COOTIE WILLIAMS IN HI-FI* MONO RCA BLACK DOG - 1S/A1 1S/A1 "I" PRESS *COOTIE WILLIAMS IN HI-FI - * MONO RCA BLACK DOG - 1S/A1 1S/A1 "I" PRESS * NM 9/10COOTIE WILLIAMS IN HI-FI * MONO RCA BLACK DOG - 1S/A1 1S/A1 "I" PRESS * NM 9/10 Cootie Williams, one of the finest trumpeters of the 1930s, expanded upon the role originally formed by Bu...38.00


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COOTIE WILLIAMS IN HI-FI * MONO RCA BLACK DOG - 1S/A1 1S/A1 "I" PRESS * NM 9/10 Cootie Williams, one of the finest trumpeters of the 1930s, expanded upon the role originally formed by Bubber Miley with Duke Ellington's Orchestra. Renowned for his work with the plunger mute, Cootie was also a fine soloist when playing open. Starting as a teenager, Cootie Williams played with a variety of local bands in the South, coming to New York with Alonzo Ross' Syncopators. He played for a short time with the orchestras of Chick Webb and Fletcher Henderson (recording with the latter), before joining Duke Ellington as Miley's replacement in February 1929. He was a fixture with Duke's band during the next 11 years, not only recording many classics with Ellington (including "Echoes of Harlem" and "Concerto for Cootie"), but leading some of his own sessions and recording with Lionel Hampton, Teddy Wilson, and Billie Holiday, in addition to being a guest at Benny Goodman's Carnegie Hall Concert in 1938. His decision to leave Ellington and join Goodman's orchestra in 1940 was considered a major event in the jazz world. During his year with B.G., Williams was well-featured with both the big band and Goodman's sextet. The following year he became a bandleader, heading his own orchestra which, at times in the 1940s, featured such up-and-coming players as pianist Bud Powell, tenorman Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, altoist/singer Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson, and even Charlie Parker. Although he had a hit (thanks to Willis Jackson's honking tenor) on "Gator," by 1948 Cootie had cut his group back to a sextet. Playing R&B-oriented music, he worked steadily at the Savoy, but by the 1950s was drifting into obscurity. However, in 1962, after a 22-year absence, Cootie Williams rejoined Duke Ellington, staying even beyond Duke's death in 1974 as a featured soloist. By then his solos were much simpler and more primitive than earlier (gone was the Louis Armstrong-inspired bravado), but Cootie remained the master with the plunger mute. He was semi-retired during his final decade, taking a final solo in 1978 on a Teresa Brewer record, and posthumously serving as an inspiration for Wynton Marsalis' own plunger playing. (AMG) Cootie Williams and His Orchestra ‎– Cootie Williams In Hi-Fi Label: RCA Victor ‎– LPM-1718 [MONO Black Dog] Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono Country: US Released: 1958 Track List: A1 Just In Time Written-By – Green*, Comden*, Styne* A2 Summit Ridge Drive Written-By – Artie Shaw A3 Nevertheless, I'm In Love With You Written-By – Kalmar*, Ruby* A4 On The Street Where You Live Written-By – Lerner-Loewe* A5 I'll See You In My Dreams Written-By – Gus Kahn, Isham Jones A6 Contrasts Written-By – Jimmy Dorsey B1 Caravan Written-By – Ellington*, Mills*, Tizol* B2 If I Could Be With You One Hour Tonight Written-By – Henry Creamer, Jimmy Johnson* B3 Air Mail Special Written-By – Goodman*, Christian*, Mundy* B4 My Old Flame Written-By – Arthur Johnston, Sam Coslow B5 Swingin' Down The Lane Written-By – Gus Kahn, Isham Jones B6 Concerto For Cootie Written-By – Cootie Williams Bass – Eddie Safranski Drums – Don Lamond (tracks: A6 to B2, B6), Osie Johnson (tracks: A1 to A5, B3 to B5) Guitar – Barry Galbraith (tracks: A2 to A5), George Barnes (tracks: A6 to B2, B6), Tony Mottola (tracks: A1, B3 to B5) Piano – Hank Jones (tracks: A1, B3 to B5), Henry Rowland (tracks: A2 to A5), Lou Stein (tracks: A6 to B2, B6) Saxophone – Boomie Richman* (tracks: A1 to A5, B3 to B5), Al Klink (tracks: A1, A6 to B6), Elwyn Fraser, Nick Caizza (tracks: A6 to B2, B6), Phil Bodner, Romeo Penque, Stanley Webb (tracks: A2 to A5) Trombone – Billy Byers, Bobby Byrne, Chauncy Welsch* (tracks: A2 to A5), Lou McGarity (tracks: A1, A6 to B6), Richard Hixon* Trumpet – Cootie Williams Notes: Recorded in Webster Hall, New York, March 5, March 25, and April 8, 1958. Matrix Side 1: J2 JP-4220 1S/A1 “I” Side 2: J2 JP-4220 1S/A1 “I” CLEANED ON VPI HW-27 TYPHOON [6-STEP PROCESS] LP’s RE-SLEEVED IN AUDIOPHILE QUALITY INNER SLEEVES JACKETS PROTECTED BY HIGH QUALITY JACKET PROTECTORS STORED HVAC SHIPPED IN DEDICATED LP BOX/MAILER ***TERMS OF SALE*** 1) Buyer responsible for PayPal Fees & Shipping costs. 2) MEDIA MAIL/TRACKING/INSURED [USA ONLY] 3) ASK ABOUT COMBINED SHIPPING 4) NOTE: I will not ship to certain "high risk" countries. ASK before you buy/bid. 5) Subject to prior sale on other sites, forums, & blogs 6) If you have received NEGATIVE FEEDBACK, you MAY NOT BID/BUY. 7) NO RETURNS ON SEALED LP’s FOR ANY REASON 8) !! ASK ABOUT FEE FREE OPTIONS !! *** AURALIC AUDIO FULL LINE DEALER ** *** RYAN SPEAKERS – A FULL LINE DEALER *** ~ LP SALES & COLLECTION ACQUISITIONS ~ “WE BUY LP COLLECTIONS” Thank you for looking.
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