Reggie Workman

The
Reggie Workman
Discography



A work in progress
by Rick Lopez

Born August 20, 1997

Update December 11, 2001, and nevermore.

If anyone would like to adopt this project, please contact me!





Selling My MUSIC COLLECTION!



Filling the Holes- PLEASE note that this document has some rather LARGE gaps I'm looking to fill. If you have some of the several recordings here that list only a title, I'd appreciate ANY assistance. My format is as follows, and I require as many of the details as are available:

Leader / Title
Label / issue # / media / release date / country
Session Date
Name of Live Venue or Studio
City, country
track titles / composer / matrix or take #s when available / time
Personnel / detailed instrumentation
Notes of interest, links, etc.



Visit the Reggie Workman Website

Interview and images at "Gallery 41 Presents Reggie Workman."

Also noted from confusing sources:

Thanks to those who've helped.



1959-60's

1970's

1980's

1990's


56.00.00 • Kenny Burrell: Best of Kenny Burrell

1956


60.03.11 • Gigi Gryce: Sayin' Something

Emarcy New Jazz NJLP8230 (LP) 1960; New Jazz WWLJ 7040 (LP) Jpn

March 11, 1960, New York City
Leila's Blues / #2077
1. Blues in the Jungle / #2078
1. Down Home / #2079
1. Back Breaker / #2080
1. Let Me Know / #2081
1. Jones Bones / #2082
Gigi Gryce (alto sax)
Richard Wyands (piano)
Richard Williams (trumpet-1,3,4,5)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Granville "Mickey" Roker (drums)

{Primary Source: Gigi Gryce Discography, M. Fitzgerald}
Not in my collection.

60.07.10 • Donald Byrd: Byrd In Flight {1}

Blue Note BLP 4048 (mono LP), BN BST 84048 (stereo LP) 1960; BN CDP 7243 8 52435 2 3 (Connoisseur Series CD) 1996; BN GXK-8125 (LP) Jpn; 31C152-53699 (LP) England

[Also:] July 10, 1960
Van Gelder Studios
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
Kimyas [rejected / UNISSUED]
1. Cecile [rejected / UNISSUED]
1. Little Boy Blue (E. Field / M. Adelstein) / tk 6 [7:26] {1,2}
1. Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea [rejected / UNISSUED]
1. Bo (Duke Pearson) / tk 14 [6:32] {1,3}
1. My Girl Shirl (Duke Pearson) / tk 16 [5:47] {1}
Donald Byrd (trumpet)
Jackie McLean (alto sax-1,2,4,5,6)
Duke Pearson (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Lex Humphries (drums)

{Primary Source: Blue Note Discography, Cuscuna/Ruppli}
Not in my collection.

60.08.04 • Duke Jordan: Flight to Jordan {1}

Blue Note BLP 4046 (mono LP), BST 84046 (stereo LP); CDP-7-46824-2 (CD); GXK 8119 (LP) Jpn; CP32-9519 (CD) Jpn; ZR23-1196 (CS) Jpn

[Also:] August 4, 1960
Van Gelder Studios
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
Flight to Jordan / tk 4 {1,2,3,4}
1. Si-joya / tk 8 {1,4}
1. Split Quick / tk 18 {1}
1. Squawkin' / tk 19 {1}
1. Diamond Stud / tk 25 {1}-*
1. Starbrite / tk 27 {1,2,4}
1. Deacon Joe / tk 29 {1}
1. I Should Care / tk 31 {1}-* [ * GXK 8119 omits these tracks]

Duke Jordan (piano)
Dizzy Reece (trumpet-1,2,3,4,5,6,7)
Stanley Turrentine (tenor sax-1,2,3,4,5,6,7)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Art Taylor (drums)

{Primary Source: Blue Note Discography, Ruppli / Cuscuna}
Not in my collection.


60.09.27 • Richard Williams: New Horn in Town

Candid SMJ 6181; CJM 8003

September 27, 1960
Place?
I Can Dream, Can't I?
1. I Remember Clifford
1. Ferris Wheel
1. Raucous Notes
1. Blues in a Quandary
1. Somewhere Over the Rainbow
1. Renita's Bounce
Richard Williams
Leo Wright
Richard Wyands
Reggie Workman (bass)
Bobby Thomas

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro}
Not in my collection.

61.01.00 • Gigi Gryce: Reminiscin'

Mercury MG 20628 / SR 60628 (LP); DMJ 5028 (LP) Jpn

January, 1961
Place?
A Night in Tunisia (Gillespie / Paparelli) [5:12]
Gigi Gryce (alto sax)
Richard Williams (trumpet)
Eddie Costa (violin)
Richard Wyands (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Bob Thomas (drums)

{Primary Source: info via D. Whitling}
Not in my collection.

61.01.30
61.02.01 • Dave Pike: It's Time For...

Riverside RLP 360 (LP)

January 30 & February 1, 1961
Place?
Cheryl
1. Green Dolphin Street
1. It's Time
1. Hot House
1. Forward
1. Solar
1. Little Girl Blue
1. Tendin' to Business
Dave Pike ()
Barry Harris ()
Reggie Workman (bass)
Billy Higgins (drums)

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro}
Not in my collection.

61.05.23 • John Coltrane: Africa / Brass {1}

Impulse A(S)6 (LP); MCA 254638 (LP); MCA 29007 (LP); MCA 42231 (LP); Imp 251993-1Z (LP); Pol A(S)6 (LP) Can; HMV CLP1548 (LP) Eng; HMV CSD1431 (LP) Eng; WRC ST996 (LP) Eng; Jas JAS8 (LP) Eng; VEGA IMP3 (LP) Fr; Col ICO52-90805 (LP) Ger; Ph P632 060L (LP) Ger; Imp IMP423 (LP) It; HMV QELP8049 (LP) It; HMV CSDQ6264 (LP) It; EMI 064-90805 (LP) It; Imp NY-3 (LP) Jpn; Imp SNY-3 (LP) Jpn; Imp MH3012 (LP) Jpn; Imp SH3018 (LP) Jpn; Imp SR3071 (LP) Jpn; Imp IMP88090 (LP) Jpn;Imp YS8501 (LP) Jpn; Imp P5912 (LP) Jpn; Imp YP8571 (LP) Jpn; MCA VIM4609 (LP) Jpn; Imp L302 (CS); MCA MCAC42231 (CS); MCA ASC6 (CS); Imp ITC302 (R2R); Jas JAS C8 (CS) Eng; Imp 254638-2YS (CD) Ger; Imp B02 (CS) Jpn; Imp 32XD589 (CD) Jpn; Imp MVCI-23090 (CD) Jpn

[Also:]
1. John Coltrane: A John Coltrane Retrospective: The Impulse! Years {1} {2}
Imp GRD3-119 (3CD); Imp GRP31192 (3CD); Imp 873438-931 (3CD) Ger
1. John Coltrane: Africa Brass Sessions Vol. 2 {2}
Imp AS9273 (LP); MCA 254648 (LP);MCA 29008 (LP); MCA 42232 (LP); Jas JAS59 (LP) Eng; EMI 064-95813Q (LP) It; Imp IMP88195 (LP) Jpn; Imp YS8507 (LP) Jpn;Imp YP8577AI (LP) Jpn; MCA CAC42232 (CS); Jas JAS C59 (CS) Eng; Imp 8027-9273M (8T); Imp 254648-2 (CD) Ger; Imp 32XD599 (CD) Jpn
1. John Coltrane: John Coltrane {2}
Melodiya C60-19423-002 (LP) USSR
1. John Coltrane: Trane's Modes {3}
Imp IZ9361, IZ9362 (LP); MCA4140 (2LP); MCA 254650 (2LP); MCA 801449 (2LP); MCA 82711 (2LP); MCA VIM4615, VIM4616 (LP) Jpn; Imp 5027-9361Z (CS); Imp 8027-9361Z (8T); MCA MCAC4140 (CS); Imp 254650-2YP (2CD) Ger; Imp MCD04140-MCAD2-4140 (CD) Ger; Imp 55XD601, 55XD602 (CD) Jpn
1. John Coltrane: The Best of John Coltrane- His Greatest Years, Vol. 2 {4}
Imp AS9223-2 (2LP); MCA 4132 (2LP); Imp L59223 (CS); MCA MCAC4132 (CS); Imp L89223 (8T)
1. John Coltrane: John Coltrane {4}
Imp SH3061, SH3062 (LP) Jpn
1. John Coltrane: John Coltrane 1926-1967 {5}
Imp 68 060/066 (7LP) Fr
1. John Coltrane: From the Original Master Tapes {6}
MCA MCAD5541 (CD); Imp 254559-2YS (CD) Ger; Imp 43XD2009 (24K Gold CD) Jpn
1. John Coltrane: John Coltrane Special Digest (sampler) {6}
Imp Y117 (LP) Jpn
1. John Coltrane: The Complete Africa / Brass Sessions {7}
Imp IMPD-2-168 (2CD) 1995; Imp MVCI 23010, 23011 (CD) Jpn 1st session
See also: June 7, 1961

May 23, 1961
Van Gelder Studios
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
Greensleeves [9:57] {1,4,7}
1. Song of the Underground Railroad [6:44] {2,6,7}
1. Greensleeves / alt tk [10:53] {2,5,7}
1. The Damned Don't Cry [7:34] {3,7}
1. Africa / 1st version [14:08] {3,7} [Notes via FUJIOKA:]
--Session Tapes have track #2 as "The Drinking Gourd"
--{3} Trane's Modes is misdated (May 21, '61) and does not credit Bill Barber (tuba)
--{4} track #1 is INC (6:19)

Booker Little (trumpet)
Freddie Hubbard (trumpet)
Julian Priester (euphonium)
Charles Greenlee (euphonium)
Julius Watkins (french horn)
Donald Corrado (french horn)
Bob Northern (french horn)
Jimmy Buffington (french horn)
Robert Swisshelm (french horn)
Bill Barber (tuba)
Eric Dolphy (alto sax; flute; bass clarinet; arranger-5)
Garvin Bushell (picollo; reeds; woodwinds)
Pat Patrick (baritone sax)
John Coltrane (soprano sax; tenor sax; arranger-2)
McCoy Tyer (piano; arranger-1)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Paul Chambers (bass-5)
Elvin Jones (drums)
Cal Massey (arranger-4)
Romulus Franceschini (conductor-4)

{Primary Source: Coltrane Discography, Fujioka}


61.05.25 • John Coltrane: Olé Coltrane {1}

Atlantic 1373 / SD1373 (LP) February 1962; Lon LTZ-K15239 (LP) Eng; Lon SAH-K6223 (LP) Eng; Atl 332 048S (LP) Fr; Atl 40 286 (LP) Fr, Ger; Atl MJ7041 (LP) Jpn; Atl SMJ7041 (LP) Jpn; Atl P6025 (LP) Jpn; Atl P7507A (LP) Jpn; Atl CS1373 (CS); Atl M81373 (8T); Atl TP1373 (8T)

[Also:]
  • John Coltrane: John Coltrane {1}
    WEA 240716-1S (4LP) Ger
1. John Coltrane: The Art of John Coltrane-- The Atlantic Years {2}
Atl SD2-313 (2LP); Atl K60052 (2LP) Eng; Atl ATL60052 (2LP) Ger; Atl P5096, P5097A Jpn; Atl TP2-313 (8T); Atl CS2-313 (CS)
1. "John Coltrane"? {3}
Atl 59023 (LP) Can
1. John Coltrane: i grandi del Jazz {3}
GdJ-10 (LP) It
1. Miles Davis: Miles Davis {3}
Exe EX2017 (CD) Jpn
1. "John Coltrane"? {4}
Atl 2K60009 (LP) It
1. John Coltrane: Olé (+ 1) {5}
Atl 30XD1002 (CD) Jpn; Atl 1373-2 (CD); Atl 7567-81349-2 (CD); Atl AMCY1007 (CD) Jpn
1. John Coltrane: John Coltrane Vol. 2 (CBS Sony Family Club) {6}
Atl FCPA1061 (LP) Jpn
1. John Coltrane: The Heavyweight Champion: The Complete Atlantic Recordings {7}
Rhino R2-71984 (1995) May 25, 1961
A&R Studios, New York City
OIé / Master #5556 [18:13] {1,3,5,6,7}
1. Dahomey Dance / Master #5557 [10:49] {1,4,5,6,7}
1. Aisha / Master #5558 [7:37] {1,2,5,7}
John Coltrane (soprano sax-1; tenor sax-2,3)
Eric Dolphy [aka "George Lane"] (flute-1; alto sax-2,3)
Freddie Hubbard (trumpet)
McCoy Tyner (piano-1)
Art Davis (bass-1,2)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Elvin Jones (drums)

{Primary Source: Coltrane Discography, Fujioka}

61.06.07 • [John Coltrane: Africa / Brass] {1}

Impulse A(S)6 (reissues, session of May 23, 1961)

[Also:]
  • John Coltrane: Africa Brass Sessions Vol. 2 {2}
    Imp AS-9273 (reissues, session of May 23, 1961)
1. John Coltrane: The Best of John Coltrane-- His Greatest Years {3}
Imp AS9200-2 (2LP); Imp 5027-92002M (CS); Imp 8027-92002V (8T); MCA 4131 (2LP); MCA MCAC4131 (CS)
1. Various Artists: The Feeling of Jazz / The Best of impulse!, Vol. II {3}
Imp MCA2-8028 (LP) 1988; MCA MCAD8028 (CD)
1. Title? {3}
Imp IMPL8015 (LP) Eng
1. John Coltrane: John Coltrane 1926-1967 {3}
Imp 68 060 / 066 (7LP) Fr
1. John Coltrane: John Coltrane {3}
Imp SH3061, SH3062 (LP) Jpn
1. John Coltrane: John Coltrane Golden Album {3}
Imp SR3007 (LP) Jpn
1. John Coltrane: John Coltrane {3}
Imp SR3026, SR3027, SR3028 (LP) Jpn
1. John Coltrane: Coltrane Conceptions {4}
Imp EPIM5544 (45rpm EP) Hol
1. John Coltrane: John Coltrane Special Digest (sampler) {4}
Imp Y117 (LP) Jpn
1. John Coltrane Quartet: The Complete Africa / Brass Sessions {5}
Imp MVCI23010, MVCI23011 (CD) Jpn; IMPD-2-168 (CD) 1995 2nd session
See also: May 23, 1961

June 7, 1961
Van Gelder Studios
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
Africa / alt tk [16:08] {2,5}
1. Africa [16:29] {1,3,5}
1. Blues Minor [7:20] {1,4,5} [Notes via FUJIOKA:]
--Track #1 is an edited version apparently spliced from various alternate takes
--{3} Imp AS9200-2 has track #2 INC (9:50)
--{3} MCA 4131 & MCAC4131 has track #2 INC (10:00)
--{1} Imp A(S)6 has McCoy Tyner as "Turner"

Booker Little (trumpet)
Britt Woodman (trombone)
Carl Bowman (euphonium)
Julius Watkins (french horn)
Donald Corrado (french horn)
Bob Northern (french horn)
Robert Swisshelm (french horn)
Bill Barber (tuba)
Eric Dolphy (alto sax; flute; bass clarinet; arranger-1)
Laurdine "Pat" Patrick (baritone sax)
John Coltrane (tenor sax)
McCoy Tyer (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Art Davis (bass)
Elvin Jones (drums)

{Primary Source: Coltrane Discography, Fujioka}


61.07.01 • John Coltrane: John Coltrane

Musica Jazz MJ 2MJP 1051 (LP) It

July 1, 1961
Newport Jazz Festival
Newport, RI
[announcement] [0:13]
1. Impressions [6:16]
1. Naima [UNISSUED / Private Tape]
1. My Favorite Things [16:16]
[Notes via FUJIOKA:]
--announcer introduces track #2 as "So What"
--"David Wild denies the presence of Art Davis"

John Coltrane (tenor sax; soprano sax)
McCoy Tyner (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Art Davis (bass)
Elvin Jones (drums)

{Primary Source: Coltrane Discography, Fujioka; info via Tosiyuki Nomoto}
Not in my collection.


61.07.13 • Charlie Rouse: Unsung Hero

Columbia Epic 46181 (CD) 1990

July 13, 1961 New York City
When Sunny Gets Blue [5:47]
1. Quarter Moon [5:48]
1. I Should Care [7:08]
Charlie Rouse (tenor sax)
Gildo Mahones (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Arthur Taylor (drums)

{Primary Source: info via J. Chacona}
Not in my collection.

61.07.14 • Charlie Rouse: We Paid Our Dues

Columbia Epic 46181 (CD) 1990

July 14, 1961 New York City
tracks?
Charlie Rouse (tenor sax)
Gildo Mahones (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Arthur Taylor (drums)

{Primary Source: info via J. Chacona}
Not in my collection.

61.08.00
61.09.00 • Booker Little Sextet: Victory and Sorrow

Bethlehem BCP-6034 (LP) 1961; BCP 6061(LP); 20-40102 (CD); Affinity AFF 124 (LP); 22 AP 121 (LP) Jpn; MP-2183 (LP) Jpn; PAP-23004 (LP) Jpn; YP-7121 (LP) Jpn; 30CY-1440 (LP) Jpn; COCY-7283 (LP) Jpn; COCY-9040 (LP) Jpn; COCY-78642 (LP) Jpn; COCY-80340 (LP) Jpn.

