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Thursday, 28 January 2010

Caroline Attard (vocals)

(Also known as: Carolyn Bown)
BANDS:
  • The Other Two [1964-1969]
  • Storyteller [1969-1971]
  • Elton John Band [Feb 72]

BIOGRAPHY:

Wonderful vocalist.


THE OTHER TWO


Caroline started her career in a duo called The Other Two:

THE OTHER TWO #1
1964-1969
Caroline Attard
vocals
Jemima Smith
vocals
Storytellerê

After a couple of singles, they went on tour with some great bands and soloists, during the 60s. In 1964, they were in the same bill as Chuck Berry and The Nashville Teens. The Nashville Teens backed them during the tour, although there were other bands that played with them during that time (Downliners Sect, for example).

After 5 years, they split in 1969.


STORYTELLER


Around 1969, Caroline Attard moved to a new band that was being formed, Storyteller:

STORYTELLER #1
1969-?
êThe Other Two
Caroline Attard
vocals
Terry Durham
vocals
Roger Moon
guitar, vocals
Mike Rogers
guitar, vocals

Andy Bown was friends with them, so he used to play bass with the band when he had some spare time (he was in The Herd by then).
Some time later, they get a permanent bassist:

STORYTELLER #2
?
Caroline Attard
vocals
Terry Durham
vocals
Roger Moon
guitar, vocals
Mike Rogers
guitar, vocals
Rod Clark
bass

Their first album, Storyteller was produced by Andy Bown and Peter Frampton. This album has been reissued on CD, with 6 bonus tracks (they're really taken from their 2nd album, More pages).
After the 1st album, Rod Clark leaves Storyteller, being substituted by Chris Belshaw:

STORYTELLER #3
?
Caroline Attard
vocals
Terry Durham
vocals
Roger Moon
guitar, vocals
Mike Rogers
guitar, vocals
Chris Belshaw
bass, vocals

Their 2nd album, More pages, was produced by Andy Bown alone. It contains the contribution of Henry Spinetti on drums who was to join the band, and Harry Beckett on trumpet and flugelhorn.
Now with Henry Spinetti, this is the new lineup in 1971:

STORYTELLER #4
1971
Caroline Attard
vocals
Terry Durham
vocals
Roger Moon
guitar, vocals
Chris Belshaw
bass, vocals
Henry Spinetti
drums
Elton John Bandê

But the band finally parted ways in that same year 1971.

Around that time, Caroline married to Andy Bown, and she became Carolyn Bown.


ELTON JOHN BAND


In February 1972, Elton John includes superb vocalists and a whole orchestra for his gigs:

ELTON JOHN BAND #?
Feb 72
êStoryteller
Elton John
vocals, keyboards
Davey Johnstone
guitar
Alan Parker
guitar
Dee Murray
bass
Nigel Olsson
drums
Caroline Attard
backing vocals
Lesley Duncan
backing vocals
Madeline Bell
backing vocals
+ The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Paul Buckmaster
conductor
(retired)ê


AND THEN...


After that, she still sang in some albums (the ones I've been able to trace are the ones by her husband), until she became a mother, when she retired from music.

But this story has a very sad end. In 1991, Andy Bown left Status Quo. At first, the reasons weren't made public, but sometime later, it was known that Andy left the band to take care of his wife, who was severely ill with cancer. This was Carolyn. Finally, Carolyn died on July 4th, 2001. Rest in peace.

DISCOGRAPHY: (8 albums known to me - Status: Completed)

ALBUMS AS A BAND MEMBER (5 credits)
  • I wanna be with you / Grumbling guitar (SINGLE) - The Other Two (1964)

  • Don´t you wanna love me / Hold back the light of dawn (SINGLE) - The Other Two (1965)

  • I´ll never let you go / Not at night (SINGLE) - The Other Two (1966)

  • Storyteller - Storyteller (1970)

    • Members: Chris Belshaw, Rod Clark, Terry Durham, Roger Moon, Mike Rogers, Henry Spinetti (RIP: Caroline Attard)
    • Guests: (RIP: Harry Beckett)
    • Producer: Andy Bown, Peter Frampton
    • Technical: Jerry Boys
    • Comments: CD reissue contains 6 bonus tracks, taken from their 2nd album, More pages. That´s why in the reissue we can find later members such as Chris Belshaw or Henry Spinetti.
  • More pages - Storyteller (1971)

ALBUMS WITH BANDMATES AND FRIENDS (2 credits)
  • Gone to my head - Andy Bown (1972)

  • Sweet William - Andy Bown (1973)

    • Members: Chris Belshaw, Andy Bown, Glen LeFleur, Nico Ramsden
    • Guests: B J Cole, Sue Glover, Skaila Kanga, David Katz, Sunny Leslie (RIP: Caroline Attard, Barry De Souza, Lesley Duncan, Jack Rothstein)
    • Producer: Jimmy Horowitz
    • Comments: Sweet William features Nico Ramsden (guitar), BJ Cole (pedal steel guitar), Chris Belshaw (bass), Jimmy Horowitz (celeste, arranger and producer), Barry De Souza (drums), Glen LeFleur (drums, percussion), Skaila Kanga (harp), and vocals by Lesley Duncan, Sunny Leslie, Sue Glover and Caroline Attard.
SESSIONS (1 credit)
  • Songfall - Phillip Goodhand-Tait (06/1972)

    • Members: Chas Cronk, Ernie Hayes
    • Guests: B J Cole, Ray Cooper, Davey Johnstone, Helen Liebmann, Donald McVay, Roger Pope, Peter Ross, Marian Segal, Barry St John, Liza Strike, Rick Wakeman (RIP: Caroline Attard, Barry De Souza)
    • Comments: Third album by Phillip Goodhand-Tait.

THANKS:

Very Special Thanks to:
  • Jemima Smith: for her message and info about The Other Two.

  • WHAT'S NEW:

    28/January/2010 - Page added to the blog.
    28/March/2002 - Original page written by me (in the old site).

    RELATED MUSICIANS:

    Caroline Attard mostly worked with these musicians: (name + number of credits)
    Chris Belshaw (4)
    Andy Bown (4)
    Jemima Smith (3)
    Harry Beckett (2)
    B J Cole (2)
    Barry De Souza (2)
    Lesley Duncan (2)
    Terry Durham (2)
    Peter Frampton (2)
    Jimmy Horowitz (2)

    Page created by Miguel Terol on: 28/January/2010 - Last modified on: 27/July/2010. If you want to contribute with info, please write to: molympus1@gmail.com

    Please, note than you can check the indexes (musicians, bands, obituaries) at the top of this page.

    Freddie Hubbard (trumpet)


    BANDS:
    BANDPERIODDETAILS
    Jazz Contemporaries   
    Jay Cameron Group [1958] 
    Philly Joe Jones Group [1958-1959] 
    Sonny Rollins Group [Apr 59-May 59]1 album
    Charlie Persip Group   
    Slide Hampton Group [1959-1960] 
    Jay Jay Johnson Group   
    Sonny Rollins Group (again) [1960] 
    Quincy Jones Orchestra [1960-1961]7 albums + 5 compilations
    Philly Joe Jones Group (again) [1961] 
    Art Blakey Group [1961-May 64]2 albums
    Freddie Hubbard Group  62 albums + 3 compilations
    Quincy Jones Orchestra (again) [1964-?] 
    Art Blakey Group (again) [1964-1965] 
    Max Roach Group [1965-1966] 
    Freddie Hubbard Group (again) [1966-1977] 
    VSOP [1977-?]3 albums
    Freddie Hubbard Group (again) [1978-1985] 
    Woody Shaw Group [1985] 
    Freddie Hubbard Group (again) [1985-1986] 
    McCoy Tyner Group [1986-?]1 album
    Art Blakey Group (again) [1988-?] 
    Elvin Jones Group [1988-?] 
    Freddie Hubbard Group (again) [1990-2008] 

    BIOGRAPHY:

    Frederick Dwayne Hubbard, but worlwide known as Freddie Hubbard, he was born in Indianapolis, Indiana on April 7th, 1938. His main instrument was the trumpet but he also played flugelhorn and piano. He was born in a musical family, and started working with the Montgomery brothers (Wes, Buddy and Monk), before forming his first own band, The Jazz Contemporaries.


    JAZZ CONTEMPORARIES


    The Jazz Contemporaries was Freddie Hubbard´s first band, formed by bassist Larry Ridley in the 50s. This was their original lineup:

    JAZZ CONTEMPORARIES #1
    ?
    Larry Ridley
    bass
    Walt Miller
    piano
    Freddie Hubbard
    trumpet
    James Spaulding
    sax
    Paul Parker
    drums

    After a while, Al Plank replaced Walt Miller in The Jazz Contemporaries:

    JAZZ CONTEMPORARIES #2
    ?
    Larry Ridley
    bass
    Al Plank
    piano
    Freddie Hubbard
    trumpet
    James Spaulding
    sax
    Paul Parker
    drums

    Other info on members of Jazz Contemporaries (I know up to 6 members)
    To be covered (2): Al Plank, James Spaulding


    JAY CAMERON GROUP


    In 1958, Freddie Hubbard played in New York with sax player Jay Cameron:

    JAY CAMERON GROUP #?
    1958
    Jay Cameron
    sax
    Freddie Hubbard
    trumpet
    + others unknown to me. Help!



    PHILLY JOE JONES GROUP


    During 1958 and 1959, Freddie Hubbard played with drummer Philly Joe Jones, who called him after watching him in some early gig:

    PHILLY JOE JONES GROUP #?
    1958-1959
    Freddie Hubbard
    trumpet
    Philly Joe Jones
    drums
    + others unknown to me. Help!


    SONNY ROLLINS GROUP


    In April 1959, Freddie Hubbard played with Sonny Rollins for 2 months:

    SONNY ROLLINS GROUP #?
    Apr 59-May 59
    Sonny Rollins
    sax
    Freddie Hubbard
    trumpet
    + others unknown to me. Help!


    CHARLIE PERSIP GROUP


    Freddie Hubbard was a brief member of drummer Charlie Persip group:

    CHARLIE PERSIP GROUP #?
    ?
    Freddie Hubbard
    trumpet
    Charlie Persip
    drums
    + others unknown to me. Help!



    SLIDE HAMPTON GROUP


    Freddie Hubbard was a member of Slide Hampton´s Octet during 1959-60, but I haven´t details about the complete lineup(s). Can someone help, please?

