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The Oliver Nelson Verve/Impulse Big Band Sessions (#233)


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The Oliver Nelson Verve/Impulse Big Band Sessions (#233)
6 CDs - $102.00


DISCOGRAPHY:

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DISC ONE
1. Full Nelson (A) 2:45
(Oliver Nelson)
2. Skokiaan (A) 1:51
(T. Glazer-A. Msarurgwa)
3. Miss Fine (A) 4:09
(Oliver Nelson)
4. Majorca (A) 3:04
(Oliver Nelson)
5. Cool (A) 4:52
(L. Bernstein-S. Sondheim)
6. Back Woods (A) 3:30
(Oliver Nelson)
7. Lila's Theme (A) 3:54
(Jerry Goldsmith)
8. Ballad For Benny (A) 2:34
(Oliver Nelson)
9. Hoe Down (A) 2:48
(Oliver Nelson)
10. Paris Blues (A) 2:54
(Duke Ellington)
11. What Kind Of Fool Am I (A) 3:48
(L. Bricusse-A. Newley)
12. You Love But Once (A) 4:30
(Oliver Nelson)
13. Hobo Flats (B) 4:10
(Oliver Nelson)
14. Post No Bills (B) 5:26
(Oliver Nelson)
15. A Bientot (B) 3:44
(Billy Taylor)
16. Three Plus One (B) 3:22
(Oliver Nelson)
17. Take Me With You (B) 5:25
(Willie Jean Tate-Oliver Nelson)
18. Daylie's Double (B) 3:57
(Audrey Nelson)
19. Teenie's Blues (B) 4:05
(Oliver Nelson)
20. Laz-ie Kate (B) 3:59
(Oliver Nelson)

DISC TWO
1. St. Louis Blues (C) 6:08
(W. C. Handy)
2. I Remember Bird (C) 6:25
(Leonard Feather)
3. Ricardo's Dilemma (C) 2:31
(Roy Ayers)
4. Patterns For Orchestra (C) 3:12
(Oliver Nelson)
5. The Sidewalks Of New York (aka East Side, West Side) (C) 6:29
(C. Lawler-J. Black)
6. Greensleeves (C) 2:26
(traditional)
7. John Brown's Blues (C) 3:20
(arranged by Oliver Nelson)
8. Twelve Tone Blues (C) 3:04
(Leonard Feather)
9. A Typical Day In New York (D) 4:42
(Oliver Nelson)
10. The East Side/The West Side (D) 4:10
(Oliver Nelson)
11. 125th And Seventh Ave. (D) 6:36
(Oliver Nelson)
12. A Penthouse Dawn (D) 3:07
(Oliver Nelson)
13. One For Duke (D) 5:24
(Oliver Nelson)
14. Complex City (D) 8:07
(Oliver Nelson)

DISC THREE
1. Roll 'Em (E) 4:06
(Mary Lou Williams)
2. For Dancers Only (E) 3:40
(Raye-Oliver-Schoen)
3. Sophisticated Swing (E) 2:49
(W. Hudson-M. Parish)
4. Sometimes I'm Happy (E) 3:52
(Youmans-Caesar-Grey)
5. Lined With A Groove (F) 5:29
(Ray Brown)
6. Lazy Theme (F) 4:49
(Oscar Peterson)
7. Now Hear My Meaning (F) 5:12
(Jimmy Woode)
8. In A Crowd 6:00
(John Lewis)
9. Sound Piece For Jazz Orchestra (G) 9:42
(Oliver Nelson)
10. Flute Salad (G) 2:47
(Oliver Nelson)
11. The Lady From Girl Talk (G) 4:57
(Oliver Nelson)

