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Tea For Two (6:59) Personnel: Harry "Sweets" Edison - tp Arnold Ross - p Joe Comfort - b Alvin Stoller - d Re. Live At The Haig, Hollywood, CA, July 1, 1953. wav" WAVE TRACK 01 AUDIO TITLE "September In The Rain" PERFORMER "Harry Edison Quartet" INDEX 01 00:00:00 TRACK 02 AUDIO TITLE "'S Wonderful" PERFORMER "Harry Edison Quartet" INDEX 00 06:30:57 FILE "02. 'S Wonderful
Harry Edison (October 10, 1915 – July 27, 1999) was an American jazz trumpeter and member of the Count Basie Orchestra. Born in Columbus, Ohio, Edison spent his early childhood in Louisville, Kentucky, where he was introduced to music by an uncle. After moving back to Columbus at the age of 12, the young Edison began playing the trumpet with local bands. In 1933, he became a member of the Jeter-Pillars Orchestra in Cleveland. Afterwards he played with the Mills Blue Rhythm Band and Lucky Millinder. In 1937 he moved to New York and joined the Count Basie Orchestra.
The Haig Club, Los Angeles, CA. Submit Corrections. Carefree Cheerful Lively Playful Elegant Fun Refined Boisterous Freewheeling Happy Smooth Stylish. Relaxation Reminiscing Dinner Ambiance Sunday Afternoon. Harry "Sweets" Edison.
Tracklist: 01. September In The Rain (6:32) 02. 'S Wonderful (3:56) 03. Just You, Just Me (3:53) 04. Indiana (5:46) 05. Pennies From Heaven (6:20) 06. These Foolish Things (7:25) 07. Tea For Two (6:59). Personnel: Harry "Sweets" Edison - tp Arnold Ross - p Joe Comfort - b Alvin Stoller - d. TURBOBIT.
Harry Sweets Edison (tp), Arnold Ross (p), Joe Comfort (b), Alvin Stoller (ds) Album：" Harry Edison Quartet, Sweets At The Haig " Recorded：Live at the Haig, Hollywood, July 1, 1953. Now playing: Europe The Final Countdown.
A collection of live performances recorded at The Haig, Hollywood, July 1, 1953. Harry "Sweets" Edison - trumpet Arnold Ross - piano Joe Comfort - bass Alvin Stoller - drums. 1. September In The Rain 2. 'S Wonderful 3. Just You, Just Me 4. Indiana 5. Pennies From Heaven 6. These Foolish Things 7. Tea For Two.
2019 Original Mix. Pres & Sweets. Lester Young & Harry Edison. 2018 Doxy Collection; Verve, Remastered Version. Benny Carter, Maynard Ferguson, Oscar Peterson, Harry Edison, Barney Kessel, Ray Brown, Herb Ellis and the Johnny Richards Orchestra. The Complete "Best from the West".
|A1||These Foolish Things||7:05|
|B2||Pennies From Heaven||6:10|
- Bass – Joe Comfort
- Drums – Alvin Stoller
- Piano – Arnold Ross
- Trumpet – Harry Edison
|TOJJ-6032, PJLP-4||Harry Edison Quartet*||'Sweets' At The Haig (LP, Album, Mono, RE)||Pacific Jazz, Pacific Jazz||TOJJ-6032, PJLP-4||Japan||1997|
|L.D.E. 118||The Harry Edison Quartet||"Sweets" At The Haig (10", Album, Mono)||Vogue Records||L.D.E. 118||UK||1953|
|PJ LP-4||The Harry Edison Quartet||These Foolish Things / Indiana / September InThe Rain / Pennies From Heaven (10")||Pacific Jazz||PJ LP-4||US||Unknown|