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Performer: Various
Title: Forty Years Of Women In Jazz
Released: 1989
Style: Swing, Big Band, Bop, Cool Jazz, Memphis Blues, Dixieland, Hard Bop
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 725
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While the history of female jazz artists still needs extensive documentation, this 1989 two-disc set goes a long way toward correcting oversights, noting and citing pivotal performers and showing that women have occupied roles in the music besides singers. It begins with pianist Lovie Austin and continues to Hazel Scott, with cuts from vital, underrecorded players such as guitarist Mary Osborne, pianist Beryl Booker, and trombonist Melba Liston. Certainly not every worthy female jazz artist could be included on one two-disc sampler, but this 44-cut package ranks as a fine start in documenting.

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Disc One (J-CD-9): Overview
1-1 Lovie Austin And Her Serenaders* Travelling Blues
Clarinet – Johnny DoddsCornet – Natty DominiqueDrums – W.E. BurtonPiano – Lovie AustinTrombone – Kid Ory
1-2 Albert Wynn's Gutbucket Five* Feat. Dolly Jones That Creole Band
Banjo – Rip Bassett*Clarinet – Barney BigardCornet – Dolly JonesPiano – JImmy Flowers Trombone – Albert Wynn
1-3 Memphis Minnie When The Levee Breaks
Guitar – Memphis MinnieGuitar, Vocals – Joe McCoy
1-4 Mary Lou Williams Nightlife
Piano – Mary Lou Williams
1-5 Mary Lou Williams With Six Men And A Girl Zonky
Bass – Booker CollinsDrums – Ben ThigpenGuitar – Floyd Guitar Smith*Piano – Mary Lou WilliamsReeds – Buddy Miller , Dick WilsonTrumpet – Earl Thompson
1-6 Ina Rae Hutton & Her Melodears* Wild Party
Directed By – Hutton*
1-7 Lil Armstrong & Her Swing Band* It's Murder!
Bass – John FrazierClarinet – Buster BaileyGuitar – Huey LongPiano – Teddy ColeTenor Saxophone – Chu Berry*Trumpet – Joe Thomas Vocals – Lil Armstrong*
1-8 Valaida Snow With Billy Mason & His Orchestra* You Bring Out The Savage In Me
Piano – Billy MasonTenor Saxophone – Buddy Featherstonaugh*Trumpet – Duncan WhyteTrumpet, Vocals – Valaida Snow
1-9 The International Sweethearts Of Rhythm* Tuxedo Junction
Baritone Saxophone – Willie Mae WongDirected By – Anna Mae WinburnDrums – Pauline BraddyPiano – Jackie King Tenor Saxophone – Viola BurnsideTrumpet – Johnny Mae Stansbury*
1-10 The International Sweethearts Of Rhythm* Sweet Georgia Brown
Baritone Saxophone – Willie Mae WongDirected By – Anna Mae WinburnDrums – Pauline BraddyPiano – Jackie King Tenor Saxophone – Viola BurnsideTrumpet – Johnny Mae Stansbury*
1-11 Mary Osborne Rose Room
Guitar – Mary Osborne
1-12 Cats Vs. Chicks Feat. Terry Pollard, Mary Osborne, Bonnie Wetzel Anything You Can Do
Bass – Bonnie Wetzel, Percy HeathDrums – Elaine Leighton, Kenny ClarkeGuitar – Mary Osborne, Tal FarlowHarp – Corky HalePiano – Beryl Booker, Horace SilverTrombone – Urbie GreenTrumpet – Clark Terry, Norma CarsonVibraphone – Terry Pollard
1-13 Melba Liston With Dizzy Gillespie's Orchestra* My Reverie
Alto Saxophone – Phil WoodsDrums – Charlie PersipTenor Saxophone – Billy MitchellTrombone – Frank Rehak, Melba Liston, Rod LevittTrumpet – Dizzy Gillespie, Joe Gordon, Quincy Jones
1-14 Adele Girard With Joe Marsala's Band* Zero Hour
Bass – Irving Lang*Clarinet – Joe MarsalaDrums – Buddy Christian Guitar – Chuck WayneHarp – Adele GirardPiano – Charlie QueenerTrumpet – Joe Thomas
1-15 Mills Cavalcade Orchestra Lovely Liza Lee
Piano – Gladys MosierTenor Saxophone – Herbie HaymerTrombone, Directed By – George Brunies
1-16 Mike Riley & His 'Round & 'Round Boys* Feat. L'ana Webster You're Giving Me The Run-Around
Tenor Saxophone – L'ana Webster
1-17 Woody Herman & His Thundering Herd* Feat. Margie Hyams* Northwest Passage
Alto Saxophone – Dick StabileBass – Chubby JacksonClarinet – Woody HermanDrums – Eddie Taylor Guitar – Billy BauerPiano – Ralph BurnsTenor Saxophone – Flip Phillips, Georgie AuldTrombone – Bill HarrisVibraphone – Marjorie Hyams
1-18 Kathy Stobart With Humphrey Lyttelton & His Band* I Can't Get Started
Baritone Saxophone – Joe TemperleyClarinet – Tony CoeTenor Saxophone – Kathy StobartTrombone – Keith ChristieTrumpet – Bobby Pratt, Humphrey Lyttelton
1-19 Sarah McLawler With Georgie Auld Red Light
Drums – Specs PowellGuitar – Mundell LoweOrgan – Sarah McLawlerTenor Saxophone – Georgie Auld
1-20 Vi Redd That's All
Alto Saxophone – Vi ReddDrums – Unknown ArtistGuitar – Unknown ArtistOrgan – Unknown Artist
1-21 The Miles Davis Quintet Feat. Beryl Booker The Squirrel
Drums – Connie KayGuitar – Chuck WaynePiano – Beryl BookerTrumpet – Miles DavisVibraphone – Don Elliott