[Also:]
  • Booker Little and Friend
    Bethlehem BR-5009; COCY-75744 (LP); Bethlehem Archives R2 79855 (CD) 2000
August, September, 1961, New York City
Victory and Sorrow (Little) [5:53]
1. Forward Flight (Little) [6:15]
1. Looking Ahead / Molotone Music (Little) [7:21] *
1. If I Should Lose You (Robin / Rainger) [5:08]
1. Calling Softly (Little) [5:35]
1. Booker's Blues (Little) [5:12]
1. Matilde (Little) [5:50]
1. Matilda [Looking Ahead / Molotone Music] (Little) (alt tk 4) [8:28] *
1. Matilda [Looking Ahead / Molotone Music] (Little) (alt tk 7) [8:18] *
Booker Little (trumpet)
Julian Priester (trombone)
Don Friedman (piano)
George Coleman (tenor sax)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Pete LaRoca (drums)

[*NOTE: "[Bethlehem CD 20-40102] retitles Looking Ahead as Molotone Music and includes two alternate takes of Looking Ahead / Molotone Music, although on the cover these are called Matilde. The first alternate (alt. take 4) has a flubbed ending. Looking Ahead is the same composition as Cliff Walk. Don't believe the cover when it claims Little composed 'If I Should Lose You' either!"
--Alan Saul in his Booker Little Discograpy]

{Primary Source: R2 79855; info via S. Miner/ A. Saul}

61.11.01 • John Coltrane: The Other Village Vanguard Tapes {1}

Impulse AS-9325 (2LP) 1977; MCA 4137 (2LP); MCA 801643-420 (2LP); Imp AIMPL25013 (2LP) It; Imp IMP466 (2LP) It; Imp YB8506, YB8507 (LP) Jpn; MCA VIM4613, VIM4614 (LP) Jpn; Imp 5027-9325Z (CS); Imp 8027-9325Z (8T); MCA MCAC4137 (CS); Imp 55XD590, 55XD591 (CD) Jpn; Imp 254639-2YP (2CD) Ger; Imp 872421-910 (2CD) Ger; Imp MCD 04137-MCAD2-4137 (2CD)

[Also:]
  • John Coltrane: Trane's Modes {2}
    Imp IZ-9361 (2LP) 1979 (reissues, session of May 23, 1961)
1. John Coltrane: John Coltrane 1926-1967 {3}
Imp 68 060/066 (7LP) Fr
1. John Coltrane: A John Coltrane Retrospective: The Impulse! Years {4}
Imp GRD3-119 (3CD)
1. John Coltrane: Village Vanguard 1961-11-01 {5}
Imp MVCI 23001 (CD) Jpn
1. Various Artists: Impulse! Jazz 50 / Special Highlights {6}
MCA ICD-7 (CD) Jpn
1. John Coltrane: The Complete 1961 Village Vanguard Recordings {7}
IMPD4-232 (4CD) 1997 1st session
See also: 61.11.05

November 1, 1961
Village Vangaurd, New York City
India [UNISSUED] {7}
1. Chasin' The Trane [9:51] {1,2,3,5,6,7}
1. Spiritual [12:40] {1,3,5,7}
1. The Red Planet (Miles' Mode) / master #10570 [10:00] {2,5,7}
1. Naima [7:39] {2,4,5,7}
1. Brasilia [18:40] {1,5,7} [Notes via FUJIOKA:]
--{1} incorrectly has track #6 as "Untitled Original" and Garrison as bassist
--{2} has track #4 as "Miles' Mode"
--Almost all the issues wrongly list the bassists. The above is correct (From David Wild), along with another track- "Impressions" that has Garrison alone
--Master #s for the November 1961 sessions were added later by Bob Thiele. His logbook also has track #6 as "Neptune"

John Coltrane (tenor sax; soprano sax)
Eric Dolphy (alto sax; bass clarinet) McCoy Tyner (piano-1,3,4,5,6)
Jimmy Garrison (bass-1)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Elvin Jones (drums)
Abdul-Malik (oud-1)

{Primary Source: Coltrane Discography, Fujioka; IMPD4-232}


61.11.02 • John Coltrane: Trane's Modes {1}

Impulse IMP IZ-9361, IZ9362 (2LP) 1979 (reissues, session of May 23, 1961)

[Also:]
  • John Coltrane: Live at the Village Vanguard {2}
    Imp A(S)10 (LP) 1962; MCA 254627 (LP); MCA 29009 (LP); MCA 39136 (LP); Spa A(S)10 (LP) Can; HMV CLP1590 (LP) Eng; HMV CSD1456 (LP) Eng; Imp IMPL8041 (LP) Eng; Jas JAS9 (LP) Eng; Imp IMP10 (LP) Fr; Imp 2522051Z (LP) Ger; Imp NY-10 (LP) Jpn; Imp SNY-10 (LP) Jpn; Imp MH3014 (LP) Jpn; Imp SH3021 (LP) Jpn; Imp SR3096 (LP) Jpn; Imp IMP88073 (LP) Jpn; Imp YP8521 (LP) Jpn; MCA VIM4611 (LP) Jpn; Imp M50010 (CS); MCA ASC10 (CS); MCA MCAC39136 (CS); Jas JAS C9 (CS) Eng; Imp M80010 (8T); MCA MCAD39136 (CD); Imp 872 695 (CD); Imp 254627-2YS (CD) Ger; Imp 32XD582 (CD) Jpn; Imp MVCI-23089 (CD) Jpn; Imp MVCZ28 (CD) Jpn
1. John Coltrane: The Other Village Vanguard Tapes {3}
Imp AS9325 (2LP) 1977 (reissues, session of November 1, 1961)
1. John Coltrane: From the Original Master Tapes {4}
MCA MCAD5541 (CD) 1985 (reissues, session of May 23, 1961)
1. John Coltrane: Coltrane Conceptions {5}
Imp EPIM5544 (45rpm EP) Hol
1. John Coltrane: Live at the Village Vanguard {5}
Imp PS116 (7" LP) Jpn
1. John Coltrane: The Best of John Coltrane-- His Greatest Years {5}
Imp AS9200-2 (2LP) (reissues, session of June 7, 1961)
1. John Coltrane: John Coltrane {5}
Imp SH3061, SH3062 (LP) Jpn
1. John Coltrane: John Coltrane Golden Album {5}
Imp SR3007 (LP) Jpn
1. John Coltrane: John Coltrane {5}
Imp YX8801AI (LP) Jpn
1. John Coltrane: The Mastery of John Coltrane {5}
Imp YS8526AI (LP) Jpn
1. "John Coltrane"? {5}
Prb SBP1025 (LP) Eng; Imp SH3061, SH3062 (LP) Jpn (?)
1. John Coltrane: Impressions {6}
JM CJZLP2 (LP) It; JM CJZMC2 (CS) It
1. John Coltrane: Village Vanguard 1961-11-02 {7}
Imp MVCI23002, MVCI23003 (CD) Jpn
1. John Coltrane: Newport '63 {8}
Imp GRP 11282
1. John Coltrane: Live at the Village Vanguard-- The Master Takes {9}
Imp MSD-37105 (1997)
1. John Coltrane: The Complete 1961 Village Vanguard Recordings {10}
IMPD4-232 (4CD) 1997 November 2, 1961
Village Vangaurd, New York City
Chasin' Another Trane [15:25] {1,7,8,10}
1. India [13:13] {4,7,10}
1. Spiritual [15:16] {4,7,10}
1. Softly, As In a Morning Sunrise / master #10572 [6:25] {1,2,5,6,7,9,10}
1. Greensleeves / master #10573 [6:18] {3,7,10} [Notes via FUJIOKA:]
--"Chasin' the Trane" is called "Chasin' Another Trane" on the sleeves and labels. "Chasin' the Trane" is an F blues and "Chasin' Another Trane" is a B flat blues.
--{5} AS9200-2 has date as "Nov. 2 or 3, 1961"
--{7} does not list Tyner (piano) on track #1
--{9} is a promotional release commisioned by First USA "Real Jazz Platinum VISA."]

John Coltrane (tenor sax)
Eric Dolpy (alto sax; bass clarinet-1,2,3,5)
Garvin Bushell (oboe, contrabassoon-2)
Ahmed Abdul-Malik (oud-2)
McCoy Tyner (piano-2,3,4,5) Reggie Workman (bass)
Jimmy Garrison (bass-2) Elvin Jones (drums-2,3,4,5)
Roy Haynes (drums-1)

{Primary Source: Coltrane Discography, Fujioka; IMPD4-232}


61.11.03 • John Coltrane: Live at the Village Vanguard {1}

Impulse A(S)10 (LP) 1962 (reissues, session of November 2, 1961)

[Also:]
  • John Coltrane: Impressions {2}
    Imp A(S)42 (LP) 1963; MCA 254628 (LP); MCA 29014 (LP); MCA 5887 (LP); Spa A(S)42 (LP) Can; HMV CLP1695 (LP) Eng; HMV CSD1509 (LP) Eng; Jas JAS39 (LP) Eng; Imp IMP42 (LP) Fr; Imp 251334-1Z (LP) Ger; Imp IMP432 (LP) It; Imp IMPL5004 (LP) It; EMI 064-95769 (LP) It; Imp SH3020 (LP) Jpn; Imp IMP88067 (LP) Jpn; Imp YP8522 (LP) Jpn; MCA VIM4612 (LP) Jpn; MCA ASC42 (CS); MCA MCAC5887 (CS); Jas JAS C39 (CS) Eng; Imp M80042 (8T); MCA MCAD5887 (CD); Imp 254628-2YS (CD) Ger; Imp MVCZ37 (CD) Jpn; Imp MCD 05887
1. John Coltrane: Impressions (+1) {2}
Imp 32XD583 (CD) Jpn; Imp MVCI-23088 (CD) Jpn
1. John Coltrane: Trane's Modes {3}
Imp IZ9361, IZ9362 (2LP) 1979 (reissues, session of May 23, 1961)
1. John Coltrane: The Gentle Side of John Coltrane {4}
Imp ASH9306-2 (2LP); Imp MCA2-4136 (2LP); MCA MCAC2-4136 (CS)
1. Various Artists: Impulse Energy Essentials {4}
Imp ASD9228 (3LP)
1. "John Coltrane"? {4}
Imp IMPD901 (LP) Eng
1. John Coltrane: Live at the Vilage Vanguard {4}
Imp PS116 (7" LP) Jpn
1. Elvin Jones: The Impulse Years {5}
Imp AS9283-2 (2LP)
1. John Coltrane: John Coltrane 1926-1967 {5}
Imp 68 060/066 (7LP) Fr
1. John Coltrane: Impressions
JM CJZLP2 (LP) It (reissues, session of November 2, 1961)
1. John Coltrane: The Best of John Coltrane-- His Greatest Years, Vol. 2 {6}
Imp AS9223-2 (2LP) (reissues, session of May 23, 1961)
1. John Coltrane: Africa and India {6}
JM CJZLP3 (LP) It; JM CJZMC3 (CS) It
1. Various Artists: The Greatest Jazz Recordings of All Time {6}
Franklin Mint TFMRS 70B (LP / 4LP set)
1. John Coltrane: The World According to John Coltrane {6}
Video Arts VALJ-3165 (LsrDsc) Jpn; Video Arts VAVJ-165 (VID) Jpn; BMG 80067-3 (VID); V-RCA80067 (VID)
1. John Coltrane: John Coltrane {7}
Imp SH3061, SH3062 (LP) Jpn
1. John Coltrane: A John Coltrane Retrospective: The Impulse! Years {7}
Imp GRD3-119 (3CD) (reissues, session of May 23, 1961)
1. John Coltrane: Village Vanguard 1961-11-03 & 05 {8}
Imp MVCI23004, MVCI23005 (CD) Jpn
1. John Coltrane: Live at the Village Vanguard-- The Master Takes {9}
Imp MSD-37105 (1997)
[Promotional release commisioned by First USA "Real Jazz Platinum VISA."]
1. John Coltrane: The Complete 1961 Village Vanguard Recordings {10}
IMPD4-232 (4CD) 1997 November 3, 1961
The Village Vanguard, New York City
Spiritual [13:30] {1,4,7,8,9,10}
1. Naima [7:02] {10}
1. India [13:52] {2,6,8,9,10}
1. Greensleeves [4:50] {3,8,10}
1. The Red Planet (Miles' Mode) [15:12] {10} [Notes via FUJIOKA:]
--{2} ASC42 and {5} AS9283-2 have the date as November 5, 1961
--{3} Imp IZ9361, IZ9362 wrongly list Dolphy on track #4
--{4} has track #1 INC (7:05)
--{5} JM CJZLP2 gives location and date as "NY 1961"
--{6} VALJ-3165 and VAVJ-165 have track #3 INC [2:24]

[All compositions, John Coltrane]

John Coltrane (tenor sax; soprano sax-1)
Eric Dolphy (bass clarinet)
McCoy Tyner (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Jimmy Garrison (bass-3,5)
Elvin Jones (drums)

{Primary Source: Coltrane Discography, Fujioka; IMPD4-232}


61.11.05 • [John Coltrane: The Other Village Vanguard Tapes]

Impulse AS9325 (2LP) 1977 (reissues, session of Novermber 1, 1961)

[Also:]
  • John Coltrane: Village Vanguard 1961-11-03 & 05
    Imp MVCI 23004, MVCI23005 (CD) Jpn
1. John Coltrane: The Complete 1961 Village Vanguard Recordings
IMPD4-232 (4CD) 1997 2nd session
See also: 61.11.01

November 5, 1961 Village Vanguard, New York City
India / master #10556 [15:10]
1. Spiritual / master #10557 [20:32]
John Coltrane (soprano sax; tenor sax)
Eric Dolphy (bass clarinet)
McCoy Tyner (piano)
Garvin Bushell (oboe; contrabassoon)
Ahmed Abdul-Malik (oud-1)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Jimmy Garrison (bass-1)
Elvin Jnes (drums)

{Primary Source: Coltrane Discography, Fujioka; IMPD4-232}

61.11.18 • John Coltrane: Live in Paris 1961 {1}

Jazz Way LTM1503 (LP) It

[Also:]
  • John Coltrane: The Complete Paris Concerts Nov. 18, 1961 {2}
    Mag MRCD114, MRCD115 (CD) Lxmbrg; Mag MRCD8114, MRCD8115 (CD) Lxmbrg
November 18, 1961
Private Tape / Radio Broadcast
L'Olympia
Paris, France

The First Concert
[announcement] Private Tape
1. Blue Train [16:04] {1,2}
1. I Want to Talk About You [6:45] {1,2}
1. Impressions [10:41] {1,2}
1. My Favorite Things [22:21] {2} The Second Concert
[announcement] [1:30] Private Tape
1. I Want to Talk About You [9:27] {2}
1. Blue Train [12:40] {2}
1. My Favorite Things [25:11] {1,2} [Note via FUJIOKA:]
--{1} does not mention that Dolphy plays (alto sax) on track #FC4; wrongly says Dolphy plays (soprano sax)

John Coltrane (alto sax; soprano sax)
Eric Dolphy (alto sax-FC2,FC4,SC3; flute-SC4)
McCoy Tyner (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Elvin Jones (drums)
Norman Granz (announce)

{Primary Source: Coltrane Discography, Fujioka}
Not in my collection.


61.11.20 • John Coltrane: The Complete Copenhagen Concert

Mag MRCD 116 (CD) Lxmbrg; Mag MRCD 8116 (CD) Lxmbrg

November 20, 1961
Radio Broadcast / Denmark Radio
Falkonercentret
Copenhagen, Denmark
[announcement] [2:10] Private Tape / UNISSUED
1. Delilah [11:33]
1. Every Time We Say Goodbye [4:24]
1. Impressions [13:13]
1. Naima [7:00]
1. My Favorite Things [0:16] [False Start]
1. [announcement] [0:36]
1. My Favorite Things [28:02]
[Notes via FUJIOKA:]
--track #6 false start by rhythm section only
--track #7 ann. by Coltrane
--Some copies of MRCD 116 contain classical music recorded by mistake.

John Coltrane (soprano sax; tenor sax)
Eric Dolphy (alto sax-4; bass clarinet-2,5; flute-8)
McCoy Tyner (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Elvin Jones (drums)
Norman Granz (announce-1)

{Primary Source: Coltrane Discography, Fujioka}
Not in my collection.


61.11.23 • John Coltrane: "White Cover" {1}

HP HPLP1 (LP) Swd

[Also:]
  • Eric Dolphy: Eric Dolphy Quintet Live on Mount Meru {1}
    HP HPLP1 (LP) Jpn, Swd (reissue of above, same select#)
1. John Coltrane: The John Coltrane Quartet with Eric Dolphy in Europe Vol. 2 {1}
Bep BEP504 (LP) Eng
1. John Coltrane: "Red Cover" {2}
HP HPLP5 (LP) Swd
1. Eric Dolphy: Eric Dolphy Quintet Live on Mount Meru Vol. 2 {2}
HP HPLP5 (LP) Jpn, Swd (reissue of above, same select#)
1. John Coltrane: Coltranology Vol. 1 {2}
Aff AFF14 (LP); Aff PROM20 (LP) It; Aff 32-2051 (LP) Sp; Aff RJL3001 (LP) Jpn; BYG YX4006 (LP) Jpn; BYG YX8006 (LP) Jpn
1. John Coltrane: Live Trane {2}
BYG YX2063, YX2064, YX2065 (LP) Jpn
1. John Coltrane: Coltranology {2}
BYG YX2039 (LP) Jpn; Seven Seas K18P6233, K18P6234 (2LP) Jpn
1. John Coltrane: Live in Stockholm 1961 {2}
Aff CD Charly117 (CD) Eng
1. John Coltrane: Impressions {2}
Classic Jazz CDCD1009 (CD) Can
1. John Coltrane: European Impressions {2}
BS 32JDB-199 (CD) Jpn; BS TKCB-30467 (CD) Jpn
1. John Coltrane: Live from Sweden {3}
Opyx 10 (LP)
1. John Coltrane: Coltrane / Dolphy-- Favorites {3}
JBir JAZ2006 (LP)
1. John Coltrane: The Last Giant: The John Coltrane Anthology {3}
Rhino R2-71255 (2CD)
1. John Coltrane: European Impressions {4}
BS BDLP1514 (LP) It; BS BDCD1514 (CD) It
1. John Coltrane: BYG Jazz Disque {4}
BYG XY00002 (LP) Jpn
1. John Coltrane: John Coltrane/Conceptions {4}
Black Bird [no number] (CD) It
1. John Coltrane: 7 Top Tracks John Coltrane {5}
Frequenz 044-009 (CD) It
1. John Coltrane: Spiritual {6}
Drive 3513 (CD) Swtz
1. John Coltrane: My Favorite Things {7}
Jazz Collection ORO 129 (CD) Fr
1. John Coltrane: Body and Soul {7}
GL CD3GLP456 (3CD) It
1. Various Artists: More from "The Horn" (sampler) {7}
Aff AFF764 (CD) Eng
1. Various Artists: All That Jazz {8}
All That's Jazz ATJCD 8003 (4CD) Hol November 23, 1961
Private Tape / Radio Broadcast
Konserthuset
Stockholm, Sweden

The First Concert
Blue Train (Coltrane) [8:57] {2,4,7}
1. Naima (Coltrane) [4:00] INC {2,4,5,8}
1. Impressions (Coltrane) [7:11] {2,4,6}
1. My Favorite Things (Rodgers & Hammerstein II) [20:48] {2,6} The Second Concert
Naima (Coltrane) [2:25] INC {1}
1. Impressions (Coltrane) [10:41] {1}
1. My Favorite Things (Rodgers & Hammerstein II) [22:21] {1,3} [Notes via FUJIOKA:]
--{1} HPLP1 original issue has a white cover with no info; second issue has gatefold cover; third has an advertising flyer on the cover. HPLP1 (Sw & Jpn) "Dolphy Quintet" lists track #sc1 as "Impressions One".
--{2} BYG YX8006 mislisted by Wild as "YS8006"; BYG YX2063, YX2064, & YX2065 and BYG YX2039 misdated as Nov. 22, '61;
--{3} JAZ2006 wrongly has track #fc1 as recorded at the Falkonercentret in Copenhagen, Denmark, Nov. 11, '61.
--{4} BYG XY002 wrongly lists date as October, '62.
--{7} ORO 129 & CD3GLP456 and {8} ATJCD 8003 list no personnel, dates, or location.

