom Cogbill (g); Ben Blumenreich, Lewis Eley, Joseph Haber, Louis Haber, Harry Lookofsky, Joseph Singer, Irving Spice, Louis Stone (vln); Seymour Berman, Selwart Clarke, David Sackson, Murray Sandry (viola); Seymour Barab, Alan Shulman (cello); Gene Chrisman (d); Soloman Burke, Artie Butler (arr); Teacho Wilshire (string arr on d).

a. Ya Ya (Lewis/Dorey/Levy) - 2:10

Sam Phillips Recording Studio; Memphis Tennessee: June 4, 1968
same or similar.

b. Where Are They Now? (Brad Craich/Py Whitney) - 2:45
c. Black Is Black
d. Suddenly
e. I’ll Be Anything For You (Bobby Hebb) - 2:45
f. There's Got To Be A Better Way
g. Goodnight, My Love (Mottola/Marascalco) - 2:35

unknown location: June 12, 1968

h. Goodnight My Love/Ya Ya

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: August 15, 1968
Tamiko Jones (vcl) acc by Ray Copeland, Harold Johnson, Mel Lastie (tp); Ben Powell (tb); Howard Johnson, Seldon Powell, Jerome Richardson (sax); Richard Tee (p,org); Bill Fontaine, Carl Lynch (g); Paul Gershman, Charles Libove (vln); Emanuel Vardi (viola); George Ricci (cello); Chuck Rainey (b); Herb Lovelle (d); Warren Smith (perc); Solomon Burke (vcl on f); Teacho Wiltshire (arr,cond).

i. (tk. 4) Black Is Black (Hayes/Wadey/Grainger) - 2:55
j. (tk. 8) Try It Baby (Berry Gordy, Jr.) - 3:15
k. (tk. 9) (Instrumental)
l. Suddenly (Solomon Burke) - 2:40
m. I'll Be Anything For You

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: August 29, 1968
Tamiko Jones (vcl) acc by Richard Tee (p,org); Carl Lynch, David Spinozza (g); Ben Blumenreich, Lewis Eley, Joseph Haber, Louis Haber, Harry Lookofsky, Joseph Singer, Irving Spice, Louis Stone (vln); Seymour Berman, Selwart Clarke, David Sackson, Murray Sandry (viola); Seymour Barab, Alan Shulman (cello); Chuck Rainey (b); Bernard Purdie (d); Warren Smith (perc); Teacho Wiltshire (arr,cond).

n. (tk. 26) One Part - Two Part
o. (tk. 27) This Time Tomorrow (Dee Ervin/Ylonna Watkins) - 2:40
p. (tk. 32) Cottage For Sale (W. Robinson/L. Conley) - 2:45
q. (tk. 36) The Look Of Love
r. (tk. 40) Peace Of Mind (Nick Woods) - 2:50

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: September 17, 1968
Tamiko Jones (vcl); acc by Richard Tee (p,org); Eric Gale, Carl Lynch (g); Paul Gershman, Charles Libove (vln); Emanuel Vardi (viola); George Ricci (cello); Chuck Rainey (b); Bernard Purdie (d); Horace Ott (arr,cond); Don Sebesky (string arr).

s. Please Return Your Love To Me (Whitfield/Strong/Neely) - 2:00
t. I’ve Got My Eyes On You (Les Reed/Jackie Rae) - 2:40

Note: A&M SP-3011 indicates "Ya Ya" recorded June 4, 1968. Creed Taylor's recording logs indicate recording date as probably June 3, 1968, with an alternative version also recorded June 12, 1958

Issues: a, b, e, g, i, j, l, o, p, r, s & t on A&M SP-3011. 
Singles: a & g also on A&M 956 [45]. g & s also on A&M 1016 [45]. r & o also on A&M 987 [45] (unissued). 

Producer:
Creed Taylor
Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
Notes: Peter J. Levinson
Jacket: Pete Turner (photography), Sam Antupit (design).


SAMBA BLIM
Tamba 4
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: August 7, 1968

Bebeto (f,vcl); Luiz Eça (p,vcl); Dorio (b,vcl); Ohana (d,conga,afuche,vcl).

a. (tk. 2) Slick (Alpert/Pisano) – 3:05
b. (tk. 9) San Salvador (D. Ferreira/Aglae) – 2:25
c. (tk. 16) Got To Get You Into My Life (J. Lennon/P. McCartney)
d. (tk. 26) Pregão (S. Rivardo/C. Diegues) – 3:10

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: August 8, 1968
Bebeto (f,vcl); Luiz Eça (p,vcl); Dorio (b,vcl); Ohana (d,conga,afuche,vcl).

e. (tk. 31) Reza (Edu Lobo/Ruy Guerra/N. Gimbel) – 2:25
f. (tk. 55) Know It All (Joao Donato/Sergio Paulo Valle) – 2:40
g. (tk. 67) Samba Blim (Orlan Divo/Helton Menezes) – 2:35

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: August 13, 1968
Bebeto (f); Luiz Eça (p,arr); Dorio (b); Ohana (d,conga,afuche); Emanuel Green, David Nadien, Matthew Raimondi, Tosha Samaroff, Gino Louis Sambuco, Julius Schacter, Jack Zayde, Joseph Zwilich (vln); Alfred Brown, Harold Coletta, David Mankovitz, Emanuel Vardi (viola); Charles McCracken, George Ricci (cello).

h. (tk. 73) Watch What Happens (M. Legrand/N. Gimbel) – 3:20
i. (tk. 78) Tristeza De Nos Dois (D. Ferreira/Bebeto/M. Einhorn/Gibert) – 2:42
j. (tk. 86) Quietly (Ohana/Dorio/Luiz Eça) – 2:07

Bebeto (f,vcl); Luiz Eça (p,vcl); Dorio (b,vcl); Ohana (d,conga,afuche,vcl).

k. (tk. 94) Weekend (Luiz Eça) – 1:55
l. (tk. 101) Baiano (A. Luz) – 2:45
m. Palladium (Orlan Divo/Ed Lincoln) – 2:00

Issues: a-b & d-m on A&M SP-3013, a&M (E) AMLS 952, A&M (Eu) 212059, A&M (Jap) POCM-5054 [CD], A&M (Jap) UCCV-9003 [CD], A&M (Jap) UCCV-3020 [CD], Universal (Jap) UCCU-9216 [CD]. 
Singles: g & h also on A&M 1021 [45]. 
Samplers: a & h also on A&M (E) AMLB-1007 titled BRAZILIAN CARNIVAL. b & k
also on Universal (Jap) POCE-3012 [CD] titled RESORT+MUSIC: MEDITERRANEAN SEA. e also on A&M 94468 titled GENTLE RAIN. f also on Dubas Musica (Br) 325912001692 8 [CD] titled BOSSA NOVA LOUNGE - LOOK TO THE SKY. g also on Motor (Ger) 516 798-1, Motor (Ger) 516 797-2 [CD] titled MOJO CLUB PRESENTS DANCEFLOOR JAZZ VOL. III: WORK TO DO and Hitland (It) 3073172LP, Hitland (It) 3073172CD [CD] titled MONDO BOSSA O' QUATRO and Soul Jazz (E) SJRLP239VOL2, Soul Jazz (E) SJRCD239 [CD] titled BOSSA NOVA AND THE RISE OF BRAZILIAN MUSIC IN THE 1960s. h also on UM3 (Universal) (Jap) POCE-3007 [CD] titled AFTERNOON TEA MUSIC: EARL GREY. k also on Motor (Ger) 565 382-2 [CD] titled A TRIP TO BRAZIL - 40 YEARS OF BOSSA NOVA and UM3 (Universal) (Jap) POCE-3006 [CD] titled AFTERNOON TEA MUSIC: DARJEELING.
Producer: Creed Taylor
Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
Notes: Ira Gitler
Jacket: Pete Turner (photography), Sam Antupit (design).


SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME
George Benson
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: August 27, 1968

Joe Shepley (tp,flhrn); Marvin Stamm (tp,flhrn,pic); Wayne Andre (tb,bari hrn); Alan Raph (tb,tu); Buddy Lucas (sax,hca); George Marge, Romeo Penque, Stan Webb (f); Herbie Hancock (p); Charles Covington (org); George Benson (g); Leo Morris (aka Idris Muhammad) (d); Jack Jennings (vib); Johnny Pacheco (cga); Bernard Eichen, Charles Libove (vln); David Mankovitz (viola); George Ricci (cello); Don Sebesky (arr).

a. (tk. 4) Footin’ It (Benson/Sebesky) – 4:23
b. (tk. 14) Chattanooga Choo Choo - 3:34

same or similar.

c. (tk. 23) Sunday Will Never Be The Same
d. Midnight Sun

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: September 5, 1968
George Marge, Romeo Penque (f); Hank Jones (p); Charles Covington (org); George Benson (el-g); Richard Davis (b); Leo Morris (aka Idris Muhammad) (d); Jack Jennings (vib); Johnny Pacheco (cga); Bernard Eichen, Charles Libove (vln); David Mankovitz (viola); George Ricci (cello); Don Sebesky (arr).

e. (tk. 50) Amy's Theme
f. (tk. 54) Shape of Things to Come – 5:15
g. Girl In My Eyes
h. (tk. 75) Where Flamingos Fly

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: September or October 17, 1968
Burt Collins (tp); Joe Shepley (tp,flhrn); Marvin Stamm (tp,flhrn,pic); Wayne Andre (tb,bari hrn); Alan Raph (tb,tu); Buddy Lucas (sax,hca); Charles Covington (org); George Benson (g); Richard Davis (b); Johnny Pacheco (cga); Don Sebesky (arr).

i. (tk. 101 or 105) Don’t Let Me Lose This Dream – 4:41
j. Last Train To Clarksville

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: October 22, 1968
Burt Collins (tp); Joe Shepley (tp,flhrn); Marvin Stamm (tp,flhrn,pic); Wayne Andre (tb,bari hrn); Alan Raph (tb,tu); Buddy Lucas (sax,hca); Charles Covington (org); George Benson (g); Ron Carter (b); Leo Morris (aka Idris Muhammad) (d); Johnny Pacheco (cga); Don Sebesky (arr).

k. (tk. 115) Last Train To Clarksville – 5:36
l. (tk. 124) Face It Boy, It’s Over – 4:04
m. (tk. 128) Shape Of Things That Are And Were (Benson) – 5:46

Note: The above session on the 17th is listed as September 17 in Creed Taylor's production log and as October 17 on the sleeve of S&M SP-3014.