DISC FOUR
1. Let The Word Go Forth (H) 6:15
(Oliver Nelson)
2. A Genuine Peace (H) 2:35
(Oliver Nelson)
3. The Rights Of All (H) 3:55
(Oliver Nelson)
4. Tolerance (H) 3:21
(Oliver Nelson)
5. The Artists' Rightful Place (H) 3:26
(Oliver Nelson)
6. Jacqueline (H) 2:12
(Oliver Nelson)
7. Day In Dallas (H) 3:37
(Oliver Nelson)
8. John Kennedy Memory Waltz (H) 3:18
(George David Weiss)
9. Love Is Just Around The Corner (I) 2:47
(L. Gensler-L. Robin)
10. This Is It (I) 2:15
(Pee Wee Russell)
11. Memories Of You (I) 3:09
(E. Blake-A. Razaf)
12. Pee Wee's Blues (I) 3:48
(Pee Wee Russell)
13. The Shadow Of Your Smile (I) 2:26
(J. Mandel-P.F. Webster)
14, Ja-Da (I) 3:44
(Bob Carleton)
15. A Good Man Is Hard To Find (I) 2:52
(Harry Saville)
16. Bopol (I) 2:55
(Oliver Nelson)
17. I'm Coming Virginia (I) 4:17
(D. Heywood-M. Cook)
18. Six And Four (I) 3:36
(Oliver Nelson)

DISC FIVE
1. Walk On The Wild Side (J) 5:53
(Elmer Bernstein-Mack David)
2. Ol' Man River (J) 3:55
(J. Kern-O. Hammerstein)
3. In A Mellow Tone (J) 4:22
(Duke Ellington)
4. Step Right Up (J) 4:11
(Oliver Nelson)
5. Hobo Flats (K) 4:44
(Oliver Nelson)
6. Blueberry Hill (K) 4:53
(Lewis-Stock-Rose)
7. Walk Right In (K) 3:29
(Gus Cannon)
8. Trouble In Mind (K) 4:21
(Richard M. Jones)
9. The Preacher (K) 6:12
(Horace Silver)
10. Meditation (K) 3:04
(Jobim-Mendonca-Gimbel)
11. I Can't Stop Loving You (K) 4:27
(Don Gibson)
12. Slaughter On Tenth Avenue (L) 7:06
(Richard Rodgers)
13. Who's Afraid Of Virginia Wolff, part one (L) 4:27
(K. Knox-D. Kirkpatrick)
14. Who's Afraid Of Virginia Wolff, part two (L) 4:58
(K. Knox-D. Kirkpatrick)

DISC SIX
1. The Bird/The Duck/The Cat/The Grandfather/The Wolf/The Hunter/Peter (M) 4:09
(Serge Prokofiev)
2. Duck Theme/Jimmy And The Duck/Peter's Theme/Meal Time (M) 9:38
(Oliver Nelson)
3. Elegy For A Duck (M) 7:15
(Oliver Nelson)
4. Cat In A Tree (M) 5:20
(Oliver Nelson)
5. Capture Of The Wolf (M) 1:14
(Oliver Nelson)
6. Finale: Parade/Peter Plays Some Blues (M) 4:45
(Oliver Nelson)
7. One Mint Julep (N) 5:28
(Rodolph Toombs)
8. Blues And The Abstract Truth (N) 5:25
(Oliver Nelson)
9. Down By The Riverside (O) 9:59
(arranged byOliver Nelson)
10. Night Train (O) 6:46
(J. Forrest-O. Washington)
11. 13 (Death March) (O) 5:20
(Gary McFarland)
12. Milestones (O) 4:08
(Miles Davis)
13. 'Round Midnight (O) 7:17
(Thelonious Monk)

DISCOGRAPHY For the purposes of this discography, only the original issue number is provided. Oliver Nelson is the arranger and conductor in all cases.
(A) OLIVER NELSON - FULL NELSON: Snooky Young, Ernie Royal, Joe Newman, Jimmy Maxwell, Bernie Glow (tp), Clark Terry (tp, flg), Urbie Green, Jimmy Cleveland, Quentin Jackson, Rod Levitt, Willie Dennis (tb) Paul Faulise, Tony Studd (b-tb), Bob Northern, Ray Alonge (Frh), Oliver Nelson (as), Phil Woods (as, cl). George Dorsey, Jerry Dodgion, Al Cohn, Stan Webb, Jerome Richardson, Danny Bank (reeds), Jimmy Raney (g), George Duvivier (b), Ed Shaughnessy (d).
RCA Studios, NYC, November 19, 1962
62VK700 Full Nelson
62VK701 Skokiaan
62VK702 Ballad For Benny
62VK703 Hoe Down