    SLIDE HAMPTON GROUP #?
    1959-1960
    Slide Hampton
    trombone
    Freddie Hubbard
    trumpet
    Booker Little
    trumpet
    Bernard McKinney
    euphonium
    + others unknown to me. Help!

    Other info on members of Slide Hampton Group (I know up to 5 members)
    Already covered (1): Buddy Montgomery
    To be covered (1): Slide Hampton


    J J JOHNSON GROUP


    Freddie Hubbard was a member of J J Johnson´s Sextet, but I don´t have more details. Info would be appreciated, please:

    J J JOHNSON GROUP #?
    ?
    J J Johnson
    trombone
    Freddie Hubbard
    trumpet
    + others unknown to me. Help!

    Other info on members of J J Johnson Group (I know up to 6 members)
    Already covered (1): Nat Adderley
    To be covered (4): Billy Childs, J J Johnson, Elvin Jones, Cedar Walton


    SONNY ROLLINS GROUP (again)


    In 1960, Freddie Hubbard came back to play with Sonny Rollins during 4 months:

    SONNY ROLLINS GROUP #?
    1960
    Sonny Rollins
    sax
    Freddie Hubbard
    trumpet
    + others unknown to me. Help!

    Other info on members of Sonny Rollins Group (I know up to 47 members)
    To be covered (31): ...


    QUINCY JONES ORCHESTRA


    Freddie Hubbard toured with Quincy Jones during 1960 and 1961, but I haven´t info about the different lineups (except for one):

    QUINCY JONES ORCHESTRA #?
    ?
    Quincy Jones
    arranger, leader
    Freddie Hubbard
    trumpet
    + many others unknown to me. Help!

    This was the Quincy Jones Big Band lineup in March 1961, as appearing in the live album The Great Wide World of Quincy Jones Live!:

    QUINCY JONES ORCHESTRA #?
    Quincy Jones
    arranger, leader
    Les Spann
    guitar
    Buddy Catlett
    bass
    Patti Bown
    keyboards
    Benny Bailey
    trumpet
    Freddie Hubbard
    trumpet
    Paul Cohen
    trumpet
    Rolf Ericson
    trumpet
    Phil Woods
    sax
    Eric Dixon
    sax
    Sahib Shihab
    sax
    Budd Johnson
    sax
    Joe Lopes
    sax
    Jimmy Cleveland
    trombone
    Curtis Fuller
    trombone, trumpet
    Melba Liston
    trombone
    Ake Persson
    trombone
    Julius Watkins
    french horn
    Stu Martin
    drums


    PHILLY JOE JONES GROUP (again)


    Freddie Hubbard rejoined Philly Joe Jones for a while in 1961:

    PHILLY JOE JONES GROUP #?
    1961
    Freddie Hubbard
    trumpet
    Philly Joe Jones
    drums
    + others unknown to me. Help!

    Other info on members of Philly Joe Jones Group (I know up to 3 members)
    To be covered (1): Philly Joe Jones


    ART BLAKEY & THE JAZZ MESSENGERS


    This was the personnel for Art Blakey Jazz Messengers in 1961:

    ART BLAKEY GROUP #?
    1961-1962
    Jymie Merritt
    bass
    Cedar Walton
    keyboards
    Freddie Hubbard
    trumpet
    Wayne Shorter
    sax
    Curtis Fuller
    trombone
    Art Blakey
    drums

    They recorded the albums Mosaic and Buhaina´s delight. There is also the album 3 blind mice volume 1 recorded live on March 1962.

    Soon after that live recording, Merritt left, being replaced by Reggie Workman.

    And this was the personnel for Art Blakey Jazz Messengers in mid 1962:

    ART BLAKEY GROUP #?
    1962-May 64
    Reggie Workman
    bass
    Cedar Walton
    keyboards
    Freddie Hubbard
    trumpet
    Wayne Shorter
    sax
    Curtis Fuller
    trombone
    Art Blakey
    drums

    They recorded some albums, such as Free for all.

    They stayed together until May 1964, when Hubbard left and Lee Morgan returned to replace him.


    FREDDIE HUBBARD GROUP


    After leaving Art Blakey, he started to form his own groups.


    QUINCY JONES ORCHESTRA (again)


    Around 1964, Freddie Hubbard rejoined Quincy Jones for several European tours, but I can´t find more info:

    QUINCY JONES ORCHESTRA #?
    1964
    Quincy Jones
    arranger, leader
    Freddie Hubbard
    trumpet
    + many others unknown to me. Help!

    Other info on members of Quincy Jones Orchestra (I know up to 54 members)
    To be covered (53): ...


    ART BLAKEY & THE JAZZ MESSENGERS


    Freddie joined Jazz Messengers again in 1964 for a Japanese tour.

    This is the personnel for Art Blakey And His New Jazzmen in 1965 when they played in France:

    ART BLAKEY GROUP #?
    1965
    Reggie Workman
    bass
    Jaki Byard
    piano
    Freddie Hubbard
    trumpet
    Nathan Davis
    sax
    Art Blakey
    drums

    Many years later, a DVD was released, Live in ´65 from a performance in France.


    MAX ROACH GROUP


    Freddie played with Max Roach during 1965 and 1966.

    This was the Max Roach Quintet around November 1966:

    MAX ROACH GROUP #?
    1966
    Jymie Merritt
    bass
    Ronnie Mathews
    piano
    Freddie Hubbard
    trumpet
    James Spaulding
    sax
    Max Roach
    drums


    FREDDIE HUBBARD GROUP


    This was the Freddie Hubbard group in the 1969 tour:

    FREDDIE HUBBARD GROUP #?
    1969
    Ron Carter
    bass
    Roland Hanna
    piano
    Freddie Hubbard
    trumpet
    Louis Hayes
    drums

    Forty years later, a live album has been released, Without a song - live in Europe 1969.

    These are the musicians backing Freddie Hubbard in Spring 1970:

    FREDDIE HUBBARD GROUP #?
    1970
    Wayne Dockery
    bass
    Cedar Walton
    piano
    Freddie Hubbard
    trumpet
    Junior Cook
    sax
    Louis Hayes
    drums

    These are the musicians backing Freddie Hubbard in September 1970:

    FREDDIE HUBBARD GROUP #?
    1970
    Juni Booth
    bass
    Kenny Barron
    piano
    Freddie Hubbard
    trumpet
    Junior Cook
    sax
    Louis Hayes
    drums

    This is the Freddie Hubbard Quintet in September 1972:

    FREDDIE HUBBARD GROUP #?
    1972
    Mickey Bass
    bass
    George Cables
    piano
    Freddie Hubbard
    trumpet
    Junior Cook
    sax
    Lenny White
    drums

    This was the band for Freddie Hubbard in 1974:

    FREDDIE HUBBARD GROUP #?
    1974
    Kent Brinkley
    bass
    George Cables
    piano
    Freddie Hubbard
    trumpet
    Junior Cook
    sax
    Ralph Penland
    drums

    This was the band for Freddie Hubbard in 1975:

    FREDDIE HUBBARD GROUP #?
    1975
    Freddie Hubbard
    trumpet
    Henry Franklin
    bass
    George Cables
    piano
    Carl Randall Jr
    sax, flute
    Buck Clarke
    percussion
    Carl Burnett
    drums

    This was the band for Freddie Hubbard in November 1975:

    FREDDIE HUBBARD GROUP #?
    1975
    Henry Franklin
    bass
    George Cables
    piano
    Freddie Hubbard
    trumpet
    Carl Randall Jr
    sax, flute
    Sa Davis
    percussion
    Carl Burnett
    drums


    VSOP


    Fabulous group formed around 1977. This was the Miles Davis Quintet in its second edition, but with Freddie Hubbard instead of Davis:
    VSOP #
    Herbie Hancock
    (piano)
    Ron Carter
    (bass)
    Freddie Hubbard
    (trumpet)
    Wayne Shorter
    (sax)
    Tony Williams
    (drums)

    They mainly played acoustic music, in spite of the ancedents of some of their members.
    Other info on members of VSOP (I know up to 7 members)
    To be covered (6): Ron Carter, Herbie Hancock, Branford Marsalis, Wynton Marsalis, Wayne Shorter, Tony Williams


    FREDDIE HUBBARD GROUP


    This was the band for Freddie Hubbard in July 1978:

    FREDDIE HUBBARD GROUP #?
    1978
    Freddie Hubbard
    trumpet
    Larry Klein
    bass
    Billy Childs
    piano
    Hadley Caliman
    sax, flute
    Carl Burnett
    drums

    This is Freddie Hubbard Quintet that played in the San Sebastian Jazz Festival (Spain) in 1980:

    FREDDIE HUBBARD GROUP #?
    1980
    Larry Klein
    bass
    Billy Childs
    keyboards
    Freddie Hubbard
    trumpet
    Dave Schnitter
    sax
    Sinclair Lott
    drums

    This is the lineup that played at San Sebastian Jazz Festival in Spain in 1983, with the name of Festival All Stars:

    FREDDIE HUBBARD GROUP #?
    1983
    Charlie Haden
    bass
    Joanne Brackeen
    piano
    Freddie Hubbard
    trumpet
    Lew Tabackin
    sax
    Ben Riley
    drums

    A slightly modified lineup played at the Montreux Jazz Festival in July 1983, again under the name of Festival All Stars, and with Billy Cobham as special guest on drums (instead of Ben Riley):

    FREDDIE HUBBARD GROUP #?
    1983
    Charlie Haden
    bass
    Joanne Brackeen
    piano
    Freddie Hubbard
    trumpet
    Lew Tabackin
    sax
    Billy Cobham
    drums

    This was the band for Freddie Hubbard in July 1984, with the great Joe Henderson:

    FREDDIE HUBBARD GROUP #?
    1984
    Buster Williams
    bass
    Michel Petrucciani
    piano
    Freddie Hubbard
    trumpet
    Joe Henderson
    sax
    Billy Hart
    drums


    WOODY SHAW GROUP


    Around 1985, Freddie Hubbard played with Woody Shaw:

    WOODY SHAW GROUP #?
    1985
    Woody Shaw
    trumpet
    Freddie Hubbard
    trumpet
    + others unknown to me. Help!