Issues: a, b, f, i, k, l & m on A&M SP-3014, A&M SP-9-3014, A&M CD 0803 [CD], A&M 3014-2 [CD], Verve B0009674-02 [CD], Verve (Eu) 06025 1742667 2 [CD], A&M (E) AMLS 945, RTB (Yu) 2220318, A&M (Jap) AMP-18006, A&M (Jap) LAX-3107, A&M (Jap) C25Y-3806, A&M (Jap) D32Y-3806 [CD], A&M (Jap) POCM-5012 [CD], A&M (Jap) POCM-5078 [CD]. 
Singles: f & b also on A&M 1003 [45]. i also on A&M 1057 [45]. 
Samplers: a, f & i also on A&M SP-3203 titled GEORGE BENSON: THE BEST and A&M (Can) SP-9050 titled ENCORE: THE BEST OF GEORGE BENSON. a, i, k, l & m also on A&M (Eu) 397073-2 [CD] titled A&M GOLD SERIES: GEORGE BENSON. b also on Rhino R2-79934 [CD] titled GEORGE BENSON: ANTHOLOGY and Boutique (Ger) 0600753173992 [CD] titled FREIHEIT (MY JAZZ). b, f & j also on CTI (Jap) GP-3091 titled HIMSELF. f also on Verve 314 521 861-2 [CD] titled GEORGE BENSON: JAZZ MASTERS 21. j also on Warner Bros. 2HW 3577, Warner Bros. 3577-2 [CD], WEA (E) K 66107, WEA (Eu) 7599.23577 [CD], WEA (Aus) 4626852 [CD], Warner Bros. (Jap) P-5599/5600-W titled THE GEORGE BENSON COLLECTION. k also on A&M (E) AMLB 1003 titled JAZZ IN A PENTHOUSE and A&M (Jap) AMW 3-4 titled CTI DOUBLE DELUXE. m also on A&M SP-6-3000 titled AUDIO MASTER PLUS SERIES SAMPLER: VOL 1 and A&M/Pony Canyon (Jap) D30Y-3215 [CD] titled A&M/CTI: THE BEST COLLECTION VOL. 2
Producer: Creed Taylor
Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
Notes: Ira Gitler
Jacket: Pete Turner (photography), Sam Antupit (design).


Nat Adderley
prob. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: October 3, 1968
Nat Adderley (cnt) with others unknown.

a. (tk. 8) (1581) Peace Of Mind - 3:00
b. (tk. 19) (1582) Take A Heart - 2:30

Issues: None (a-b scheduled as A&M 992 [45] but not issued).
Producer: prob. Creed Taylor
Engineer: prob. Rudy Van Gelder


SUMMERTIME
Paul Desmond
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: October 10, 1968
Paul Faulise, Urbie Green, J.J. Johnson, Bill Watrous, Kai Winding (tb); Burt Collins, Joe Shepley, Marvin Stamm (tp,flhrn); Ray Alonge, Jimmy Buffington (frhrn); Paul Desmond (as); Herbie Hancock (p); Jay Berliner (g); Ron Carter (b); Leo Morris (aka Idris Muhammad) (d); Mike Mainieri (vib); Jack Jennings, Airto Moreira (perc); Don Sebesky (arr).

a. (tk. 6) Where Is Love (Lionel Bart) – 5:30
b. (tk. 10) Summertime (Gershwin/DuBose) – 4:00

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: October 16, 1968
Wayne Andre, Paul Faulise, Urbie Green, Bill Watrous, Kai Winding (tb); Burt Collins, John Eckert, Joe Shepley, Marvin Stamm (tp,flhrn); Ray Alonge, Jimmy Buffington, Tony Miranda (frhrn); Paul Desmond (as); Herbie Hancock (p); Ron Carter (b); Leo Morris (aka Idris Muhammad) (d); Don Sebesky (arr).

d. (tk. 21) North By Northeast (Paul Desmond) – 4:30
c. (tk. 23) Emily (J. Mercer/J. Mandel) – 4:45

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: October 24, 1968
Wayne Andre, Paul Faulise, Urbie Green, Bill Watrous, Kai Winding (tb); Burt Collins, John Eckert, Joe Shepley, Marvin Stamm (tp,flhrn); Ray Alonge, Jimmy Buffington, Tony Miranda (frhrn); Paul Desmond (as); Herbie Hancock (p); Ron Carter (b); Leo Morris (aka Idris Muhammad) (d); Don Sebesky (arr).

e. (tk. 107) Olvidar (Don Sebesky) – 5:30
f. (tk. 114) Someday My Prince Will Come (Morey/Churchill) – 3:05

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: November 5, 1968
Paul Faulise, Urbie Green, J.J. Johnson, Kai Winding (tb); Burt Collins, Joe Shepley, Marvin Stamm (tp,flhrn); Ray Alonge, Jimmy Buffington (frhrn); Paul Desmond (as); Herbie Hancock (p); Jay Berliner, Eumir Deodato (g); Ron Carter (b); Airto Moreira (d); Mike Mainieri (vib); Jack Jennings (perc); Don Sebesky (arr).

g. (tk. 116) Lady In Cement (Hugo Montenegro) – 3:06
h. (tk. 122) La Murcura

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: November 20, 1968
Wayne Andre, Paul Faulise, Bill Watrous, Kai Winding (tb); Joe Shepley, Marvin Stamm (tp,flhrn); Ray Alonge, Tony Miranda (frhrn); Paul Desmond (as); Herbie Hancock (p); Joe Beck (g); Ron Carter (b); Airto Moreira (d); Don Sebesky (arr).

i. (tk. 163) Samba (Struttin’) With Some Barbecue (D. Raye/L. Armstrong) – 4:20
j. (tk. 154) Autumn Leaves (Kosma/Mercer) – 3:00

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: December 18 and/or 26, 1968
Burt Collins, Joe Shepley (tp,flhrn); Paul Desmond (as); George Marge (f,oboe); Bob Tricarico (f,bassoon); Herbie Hancock (p); Bucky Pizzarelli (g); Frank Bruno (b); unknown (d); Joe Venuto (marimba); Airto Moreira (perc); Don Sebesky (arr).

k. Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da (Lennon/McCartney) – 2:10

Note: (1) "North By Northeast," is listed as Paul Desmond/Dave Brubeck's "Balcony Rock" in Creed Taylor's production notes. While both tunes share similar blues structures, "North By Northeast" has enough of its own personality to be a substantially different tune. (2) A&M SP 3015 was issued in 2002 by Speakers Corner Records (Germany) as a 180 gram heavy vinyl audiophile LP.

Issues: a-g & i-k on A&M SP-3015, A&M SP-9-3015, A&M (E) AMLS 946, A&M (Au) SAML-933,234, RTB (Yu) 2420201, A&M (Jap) LAX-3104, A&M (Jap) AMP-18007, A&M (Jap) C25Y-3816, A&M (Jap) D32Y-3816 [CD], A&M (Jap) POCM-5019 [CD], A&M POCM-5066 [CD], Universal (Jap) UCCM-9221 [CD]. 
Singles: g & i also on A&M 1075 [45]. k & j also on A&M 1050 [45]. 
Samplers: b, g & i also on A&M/Pony Canyon (Jap) D30Y-3214 [CD] titled A&M/CTI: THE BEST COLLECTION VOL. 1. b & k also on A&M (Jap) AMW 3-4 titled CTI DOUBLE DELUXE. g also on Verve (Ger) 06024 98374399 [CD] titled THRILLER JAZZ (VERVE JAZZ CLUB). i also on A&M (E) AMLB 1003 titled JAZZ IN A PENTHOUSE, Motor (Ger) 565 382-2 [CD] titled A TRIP TO BRAZIL - 40 YEARS OF BOSSA NOVA, EmArcy (Ger) 545 475-1 titled A TRIP TO BRAZIL: BOSSA NOVA & BEYOND, Label M 495715 [CD] titled LEMME TELL YA 'BOUT DESMOND and Verve (Ger) 06024 9837446 [CD] titled JAZZ FOR DINING (VERVE JAZZ CLUB). j also on A&M SP-6-3000 titled AUDIO MASTER PLUS SERIES SAMPLER: VOL 1 and A&M/Pony Canyon (Jap) D30Y-3215 [CD] titled A&M/CTI: THE BEST COLLECTION VOL. 2. k also on Verve (Ger) 06024 9841467 [CD] titled JAZZ SWINGS POP (VERVE JAZZ CLUB).
Producer: Creed Taylor
Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
Notes: Eugene Boe
Jacket: Pete Turner (photography), Sam Antupit (design).


BETWIXT & BETWEEN
J & K
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: October 22, 1968
J.J. Johnson (el-tb,arr); Kai Winding (el-tb); Charles Covington (org); Eric Gale (g); Russell George (el-b); Leo Morris (aka Idris Muhammad) (d); Warren Smith (tamb); Fred Buldrini, Lewis Eley, Harry Glickman, Emanuel Green, George Ockner, Raoul Poliakin, Max Pollikoff, Joyce Robbins, Aaron Rosand, Tosha Samaroff, Julius Schacter, Jack Zayde (vln).

a. (tk. 6) Smoky (J.J. Johnson) – 3:20
b. (tk. 18) Opus 1

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: October 29, 1968
J.J. Johnson (tb); Kai Winding (tb,arr); Joe Beck (g); Chuck Rainey (el-b); Leo Morris (aka Idris Muhammad) (d); Fred Buldrini, Lewis Eley, Harry Glickman, Emanuel Green, George Ockner, Raoul Poliakin, Max Pollikoff, Joyce Robbins, Aaron Rosand, Tosha Samaroff, Julius Schacter, Jack Zayde (vln).

c. (tk. 37) Wichita Lineman (Jim Webb) – 3:04

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: November 15, 1968
same or similar.

d. (tk. 105) Don't Go Love Don't Go
e. (tk. 121) Mojave

J.J. Johnson (tb); Kai Winding (tb,arr); Ron Carter (b); Airto Moriera (finger cymbals); Fred Buldrini, Lewis Eley, Harry Glickman, Emanuel Green, George Ockner, Raoul Poliakin, Max Pollikoff, Joyce Robbins, Aaron Rosand, Tosha Samaroff, Julius Schacter, Jack Zayde (vln).

f. (tk. 115) Little Drummer Boy (K. Davis/H. Simeone/H. Onarati) – 2:10

J.J. Johnson (tb,arr); Kai Winding (tb); Joe Beck (g); Herbie Hancock (p); Ron Carter (b); Airto Moriera (d); Fred Buldrini, Lewis Eley, Harry Glickman, Emanuel Green, George Ockner, Raoul Poliakin, Max Pollikoff, Joyce Robbins, Aaron Rosand, Tosha Samaroff, Julius Schacter, Jack Zayde (vln).