Snooky Young, Ernie Royal, Joe Newman (tp), Clark Terry (tp, flg), Urbie Green, Jimmy Cleveland, Quentin Jackson (tb) Tony Studd (b-tb), Oliver Nelson (as), Phil Woods (as, cl), George Dorsey (as, cl, fl), Stan Webb (ts, oboe, Eng h), Romeo Penque (ts, fl, Eng h), Danny Bank (bari, b cl), Jim Hall (g), Milt Hinton (b), Osie Johnson (d), Harry Brewer (marimba, castanets,perc).
RCA Studios, NYC, February 26, 1963
63VK295 Paris Blues
63VK296 Miss Fine
63VK297 Majorca
63VK298 Lila's Theme

As above except Phil Bodner (reeds) and Phil Kraus (vb, celeste) replace Romeo Penque and Harry Brewer.
RCA Studios, NYC, March 28, 1963
63VK309 Back Woods
63VK310 Cool
63VK311 What Kind Of Fool Am I
63VK312 You Love But Once

all titles issued on Verve V6-8508
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(B) OLIVER NELSON - FANTABULOUS: Art Hoyle, Snooky Young (tp), Ray Weigand (tb), Tony Studd (b-tb), Phil Woods (as, cl), Kenny Soderblom (as, fl), Bob Ashton (ts, cl), Oliver Nelson (ts), Jerome Richardson (bari, fl, alto fl), Patti Bown (p), Ben Tucker (b), Grady Tate (d).
Universal Studios, Chicago, March 19, 1964 Esmond
13071 Teenie's Blues
13072 Daylie's Double
13073 Three Plus One
13074. A Bientot
13075 Hobo Flats
13076 Take Me With You
13077 Post No Bills
13078 Laz-ie Kate

all titles issued on Argo LP 737
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(C) LEONARD FEATHER'S ENCYCLOPEDIA OF JAZZ ALL STARS: Ernie Royal, Burt Collins, Joe Newman, Joe Wilder, Clark Terry, Snooky Young (tp, flg), J. J. Johnson, Jimmy Cleveland (tb), Bob Brookmeyer (v-tb), Tony Studd (b-tb), Phil Woods (as, cl), Jerry Dodgion (as. cl, fl), Zoot Sims (ts), Jerome Richardson (ts, ss, fl), Danny Bank (bari), Albert Dailey (p), Eric Gale (g), Ron Carter (b), Grady Tate (d), Phil Kraus (mallets, perc).
Englewood Cliffs, NJ, November 3, 1966
101574 Ricardo's Dilemma Verve V6-8743
101575 St. Louis Blues Verve V6-8677
101576 Patterns For Orchestra Verve CD 314 527 654
101577 I Remember Bird Verve V6-8677

As above except Nat Adderley (cornet) replaces Burt Collins, Hank Jones (p) replaces Albert Dailey and Bobby Rosengarden (mallets, perc) replaces Phil Kraus.
Englewood Cliffs, NJ, November 4, 1966
101578 Twelve Tone Blues Verve V6-8743 (as "Patterns For Orchestra")
101579 Sidewalks Of New York (aka East Side, West Side) -
101580 Greensleeves -
101581 John Brown's Blues Verve V6-8677

Note: The initial and possibly all pressings of V6-8743 used Twelve Tone Blues in place of Patterns For Orchestra.
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(D) JAZZ INTERACTIONS ORCHESTRA - JAZZHATTAN SUITE: Joe Newman, Ernie Royal, Ray Copeland, Burt Collins, Marvin Stamm (tp), Benny Powell, Wayne Andre, Jimmy Cleveland (tb), Paul Faulise (b-tb), Jimmy Buffington, Ray Alonge (Frh), Don Butterfield (tuba), Phil Woods (as, cl), Jerry Dodgion (as, cl, fl), Zoot Sims (ts), George Marge (ts, cl, fl), Danny Bank (bari, bass cl, fl), Patti Bown (p), Ron Carter, George Duvivier (b), Ed Shaughnessy (d), Bobby Rosengarden (vbs, perc).
Capitol Studios, NYC, November 13, 1967
103731 Complex City
103732 The East Side/The West Side
103733 125th And Seventh Ave.
103734 A Penthouse Dawn
103735 One For Duke

Same personnel. Capitol Studios, NYC, November 14, 1967
103730 A Typical Day In New York

Note: Joe Newman served as co-conductor on these sessions.

