|Performer:||Jazz At The Philharmonic|
|Title:||Best Of The 1940s Concerts|
|Style:||Swing, Bop, Jump Blues|
|Category:||Jazz / Blues|
|Catalog #:||557 534-2|
|1||Recorded May 27, 1946 At Carnegie Hall, New York City|
|2||Recorded March 5, 1947 At Syria Mosque, Pittsburgh|
|3||–Jazz At The Philharmonic||Philharmonic Blues (Issued As Carnegie Blues)|
Bass – Al McKibbonDrums – J.C. HeardFeaturing, Tenor Saxophone – Coleman Hawkins, Illinois Jacquet, Lester YoungPiano – Ken KerseyTrumpet – Buck ClaytonWritten By – Traditional
|4||–Jazz At The Philharmonic||How High the Moon|
Bass – Benny FonvilleDrums – Buddy RichFeaturing, Alto Saxophone – Willie Smith Featuring, Tenor Saxophone – Coleman Hawkins, Flip PhillipsFeaturing, Trombone – Trummy YoungFeaturing, Trumpet – Buck ClaytonPiano – Kenny KerseyWritten By – Morgan Lewis, Nancy Hamilton
|5||–Jazz At The Philharmonic||Oh, Lady Be Good|
Bass – Billy HadnottDrums – Lee Young Featuring, Alto Saxophone – Charlie Parker, Willie Smith Featuring, Piano – Arnold RossFeaturing, Tenor Saxophone – Lester YoungFeaturing, Trumpet – Al Killian, Howard McGheeWritten By – George And Ira Gershwin, b. Jacob And Ira Gershovitz
|6||Recorded July 2, 1944 At Philharmonic Auditorium, Hollywood|
|7||Recorded September 18, 1949 At Carnegie Hall, New York City|
|8||–Jazz At The Philharmonic||Flying Home|
Alto Saxophone – Charlie ParkerBass – Ray BrownDrums – Buddy RichFeaturing, Tenor Saxophone – Flip PhillipsFeaturing, Vocals – Ella FitzgeraldPiano – Hank JonesTenor Saxophone – Lester YoungTrombone – Tommy TurkTrumpet – Roy EldridgeWritten By – Benjamin David "Benny" Goodman, Lionel Hampton
|9||–Jazz At The Philharmonic||Bugle Call Rag|
Bass – Red CallenderDrums – Lee Young Featuring – Les Paul, Nat "King" ColeFeaturing, Tenor Saxophone – Illinois JacquetTenor Saxophone – Jack McVeaTrumpet – Shorty SherockWritten By – Billy Myers, Elmer Schoebel, Jack Pettis
|10||–Billie Holiday With The J.A.T.P. All-Stars||Billie's Blues (aka I Love My Man)|
Alto Saxophone – Georgie AuldBass – Al McKibbonDrums – J.C. HeardGuitar [Probably] – Tiny GrimesPiano – Kenny KerseyTenor Saxophone – Illinois Jacquet, Lester YoungTrumpet – Joe GuyVocals – Billie HolidayWritten By – Lowell Martin
|11||–Jazz At The Philharmonic||Perdido|
Bass – Ray BrownDrums – Jo JonesFeaturing, Tenor Saxophone – Flip PhillipsPiano – Hank JonesTenor Saxophone – Illinois JacquetTrombone – Bill HarrisTrumpet – Howard McGheeWritten By – Juan Tizol
|12||–Jazz At The Philharmonic||Idaho|
Featuring, Drums – Gene KrupaFeaturing, Piano – Teddy NapoleonFeaturing, Tenor Saxophone – Charlie VenturaWritten By – Jesse Stone
|13||Recorded September 27, 1947 At Carnegie Hall, New York City|
|14||–Jazz At The Philharmonic||Embraceable You|
Bass – Ray BrownDrums – Buddy RichFeaturing, Alto Saxophone – Charlie ParkerFeaturing, Trombone – Tommy TurkFeaturing, Trumpet – Roy EldridgePiano – Hank JonesTenor Saxophone – Flip Phillips, Lester YoungWritten By – George And Ira Gershwin
|15||Recorded June 3, 1946 At Carnegie Hall, New York City|
|16||Recorded January 28, 1946 At Philharmonic Auditorium, Hollywood|
|314 557 534-2||Jazz At The Philharmonic||Best Of The 1940s Concerts (CD, Comp)||Verve Records||314 557 534-2||US||1998|
Track 1: Original LP issue: Lester Young: Carnegie Blues.
Tracks 2 & 9: Original LP issue: Jazz at the Philharmonic All-Stars: How High The Moon.
Track 3: Original LP issue: Jazz at the Philharmonic: The Ella Fitzgerald Set.
Track 4: Original LP issue: Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 6.
Track 5: Original LP issue of this reconstructed version: Jazz At The Philharmonic - Carnegie Hall 1949; original 78-rpm issue in Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol. 13.
Track 6: Original LP issue: The Gene Krupa Trio At Jazz At The Philharmonic.
Track 7: Original 10" LP: Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol.10; original 78-rpm issue in Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic Volume Eight.
Track 8: Original 10" LP issue: Billie Holiday At Jazz At The Philharmonic.