g. (tk. 137 or 157) Casa Forte (Edu Lobo) – 4:20

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: November 26, 1968
J.J. Johnson (tb); Kai Winding (tb,arr); Joe Beck (el-g); Roger Kellaway (el clavinette,arr on f); Chuck Domanico (el-b); Denny Seiwell (d); Fred Buldrini, Lewis Eley, Harry Glickman, Emanuel Green, George Ockner, Raoul Poliakin, Max Pollikoff, Joyce Robbins, Aaron Rosand, Tosha Samaroff, Julius Schacter, Jack Zayde (vln).

h. (tk. 204) Willie, Come Home (J. Miller/R. George) – 3:30
i. (tk. 213) Just A Funky Old Vegetable Bin (Roger Kellaway) – 3:20

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: December 5, 1968
same or similar.

j. (tk. 301) Stormy (B. Buie/J.B. Cobb) – 2:40
k. (tk. 307) Betwixt & Between (Anthony Dorsey) – 3:30

same or similar, except J.J. Johnson (arr).

l. (tk. 311) Don’t Go Love, Don’t Go (J.A. Ryan/Jim Lacey) – 3:30

same or similar, except Kai Winding (arr).

m. (tk. 317) Mojave (Antonio Carlos Jobim) – 3:30

same or similar.

n. (tk. 321) Song For My Father (Horace Silver)

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: January 9, 1969
Marvin Stamm (flhrn); J.J. Johnson (tb,arr); Kai Winding (tb); Tony Studd (b-tb); Paul Ingraham (frhrn); Stuart Scharf (g).

o. Bach Corale #237 (Bach)

same, Kai Winding (arr).

p. Plus Nine (Kai Winding)
q. Troika (Bach)

same, J.J. Johnson (arr).

r. Bach Chorale #241 (Bach)
s. Bach Chorale #134 (Bach)

same, Kai Winding (arr).

t. Onion Rings Rondo (Kai Winding)

same, J.J. Johnson (arr).

u. Bach Invention #4 (Bach)
v. Bach Invention #1 (Bach)

Note: k-r used as brief "transitional music" between a-j.

Issues: a, c, f-m & o-v on A&M SP-3016, A&M (Jap) LAX-3098, A&M (Jap) AML-319, A&M (Jap) AML-362. 
Singles: k & c on A&M 1035 [45].
Samplers: c & j also on A&M (Jap) AMW 3-4 titled CTI DOUBLE DELUXE.
Producer: Creed Taylor
Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
Notes: Unknown
Jacket: Pete Turner (photography), Sam Antupit (design).


CALLING OUT LOUD
Nat Adderley
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: November 19, 1968

Nat Adderley (cnt); Paul Ingraham (frhrn); Seldon Powell, Jerome Richardson (sax); Hubert Laws (f,pic); Don MacCourt (bassoon); George Marge (cl,eng-hrn); Romeo Penque (b-cl); Joe Zawinul (el-p); Ron Carter (b); Leo Morris (d); Bill Fischer (arr,cond).

a. (tk. 3) Comin’ Out The Shadows (Nat Adderley) – 5:15
b. (tk. 9) Ivan’s Holiday (Joe Zawinul) – 3:07

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: November 21, 1968
Same or similar except add Jerry Dodgion, Richard Henderson, George Marge (sax).

c. (tk. 21) Biafra (Nat Adderley) – 6:30

Nat Adderley (cnt); Paul Ingraham (frhrn); Seldon Powell, Jerome Richardson (sax); Hubert Laws (f,pic); Don MacCourt (bassoon); George Marge (cl,eng-hrn); Romeo Penque (b-cl); Joe Zawinul (el-p); Ron Carter (b); Leo Morris (d); Bill Fischer (arr,cond).

d. (tk. 26) Nobody Knows (William S. Fischer) – 6:00

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: December 4, 1968
Same or similar 

e. (tk. 40) Grey Moss (Joe Zawinul) – 5:00
f. (tk. 43) Haifa (Nat Adderley) – 4:50
g. (tk. 50) St. M (William S. Fischer) - 3:30
h. (tk. 54) Calling Out Loud (N. Adderley/W.S. Fischer) – 3:07

Issues: a-h on A&M SP-3017, A&M (E) AMLS 947, A&M C25Y-3819, A&M (Jap) D32Y-3819 [CD], A&M (Jap) POCM-5021 [CD]. 
Singles: h & c/f also on A&M 1030 [45]. 
Samplers: a also on Verve 525 559-2 [CD] titled THE SOUL OF JAZZ: VOLUME 4. g also on A&M (E) AMLB 1003 titled JAZZ IN A PENTHOUSE. h also on Verve 525 560-2 [CD] titled THE SOUL OF JAZZ: VOLUME 5.
Producer: Creed Taylor
Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
Notes: Jon Borgzinner, Bill Fischer
Jacket: Pete Turner (photography), Sam Antupit (design)


WHEN IT WAS DONE
Walter Wanderley Set
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: December 10, 1968

Marvin Stamm, John Glasel (flhrn); George Marge, Stan Webb (f,pic); Donald Ashworth, Hubert Laws (f,pic,oboe,english horn); Walter Wanderley (org,el-harpsichord); Jose Marina (b); João Palma (d); Lu Lu Ferreira (perc); Lewis Eley, Harry Glickman, Gene Orloff, Raoul Poliakin, Max Pollikoff, Matthew Raimondi, Tosha Samaroff, Sylvan Shulman, Avram Weiss (vln); Harold Coletta, Harold Furmansky (viola); Charles McCracken, George Ricci (cello); Gloria Agostini (harp); Eumir Deodato (rhythm arr); Don Sebesky (string arr).

a. (tk. 2) On My Mind (E. Deodato/N. Gimbel) - 2:45

add Anamaria Valle, Marilyn Jackson, Linda November, Milton Nascimento (vcl).

b. (tk. 9) Open Your Arms (Let Me Walk Right In) (aka Andança)
     (D. Caymmi/E. Souto/P. Tapajos/J. Livingston/R. Evans) - 2:35

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: December 11, 1968
same or similar.

c. (tk. 12) Reach Out For Me (B. Bacharach/H. David) - 2:37

same or similar, vcl out.

d. (tk. 23) Surfboard (Antonio Carlos Jobim) - 2:35
e. (tk. 25) Ponteio (Edu Lobo/Capinan) - 2:25
f. (tk. 36) Baiao da Garôa (Luis Gonzaga) - 3:35

add Anamaria Valle, Marilyn Jackson, Linda November, Milton Nascimento (vcl).

g. (tk. 48) When It Was Done (Jim Webb) - 2:20

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: December 12, 1968
same or similar, vcl out.

h. (tk. 53) Capoeira (Eumir Deodato) - 4:20

Add Anamaria Valle, Marilyn Jackson, Linda November, Milton Nascimento (vcl).

i. (tk. 63) Just My Love And I (E. Deodato/J. Spencer) - 2:17

same or similar, vcl out.

j. (tk. 68) Truth In Peace (Verdade Em Paz) (Durval Ferreira) - 2:30
k. (tk. 70) Ole, Ole, Olá (Chico Buarque De Hollanda) - 2:28

Issues: a-k on A&M SP-3018, A&M (Ger) 212063, A&M (Jap) LAX-3100, A&M (Jap) AMP-18020, A&M (Jap) POCM-5055 [CD], Universal (Jap) UCCU-9362 [CD]. 
Singles: g & d also on A&M 1023 [45]. 
Samplers: a & c also on A&M 94468 titled GENTLE RAIN. c also on A&M (Jap) AMW 3-4 titled CTI DOUBLE DELUXE. c & i also on A&M (E) AMLB-1007 titled BRAZILIAN CARNIVAL. e also on Verve 06007 5301170 [CD] titled JAZZ SAMBA.
Producer: Creed Taylor
Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
Notes: Mort Goode
Jacket: Pete Turner (photography), Sam Antupit (design)


COURAGE
Milton Nascimento
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: December 19, 1968

collective personnel prob. inc. Wayne Andre, Paul Faulise, John Messner, Tony Studd, Bill Watrous, Chauncey Welsch (tb); Burt Collins, Marvin Stamm (flhrn); Ray Alonge, Joe DeAngelis, Paul Ingraham (frhrn); George Marge (cl); Danny Bank, Harvey Estrin, Hubert Laws, Romeo Penque, Jerome Richardson, Bill Slapin, Joe Soldo (f); Herbie Hancock (p); Eumir Deodato (org,arr,cond); Jose Marino (b); Joao Palma (d); Airto Moreira (perc); David Nadien, Anahid Ajemian, Frederick Buldrini, Alexander Cores, Harry Cykman, Lewis Eley, Harry Glickman, Emanuel Green, Raoul Poliakin, Max Pollikoff, Matthew Raimondi, Joyce Robbins, Tosha Samaroff, Avram Weiss, Jack Zatde, Joseph Zwilich (vln); Alfred Brown, Harold Coletta, Theodore Israel, David Mankovitz, Emanuel Vardi (viola); Charles McCracken, George Ricci, Lucien Schmit, Alan Shulman (cello); Milton Nascimento (vcl); 

a. Tres Pontas (Milton Nascimento) - 2:40

same or similar, add Anamaria Valle (vcl).

b. Outubro (October) (Milton Nascimento) - 4:07

same or similar, Anamaria Valle out.

c. Bridges (Travessia) (M. Nascimento/F. Brant/G. Lees) - 3:45
d. Morro Velho (Milton Nascimento) - 4:25

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: February 26, 1969
same or similar. 

e. (tk. 21) Cançao Do Sol (Saltworkers Song) (Milton Nascimento) - 3:05
f. (tk. 27) Vera Cruz (Milton Nascimento) - 3:09
g. (tk. 29) Rio Vermelho (Milton Nascimento) - 3:18
h. (tk. 37) Gira Girou (Round 'n' Round) (Milton Nascimento) - 3:20

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: February 27, 1969
same or similar. 

i. (tk. 39) Courage (M. Nascimento/P. Williams) - 3:20
j. (tk. 55) Catavento (Milton Nascimento) - 2:23