1-22 Barbara Carroll Trio Morocco
Bass – Joe ShulmanDrums – Herbie WassermanPiano – Barbara Carroll
1-23 Utta Hipp Quintet* Feat. Hans Koller Indian Summer
Bass – Shorty RoderDrums – Karl SannerPiano – Utta Hipp*Tenor Saxophone – Hans KollerTrombone – Albert Mangelsdorff
Disc Two (J-CD-10): All-Women Groups
2-1 Mary Lou Williams's Girl Stars* Feat. Marjorie Hyams & Mary Osborne Conversation
Bass – June RotenbergDrums – Rose GottesmanPiano, Arranged By, Composed By – Mary Lou WilliamsVibraphone – Marjorie Hyams
2-2 Mary Lou Williams's Girl Stars* Feat. Marjorie Hyams & Mary Osborne Timmie Time
Bass – Bea TaylorDrums – Bridget O'FlynnGuitar – Mary OsbornePiano, Arranged By, Composed By – Mary Lou WilliamsVibraphone – Marjorie Hyams
2-3 Mary Lou Williams's All-Girl Trio* Humoresque
Bass – June RotenbergDrums – Bridget O'FlynnPiano – Mary Lou Williams
2-4 Mary Lou Williams's Girl Stars* Feat. Marjorie Hyams & Mary Osborne Boogie Mysterioso
Bass – June RotenbergDrums – Rose GottesmanPiano, Arranged By, Composed By – Mary Lou WilliamsVibraphone – Marjorie Hyams
2-5 Dorothy Donegan St. Louis Blues
Piano – Dorothy Donegan
2-6 Ina Ray Hutton & Her Melodears* Witch Doctor
Directed By – Hutton*
2-7 The International Sweethearts Of Rhythm* Digging Dyke
Bass – Edna SmithDirected By – Anna Mae Windburn*Drums – Pauline BraddyGuitar – Carline RayLeader – Rae Lee JonesPiano – Jackie King Reeds – Colleen Murray , Jacqueline Dexter, Myrtle Young, Viola Burnside, Willie Mae LeeTrombone – Helen Jones , Ina Bell Byrd, Julia Travick*Trumpet – Floyd Breye*, Johnnie Mae Stansbury, Nora Lee McGee*, Ernestine "Tiny" Davis*
2-8 The International Sweethearts Of Rhythm* Witch Doctor
Bass – Edna SmithDirected By – Anna Mae Windburn*Drums – Pauline BraddyGuitar – Carline RayLeader – Rae Lee JonesPiano – Jackie King Reeds – Colleen Murray , Jacqueline Dexter, Myrtle Young, Viola Burnside, Willie Mae LeeTrombone – Helen Jones , Ina Bell Byrd, Julia Travick*Trumpet – Floyd Breye*, Johnny Mae Stansbury, Nora Lee McGee*, Ernestine "Tiny" Davis*
2-9 The International Sweethearts Of Rhythm* Don't Get It Twisted
Bass – Edna SmithDirected By – Anna Mae Windburn*Drums – Pauline BraddyGuitar – Carline RayLeader – Rae Lee JonesPiano – Jackie King Reeds – Colleen Murray , Jacqueline Dexter, Myrtle Young, Viola Burnside, Willie Mae LeeTrombone – Helen Jones , Ina Bell Byrd, Julia Travick*Trumpet – Floyd Breye*, Johnny Mae Stansbury, Nora Lee McGee*, Ernestine "Tiny" Davis*
2-10 The International Sweethearts Of Rhythm* Jump Children
Bass – Edna SmithDirected By – Anna Mae Windburn*Drums – Pauline BraddyGuitar – Carline RayLeader – Rae Lee JonesPiano – Jackie King Reeds – Colleen Murray , Jacqueline Dexter, Myrtle Young, Viola Burnside, Willie Mae LeeTrombone – Helen Jones , Ina Bell Byrd, Julia Travick*Trumpet – Floyd Breye*, Johnny Mae Stansbury, Nora Lee McGee*, Ernestine "Tiny" Davis*
2-11 Nellie Lutcher Hurry On Down
Piano, Vocals – Nellie Lutcher
2-12 Rose Murphy My Blue Heaven
Piano, Vocals – Rose Murphy
2-13 Cats Vs. Chicks Feat. Norma Carson, Mary Osborne, Beryl Booker Cat Meets Chick
Bass – Bonnie WetzelDrums – Elaine LeightonGuitar – Mary OsbornePiano – Beryl BookerTrumpet – Norma CarsonVibraphone – Terry Pollard
2-14 Cats Vs. Chicks Feat. Norma Carson, Mary Osborne, Beryl Booker The Man I Love
Bass – Bonnie WetzelDrums – Elaine LeightonGuitar – Mary OsbornePiano – Beryl BookerTrumpet – Norma CarsonVibraphone – Terry Pollard
2-15 Beryl Booker, Mary Osborne, June Rotenberg Don't Blame Me
Bass – June RotenbergGuitar – Mary OsbornePiano – Beryl Booker
2-16 Beryl Booker, Mary Osborne, June Rotenberg Low Ceiling
Bass – June RotenbergGuitar – Mary OsbornePiano – Beryl Booker
2-17 Vivian Garry & Her All-Girl Band Feat. Edna Williams A Woman's Place Is In The Groove
Bass, Leader – Vivian Garry*Drums – Dody JeshkePiano – Winnie Beatty*Trumpet – Edna Williams Violin – Emma Colbert, Ginger Smock
2-18 Vivian Garry & Her All-Girl Band Feat. Edna Williams Body And Soul
Bass, Leader – Vivian Garry*Drums – Dody JeshkePiano – Winnie Beatty*Trumpet – Edna Williams Violin – Emma Colbert, Ginger Smock
2-19 Jean Star & L'ana Hyams All Stars Moonlight On Turham Bay
Bass – Cecilia ZirlDrums – Rose GottesmanGuitar – Marian GangePiano – Vicki ZimmerTenor Saxophone – L'ana HyamsTrumpet – Jean StarVibraphone – Marjorie HyamsVocals – Vivian Garry*
2-20 Jean Star & L'ana Hyams All Stars Seven Riffs With The Right Women
Bass – Cecilia ZirlDrums – Rose GottesmanGuitar – Marian GangePiano – Vicki ZimmerTenor Saxophone – L'ana HyamsTrumpet – Jean StarVibraphone – Marjorie HyamsVocals – Vivian Garry*
2-21 Hazel Scott 'Round Midnight
Piano – Hazel Scott