    Other info on members of Woody Shaw Group (I know up to 14 members)
    To be covered (9): Ray Drummond, Kenny Garrett, Stafford James, Carter Jefferson, Victor Lewis, Mulgrew Miller, Woody Shaw, Steve Turre, Larry Willis


    FREDDIE HUBBARD GROUP (again)


    This was the Freddie Hubbard Quintet in November 1985:

    FREDDIE HUBBARD GROUP #?
    1985
    Ira Coleman
    bass
    Donald Brown
    piano
    Freddie Hubbard
    trumpet
    Kenny Garrett
    sax, flute
    Carl Allen
    drums
    +
    Dizzy Gillespie
    trumpet, guest sometimes
    Woody Shaw
    trumpet, guest sometimes

    Some of their gigs were played with Dizzy Gillespie and Woody Shaw guesting on trumpet.


    McCOY TYNER GROUP


    This was the McCoy Tyner Group around July 1986:

    MCCOY TYNER GROUP #
    John Scofield
    guitar
    Avery Sharpe
    bass
    McCoy Tyner
    keyboards
    Freddie Hubbard
    trumpet
    Joe Henderson
    sax
    Louis Hayes
    drums

    Other info on members of McCoy Tyner Group (I know up to 40 members)
    To be covered (29): ...


    ART BLAKEY & THE JAZZ MESSENGERS


    In 1988, Freddie Hubbard came back to play with Art Blakey for a while in Holland:


    ART BLAKEY GROUP #?
    1988
    Art Blakey
    drums
    Freddie Hubbard
    trumpet
    + others unknown to me. Help!

    They released the live album Live at Montreux and Northsea.

    Other info on members of Art Blakey Group (I know up to 69 members)
    To be covered (68): ...


    ELVIN JONES JAZZ MACHINE


    This was the superb lineup for Elvin Jones Jazz Machine in 1988:

    ELVIN JONES GROUP #
    Reggie Workman
    bass
    McCoy Tyner
    piano
    Freddie Hubbard
    trumpet
    Sonny Fortune
    sax
    Elvin Jones
    drums

    Also in 1988, there was a change in the bass chair in Elvin Jones Jazz Machine:
    ELVIN JONES GROUP #
    Richard Davis
    bass
    McCoy Tyner
    piano
    Freddie Hubbard
    trumpet
    Sonny Fortune
    sax
    Elvin Jones
    drums

    Other info on members of Elvin Jones Group (I know up to 45 members)
    Already covered (1): Frank Foster
    To be covered (43): ...


    FREDDIE HUBBARD GROUP (again)


    In 1990, Freddie Hubbard is the leader of a combo of great jazzmen touring Japan:

    FREDDIE HUBBARD GROUP #?
    1990
    Salena Jones
    vocals
    Ron Carter
    bass
    Rufus Reid
    bass
    George Duke
    keyboards
    Benny Green
    keyboards
    Freddie Hubbard
    trumpet
    Sonny Fortune
    sax
    Elvin Jones
    drums

    This is the Freddie Hubbard Quintet that played in Spain in 1991:

    FREDDIE HUBBARD GROUP #?
    1991
    Jeff Chambers
    bass
    Benny Green
    piano
    Freddie Hubbard
    trumpet
    Donald Braden
    sax
    Louis Hayes
    drums

    This is the personnel for Freddie Hubbard & The New Jazz Composer Octet in 2002:

    FREDDIE HUBBARD GROUP #?
    2002
    Freddie Hubbard
    trumpet
    Dwayne Burno
    bass
    Xavier Davis
    piano
    David Weiss
    trumpet
    Jimmy Greene
    sax
    Myron Walden
    sax
    Chris Karlie
    sax
    Steve Davis
    trombone
    E J Strickland
    drums

    Other info on members of Freddie Hubbard Group (I know up to 61 members)
    To be covered (60): ...

    On November 26, 2008, he suffered a heart attack, and sadly died on December 29, 2008. He was 70.

    For jazz purists, his best period was the sixties, with wonderful albums. They don´t think his career in the 70s, especially on albums by the CTI label are good, but I don´t agree at all. I like most of them, maybe except when he tried to go disco in the late 70s. But his contribution to jazz is very important.

    DISCOGRAPHY: (164 albums known to me - Status: In progress)

    OWN ALBUMS (66 credits)
    • Open sesame - Freddie Hubbard (1960)

      • Members: (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
      • Guests: McCoy Tyner (RIP: Tina Brooks, Paul Chambers, Clifford Jarvis, Philly Joe Jones, Sam Jones, Hank Mobley)
      • Producer: Michael Cuscuna (RIP: Alfred Lion)
      • Technical: Rudy Van Gelder
      • Comments: Freddie Hubbard´s first album, recorded in June 1960, when he was only 22 years old. CD reissue from 2002 contains 2 alternate takes.
    • Goin´ up - Freddie Hubbard (1960)

      • Members: (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
      • Guests: McCoy Tyner (RIP: Paul Chambers, Philly Joe Jones, Hank Mobley)
      • Comments: Second album by Freddie Hubbard.
    • Ready for Freddie - Freddie Hubbard (1961)

      • Members: (RIP: Freddie Hubbard, Elvin Jones)
      • Guests: Art Davis, Wayne Shorter, McCoy Tyner
      • Producer: Michael Cuscuna (RIP: Alfred Lion)
      • Technical: Rudy Van Gelder
      • Comments: Freddie´s fourth album, a great one! CD reissue contains 2 alternate takes.
    • Hub cap - Freddie Hubbard (1961)

      • Members: Cedar Walton (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
      • Guests: Jimmy Heath, Julian Priester (RIP: Philly Joe Jones)
      • Comments: Freddie´s third album.
    • Hub-tones - Freddie Hubbard (1962)

      • Members: Herbie Hancock, James Spaulding (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
      • Guests: Reggie Workman (RIP: Clifford Jarvis)
      • Producer: Michael Cuscuna (RIP: Alfred Lion)
      • Technical: Rudy Van Gelder
      • Comments: CD reissue contains 3 alternate takes.
    • Caravan - Freddie Hubbard (1962)

      • Members: Louis Hayes (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
      • Guests: Art Davis, Curtis Fuller (RIP: Tommy Flanagan, John Gilmore)
    • The Body & the soul - Freddie Hubbard (1963)

      • Members: Louis Hayes, Cedar Walton (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
      • Guests: Curtis Fuller, Harry Lookofsky, Gene Orloff, Seldon Powell, Wayne Shorter, Clark Terry, Julius Watkins, Richard Williams, Reggie Workman (RIP: Eric Dolphy, Philly Joe Jones, Melba Liston, Jerome Richardson, Ernie Royal)
    • Breaking point - Freddie Hubbard (1964)

      • Members: James Spaulding (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
      • Guests: (RIP: Ronnie Mathews)
    • The Night of cookers 1 - Freddie Hubbard (1965)

      • Members: James Spaulding (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
      • Guests: Harold Mabern (RIP: Lee Morgan)
    • The Night of cookers 2 - Freddie Hubbard (1965)

      • Members: James Spaulding (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
      • Guests: Harold Mabern (RIP: Lee Morgan)
    • Backlash - Freddie Hubbard (1967)

      • Members: Ray Appleton, James Spaulding (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
      • Guests: (RIP: Ray Barretto, Albert Dailey)
      • Producer: (RIP: Arif Mardin)
      • Technical: Adrian Barber (RIP: Tom Dowd)
    • A Hub of Hubbard - Freddie Hubbard (1969)

      • Members: Louis Hayes (RIP: Roland Hanna, Freddie Hubbard)
      • Guests: Eddie Daniels, Richard Davis
    • The Black angel - Freddie Hubbard (1969)

      • Members: Kenny Barron, Louis Hayes, James Spaulding (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
      • Guests: Reggie Workman (RIP: Patato Valdes)
      • Technical: Jean Ristori
    • A Soul experiment - Freddie Hubbard (1969)

      • Members: Kenny Barron, Carlos Garnett (RIP: Eric Gale, Freddie Hubbard)
      • Guests: Jerry Jemmott, Bernard Purdie, Grady Tate
    • Red clay - Freddie Hubbard (19700)

      • Members: Ron Carter, Herbie Hancock, Lenny White (RIP: Joe Henderson, Freddie Hubbard)
      • Comments: CD reissue contains 2 bonus tracks.
    • Straight life - Freddie Hubbard (1970)

      • Members: Ron Carter, Jack DeJohnette, Herbie Hancock (RIP: Joe Henderson, Freddie Hubbard)
      • Guests: George Benson
    • Sing me a song - Freddie Hubbard (1971)

      • Members: Kenny Barron, Juni Booth, Junior Cook, Louis Hayes (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
      • Guests: (RIP: Arif Mardin)
    • First light - Freddie Hubbard (1971)

      • Members: Ron Carter, Jack DeJohnette (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
      • Guests: George Benson, Hubert Laws, Airto Moreira
      • Comments: CD reissue contains 2 bonus tracks.
    • Sky dive - Freddie Hubbard (1972)

      • Members: Ron Carter, Billy Cobham (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
      • Guests: George Benson, Garnett Brown, Keith Jarrett, Hubert Laws, Airto Moreira, Don Sebesky, Marvin Stamm (RIP: Ray Barretto)
    • In concert volume two - Herbie Hancock / Freddie Hubbard / Stanley Turrentine (1973)

      • Members: Ron Carter, Jack DeJohnette, Herbie Hancock (RIP: Eric Gale, Freddie Hubbard, Stanley Turrentine)
    • In concert volume one - Freddie Hubbard / Stanley Turrentine (1973)

      • Members: Ron Carter, Jack DeJohnette, Herbie Hancock (RIP: Eric Gale, Freddie Hubbard, Stanley Turrentine)
    • The Art of Freddie Hubbard - Freddie Hubbard (1973)

      • Members: Ray Appleton, Kenny Barron, Juni Booth, Junior Cook, Carlos Garnett, Louis Hayes, James Spaulding (RIP: Eric Gale, Freddie Hubbard)
      • Guests: Jerry Jemmott, Howard Johnson, Bennie Maupin, Grady Tate, Reggie Workman (RIP: Herbie Lewis, Freddie Waits)
    • Keep your soul together - Freddie Hubbard (1973)

      • Members: Kent Brinkley, George Cables, Ron Carter, Junior Cook, Ralph Penland (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
      • Guests: (RIP: Juno Lewis)
    • High energy - Freddie Hubbard (1974)