all titles issued on Verve V6-8731
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(E) SHIRLEY SCOTT - ROLL 'EM: Shirley Scott (org) with Thad Jones, Joe Newman, Jimmy Nottingham, Ernie Royal (tp), Quentin Jackson, Melba Liston, Tom McIntosh (tb), Paul Faulise (b-tb), Phil Woods, Jerry Dodgion (as), Bob Ashton, Jerome Richardson (ts), Danny Bank (bari), Attila Zoller (g), George Duvivier (b), Grady Tate (d).
Englewood Cliffs, NJ, April 19, 1966
90530 Sophisticated Swing Impulse AS-9119
90531 Roll 'Em -
90532 Sometimes I'm Happy -
90533 For Dancers Only -
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(F) RAY BROWN/MILT JACKSON Clark Terry (tp, flh), Ernie Royal, Snooky Young (tp), Tom McIntosh, Urbie Green, Jimmy Cleveland (tb), Tony Studd (b-tb), Ray Alonge (Fr h), Phil Woods, Bob Ashton, Jerome Richardson, Jimmy Heath, Romeo Penque, Danny Bank (reeds), Milt Jackson (vbs), Hank Jones (p), Ray Brown (b), Grady Tate (d).
NYC, January 4, 1965
65VK200 Lazy Theme
65VK201 Lined With A Groove
65VK202 In A Crowd
65VK203 Now Hear Me Moaning

all titles issued on Verve V6-8615
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(G) OLIVER NELSON - SOUND PIECES John Audino, Ollie Mitchell, Bobby Bryant, Conte Candoli (tp), Dick Noel, Mike Barone (tb), Dick Leith (tb, b-tb), Ernie Tack (b-tb), Bill Hinshaw, Richard Perissi (Frh), Red Callender (tuba), Oliver Nelson (ss), Gabe Baltazar (as, cl. alto fl), Bill Green (piccolo, fl, alto fl, as), Plas Johnson (ts, fl, alto fl), Bill Perkins (ts, bass cl, fl, alto fl), Jack Nimitz (bari, bass cl), Victor Feldman (p), Ray Brown (b), Shelly Manne (d).
Western Recorders, LA,
September 27, 1966
90642 The Lady From Girl Talk Impulse AS-9129
90639 Sound Piece For Jazz Ochestra, part one rejected

as above, except Billy Byers (tb) replaces Dick Noel, Al Porcino (tp) replaces Bobby Bryant and Mike Melvoin (p) replaces Victor Feldman
Western Recorders, LA, September 28, 1966
90639 Sound Piece For Jazz Orchestra, part one Impulse AS-9129
90640 Sound Piece For Jazz Orchestra, part two -
90641 Flute Salad -

Note: The original album and all previous discographies have some errors in the personnel for these sessions. This information was derived from the original union session contracts.
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(H) OLIVER NELSON - THE KENNEDY DREAM: large orchestra including Snooky Young (tp), Jerome Richardson, Jerry Dodgion (reeds), Phil Woods (as), Phil Bodner (eng h), Danny Bank (b cl), Don Butterfield (tu), Hank Jones (p, el clavinet), George Duvivier (b), Grady Tate (d).
Capitol Studios, NYC, February 16, 1967
90748 Day In Dallas
90749 The Rights Of All
90750 Tolerance
Capitol Studios, NYC, February 17, 1967
90751 Jacqueline
90752 Jack Kennedy Memory Waltz
90753 A Genuine Peace
90754 Let The Word Go Forth
90755 The Artists' Rightful Place (aka Patterns For Orchestra)

all titles issued on Impulse AS-9144
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(I) PEE WEE RUSSELL AND OLIVER NELSON - THE SPIRIT OF '67 Pee Wee Russell (cl) with Joe Wilder, Ed Williams, Snooky Young, Clark Terry (tp), Jimmy Cleveland, Dick Hixson, Urbie Green (tb), Tony Studd (b-tb), Phil Woods, Jerry Dodgion (as), Bob Ashton (ts), Frank Wess (ts), Danny Bank (bari, b cl), Hank Jones (p), Howard Collins (g), George Duvivier (b), Grady Tate (d).
Capitol Studios, NYC, February 14, 1967
90738 Ja-Da
90739 This Is It
90740 Memories Of You
90741 Pee Wee's Blues
90742 The Shadow Of Your Smile

