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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
David Peck; Phillip Galloway; Tom Gulotta; John Coltrane; Wynton Kelly; Paul Chambers; Jimmy Cobb; Oscar Peterson; Stan Getz; Eric Dolphy; McCoy Tyner; Reggie Workman; Elvin Jones; Jimmy Garrison; Dave Brubeck; Paul Desmond; Eugene J Wright; Joe Morello; Duke Ellington; Sarah Vaughan; Richard Davis; Ronnell Bright; Buster Williams; Kirk Stuart; George Hughes, (Drummer); Dexter Gordon; George Gruntz; Guy Pedersen; Daniel Humair; Kenny Drew; Gilbert Rovère; Art Taylor; Wes Montgomery; Pim Jacobs; Ruud Jacobs; Han Bennink; Harold Mabern; Arthur Harper; Jimmy Lovelace; Stan Tracey; Rick Laird; Jackie Dougan; Charles Mingus; Clifford Jordan; Johnny Coles; Jaki Byard; Dannie Richmond; Duke Ellington Orchestra.; Naxos (Sound recording label); Reelin' in the Years Productions.
At top of cases : Dynamic audio & video.
Booklet containing program notes and credits (8 v.) inserted into each container.
In 8 containers, the whole issued in a cardboard box.
|Credits:||Producers, David Peck, Phillip Galloway, Tom Gulotta.|
|Performer(s):||In v. 1: John Coltrane, saxophone ; John Coltrane Quartet (Wynton Kelly, piano ; Paul Chambers, bass ; Jimmy Cobb, drums) (1960) with Oscar Peterson, piano (5th work) ; Stan Getz, tenor saxophone (4th-5th works) ; Eric Dolphy, alto saxophone, flute ; McCoy Tyner, piano ; Reggie Workman, bass ; Elvin Jones, drums (1961) ; McCoy Tyner, piano ; Jimmy Garrison, bass ; Elvin Jones, drums (1965). In v. 2: Dave Brubeck Quartet (Dave Brubeck, piano ; Paul Desmond, alto sax ; Eugene Wright, bass ; Joe Morello, drums). In v. 3: Duke Ellington Orchestra (Johnny Hodges, Russell Procope, Paul Gonsalves, Jimmy Hamilton, Harry Carney, reeds ; William "Cat" Anderson, Harold "Shorty" Baker, Ray Nance, Clark Terry, trumpets ; Quentin "Butter" Jackson, John Sanders, Britt Woodman, trombones ; Jimmy Woode, bass ; Sam Woodyard, drums ; Ozzie Bailey, vocal ; Duke Ellington, piano, leader). In v. 4: Sarah Vaughan, vocals ; Richard Davis, bass ; Ronnell Bright, piano ; Art Morgan, drums (1958 Sweden and Holland) ; Buster Williams, bass ; Kirk Stuart, piano ; George Hughes, drums (1964 Sweden). In v. 5: Dexter Gordon, tenox sax ; George Gruntz, piano ; Guy Pedersen, bass ; Daniel Humair, drums (Holland and Belgium) ; Kenny Drew, piano ; Gilbert "BIbi" Rovere, bass ; Art Taylor, drums (Lugano). In v. 6: Wes Montgomery, guitar ; Pim Jacobs, piano ; Ruud Jacobs, bass ; Han Bennink, drums (Holland) ; Harold Mabern, piano ; Arthur Harper, bass ; Jimmy Lovelace, drums (Belgium) ; Stan Tracey, piano ; Rick Laird, bass ; Jackie Dougan, drums (England). In v. 7: Charles Mingus, bass ; Eric Dolphy, alto sax, flute, bass clarinet ; Clifford Jordan, tenor sax ; Jaki Byard, piano ; Dannie Richmond, drums ; with Johnny Coles, trumpet (Norway and Sweden concerts). In v. 8 (bonus disc): John Coltrane, Dexter Gordon, Dave Brubeck, Sarah Vaughan. John Coltrane, tenor sax ; McCoy Tyner, piano ; Jimmy Garrison, bass ; Elvin Jones, drums ; Dexter Gordon, tenor sax ; Tete Montoliu, piano ; Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen, bass ; Alex Riel, drums ; Dave Brubeck, piano ; Paul Desmond, alto sax ; Eugene Wright, bass ; Joe Morello, drums ; Sarah Vaughan, vocal ; Bob James, piano ; Herb Mickman, bass ; Omar Clay, drums.|
|Event notes:||Filmed between 1958-1966 in Europe.|
|Description:||8 videodiscs (608 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Details:||DVD video; all regions; Dolby digital mono; standard version.|
|Contents:||[v. 1]. John Coltrane : live in '60, '61 & '65 --
[v. 2]. Dave Brubeck : live in '64 & '66 --
[v. 3]. Duke Ellington : live in '58 --
[v. 4]. Sarah Vaughan : live in '58 & '64 --
[v.5] Dexter Gordon : live in '63 & '64 --
[v. 6]. Wes Montgomery : live in '65 --
[v.7] Charles Mingus : live in '64 --
[v. 7]. --
[v. 8]. Bonus disc, Jazz icons series 2. John Coltrane : Sweden 1962 ; Dexter Gordon : Norway, 1964 ; Dave Brubeck : Finland, 1964 ; Sarah Vaughan : Sweden, 1967.
|Responsibility:||Reelin' in the Years Productions ; producers, David Peck, Philip Galloway and Tom Gulotta.|