      • Members: Kent Brinkley, George Cables, Junior Cook, Ralph Penland (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
      • Guests: George Bohanon, Jules Chaikin, Pete Christlieb, King Errisson, Victor Feldman, Carmelo Garcia, Dick ´Slyde´ Hyde, Harvey Mason, Dean Parks, Joe Sample, Ian Underwood, Ernie Watts
    • Here to stay - Freddie Hubbard (1975)

      • Members: Cedar Walton (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
      • Guests: Wayne Shorter, Reggie Workman (RIP: Philly Joe Jones)
      • Comments: This album was recorded in 1962, but it wasn´t until 13 years later that it was finally released.
    • Liquid love - Freddie Hubbard (1975)

      • Members: Carl Burnett, George Cables, Henry Franklin, Carl Randall Jr (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
      • Guests: Al Hall, Ray Parker, Chuck Rainey, Ian Underwood (RIP: Johnny Guitar Watson)
    • Gleam - Freddie Hubbard (1975)

      • Members: Carl Burnett, George Cables, Buck Clarke, Henry Franklin, Carl Randall Jr (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
    • Polar AC - Freddie Hubbard (1975)

      • Members: George Cables, Ron Carter, Billy Cobham, Junior Cook, Jack DeJohnette, Lenny White (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
      • Guests: Wayne Andre, George Benson, Garnett Brown, Paul Faulise, Hubert Laws, George Marge, Airto Moreira, Romeo Penque, Marvin Stamm (RIP: Phil Bodner, Alan Rubin)
    • Windjammer - Freddie Hubbard (1976)

      • Members: George Cables (RIP: Eric Gale, Freddie Hubbard)
      • Guests: Steve Gadd, Gary King, Hubert Laws, David Spinozza (RIP: Michael Brecker)
      • Producer: Bob James
    • Bundle of joy - Freddie Hubbard (1977)

      • Members: (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
      • Guests: George Bohanon, Garnett Brown, Bobby Bryant, Paulinho Da Costa, Henry Davis, Bert De Coteaux, Venetta Fields, David Garfield, Jay Graydon, Bill Green, Ed Greene, Pat Henderson, Azar Lawrence, Nolan Smith, Julia Tillman Waters, Tommy Vig, David T Walker, Ernie Watts, Maxine Willard Waters, Bob Zimmitti (RIP: Dorothy Ashby, Carlos Vega, Snooky Young)
    • Super blue - Freddie Hubbard (1978)

      • Members: Kenny Barron, Ron Carter, Jack DeJohnette (RIP: Joe Henderson, Freddie Hubbard)
      • Guests: George Benson, Pat Henderson, Hubert Laws
    • The Love connection - Freddie Hubbard (1979)

      • Members: (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
      • Guests: Rubens Bassini, Oscar Brashear, Stanley Clarke, Chick Corea, Joe Farrell, Chuck Findley, Dick ´Slyde´ Hyde, Al Jarreau, Guy Lumia, Steve Madaio, Jumma Santos, Tom Scott, Chester Thompson, Ernie Watts (RIP: Buddy Collette, Chuck Domanico, Snooky Young)
      • Producer: Claus Ogerman
    • Skagly - Freddie Hubbard (1980)

      • Members: Carl Burnett, Billy Childs, George Duke, Larry Klein (RIP: Hadley Caliman, Freddie Hubbard)
      • Guests: Jeff ´Skunk´ Baxter, Paulinho Da Costa, Chuck Findley, Steve Madaio
    • Extended - Freddie Hubbard (1981)

      • Members: Junior Cook, Wayne Dockery, Louis Hayes, Cedar Walton (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
    • Splash - Freddie Hubbard (1981)

      • Members: Buck Clarke (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
      • Guests: James Gadson, Al Hall, Paul Jackson, Jim Keltner, Clarence McDonald, David Shields, Chester Thompson, David T Walker
    • Outpost - Freddie Hubbard (1982)

      • Members: Kenny Barron, Buster Williams (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
      • Guests: Al Foster
    • Keystone bop - Freddie Hubbard (1982)

      • Members: Billy Childs, Larry Klein (RIP: Joe Henderson, Freddie Hubbard)
      • Guests: Bobby Hutcherson
    • Ride like the wind - Freddie Hubbard (1982)

      • Members: (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
      • Guests: Vincent DeRosa, Dan Ferguson, Chuck Findley, Gary Grant, Abraham Laboriel, Bill Mays, Gene Orloff, Joe Porcaro, Bill Watrous (RIP: Tommy Johnson, Bill Perkins, Bud Shank)
    • Rollin´ - Freddie Hubbard (1982)

      • Members: Carl Burnett, Billy Childs, Larry Klein, Dave Schnitter (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
    • Mistral - Freddie Hubbard (1982)

    • Live, The Hague, 1980 - Freddie Hubbard (1982)

    • Born to be blue - Freddie Hubbard (1982)

    • The Alternate blues - Clark Terry / Freddie Hubbard / Dizzy Gillespie / Oscar Peterson (1982)

      • Members: Clark Terry (RIP: Bobby Durham, Dizzy Gillespie, Freddie Hubbard, Joe Pass, Oscar Peterson)
      • Guests: (RIP: Ray Brown)
      • Producer: (RIP: Norman Granz)
    • Echoes of an era - VVAA (1982)

      • Members: Stanley Clarke, Chick Corea, Chaka Khan, Lenny White (RIP: Joe Henderson, Freddie Hubbard)
    • The Artistry of Freddie Hubbard - Freddie Hubbard (1983)

      • Members: Louis Hayes (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
      • Guests: Art Davis, Curtis Fuller (RIP: Tommy Flanagan, John Gilmore)
      • Producer: Michael Cuscuna (RIP: Bob Thiele)
      • Technical: Rudy Van Gelder
    • Best of live and in studio - Freddie Hubbard (1983)

    • Sweet return - Freddie Hubbard (1983)

      • Members: Joanne Brackeen, Roy Haynes, Lew Tabackin (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
      • Guests: Eddie Gomez
      • Comments: A wonderful, acoustic session.
    • A Little night music - Freddie Hubbard (1983)

      • Members: Billy Childs, Larry Klein (RIP: Joe Henderson, Freddie Hubbard)
      • Guests: Bobby Hutcherson
    • Life flight - Freddie Hubbard (1987)

      • Members: Carl Allen, Rufus Reid (RIP: Freddie Hubbard, Stanley Turrentine)
      • Guests: George Benson, Ralph Moore, Idris Muhammad, Larry Willis
      • Producer: Michael Cuscuna
    • Blue spirits - Freddie Hubbard (1987)

      • Members: James Spaulding (RIP: Joe Henderson, Freddie Hubbard)
      • Guests: Bob Cranshaw, Harold Mabern, McCoy Tyner (RIP: Clifford Jarvis, Hank Mobley)
    • Eternal triangle - Freddie Hubbard (1988)

    • Minor mishap - Freddie Hubbard (1989)

    • Double take - Freddie Hubbard (1989)

    • Times are changin´ - Freddie Hubbard (1989)

    • Topsy - Freddie Hubbard (1992)

    • Quintet live at The Warsaw Jazz Festival - Freddie Hubbard (1993)

    • All blues - Freddie Hubbard (1995)

    • MMTC - Monk, Miles, Trane & Cannon - Freddie Hubbard (1995)

      • Members: Carl Allen, David Weiss (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
      • Guests: Robin Eubanks, Javon Jackson, Bob Mintzer, Gary Smulyan, Peter Washington
    • Without a song - live in Europe 1969 - Freddie Hubbard (06/2009)

      • Members: Ron Carter, Louis Hayes (RIP: Roland Hanna, Freddie Hubbard)
      • Comments: Live album recorded in 1969, but unreleased until 2009, following Freddie´s death.
    • Gettin´ it together - Curtis Fuller & Freddie Hubbard ( - )

    • Back to Birdland - Freddie Hubbard ( - )

    • Live at the North Sea Jazz Festival - Freddie Hubbard ( - )

    • Live at Fat Tuesday´s - Freddie Hubbard ( - )

    • Bolivia - Freddie Hubbard ( - )

    • Hot horn - Freddie Hubbard ( - )

      • Members: Junior Cook, Wayne Dockery, Louis Hayes, Cedar Walton (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
    • Lighthouse last concert - Freddie Hubbard ( - )

    OWN COMPILATIONS (4 credits)
    • The Baddest Hubbard - Freddie Hubbard (1974)

    • Best of Freddie Hubbard - Freddie Hubbard (1983)

      • Members: Billy Childs, Buck Clarke, Larry Klein, Sinclair Lott, Dave Schnitter (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
      • Guests: (RIP: Harold Land)
    • The Best of Freddie Hubbard - Freddie Hubbard (1992)

      • Members: Ron Carter, Billy Cobham, Herbie Hancock (RIP: Freddie Hubbard, Stanley Turrentine)
      • Guests: George Benson, Bob James, Keith Jarrett, Hubert Laws (RIP: Grover Washington Jr)
    • Freddie Hubbard - Freddie Hubbard ( - )

      • Members: (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
      • Comments: This 2LP compilation contains tracks from his first four albums for Blue Note as well as from Breakin´ point and Blue spirit.
    ALBUMS AS A BAND MEMBER (15 credits)
    • Fingerpickin´ - Wes Montgomery (1957)

      • Members: (RIP: Freddie Hubbard, Wes Montgomery)
      • Guests: (RIP: Buddy Montgomery, Monk Montgomery)
      • Producer: Michael Cuscuna
      • Comments: CD reissue contains 3 bonus tracks from an album by The Mastersounds (Wes brothers´ band) where Wes appeared.
    • The Quintessence - Quincy Jones And His Orchestra (1961)

      • Members: Buddy Catlett, Eric Dixon, Paul Faulise, Curtis Fuller, Quincy Jones, Stu Martin, Clyde Reasinger, Clark Terry, Julius Watkins, Phil Woods (RIP: Patti Bown, Freddie Hubbard, Melba Liston, Joe Newman, Jerome Richardson)
      • Guests: Gloria Agostini, Ray Alonge, James Buffington, Oliver Nelson, Frank Wess (RIP: Billy Byers, Milt Hinton, Osie Johnson, Thad Jones, Harvey Phillips, Ernie Royal, Bobby Scott, Snooky Young)
      • Producer: Michael Cuscuna (RIP: Bob Thiele)
    • The Great wide world of Quincy Jones live! - Quincy Jones (1961)