Issues: a-j on A&M SP-3019, A&M SP-9-3019, A&M CD 0814 [CD], Verve B0004688-02 [CD], A&M (E) AMLS-949, A&M (Br) SA&M-2037, A&M (Jap) C25Y-3820, A&M (Jap) D32Y-3820 [CD], A&M (Jap) POCM-5024 [CD], A&M (Jap) POCM-5059 [CD], Universal (Jap) UCCU-9364 [CD]. 
Singles: i & c also on A&M 1125 [45].
Samplers: a also on A&M SP-6-3021 titled AUDIO MASTER PLUS SERIES SAMPLER: VOL. 2 and Soul Jazz (E) SJRLP239VOL2, Soul Jazz (E) SJRCD239 [CD] titled BOSSA NOVA AND THE RISE OF BRAZILIAN MUSIC IN THE 1960s. c also on also on A&M (E) AMLB-1007 titled BRAZILIAN CARNIVAL, A&M CD 17767 [CD] titled A&M JAZZ SERIES: SAMPLER SPRING 1989, EmArcy (Ger) 545 360-2 [CD] titled A TRIP TO BRAZIL VOL. 2: BOSSA & BEYOND and Mercury B0003499-02 [CD] titled PURE BRAZIL: QUIET NIGHTS OF QUIET STARS. c & j also on A&M/Pony Canyon (Jap) D30Y-3215 [CD] titled A&M/CTI: THE BEST COLLECTION VOL. 2. f also on Talkin' Loud (E) 516 853-2 [CD] titled BRAZILICA and Verve 06007 5301170 [CD] titled JAZZ SAMBA. j also on Dubas Musica (Br) 325912004742 7 [CD] titled BOSSA NOVA LOUNGE - DREAMER
Producer: Creed Taylor
Engineer:
Rudy Van Gelder
Notes:  Ralph J. Gleason
Jacket:
Pete Turner (photography), Sam Antupit (design)


Tamba 4
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: February 4, 1969
unknown personnel inc. Bebeto (f); Luiz Eça (p); Dorio (b); Ohana (d,conga); Johnny Pate (arr).

a. (tk. 3) Voce E Eu
b. (tk. 14) California Soul (Nicholas Ashford/Valerie Simpson) - 2:55
c. (tk. 29) Miss Balanco

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: February 5, 1969
same or similar.

d. (tk. 47) Travessia (Milton Nascimento)
e. (tk. 57) Hey Girl

same or similar, except Luiz Eça (arr, cond)

f. (tk 72) Berimbau (Oswald Nunes) - 2:10

same or similar.

g. (tk. 86) Value Of Love

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: February 6, 1969
same or similar.

h. (tk. 141) Light My Fire
i. (tk. 149) Moonlit Guitar (Marcos Valle)
j. (tk. 150) Sambinha
k. (tk. 182) Here, There And Everywhere (J. Lennon/P. McCartney)

same or similar.

l. Clouds (Nuvens)

Note: Unissued session scheduled for release as A&M SP-3021.

Issues: None.
Singles: b & f on on A&M 1056 [45]. l on Group 88 Music 1923-DSO (b-side: a-side = 1922-DSO) [45 promo].
Samplers: b also on Universal (Jap) POCE-3015 [CD] titled RESORT+MUSIC: WEST COAST BREEZE.
Producer: Creed Taylor
Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder


George Benson
Live at Club Baron, New York City: March 18, 1969

George Benson (g) with others unknown.

a. Only In America
b. Just A Little Loving
c. Here's To The Young Ones
d. Blues For The Baron
e. Mystic Minor

Issues: None


MOONDREAMS
Walter Wanderley
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: March 11, 1969
Bernie Glow (tp,flrn);Marvin Stamm (flhrn); Danny Bank, Hubert Laws, Romeo Penque, Jerome Richardson, Joe Soldo (f); Jose Marino, Richard Davis, George Duvivier (b); Walter Wanderley (org,el-harpsichord); Joao Palma (d); Lulu Ferreira, Airto Moreira (perc); Flora Purim, Linda November, Stella Stevens, Susan Manchester (vcl); Harold Coletta, Richard Dickler, Theodore Israel, Archie Levin, David Mankovitz, Warren Tekula, Emanuel Vardi, Harry Zaratzian (viola); Eumir Deodato (arr).

a. (tk. 3) L’Amour Dice Ciao (A. Trovjoli/G. Guardabassi/R. Greenaway) - 2:35

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: March 12, 1969
same or similar, vcl out.

b. (tk. 7) Proton, Electron, Neutron (Marcos and Sergio Paulo Valle) - 2:40

same or similar, add Flora Purim, Linda November, Stella Stevens, Susan Manchester (vcl).

c. (tk. 15) Soulful Strut (E. Record/S. Sanders) - 3:00

same or similar, vcl out. 

d. (tk. 17) Penha (Walter Wanderley?) - 2:40
e. (tk. 20) Stormy

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: March 13, 1969
same or similar, vcl out.

f. (tk. 33) Moondreams (O Sonho) (E. Gismonto/J. Livingston/R. Evans) - 2:30
g. (tk. 45) Jackie, All (Jacqueline, Tudo) (Eumir Deodato) - 3:25

same or similar, add Flora Purim, Linda November, Stella Stevens, Susan Manchester (vcl).

h. (tk. 56) 5:30 Plane (Jim Webb) - 3:38
i. (tk. 60) Mirror of Love (Eumir Deodato) - 2:45

same or similar, vcl out. 

j. (tk. 68) One Of The Nicer Things (Jim Webb) - 3:05
k. (tk. 72) Asa Branca (Luiz Gonzaga) - 4:30

Note: Initial layout of cover art (provided courtesy of Pete Turner) indicates this album was probably scheduled to be titled 5:30 PLANE.

Issues: a-d & f-k on A&M SP-3022, A&M (E) AMLP-1014, A&M (Jap) AML-321, A&M (Jap) POCM-5056 [CD], Universal (Jap) UCCU-9363 [CD]. 
Singles: c & g also on A&M 1138 [45]. b also on Group 88 Music 1922-DSO (a-side: b-side = 1923-DSO) [promo 45]. 
Samplers: c also on Verve (Ger) 06024 9835531 [CD] titled ORGANIZED!. i also on A&M 94468 titled GENTLE RAIN and
UM3 (Universal) (Jap) POCE-3005 [CD] titled AFTERNOON TEA MUSIC: AFTERNOON TEA.
Producer: Creed Taylor
Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
Notes: Leonard Feather
Jacket: Pete Turner (photography), Sam Antupit (design)


TELL IT LIKE IT IS
George Benson
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: April 29, 1969
Lew Soloff (tp); Sonny Fortune (as); Hubert Laws, Bob Porcelli, Joe Farrell (sax); Rodgers Grant (p); George Benson (g); Gerry Jemmott (b); Leo Morris (d); Paul Alicea, Angel Allende, Johnny Pacheco (perc); Marty Sheller (arr,cond).

a. (tk. 8) Water Brother (Don Sebesky) – 2:05
b. (tk. 22) Jama Joe (George Benson) – 3:45
c. (tk. 27) Dontcha Hear Me Callin’ To Ya? (Rudy Stevenson) – 3:10

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: April 30, 1969
Lew Soloff (tp); Bob Porcelli (as); Arthur Clarke, Joe Farrell, Jerome Richardson (sax); Richard Tee (p); George Benson (g); Bob Bushnell, Gerry Jemmott (b); Leo Morris (d); Paul Alicea, Angel Allende, Johnny Pacheco (perc); Marty Sheller (arr,cond).

d. (tk. 43) As The Twig Is Benson
e. (tk. 52 or 59) Soul Limbo (Jones/Cropper/Dunn/Jackson) – 3:20

Lew Soloff (tp); Bob Porcelli (as,f); Arthur Clarke, Joe Farrell (sax); Jerome Richardson (sax,f); Jerry Dodgion (f); Richard Tee (p); George Benson (g); Bob Bushnell, Gerry Jemmott (b); Leo Morris (d); Paul Alicea, Angel Allende, Johnny Pacheco (perc); Marty Sheller (arr,cond).

f. (tk. 61) Jackie, All (Eumir Deodato) – 2:15

same or similar.

g. (tk. 67) Twig (remake)

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: May 6, 1969
Lew Soloff (tp); Bob Porcelli (as); Arthur Clarke, Joe Farrell, Jerome Richardson (sax); Richard Tee (p); George Benson (g); Bob Bushnell, Gerry Jemmott (b); Leo Morris (d); Paul Alicea, Angel Allende, Johnny Pacheco (perc); Marty Sheller (arr,cond).

h. (tk. 74) Are You Happy? (Gamble/Bell/Butler) – 2:30

same or similar.

i. (tk. 82) Soul Limbo

Lew Soloff (tp); Bob Porcelli (as); Arthur Clarke, Joe Farrell, Jerome Richardson (sax); Richard Tee (p); George Benson (g,vcl); Bob Bushnell, Gerry Jemmott (b); Leo Morris (d); Paul Alicea, Angel Allende, Johnny Pacheco (perc); Marty Sheller (arr,cond).

j. (tk. 83) Tell It Like It Is (Davis/Diamond) – 2:50

Lew Soloff (tp); Bob Porcelli (as); Arthur Clarke, Joe Farrell, Jerome Richardson (sax); Richard Tee (p); George Benson (g); Bob Bushnell, Gerry Jemmott (b); Leo Morris (d); Paul Alicea, Angel Allende, Johnny Pacheco (perc); Marty Sheller (arr,cond).

k. (tk. 85) Land of 1000 Dances (Kenner) – 2:45

same or similar.

l. (tk. 87) Jackie, All

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: May 20, 1969
Lew Soloff (tp); Joe Farrell, Joe Henderson, Bob Porcelli, Jerome Richardson (sax); Richard Tee (p); George Benson (g,vcl); Jim Fielder (b); Leo Morris (d); Paul Alicea, Angel Allende, Johnny Pacheco (perc); Marty Sheller (arr,cond).

m. (tk. 108) My Woman’s Good To Me (Sherrill/Sutton) – 3:10
n. (tk. 116) Out In The Cold Again (Koehler/Bloom) – 2:35

Lew Soloff (tp); Joe Farrell, Joe Henderson, Bob Porcelli, Jerome Richardson (sax); Richard Tee (p); George Benson (g); Jim Fielder (b); Leo Morris (d); Paul Alicea, Angel Allende, Johnny Pacheco (perc); Marty Sheller (arr,cond).

o. (tk. 119) My Cherie Amour (Cosby/Wonder/May) – 3:30

Note: (1) Titles credited as "May 16" on A&M SP-3020 are listed as either April 30 or May 6 in Creed Taylor's production notes. (2) It is unknown which versions of "Soul Limbo" (e or i) and "Jackie, All" (f or l) are the issued versions.

