Teddy Charles - The Vibraphone Players Of Bethlehem, Volume 1 album FLAC
Charles is the main soloist although there is some space for his notable sidemen (including pianist Hank Jones, valve trombonist Bob Brookmeyer, Zoot Sims on tenor and trumpeter Art Farmer) but few fireworks occur. The end results, even with occasional uptempo tunes, are a bit too relaxed and tasteful to recreate the excitement of a typical Lionel Hampton performance.
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Vibraphone – Teddy Charles. Recorded 1959 originally on Bethlehem. The Vibraphone Players Of Bethlehem, Volume 1 (CD, Album, RE, RM). Bethlehem Records.
length: 5:13 producer: Red Clyde recording engineer: Red Clyde bass: Addison Farmer tenor saxophone: Zoot Sims trumpet: Art Farmer valve trombone: Bob Brookmeyer vibraphone: Teddy Charles drums (drum set): Ed Thigpen. 2. Midnight Sun. length: 2:44 producer: Red Clyde recording engineer: Red Clyde bass: Addison Farmer tenor saxophone: Zoot Sims trumpet: Art Farmer valve trombone: Bob Brookmeyer vibraphone: Teddy Charles drums (drum set): Ed Thigpen. 3 On the Sunny Side of the Street
This album as reissued on CD is known as Salute to Hamp and subtitled "The Vibraphone Players of Bethlehem, Vol. 1" as issued originally on the Bethlehem label, reissued by Avenue Jazz. It showcases Charles, not so much in an evolutionary fashion, but as a complete performer and bandleader. He is a singularly unique jazzman who anyone can appreciate, and is quite able to hold interest of listeners beyond conventional wisdom of what well-worn standards can sound like with just a little inspiration and soul. Teddy Charles - A Salute To Hamp (1959) A Vibraphone Players Of Bethlehem, Vo. ; Remastered Reissue 1994. Date: 21 Feb 2019 11:56:10.
All vibraphonists owe a debt of gratitude to Lionel Hampton for paving the way in traditional and modern jazz, pioneering the instrument as more than in an accompanist role or being heard only in lounges. This album as reissued on CD is known as Salute to Hamp and subtitled "The Vibraphone Players of Bethlehem, Vol.
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Written-By – Mercer*, Berke*, Hampton*
|3||On The Sunny Side Of The Street
Arranged By – Ted Lewis
|4||He's Gone Again||2:20|
|5||Stomping At The Savoy||3:18|
Written-By – Hoagy Carmichael
Written-By – Eddie DeLange
|10||On The Sunny Side Of The Street (Alt. Take)
Arranged By – Ted Lewis
|11||Stomping At The Savoy (Alt. Take 14)||3:16|
|12||Moon Glow (Alt. Take 4)
Written-By – Eddie DeLange
|13||Blue Ham (Alt. Take 5)||4:14|
|14||Jake The Bell Boy (Alt. Take 2)||2:56|
|15||Jake The Bell Boy (Alt. Take 3)||3:06|
- Bass – Addison Farmer
- Compiled By, Remastered By – Tom Moulton
- Drums – Ed Thigpen
- Engineer – Rick Essig, Tom Moulton
- Liner Notes – Michael Paul Lund
- Other [Provided Original Album Art] – Leon Leavitt
- Performer – Hank Jones
- Producer, Recorded By – Red Clyde
- Saxophone – Zoot Sims
- Trombone – Bob Brookmeyer
- Vibraphone, Piano – Teddy Charles
NotesPart of the Bethlehem Classic Jazz Series.
The cover art is that of the original album, entitled Salute To Hamp with the artist listed as Teddy Charles And His Sextet.
Recorded at BellTone Studios in Hollywood on February 10th, 1959.
Compiled and remastered at Frankford Wayne Mastering Labs, NY.
℗ 1987 Bethlehem Music Company, Inc.
© 1986, 1994 Bethlehem Music Company, Inc.
Bethlehem Jazz owned and distributed by Bethlehem Music Company, Inc.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 742827400822
- Matrix / Runout: W.O.11608/2
- Other (Other CD Matrix data): D303357-1
|BCP 6032||Teddy Charles And His Sextet||Salute To Hamp (Flyin' Home) (LP, Album, Mono, Dee)||Bethlehem Records||BCP 6032||US||1959|
|AMR 5995||Teddy Charles||The Vibraphone Players Of Bethlehem (9xFile, MP3, Album, 320)||Sinetone AMR||AMR 5995||2016|
|CDSOL-6147||Teddy Charles And His Sextet||Salute To Hamp (Flyin' Home) (CD, Album, RM)||Bethlehem Records, Solid Records||CDSOL-6147||Japan||2014|
|R2 79848||Teddy Charles||Salute To Hamp (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Avenue Jazz||R2 79848||US||2000|
|BCP 6032, FSR 2004||Teddy Charles And His Sextet||Salute To Hamp (Flyin' Home) (LP, Album, RE)||Bethlehem Records, Fresh Sound Records||BCP 6032, FSR 2004||Spain||1986|