Sidney Bechet – Plays Sidney Bechet (Vinyl LP)

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**THIS IS A VINYL LP**

Release Date: 2024

Label:  20th Century Masterworks

 

Track List

Side A

  1. PETITE FLEUR
  2. MARCHAND DE POISSONS
  3. TEMPÉRAMENTAL
  4. PROMENADE AUX CHAMPS-ÉLYSÉES
  5. A MOI D’PAYER
  6. LES OIGNONS
  7. EN ATTENDANT LE JOUR
  8. LASTIC

Side B

  1. DANS LES RUES D’ANTIBES
  2. PREMIER BAL
  3. SI TU VOIS MA MÈRE
  4. PASSPORT TO PARADISE
  5. AU SECOURS
  6. AS-TU LE CAFARD?
  7. MOULIN À CAFÉ 3
  8. MOUSTACHE GAULOISE

 

 

Notes

Revered in France during the last decade of his life, Sidney Bechet was one of the seminal forces in the roots of New Orleans jazz and the first musician to give the soprano sax a voice in jazz. This release presents the complete LP Sidney Bechet joue Sidney Bechet, which consisted of brilliant performances by Bechet of his own compositions, such as the immortal “Petite fleur”.

PERSONNEL:

SIDNEY BECHET – (soprano sax & clarinet) on all tracks plus:

ON TRACKS A1 & A6:
Claude Luter & Son Orchestre: Guy Longnon, Claude Rabanit (tp), Bernard Zacharias (tb), Claude Luter (cl, cond), Christian Azzi (p), Claude Philippe (bj), Roland Bianchini (b), Moustache Galepides (d).
Salle Pleyel, Paris, January 31, 1952.

ON TRACKS A2, B1, B3 & B6:
Same personnel as above except Claude Rabanit (tp) omitted. Paris, January 18, 1952.

ON TRACK A3:
André Réwéliotty & Son Orchestre: Marcel Bornstein (cnt), Guy Longnon (tp), Jean-Louis Durand (tb), AndréRéwéliotty (cl, cond), Yannick Singery (p), Zozo D’Halluin (b), Michel Pacout (d).
Paris, March 11, 1954.

ON TRACKS A4 & A7:
Claude Luter & Son Orchestre: Pierre Dervaux (tp), Guy Longnon (tb), Claude Luter (cl, cond), Christian Azzi (p), Roland Bianchini (b), Moustache Galepides (d).
Paris, May 4, 1951.

ON TRACK A5:
André Réwéliotty & Son Orchestre: Guy Longnon (tp), Jean-Louis Durand (tb), André Réwéliotty (cl, cond), Yannick Singery (p), Zozo D’Halluin (b), Michel Pacout (d).
Paris, February 8, 1955.

ON TRACKS A8 & B7-B8:
Claude Luter & Son Orchestre: Pierre Dervaux (tp), Bernard Zacharias (tb), Claude Luter (cl, cond),
Christian Azzi (p), Roland Bianchini (b), Moustache Galepides (d).
Paris, October 6 & 9, 1950.

ON TRACKS B2 & B5:
André Réwéliotty & Son Orchestre: Guy Longnon (tp), Jean-Louis Durand (tb), André Réwéliotty (cl, cond), Yannick Singery (p), Zozo D’Halluin (b), Marcel Blanche (d).
Paris, March 23, 1957.

ON TRACK B4:
André Réwéliotty & Son Orchestre: Guy Longnon (tp), Jean-Louis Durand (tb), André Réwéliotty (cl, cond), Eddie Bernard (p), Zozo D’Halluin (b), Jacques David (d).
Paris, June 26, 1956.

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