Issues: a-c, e (or i), f (or l), h, j, k, m, n & o on A&M SP-3020, A&M SP-9-3020, A&M CD 0815 [CD], A&M 3020-2 [CD], Verve B001195602  [CD], Verve (Eu) 0602517808096 [CD], RTB (Yu) 2420236, A&M (Jap) AMP-18015, A&M (Jap) C25Y-3814, A&M (Jap) LAX-3108, A&M (Jap) D32Y-3814 [CD], A&M (Jap) POCM-5015 [CD]. 
Singles: m & f also on A&M 1076 [45]. o & j also on A&M 1124 [45].
Samplers: a, j, m & o also on A&M SP-3203 titled GEORGE BENSON: THE BEST and A&M (Can) SP-9050 titled ENCORE: THE BEST OF GEORGE BENSON. b, c, j, m & n also on A&M (Eu) 397073-2 [CD] titled A&M GOLD SERIES: GEORGE BENSON. c & o also on A&M/Pony Canyon (Jap) D30Y-3214 [CD] titled A&M/CTI: THE BEST COLLECTION VOL. 1. e also on Boutique (Ger) 06007 5327471 [CD] titled SOUL FOOD (MY JAZZ). f also on A&M SP-6-3000 titled AUDIO MASTER PLUS SERIES SAMPLER: VOL 1 and Boutique (Ger) 069 710-2 [CD] titled A TRIP TO BRAZIL VOL. 3: BACK TO BOSSA and Universal (Ger) 06007 5319311 [CD] titled BOSSA NOVA GUITAR (JAZZ CLUB). j also on A&M CD 17767 [CD] titled A&M JAZZ SERIES: SAMPLER SPRING 1989. k also on A&M (Jap) AMW 3-4 titled CTI DOUBLE DELUXE. k & o also on CTI (Jap) GP-3091 titled HIMSELF. m also on Boutique (Ger) 0600753174067 [CD] titled NUR MIT DER (MY JAZZ).
Producer: Creed Taylor
Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
Notes: N/A
Jacket: Pete Turner (photography), Sam Antupit (design).


I GOT A WOMAN AND SOME BLUES
George Benson
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: April 30, 1969
George Benson (g) with others unknown.

a. (tk. 39) Goodbye, Columbus (James Yester) - 2:00

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: May 20, 1969
same or similar.

b. (tk. 123) Goodbye Columbus (remake)

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: June 4, 1969
George Benson (g) with unknown brass, p, b, d.

c. (tk. 207) At Last 
d. (tk. 211) Good Morning, Blues (Billy Vera) - 2:50

same, George Benson (g).

e. (tk. 219) I Worry ‘Bout You (Norman Mapp) - 2:25

same, George Benson (g,vcl).

f. (tk. 239) Without Her (Harry Nilsson) - 2:35
g. (tk. 244) She Went A Little Bit Farther (Mack Vickery/Merle Kilgore) - 3:05

same or similar.

h. (tk. 252) Pittsburgh

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: August 19, 1969
George Benson (g,vcl) with unknown org, b, d.

i. (tk. 8) Who's Afraid Of Virginia Wolf? 
j. (tk. 10) I Got A Woman (Ray Charles) - 4:55

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: August 20, 1969
George Benson (g) with unknown sax, f, org, b, d, cga.

k. (tk. 19) prob. Durham’s Turn (aka Original #1) (George Benson) - 4:05

same, except f, cga out. 

l. (tk. 23) prob. Bluesadelic (aka Original Blues) (George Benson) - 4:15

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: September 3, 1969
George Benson, Luiz Bonfá (g) with unknown org, b, d..

m. Out Of The Blue (Henry Nemo/Will Jason) - 3:15

Issues: a, d, e-g & j-m on on A&M SP-9-3025 (issued 1984); A&M 82839 3025 2 [CD], Verve B0010787-02 [CD], Verve (EU) 0602517620759 [CD], A&M (Jap) AMP-18005, A&M (Jap) C25Y-3815, A&M (Jap) D32Y-3815 [CD], A&M (Jap) POCM-5014 [CD]. 
Singles: None (j (edit) & j scheduled as A&M 1128 [45] but not issued).
Samplers: a, d, e-g & j-m also on A&M 3025-2 [CD]. e, g, j, k & m also on A&M (Eu) 397073-2 [CD] titled A&M GOLD SERIES: GEORGE BENSON. j also on A&M SP-6-3021 titled AUDIO MASTER PLUS SERIES SAMPLER: VOL. 2. k also on A&M/Pony Canyon (Jap) D30Y-3214 [CD] titled A&M/CTI: THE BEST COLLECTION VOL. 1. m also on Verve 314 521 861-2 [CD] titled GEORGE z BENSON: JAZZ MASTERS 21 and and Verve (Ger) 06007 5324573 [CD] titled JAZZ FOR LOVERS VOL. 2 (JAZZ CLUB).
Producer: Creed Taylor
Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
Notes: unknown
Jacket: Chuck Beeson (art direction), Donald Krieger (design), Melanie Nissen (photography).


WALKING IN SPACE
Quincy Jones
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: June 18, 1969
Freddie Hubbard, Lloyd Michaels, Marvin Stamm, Dick Williams (tp); Jimmy Cleveland, J.J. Johnson, Alan Ralph, Tony Studd (tb); Joel Kaye, Roland Kirk, Hubert Laws, Jerome Richardson (woodwinds); Paul Griffin (p); Eric Gale (el-g); Ray Brown (b); Grady Tate (d); Hilda Harris, Marilyn Jackson, Valerie Simpson, Maeretha Stewart (vcl);  Quincy Jones (arr,cond).

a. (tk. 21) Killer Joe (Benny Golson) - 5:08

same or similar.

b. (tk. 31) One Mint Julep
c. Oh Happy Day

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: June 19, 1969
John Frosk, Freddie Hubbard, Marvin Stamm, Snooky Young (tp); Jimmy Cleveland, Tony Studd, Kai Winding (tb); George Jeffers (b-tb); Joel Kaye, Roland Kirk, Hubert Laws, Jerome Richardson (woodwinds); Toots Thielemans (hca,g); Bob James (el-p); Eric Gale (el-g); Ray Brown (el-b); Grady Tate (d); Hilda Harris, Marilyn Jackson, Valerie Simpson, Maeretha Stewart (vcl); Quincy Jones (arr,cond).

d. (tk. 35) Walking In Space (Galt MacDermot/Gerome Ragni/James Rado) - 12:00

John Frosk, Freddie Hubbard, Marvin Stamm, Snooky Young (tp); Jimmy Cleveland, Tony Studd, Kai Winding (tb); George Jeffers (b-tb); Joel Kaye, Roland Kirk, Hubert Laws, Jerome Richardson (woodwinds); Toots Thielemans (hca,g); Bob James (el-p,arr); Eric Gale (el-g); Ray Brown (el-b); Grady Tate (d); Quincy Jones (cond).

e. (tk. 37) I Never Told You (Arthur Hamilton/Johnny Mandel) - 4:15

John Frosk, Freddie Hubbard, Marvin Stamm, Snooky Young (tp); Jimmy Cleveland, Tony Studd, Kai Winding (tb); George Jeffers (b-tb); Joel Kaye, Roland Kirk, Hubert Laws, Jerome Richardson (woodwinds); Toots Thielemans (hca,g); Bob James (el-p); Eric Gale (el-g); Ray Brown (el-b); Grady Tate (d); Quincy Jones (arr,cond).

f. (tk. 41) Dead End (Galt MacDermot/Gerome Ragni/James Rado) - 4:05

John Frosk, Freddie Hubbard, Lloyd Michaels, Marvin Stamm (tp); Jimmy Cleveland, J.J. Johnson, Norman Pride, Tony Studd (tb); Alan Raph (b-tb); Joel Kaye, Roland Kirk, Hubert Laws, Jerome Richardson (woodwinds); Bob James (el-p); Eric Gale (el-g); Chuck Rainey (el-b); Bernard Purdie (d); Hilda Harris, Marilyn Jackson, Valerie Simpson, Maeretha Stewart (vcl); Quincy Jones (arr,cond).

g. (tk. 44) Love And Peace (Arthur Adams) - 5:45

John Frosk, Freddie Hubbard, Lloyd Michaels, Marvin Stamm (tp); Jimmy Cleveland, J.J. Johnson, Norman Pride, Tony Studd (tb); Alan Raph (b-tb); Joel Kaye, Roland Kirk, Hubert Laws, Jerome Richardson (woodwinds); Bob James (el-p); Eric Gale (el-g); Ray Brown (el-b); Bernard Purdie (d); Hilda Harris, Marilyn Jackson, Valerie Simpson, Maeretha Stewart (vcl); Quincy Jones (arr,cond).

h. (tk. 49) Oh, Happy Day (Edwin Hawkins) - 3:35

same or similar.

i. (tk. 54) One Mint Julep

Note: (1) Original title scheduled to be QUINCY JONES(2) Thanks to George Bonifacio for additional issues.

Issues: a & d-h on A&M CTI SP-3023, A&M SP-9-3023, A&M CD 0801 [CD], A & M 3023-2 [CD], Rebound 520310 [CD], Verve 314 543 499-2 [CD], A&M (E) AMLS 961, A&M (E) AMLS 63023, A&M (Ger) 85062 IT, A&M (Ger) 212 076, A&M (Ger) 396993-2 [CD], RTB (Yu) 2420244, A&M (Jap) AML-322, A&M (Jap) LAX-3093, A&M (Jap) AMP-7025, A&M (Jap) AMP-18004, A&M (Jap) C25Y-3803, A&M (Jap) 30XB-63 [CD], A&M (Jap) D32Y-3803 [CD], A&M (Jap) POCM-5004 [CD], A&M (Jap) D22Y-3902 [CD], A&M (Jap) UCCM-9156 [CD]. a & d-h on Streetlife (Ger) 2262025, titled LOVE AND PEACE, Platinum (Ger) 44013, PMC 1 [cass] titled DEAD END WALKING IN SPACE and A&M (Cl) 30019 titled PASEANDO EN EL ESPACIO.
Singles: a also on A&M 1163 [45]. a & h also on A&M (C) AM-1163 [45], A&M (E) AMS 781 [45]. d & e also on A&M 1115 [45], A&M 1139 [45]. f also on A&M 1216 [45]. 
Samplers: a also on A&M (E) AMLB 1003 titled JAZZ IN A PENTHOUSE, A&M SP-6-3000 titled AUDIO MASTER PLUS SERIES SAMPLER: VOL 1, A&M/Pony Canyon (Jap) D30Y-3214 [CD] titled A&M/CTI: THE BEST COLLECTION VOL. 1, A&M SP-3200 titled THE BEST, A&M 6550 titled CLASSICS VOLUME 3, A&M 314 540 556-2 [CD] titled GREATEST HITS, Verve 069 490 667-2 [CD] titled QUINCY JONES' FINEST HOUR, A&M (Jap) D32Y-3060 [CD] titled A&M GOLD SERIES QUINCY JONES, Polygram (Jap) UICY-4010 [CD] titled THE VERY BEST OF QUINCY JONES and A&M 069 490 448-2 [CD] titled THE BEST OF QUINCY JONES: THE MILLENNIUM COLLECTION. a & d also on A&M SP-3705 titled I HEARD THAT, Qwest/Warner Bros. 9 26020-2 [CD] titled LISTEN UP: THE LIVES OF QUINCY JONES and Rhino R2 75870 [CD] titled BILLBOARD TOP CONTEMPORARY JAZZ: URBAN, Rhino R2 74363 [CD] titled Q - THE MUSICAL BIOGRAPHY OF QUINCY JONES. a,d, f & &h also on Gem (Jap) GEM 1055/6 titled GEM OF QUINCY JONES. a & e also on Verve (Ger) 06007 5301956 [CD] titled SUMMER IN THE CITY. h also on A&M (Jap) AMW 3-4 titled CTI DOUBLE DELUXE, A&M (E) AMLP 8005 titled IRONSIDE and MFP (E) 50441 titled QUINCY JONES.
Producer:
Creed Taylor 
Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
Notes: Morgan Ames (also Zan Stewart in Verve 314 543 499-2 [CD])
Jacket: Pete Turner (cover photography). Sam Antupit (design).