      • Members: Buddy Catlett, Paul Cohen, Eric Dixon, Rolf Ericson, Curtis Fuller, Quincy Jones, Joe Lopes, Stu Martin, Les Spann, Julius Watkins, Phil Woods (RIP: Benny Bailey, Patti Bown, Jimmy Cleveland, Freddie Hubbard, Budd Johnson, Melba Liston, Ake Persson, Sahib Shihab)
    • The Pawnbroker - Quincy Jones (05/1964)

      • Members: Quincy Jones (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
      • Guests: (RIP: J J Johnson, Sarah Vaughan)
    • East Broadway run down - Sonny Rollins (1966)

      • Members: Sonny Rollins (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
      • Guests: Jimmy Garrison (RIP: Elvin Jones)
      • Technical: Rudy Van Gelder
    • Gula matari - Quincy Jones (1970)

      • Members: Quincy Jones, Toots Thielemans (RIP: Freddie Hubbard, Jerome Richardson)
      • Guests: Wayne Andre, Danny Bank, Ron Carter, Richard Davis, Don Elliot, Herbie Hancock, Hilda Harris, Bob James, Jimmy Johnson, Hubert Laws, Barbara Massey, Kermit Moore, Valerie Simpson, Warren Smith, Marvin Stamm, Tony Studd, Grady Tate (RIP: Pepper Adams, Ray Brown, Eric Gale, Al Grey, Milt Jackson, Benny Powell, Ernie Royal, Bobby Scott, Alan Shulman)
    • Smackwater Jack - Quincy Jones (1971)

      • Members: Pete Christlieb, Quincy Jones, Toots Thielemans (RIP: Freddie Hubbard, Joe Newman, Jerome Richardson)
      • Guests: Arthur Adams, Monty Alexander, Wayne Andre, Joshie Armstead, Garnett Brown, George Devens, Jim Hall, Bob James, Carol Kaye, Hubert Laws, Harry Lookofsky, Barbara Massey, Chuck Rainey, Alan Raph, Joe Sample, Valerie Simpson, Marvin Stamm, Tony Studd, Grady Tate, Steve White (RIP: Paul Beaver, Joe Beck, Ray Brown, Larry Bunker, Jaki Byard, Buddy Childers, Eric Gale, Milt Jackson, Marty Paich, Freddy Robinson, Ernie Royal, Bobby Scott, Jimmy Smith, Snooky Young)
      • Producer: Phil Ramone
      • Technical: Tommy Vicari
    • Walking in space - Quincy Jones (1974)

      • Members: Quincy Jones, Toots Thielemans (RIP: Jimmy Cleveland, Freddie Hubbard, Jerome Richardson)
      • Guests: John Frosk, Hilda Harris, Bob James, Joel Kaye, Hubert Laws, Bernard Purdie, Chuck Rainey, Alan Raph, Valerie Simpson, Marvin Stamm, Maeretha Stewart, Tony Studd, Grady Tate (RIP: Ray Brown, Eric Gale, Paul Griffin, J J Johnson, Roland Kirk, Kai Winding, Snooky Young)
      • Producer: Creed Taylor
    • We had a ball - Quincy Jones (1976)

      • Members: Quincy Jones, Julius Watkins, Phil Woods (RIP: Jimmy Cleveland, Freddie Hubbard, Porter Kilbert, Joe Newman, Jerome Richardson)
      • Guests: (RIP: Art Blakey, Eddie ´Lockjaw´ Davis, Frank Foster, Dizzy Gillespie, Milt Jackson, Lee Morgan, Bobby Scott, Zoot Sims)
    • Four times four - McCoy Tyner (1976)

      • Members: Gary Bartz, McCoy Tyner (RIP: Charles Fambrough, Freddie Hubbard)
      • Guests: John Abercrombie, Arthur Blythe, Al Foster, Bobby Hutcherson, Cecil McBee
      • Technical: Jim Stern, Rudy Van Gelder
    • The Quintet - VSOP (1977)

      • Members: Ron Carter, Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter (RIP: Freddie Hubbard, Tony Williams)
      • Producer: David Rubinson
    • Live under the sky - VSOP (1979)

      • Members: Ron Carter, Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter (RIP: Freddie Hubbard, Tony Williams)
      • Comments: CD reissue contains 1 bonus disk.
    • Five stars - VSOP (1979)

      • Members: Ron Carter, Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter (RIP: Freddie Hubbard, Tony Williams)
    • 3 blind mice volume 1 - Art Blakey Jazz Messengers (1990)

      • Members: Curtis Fuller, Jymie Merritt, Wayne Shorter, Cedar Walton (RIP: Art Blakey, Freddie Hubbard)
      • Producer: Michael Cuscuna, Alan Douglas
      • Comments: CD reissue contains 2 bonus tracks.
    • Live in ´65 - Art Blakey ( - )

      • Members: Nathan Davis, Reggie Workman (RIP: Art Blakey, Jaki Byard, Freddie Hubbard)
      • Comments: DVD recorded live in France in 1965.
    COMPILATIONS AS A BAND MEMBER (6 credits)
    • Beginnings - Wes Montgomery (1975)

    • I heard that! - Quincy Jones (1976)

      • Members: Pete Christlieb, Louis Johnson, Quincy Jones, Toots Thielemans, Phil Woods (RIP: Jimmy Cleveland, Freddie Hubbard, Joe Newman, Frank Rosolino, Sahib Shihab)
      • Guests: Wayne Andre, Tom Bahler, Michael Boddicker, Garnett Brown, Bobby Bryant, Tom Bryant, Ron Carter, Malcolm Cecil, Stanley Clarke, Billy Cobham, Richard Davis, George Devens, George Duke, Don Elliot, Chuck Findley, James Gadson, Jim Gilstrap, Dave Grusin, Bobbye Hall, Herbie Hancock, Hilda Harris, Paul Humphrey, Bob James, Al Jarreau, Mortonette Jenkins, Alphonso Johnson, Carol Kaye, Joel Kaye, Hubert Laws, Ralph MacDonald, Harvey Mason, Barbara Massey, Myrna Matthews, Chuck Rainey, Alan Raph, Valerie Simpson, Warren Smith, Marvin Stamm, Maeretha Stewart, Tony Studd, Grady Tate, David T Walker, Wah Wah Watson, Carolyn Willis, Bill Withers, Stevie Wonder (RIP: Pepper Adams, Cat Anderson, Paul Beaver, Eddie ´Bongo´ Brown, Ray Brown, Buddy Childers, Eric Gale, Al Grey, Paul Griffin, Milt Jackson, James Jamerson, J J Johnson, Billy Preston, Ernie Royal, Bobby Scott, Clifford Solomon, Richard Tee, Kai Winding, Snooky Young)
      • Producer: Phil Ramone, Creed Taylor
      • Comments: Half the album contains yet released tracks
    • Pure delight - the essence of Quincy Jones and his Orchestra (1953-1964) - Quincy Jones (10/1995)

      • Members: John Bello, Buddy Catlett, Paul Cohen, Art Davis, Eric Dixon, Rolf Ericson, Paul Faulise, Curtis Fuller, Joe Harris, Quincy Jones, Joe Lopes, Stu Martin, Pat Patrick, Les Spann, Clark Terry, Julius Watkins, Phil Woods (RIP: Benny Bailey, Patti Bown, Jimmy Cleveland, Freddie Hubbard, Quentin Jackson, Budd Johnson, Porter Kilbert, Melba Liston, Jimmy Maxwell, Joe Newman, Jimmy Nottingham, Ake Persson, Jerome Richardson, Sahib Shihab, Floyd Standifer, Britt Woodman)
      • Guests: Ray Alonge, James Buffington, Kenny Burrell, Gary Burton, Rudy Collins, Bob Cranshaw, Alan Dawson, George Devens, Jerry Dodgion, George Duvivier, Don Elliot, Benny Golson, Urbie Green, Jim Hall, Oliver Nelson, Romeo Penque, Seldon Powell, Frank Rehak, Margaret Ross, Willie Ruff, Lalo Schifrin, Tony Studd, Frank Wess, Chris White, Joe Wilder, Sam Woodyard (RIP: Pepper Adams, Nat Adderley, Art Blakey, Ralph Burns, Billy Byers, Al Cohn, Arne Domnerus, Art Farmer, Dizzy Gillespie, Milt Hinton, Milt Jackson, J J Johnson, Osie Johnson, Elvin Jones, Roland Kirk, Steve Lacy, Don Lamond, James Moody, Lee Morgan, Harvey Phillips, Nat Pierce, Tito Puente, Ernie Royal, Bobby Scott, Zoot Sims, Lucky Thompson, Nick Travis, Ernie Wilkins, Kai Winding, Snooky Young)
    • Jazz ´round midnight - Quincy Jones (1997)

      • Members: Quincy Jones, Les Spann, Clark Terry, Toots Thielemans, Julius Watkins, Phil Woods (RIP: Freddie Hubbard, Budd Johnson, Jerome Richardson)
      • Guests: Kenny Burrell, Gary Burton, Jim Hall, Romeo Penque, Seldon Powell, Lalo Schifrin, Grady Tate, Bill Watrous (RIP: Eddie ´Lockjaw´ Davis, Billy Eckstine, Harry ´Sweets´ Edison, Art Farmer, Milt Hinton, Roland Kirk, James Moody, Lee Morgan, Tito Puente, Bobby Scott, Zoot Sims, Kai Winding, Snooky Young)
      • Producer: (RIP: Jack Tracy)
    • Talkin´ Verve - Quincy Jones (03/2001)

      • Members: John Bello, Paul Faulise, Quincy Jones, Clark Terry, Julius Watkins, Phil Woods (RIP: Patti Bown, Jimmy Cleveland, Freddie Hubbard, Budd Johnson, Jimmy Maxwell, Joe Newman, Jerome Richardson, Sahib Shihab)
      • Guests: Bobby Bryant, James Buffington, Kenny Burrell, Gary Coleman, Rudy Collins, Bob Cranshaw, John Frosk, Urbie Green, Jim Hall, Plas Johnson, Carol Kaye, Romeo Penque, Seldon Powell, Michael Rubini, Lalo Schifrin, Ken Shroyer, Grady Tate, Bill Watrous, Chris White, Sam Woodyard (RIP: Ray Barretto, Billy Byers, Ray Charles, Eddie ´Lockjaw´ Davis, Harry ´Sweets´ Edison, Bob Florence, Frank Foster, Paul Gonsalves, Al Grey, Rene Hall, Milt Hinton, Osie Johnson, Elvin Jones, Roland Kirk, Cecil Payne, Ernie Royal, Bobby Scott, Zoot Sims, Snooky Young)
    • Q: the musical biography of Quincy Jones - Quincy Jones (10/2001)

