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Echoes Of Joy/Big Band Swing

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KENT HARIAN
1 Carioca
2 You’d Be So Nice to Come Home To
3 Bernie’s Tune
4 I Got It Bad (And That Ain’t Good)
5 Nice Work If You Can Get It
6 Handy Andy
7 Crazy Rhythm
8 April in Paris
9 Take the “A” Train
10 Cheek to Cheek
11 Fascinating Rhythm
12 Jeepers Creepers
13 Miss Brown to You

TED McNABB
14 Mountain Greenery
15 I’ll Never Say “Never Again” Again
16 Blue Moon
17 Margie
18 That Old Feeling
19 Have You Met Miss Jones
20 Lover
21 You’re My Thrill

22 It Had to Be You
23 Three Little Words
24 Spring Is Here
25 Close As Pages in a Book
 
KENT HARIAN and His Orchestra “Echoes of Joy”
Arrangements by Jim Timmens, Bill Finegan (#8), and Gil Evans (#13)
Kent Harian (leader & conductor); Nick Travis, Al Maiorca, Billy Butterfield (tp); Sonny Russo, Rex Peer, Ollie Wilson (tb);
Tommy Mitchell (btb); Andy Fitzgerald (cl, fl); Harvey Estrin (fl, as); Hal McKusick (as); Al Cohn, Eddie Wasserman (ts);
Charlie O’Kane (bar); Buddy Neal (p, cel); Jerry Bruno (b); Joe Venuto (d)
 
RECORDED in New York City, December 1956

TED McNABB & Co. “Big Band Swing”
Arranged and Conducted by Marion Evans
Tracks #15, 17, 21 & 22: Bernie Glow, Burt Collins, Doc Severinsen, John Bello (tp); Urbie Green, Sy Berger, Frank Rehak (tb);
Dick Hixon (btb); Dick Meldonian, Gene Quill (as); Al Cohn, Zoot Sims (ts); Sol Schlinger (bar); Nat Pierce (p); Barry
Galbraith (g); Milt Hinton (b); Osie Johnson (d)

Tracks #14, 16, 20 & 25: Same as above but John Frosk (tp); Herb Geller (as); John Drew (b); and Don Lamond (d), replace
Doc Severinsen, Gene Quill, Milt Hinton and Osie Johnson

Tracks #18, 19, 23 & 24: Same as on November 19, but Al deRisi (tp), John Drew (b), and Don Lamond (d), replace Bernie
Glow, Milt Hinton and Osie Johnson
RECORDED in New York City, November 19, 23 & 25, 1959