John Coltrane (soprano sax; tenor sax)
Eric Dolphy (alto sax; bass clarinet; flute)
McCoy Tyner (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Elvin Jones (drums)

{Primary Source: Coltrane Discography, Fujioka}
Not in my collection.


61.11.24 • John Coltrane: Quartet and Quintet in Europe {1}

JC JC112 (LP) Isrl

[Also:]
  • John Coltrane: John Coltrane {1}
    Heart Note HZ002 (LP) Swd
1. John Coltrane: European Impressions {1}
BS BDLP1514 (LP) It (reissues, session of November 23, 1961)
1. John Coltrane: European Impressions {1}
BS 32JDB-199 (CD) Jpn (reissues, session of November 23, 1961)
1. John Coltrane: The Coltrane Legacy {1}
Toei Video TE M347 (VID) Jpn; Kay Jazz KJ072 (VID) Eng; VAI 69035 (VID); VAI 001 (VID); Nippon Monitor DMVJ-1 (VID) Jpn; Nippon Monitor DMLJ-1 (LsrDsc) Jpn
1. "John Coltrane"? {1}
British VJ447 (VID) Eng
1. Miles & Trane {1}
GL VID JAZZ 5 (VID) It
1. John Coltrane: J. Coltrane & E. Dolpny Live 1961 {1}
Videomate VM-726 (VID)
1. John Coltrane: The World According to John Coltrane {2}
Video Arts VALJ-3165 (VID) Jpn; Video Arts VAVJ-165 (VID) Jpn; BMG 80067-3 (VID); V-RCA80067 (VID)
1. John Coltrane: My Favorite Things {2}
Jazz Collection ORO 129 (CD) Fr
1. Various Artists: Tenor Titans {3}
Pioneer LDC PILJ1122 (LsrDsc) Jpn November 24, 1961
Private Tape / TV Broadcast
Sudwestfunk TV Studio
Baden-Baden, West Germany
[announcement] [1:25]
1. My Favorite Things (Rodgers & Hammerstein II) [11:06] {1,2}
1. Every Time We Say Goodbye [5:25] {1}
1. [announcement] [0:50]
1. Impressions (Coltrane) [7:30] {1,2,3}
1. UNKNOWN TITLE [1:25] UNISSUED [Notes via FUJIOKA:]
--All the recordings wrongly list the date as Nov. 26-- this is the broadcast date.
--Track #6 ("UNKNOWN") is a minor blues by the rhythm section only. --{1} JC112 has track #3 as "Everytime We Say Goodbye We Die a Little".
--{1} KJ072 has track #2 INC [10:19]; track #3 INC [4:55]; track #5 INC [7:05]
--{2} VALJ-3165, VAVJ-165, BMG 80067-3, and V-RCA80067 have track #2 INC [2:40] and track #5 INC [7:05]
--{2} ORO 129 lists no personnel, date or location.
--{3} has track #5 INC [2:35]

John Coltrane (soprano sax; tenor sax / 2,3,5)
Eric Dolphy (alto sax-5; flute-3)
McCoy Tyner (piano-2,3,5,6)
Reggie Workman (bass-2,3,5,6)
Elvin Jones (drums-2,3,5,6)
Joachim-Ernst Berendt (announce-1,4)

{Primary Source: Coltrane Discography, Fujioka}
Not in my collection.


61.12.01 • Eric Dolphy Quartet: Softly, as in a Morning Sunrise

Jazz Connoisseur JC107; Natasha Imports NI-4001 (CD) (1992)

December 1, 1961
Munich, Germany

[Also:]
  • 3 Dolphy Groups
    Unique Jazz UJ-26
On Green Dolphin Street (Kaper / Washington) [23:26]
1. Softly as a Summer Sunrise (Hammerstein / Romberg) [14:41]
1. The Way You Look Tonight (Fields / Kern) [11:38]
1. Oleo (Sonny Rollins) [18:01] * * NI-4001 and UJ-26 only.

[Notes: JC107 has Lalo Schifrin as pianist, and B. Cunningham on bass...
Raben lists Schifrin and Cunningham on Oleo... NI-4001 gives the date as 2 Dec.

"Near the beginning of the sample from Eric's unusual solo on Oleo you can hear a tape splice. I presume these recordings were transcribed from a radio broadcast.
Fujioka says that Elvin left his passport in Hamburg on 25 November, and Lewis filled in for him with the Coltrane quintet in Copenhagen on the 26th. But that probably isn't related to Lewis playing on this date rather than Elvin. The quintet, with Elvin, played in Munich on 1 December."
--from Alan Saul's Dolphy Discography entry for this session.]

Eric Dolphy (bass clarinet)
McCoy Tyner (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Mel Lewis (drums)

{Primary Source: NI-4001}


61.12.21 • John Coltrane: "John Coltrane"? {1}

Impulse 45-203 (45rpm EP); Kar KFF388 (45rpm EP) Swd; Imp AP122.129 (45rpm EP) Hol; Imp Q-1 (7"LP) Jpn

NOT a Workman session. See Primary Source note below. --RL

[Also:]
  • John Coltrane: Ballads {2}
    IMP A(S)32 (LP); MCA 254607 (LP); MCA 5885 (LP); Spa A(S)32 (LP) Can; HMV CLP1647 (LP) Eng; HMV CSD1496 (LP) Eng; WRC T670 (LP) Eng; Jas JAS37 (LP) Eng; Imp IMP32 (LP) Fr; Imp MH3008 (LP) Jpn; Imp SH3008 (LP) Jpn; Imp IMP88096 (LP) Jpn; Imp YP8574 (LP) Jpn; Imp YS8504 (LP) Jpn; MCA VIM4606 (LP) Jpn; MCA AS33 (LP); MCA 29012 (LP); MCA MCAC5885 (CS); MCA ASC32 (CS); Jas JAS C37 (CS) Eng; MCA MCAD5885 (CD); Imp254607-2YS (CD) Ger; Imp 32XD570 (CD) Jpn; Imp MVCZ26 (CD) Jpn; Imp AS32 (Special Bonus LP / 24K Golden LP) Jpn; Imp 43P2-0012 (24K Golden CD) Jpn; Imp GRD-156 (CD) 1995
1. John Coltrane: Ballads (+1) {2}
Imp MVCI 23006 (CD) Jpn
1. John Coltrane: Impressions {2}
Imp EPIM5559 (45rpm EP) Hol
1. John Coltrane: John Coltrane 1926-1967 {2}
Imp 68 060/066 (7LP) Fr
1. John Coltrane: Jazz Best Story {2}
Exe SN16 (CD) Jpn
1. John Coltrane: John Coltrane {2}
Exe EX2026 (CD) Jpn
1. John Coltrane: Ballads of John Coltrane {3}
Imp MVCI 23057 (CD) Jpn December 21, 1961
Van Gelder Studios
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
Greensleeves / master #10669 [3:42] {1,3}
1. It's Easy to Remember / master #10670 [2:45] {1,2} [Notes via FUJIOKA:]
--{1} Q-1 is "extra 7" records included in the set Imp SR3026, SR3027, SR3028 (LP) Jpn
--{2} MCA AS33 & MCA 29012 have misprinted the original issue of "Ballads" as Imp A(S)33. A(S)32 is correct.

John Coltrane (tenor sax)
McCoy Tyner (piano)
Jimmy Garrison (bass)
Elvin Jones (drums)

{Primary Source: The above is an ERRONEOUS CITATION via Coltrane Discography, Fujioka
Correction via Reggie Workman, liner notes, John Coltrane: The Complete 1961 Village Vanguard Recordings, IMPD4-232 (4CD) 1997}


62.10.10 • Freddie Hubbard: Hub-Tones

Blue Note BLP 4115 (mono LP), BST 84115 (stereo LP) 1962; BN CDP 7 84115 2 (CD) 1989; K19P 9232 (LP) Jpn

October 10, 1962
Van Gelder Studios
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
You're My Everything (Dixon / Warren / Young) / tk 3 [6:33]
1. You're My Everything (Dixon / Warren / Young) / alt tk [6:52] *
1. Prophet Jennings (Hubbard) / tk 14 [5:28]
1. Hub-Tones (Hubbard) / tk 20 [8:20]
1. Hub-Tones (Hubbard) / alt tk [8:11] *
1. Lament for Booker (Hubbard) / tk 5 [9:39]
1. For Spee's Sake (Hubbard) / tk 7 [8:35]
1. For Spee's Sake (Hubbard) / alt tk [8:42] * * CDP 7 84115 2 only.

Freddie Hubbard (trumpet)
James Spaulding (alto sax-1,2,4,5,7,8; flute-3,6)
Herbie Hancock (piano)
Reginald Workman (bass)
Clifford Jarvis (drums)

{Primary Source: BN CDP 7 84115 2}


62.10.23
62.10.24 • Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers: Caravan

Riverside RLP-9438 (LP); OJC-038 (LP); OJCCD-038-2 (CD); SMJ 6074 (LP) Jpn

October 23 & 24, 1962
Plaza Sound Studio, New York City
Base
1. Caravan (Ellington / Mills / Tizo) [9:44]
1. Sweet 'n' Sour (Shorter) / alt tk 4 *
1. Sweet 'n' Sour (Shorter) [5:28]
1. In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning (James / Elliot) [4:01]
1. This is For Albert (Shorter) [8:15]
1. Skylark (Carmichael / Mercer) [4:45]
1. Thermo (Hubbard) / alt tk 2 *
1. Thermo (Hubbard) [6:44]
* OJCCD-038-2 only

Freddie Hubbard (trumpet)
Curtis Fuller (trombone)
Wayne Shorter (tenor sax)
Cedar Walton (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
At Blakey (drums)

{Primary Source: Prestige Discography, Ruppli / Cuscuna}
Not in my collection.


62.10.25 • Archie Shepp / Bill Dixon Quartet: Archie Shepp / Bill Dixon Quartet

Savoy 12178; Peace BYG 529 101

October 25, 1962

tracks?
Archie Shepp
Bill Dixon
Reggie Workman (bass)

{Primary Source: info via G. Scala}
Not in my collection.

62.11.30 • Grant Green: Goin' West

Blue Note BST 84310

November 30, 1962
Van Gelder Studios
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
Wagon Wheels / tk 4 (B. Hill, P. DeRose) [6:20]
1. Tumbling Tumbleweeds / tk 6 (B. Nolan) [11:00]
1. Red River Valley / tk 9 (P.D.) [6:00]
1. On Top of Old Smokey / tk 13 (P.D.) [6:45]
1. Home on the Range [rejected / UNISSUED]
1. I'm an Old Cowhand [rejected / UNISSUED]
1. I Can't Stop Loving You / tk 20 (D. Gibson) [3:25]
Grant Green (g)
Herbie Hancock (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Billy Higgins (drums)

{Primary Source: Blue Note Discography, Ruppli / Cuscuna; info via H. Smejkal}
Not in my collection.

62.12.27 • Freddie Hubbard: Here to Stay

Blue Note BN-LA 496-H2 (2LP) 1979; BST 84135 (LP) Jpn; BN CDP 7 84135 2 (CD)
[Initially scheduled for BN BLP 4135 (not released)]

December 27, 1962
Van Gelder Studios
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
Full Moon and Empty Arms (Kaye / Mossman) / tk 4 [5:25]
1. Assunta (Massey) / tk 9 [7:05]
1. Father and Son (Massey) / tk 18 [6:30]
1. Nostrand and Fulton (Hubbard) / tk 20 [7:00]
1. Body and Soul (Heyman / Sour / Eyton / Green) / tk 23 [6:25]
1. Philly Mignon (Hubbard) / tk 25 [5:30]
Freddie Hubbard (trumpet)
Wayne Shorter (tenor sax)
Cedar Walton (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Philly Joe Jones (drums)

{Primary Source: Blue Note Discography, Ruppli / Cuscuna}
Not in my collection.


63.00.00 • Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers: Theme From the Golden Boy

Colpix 9003 (LP); CP 478 (LP)

??, 1963
Theme From Golden Boy
1. Yes I Can
1. Lorna's Here
1. This is the Life
1. There's A Party
1. I Want to Be With You
Lee Morgan (trumpet)
Freddie Hubbard (trumpet)
Curtis Fuller (trombone)
Julius Watkins (french horn)
Bill Barber (tuba)
James Spaulding (alto sax)
Wayne Shorter (tenor sax)
Charles Davis (baritone sax)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Art Blakey (drums)

{Primary Source: Lee Morgan Discography, M Matsumura}
Not in my collection.

63.03.08 • Freddie Hubbard: The Body and the Soul

Impulse AS 38 (LP); IMPD-183 (CD) 1996

1st session
See also: 63.03.11; 63.05.02

March 8, 1963
Capitol Studios, New York City
Chocolate Shake (Duke Ellington / Paul Francis Webster) [3:56]
1. Skylark (Carmichael / Mercer) [4:32]
1. I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good) (Duke Ellington / Paul Francis Webster) [3:41]
1. Body and Soul (Green / Sour / Heyman / Eyton) [*Master lost]
Wayne Shorter (arranger; conductor)
Freddie Hubbard (trumpet)
Ed Armour (trumpet)
Richard Williams (trumpet)
Melba Liston (trombone)
Curtis Fuller (trombone)
Bob Northern (french horn)
Julius Watkins (french horn)
Eric Dolphy (alto sax; flute)
Jerome Richardson (baritone sax)
Cedar Walton (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Philly Joe Jones (drums)

Strings:
Harry Cykman
Morris Stonzek
Arnold Eidus
Sol Shapiro
Charles McCracken
Harry Katzman
Harry Lookofsky
Gene Orloff
Julius Held
Raoul Poliakin

{Primary Source: IMPD-183}

63.03.11 • [Freddie Hubbard: The Body and the Soul]

Impulse AS 38 (LP); IMPD-183 (CD) 1996

2nd session
See also: 63.03.08; 63.05.02

March 11, 1963
Van Gelder Studio
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
Carnival (Manha de Carnaval) (bassonfa / Peretti / Creatore / Weiss) [5:19]
1. Aries (Hubbard) [3:04]
1. Thermo (Hubbard) [4:15]
Wayne Shorter (arranger; conductor)
Freddie Hubbard (trumpet)
Al DeRisi (trumpet)
Ernie Royal (trumpet)
Clark Terry (trumpet)
Melba Liston (trombone)
Curtis Fuller (trombone)
Bob Northern (french horn)
Robert Powell (tuba)
Eric Dolphy (alto sax; flute)
Seldon Powell (tenor sax)
Jerome Richardson (tenor sax)
Charles Davis (baritone sax)
Cedar Walton (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Philly Joe Jones (drums)

{Primary Source: IMPD-183}

63.05.02 • [Freddie Hubbard: The Body and the Soul]

Impulse AS 38 (LP); IMPD-183 (CD) 1996

3rd session
See also: 63.03.08; 63.03.11

May 2, 1963
Van Gelder Studio
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
Body and the Soul (Green / Sour / Heyman / Eyton) [4:36]
1. Dedicated to You (Cahn / S. Chaplin / Hy Zaret) [3:22]
1. Clarence's Place (Hubbard) [3:29]
Freddie Hubbard (trumpet)
Curtis Fuller (trombone)
Eric Dolphy (alto sax; flute)
Wayne Shorter (tenor sax)
Cedar Walton (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Louis Hayes (drums)

{Primary Source: IMPD-183}

63.07.16 • Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers: Ugetsu

Riverside 464 (LP); OJC-090 (LP) 1983; OJCCD-090-2 (CD); VIJ 148 (LP) Jpn

June 16, 1963
Birdland, New York City
One by One (Shorter) [6:19]
1. Ugetsu (Walton) [11:05]
1. Time Off (Fuller) [4:58]
1. Ping-Pong (Shorter) [8:07]
1. I Didn't Know What Time it Was (Rogers / Hart) [6:30]
1. On the Ginza (Shorter) [7:07]
1. Eva *
1. The High Priest *
1. The Theme * OJCCD-090-2 only

Freddie Hubbard (trumpet)
Curtis Fuller (trombone)
Wayne Shorter (tenor sax)
Cedar Walton (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Art Blakey (drums)

{Primary Source: Prestige Discography, Ruppli / Cuscuna}
Not in my collection.


64.00.00 • Wayne Shorter: Best of Wayne Shorter

1964


64.02.10 • Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers: Free For All

Blue Note BST 84170 (LP) 1964; ST 84170 (LP) Jpn

February 10, 1964
Van Gelder Studios
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
The Core (Freddie Hubbard) / tk 3 [9:14] *
1. Hammer Head (Shorter) / tk 5 [7:45]
1. My Funny Valentine [rejected / UNISSUED]
1. Eva [rejected / UNISSUED]
1. Pensativa (Clare Fischer) / tk 15 [7:45]
1. Free For All (Shorter) / tk 16 [11:00]
1. Soul Girl [rejected / UNISSUED]
* Time at "9:75" on LP

Lee Morgan (trumpet)
Wayne Shorter (tenor sax)
Cedar Walton (piano)
Wellington Elley (vocals-3,7)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Art Blakey (drums)

{Primary Source: Blue Note Discography, Ruppli / Cuscuna}
Not in my collection.


64.02.15 • Lee Morgan: Search for the New Land

Blue Note BLP 4169 (mono LP), BST 84169 (stereo LP); K18P 9246 (LP) Jpn

[Also:]
  • Title?
    BN L4169
February 15, 1964
Van Gelder Studios
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
Mr. Kenyatta / tk 3 [8:38[
1. Search for the New Land / tk 5 [5:39]
1. The Joker / tk 10 [5:00]
1. Morgan the Pirate / tk 14 [6:27]
1. Melancholee / tk 16 [6:09]
[All compositions Lee Morgan]

Lee Morgan (trumpet)
Wayne Shorter (tenor sax)
Herbie Hancock (piano)
Grant Green (guitar)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Billy Higgins (drums)

{Primary Source: Blue Note Discography, Ruppli / Cuscuna}
Not in my collection.


64.02.20 • Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers: Kyoto

Riverside RLP-9493 (LP) 1964; OJC-145 (LP)

February 20, 1964
The High Priest (Fuller) [5:58]
1. Never Never Land (Comden / Green / Styne) [5:52]
1. Wellington's Blues (basslakey) [5:05]
1. Nihon Bashi (Sadao Watanabe) [8:30]
1. Kyoto (Hubbard) [6:48]
Freddie Hubbard (trumpet)
Wayne Shorter (tenor sax)
Curtis Fuller (trombone)
Wellington Blakey (vocals-3)
Cedar Walton (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Art Blakey (drums)

{Primary Source: Prestige Discography, Ruppli / Cuscuna}
Not in my collection.