      • Members: Patti Austin, John Bello, Buddy Catlett, Vivian Cherry, Pete Christlieb, Art Davis, Eric Dixon, Paul Faulise, Curtis Fuller, Jerry Hey, James Ingram, Leonard Johnson, Louis Johnson, Quincy Jones, Joe Lopes, Stu Martin, Greg Phillinganes, John Robinson, Les Spann, Rod Temperton, Clark Terry, Toots Thielemans, Julius Watkins, Phil Woods (RIP: Benny Bailey, Patti Bown, Jimmy Cleveland, Freddie Hubbard, Quentin Jackson, Budd Johnson, Porter Kilbert, Melba Liston, Jimmy Maxwell, Joe Newman, Jimmy Nottingham, Ake Persson, Jerome Richardson, Frank Rosolino, Sahib Shihab, Floyd Standifer, Britt Woodman)
      • Guests: Albert Aarons, Arthur Adams, Gloria Agostini, Gerald Albright, Monty Alexander, Ray Alonge, Wayne Andre, John Audino, Tom Bahler, Mickey Baker, Danny Bank, Dave Bargeron, John Barnes, Max Bennett, George Benson, Jerry Bergonzi, Harry Bluestone, Michael Boddicker, George Bohanon, Oscar Brashear, Clifford Brown, Delmar Brown, Garnett Brown, Bobby Bruce, Bobby Bryant, Robbie Buchanan, Lindsey Buckingham, Dennis Budimir, James Buffington, Henderson Chambers, Bill Champlin, Leon Ndugu Chancler, Gene Cipriano, John Clark, Rudy Collins, Chuck Connors, Buster Cooper, Bob Cranshaw, Andrae Crouch, Sandra Crouch, John D´Earth, Paulinho Da Costa, Richard Davis, Vincent DeRosa, George Devens, George Doering, David Duke, George Duke, Bob Dylan, Nathan East, Jesse Ehrlich, Don Elliot, Sheila E Escovedo, Gene Estes, Anita Evans, Miles Evans, Jon Faddis, Voncielle Faggett, Victor Feldman, Chuck Findley, Alex Foster, David Foster, Charlie Fowlkes, Simon Franglen, Aretha Franklin, Steve Gadd, James Gadson, Alexander Gafa, Kenny Garrett, Siedah Garrett, Grant Geissman, James Getzoff, Astrud Gilberto, Jim Gilstrap, Sal Giorgianni, Bernie Glow, Gene Goe, Gil Goldstein, Gary Grant, Diva Gray, Freddie Green, Urbie Green, William Green, Lani Groves, George Gruntz, Dave Grusin, Bobbye Hall, Daryl Hall, Jim Hall, Herbie Hancock, Hilda Harris, Ernie Hayes, Roy Haynes, Marlo Henderson, Conrad Herwig, Bill Hughes, Paul Humphrey, Kim Hutchcroft, Anthony Jackson, Paul Jackson, Tito Jackson, Al Jarreau, Mortonette Jenkins, Billy Joel, Howard Johnson, Virgil Jones, Carol Kaye, Joel Kaye, Roger Kellaway, Randy Kerber, Chaka Khan, Steve Khan, B B King, Abraham Laboriel, Cyndi Lauper, Hubert Laws, Lou Levy, Huey Lewis, Kenny Loggins, Harry Lookofsky, Charles Loper, Herb Lovell, Steve Lukather, Edgar Lustgarten, Ralph MacDonald, Arthur Maebe, Tony Maiden, Bob Malach, Tom Malone, Johnny Mandel, Sam Marowitz, Harvey Mason, Greg Mathieson, Myrna Matthews, Lincoln Mayorga, Howard McCrary, Ullanda McCullough, Michael McDonald, Earl McIntyre, Hal McKusick, Paulette McWilliams, Mike Melvoin, Bette Midler, Tommy Morgan, Sidney Muldrow, Dick Nash, Oliver Nelson, Willie Nelson, John Oates, Michael Omartian, Richard Page, David Paich, Chris Parker, Leon Pendarvis, Bobby Plater, Steve Porcaro, Al Porcino, Seldon Powell, Bernard Purdie, Chuck Rainey, Alan Raph, Bill Reichenbach, Emil Richards, Mike Richmond, Wallace Roney, Roger Rosenberg, Diana Ross, Brenda Russell, Joe Sample, Zachary Sanders, Sheldon Sanov, Lalo Schifrin, Larry Schneider, Manfred Schoof, Don Sebesky, Doc Severinsen, Ken Shroyer, Paul Shure, Alfie Silas, Paul Simon, Valerie Simpson, Lew Soloff, Maurice Spears, David Spinozza, Bruce Springsteen, Stephanie Spruill, Marvin Stamm, Maeretha Stewart, Neil Stubenhaus, Tony Studd, Bill Summers, Grady Tate, David Tofani, Ray Triscari, Tina Turner, Ian Underwood, Ack Van Rooyen, Tom Varner, Harold Vick, Gerald Vinci, David T Walker, Jack Walrath, Oren Waters, Bill Watrous, Bobby Watson, Wah Wah Watson, Ernie Watts, Chauncey Welsch, Frank Wess, Chris White, Joe Wilder, Larry Williams, Carolyn Willis, Stevie Wonder, Sam Woodyard, George Young (RIP: George Adams, Cannonball Adderley, Nat Adderley, Cat Anderson, Louis Armstrong, Nickolas Ashford, Danny Barcelona, Everett Barksdale, Count Basie, Paul Beaver, Louie Bellson, Gil Bernal, Johnny Board, Michael Brecker, Lawrence Brown, Ray Brown, Milt Buckner, Larry Bunker, Roy Burrowes, Jaki Byard, Billy Byers, Harry Carney, Benny Carter, Paul Chambers, Ray Charles, Buddy Childers, Kenny Clarke, Reverend James Cleveland, Sonny Cohn, Henry Coker, Buddy Collette, John Collins, Joe Darensbourg, Wallace Davenport, Miles Davis, Cornell Dupree, Billy Eckstine, Harry ´Sweets´ Edison, Roy Eldridge, Duke Ellington, Gil Evans, Art Farmer, Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Foster, Barry Galbraith, Eric Gale, Paul Gonsalves, Al Grey, Paul Griffin, Gwen Guthrie, Jimmy Hamilton, Lionel Hampton, Donny Hathaway, Haywood Henry, Milt Hinton, Johnny Hodges, Shirley Horn, Michael Jackson, Milt Jackson, Eddie Jefferson, Waylon Jennings, J J Johnson, Keg Johnson, Osie Johnson, Jimmy Jones, Thad Jones, Armand Kaproff, Nathan Kaproff, Barney Kessel, Roland Kirk, Gene Krupa, Billy Kyle, Shelly Manne, Big Maybelle, Lew McCreary, Dave McKenna, Carmen McRae, Pierre Michelot, Grover Mitchell, James Moody, Gerry Mulligan, Ray Nance, Jack Nimitz, Anita O´Day, Cecil Payne, Sonny Payne, Bill Perkins, Oscar Pettiford, Flip Phillips, Harvey Phillips, Benny Powell, Chano Pozo, Billy Preston, Vincent Price, Russell Procope, Don Rader, Howard Roberts, Ernie Royal, Marshall Royal, Dave Schildkraut, Bobby Scott, Bud Shank, Charlie Shavers, Arvell Shaw, Eddie Shu, Frank Sinatra, Felix Slatkin, Marshall Sosson, Tommy Tedesco, Richard Tee, Sonny Terry, Lucky Thompson, Nick Travis, Luther Vandross, Sarah Vaughan, Earle Warren, Dinah Washington, Barry White, Cootie Williams, Kai Winding, Snooky Young, Joe Zawinul)
      • Producer: Creed Taylor (RIP: Norman Granz, Bob Shad, Bob Thiele, Bob Weinstock)
      • Technical: Humberto Gatica, Bernie Grundman, Phil Ramone, Rudy Van Gelder (RIP: Tom Dowd)
    ALBUMS WITH BANDMATES AND FRIENDS (4 credits)
    • Empyrean isles - Herbie Hancock (1964)

      • Members: Ron Carter, Herbie Hancock (RIP: Tony Williams)
      • Guests: (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
    • Speak No Evil - Wayne Shorter (1965)

      • Members: Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter
      • Guests: Ron Carter (RIP: Freddie Hubbard, Elvin Jones)
    • Blow-up OST - Herbie Hancock (1966)

      • Members: Ron Carter, Jack DeJohnette, Herbie Hancock (RIP: Joe Henderson)
      • Guests: Jim Hall, Don Rendell, Phil Woods (RIP: Gordon Beck, Ian Carr, Paul Griffin, Freddie Hubbard, Joe Newman)
    • Maiden voyage - Herbie Hancock (1966)

      • Members: Ron Carter, Herbie Hancock (RIP: Tony Williams)
      • Guests: George Coleman (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
    COMPILATIONS WITH BANDMATES AND FRIENDS (3 credits)
    • The Best of - Herbie Hancock (1974)

      • Members: Ron Carter, Herbie Hancock (RIP: Tony Williams)
      • Guests: George Coleman, Jerry Dodgion, Mickey Roker (RIP: Dexter Gordon, Billy Higgins, Freddie Hubbard, Thad Jones)
    • Best of Wayne Shorter - Wayne Shorter (1988)

      • Members: Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter (RIP: Tony Williams)
      • Guests: Ron Carter, Curtis Fuller, James Spaulding, Reggie Workman (RIP: Freddie Hubbard, Elvin Jones)
    • Herbie Hancock box - Herbie Hancock (10/2002)

