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Teddy Wilson: Solo / Big Band

Teddy Wilson: Solo / Big Band by Teddy Wilson
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Teddy Wilson

Label: Storyville Records
Released: 2010
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Track Listing

CD1: Little Things That Mean SO Much; I Know That You Know; Stairway to the Stars; Exactly Like You; The Man I Love; Booly-Ja-Ja; Back To Back; Body and Soul; Lonesome Road; Dear Old Southland; Little Things That Mean So Much; A Ghost Of a Chance; Sunday; More Than You Know; Summer's End; Goin' Home Blues; Minute Steak; Sugar; At Sundown; Tuesday Jump; The Moon Is Low; Afternoon Blues; Little Things That Mean So Much; You're My Favorite Memory; Rhythmatics; Almost Blues; Tempo Positioned; Out Of Nowhere; Night and Day; Oh! Lady Be Good; Jumpin' Off. CD2: You Will Be Sorry; Chinatown, My Chinatown; Twilight Blue; Love Is the Sweetest Thing; Rose Room; Why Shouldn't I; Flying Home; Indiana; Embraceable You; A Touch of Boogie Woogie; B-Flat Swing; Don't Be That Way; Honeysuckle Rose; Mop Mop; I've Got Rhythm; Rose Room; Oh! Lady Be Good; The Way You Look Tonight; Stompin' At the Savoy; You're My Favorite Memory; The Sheik of Araby. CD3: Love; Strollin' Flying Home; King Porter Stomp; Medley: Serenata/When Your Lover Has Gone/Avalon; Summertime; You Can Depend On Me; I Ain't Got Nobody; All of Me; Liza; Medley: Sweet Lorraine/Body and Soul/I've Got the World On a String/April in Paris; Runnin' Wild; Basin Street Blues; Flying Home. CD4: Sweet Georgia Brown; Dinah; Body and Soul; I Know That You Know; I'm Confessin'; Whispering; It's the Talk Of the Town; Speculation; China Boy; Theme: Sunday Morning; Bye Bye Blues; My Man; Lover Come Back to Me; How High the Moon/Theme: Sunday Morning; Theme: Sunday Morning; Nobody's Sweetheart; Blues For Trombone; I Would Do Most Anything For You; Runnin' Wild; I Never Knew/Theme: Sunday Morning; Theme/Theme: Sunday Morning/Runnin' Wild; Tenderly; Just One Of Those Things; Moon Glow; Autumn In New York; All of Me; Tea For Two/Theme. CD5: After You've Gone; Memories of You; China Boy; Whispering; Body and Soul; The One I Love Belongs to Somebody Else; Poor Butterfly; Runnin' Wild; Flying Home; I've Got the World on a String; Just One of Those Things; Stomping at the Savoy; Air Mail Special; Basin Street Blues; I've Got Rhythm; Liza; It Had To Be You; Someone To Watch Over Me; Three Little Words; Tea For Two; Avalon; You're Driving me Crazy. CD6: Honeysuckle Rose; I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself A Letter; Medley: I've Got a Feeling I'm Falling/Ain't Msibehavin'; St. Louis Blues; Medley: In A Sentimental Mood/Mood Indigo; Perdido; Satin Doll; Take The "A" Train; Body and Soul; Basin Street Blues; Avalon; Moon Glow; I'll Remember April; Who Cares; Someone To Watch Over Me; S' Wonderful. CD7: S'Wonderful; Someday My Sweetheart; The Sheik of Araby; More Than You Know; Nobody's Sweetheart; Rose Room; China Boy; Sweet Sue; Moon Glow; Exactly Like You; Sweet Lorraine; Whispering; How High The Moon; Keeping Out Of Mischief Now; Don't Be That Way; Somebody Loves Me; St. Louis Blues; I'll Remember April. CD8: Shiny Stockings; Undecided; Like Someone In Love; Imagination; I Hadn't Anyone 'Til You; Fools Rush In; Tea For Two/Wilson talks; Body and Soul/Wilson talks; After You're Gone; Medley: I Can't Get Started/Moon Glow; Sweet Georgia Brown/Wilson talks; Shiny Stockings; Li'l Darling; One O'Clock Jump/Wilson talks; Medley: It Ain't Necessarily So/Bess, You Is My Woman/Summertime; But Not For Me/Wilson talks; Sophisticated Lady; Duke Ellington Medley: In A Sentimental Mood/It Don't Mean A Thing; Billy Strayhorn Medley: Lush Life/Take the "A" Train.


Additional Personnel / Information

Teddy Wilson: piano; Karl George, Harold "Shorty" Baker, Gene Price: trumpets; Jake Wiley, Floyd "Stumpy" Brady: trombone; Rudy Powell: clarinet, alto sax; Pete Clark: alto sax, clarinet, baritone sax; Ben Webster, George Irish: tenor sax, clarinet; Al Casey: guitar; Alfred Hall: bass; J.C. Heard: drums; Thelma Carpenter: vocals; Emmett Berry: trumpet; Benny Morton: trombone; Edmond Hall: clarinet; Slam Stewart: bass; Big Sid Catlett: drums; Arvell Shaw: bass; Bert Dahlander: drums; Charlie Shavers: trumpet; Red Norvo: vibes; Remo Palmieri: guitar; Specs Powell: drums; Walter Page: bass; Jo Jones: drums; Milt Hinton: bass; Kai Windig, J.J. Johnson: trombone; Hank D'Amico: clarinet; Dizzy Gillespie: trumpet; Coleman Hawkins: tenor sax; Gene Ramey: bass; Al Lucas: bass; Bobby Donaldson: drums; Hugo Rasmussen: bass; Ed Thigpen: drums; Jesper Lundgaard: bass; Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen: bass; William Schiopffe: drums.


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