64.04.15 • Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers: Indestructible {1}

Blue Note BLP 4193 (mono LP), BST 84193 (stereo LP) 1985; CDP-7-46429-2 (CD); Toshiba EMI C528-5280 (CD) Jpn

[Also:]
  • Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers: Pisces {2}
    BN King GXF-3060 Jpn
1st session
See also: 64.04.24; 64.05.15

April 15, 1964
Van Gelder Studios
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
It's A Long Way Down (Shorter) / tk 7 {1, 2} *
1. Mr. Jin [rejected / UNISSUED]
1. When Love is New [rejected / UNISSUED]
* Note: This track not included on LP issuess of {1}

Lee Morgan (trumpet)
Wayne Shorter (tenor sax)
Curtis Fuller (trombone)
Cedar Walton (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Art Blakey (drums)

{Primary Source: Blue Note Discography, Ruppli / Cuscuna}
Not in my collection.


64.04.16 • Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers: [Unissued Session]

Blue Note

April 16, 1964
Van Gelder Studios
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
The Egyptian [rejected / UNISSUED]
1. Calling Miss Khadija [rejected / UNISSUED]
1. When Love is New (Walton) [rejected / UNISSUED]
1. Sortie [rejected / UNISSUED]
Lee Morgan (trumpet)
Wayne Shorter (tenor sax)
Curtis Fuller (trombone)
Cedar Walton (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Art Blakey (drums)

{Primary Source: Blue Note Discography, Ruppli / Cuscuna}
Not in my collection.

64.04.24 • [Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers: Indestructible]

Blue Note BLP 4193 (mono LP), BST 84193 (stereo LP) 1985; BN L4193 (7" jukebox EP); CDP-7-46429-2 (CD); Toshiba EMI C528-5280 (CD) Jpn

2nd session
See also: 64.04.15; 64.05.15

April 24, 1964, New York City
When Love is New (Walton) / tk 3 [6:01]
1. The Egyptian [rejected / UNISSUED]
1. It's a Long Way Down (Shorter) [rejected / UNISSUED]
Freddie Hubbard (trumpet)
Wayne Shorter (tenor sax)
Cedar Walton (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Art Blakey (drums)

{Primary Source: Blue Note Discography, Ruppli / Cuscuna; BN L4193}
Others not in my collection.

64.04.29 • Wayne Shorter Quintet: Night Dreamer

Blue Note BLP 4173 (mono LP) BST 84173 (stereo LP); CDP-7-84173-2 (CD); GXK 8003 (LP) Jpn

April 29, 1964
Van Gelder Studios
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
Night Dreamer / tk 3 [7:12]
1. Armageddon / tk 5 [6:16]
1. Oriental Folk Song / tk 9 [6:47]
1. Virgo / tk 12 [7:03]
1. Virgo / tk 14 *
1. Black Nile / tk 27 [6:22]
1. Charcoal Blues / tk 35 [6:48]
[All compositions Wayne Shorter, track 3 arranged by Shorter]

* CDP-7-84173-2 only

Lee Morgan (trumpet-1,2,3,6)
Wayne Shorter (tenor sax)
McCoy Tyner (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Elvin Jones (drums)

{Primary Source: Lee Morgan Discography, M.Matsumura}
Not in my collection.


64.05.15 • [Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers: Indestructible]

Blue Note BLP 4193 (mono LP), BST 84193 (stereo LP); BN L4193 * (7" jukebox EP); CDP-7-46429-2 (CD); Toshiba EMI C528-5280 (CD) Jpn

3rd session
See also: 64.04.15; 64.04.24

May 15, 1964
Van Gelder Studios
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
Sortie (Fuller) / tk 3 [8:13]
1. It's a Long Way Down (Shorter) [rejected / UNISSUED]
1. Mr. Jin (Shorter) / tk 19 [7:06]
1. Calling Miss Khadija (Morgan) / tk 27 [7:21] *
1. The Egyptian (Fuller) / tk 33 [10:25]
Lee Morgan (trumpet)
Wayne Shorter (tenor sax)
Cedar Walton (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Art Blakey (drums)

{Primary Source: Blue Note Discography, Ruppli / Cuscuna; BN L4193}
Others not in my collection.

64.08.01 64.08.04 • James Moody: Running the Gamut

Scepter LP(S)525 (LP); DJM DJM22035

August 1 & 4, 1964
venue?, New York City
tracks?
Thad Jones (trumpet)
James Moody (tenor sax; alto sax; flute)
Marie Volpee (vocals)
Pattie Bown (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Albert Heath (drums)

64.08.03 • Wayne Shorter: Juju

Blue Note BLP 4182 (mono LP); BST 84182 (stereo LP); CDP 7243 8 37644 2 6 (CD); BNJ 71056 (LP) Jpn

August 3, 1964
Van Gelder Studios
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
Yes or No / tk 10 [6:35]
1. Mahjong / tk 12 [7:40]
1. House of Jade / tk 15 [6:49]
1. House of Jade / alt tk [6:35] *
1. Juju / tk 19 [8:28]
1. Juju / alt tk [7:47] *
1. Deluge / tk 27 [6:49]
1. Twelve More Bars to Go / tk 29 [5:26]
* CDP 7243 8 37644 2 6 only.

[All compositions, Wayne Shorter]

Wayne Shorter (tenor sax)
McCoy Tyner (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Elvin Jones (drums)

{Primary Source: CDP 7243 8 37644 2 6}


64.08.10 • Archie Shepp: Four for Trane

Impulse AS-71 (LP); IMP 12182 (CD) 1997

August 10, 1964
Van Gelder Studios
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
Syeeda's Song Flute (John Coltrane) [8:26]
1. Mr. Syms (John Coltrane) [7:38]
1. Cousin Mary (John Coltrane) [7:11]
1. Naima (John Coltrane) [7:06]
1. Rufus (Swung, his face at last to the wind, then his neck snapped) (Shepp) [6:23]
Archie Shepp (tenor sax)
John Tchicai (alto sax)
Alan Shorter (trumpet)
Roswell Rudd (trombone)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Charles Moffett (drums)

{Primary Source: IMP 12182}

65.02.24 • Yusef Lateef: Yusef Lateef

Impulse A 84 (LP)

February 24, 1965
Place?
1984
1. Try Love
1. Soul Sister
1. Love Waltz
1. One Little Indian
1. Listen to the Wind
1. Warm Fire
1. Gee Sam Gee
1. The Greatest Story Ever Told
Yusef Lateef (fl)
Mike Nock ()
Reggie Workman (bass)
James Black (drums)

{Primary Source: info via J. Chacona}
Not in my collection.

65.03.04 • Wayne Shorter: The Soothsayer {1}

Blue Note LT-988; CDP7-84443-2 (CD)

[Also:]
  • Blue Note Sampler, Vol. 3 {2}
    United Artists UALP21 (LP)
March 4, 1965
Van Gelder Studios
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
Angela / alt tk 7 [UNISSUED]
1. Lost / tk 11 [7:08] {1}
1. Valse Triste / tk 12 [7:25] {1}
1. The Big Push / tk 14 [8:10] {1}
1. The Soothsayer / tk 17 [9:24] {1}
1. Lady Day / tk 20 [5:24] {1,2}
1. Angela / tk 22 [4:41] {1} [All compositions Wayne Shorter, "Valse Triste" after Sibelius]

Wayne Shorter (tenor sax)
Freddie Hubbard (trumpet)
James Spaulding (alto sax)
McCoy Tyner (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Tony Williams (drums)

{Primary Source: Blue Note Discography, Ruppli / Cuscuna}
Not in my collection.


65.06.14 • Wayne Shorter: The Collector

GXF 3059 (LP) Jpn

1st session
See also: 66.02.24

June 14, 1965
Van Gelder Studio
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
Penelope
1. Etcetera
1. Barracudas
1. Indian Song
Wayne Shorter (tenor sax)
Reggie Workman (bass)

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro}
Not in my collection.

65.07.16 • New York Art Quartet: Mohawk

Fontana 195J 21 (LP); 881009 ZY-PSI (LP) JAP

July 16, 1965 New York City
Rufus 3rd (Tchicai)
1. Mohawk (Charlie Parker)
1. Banging on the White House Door (Rudd)
1. No. 6 (Tchicai)
1. Everything Happens to Me (Adair / Dennis)
1. Quintis T. (Tchicai)
1. Sweet V. (Rudd)
John Tchicai (aerophone with single percussion lamella, keys and conical bore)
Roswell Rudd (slide aerophone; cylindrical bore valve aerophone; conical bore...)
Reggie Workman (violinertical chordophone / plucked, bowed + struck)
Milford Graves (Idiophones or membranophones / stamped, scraped, struck, shaken, rubbed + scraped.)

{Primary Source: info via J. Chacona}
Not in my collection.

65.07.21
65.07.22 • Yusef Lateef: Psychicemotus

Impulse A 92

July 21 & 22, 1965
Place?
Psychicemotus
1. Bamboo Flute Blues
1. Semiocto
1. Why Do I Love You?
1. Gymnopedie #1
1. Medula Sonata
1. I'll Always Be in Love With You
1. Ain't Misbehavin'
Yuseff Lateef (flute)
George Arvanitas (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
James Black (drums)

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro}
Not in my collection.

65.10.27 • Booker Ervin: The Trance {1}

Prestige PR 7462 (LP) 1966; VIJ 4060 (LP) Jpn

[Also:]
  • Booker Ervin with Dexter Gordon: Setting the Pace {2}
    Prestige PRLP 7455 (LP) 1967; PRST-7455 (stereo) (LP) 1967; VIJJ 30007 (LP) Jpn
October 27, 1965
Munich, Germany
Groovin' at the Jamboree {1}
1. Speak Low {1}
1. The Trance {1}
1. Settin' the Pace {2}
1. Dexter's Deck {2}
Booker Ervin (tenor sax)
Dexter Gordon (tenor sax-4,5)
Jaki Bard (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Alan Dawson (drums)

{Primary Source: Prestige Discography, Ruppli / Cuscuna}
Not in my collection.

65.11.16 • Lee Morgan Quintet: Infinity

Blue Note LT-1091 (LP) 1966

November 16, 1965
Van Gelder Studios
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
Infinity / tk 1
1. Growing Pains / tk 5
1. Miss Nettie B. / tk 17
1. Portrait of Doll / tk 25
1. Zip Code / tk 26
Lee Morgan (trumpet)
Jackie McLean (alto sax)
Larry Willis (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Billy Higgins (drums)

{Primary Source: Blue Note Discography, Ruppli / Cuscuna}
Not in my collection.

66.00.00 • Herbie Mann: The Beat Goes On

Atlantic SD1483 (LP) 1967

date?, 1966
venue?, New York City
No Matter What Shape
1. More Rice than Peas, Please
1. The Beat Goes On
1. Swinging Shepherd Blues
1. West African High Life
1. Soul Montuno
Herbie Mann (flute)
King Curtis (tenor sax)
Clark Terry (trumpet)
Roy Ayers (violinbs)
Jimmy Wisner (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Bruno Carr (drums)
Carlos "Patato" Valdes (perc)
? (strings)
Gene Orloff (director)

{Primary source: info via G. Scala}
Not in my collection.

66.02.03 • Wayne Shorter: Adam's Apple

Blue Note 4232 (mono LP); BST 84323 (stereo LP); CDP-7-46403-2 (CD) 1987; BNJ 71093 (LP) JPN; TOJC 4232 (20-BIT CD) JPN 1998

1st session
See also: 66.02.24

February 3, 1966
Van Gelder Studios
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
Adam's Apple (Shorter) / tk 3 [6:48]
Wayne Shorter (tenor sax)
Herbie Hancock (piano)
Reginald Workman (bass)
Joe Chambers (drums)

{Primary Source: CDP-7-46403-2; random}


66.02.24 • [Wayne Shorter: Adam's Apple] {1}

Blue Note 4232 (mono LP); BST 84323 (stereo LP); CDP-7-46403-2 (CD) 1987; BNJ 71093 (LP) Jpn

[Also:]
  • Wayne Shorter: The Collector {2}
    BN GXF 3059 (LP) Jpn
2nd session
See also: 66.02.03

February 24, 1966
Van Gelder Studios
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
Footprints (Shorter) / tk 11 [7:28] {1}
1. El Gaucho (Shorter) / tk 14 [6:29] {1}
1. 502 Blues (Drinkin' and Drivin') (Jimmy Rowles) / tk 16 [6:33] {1}
1. Chief Crazy Horse (Shorter) / tk 20 [7:34] {1}
1. Teru (Shorter) / tk 21 [6:11] {1}
1. The Collector (Hancock) / tk 22 [6:55] {1*,2} [* CDP-7-46403-2 only]

Wayne Shorter (tenor sax)
Herbie Hancock (piano)
Reginald Workman (bass)
Joe Chambers (drums)

{Primary Source: CDP-7-46403-2}


66.03.05 • Freddie Hubbard: Blue Spirit

Blue Note CDP 7 46545 2 (CD)
[BLP 4176 (mono LP) & BST 84176 (stereo LP) do not include these tracks]

March 5, 1966
Van Gelder Studios
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
The Melting Pot / tk 6
1. True Colors / tk 10
Freddie Hubbard (trumpet)
Joe Henderson (tenor sax)
Hosea Taylor (alto sax-1; bassoon-2)
Herbie Hancock (piano; celeste-1)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Elvin Jones (drums)

{Primary Source: Blue Note Discography, Ruppli / Cuscuna}
Not in my collection.

66.03.07 • Herbie Mann: Impressions Of The Middle East

Atlantic 1475 (LP) 1967

March 7, 1966
venue?, New York City
Turkish Coffee (Herbie Mann) [5:00]
1. Incense (Herbie Mann) [7:18]
1. Odalisque (Arif Mardin) [7:40]
1. Do Wah Diddy Diddy (Jeff Barry / Ellie Greenwich) [2:36]
1. Uskudar (Traditional) [3:37]
1. The Oud And The Pussy Cat (Herbie Mann) [5:03]
1. Yavuz (Traditional) [4:36]
1. Dance Of The Semites (Herbie Mann) [4:27]
Herbie Mann (flute-1,3,4,5,6,7,8; alto flute-2)
Hachig Thomas Kazarian (clarinet-4,5,6,7,8; percussion-1,2,3)
Jimmy Owens (trumpet-4,6)
Julian Priester (trombone-4,6)
Joe Orange (trombone-4,6)
Attila Zoller (guitar-4,6)
Mohamed Elakkad (zither-4,5,6,7,8)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Roy Ayers (vibes-1,2,3)
Chick Ganimian (oud)
Carlos "Patato" Valdes (congas-1,2,3; percussion-4,6)
Moulay Ali Hafid (percussion-4,5,6,7,8)
Robert Marashlian (percussion-4,5,6,7,8)
Geraldine See (percussion-1,2,3)
Bruno Carr (drums)

{Primary Source: info via S. Miner}
Not in my collection.

66.03.08
66.03.09 • Yusef Lateef: A Flat, G Flat and C

Impulse A-9117 (LP)

March 8 & 9, 1966
PLACE?
Warm Hearted Blues (Lateef)
1. Nile Valley Blues (Lateef)
1. Robbie (Hugh Lawson)
1. Psyche Rose (M. Daleel / B. Ebron)
1. Chuen Blues (Lateef)
1. Feather Comfort (Lateef)
1. Blind Willie (Lateef)
1. Feelin' Alright (Lateef)
1. Sound Wave (Lateef)
1. Kyoto Blues (Lateef)
Yuseff Lateef (tenor sax; alto sax; flute; oboe; theremin)
Hugh Lawson (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Roy Brooks (drums)

{Primary Source: info via S. Miner}
Not in my collection

66.03.10 • Herbie Mann: Our Man Flute

Atlantic SD1464 (LP)

March 10, 1966, New York City
tracks?
Jimmy Owens (trumpet; flugelhorn
Jimmy Knepper (trombone)
Joe Orange (trombone)
Herbie Mann (tenor sax; flute)
Attila Zoller (guitar)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Bruno Carr (drums)
Carlos "Patato" Valdes (conga)
Arif Mardin or Oliver Nelson (arranger)

{Primary Source: info via G. Scala}
Not int my collection.

66.03.18 • Hank Mobley: Slice of the Top

Blue Note LT-955 (LP) 1979; GXK 8177 (LP) Jpn
{*scheduled for BN BLP 4241, which was not released}

March 18, 1966
Van Gelder Studios
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
A Touch of Blue (Mobley) / tk 1 [8:44]
1. A Slice of the Top (Mobley) / tk 9 [9:40]
1. Hank's Other Bag (Mobley) / tk 15 [7:10]
1. There's a Lull In My Life (Gordon / Revel) / tk 21 [5:23]
1. Cute 'n' Pretty (Mobley) / tk 25 [7:35]
Hank Mobley (tenor sax)
Lee Morgan (trumpet)
Kiane Zawadi (euphonium)
James Spaulding (alto sax; flute-5)
McCoy Tyner (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Billy Higgins (drums)

{Primary Source: Blue Note Discography, Ruppli / Cuscuna}
Not in my collection.

66.07.04 • Herbie Mann: New Mann at Newport

Atlantic 1471 (LP)

July 4, 1966
Place?
Project S
1. Scratch
1. She's a Carioca
1. All Blues
1. Summertime
Herbie Mann
Jimmy Owens
Joe Orange
Jack Hitchcock
Jimmy Knepper
Attila Zoller
Reggie Workman (bass)
Carlos Valdez (percussion)
Bruno Carr (drums)

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro}
Not in my collection

66.10.10 • Bill Dixon: Intents and Purposes

RCA LPM-3844 / LSP-3844 (LP)

October 10, 1966
RCA Victor Studio B, New York City
Metamorphosis 1962-1966 (Dixon) [13:20]
Bill Dixon (trumpet; flute)
Jimmy Cheatham (bass trombone)
Byard Lancaster (alto sax; bass clarinet)
Robin Kenyatta (alto sax)
George Marge (english horn)
Catherine Norris (cello)
Jimmy Garrison (bass)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Marc Levin (percussion)
Robert Frank Pozar (drums)

{Primary source: info via D. Whitling}
Not in my collection.

66.12.28 • Herbie Mann: A Mann & a Woman

Atlantic SD8141 (LP)

December 28, 1966, New York City
tracks?
Herbie Mann (flute)
Gary Burton (vibes)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Bruno Carr (drums)
Carlos "Patato" Valdes (conga)
Tamiko Jones (vocals)
? (strings)
Jimmy Wisner (arranger; conductor)

{Primary source: info via G. Scala}
Not in my collection.

67.00.00 • Roy Ayers: Daddy Bug & Friends

Atlantic Records SD1692 (LP) 1976

Dates?, 1967-69?
Place?
Daddy Bug
1. I Love You Michelle
1. Bonita
1. Slow Motion
1. Native Dancer
1. In The Limelight
1. Virgo Vibes
Roy Ayers
()
()
()
Reggie Workman (bass)

{Primary source: random}
Not in my collection.

