Art Tatum had recorded a lot of playing in solo performances and his trio performances.
Today I heard a valuable record that Art Tatum participated in the all star jam session.
Esquire Magazine selected ”The All American Band” in 1944.
Photo above of Esquire’s jazz concert at the Metropolitan Opera House by courtesy of NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
The band was made up of Armstrong and Roy Eldridge, trumpets; Barney Bigard, clarinet; Sidney Catlett, drums; Al Casey, guitar; Coleman Hawkins, sax; Oscar Pettiford, bass; Art Tatum, piano; Red Norvo, xylophone; Lionel Hampton, vibraharp, and Jack Teagarden, trombone.
They were gathered at the the Metropolitan Opera House in January 18.
The concert was broadcast on NBC Blue network and around the world on Armed Forces Radio.
Photo above of the Metropolitan Opera House(it was located on Broadway in 39th street) by NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
The day before yesterday, one photo has arrived from my old friend.
He told me that he wanted me to check “Where was it shot” and “Who the source of the image is”.
Unfortunately there was no information other than “Art Tatum at Jazz City, Hollywood”.
If you have information on the details of the photo, please contact me.
So please listen to the performance of Art Tatum from the Jazz at the Hollywood Bowl.
This recording became his last performance, and three months later on November 5 he died.
In addition, this recording date (August 15) was Oscar Peterson’s birthday.
Photo above of Art Tatum with Oscar Peterson by courtesy of Pinerest
グーグル検索等で調べましたが「Art Tatum at Jazz City, Hollywood」以外の情報がありませんでした。
そんな訳で「Jazz at the Hollywood Bowl」からArt Tatumの演奏をお聞き下さい。
Here is Introduction To Art Tatum by Noman Granz.
Concert at Hollywood Bowl August 15.1956
Here is Art Tatum plays “Someone To Watch Over Me”.
Here is Charlie Ventura Quartet play ”Deep Purple.”
Members of the recording are the same as above. Deep Purple
Here is The Flip Phillips with Buddy Rich Trio play “Three Little Words” .
Flip Phillips(ts),Buddy Rich(ds), Hank Jones(p) Dec.14.1952 Three Little Words
Flip Phillips And His Orchestra play “Goodbye” .
Allen Smith (tp) Chuck Etter (tb) Flip Phillips (ts) Jerome Richardson (bar) Richard Wyands (p) Vernon Alley (b) Earl Watkins (d) San Francisco, CA, February, 1952 Goodbye
Photo by YouTube
Here is 武田和命 and 山下洋輔 play “Gentle November”.
Photo above of Benny Goodman (left) and Ziggy Elman of the 640th Army Air Forces Band
Here is Ziggy Elman and His Orchestra play “Fralich In Swing .”
Ziggy Elman(tp), Dave Matthews, Noni Bernardi(as),Jerry Jerome, Arthur Rollini(ts),Jess Stacy(p),Ben Heller(g),Harry Goodman(sb),Al Kendis(d) New York, December 28, 1938.
Here is Benny Goodman and his Orchestra play “The Angels Sing”.
Vocal by Martha Tilton(vo),Ziggy Elman(tp) New York, February 1, 1939.
Here is Benny Goodman and his Orchestra play “Cuckoo in the Clock”.
Johnny Mercer(vo),Ziggy Elman(tp) New York, February 1, 1939.
Here is Jess Stacy with Ziggy Elman play “King Porter Stomp”.
Ziggy Elman(tp),Murray McEachern(tb),Heinie Beau(as), Charles Gentry(bs), Vido Musso(ts),Allan Reuss(g),Jess Stacy(p),Artie Shapiro(b),Nick Fatool(ds)Atlantic LP1225 LA. June 1955.