FROM THE HOT AFTERNOON
Paul Desmond
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: June 24, 1969 
Paul Desmond (as); Edu Lobo (g,vcl); Ron Carter (b); Airto Moriera (d).
Overdubbed later
Wanda De Sah, unknown male (vcl) with Marky Markowitz, Marvin, Stamm (tp,flhrn); Paul Faulise (b-tb); Jimmy Buffington (frhrn); Phil Bodner, George Marge (sax,cl,oboe); Don Hammond, Hubert Laws (f,alto f); Stan Webb, Jr. (f,alto f,perc); Pat Rebillot (el-p); Jack Jennings, Airto Moreira (perc); Lewis Eley, Paul Gershmman, George Ockner, Eugene Orloff, Raoul Poliakin, Max Pollikoff, Matthew Raimondi, Sylvan Shulman, Avram Weiss (vln); Charles McCracken, George Ricci (cello); Margaret Ross (harp); Don Sebesky (arr).

a. (tk. 1) Circles (Edu Lobo) – 3:42

Paul Desmond (as); Dorio Ferreira (g); Ron Carter (b); Airto Moriera (d).
Overdubbed later
Marky Markowitz, Marvin, Stamm (tp,flhrn); Paul Faulise (b-tb); Jimmy Buffington (frhrn); Phil Bodner, George Marge (sax,cl,oboe); Don Hammond, Hubert Laws (f,alto f); Stan Webb, Jr. (f,alto f,perc); Pat Rebillot (p); Jack Jennings, Airto Moreira (perc); Lewis Eley, Paul Gershmman, George Ockner, Eugene Orloff, Raoul Poliakin, Max Pollikoff, Matthew Raimondi, Sylvan Shulman, Avram Weiss (vln); Charles McCracken, George Ricci (cello); Margaret Ross (harp); Don Sebesky (arr).

b. (tk. 6) Outubro (October) (Fernando Brant/Milton Nascimento) – 2:55

Paul Desmond (as); Edu Lobo (g); Ron Carter (b); Airto Moriera (d). 
Overdubbed later
Marky Markowitz, Marvin, Stamm (tp,flhrn); Paul Faulise (b-tb); Jimmy Buffington (frhrn); Phil Bodner, George Marge (sax,cl,oboe); Don Hammond, Hubert Laws (f,alto f); Stan Webb, Jr. (f,alto f,perc); Pat Rebillot (el-p); Jack Jennings, Airto Moreira (perc); Lewis Eley, Paul Gershmman, George Ockner, Eugene Orloff, Raoul Poliakin, Max Pollikoff, Matthew Raimondi, Sylvan Shulman, Avram Weiss (vln); Charles McCracken, George Ricci (cello); Margaret Ross (harp); Don Sebesky (arr).

c. (tk. 8) Martha & Romao (Edu Lobo) – 3:03

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: June 25, 1969 
Paul Desmond (as); Dorio Ferreira (g); Ron Carter (b); Airto Moriera (d).

d. (tk. 11) Faithful Brother (alt take) – 2:38

Paul Desmond (as); Dorio Ferreira (g); Ron Carter (b); Airto Moriera (d).
Overdubbed later 
Marky Markowitz, Marvin, Stamm (tp,flhrn); Paul Faulise (b-tb); Jimmy Buffington (frhrn); Phil Bodner, George Marge (sax,cl,oboe); Don Hammond, Hubert Laws (f,alto f); Stan Webb, Jr. (f,alto f,perc); Pat Rebillot (el-p); Jack Jennings, Airto Moreira (perc); Lewis Eley, Paul Gershmman, George Ockner, Eugene Orloff, Raoul Poliakin, Max Pollikoff, Matthew Raimondi, Sylvan Shulman, Avram Weiss (vln); Charles McCracken, George Ricci (cello); Don Sebesky (arr).

e. (tk. 22) Faithful Brother (Milton Nascimento) – 3:09

Paul Desmond (as); Edu Lobo (g,vcl); Ron Carter (b); Airto Moriera (d,perc).
Overdubbed later
unknown (harpsichord); Wanda De Sah, unknown male (vcl) with Marky Markowitz, Marvin, Stamm (tp,flhrn); Paul Faulise (b-tb); Jimmy Buffington (frhrn); Phil Bodner, George Marge (sax,cl,oboe); Don Hammond, Hubert Laws (f,alto f); Stan Webb, Jr. (f,alto f,perc); Pat Rebillot (el-p); Jack Jennings, Airto Moreira (perc); Lewis Eley, Paul Gershmman, George Ockner, Eugene Orloff, Raoul Poliakin, Max Pollikoff, Matthew Raimondi, Sylvan Shulman, Avram Weiss (vln); Charles McCracken, George Ricci (cello); Margaret Ross (harp); Don Sebesky (arr).

f. (tk. 27) Crystal Illusions (Edu Lobo/J. Guarnieri/Lani Hall) – 4:04

Paul Desmond (as); Dorio Ferreira (g); Ron Carter (b); Airto Moriera (d,perc); 
Overdubbed later 
Wanda De Sah, unknown male (vcl) with Marky Markowitz, Marvin, Stamm (tp,flhrn); Paul Faulise (b-tb); Jimmy Buffington (frhrn); Phil Bodner, George Marge (sax,cl,oboe); Don Hammond, Hubert Laws (f,alto f); Stan Webb, Jr. (f,alto f,perc); Pat Rebillot (el-p); Jack Jennings, Airto Moreira (perc); Lewis Eley, Paul Gershmman, George Ockner, Eugene Orloff, Raoul Poliakin, Max Pollikoff, Matthew Raimondi, Sylvan Shulman, Avram Weiss (vln); Charles McCracken, George Ricci (cello); Margaret Ross (harp); Don Sebesky (arr).

g. To Say Goodbye (Edu Lobo) – 3:58

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: August 13, 1969
Paul Desmond (as); Dorio Ferreira (g); Ron Carter (b); Airto Moriera (d).

h. (tk. 50) From The Hot Afternoon (alt take) – 3:40

Paul Desmond (as); Dorio Ferreira (g); Ron Carter (b); Airto Moriera (d).
Overdubbed later
Marky Markowitz, Marvin, Stamm (tp,flhrn); Paul Faulise (b-tb); Jimmy Buffington (frhrn); Phil Bodner, George Marge (sax,cl,oboe); Don Hammond, Hubert Laws (f,alto f); Stan Webb, Jr. (f,alto f,perc); Jack Jennings, Airto Moreira (perc); Lewis Eley, Paul Gershmman, George Ockner, Eugene Orloff, Raoul Poliakin, Max Pollikoff, Matthew Raimondi, Sylvan Shulman, Avram Weiss (vln); Charles McCracken, George Ricci (cello); Margaret Ross (harp); Don Sebesky (arr).

i. (tk. 51) From The Hot Afternoon (Milton Nascimento) – 3:30

Paul Desmond (as); Dorio Ferreira (g); Ron Carter (b); Airto Moriera (d).

j. (tk. 55) From The Hot Afternoon (alt take) – 2:38
k. (tk 59: Pt. 1) Canto Latino (Latin Chant)
l. (tk 60: Pt. 2) Canto Latino (Latin Chant)
m. (tk 61: Pt. 3) Canto Latino (Latin Chant)

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: August 14, 1969
Paul Desmond (as); Dorio Ferreira (g); Ron Carter (b); Airto Moriera (d).

n. (tk. 66) Catavento (alt take) – 2:22

Paul Desmond (as); Dorio Ferreira (g); Ron Carter (b); Airto Moriera (d).
Overdubbed later
Marky Markowitz, Marvin, Stamm (tp,flhrn); Paul Faulise (b-tb); Jimmy Buffington (frhrn); Phil Bodner, George Marge (sax,cl,oboe); Don Hammond, Hubert Laws (f,alto f); Stan Webb, Jr. (f,alto f,perc); Jack Jennings, Airto Moreira (perc); Lewis Eley, Paul Gershmman, George Ockner, Eugene Orloff, Raoul Poliakin, Max Pollikoff, Matthew Raimondi, Sylvan Shulman, Avram Weiss (vln); Charles McCracken, George Ricci (cello); Margaret Ross (harp); Don Sebesky (arr).

o. (tk. 70) Catavento (Milton Nascimento) – 2:45

Paul Desmond (as); Dorio Ferreira (g); Ron Carter (b); Airto Moriera (d).

p. (tk. 74) Canto Latino (Latin Chant) (alt take) – 3:52

Paul Desmond (as); Dorio Ferreira (g); Ron Carter (b); Airto Moriera (d).
Overdubbed later
Marky Markowitz, Marvin, Stamm (tp,flhrn); Paul Faulise (b-tb); Jimmy Buffington (frhrn); Phil Bodner, George Marge (sax,cl,oboe); Don Hammond, Hubert Laws (f,alto f); Stan Webb, Jr. (f,alto f,perc); Jack Jennings, Airto Moreira (perc); Lewis Eley, Paul Gershmman, George Ockner, Eugene Orloff, Raoul Poliakin, Max Pollikoff, Matthew Raimondi, Sylvan Shulman, Avram Weiss (vln); Charles McCracken, George Ricci (cello); Margaret Ross (harp); Don Sebesky (arr).