67.01.18
67.03.06 • Roy Ayers: Virgo Vibes

Atlantic Records (LP) 1967

January 18 to March 6, 1967

The Ringer
1. Ayerloom
1. In the Limelight
1. Virgo Blues
1. Glow Flower
Roy Ayers (vibes)
Charles Tolliver (trumpet)
Joe Henderson (tenor sax)
Ronald Clark (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
? Carr (drums)
{Primary source: random}
Not in my collection.

67.00.00 • Blue Note: Rare Grooves

1967


67.00.00 • Earl Coleman: Love Songs

Atlantic SD 8172 (LP) 1968

1967?
Place?
People
1. There's No You
1. A Day in the Life of a Fool
1. Manha De Carnaval
1. I've Got You Under My Skin
1. I Wish I Knew
1. I Won't Tell a Soul
1. Work Song
1. Manhatan
1. Charade
1. When Did You Leave Heaven?
Billy Taylor (piano)
Eddie Williams (trumpet)
Gene Bertoncini (guitar)
Bobby Thomas (drums)
Earl Coleman (vocals)
Reggie Workman (bass)

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro; random}
Not in my collection.

67.04.26 • Archie Shepp: Magic of Ju-Ju

Impulse A 9154 (LP)

April 26, 1967
Place?
The Magic of Ju-Ju
1. You're What This Day is All About
1. Shazam
1. Sorry 'Bout That
Archie Shepp
Martin Banks
Michael Zwerin
Beaver Harris
Norman Connors
Reggie Workman (bass)
Ed Blackwell (drums)
Frank Charles
Dennis Charles (drums)

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro}
Not in my collection.

67.06.03 • Herbie Mann: The Wailing Dervishes

Atlantic SD1497 (LP)

June 3, 1967
Village Theatre, New York City
tracks?
Herbie Mann (flute)
Hachig T. Kazarian (clarinet)
Chick Ganimian (oud)
Esber Koprucu (zither)
Roy Ayers (vibes)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Steve Knight (electric bass)
Moulay "Ali" Hafid (dumbek)
Bruno Carr (drums)

Note: Tom Lord Jazz Discography has Esber Koprucu as "Esther". Correction by Mustafa Koprucu. --RL

{Primary source: info via G. Scala}
Not in my collection.

67.12.29 • Tyrone Washington: Natural Essence

Blue Note BST 84274 (LP) 1969

December 29, 1967
Van Gelder Studio
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
Ethos / tk 4 [6:10]
1. Soul Dance / tk 7 [8:00]
1. Yearning for Love / tk 11 [6:25]
1. Positive Path / tk 14 [8:00]
1. Natural Essence / tk 15 [4:57]
1. Song of Peace / tk 18 [5:05]
[All compositions, Tyrone Washington]

Tyrone Washington (tenor sax)
Woody Shaw (trumpet-1,2,3,4,5)
James Spaulding (alto sax & flute-1,2,3,4,5)
Kenny Barron (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Joe Chambers (drums)

{Primary Source: Blue Note Discography, Ruppli / Cuscuna}
Not in my collection.


68.01.24 • Jazz Composer's Orchestra: Communications

JCOA 1001/2 (2LP) 1968; JCOA 89002 XBT (2LP); Virgin 840 048 (2LP); JCOA (1001/2) 841 124-2 (CD); ECM, JCOA 1001/2 78118-23401-2 (CD)

1st session
[See also: 68.05.08; 68.06.20-21]

January 24, 1968
RCA Victor's Studio B, New York City
Communications #8 [14:03]
[Composition, Michael Mantler]

Mike Mantler (conductor)
Don Cherry (cornet)
Gato Barbieri (tenor sax)
Steve Lacy (soprano sax)
Al Gibbons (soprano sax)
Gene Hull (alto sax)
Bob Donovan (alto sax)
Lew Tabackin (tenor sax)
George Barrow (tenor sax)
Charles Davis (baritone sax)
Lloyd Michels (fluegelhorn)
Randy Brecker (fluegelhorn)
Bob Northern (french horn)
Julius Watkins (french horn)
Jimmy Knepper (trombone)
Jack Jeffers (bass trombone)
Howard Johnson (tuba)
Carla Bley (piano)
Kent Carter (bass)
Ron Carter (bass)
Richard Davis (bass)
Charlie Haden (bass)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Andrew Cyrille (drums)

Soloists: Don Cherry; Gato Barbieri.

Note: It is possible that one of the alternate issues has the title as COMMUNICATIONS: Jazz Composer's Orchestra. Can anyone confirm? --RL

{Primary source: info via Görgen Antonsson.}
Not in my collection.


68.05.08 • [Jazz Composer's Orchestra: Communications]

JCOA 1001/2 (2LP) 1968; JCOA 89002 XBT (2LP); Virgin 840 048 (2LP); JCOA (1001/2) 841 124-2 (CD); ECM, JCOA 1001/2 78118-23401-2 (CD)

2nd session
[See also: 68.01.24; 68.06.20-21]

May 8, 1968
RCA Victor's Studio B, New York City
Communications #9 [8:14]
1. Communications #10 [13:42]
1. Preview [3:29 ]
[All compositions, Michael Mantler]

Mike Mantler (conductor)
Al Gibbons (soprano sax)
Steve Marcus (soprano sax)
Bob Donovan (alto sax)
Frank Wess (alto sax)
Lew Tabackin (tenor sax)
George Barrow (tenor sax)
Pharoah Sanders (tenor sax-3)
Charles Davis (baritone sax)
Lloyd Michels (fluegelhorn)
Stephen Furtado (fluegelhorn)
Bob Northern (french horn)
Julius Watkins (french horn)
Jimmy Knepper (trombone)
Roswell Rudd (trombone-2)
Jack Jeffers (bass trombone)
Howard Johnson (tuba)
Larry Coryell (guitar-1)
Carla Bley (piano)
Ron Carter (bass)
Charlie Haden (bass)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Eddie Gomez (bass)
Steve Swallow (bass)
Beaver Harris (drums)

Soloists: Larry Coryell (1); Roswell Rudd (2); Steve Swallow bass intro (2); Pharoah Sanders (3)

Note: It is possible that one of the alternate issues has the title as COMMUNICATIONS: Jazz Composer's Orchestra. Can anyone confirm? --RL

{Primary source: info via Görgen Antonsson.}
Not in my collection.


68.06.20
68.06.21 • Jazz Composer's Orchestra: Communications

JCOA 1001/2 (2LP) 1968; JCOA 89002 XBT (2LP); Virgin 840 048 (2LP); JCOA (1001/2) 841 124-2 (CD); ECM, JCOA 1001/2 78118-23401-2 (CD)

3rd session
[See also: 68.01.24; 68.05.08]

June 20 & 21, 1968
RCA Victor's Studio B, New York City
Communications #11 - Part 1 [15:32]
1. Communications #11 - Part 2 [8:14] [All compositions, Michael Mantler]

Mike Mantler (conductor)
Gato Barbieri (tenor sax)
Al Gibbons (soprano sax)
Steve Marcus (soprano sax)
Bob Donovan (alto sax)
Lew Tabackin (tenor sax)
Charles Davis (baritone sax)
Lloyd Michels (fluegelhorn)
Stephen Furtado (fluegelhorn)
Bob Northern (french horn)
Julius Watkins (french horn)
Jimmy Knepper (trombone)
Jack Jeffers (bass trombone)
Howard Johnson (tuba)
Cecil Taylor (piano)
Charlie Haden (bass)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Bob Cunningham (bass)
Reggie Johnson (bass)
Alan Silva (bass)
Andrew Cyrille (drums)

Soloist: Cecil Taylor piano

Note: It is possible that one of the alternate issues has the title as COMMUNICATIONS: Jazz Composer's Orchestra. Can anyone confirm? --RL

{Primary source: info via Görgen Antonsson.}
Not in my collection.


68.00.00 • Roy Ayers: Stoned Soul Picnic

Atlantic SD1514 (LP)

1968 ?
tracks?
Charles Tolliver (trumpet; fluegelhorn)
Hubert Laws (flute)
Gary Bartz (alto sax)
Roy Ayers (vibes)
Herbie Hancock (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Bruno Carr (drums)Reggie Workman (bass)
[Joe Henderson (tenor sax) may be present]

{Primary source: info via ...}
Not in my collection.

68.02.15 • Lee Morgan Sextet: Taru

Blue Note LT-1031 (LP)

February 15, 1968
Van Gelder Studios
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
Haeschen / tk 2 [UNISSUED]
1. Haeschen / tk 6
1. Avotcja One / tk 11
1. Durem / tk 22
1. Dee Lawd / tk 24
1. Taru, What's Wrong With You / tk 28
1. Get Yourself Together / tk 29
Lee Morgan (trumpet)
Bennie Maupin (tenor sax)
John Hicks (piano)
George Benson (guitar-1,2,3,6)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Billy Higgins (drums)

{Primary Source: Blue Note Discography, Ruppli / Cuscuna}
Not in my collection.

68.03.14 • Bobby Hutcherson: Patterns

Blue Note LT-1044 (LP); GXK 8185 (LP) Jpn; Blue Note 33583 (Limited edition 180 gram Blue Note Connoisseur Series LP) 1995

March 14, 1968
Van Gelder Studios
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
Patterns / tk 3
1. Effie / tk 8
1. Nocturnal / tk 10
1. Irina / tk 14
1. Ankara / tk 25
1. A Time to Go / tk 29
Bobby Hutcherson (vibes)
James Spaulding (flute; alto sax)
Stanley Cowell (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Joe Chambers (drums)

{Primary Source: Blue Note Discography, Ruppli / Cuscuna}
Not in my collection.

68.04.19 • Andrew Hill: [Unissued Session]

Blue Note

April 19, 1968
Van Gelder Studios
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
Bayou Red [rejected]
1. Venture Inward [rejected]
1. Soul Special [rejected]
1. Unknown title / tk 32
1. Love Nocturne / tk 33 or 34
Andrew Hill (piano)
Woody Shaw (trumpet)
Frank Mitchell (tenor sax)
Jimmy Ponder (guitar)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Idris Mohammad (drums)

{Primary Source: Blue Note Discography, Ruppli / Cuscuna}
Not in my collection.

68.05.03 • Lee Morgan Quintet: Caramba

Blue Note BST-84289 (LP); BN CDP7243-8-53358-2-2 (CD)

May 3, 1968
Van Gelder Studios
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
Helen's Ritual / tk 4 (Morgan)
1. Suicide City / tk 6 (Morgan)
1. Cunning Lee / tk 16 (Morgan)
1. Caramba / tk 19 (Morgan)
1. Soulita (aka 'Dig Dis') / tk 21 (Morgan)
1. A Baby's Smile / tk 23 (Cal Massey) * * CDP7243-8-53358-2-2 only.

Lee Morgan (trumpet)
Bennie Maupin (tenor sax-1,2,3,4,5)
Cedar Walton (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Billy Higgins (drums)

{Primary Source: Blue Note Discography, Ruppli / Cuscuna}
Not in my collection.


68.06.19
68.06.25 • Gary Bartz: Another Earth

Milestone MSP 9018 (LP)

[Also:]
  • Gary Bartz: Libra / Another Earth
    Milestone 47077 (2CD) 1998
June 19 & 25, 1968
Place?
Another Earth [23:46]
1. Dark Nebula [5:04]
1. U.F.O. [4:49]
1. Lost in the Stars [4:04]
1. Perihelion and Aphelion [3:47]
Gary Bartz (alto sax)
Charles Tolliver (trumpet-1)
Pharoah Sanders (tenor sax-1)
Stanley Cowell (piano-1,2,3,5)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Freddie Waits (drums-1,2,3,5)

{Primary Source: Blue Note Discography, Ruppli / Cuscuna; random}
Not in my collection.

68.07.00 • Lee Morgan-Clifford Jordan Quintet: Live in Baltimore

Fresh Sound FSCD 1037

July ??, 1968
Royal Arms
Baltimore, MD
Straight No Chaser (Monk)
1. Like Someone in Love (Burke / Van-Heusen)
1. Solar (M. Davis)
1. The Vamp (Mobley)
1. Sophisticated Lady [UNISSUED]
1. The Theme
Lee Morgan (trumpet)
Clifford Jordan (tenor sax)
John Hicks (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Ed Blackwell (drums)

{Primary Source: Lee Morgan Discography, M. Matsumura; unissued track info via T. Nomoto}
Not in my collection.

68.09.17 • Lee Morgan Group: Lee Morgan

Blue Note BST-84901

[Note: Originally scheduled for release as BST-84381]

September 17, 1968
Van Gelder Studios
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
Croquet Ballet / tk 2 (Harper)
1. Angela / tk 4
1. In What Direction are You Headed? / tk 7

September 18, 1971
Van Gelder Studios
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
Capra Black / tk 4 (Harper)
1. Inner Passions [rejected]
1. Unknown title [UNISSUED]
1. Unknown title [UNISSUED]
Lee Morgan (trumpet; fluegelhorn)
Grachan Moncur III (trombone)
Billy Harper (tenor sax; alto sax; flute)
Bobbi Humphrey (flute)
Harold Mabern, Jr. (piano; electric piano)
Jymie Merritt (electric bass)
Reggie Workman (bass; percussion)
Freddie Waits (drums; recorder)

{Primary Source: Blue Note Discography, Ruppli / Cuscuna}
Not in my collection.

69.02.14
69.10.20 • Pharoah Sanders: Karma {1}

Imp MCA MCAD-39122 (CD); MCA MCAC-39122 (CS); GRP 153 (CD) 1995

[Also:]
  • Various Artists: Fire Into Music / The Best of Impulse! Volume III {2}
    MCA2-8032 (2LP) 1989
February 14, 1969 - October 20, 1969
The Creator Has a Master Plan Part I [19:20] {1,2} *
1. The Creator Has a Master Plan Part II [13:36] {1}
1. Colors [5:36] {1} [*Note: MCA2-8032 has a 13:30 edit of track 1]

[All compositions Sanders/Thomas]

Pharoah Sanders (tenor sax)
Zoot Sims (tenor sax)
James Spaulding (flute)
Julius Watkins (french horn)
Lonnie Liston Smith (piano)
Leon Thomas (percussion; vocals)
Ron Carter (bass)
Richard Davis (bass)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Billy Hart (drums)
Freddie Waits (drums)
Nat Bettis (percussion)

{Primary Source: info via J. Chacona}
Not in my collection.


69.05.16 • Freddie Hubbard: The Black Angel

Atlantic SD1549; Atlantic (Warner Europe) 7567 80782-2 (CD) 1998

May 16, 1969
venue?, New York City
Spacetrack [16:58]
1. Eclipse [8:20]
1. The Black Angel (Barron) [8:20]
1. Gittin' Down [6:41]
1. Coral Keys (Bishop) [5:21]
Freddie Hubbard (trumpet; arranger)
James Spaulding (alto sax; flute)
Kenny Barron (piano; electric piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Louis Hayes (drums)
Carlos "Patato" Valdes (congas; maracas)

69.06.25 • Cedar Walton: Soul Cycle

Prestige PR 7693 (LP) 1969; OJC CD 847 (CD)

June 25, 1969, New York City
I Should Care
1. Quiet Dawn
1. My Cherie Amour
1. Sundown Express
1. Easy Walker
1. Lil' Darlin' [Unissued]
1. Pensativa
Cedar Walton (piano; electric piano)
Rudy Stevenson (guitar-1,2,3,4)
James Moody (flute-1,2,3; tenor sax-4)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Albert "Tootie" Heath (drums)

{Primary Source: Prestige Discography, Ruppli / Cuscuna}
Not in my collection.

69.08.11 • Bobby Hutcherson: Medina

Blue Note LT 1086 (LP)

August 11, 1969
Place?
Avis
1. Comes Spring
1. Dave's Chant
1. Orientale
1. Medina
1. Ungano
Bobby Hutcherson (vibes)
Harold Land ()
Stanley Cowell (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Joe Chambers (drums)

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro}
Not in my collection.

69.09.25 • Stanley Cowell: Brilliant Circles

Freedom FLP 40104 (LP); Polydor 2383 092 (LP); Arista-Freedom AL 1009 (LP) 1975; Freedom TKCB-70387 (CD) 1994

[Note: Originally released in England on Black Lion, according to the liner notes.]

September 25, 1969
Olmsted Sound Studios, New York City
Brilliant Circles (Cowell) [15:44]
1. Earthly Heavens (Washington) [6:48]
1. Boo-Ann's Grand (Shaw) [9:14]
1. Bobby's Tune (Hutcherson) [10:59]
Tyrone Washington (tenor sax; flute; clarinet; maracas)
Stanley Cowell (piano)
Woody Shaw (trumpet; maracas)
Bobby Hutcherson (vibes)
Reggie Workman (bass; electric bass)
Joe Chambers (drums)

{Primary Source: AL 1009}


1959-60's

1970's

1980's

1990's


70.00.00 • Freddie Hubbard: Best of Freddie Hubbard

1970 ???


70.09.29
70.10.01 • Terumasa Hino: Peace and Love

Canyon CAJ1004 (LP); Overseas ULS 1852 (LP) Jpn 1970

September 29 & October 1, 1970
venue?
Tokyo, Japan
Gongen
1. Peace and Love
Terumasa Hino (trumpet)
Hideo Ichikawa (piano)
Kyoshi Sugimoto (guitar)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Teruo Nakamura (percussion)
Notohiko Hino (drums)

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro}
Not in my collection.

70.11.12 • Terumasa Hino: A Part

Canyon CAJ1005 (LP); Overseas ULS 1853 (LP) Jpn

November 12, 1970
[also have 70.11.01; 70.11.08; and 70.12.03 ???]
venue?
Tokyo, Japan
A Part
1. Ode to Workman
1. Be and Know
Terumasa Hino (trumpet; fluegelhorn)
Takao Uematso (tenor sax; bass clarinet)
Hideo Ichikawa (piano; electric piano)
Kyoshi Sugimoto (guitar)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Yuji Imamura (congas)
Motohiko Hino (drums)

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro}
Not in my collection.

70.12.06 • Takehiro Honda: Jodo

Trio RSP9018 (LP)

December 6, 1970
venue?
Tokyo, Japan
tracks?
Takehiro Honda (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Motohiko Hino (drums)

{Primary Source: info via G. Scala}
Not in my collection.

71.00.00 • Johnny Coles: Katumbo

Mainstream MRL346 (LP) 1971

date ?, 1971
venue?
place?
tracks?

Johnny Coles (trumpet; fluegelhorn)
Astley Fennel (trombone)
Howard Johnson (tuba)
Gregory Herbert (tenor sax)
Cedar Walton (piano; electric piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Bruce Ditmas (drums)

{Primary Source: info via G. Scala}
Not in my collection.

71.00.00 • Heiner Stadler: Brains on Fire

Labor LRS 7001 (LP) 1973; Musical Heritage Society MHS 1780 (LP) 1973

[Also:]
  • Heiner Stadler: Retrospection
    The Jazz Alliance 10032 (CD) 1996
July? or September?, 1971
O'Brien's Studio
Teaneck, NJ
Pointed
Tyrone Washington (tenor sax)
Heiner Stadler (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Lenny White (drums)

{Primary source: random}
Not in my collection.