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – American Helix

Credits

  • Design – Collin Kellogg
  • Engineer [Assembly] – Charles Leighton
  • Engineer [Restoration] – Jerry Valburn
  • Liner Notes – Art Napoleon , Mary Lou Williams
  • Photography By – Frank Driggs
  • Producer – Howard Melton
  • Transferred By – Warren Schatz

Notes

1-1: Chicago, 4/26.
1-2: Chicago, 6/26.
1-3: New York, 4/29.
1-4: Chicago, 4/30.
1-5: New York, 1/40.
1-6: New York, 9/34.
1-7: Chicago, 10/36.
1-8: London, 2/34.
1-9, 1-10: AFRS Jubilee broadcast, early 1945.
1-11: Esquire Jazz Concert, 1945.
1-12: New York, 6/54.
1-13: 5/56.
1-14: 11/44.
1-15: 1935.
1-16: 1937.
1-17: Aircheck, 1945.
1-18: London, 1959.
1-19: New York, 4/53.
1-21: Aircheck, 1953.
1-22: 1949.
1-23: Germany, 1953.
2-1, 2-4: New York, 7/46.
2-2: 1945.
2-3: 1946.
2-5: 1946.
2-6: New York, 9/34.
2-7 to 2-10: 1945-46.
2-11: aircheck, 1947.
2-12: aircheck, 1947.
2-13, 2-14: 1954.
2-15, 2-16: 1946.
2-17, 2-18: 1946.
2-19, 2-20: 1945.
2-21: 1952.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Disc One): CD00110 W.O.# E6545-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc Two): CD00111 W.O.# E6546-1
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