Pee Wee Russell (cl) with Marvin Stamm, Jimmy Nottingham, Thad Jones, John Frosk (tp), Tom Mitchell. Tom McIntosh (tb), Paul Faulise (b-tb), Phil Woods (as), Jerry Dodgion (as, fl), Bob Ashton (ts), Seldon Powell (ts, fl), Gene Allen (bari), Patti Bown (p), Howard Collins (g), George Duvivier (b), Grady Tate (d).
Capitol Studios, NYC, February 15, 1967
90743 Love Is Just Around The Corner
90744 I'm Coming Virginia
90745 A Good Man Is Hard To Find
90746 Bopol
90747 Six And Four

all titles issued on Impulse AS-9147
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(J) JIMMY SMITH - BASHIN'
Jimmy Smith (org) with Joe Newman, Ernie Royal, Doc Severinson, Joe Wilder (tp), Jimmy Cleveland, Urbie Green, Britt Woodman (tb), Tom Mitchell (b-tb), Phil Woods, Jerry Dodgion (as, reeds), Bob Ashton, Babe Clark (ts, reeds), George Barrow (bari, reeds), Barry Galbraith (g), George Duvivier (b), Ed Shaughnessy (d).
Englewood Cliffs, NJ, March 26, 1962
62VK324 In A Mellow Tone Verve
V6-8474
62VK325 Step Right Up -

same as above Englewood Cliffs, NJ, March 28, 1962
62VK376/7 Walk On The Wild Side Verve
V6-8474
62VK380 Ol' Man River -

(K) JIMMY SMITH - HOBO FLATS Jimmy Smith (org) with Clark Terry, Joe Newman, Ernie Royal (tp), Jimmy Cleveland, Urbie Green, Quentin Jackson (tb), Tom Mitchell (b-tb), Goerge Dorsey (as, fl), Phil Woods (as), Al Cohn, Zoot Sims (ts), Danny Bank (bari, fl), Milt Hinton (b), Jimmy Johnson (d).
A & R Studios, NYC, March 15, 1963
63VK336 Walk Right In Verve
V6-8544
63VK337 Trouble In Mind -
63VK338 Meditation -
63VK339 Blueberry Hill -

Jimmy Smith (org) with Clark Terry, Joe Newman, Ernie Royal (tp), Jimmy Cleveland, Urbie Green, Quentin Jackson (tb), Tom Mitchell (b-tb), Goerge Dorsey (as), Phil Woods (as), Al Cohn, Zoot Sims (ts), Danny Bank (bari, b cl), George Duvivier (b), Bill Rodriguez (d).
Webster Hall, NYC, March 20, 1963
63VK340 Hobo Flats -1 Verve V6-8544
63VK341 The Preacher -
63VK342 I Can't Stop Loving You -
-1 add Buddy Lucas (harmonica)

(L) JIMMY SMITH - WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOLFF
Jimmy Smith (org) with unknown orchestra, including Ernie Royal, Snooky Young (tp), Urbie Green (tb), Romeo Penque, Jerome Richardson (reeds), Phil Woods (as,cl), Sol Schlinger (bari, b cl), Kenny Burrell (g).
Englewood Cliffs, NJ January 20, 1964
64VK222 Blues original rejected
64VK223 Slaughter On Tenth Avenue Verve V6-8583

Englewood Cliffs, NJ January 21, 1964
64VK224 Rhapsody In Blue rejected
64VK225 Who's Afraid Of Virginia Wolff, Pt. 1 Verve V6-8583
64VK226 Who's Afraid Of Virginia Wolff, Pt. 2 Verve V6-8583

(M) JIMMY SMITH - PETER AND THE WOLF Jimmy Smith (org) with Joe Newman, Ernie Royal, Richard Williams, Snooky Young (tp), Quentin Jackson, Dick Hixon, Tom McIntosh, Britt Woodman (tb), Tony Studd (b-tb), Jimmy Buffington, Willie Ruff (Frh), Phil Woods, Jerry Dodgion, Bob Ashton, Jerome Richardson, Danny Bank, Stan Webb (reeds), Billy Butler, Barry Galbraith (g), Richard Davis (b), Grady Tate (d), Harry Brewer, Bobby Rosengarden (perc).
Englewood Cliffs, NJ May 11, 1966
100419-13 The Wolf
100420-4 The Duck
100421-1 The Bird
100422-11 The Grandfather