71.03.31 • Terumasa Hino: Love Nature

Canyon J-1006 (LP); Overseas ULS 1854 (LP) Jpn 1971

March 31, 1971
venue?
Teaneck, NJ
Each Other
1. Love Nature
1. Sister Mayumi
Terumasa Hino (trumpet)
Gary Bartz (alto sax)
Kyoshi Sugimoto (guitar)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Eric Gravatt (drums)

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro}
Not in my collection.

71.09.17
71.09.18 • Lee Morgan: Lee Morgan

Blue Note BST84901 (LP)

September 17 & 18, 1971
venue?
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
tracks?
Lee Morgan (trumpet; fluegelhorn)
Grachan Moncur III (trombone)
Bobbi Humphrey (flute)
Billy Harper (tenor sax; alto-flute)
Harold Mabern (piano; electric piano)
Jymie Merritt (bass)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Freddie Waits (drums)

{Primary Source: info via G. Scala}
Not in my collection.

71.11.15 71.11.16 • Alice Coltrane: World Galaxy {1}

ABC Impulse AS 9218 (LP) 1971

[Also:]
  • Various Artists: Irrepressible Impulses {2}
    IMP 1972 (LP) 1972
November 15 & 16, 1971 venue?
locale?
My Favorite Things [6:22] {1}
1. Galaxy Around Olodumare [4:15] {1}
1. Galaxy in Turiya [9:55] {1,2*}
1. Galaxy in Satchidananda [10:25] {1}
1. A Love Supreme [9:58] {1} [* IMP 1972 contains a 3:18 edited version of the master]

Alice Coltrane (harp; arranger; orchestrations)
Frank Lowe (tenor sax; soprano sax)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Ben Riley (drums)
Elaine Jones (tympani)

Strings:
David Sackson
Arthur Aaron
Henry Aaron
Julien Barber
Avron Coleman
Harry Glickman
Edward Green
Janet Hill
Leroy Jenkins
Joan Kalisch
Ronald Lipscomb
Seymour Miroff
Thomas Nickerson
Alan Schulman
Irving Spice
William Stone

{Primary Source: info via G. Scala}
Not in my collection.


72.08.09 • Charles Tolliver's Music, Inc.: Live at the Loosdrecht Jazz Festival

Strata East SES 19740 (2LP) 1973

[Also:]
  • Charles Tolliver: Grand Max
    Black Lion PA 3001/2 (LP) Jpn; BLP 30131/32 (LP) Jpn; BLCD760145 1990 Jpn

August 9, 1972
Loosdrecht Jazz Festival
Loosdrecht, Holland
Grand Max (Tolliver) [11:22]
1. Truth (Tolliver) [11:06]
1. Prayer for Peace (Cowell) [15:15]
1. Our Second Father (Tolliver) [16:40]
1. Repetition (Hefti) [13:10]
Charles Tolliver (trumpet; flgl)
John Hicks (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Alvin Queen (drums)

{Primary Source: ?}
Not in my collection.


73.00.00 • Billy Harper: Capra Black

Strata-East SES 1973/9 (LP); Strata-East 660-510-022 (CD)

date ?, 1973
venue?, New York City
Capra Black (Harper) [11:17]
1. Sir Galahad (Harper) [8:00]
1. New Breed (Harper) [4:30]
1. Soulfully I Love You
1. Black Spiritual Of Love
1. Cry Of Hunger
Billy Harper (tenor sax; vocal)
Jimmy Owens (trumpet)
Dick Griffin (trombone)
Julian Priester (trombone)
George Cables (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Elvin Jones (drums)
Billy Cobham (drums)
Warren Smith (drums)
Barbara Grant (vocals)
Laveda Johnson (vocals)
Gene McDaniels (vocals)
Pat Robinson (vocals)

{Primary Source: info via G. Scala; Görgen Antonsson}
Not in my collection.

73.00.00 • Heiner Stadler: Brains on Fire, Vol. 2

Labor LRS 7002 (LP) 1973

[Also:]
  • Heiner Stadler: Retrospection
    The Jazz Alliance 10032 (CD) 1996
?, 1973
O'Brien's Studio
Teaneck, NJ
Pointed
Dee Dee Bridgewater ( )
Reggie Workman (bass)

{Primary source: random}
Not in my collection.

73.11.22 • Roy Brooks And The Artistic Truth, Live At Small's Paradise, N.Y.C.: Ethnic Expressions

Im-Hotep CS-030 (LP) 1973

November 22, 1973
Harlem, New York City
tracks ???
Roy Brooks (drums and various percussion instruments)
Olu Dara (trumpet and E-flat horn)
Hamiet Bluiett (baritone sax. and clarinet)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Joseph Bonner (acoustic piano)
Black Rose (ethnic expressionist)
Eddie Jefferson (vocalist)
Cecil Bridgewater (trumpet and flugelhorn)
Sonny Fortune (alto sax and flute)
John Stubblefield (tenor sax, flute and bass clarinet)
Hilton Ruiz, piano (Fender Rhodes)
Richard Landrum (African percussion)
Lawrence Williams (African percussion)

{Primary source: info via Sean Pennycook}
Not in my collection.

73.12.28 • Mal Waldron: Up Popped the Devil

Enja 2034 (LP)

December 28, 1973
Place?
Up Popped the Devil
1. Space Walk
1. Snake Out
1. Changachangachang
Mal Waldron (piano)
Carla Poole ()
Reggie Workman (bass)
Joe Chambers (drums)

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro}
Not in my collection.

73.12.31 • Black Survival: The Sahel Concert at Town Hall

Imhotep Records (LP)

December 31, 1973
venue?, Harlem, New York City
tracks?
John Stubblefield ()
Sonny Fortune ()
Cecil Bridgewater ()
Dee Dee Bridgewater ()
Reggie Workman (bass)
Roy Brooks ()

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro}
Not in my collection.

74.05.26 • Roy Brooks: Live at Town Hall

Baystate RVJ 6028 (LP) Jpn

May 26, 1974
Town Hall, New York City
The Last Prophet
1. So What
1. Blues for the Carpenter's Saw
1. Moody's Mood for Love
1. Epistrophy
Roy Brooks ()
Marcus Belgrave ()
Sonny Fortune ()
Sonny Red ()
Eddie Jefferson (vocals)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Mickey Tucker ()

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro}
Not in my collection.

75.08.28
75.09.08
75.09.09 • Sonny Fortune: Awakening

Horizon SP 704 (LP)

August 28 & September 8 & 9, 1975
Place?
Triple Threat
1. Nommo
1. Sunshower
1. For Duke and Cannon
1. Awakening
Sonny Fortune ()
Charles Sullivan ()
Kenny Barron (piano)
Wayne Dockery ()
Angel Allende ()
John Hicks ()
Chip Lyles ()
Reggie Workman (bass)
Billy Hart (drums)

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro}
Not in my collection.

75.09.17 • Charles Tolliver Music Inc & Orchestra: Impact

Strata-East SES 19757 (LP); Strata-East / Bellaphon 660-51-004 (CD) GER

January 17, 1975
Place, ?
Impact
1. Mother Wit
1. Grand Max
1. Plight
1. Lynnsome
1. Mournin' Variations
Charles Tolliver ()
James Spaulding ()
Harold Vick ()
George Coleman ()
Charles McPhearson ()
Stanley Cowell (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Cecil McBee ()
Warren Smith ()
Billy Parker ()
Big Black ()
Clifford Houston ()

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro; random}
Not in my collection.

75.02.18 • Marion Brown: Vista

Impulse ASD 9304 (LP) 1975

February 18, 1975
Place, ?
Vista
1. Djinji
Marion Brown (reeds)
Stanley Cowell (piano)
Anthony Davis (piano)
Jimmy Hopps (-1)
Jose Goico ()
Bill Braynon (-1)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Ed Blackwell (drums)

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro; random}
Not in my collection.

75.02.19 • [Marion Brown: Vista]

Impulse ASD 9304 (LP) 1975

February 19, 1975
Place, ?
Maimoun
1. Moment of Truth
1. Bismillahi 'Rrahmani 'Rrahim
Marion Brown (reeds)
Stanley Cowell (piano)
Anthony Davis (piano)
Jimmy Hopps ()
Bill Braynon (-2,3)
Harold Budd (-3)
Allen Murphy (vocal-2,3)
Reggie Workman (bass)

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro; random}
Not in my collection.

75.06.23 • Ken McIntyre: Home

Steeplechase SCS 1039 (LP); Inner City 2039 (LP)

June 23, 1975
Minot Studios
Copenhagen?, Denmark
Undulation [3:43]
1. Cousin Elma [3:26]
1. Charlotte [6:40]
1. Amy 2:55]
1. Sea Train [3:41]
1. Home [2:40]
1. Kheil [3:02]
1. Jamaican Sunset [3:55]
1. Corner Time [6:22]
1. Peas 'n' Rice [3:14]
[All compositions, Ken McIntyre]

Ken McIntyre (reeds)
Jaki Byard (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Andrei Strobert (drums)

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro; D. Whitling}
Not in my collection.


76.10.00 • Max Roach: Nommo

JVC SMJ 6225 (LP) Jpn

October, 1976
Place, ?
Nommo
Billy Harper ()
Cecil Bridgewater (trumpet)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Max Roach (drums)

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro}
Not in my collection.

77.01.21 • Max Roach: Live in Tokyo Volume 1 {1}

Denon YX 7508 (LP) Jpn

Max Roach: Live in Tokyo Volume 2 {2}

Denon YX 7509 (LP) Jpn

January 21, 1977
Yubin Chokin Hall
Tokyo, Japan
Calvary {1}
1. 'Round Midnight {1}
1. It's Time {1}
1. Mr. Papa Joe {2}
1. Scott Free {2}
Billy Harper ()
Cecil Bridgewater (trumpet)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Max Roach (drums)

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro}
Not in my collection.

77.05.07 • Archie Shepp: Ballads for Trane

Denon YX 7567 (LP) Jpn

May 7, 1977
Long View Farm Recording Studio
North Brookfield, MA
Soul Eyes
1. You Don't Know What Love Is
1. Wise One
1. Where Are You?
1. Darn That Dream
1. Theme for Ernie
Archie Shepp ()
Albert Dailey ()
Reggie Workman (bass)
Charlie Persip (drums)

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro}
Not in my collection.

77.06.19
77.06.20 • Grachan Moncur III: Shadows

Denon YX 7572 (LP) Jpn

June 19 & 20, 1977
Place?
Down Broadway
1. Autumn in New York
1. Teardrops for Jimmy
1. Misty
Grachan Moncur III (trombone)
Marion Brown (reeds)
Dave Burrell ()
Roland Prince ()
Andy Bey ()
Reggie Workman (bass)
Joe Chambers (drums)

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro}
Not in my collection.

77.07.07 • Max Roach: Loadstar

Horo HDP 9/10 (LP)

July 7, 1977
Mama Dog Studio
Rome, Italy
The Matyr
1. Six Bits Blues
Cecil Bridgewater (trumpet)
Billy Harper ()
Reggie Workman (bass)
Max Roach (drums)

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro}
Not in my collection.

77.08.17 • Max Roach: Live in Amsterdam

Baystate RVJ 6029 (LP) Jpn

August 17, 1977
Jazzhus
Amsterdam, Holland
It's Time
1. Call of Wild & Peaceful Heart
Billy Harper ()
Cecil Bridgewater (trumpet)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Max Roach (drums)

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro}
Not in my collection.

77.11.00
77.12.00 • Hamiet Bluiett: Orchestra, Duo and Septet

Chiaroscuro CR 182 (LP) 1978

November & December, 1977
Place?
Glory
1. Symphony for World Peace
1. Nioka
1. Oasis-- The Well
Hamiet Bluiett (baritone sax)
Abdul Wadud ()
Olu Dara (trumpet)
Charles Stephens ()
Bob Stewart ()
Don Pullen (piano)
Andy Bey (percussion; vocals; balafon)
Ladji Camara (flute)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Ahmed Abdul-Malik (bass; oud)
Thabo Michael Carvin (drums)

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro; random}
Not in my collection.

77.11.25 • Sonny Stitt: Moonlight in Vermont

Denon YX 7530 (LP) Jpn

November 25, 1977
Sound Ideas Studios, New York City
West 46th Street
1. Who Can I Turn To
1. Moonlight in Vermont
1. Flight Cap Blues
1. It Might As Well Be Spring
1. Constellation
1. Blues for PCM
Sonny Stitt ()
Barry Harris (piano)
Walter Davis (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Tony Williams (drums)

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro}
Not in my collection.

77.12.10 • Cecil Bridgewater: Lightning and Thunder

Denon YX 7526 (LP) Jpn

December 10, 1977
Sound Ideas Studios, New York City
Silent Rain
1. Dear Trane
1. Lightning and Thunder
Billy Harper (reeds)
Cecil Bridgewater (trumpet)
Ron Bridgewater ()
Stanley Cowell (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Michael Carvin (drums)

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro}
Not in my collection.

77.12.19 • Reggie Workman: Conversation

Denon YX 7805 (LP) Jpn

December 19, 1977
Sound Ideas Studios, New York City
Mark II
1. Deja Vu
1. Conversation
Cecil Bridgewater (trumpet)
Slide Hampton (trombone)
George Adams (reeds)
Albert Dailey ()
Michael Carvin ()
Reggie Workman (bass)
Lawrence Killian ()

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro}
Not in my collection.

78.00.00 • Bridgewater Brothers: Lightnin and Thunder

Denon YX 7526-ND (LP) JAP 1978

Date ?, 1978
Place, ?
tracks ?
Cecil Bridgewater (trumpet)
Ron Bridgewater ()
Reggie Workman (bass)
others (?)

{Primary Source: random}
Not in my collection.

78.00.00 • Freddie Hubbard: Skylark

1978


78.01.17 78.01.18 78.01.19 78.01.25 • Heiner Stadler: A Tribute to Monk and Bird

Tomato 2-9002 (2LP) 1978; 2696301 (2LP) 1989

January 17, 18, 19, & 25, 1978
CI Studios, New York City
Air Conditioning (Parker)
1. Au Privave (Parker)
1. Ba-Lue Bolivar Ba-Lues-Are (Monk)
1. Straight No Chaser (Monk)
1. Misterioso (Monk)
1. Perhaps (Parker)
Heiner Stadler (director; arranger)
Thad Jones (cornet)
Cecil Bridgewater (trumpet)
George Adams (tenor sax; flute)
George Lewis (trombone)
Stanley Cowell (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Warren Smith (tympani)
Lenny White (drums)

{Primary Source: info via S. Thompson}
Not in my collection.

78.04.16 • Alice Coltrane: Transfiguration

Warner Bros. 2WB 3218 (2LP)

April 16, 1978
Schoenberg Hall
UCLA
Los Angeles, CA
Transfiguration
1. One for the Father
1. Prema
1. Affinity
1. Krishnaya
1. Leo
Alice Coltrane (piano; organ)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Roy Haynes (drums)

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro; random}
Not in my collection.

78.06.03 • Mickey Tucker: Sweet Lotus Lips

Denon YX 7535 (LP) Jpn; COLUMBIA-DENON DC 8552 (CD) 1989 JAP

June 3, 1978
Nippon Columbia's 1st Sudion
Tokyo, Japan
Gettin' There (Tucker) [6:46]
1. Return Ticket (Tucker) [6:44]
1. All of You (Cole Porter) [7:11]
1. Sweet Lotus Lips (Tucker) [6:10]
1. Portrait of a Peaceful Scene (Tucker) [3:06]
1. Theme for a Woogie-Boogie (Tucker) [8:51]
Mickey Tucker (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Horacee Arnold (drums)

{Primary Source: DC 8552}

78.06.03 78.06.10
78.06.12

Reggie Workman: The Works of Workman

Denon YX 7539 (LP) Jpn

June 3, 10, &12, 1978
Nippon Columbia's 1st Studio
Tokyo, Japan
Visitation
1. I Can't Get Started
1. Take the "A" Train
1. Samba De Orfeu
1. Effrie
Reggie Workman (bass)

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro}
Not in my collection.

78.07.03 • Marion Brown: Passion Flower

Baystate RVJ6024 (LP)

July 3, 1978
venue?, New York City
tracks?
Marion Brown (alto sax)
Stanley Cowell (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Roy Haynes (drums)

{Primary Source: info via G. Scala}
Not in my collection.

78.07.06 • Hidefuni Toki: City - Toki

Baystate RVJ 6027 (LP) Jpn

July 6, 1978
Sound Ideas Studio, New York City
Speak Low
1. Memories
1. I Love You Porgy
1. City
1. Children, Children
1. Pumpkin Doll
Hidefumi Toki ()
Tommy Flanagan (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Joe Chambers (drums)

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro}
Not in my collection.

78.07.25 • Hank Jones: Hello Hank Jones

East World EWJ 98003 (LP) Jpn

July 25, 1978
Midia Sound, New York City
Vienna
1. Bohemia After Dark
1. Love for Sale
Hank Jones (piano)
Clifford Jordan ()
Reggie Workman (bass)
Freddie Waits (drums)

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro}
Not in my collection.

78.10.00 • Archie Shepp: ??

Savoy MG 12178 (LP)

October, 1978
Place?
Trio
1. Peace
1. Quartet
1. Somewhere
Archie Shepp ()
Bill Dixon ()
Don Moore ()
Paul Cohen ()
Reggie Workman (bass)
Howard McRae ()

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro}
Not in my collection.

78.10.00 • Frank Wright: Kevin, My Dear Son

Sun Records / SEB 004 (LP) 1978 France

October, 1978
Venue?, New York City
Odeon (Wright) [6:55]
1. No End to the Sun (Wright) [5:05]
1. November the First (Wright) [5:46]
1. Cowboys and Indians (Bobby Few) [9:40]
1. Long Way from Home (Wright) [4:21]
1. Kevin, My Dear Son (Wright) [5:41]
Frank Wright (tenor sax; bass clarinet)
Kamal Abdul Alim (trumpet)
Georges Arvanitas (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Philly Joe Jones (drums)
Khalil Abdullah (percussion)
Eddie Jefferson (vocals-2,4,5)

{Primary source: info via Brian Brown}
Not in my collection.

78.11.21 • The Super Jazz Trio

Baystate JPN; RCA PL 45367 FR

November 21, 1978
Sound Ideas Studio, New York City
Pent Up House (Sonny Rollins) [5:28]
1. Condado Beach (Chambers) [10:17]
1. Let's Call This (Monk) [7:13]
1. So Sorry Please (Bud Powell) [8:00]
1. Ballad (Flanagan) [4:28]
1. Milestones (Miles Davis) [6:39]
Tommy Flanagan (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Joe Chambers (drums)

{Primary Source: info via S. Thompson}
Not in my collection.