      • Members: Garnett Brown, Ron Carter, Mike Clarke, Patrick Gleason, Herbie Hancock, Billy Hart, Eddie Henderson, Paul Jackson, James Levi, Wynton Marsalis, Bennie Maupin, Kenneth Nash, Julian Priester, Wayne Shorter, Bill Summers, Wah Wah Watson, Buster Williams (RIP: Jaco Pastorius, Tony Williams)
      • Guests: Willie Alexander, Jeff Bova, Bud Brisbois, Chick Corea, Jay DaVersa, Hamid Drake, Sheila E Escovedo, Bernard Fowler, Jim Horn, Harvey Mason, Alphonse Mouzon, Ray Parker, Jerry Peters, Daniel Ponce, Raul Rekow, Lee Ritenour, Nicky Skopelitis, Julia Tillman Waters, Freddie Washington, Luther Waters, Oren Waters, Ernie Watts, Maxine Willard Waters (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
      • Producer: Bill Laswell, David Rubinson
      • Comments: 4CD boxset with a few unreleased tracks.
    COLLECTIVE ALBUMS (7 credits)
    • Real hot jazz - VVAA ( - )

      • Guests: Alan Broadbent, George Cables, Pete Christlieb, Chick Corea, John Dentz, Chuck Findley, Don Menza, Bill Reichenbach, Jack Sheldon, Bobby Shew, Ernie Watts (RIP: Joel DiBartolo, Freddie Hubbard, Tommy Newsom, Jack Nimitz, Don Rader, Joe Romano, Andy Simpkins)
      • Comments: Album comprising tracks by Freddie Hubbard And Friends (3 tracks), Don Menza´s 80s Big Band (3 tracks), Jack Sheldon´s Late Show All-Stars (3 tracks) and John Dentz Reunion Band (2 tracks).
    • California concert - The Hollywood Palladium - VVAA (1971)

      • Guests: George Benson, Ron Carter, Billy Cobham, Hubert Laws, Airto Moreira (RIP: Hank Crawford, Freddie Hubbard, Stanley Turrentine)
      • Comments: The CD reissue lacks 1 track.
    • CTI summer jazz at The Hollywood Bowl - VVAA (1972)

      • Guests: George Benson, Ron Carter, Jack DeJohnette, Eumir Deodato, Joe Farrell, Bob James, Hubert Laws, Airto Moreira (RIP: Hank Crawford, Freddie Hubbard, Milt Jackson, Esther Phillips, Stanley Turrentine, Grover Washington Jr)
    • In performance at The Playboy Jazz Festival - VVAA (1982)

      • Guests: Ron Carter, Benny Golson, Wayne Shorter, McCoy Tyner (RIP: Art Farmer, Dexter Gordon, Freddie Hubbard, Elvin Jones, Woody Shaw, Grover Washington Jr, Joe Zawinul)
    • The Griffith Park Collection - VVAA (1982)

      • Guests: Stanley Clarke, Chick Corea, Lenny White (RIP: Joe Henderson, Freddie Hubbard)
    • The Griffith Park Collection 2 in concert - VVAA ( - )

      • Guests: Stanley Clarke, Chick Corea, Lenny White (RIP: Joe Henderson, Freddie Hubbard)
    • AllStar Jazz Session - VVAA ( - )

      • Guests: Bob Brookmeyer (RIP: Art Blakey, Ray Brown, Stan Getz, Roland Hanna, Freddie Hubbard, Milt Jackson, Gerry Mulligan)
      • Comments: Album recorded live at the Aurex Jazz Festival in 1981.
    SESSIONS (48 credits)
    • Take a number from 1 to 10 - Benny Golson (1961)

      • Members: Benny Golson (RIP: Art Farmer)
      • Guests: Curtis Fuller, Bernie Glow, Tootie Heath, Hal McKusick, Willie Ruff, Cedar Walton (RIP: Freddie Hubbard, Sahib Shihab, Nick Travis)
      • Producer: (RIP: Jack Tracy)
    • Essence - John Lewis (1964)

      • Members: (RIP: John Lewis)
      • Guests: Benny Golson, Jim Hall, Phil Woods (RIP: Eric Dolphy, Jimmy Giuffre, Freddie Hubbard, Gary McFarland)
    • Music for 4 soloists and band - Friedrich Gulda (1965)

      • Members: (RIP: Friedrich Gulda)
      • Guests: Ron Carter, Herb Geller, Erich Kleinschuster, Alfie Reece, Stan Roderick, Kenny Wheeler (RIP: Freddie Hubbard, J J Johnson, Mel Lewis, Sahib Shihab)
    • Ascension - John Coltrane (1966)

      • Members: Art Davis, Jimmy Garrison, Pharoah Sanders, McCoy Tyner (RIP: John Coltrane, Elvin Jones)
      • Guests: John Tchicai (RIP: Marion Brown, Freddie Hubbard)
      • Producer: (RIP: Bob Thiele)
    • It´s a man´s world - Sarah Vaughan (1967)

      • Members: (RIP: Joe Newman, Sarah Vaughan)
      • Guests: Benny Golson, Bob James, Clark Terry, Phil Woods (RIP: Freddie Hubbard, J J Johnson, Charlie Shavers, Kai Winding)
    • Muses for Richard Davis - Richard Davis (1969)

      • Members: Richard Davis
      • Guests: Eddie Daniels, Jerry Dodgion, Louis Hayes (RIP: Pepper Adams, Roland Hanna, Freddie Hubbard, Jimmy Knepper)
      • Producer: (RIP: Joachim-Ernst Berendt)
    • Sugar - Stanley Turrentine (1970)

      • Members: (RIP: Stanley Turrentine)
      • Guests: George Benson, Ron Carter, Billy Cobham, Hubert Laws, Airto Moreira (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
      • Comments: CD reissue contains 1 live bonus track.
    • God bless the child - Kenny Burrell (1971)

      • Members: Kenny Burrell
      • Guests: Ron Carter, Billy Cobham, Hubert Laws, Airto Moreira, Don Sebesky (RIP: Ray Barretto, Freddie Hubbard)
    • Sunflower - Milt Jackson (1972)

      • Members: Ron Carter (RIP: Milt Jackson)
      • Guests: Jay Berliner, Billy Cobham, Herbie Hancock (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
    • Blue Moses - Randy Weston (1972)

      • Guests: Garnett Brown, Ron Carter, Billy Cobham, Hubert Laws, Airto Moreira, Don Sebesky, Marvin Stamm (RIP: Freddie Hubbard, Grover Washington Jr)
    • Giant box - Don Sebesky (1973)

      • Members: Don Sebesky
      • Guests: Rubens Bassini, George Benson, Randy Brecker, Garnett Brown, Ron Carter, Billy Cobham, Jack DeJohnette, Joe Farrell, David Friedman, Lani Groves, Bob James, Hubert Laws, Ralph MacDonald, Airto Moreira, Margaret Ross (RIP: Paul Desmond, Freddie Hubbard, Milt Jackson, Roy Kral, Tasha Thomas, Grover Washington Jr)
    • Have you ever seen the rain - Stanley Turrentine (1975)

      • Members: (RIP: Stanley Turrentine)
      • Guests: Ron Carter, Jack DeJohnette, Patrice Rushen, David T Walker (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
      • Producer: (RIP: Gene Page)
    • The Other side of Abbey Road - George Benson (1976)

      • Members: George Benson
      • Guests: Wayne Andre, Ron Carter, Mel Davis, Bernie Glow, Herbie Hancock, Ernie Hayes, Bob James, Jerry Jemmott, Hubert Laws, Idris Muhammad, Marvin Stamm (RIP: Ray Barretto, Phil Bodner, Freddie Hubbard, Jerome Richardson, Emanuel Vardi)
    • Birds of passage - Sadao Watanabe (1977)

      • Members: Alex Acuna, Vinnie Colaiuta, Russell Ferrante, Jimmy Haslip, Paul Jackson, Abraham Laboriel, Sadao Watanabe
      • Guests: Alexandra Brown, Carl Carwell, Paulinho Da Costa, Lynn Davis, Dann Huff, Hubert Laws, Petsye Powell, John Robinson, Kazumi Watanabe (RIP: Freddie Hubbard, Carlos Vega)
      • Producer: George Duke
      • Technical: David Hentschel, Erik Zobler
    • 52nd Street - Billy Joel (1978)

      • Members: David Brown, Richie Cannata, Liberty DeVitto, Russell Javors, Billy Joel (RIP: Doug Stegmeyer)
      • Guests: Randy Brecker, Peter Cetera, Donnie Dacus, Jon Faddis, David Friedman, Dave Grusin, Steve Khan, Ralph MacDonald, Mike Mainieri, George Marge, Hugh McCracken, David Nadien, Zachary Sanders, Ray Simpson, David Spinozza (RIP: Michael Brecker, Frank Floyd, Eric Gale, Freddie Hubbard)
      • Producer: Phil Ramone
    • Light year - David Pritchard (1978)

      • Guests: Michael Jochum, Larry Klein, Patrice Rushen, Chester Thompson (RIP: Freddie Hubbard, Bruce Malament)
    • I wanna play for you - Stanley Clarke (1979)

      • Members: Jeff Beck, Darryl Brown, Gerry Brown, Stanley Clarke, Mike Garson, Ray Gomez, Al Harrison, Bob Malach, Peter Robinson, James Tinsley
      • Guests: Todd Cochran, George Duke, Ronnie Foster, Steve Gadd, Harvey Mason, Airto Moreira, Lee Ritenour, Tom Scott (RIP: Stan Getz, Freddie Hubbard)
      • Comments: The CD reissue sadly deleted 3 tracks to fit in 1 CD.
    • Spiral - Bobby Hutcherson (1979)

      • Members: Bobby Hutcherson
      • Guests: Stanley Cowell, Richard Davis, Reggie Johnson, Sam Rivers (RIP: Andrew Hill, Freddie Hubbard, Harold Land)
    • Water sign - Jeff Lorber (1979)

      • Members: Jeff Lorber
      • Guests: Chick Corea, Joe Farrell (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
    • Numbers - Rufus (1979)

      • Members: Tony Maiden, John Robinson, Bobby Watson
      • Guests: Maxayn Lewis, Harvey Mason (RIP: Freddie Hubbard, Richard Mikuls, Lalomie Washburn)
      • Producer: Roy Halee
    • Kansas City vol 7 - Count Basie (1980)

      • Members: (RIP: Count Basie, Eddie ´Lockjaw´ Davis, J J Johnson)
      • Guests: John Heard (RIP: Jake Hanna, Freddie Hubbard, Joe Pass)
      • Producer: (RIP: Norman Granz)
    • Rodney Franklin - Rodney Franklin (1980)