q. (tk. 79/82) Canto Latino (Latin Chant) (Milton Nascimento) – 4:21

Paul Desmond (as); Dorio Ferreira (g); Ron Carter (b); Airto Moriera (d,perc).

r. (tk. 89) Gira Girou (Round ‘n’ Round) (alt take) – 4:14

Paul Desmond (as); Dorio Ferreira (g); Ron Carter (b); Airto Moriera (d).
Overdubbed later
Marky Markowitz, Marvin, Stamm (tp,flhrn); Paul Faulise (b-tb); Jimmy Buffington (frhrn); Phil Bodner, George Marge (sax,cl,oboe); Don Hammond, Hubert Laws (f,alto f); Stan Webb, Jr. (f,alto f,perc); Jack Jennings, Airto Moreira (perc); Lewis Eley, Paul Gershmman, George Ockner, Eugene Orloff, Raoul Poliakin, Max Pollikoff, Matthew Raimondi, Sylvan Shulman, Avram Weiss (vln); Charles McCracken, George Ricci (cello); Margaret Ross (harp); Don Sebesky (arr).

s. (tk. 94) Gira Girou (Round ‘n’ Round) (Milton Nascimento) – 4:30

Issues: a-c, e-g, i, o, q & s on A&M SP-3024, A&M SP-9-3024, A&M CD 0824 [CD], A&M (E) AMLS 968, A&M (Jap) AMP-18016, A&M (Jap) LAX-3106, A&M (Jap) C25Y-3809, A&M (Jap) D32Y-3809 [CD], A&M (Jap) POCM-5018 [CD]. a-j & n-s on Verve 314 543 487-2 [CD], Universal (Jap) UCCM-9223 [CD], Universal (Jap) UCCU-9371 [CD]. 
Samplers: a also on A&M SP-6-3021 titled AUDIO MASTER PLUS SERIES SAMPLER: VOL. 2. e also on Dubas Musica (Br) 325912004742 7 [CD] titled BOSSA NOVA LOUNGE - DREAMER. g also on A&M/Pony Canyon (Jap) D30Y-3215 [CD] titled A&M/CTI: THE BEST COLLECTION VOL. 2. i also on A&M (E) AMLB 1003 titled JAZZ IN A PENTHOUSE, Verve 314 543 594-2 [CD] titled PASSPORT TO BRAZIL and Verve (Ger) 06024 9841468 [CD] titled SUMMER JAZZ (VERVE JAZZ CLUB).
Producer: Creed Taylor
Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
Notes: Gene Lees
Jacket: Pete Turner (photography), Sam Antupit (design)


Hubert Laws
unknown location, unknown date c. 1969

unknown musicians inc. Hubert Laws (f).

unknown titles

Note: Unissued session scheduled for release as A&M SP-3026, probably issued as CTI 1002 (see immediately below).


CRYING SONG
Hubert Laws
American Sound Studios; Memphis, Tennessee: July 23, 1969

Hubert Laws (f); Bobby Wood (p); Bobby Emmons (org); Reggie Young (g); Mike Leech (b); Gene Chrisman (d). 
Overdubbed later: prob. New York City
Ernie Royal, Marvin Stamm (tp,flhrn); Garnett Brown, Tony Studd (tb); Art Clarke, Seldon Powell (sax); Glen Spreen, Mike Leech (brass arr). 

a. I've Gotta Get A Message To You (Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb) - 3:05
b. Listen To The Band (Mike Nesmith) - 3:20

American Sound Studios; Memphis, Tennessee: July 24, 1969
Hubert Laws (f); Bobby Wood (p); Bobby Emmons (org); Reggie Young (g); Mike Leech (b); Gene Chrisman (d). 
Overdubbed later: prob. New York City
Ernie Royal, Marvin Stamm (tp,flhrn); Garnett Brown, Tony Studd (tb); Art Clarke, Seldon Powell (sax); Ed Shaughnessy (tabla, sand blocks); Glen Spreen, Mike Leech (brass arr).

c. Feelin' Alright? (D. Mason) - 2:50

Ed Shaughnessy out.

d. Let It Be (Lennon/McCartney) - 3:30 

Same or similar, add Lewis Eley, Paul Gershman, George Ockner, Gene Orloff, Raoul Pollikoff, Matthew Raimondi, Sylvan Shulman, Avram Weiss (vln); Charles McCracken, George Ricci (cello); Bob James (string arr).

e. Love Is Blue (Popp/Blackburn/Cour)/Sing A Rainbow (Arthur Hamilton) - 3:20
f. La Jean (John Christopher) - 2:30

Note: The above sessions, recorded in Memphis with Elvis Presley's rhythm section, were originally intended to be a feature for Stanley Turrentine. However, Turrentine was unable to make it and Laws was asked by Creed Taylor to fly in from New York to do the date.

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: September 23, 1969
Hubert Laws (f); Bob James (el-p, org); George Benson (g); Ron Carter (b); Billy Cobham (d).

g. Crying Song (from the motion picture More) (R. Waters) - 4:50

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: September 24, 1969
Hubert Laws (f); Bob James (el-p, org); George Benson (g); Ron Carter (b); Grady Tate (d).

h. How Long Will It Be? (Hubert Laws) - 5:50
i. Cymbaline (from the motion picture More) (R. Waters) - 3:55

Note: These sessions were probably intended to be released as A&M SP-3026 (see immediately above).

Issues: a-i on CTI 1002, CTI 6000, One Way (Br) OW-541, CTI (Jap) SR-3301, CTI (Jap) SR-3325, CTI (Jap) GP-3111, CTI (Jap) LAX-3265, CTI (Jap) K20P-6812, CTI (Jap) K20Y-9518 [CD], CBS Associated ZK 40925 [CD]. 
Singles: f & d also on CT 501 [45]. c (2:30 edit) & d (2:05 edit) also on CT 505 [45]. 
Samplers: c also on CTI/Dureco (Du) INT 89.24 titled JAZZ IS ALIVE AND WELL ON CTI AND KUDU and CTI/Kudu (Hol) OM 777.018 titled FEELIN' ALLRIGHT. d & f also on Salvation SAL-1000 titled THE POWER THE GLORY AND THE MUSIC. g also on CBS Associated ZK 40937 [CD] titled FIRE INTO MUSIC: VOLUME 3
Producer: Creed Taylor
Engineer: Tom Cogbill (a-f), Rudy Van Gelder (g-i).
Notes: N/A
Jacket: CTI 1002: Price Givens (cover photo), Tony Lane (design). CTI 6000: Pete Turner (cover photo), Chuck Stewart (liner photo), Bob Ciano (design).


STONEBONE
J.J. Johnson & Kai Winding
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: September 23, 1969
unknown personnel including J.J. Johnson, Kai Winding (tb); Herbie Hancock, Bob James (key); George Benson (g); Ron Carter (b); Grady Tate (d).

a. (tk. 1) Taurus (J.J. Johnson)
b. (tk. 3) Dontcha Hear Me Callin To Ya? (Rudy Stevenson)

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: September 24, 1969
same or similar, add Ross Tompkins (key).

c. (tk. 20) Mojo (J.J. Johnson)

same or similar.

d. (tk. 22) Anticipation
e. (tk. 24) Ballad In C Minor (J.J. Johnson)

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: September 25, 1969
same or similar, add Ross Tompkins (key).

f. (tk. 27/30) Ding (Kai Winding)

same or similar, add Ross Tompkins (key).

g. (tk. 37,43,44) Recollections (Joe Zawinul?)

same or similar.

h. Musings

Note: (1) STONEBONE was scheduled for American release as A&M SP-3027, but it was never issued in the United States using that number. (2) Above data comes from Creed Taylor's recording logs and do not include the title "Musings," which is a title that appears on A&M (Jap) 330 and most certainly an alternate title for one of the unissued selections listed above (a, d, e, f).  (3) Details courtesy of Arnaldo DeSouteiro, Eumir Deodato and Dan Skea.

Issues: b, c, g & h on A&M (Jap) 330.
Producer: Creed Taylor
Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
Notes: unknown
Jacket: unknown


THE OTHER SIDE OF ABBEY ROAD
George Benson
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: October 22, 1969

collective personnel inc. Wayne Andre (tb,euphonium); Mel Davis, Bernie Glow, Marvin Stamm (tp,flhrn); Freddie Hubbard (tp); Jerome Richardson (ts,f); Sonny Fortune (as); Don Ashworth (bs); Phil Bodner (f,oboe); Hubert Laws (f); Herbie Hancock, Ernie Hayes, Bob James (p,org,harpsichord); George Benson (g,vcl); Ron Carter, Gerry Jemmott (b); Idris Muhammad, Ed Shaughnessy (d); Ray Barretto, Andy Gonzalez (perc) Rauol Poliakin, Max Pollikoff (vln); George Ricci (cello); Emanuel Vardi (cello); Don Sebesky (arr).

a. (tk. 28) I Want You (She’s So Heavy) (Lennon McCartney)
b. (tk. 29) Come Together (Lennon McCartney)

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: October 22, 1969
same or similar.

c. (tk. 35) Golden Slumbers (Lennon/McCartney) 
d. (tk. 41) Oh! Darling (Lennon/McCartney) 
e. (tk. 46) Something (George Harrison)

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: November 4, 1969
same or similar.

f. (tk. 52) Golden Slumbers (Lennon/McCartney) 
g. (tk. 55) Here Comes The Sun (George Harrison)

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: November 5, 1969
same or similar.

h. (tk. 58) The End (Lennon-McCartney)
i. (tk. 62) Octopus’s Garden (Richard Starkey)
j. (tk. 66) Because/Come Together (Lennon/McCartney)

as above, unknown date.

k. You Never Give Me Your Money (Lennon/McCartney) 

Note: (1) The above titles were edited together in the studio to appear as a sort of suite. (2) It is unknown which version of "Golden Slumbers" (c or f) is the final version. (3) A&M SP-3028 was issued in March 2004 by Speakers Corner Records (Germany) as a 180 gram heavy vinyl audiophile LP.