78.12.08 • Cecil Bridgewater: Generations Suite

Denon YX 7802 (LP) Jpn

December 8, 1978
Place, ?
African Sunrise
1. Bororo
1. Sade
1. Sunapse
1. Generations Suite
1. Your Ballad
1. Something I Saw Through My Mind
1. Samba Para Ustedos Dos
Cecil Bridgewater (trumpet)
Ron Bridgewater ()
Hubert Eaves ()
Donald Smith ()
Reggie Workman (bass)
Michael Carvin (drums)

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro}
Not in my collection.

78.12.09 • Hilton Ruiz: Fantasia

Denon YX 7548 (LP) Jpn

December 9, 1978
Sound Ideas Studio, New York City
Swing One
1. Blues for Tommy Tucker
1. Fantasia
Hilton Ruiz (piano)
Slide Hampton (trombone)
Pharoah Sanders (reeds)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Idris Muhammad ()

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro}
Not in my collection.

79.05.25 • Art Farmer: Something Tasty

Baystate RVJ6056 <(LP)

May 25, 1979
venue?
Tokyo, Japan
tracks?
Art Farmer (fluegelhorn)
Art Farmer (trumpet)
Tommy Flanagan (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Joe Chambers (drums)


{Primary Source: info via G. Scala}
Not in my collection.


1959-60's

1970's

1980's

1990's


80.05.00 • Edward Vesala: Heavy Life

Leo 009 (LP) FIN

May, 1980
Right Track Studios, New York City
Coming of the Nocturnal Sun (Vesala) [7:57]
1. Meating (Vesala) [4:43]
1. High Red Table (Vesala) [6:21]
1. Moonlight Walk of the Soothsayer (Vesala) [8:04]
1. Columbus Circle (Vesala) [2:36]
1. Slambura Road (Stanko) [5:33]
J.D. Parran (tenor sax; soprano sax)
Chico Freeman (tenor sax)
James Spaulding (alto sax)
Howard Johnson (baritone sax)
Tomasz Stanko (trumpet)
Bob Stewart (tuba)
Joe Daley (tuba)
Iro Haarla (harp-2)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Edward Vesala (drums)

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro & Dan Kurdilla}
Not in my collection.

80.02.14 • Tommy Flanagan: The Standard

Baystate RVJ 6089 (LP) Jpn

February 14, 1980
Power Station Studios, New York City
Softly, As in a Morning Sunrise
1. A Night in Tunisia
1. Someday My Prince Will Come
1. Autumn Leaves
1. It's All Right With Me
1. Angel Eyes
1. Straight, No Chaser
Tommy Flanagan (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Joe Chambers (drums)

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro}
Not in my collection.

81.02.00 81.03.00 • Terumasa Hino: Double Rainbow

Columbia FC37420 (LP) 1981; 30DH164 (CD); CBS/Sony 25AH1238; Sony SRCL1976 (CD)

February to March, 1981
venue?, New York City
Merry-Go-Round
1. Cherry Hill Angel
1. Yellow Jacket
1. Miwa Yama
1. Aboriginal
Terumasa Hino (cornet; percussion)
Steve Grossman (soprano sax)
Steve Turre (trombone)
Masabumi Kikuchi (keys; arranger)
Herbie Hancock (keyboards)
Kenny Kirkland (synthesizer)
Lou Volpe (guitar)
Anthony Jackson (electric bass)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Eddie Gomez (bass)
George Mraz (bass)
Harvey Mason (drums; temple blocks)
Don Alias (conga; percussion)
Airto Moreira (percussion)
Manolo Badrena (percussion)
Steve Turre (didgeree doo; shell horn)
Lenny White (percussion)
Hassan Jenkins (percussion)
Billy Hart (percussion)

{Primary Source: random}
Not in my collection.

81.08.02 • Juhani Aaltonen: Prana / Live at Groovy

Leo 013 (LP) FIN

August 2, 1981
Groovy
Helsinki, Finland
Saxax (Aaltonen) [4:40]
1. Moon Triangle (Aaltonen) [3:40]
1. Prana (Aaltonen) [2:35]
1. Journey Within (Aaltonen / Workman / Vesala) [12:15]
1. Oasis (Aaltonen) [4:55]
1. Waves Through the Mind (Aaltonen) [3:55]
1. Conclusion (Aaltonen / Workman / Vesala) [14:07]
Juhani Aaltonen (tenor sax; flute)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Edward Vesala (drums)

{Primary Source: info via Dan Kurdilla}
Not in my collection.

82.10.00 • Elvin Jones: Brother John

Palo Alto PA 8039-N 1984

October, 1982
Mediasound, New York City
Necessary Evil (LaBarbera) [4:08]
1. October's Child (LaBarbera) [5:16]
1. Harmonique (John Coltrane) [4:52]
1. Whatever Possessed Me (Tadd Dameron) [6:12]
1. Familiar Ground (LaBarbera) [4:23]
1. Why Try to Change Me Now (Cy Coleman) [5:55]
1. Minor Blues (LaBarbera) [6:18]
1. Brother John (LaBarbera) [4:18]
Pat LaBarbera (tenor sax; soprano sax)
Kenny Kirkland (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Elvin Jones (drums)

{Primary Source: info via M. Fitzgerald}
Not in my collection.

83.06.28
83.06.29 • Mal Waldron: Breaking New Ground

Baybridge KUX 180 (LP) Jpn

June 28 & 29, 1983, New York City
Dans La Cuisine D'Alibi
1. Suicide is Painless
1. After the Love is Gone
1. Beat It
1. You Are the Sunshine of My Life
1. Gymnopedies No. 2
1. Everything Must Change
1. They Freedom Come
Mal Waldron (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Ed Blackwell (drums)

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro}
Not in my collection.

83.07.07 • Reggie Workman: Such Great Friends

Strata East / Bellaphon 660-51-008 (CD) 1991 GER

July 7, 1983
A-1 Sound Studios, New York City
Sweet Song [10:36]
1. Dstiny Is Yours [12:02]
1. Layla Joy [7:28]
1. East Harlem Nostalgia [16:58]
Billy Harper (tenor sax)
Stanley Cowell (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Billy Hart (drums)

{Primary Source: info via E. Thompson}
Not in my collection.

83.09.25
83.09.26
83.09.30 • David Murray Quartet: Morning Song

Black Saint 120 075 (LP) It; BSR 0075 (LP and CS) 1984 It

September 25, 26, & 30, 1983
Vanguard Studios
New York City
Morning Song (Murray) [8.05]
1. Body And Soul (Green / Heyman / Sour) [6.50]
1. Light Blue Frolic (Morris) [7.27]
1. Jitterbug Waltz (Waller) [6.26]
1. Off Season (Murray) [10.56]
1. Duet (Murray) [2.14]
David Murray (tenor sax; bass clarinet)
John Hicks (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Ed Blackwell (drums)

{Primary Source: info via J. Chacona}
Not in my collection.

83.12.08 • Mal Waldron: Plays Eric Satie

Baybridge FEX 27 (LP) Jpn

December 8, 1983
Teichiku Suginami Studio
Japan
Desespoir Agreable
1. Harmonies
1. Premiere Pensee Rose + Croix
1. Essais
1. Le Vilain Petit Vaurien
1. Gymnopedies No. 1
Mal Waldron (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Ed Blackwell (drums)

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro}
Not in my collection.

83.12.09 • Mal Waldron: You and the Night and the Music

Paddlewheel K28P 6272 (LP) Jpn

December 9, 1983
King Studio #2
Japan
The Way You Look Tonight
1. Bag's Groove
1. 'Round Midnight
1. You and the Night and the Music
1. Georgia
1. Billie's Bounce
1. Waltz for My Mother Mal Waldron (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Ed Blackwell (drums)

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro}
Not in my collection.


84.03.03 • Steve Cohn: Shapes, Sounds, Theories

Cadence Jazz CJR 1020 (LP)

March 3, 1984
Place?
The Devil
1. The Gambler
1. Star
1. The Moon
1. The Sun
1. Judgement
1. The Universe
1. Flexibility
Steve Cohn ()
Reggie Workman (bass)
Chuck Fertal ()

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro}
Not in my collection.

85.02.22 • Various Artists: One Night With Blue Note Preserved, Volume 3

Blue Note BN 85115 (LP); CDP-7-46149-2 (CD)

[Also:]
  • Various Artists: One Night With Blue Note Preserved
    BTDK 85117 (4LP)
1. Various Artists: One Night With Blue Note Preserved Volume 1 & 2
No label or release # (2-Laser Disc) February 22, 1985
Town Hall, New York City
Criss Cross [UNISSUED]
1. Bud's Bubble [UNISSUED]
1. I Got Rhythm [UNISSUED]
1. Moanin'
1. It's Only a Paper Moon [UNISSUED]
1. Nica's Dream [UNISSUED]
1. I'm Glad There is You
1. Summertime
Freddie Hubbard (trumpet-4,5)
Curtis Fuller (trombone-4,5)
Johnny Griffin (tenor sax-4,5)
Grover Washington (soprano sax-7,8; tenor sax-6)
Kenny Burrell (guitar-6,7,8)
Walter Davis (piano-1,2,3,4,5)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Art Blakey (drums-1,2,3,4,5)
Grady Tate (drums-6,7,8)

85.06.00 • Akbar Ali: Black Swan Quartet

Minor Music 009 (LP) Ger

June, 1985
Place?
Double-Up
1. Justification
1. Prelude to a Kiss
1. Komor
1. For Rita
1. Inside Mr. Outside
1. Libation Suite
1. Spider Dance
1. All Talk
Akbar Ali ()
Abdul Wadud ()
Eileen M. Folson ()
Reggie Workman (bass)

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro}
Not in my collection.

86.06.15 • Reggie Workman Ensemble: Synthesis

Leo Records LR 131 (LP) 1986 England; CD LR 131 (CD) 1994 England

June 15, 1986
The Painted Bride
Philadelphia, PA
Jus' Ole Mae (Workman) [8:00]
1. Ogun's Ardor (Workman) [9:27]
1. Martyrs Hymn (Workman) [6:19]
1. Earthly Garden (Workman) [15:08]
1. Chant (Crispell) [8:35]
1. Synaps II (Workman) [9:07]
1. Fabula (Workman) [6:49]
Oliver Lake (reeds)
Marilyn Crispell (p)
Reggie Workman (b)
Andrew Cyrille (d)

{Primary Source: CD LR 131}

86.07.07 • Reggie Workman: Great Friends

Black & Blue Records MU-760 1987; Black & Blue 233220 (CD)

July 7, 1986
SYSmo Studios
Paris, France
Cal Massey (Cowell) [3:51]
1. It Is Not True, Simply Because You Cannot Believe It (Harper) [6:47]
1. Thoughts (Fortune) [7:10]
1. Equipoise (Cowell) [5:09]
1. Synapse (Workman) [10:09]
1. East Harlem Nostalgia (Workman) [8:42]
1. Insight (Harper) [9:52]
1. Awakening (Fortune) [10:01]
Billy Harper (tenor sax)
Sonny Fortune (alto sax)
Stanley Cowell (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Billy Hart (drums)

{Primary Source: info via E. Thompson}
Not in my collection.

86.09.16 • Mal Waldron Quintet: The Git Go: Live at the Village Vanguard {1}

Soul Note SN 1118 (LP) 1987; SN 121118-2 (CD) 1987

[Also:]
  • Mal Waldron Quintet: The Seagulls of Kristiansund {2}
    Soul Note SN 1211148-2 (CD) (1988)
September 16, 1986
The Village Vanguard, New York City
Status Seeking [20:19] {1}
1. The Git Go [25:31] {1}
1. Snake Out [17:19] {2}
1. Judy [12:42] {2}
1. The Seagulls of Kristiansund [26:02] {2} [All compositions, Mal Waldron]

Mal Waldron (piano)
Woody Shaw (trumpet; fluegelhorn)
Charlie Rouse (tenor sax; flute)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Ed Blackwell (drums)

{Primary Source: Woody Shaw Discography, T. Poynor}
Not in my collection.


00.00.00 • Mal Waldron and Friends: Live at the Village Vanguard vol. 4

Video Artists International 69092, 1984 (VID)

September 16, 1986? *
The Village Vanguard, New York City
The Git Go [21:05]
1. All Alone [17:35]
1. Fire Waltz [19:18] * "These would seem to be from the same series of dates as the "Git-Go/Seagulls of Kristiansund" albums, but the copyright date is 1984. The recording was part of the 50th anniversary celebration of the Village Vanguard."
-Marcel Safier

[All compositions, Mal Waldron]

Mal Waldron (piano)
Woody Shaw (trumpet; fluegelhorn)
Charlie Rouse (tenor sax; flute)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Ed Blackwell (drums)

{Primary Source: Woody Shaw Discography, T. Poynor}
Not in my collection.


87.03.15 • Marilyn Crispell: GAIA

Leo Records CD LR 152 (CD) England 1994

[Also:]
  • Steve Day: Two Full Ears / Listening to Improvised Music *
    Soundworld Publishers ISBN 1-902440-00-5 (Book & CD) 1998 England
March 15, 1987
Woodstock Recording Studio
Woodstock, NY
GAIA [39:40]
[Composition, Marilyn Crispell]

* [Note: 1-902440-00-5 contains a 5:07 edit of this piece.]

Marilyn Crispell (p; harp; perc)
Reggie Workman (b; d; perc)
Doug James (d; perc)

{Primary Source: CD LR 152 & 1-902440-00-5}


87.08.28
87.08.29 • Mal Waldron: The Super Quartet Live at Sweet Basil

Paddlewheel K28P 6471 (LP) Jpn

August 28 & 29, 1987
Place?
What It Is
1. Evidence
1. Snake Out
1. Let's Call This
Mal Waldron (piano)
Steve Lacy (soprano sax)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Eddie Moore (drums)

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro}
Not in my collection.

87.12.16 • Mulgrew Miller: Trio Transition

DIW 808 (CD) 1987 Jpn

December 16, 1987
Big Box 901 Studio
Tokyo, Japan
I Hear a Rhapsody
1. Shades of Angola
1. Up Jumped Spring
1. No Sidestepping
1. Like Someone in Love
1. Two Faces of Nasheet
1. Whisper
1. Second Thoughts
Mulgrew Miller (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Frederick Waits (drums)

{Primary Source: info via D. Serro}
Not in my collection.

88.00.00 • Monnette Sudler: Other Side of the Gemini

Hardly HARD002 (CD)

"ca. 1988" ?
venue?
Philadelphia, PA
tracks?

Harold Watkins (trombone)
Kensil Honesty (sax)
Monnette Sudler (guitar; vocals)
Cynthia Biggs (?)
Annette Hardeman (vocals)
Reggie Workman (bass)
David Gibson (drums)

{Primary Source: info via G. Scala}
Not in my collection.


88.06.06
88.06.07 • Trio Transition: ...with Special Guest Oliver Lake

DIW 829 (LP) Jpn; DIW 829 (CD) 1988 Jpn

June 6 & 7, 1988
A&R Recording, New York City
Planetside Trip (Miller) [8:05]
1. Moon Storm (Waits) [7:16]
1. Mr. Blackwell (Waits) [12:31]
1. Effie (Cowell) [10:49]
1. Variation of III (Workman) [5:16]
1. November '80 (Lake) [4:16]
Oliver Lake (alto sax)
Mulgrew Miller (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Frederick Waits (drums)

{Primary Source: info via J. Chacona}
Not in my collection.

88.07.14 • Heiner Stadler: Jazz Alchemy

LABOR 7006 (LP) 1988; Tomato 2696 702 (CD) 1989; Tomato 2696704 (CS) 1989

July 14, 1988
Sunset Sound Studios, New York City
Three Problems (duo version 1) [4:39]
1. Three Problems (duo version 2) [5:04]
[All compositions, Heiner Stadler]

Marilyn Crispell (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)

{Primary Source: Tomato 2696 702; Tomato 2696704}


89.00.00 • Ellen May Shashovan: Songs for My Father

New Ark NYEM101 (CD?) 1989

?, 1989
venue?
place?
tracks?
Ellen May Shashovan (vocals; piano; zils)
Harold Minerve (alto sax)
Zane Paul (alto sax)
Harold Vick (tenor sax)
Ricky Ford (tenor sax)
Heywood Henry (bass clarinet)
Wally Richardson (guitar)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Joe Marshall (drums)
Bilal Abdurahman (darabuka; tamb)

{Primary Source: info via G. Scala}
Not in my collection.

89.00.00 • Living Color: Time's Up

Epic EK 46202

1989
A&M Recording and RPM Studios
Under Cover of Darkness (C. Glover) [3:32]
Living Color:
Corey Glover (vocals)
Vernon Reid (guitar)
Muzz Skillings (bass)
William Calhoun (drums)

Additional Musicians:
Queen Latifah (vocals)
Don Byron (clarinet; baritone sax)

The Black Swan String Quartet:
Akbar Ali ( )
Charles Burnham ( )
Eileen Folson ( )
Reggie Workman (bass)

{Primary Source: EK 46402}

89.01.31 • Reggie Workman Ensemble: Images

Music & Arts CD-634 (CD) 1990

1st session
[See also: 89.07.08]

January 31, 1989
The Knitting Factory, New York City
Suite for H. P. Madame [26:00]
[Composition, Reggie Workman]

Jeanne Lee (vocals)
Marilyn Crispell (piano)
Michelle Navazio (guitar)
Don Byron (clarinet)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Gerry Hemingway (percussion)

{Primary Source: CD-634}


89.04.14 • Marilyn Crispell Trio: Live in Zurich

Leo Records CD LR 122 (CD) England 1990

April 14, 1989
Rote Fabrik ("Red Fabric")
Zurich, Switzerland
Areas / Solstice (Crispell) [21:59]
1. Night Light Beach II (Crispell) [10:06]
1. Duets / Point in Time (Crispell) [13:39]
1. Dear Lord (Coltrane) [6:20]
Marilyn Crispell (piano; vocals)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Paul Motian (drums)

{Primary Source: CD LR 122; venue info via Ms. Crispell}

89.06.10 • Mal Waldron Quintet: Crowd Scene {1}

Soul Note 121218-2 (CD) 1989 It

[Also:]
  • Mal Waldron: Where Are You? {2}
    Soul Note 121248-2 (CD) 1989 It
June 10, 1989
A&R Recording Studio, New York City
Crowd Scene (Waldron) [26:50] {1}
1. Yin and Yang (Waldron) [25:26] {1}
1. Where Are You? (tk 1) (Adamson / McHugh) [5:12] {2}
1. Waltz For Marianne (Waldron) [21:56] {2}
1. Wha's Nine? (Workman) [22:10] {2}
1. Where Are You? (tk 2) (Adamson / McHugh) [9:38] {2}
Sonny Fortune (alto sax)
Ricky Ford (tenor sax)
Mal Waldron (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Eddie Moore (drums)

{Primary Source: info via J. Chacona}
Not in my collection.

