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Bud Shank & Bob Cooper - Mosaic Select Album
  • Performer:
    Bud Shank & Bob Cooper
  • Title:
    Mosaic Select
  • Genre:
  • Release date:
    2004
  • Country:
    US
  • Size FLAC version
    2998 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    1004 mb
  • Size WMA version
    2109 mb
  • Rating:
    4.8
  • Votes:
    593
  • Record from:
    Box Set, Compilation, Limited Edition, Numbered 3 × CD

Tracklist

1Tenderly2:54
2Sweet Georgia Brown3:44
3Blues For Delilah7:03
4Wailing Vessel (Alternate Take)2:43
5I Can't Get Started4:18
6The Nearness Of You (Live)4:20
7Ther's A Small Hotel2:40
8With The Wind And The Rain In Your Hair5:11
9Low Life (Alternate Take)3:59
10You Are Too Beautiful4:03
11Tequila Time4:22
12Little Girl Blue3:20
13In The Blue Of The Evening3:38
14A Romantic Guy, I3:33
15Out Of This World3:14
16Mutual Admiration Society3:49
17Medley: How Long Has This Been Going On / Tea For Two (Live)5:14
18I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face2:45
19Wailing Vessel2:45
20When Your Lover Has Gone2:58
21Valve Head3:15
22As Long As There's Music3:44
23They Didn't Believe Me4:44
24Low Life3:58
25Put Your Dreams Away (For Another Day)3:08
26The King (Live)6:41
27When The Lights Are Low (Live)7:39
28Cool Fool3:25
29You Don't Know What Love Is4:20
30Love Nest3:16
31I Want To Be Happy2:35
32Moonlight In Vermont (Live)6:34
33Blowin' Country6:18
34When You Wish Upon A Star4:20
35Somebody Loves Me (Live)5:48
36Thanks For The Memory4:31
37Lullaby Of Birdland (Live)4:18
38Baby's Birthday Party2:50
39Two Lost Souls3:48
40Mobile2:47
41Old Devil Moon (Live)6:51
42Sing Something Simple2:39
43Dinah3:21
44Gypsy In My Soul3:27
45Sunset And Wine4:14
46Just In Time3:45
47Steve Allen Theme4:11
48What'll I Do?2:48
49Rustic Hop4:15
50Danny Boy (Londonberry Air)5:10

Credits

  • Engineer [Recording]Alan Emig (tracks: 1-1 To 1-9), Phil Turetsky (tracks: 1-10 To 1-17), Val Valentin (tracks: 2-1 To 2-8)
  • Producer [Original Sessions]Richard Bock (tracks: 1-1 To 2-8), Russ Freeman (tracks: 2-9 To 3-14)
  • Reissue ProducerMichael Cuscuna
  • Transferred By, Mastered ByRon McMaster

Notes

#1-1 to 1-9
Recorded at Capitol Studios, Los Angeles on April 3 (#1-4, 1-6 to 1-8) and June 22 (#1-1 to 1-3, 1-9), 1954
The alternate take of “Wailing Vessel” was originally issued on JAZZ WEST COAST Pacific Jazz JWC 500
All other selections originally issued on BUD SHANK AND THREE TROMBONES Pacific Jazz 10” LP 14

#2-1 to 2-8
Recorded at Radio Recorders, Los Angeles on November 29, 1954 (#2-2 to 2-4, 2-6) and January 7, 1955 (#2-1, 2-5, 2-7, 2-8).
The alternate take of “Low Life” was originally issued on JAZZ WEST COAST Pacific Jazz JWC 500
All other selections originally issued on BUD SHANK AND BOB BROOKMEYER Pacific Jazz 10” LP 20

#1-10 to 1-17
Recorded live at the California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA on January 19, 1956
Originally issued as JAZZ AT CAL-TECH - THE BUD SHANK QUARTET WITH BOB COOPER (Pacific Jazz PJ-1219)

#3-1 to 3-4
Recorded at Capitol Studios, Los Angeles on November 29, 1956 (first session).
“Sweet Georgia Brown” originally issued on BLOWIN’ COUNTRY World Pacific WP-1277
All others originally issued on FLUTE ‘N OBOE (World Pacific WP-1226)

#3-5 to 3-10
Recorded at Capitol Studios, Los Angeles on November 29, 1956 (second session).
All selections originally issued on FLUTE ‘N OBOE (World Pacific WP-1226)

#3-11 to 3-14
Recorded at Capitol Studios, Los Angeles on January 21, 1958
Originally issued on THE SWING’S TO TV (World Pacific WPM-411)

#2-9 to 2-19
Recorded at Capitol Studios, Los Angeles on February 18, 1958
“Mutual Admiration Society”, “Accustomed To Her Face”, “Just In Time” and “Two Lost Souls” originally issued on JAZZ SWINGS BROADWAY (World Pacific WPM-404)
“Blowin’ Country” originally issued on BLOWIN’ COUNTRY (World Pacific WP-1277)
All other selections originally issued on THE SWING’S TO TV (World Pacific WPM-411)
The first nine selections are in the original sequence of BLOWIN’ COUNTRY

All selection are mono.

Note: Minor instances of distortion are in the original tape sources.

LIMITED EDITION: 5,000 SETS, NUMBERED ON THE OUTER SLEEVE.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 724359506920

Companies

  • Manufactured By – EMI Music Special Markets
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI Music Special Markets
  • Copyright (c) – Mosaic Records, L.L.C.
  • Recorded At – Capitol Studios
  • Recorded At – Radio Recorders


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Description from Mosaic website:
"After three years together in Stan Kenton’s sax section, Charlie Parker-inspired alto saxophonist Bud Shank and Lucky Thompson-influenced tenorman Bob Cooper left to pursue their own careers and played together in Howard Rumsey’s Lighthouse All-Stars, where they found unlikely success with an album that featured Shank’s flute and Cooper’s oboe. Both reedmen exhibited remarkable fluency and technique in adapting these unusual instruments to a jazz context.
In April/June 1954, Shank cut Bud Shank And Three Trombones – all valve trombones - for Pacific Jazz with Bob Cooper contributing the arrangements and three originals. Despite the absence of Cooper, Shank’s next date with Bob Brookmeyer and a string quintet is also included here because it’s rare and we had room. (Bob Cooper’s 1955 Kenton Presents LPs with Shank can be heard on Mosaic MD4-185).

By 1956, the reedmen were studio regulars, but Shank was concentrating on his own quartet. At one concert recorded by Pacific Jazz (Jazz At Cal-Tech), he invited Cooper to be guest artist and they revived their flute/oboe combination on two tunes. The response was such that they returned to the studio in November to record Flute ‘N Oboe with Howard Roberts, Don Prell and Chuck Flores. On five selections, they are joined by a string quartet with absolutely brilliant writing by Cooper.

In January 1958, they began The Swing’s To TV with four tunes using the same instrumentation. But a month later, they decided to open things; using Shank’s rhythm section, they recorded 11 tunes using various combinations of Shank on alto, tenor and flute and Cooper on tenor, bass clarinet and oboe with remarkable results. This material found its way onto The Swing’s To TV, Jazz Swings Broadway and Blowin’ Country.

Although their paths crossed constantly in studios and clubs, the sound they created together (and not just on flute and oboe) came to an end with these sessions, all of which are included here in their entirety."