Issues: a-b, c (or f), g-k on A&M SP-3028, A&M SP-9-3028, A&M CD-0821 [CD], A&M 3028-2 [CD], RTB (Yu) LP5924, A&M (Jap) LAX-3109, A&M (Jap) C25Y-3807, A&M (Jap) AMP-18014, A&M (Jap) D32Y-3807 [CD], A&M (Jap) POCM-5013 [CD], A&M (Jap) POCM-5063 [CD], A&M UCCU-5230 [CD]. 
Singles: c (or f) + k on A&M 8395 [45]. 
Samplers: a, d, g & j also on CTI (Jap) GP-3091 titled HIMSELF. a also on A&M SP-6-3021 titled AUDIO MASTER PLUS SERIES SAMPLER: VOL. 2. c (or f) + k also on Shock (Aus) SMTV098 [CD] titled UNDERCOVER BEATLES. c (or f), k, d & g also on A&M SP-3203 titled GEORGE BENSON: THE BEST. d also on A&M/Pony Canyon (Jap) D30Y-3215 [CD] titled A&M/CTI: THE BEST COLLECTION VOL. 2. d, e, h & i also on A&M (Eu) 397073-2 [CD] titled A&M GOLD SERIES: GEORGE BENSON. d, f, g, k also on A&M (Can) SP-9050 titled ENCORE: THE BEST OF GEORGE BENSON. e + i also on Verve 314 521 861-2 [CD] titled GEORGE BENSON: JAZZ MASTERS 21. g also on Warner Bros. 2HW 3577, Warner Bros. 3577-2 [CD], WEA (E) K 66107, WEA (Eu) 7599.23577 [CD], WEA (Aus) 4626852 [CD], Warner Bros. (Jap) P-5599/5600-W titled THE GEORGE BENSON COLLECTION and Verve (Ger) 06007 5315645 [CD] titled SPACED OUT JAZZ (JAZZ CLUB). j also on Manteca (E) MANTDCD204 [CD] titled SMOOTH JAZZ: THE ESSENTIAL ALBUM and Boutique (Ger) 06007 5324578 [CD] titled BEATLES VS. STONES.
Producer: Creed Taylor
Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
Notes: N/A
Jacket: Eric Meola (photography), Sam Antupit (design).


Herbie Mann
unknown location, unknown date c. 1969

unknown musicians inc. Herbie Mann (f).

unknown titles

Note: Unissued session scheduled for release as A&M SP-3029, although this number was used as A&M SP-9-3029 in 1984 for the non-CTI Gato Barbieri compilation titled PASSION & FIRE.

Issues: None.


KATHY McCORD
Kathy McCord
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: November 18, 19, 20, 24 and December 2, 1969

Hubert Laws (f); Paul Harris (p, org); John Hall (g); Harvey Brooks (b); Willis Kelly (d); Ed Shaughnessy (d, tabla); Kathy McCord (vcl); Don Sebesky (string and brass arr).

a. Rainbow Ride (Kathy McCord) - 5:05
b. I'm Leaving  Home (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) - 4:20
c. Candle Waxing (Kathy McCord) - 4:10
d. Baby James (Kathy McCord) - 3:10
e. The Love Flow (Kathy McCord) - 3:00
f. New York Good Sugar/Love Lyric #7 (Kathy McCord) - 3:55
g. For You, Child (Kathy McCord) - 3:07
h. Jennipher (Kathy McCord) - 4:36
i. Take Away This Pain (Kathy McCord) - 5:47
j. Velvet Smile (Kathy McCord/Billy Vera) - 3:15

Issues: a-j on CTI 1001, CTI (Sp) TCS 4004, CTI (Jap) SR-3302, Vivid (Jap) VSCD 728 [CD]. 
Singles: i on CTI CT-502 [45]. f (edit), f (edit) on CTI (Sp) TC-2022 [45] (?).
Samplers:
a-j also on Big Beat (E) CDWIK2 289 [CD] titled NEW JERSEY TO WOODSTOCK.
Producer:
Creed Taylor 
Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
Notes: Billy Vera, Kathy McCord (Big Beat (E) CDWIK2 289 [CD]).
Jacket: Price Givens (cover photo). Tony Lane (design).


FLOW
Flow
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: December 17 and 18, 1969 and January 20, 1970

John Winter (ts,ss,f,p,el-p,org,hca); Don Felder (g); Chuck Newcomb (b,vcl); Mike Barnett (d); Ed Shaughnessy, Angel Allende, Johnny Pacheco (cga,tabla,cowbell).

a. Daddy (C. Newcomb) - 3:35
b. Here We Go Again (M. Barnett/J. Winter) - 6:45
c. Line 'Em (Leadbelly, arr. by Flow) - 2:45
d. Gotta Get Behind Your Trip (C. Newcomb/J. Winter) - 3:30
e. Chicken Farm (M. Barnett/J. Winter/B. Ruff) - 2:50
f. No Lack Of Room (C. Newcomb/D. Felder) - 3:50
g. Summer's Gone (J. Winter)- 5:50
h. Mr. Invisible (C. Newcomb/J. Winter) - 3:55
i. Arlene (J. Winter) - 5:05

Issues: a-i on CTI 1003, CTI (Jap) SR-3304, Vivid (Jap) VSCD 729 [CD]. 
Singles: a & h on CTI CT-503 [45]. c & a on CTI (Sp) TC-2007 [45]. h & f on CTI (Sp) TC-2023 [45].
Production:
Creed Taylor 
Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
Notes: N/A 
Jacket: Tony Lane (cover design/photo). Mike Barnett (liner sketch).


Hack Bartholomew
prob. New York City: c. 1969

Harold Thomas (arr).

a. La La You (Harold Thomas) - 2:40
b. Let Me Tell You What I Found Out (Herman J. Bartholomew) - 2:15

Issues: a & b on CTI CT-504 [45]. 
Producer:
Harold Thomas


OKLAHOMA TOAD
Dave Frishberg
New York City and Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: prob. c. 1969

Bill Berry (tp,flhrn); Garnett Brown (tb); Al Cohn (ts); Sol Schlinger (bs); Dave Frishberg (p,el-p,org,clav,vcl,arr); Stuart Scharf (g); Russell George (b); Herb Lovelle (d).

a. One Horse Town (Dave Frishberg) - 3:25
b. Van Lingle Mungo (Dave Frishberg) - 2:45
c. The Secret Of Success (Dave Frishberg) - 2:30
d. Oklahoma Toad (Dave Frishberg) - 3:30
e. The Prophet Of Doom (Dave Frishberg) - 3:40
f. Rocky Mountain Water (Dave Frishberg) - 2:55
g. You Can't Go (Dave Frishberg) - 2:25
h. Wallflower Lonely, Cornflower Blue (Dave Frishberg) - 2:23
i. Nasty Nasty Habit (Dave Frishberg) - 2:25
j. I Don't Believe You (Dave Frishberg) - 4:30 

"Producer's Mix" -

k. Nasty, Nasty Habit
l. You' Can't Go
m. Oklahoma Toad
n. Van Lingle Mungo
o. The Secret Of Success
p. I Don't Believe You
q. The Prophet Od Doom
r. One Horse Town
s. Rocky Mountain Water
t. Wallflower Lonely, Cornflower Blue
u. The Ballad Or Ralph Nader

Note: CTI 1004 was reissued on vinyl in 2004 and can be detected by the replacement of the original's cardboard cover stock with a more contemporary card stock and the (mistaken?) replacement of the original's green label with the orange and red label used by CTI following this LP's original issue.

Issues: a-j on CTI 1004, CTI (Jap) SR-3306, Vivid (Jap) VSCD 723 [CD]. a-u on Muzak (Jap) MZCS-1224/1225 [CD].
Singles: b & i also on CTI CT-509 [45].
Producer:
David Rosner and Margo Guryan
Engineer: Warren Schatz, Larry Schnapf. "Re-recorded and mastered by Rudy Van Gelder."
Notes: N/A 
Jacket: Cover photo courtesy of The Museum of Natural History. Tony Lane (design). 


John Martine
prob. New York City: c. 1969

John Martine (vcl) with unknown g,el-g,b,d,perc and vcl.

a. Train Station (John Martine) - 2:05
b. What I Chose To Say (John Martine) - 2:10

Issues: a-b on CTI CT-506 [45]. 
Producer:
David Rosner and Margo Guryan (Creed Taylor)
Engineer: poss. Rudy Van Gelder


JAZZ IN A PENTHOUSE
Various Artists

Recorded: 1967-69. Issued: 1970.

a. Samba With Some Barbecue - Paul Desmond (from SUMMERTIME)  - 4:20
b. Fly Me To The Moon - Wes Montgomery (from ROAD SONG) - 2:50
c. Lonely Girl - Pete Jolly - 5:32
d. St. M - Nat Adderley (from CALLING OUT LOUD) - 3:30
e. The Letter - Herbie Mann (from GLORY OF LOVE) - 3:20
f. Last Train To Clarksville - George Benson 
     (from SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME) - 5:30
g. Wave - Antonio Carlos Jobim (from WAVE) - 2:50
h. Both Sides Now - The Winter Consort - 3:10
i. From The Hot Afternoon - Paul Desmond (from FROM THE HOT AFTERNOON) - 3:19
j. Killer Joe - Quincy Jones (from WALKING IN SPACE) - 5:08

Issues: a-j on A&M (E) AMLB 1003.
Notes: Don Sollash 


AUDIO MASTER PLUS SERIES SAMPLER: VOL. 1
Compilation: Various Artists

a. Shape Of Things That Are And Were (from SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME)
b. Lamento (from WAVE)
c. Autumn Leaves (from SUMMERTIME)
d. Wind Song (from DOWN HERE ON THE GROUND)
e. New Orleans (from YOU, BABY)
f. Killer Joe (from WALKING IN SPACE)
g. Israel (from ISRAEL)
h. Jackie, All (from TELL IT LIKE IT IS)
i. California Nights (from A DAY IN THE LIFE)

Issues: A&M SP-6-3000.
Producer:
Creed Taylor 
Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
Notes: unknown
Jacket: Pete Turner (cover photography). Mike Fink (design).


AUDIO MASTER PLUS SERIES SAMPLER: VOL. 2
Compilation: Various Artists

a. I Got A Woman (from I GOT A WOMAN AND SOME BLUES)
b. Road Song (from ROAD SONG)
c. Europa (from PASSION & FIRE by Gato Barbieri)
d. Circles (from FROM THE HOT AFTERNOON)
e. Tres Pontas (from COURAGE)
f. I Want You (She's So Heavy) (from THE OTHER SIDE OF ABBEY ROAD)
g. Walkin' (from GULA MATARI)
h. Tema Jazz (from TIDE)
i. Love Is Stronger Far Than We (from GLORY OF LOVE)

Issues: A&M SP-6-3021.
Producer:
a-b & d-i by Creed Taylor. c by Herb Alpert. 
Engineer: a-b & d-i by Rudy Van Gelder.
Notes: unknown
Jacket: Pete Turner (cover photography). Mike Fink (design). Chuck Beeson (art direction)

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