89.07.08-1 • [Reggie Workman Ensemble: Images] {1}

Music & Arts CD-634 (CD) 1990

[Also:]
  • Marilyn Crispell: Live in San Francisco {2} [See session 89.10.20]
    Music & Arts CD-633 (CD) 1990
2nd session
[See also: 89.01.31]

July 8, 1989
The Knitting Factory, New York City
Medea [12:15] {1}
1. November 1 [15:00] {1}
1. Jus' Ol Mae (Revisited) [14:20] {1}
1. Wha's Nine? [5:30] {2} [All compositions, Reggie Workman]

Jeanne Lee (vocals)
Marilyn Crispell (piano)
Michelle Navazio (guitar)
Don Byron (clarinet)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Gerry Hemingway (percussion)

{Primary Source: CD-634}



1959-60's

1970's

1980's

1990's


90.10.07 • Marilyn Crispell: Circles {1}

Victo cd012 (CD) 1991 CAN

[Also:]
  • Marilyn Crispell: [Unissued / Private Tape] {2}
    Received as "5 tracks, 69:00"
    This tape contains an unreleased track at [18:00] followed by the tracks below in the order given. --RL]
October 7, 1990
Festival International de Musique Actuelle de Victoriaville
Victoriaville, Quebec, Canada
unknown title [18:00] {2}
1. Circles [10:15] {1}
1. Chant [11:21] {1}
1. Rituel [23:09] {1}
1. Sorrow [9:09] {1} [All compositions, Marilyn Crispell]

Marilyn Crispell (piano)
Peter Buettner (tenor sax)
Oliver Lake (alto sax)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Gerry Hemingway (drums)

{Primary Source: VICTOcd012 & Tape}


90.11.00 • Don Byron: Tuskegee Experiments

Elektra Nonesuch 9 79280-2 1992

November, 1990
Clinton Studios, New York City
-or-(?)
July, 1991
Power Station, New York City
In Memoriam: Uncle Dan [5:20]
1. Diego Rivera [9:23]
[All compositions, Don Byron]

Don Byron (bass clarinet-1,2; clarinet-2)
Greta Buck (violin-2)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Pheeroan akLaff (drums-2)

{Primary Source: Elektra Nonesuch 9 79280-2}


90.12.11
90.12.12
90.12.17 • Chico Hamilton: Arroyo

Soul Note 121241-1 (LP) IT; 121241-2 (CD) 1991 IT

December 11, 12 & 17, 1990
Manhattan Center Studios, New York City
Alone Together [11:41]
1. The Dance We Didn't Have [5:38]
1. Stop [6:11]
1. Where's the Peace? [5:30]
1. Taunts of an Indian Maiden [5:31]
1. Tickle Toe [5:12]
1. Sorta New [5:21]
1. Cosa Sucrede? (What's Happening?) [4:08]
Eric Person (soprano sax; alto sax)
Cary DeNigris (guitar)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Chico Hamilton (drums; vocals)

{Primary Source: Michael Frohne's Soul Note Discography.}
Not in my collection.

91.04.00 • Oliver Lake: Again and Again

Gramavision R2 79468 (CD) 1991

April, 1991
Clinton Recording Studio, New York City
Again And Again [7:15]
1. Anyway [7:17]
1. Cross River [4:13]
1. Touch [8:27]
1. Aztec [6:00]
1. Mask [8:04]
1. Re-cre-ate [4:25]
1. M.I.L.D. [7:15]
[All compositions Oliver Lake]

Oliver Lake (alto sax; soprano sax)
John Hicks (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Pheeroan ak Laff (drums)

{Primary Source: R2 79468}


91.01.05
91.01.06 • Chris Fagan: Lost Bohemia

Open Minds 2411-2 (CD)

January 5 & 6, 1991
venue?, New York City
tracks?
Chris Fagan (alto sax)
Bobby Bradford (cornet)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Andrew Cyrille (drums)

{Primary Source: info via G. Scala}
Not in my collection.

66.10.10 • Andrew Cyrille: My Friend Louis

DIW Columbia CK 52957 1992

November 18 & 19, 1991
The Power Station, New York City
Soul Brother (dedicated to Malcolm X) (Hannibal) [9:20]
1. South of te Border Serenade (Colson) [6:38]
1. The Prophet (Eric Dolphy) [6:30]
1. Shell (Cyrille) [8:30]
1. Kiss on the Bridge (Hannibal) [7:35]
1. Tap Dancer (Lake) [5:53]
1. Where's Nine (Workman) [3:34]
1. My Friend Louis (dedicated to Louis Moholo) (Cyrille) [13:58]
Hannibal (trumpet)
Oliver Lake (alto sax; soprano sax)
Adegoke Steve Colson (piano)
Reginald Workman (bass)
Andrew Cyrille (drums)

{Primary Source: DIW CK 52957}

92.02.21 • Reggie Workman Ensemble: Altered Spaces {1}

Leo Records CD LR 183 (CD) 1993 England

[Also:]
  • Various Artists: Leo Records CD Sampler {2}
    Avant Issue 7, Summer 1998 (Mag & CD) 1998 England
    [This CD also features Ganelin Trio; Collective 4tet; Joe Maneri Quartet; Lauren Newton & Joelle Leandre; Sainkho & Ned Rothenberg; Tibor Szemzo; Marilyn Crispell ; Parker / Guy / Lytton & Crispell; Evan Parker; John Wolf Brennan Hextet; Ivo Perelman; Natsuki Tamura & Satoko Fujii; P. Karayorgis / M. Maneri / J. Maneri; Moscow Composers Orchestra; Satoko Fujii Orchestra; and Not Missing Drums Project.]
February 21, 1992
Live at Swarthmore College
Swarthmore, PA
Apart (Revisited) [27:07] {1}
1. Ballad for the Silf [6:33] {1}
1. Altered Spaces [8:02] {1}
1. Ten [12:48] {1}
1. Suite Pour le Courage [19:21] {1}
1. Wha's Nine [3:43] {1,2} [All compositions, Reggie Workman]

Marilyn Crispell (piano)
Jeanne Lee (vocals)
Don Byron (clarinet)
Jason Hwang (violin)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Gerry Hemingway (drums)

{Primary Source: CD LR 183; Avant 7}


91.11.08 • Marilyn Crispell Trio: Highlights from the Summer of 1992 American Tour

Music & Arts CD-758 (CD) 1993

1st session
[See also: 92.03.27; 92.04.03; & 92.04.04.]

*Why is a release containing material from sessions spanning November '91 through early April '92 named "...Summer of 1992..."? -RL
"I don't know." -Ms. Crispell

November 8, 1991
Crowell Concert Hall
Center for the Arts
Wesleyan University
Middletown, CT
Commodore [12:20]
1. Rain [6:07]
1. Angels [11:10]
[All compositions, Marilyn Crispell]

Marilyn Crispell (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Gerry Hemingway (drums)

{Primary Source: CD-758}


92.03.27 • [Marilyn Crispell Trio: Highlights from the Summer of 1992 American Tour]

Music & Arts CD-758 (CD) 1993

2nd session
[See also: 91.11.08; 92.04.03; & 92.04.04.]

March 27, 1992
Real Art Ways
Hartford, CT
Not Wanting [7:52]
[Composition, Marilyn Crispell]

Marilyn Crispell (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Gerry Hemingway (drums)

[CD-758 incorrectly lists the venue for this session as "Real Art Works."]

{Primary Source: CD-758}


92.04.03 • [Marilyn Crispell Trio: Highlights from the Summer of 1992 American Tour]

Music & Arts CD-758 (CD) 1993

3rd session
[See also: 91.11.08; 92.03.27; & 92.04.04.]

April 3, 1992
Montview Presbyterian Church
Denver, CO
Mouvements Changeables [7:34]
[Composition, Marilyn Crispell]

Marilyn Crispell (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Gerry Hemingway (drums)

{Primary Source: CD-758}


92.04.04 • [Marilyn Crispell Trio: Highlights from the Summer of 1992 American Tour]

Music & Arts CD-758 (CD) 1993

4th session
[See also: 91.11.08; 92.03.27; & 92.04.03.]

April 4, 1992
Walker Arts Center
Minneapolis, MN
Suite for Trio [13:55]
1. Solstice [11:20]
[All compositions, Marilyn Crispell]

Marilyn Crispell (piano)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Gerry Hemingway (drums)

{Primary Source: CD-758}


92.08.27 • Trio 3: Live in Willisau

Dizim Records 4102 (CD) 1997

August 27, 1992
Swiss Radio DRS2
Jazz Festival Willisau
Willisau, Switzerland
I Would Like Too (Oliver Lake) 11:11
1. Aztec (Oliver Lake) 7:27
1. Shell (Andrew Cyrille) 17:20
1. Nov 1 (Reggie Workman) 14:31
1. Hassan (Oliver Lake) 7:33
1. Wha's 9 (Reggie Workman) 4:30 Oliver Lake (alto sax)
Reggie Workman (bass)
Andrew Cyrille (drums)

{Primary Source: info via Görgen Antonsson}
Not in my collection.


93.00.00 • Mal Waldron: My Dear Family

Evidence ECD 22155 (CD)

Date?, 1993
Footprints (Wayne Shorter) [4:48]
1. Left Alone [8:18]
1. Sassy [4:02]
1. Sakura Sakura [9:04]
1. Here's That Rainy Day [7:44]
1. Jean Pierre [6:30]
1. Red Shoes [7:59]
1. My Dear Family [5:19]
Mal Waldron (piano)
Grover Washington, Jr. ()
Eddie Henderson (trumpet)
Reggie Workman (bass)

{Primary Source: info via Görgen Antonsson}
Not in my collection.

93.06.05
93.06.06 • Aki Takase Trio: Clapping Music

Enja 8090-2 (CD)

June 5 & 6, 1993
venue?
Berlin, Germany
  • tracks?
  • Aki Takase (piano)
    Reggie Workman (bass)
    Sunny Murray (drums)

    {Primary Source: info via Görgen Antonsson}
    Not in my collection.


    93.06.28
    93.06.29 • Oliver Lake: Edge-Ing

    Black Saint 120 104-2 (CD) 120 104-4 (CS) 1994

    June 28 & 29, 1993
    Mu Rec Studio
    Milano, Italy
    Edge-ing (Lake) [9:08]
    1. Scene One (Lake) [8:42]
    1. Shiffs (Lake) [11:18]
    1. Peanut Butter (Hicks) [10:27]
    1. Zaki (Lake) [5:46]
    1. Verve Nerve (Curtis Clark) [9:07]
    Oliver Lake (alto sax)
    Charles Eubanks (piano)
    Reggie Workman (bass)
    Andrew Cyrille (drums)

    {Primary Source: J. Chacona}
    Not in my collection.

    93.12.05
    93.12.06 • Reggie Workman: Summit Conference

    Postcards POST1003 (CD) 1994

    December 5 & 6, 1993
    Kampo Audio, New York City
    Encounter (John Carter) [7:45]
    1. Estelle's Theme (Workman) [4:05]
    1. Conversation (Sonelius Smith) [10:13]
    1. Meteor (Rivers) [5:34]
    1. Solace (Rivers) [4:19]
    1. Summit Conference (Workman) [8:32]
    1. Breath (Priester) [6:54]
    1. Gone (Hill) [9:21]
    Reggie Workman (bass)
    Andrew Hill (piano)
    Sam Rivers (tenor sax; soprano sax; flute)
    Julian Priester (trombone)
    Pheeroan akLaff (drums)

    Go to Postcards page for this CD

    {Primary Source: POST1003}

    94.00.00 • Various Artists: Stolen Moments: Red Hot and Cool


    date?, 1994
    venue?
    place?
    tracks?
    Reggie Workman (bass)

    {Primary Source: random}
    Not in my collection.


    95.04.27
    95.04.28 • Reggie Workman: Cerebral Caverns {1}

    Postcards POST1010 (CD) 1995

    [Also:]
    • Various Artists: The Texaco New York Jazz Festival Radio Series Live at The Knitting Factory {2}
      A World of Energy [a radio sampler in paper sleeves w/ no select #] (6CD) 1998
      [Disc 3 also features Cecil Taylor solo; Matthew Shipp monologue and solo piano; William Parker's In Order to Survive; Steve Lacy; Cecil Taylor Trio; Assif Tsahar and Susie Ibarra; Marilyn Crispell & Gerry Hemingway; Charles Gayle Trio; announcement segments by Steve Dalachinsky; and a ridiculous little "Jingle" that appears twice.]

      The above are all previously released tracks and excerpts done for a pre-festival radio promotion series.

    April 27 & 28, 1995
    Sound on Sound, New York City
    Cerebral Caverns [7:14] {1}
    1. What's In Your Hand [5:02] {1}
    1. Fast Forward [6:40] {1}
    1. Ballad Explorations [8:44] {1}
    1. Half of My Soul (Tristan's Love Theme) [7:01] {1,2}
    1. Eastern Persuasion [5:31] {1}
    1. Evolution [8:25] {1}
    1. Seasonal Elements (Spring-Summer-Fall-Winter) [7:28] {1} [All compositions, Reggie Workman]

    Reggie Workman (bass)
    Sam Rivers (flute-1,5; tenor sax-3,4; soprano sax-7)
    Julian Priester (trombone-3,4,5)
    Geri Allen (piano-2,5,7,8)
    Elizabeth Panzer (harp-1,5,6,8)
    Gerry Hemingway (drums-1,2,4,6,7 elec d-1)
    Al Foster (drums-3,5)
    Tapan Modak (tablas-4,5)

    Go to Postcards page for this CD

    {Primary Source: POST1010; CD-R of Texaco CD #3}


    95.06.00 • Horace Tapscott: aiee! the Phantom

    Arabesque Recordings Arabesque Jazz AJ0119 (CD) 1996

    June, 1995
    Systems Two
    Brooklyn, NY
    To the Great House (Tapscott) [7:48]
    1. The Goat and Ram Jam (Jesse Sharps) [8:51]
    1. aiee! the Phantom (Tapscott) [10:28]
    1. Drunken Mary / Mary on Sunday (Tapscott) [9:25]
    1. Inspiration of Silence (Ernest Straughter) [6:37]
    1. Mothership (Tapscott) [15:49]
    Horace Tapscott (piano)
    Marcus Belgrave (trumpet)
    Abraham Burton (alto sax)
    Reggie Workman (bass)
    Andrew Cyrille (drums)

    {Primary Source: AJ0119}

    95.07.31
    95.08.02 • Mari Nakamoto with Reggie Workman Trio: Summertime

    JVC VICJ-218 (CD)

    July 31 - August 2, 1995
    venue?
    Yamanakako and Yamanashi, Japan
    tracks?
    Mari Nakamoto (vocals)
    Ronnie Mathews (piano)
    Reggie Workman (bass)
    Charlie Persip (drums)

    {Primary Source: G. Scala}
    Not in my collection.

    95.12.22
    95.12.23 • Sonny Simmons: American Jungle

    Qwest / Warner Bros. 9 46543-2 (CD) 1997

    December 22 & 23, 1995
    Power Station, New York City
    Land of the Freaks (Simmons) [8:33]
    1. Black, Blue, & Purple (For the Great Lord Alain) (Simmons) [12:19]
    1. Coltrane Story (Simmons) [2:46]
    1. My Favorite Things (R. Rodgers / O. Hammerstein) [9:39]
    1. American Jungle Theme (Simmons) [13:04]
    Sonny Simmons (alto sax)
    Travis Shook (piano)
    Reggie Workman (bass)
    Cindy Blackman (drums)

    {Primary Source: 9 46543-2}

    97.07.10
    97.07.11 • Miya Masaoka: Monk's Japanese Folk Song

    DIZIM 4104 (CD) 1998

    July 10 & 11, 1997
    venue?, New York City
    Japanese Folk Song
    1. Monk's Mood
    1. Aubade
    1. Evidence
    1. A Shinto Midnight
    1. Snow Capped Hats
    1. Epistrophy
    1. 'Round Midnight
    1. Monk's Sigh in July
    Miya Masaoka (koto)
    Reggie Workman (bass; saw)
    Andrew Cyrille (drums; percussion)

    {Primary Source: CADENCE magazine}
    Not in my collection

    99.01.04 • Steve Cohn: Bridge Over the X-Stream

    Leo Records CD LR 288 (CD) 2000 England

    January 4, 1999
    Main Space, Knitting Factory, New York City
    In the Well of Value [5:26]
    1. Don't Sit Down if You Can't Stand Up [5:50]
    1. Where My Advantages Can Be Advanced [12:23]
    1. Give Me the Bowl of Oatmeal [17:18]
    1. Mommy, Daddy Took the Cake Out [12:37]
    1. Don't Stand Up if You Can't Sit Down [6:33]
    [All compositions, Steve Cohn]

    Steve Cohn (piano; shakuhachi; hichiriki; shofar; percussion) Reggie Workman (bass; percussion) Jason Hwang (violin) Tom Varner (french horn)
    {Primary Source: info via D. Given}
    Not in my collection





    Thanks

    Assistance, Direction, and Encouragement has come from
    the following gracious individuals --

    • Reggie Workman and his BassScanz Home-Page.
    1. Albrecht Heefer
    1. Michael Fitzgerald and his Jazz Research Center, a kind of "Discography Central," including documents on Gigi Gryce, Kenny Baron, Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Henry Grimes, and many others.
    1. Alan Saul and his Dolphy Discography
    1. John Coltrane: A Discography and Musical Biography, by Yasuhiro Fujioka, with Lewis Porter and Yoh-ichi Hamada. If you can manage $60 for this magnificent document, don't hesitate. Available from Scarecrow Press.
    1. Lonnie Sherman, for the whole world as discography
    1. Todd Poynor and his Critical Discography of Woody Shaw
    1. Harvey Bloomfield's Art Blakey Discography
    1. Anthony B. Rogers
    1. Masaya Matsumura and his Lee Morgan Discography
    1. Gerrit Stolte, European correspondent
    1. Dan Serro
    1. John Chacona
    1. Dennis Whitling
    1. Allan Sutherland
    1. Stephen Miner
    1. R. Lynn Rardin
    1. Smekjal Heinrich
    1. Ken Haverly
    1. Brian Brown
    1. Dan Kurdilla
    1. Dan Given
    1. George Scala
    1. Görgen Antonsson
    1. Mustafa Koprucu
    1. Tosiyuki Nomoto
    1. "The Prestige Label:" A discography compiled by Michael Cuscuna and Michel Ruppli
    1. "The Blue Note Label:" A discography compiled by Michael Cuscuna and Michel Ruppli
    1. Cadence Magazine and reviewers ...
    The indispensable "Review of Jazz & Blues: Creative Improvised Music."
    For subscription info and much more visit the Cadence website.
    1. Tetsuro Kubo and his Blues and Jazz Discography Links Page. CODA Magazine.



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