same as above Englewood Cliffs, NJ,
May 12, 1966
100423-9 The Cat
100424-17 The Hunter
100425-21 Peter
100426-30 Duck Theme/Jimmy And The Duck
100427-35 Peter's Theme/Meal Time
100428 Elegy For A Duck
100429-56 Cat In A Tree
100430-57 Capture Of The Wolf
100431-58/62 Finale: Parade/Peter Plays Some Blues

all titles issued on Verve V6-8652
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(N) JIMMY SMITH - HOOCIE COOCHIE MAN Jimmy Smith (org) with Joe Newman, Ernie Royal, Richard Williams, Snooky Young (tp), Melba Liston, Quentin Jackson, Tom McIntosh, Britt Woodman (tb), Tony Studd (b-tb), Don Corrado, Willie Ruff (Frh), Phil Woods, Jerry Dodgion, Bob Ashton, Jerome Richardson, Jack Agee (reeds), Kenny Burrell, Billy Butler, Bill Suyler, Barry Galbraith (g), Bob Cranshaw, Richard Davis (b), Grady Tate (d), Bobby Rosengarden (bgos, perc).
Englewood Cliffs, NJ, June 14, 1966
100439 One Mint Julep Verve V6-8667
100442 Blues And The Abstract Truth -

(O) JIMMY SMITH & WES MONTGOMERY Jimmy Smith (org) and Wes Montgomery (g) with Jimmy Maxwell, Joe Newman, Ernie Royal, Clark Terry (tp), Jimmy Cleveland, Melba Liston, Dick Hixson (tb), Phil Woods (as. cl), Jerry Dodgion (as, cl, fl), Bob Ashton, Jerome Richardson (ts, cl, fl), Danny Bank (bari), Richard Davis (b), Grady Tate (d), Ray Barreto (cga).
Englewood Cliffs, NJ, September 21, 1966
101192 13 (Death March) Verve V6-8678
101193 Milestones Verve V6-8766

Tony Studd (b-tb) replaces Hixson, omit Ray Barretto.
Englewood Cliffs, NJ, September 23, 1966
101191 Down By The Riverside Verve V6-8678
101194 Night Train -
101195 'Round Midnight Verve V6-8804

Original sessions produced by Creed Taylor (A, C, J-O), Esmond Edwards (B, D), Bob Thiele (E, G, H, I) and Jim Davis (F).
Recording engineer: Ray Hall (A), Bob Simpson (A, K2), Rudy Van Gelder (C, E, J, L-O), Bob Arnold (D, H, I) and Jim Lockert (G).

Produced for release by Michael Cuscuna
Production assistance: Scott Wenzel
Tape transfers: Ellen Fitton and Steve Holroyd

Mastered by Malcolm Addey at the Malcolm Addey Studio, New York City.

Special thanks to Kenny Washington, Phil Woods and The Institute Of Jazz Studies.

All tracks courtesy of The Verve Music Group.

This compilation (p)2006 Universal Music Enterprises, a Division of UMG Recordings Inc., Santa Monica, CA 90404-U.S.A. Manufactured by Universal Music Enterprises. Warning: All rights reserved. Unauthorized duplication is a violation of applicable laws.

Producer's note:
Oliver Nelson was a versatile musician who wrote and arranged in a variety of settings for a wide range of projects. The purpose of this collection is to capture all of Oliver Nelson's recordings for Verve, Argo and Impulse which feature standard big band instrumentation. Although The Kennedy Dream is not entirely performed by a big band, we have included it because of its importance as an original Nelson work.
The set not only includes sessions made under Nelson's leadership, some of which were issued under names like Leonard Feather's Encyclopedia Of Jazz All-Stars and The Jazz Interactions Orchestra, but also recordings in the big band context that Nelson arranged for Shirley Scott, Pee Wee Russell, Ray Brown & Milt Jackson and Jimmy Smith.
There are many more Verve and Impulse sessions led and/or arranged by Nelson, but they fall outside the big band context that is the focus of this set. Wes Montgomery's Goin' Out Of My Head has big band instrumentation, but features overdubbed horn arrangements written after the music was recorded.
No tape has survived of Twelve Tone Blues (session C); this has been dubbed from the best LP pressing that we could locate.
Oxide loss on the original master tapes has cause some noise on the introduction to St. Louis Blues (session C) and at the start of guitar solo in Milestones (session O).



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