      • Guests: Oscar Brashear, Bobby Bryant, Dennis Budimir, Paulinho Da Costa, Nathan East, Victor Feldman, David Luell, Marti McCall, David Shields, Phyllis St James, Tony St James, Carmen Twillie, Phil Upchurch, Ernie Watts (RIP: Freddie Hubbard, Don Myrick, Jeff Porcaro)
    • By all means - Alphonse Mouzon (1980)

      • Members: Alphonse Mouzon
      • Guests: Scott Edwards, Herbie Hancock, Jerry Hey, Kim Hutchcroft, Paul Jackson, Lee Ritenour, Larry Williams (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
    • Soundscapes - Cedar Walton (1980)

      • Members: Cedar Walton (RIP: Bob Berg)
      • Guests: Al Foster, Buddy Williams (RIP: Freddie Hubbard, Leon Thomas)
    • Spanish tears - Toshiyuki Honda & Burning Waves (1981)

    • Morning sun - Alphonse Mouzon (1981)

      • Members: Alphonse Mouzon
      • Guests: Nathan East, Scott Edwards, Herbie Hancock, Paul Jackson, Hubert Laws, Lee Ritenour (RIP: Michael Brecker, Freddie Hubbard)
    • Distant lover - Alphonse Mouzon (1982)

      • Members: Alphonse Mouzon
      • Guests: Stanley Clarke, Nathan East, Scott Edwards, Herbie Hancock, Jerry Hey, Kim Hutchcroft, Paul Jackson, Lee Ritenour, Tom Scott, Larry Williams (RIP: Michael Brecker, Freddie Hubbard)
    • A New day - Brian Bromberg (1986)

      • Members: Brian Bromberg
      • Guests: Alex Acuna, Kei Akagi, Joe Farrell, Ernie Watts (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
    • Fivin´ around - Henry Butler (1986)

      • Guests: Richard Greene, Charlie Haden, Azar Lawrence (RIP: Billy Higgins, Freddie Hubbard)
      • Technical: Bernie Grundman
    • Timezone - Jakob Magnusson (1986)

      • Members: Jakob Magnusson
      • Guests: Jeff Berlin, Stanley Clarke, Vinnie Colaiuta, Michael Fisher, Steve Forman, Michael Landau, Steve Tavaglione (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
    • Shieldstone - Bill Shields & Stanley Clarke (1987)

      • Members: Stanley Clarke
      • Guests: John Abercrombie, Jack DeJohnette, Bob Magnusson, Roy McCurdy, Airto Moreira (RIP: Gordon Brisker, Freddie Hubbard)
    • Dianne Reeves - Dianne Reeves (08/1987)

      • Guests: Leon Ndugu Chancler, Billy Childs, Stanley Clarke, Paulinho Da Costa, George Duke, Tony Dumas, Herbie Hancock, Paul Jackson, Ricky Lawson, Airto Moreira, Ralph Penland, Freddie Washington (RIP: Freddie Hubbard, Tony Williams)
      • Technical: Erik Zobler
    • If this bass could only talk - Stanley Clarke (1988)

      • Members: Gerry Brown, Stanley Clarke
      • Guests: Leon Ndugu Chancler, Stewart Copeland, Paulinho Da Costa, George Duke, Jimmy Earl, Allan Holdsworth, Steve Hunt, Byron Miller, John Robinson, Wayne Shorter (RIP: George Howard, Freddie Hubbard)
    • At last - Sam Riney (1988)

      • Guests: Lenny Castro, Vinnie Colaiuta, Grant Geissman, Portia Griffin, Michael Landau, Mike Miller, Freddie Washington (RIP: Freddie Hubbard, Carlos Vega)
      • Producer: Paul Brown
    • Distant drums - Brian Slawson (1988)

      • Guests: Dave Bargeron, Larry Campbell, Sammy Figueroa, Zev Katz, Robbie Kondor, Will Lee, Chris Parker, Lenny Pickett, Elliott Randall, Allan Schwartzberg, Michael Shrieve, Lew Soloff, Roger Squitero, David Tofani, Georg Wadenius, George Young (RIP: Freddie Hubbard, Jimmy Maelen, Wayne Pedzwater, Alan Rubin, Stevie Ray Vaughan)
    • Compact jazz - Sarah Vaughan (1990)

      • Members: Charlie Fowlkes, Roy Haynes, Frank Wess (RIP: Frank Foster, Jimmy Jones, Thad Jones, Benny Powell, Marshall Royal, Sarah Vaughan)
      • Guests: Clifford Brown, Richard Davis, Benny Golson, Freddie Green, Bob James, Clark Terry (RIP: Cannonball Adderley, Kenny Clarke, Al Grey, Freddie Hubbard, J J Johnson, Herbie Mann, Sonny Payne, Paul Quinichette, Jerome Richardson, Ernie Royal, Zoot Sims, Turk Van Lake, Kai Winding, Snooky Young)
    • Shadows - David Benoit (1991)

      • Members: David Benoit
      • Guests: Nathan East, Michael Fisher, Jimmy Johnson, Pat Kelly, Michael Paulo, Valerie Pinkston-Mayo, John Robinson, Neil Stubenhaus, Chris Trujillo (RIP: Dori Caymmi, Freddie Hubbard, Jeff Porcaro)
    • Ballads - Dexter Gordon (1991)

      • Members: George Cables (RIP: Dexter Gordon, Billy Higgins, Pierre Michelot)
      • Guests: Donald Byrd, Bob Cranshaw, Kenny Drew, Al Harewood, Rufus Reid (RIP: Paul Chambers, Sonny Clark, Kenny Clarke, Freddie Hubbard, Philly Joe Jones, Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen, Bud Powell, Art Taylor)
    • Jazzmatazz volume II - the new reality - Jazzmatazz (1995)

      • Members: Kenny Garrett, D C Lee, Bernard Purdie (RIP: Guru)
      • Guests: Donald Byrd, Chaka Khan, Branford Marsalis, Courtney Pine (RIP: Freddie Hubbard)
    • Bob Belden´s shades of blue - Bob Belden (1996)

      • Guests: Carl Allen, Geri Allen, Franck Amsallem, Jay Anderson, Jeff Andrews, Joey Calderazzo, Ron Carter, Marc Copland, Ronnie Cuber, Billy Drummond, Eliane Elias, Kevin Eubanks, Curtis Fuller, Larry Goldings, Eddie Gomez, Jerry Gonzalez, Larry Grenadier, Steve Hall, Conrad Herwig, Terumasa Hino, Adam Holzman, Dennis Irwin, Javon Jackson, Geoffrey Keezer, Billy Kilson, Scott Kinsey, Carlos McKinney, Mulgrew Miller, Greg Osby, Gonzalo Rubalcaba, John Scofield, Gary Smulyan, Bill Stewart, Jack Walrath, Peter Washington, Bobby Watson, David Weiss, Paul Wertico (RIP: John Coltrane, Billy Higgins, Freddie Hubbard, Buddy Montgomery, Lee Morgan, Alan Rubin)
      • Technical: James Farber, Rudy Van Gelder
    • True blue - Tina Brooks ( - )

      • Members: (RIP: Tina Brooks)
      • Guests: (RIP: Freddie Hubbard, Sam Jones, Duke Jordan, Art Taylor)
    • Lush life - Lou Donaldson ( - )

      • Members: Lou Donaldson
      • Guests: Garnett Brown, Ron Carter, Jerry Dodgion, Al Harewood, Wayne Shorter, McCoy Tyner (RIP: Pepper Adams, Freddie Hubbard)
    • Undercurrent - Kenny Drew ( - )

      • Members: Kenny Drew
      • Guests: Louis Hayes (RIP: Freddie Hubbard, Sam Jones, Hank Mobley)
    • Doin´ allright - Dexter Gordon ( - )

    • Jack Magnet - Jakob Magnusson ( - )

      • Members: Jakob Magnusson
      • Guests: Alex Acuna, Bill Champlin, Stanley Clarke, Vinnie Colaiuta, Victor Feldman, Steve Forman, Jerry Hey, John Phillips, Carlos Rios, Tom Scott, Neil Stubenhaus, Larry Williams (RIP: Freddie Hubbard, Kenny Moore, Jeff Porcaro)
    • Roll call - Hank Mobley ( - )

      • Members: (RIP: Hank Mobley)
      • Guests: (RIP: Art Blakey, Paul Chambers, Freddie Hubbard, Wynton Kelly)
    • The Blues and the abstract truth - Oliver Nelson ( - )

      • Members: Oliver Nelson
      • Guests: Roy Haynes (RIP: Paul Chambers, Eric Dolphy, Bill Evans, Freddie Hubbard)
      • Producer: Creed Taylor
      • Technical: Rudy Van Gelder
    • Sweet honey bee - Duke Pearson ( - )

      • Guests: Ron Carter, Mickey Roker, James Spaulding (RIP: Joe Henderson, Freddie Hubbard)
    COMPILATIONS (SESSIONS) (11 credits)
    • The Best of Alphonse Mouzon - Alphonse Mouzon (1988)

      • Members: Welton Gite, Alphonse Mouzon, Ernie Watts
      • Guests: Stanley Clarke, Jeff Daniel, Torsten De Winkel, Kai Eckhardt, Scott Edwards, Richard Elliot, Brandon Fields, Herbie Hancock, Jerry Hey, Kim Hutchcroft, Paul Jackson, Hubert Laws, Ronnie Laws, Gary Meek, Ray Parker, Lee Ritenour, Anita Sherman, Larry Williams (RIP: Michael Brecker, Freddie Hubbard)
    • Selected - Sadao Watanabe (08/1989)

      • Members: Alex Acuna, Victor Bailey, Bobby Broom, Mino Cinelu, Vinnie Colaiuta, Nathan East, Russell Ferrante, Steve Gadd, Don Grusin, Onaje Allan Gumbs, Paul Jackson, Keith Jones, William Kennedy, Abraham Laboriel, Will Lee, Ralph MacDonald, Harvey Mason, Jeff Mironov, Rob Mounsey, Soichi Noriki, Carlos Rios, Sadao Watanabe (RIP: Eric Gale, Paul Griffin, Richard Tee)
      • Guests: Poogie Bell, Robbie Buchanan, Carl Carwell, Paulinho Da Costa, Carlton Davis, Lynn Davis, Sue Evans, Dann Huff, Jimmy Johnson, Hubert Laws, Marcus Miller, Andy Narell, Kenneth Nash, Chris Parker, Heitor Teixeira Pereira, John Robinson, Brenda Russell, Earl ´Chinna´ Smith, Chester Thompson (RIP: Freddie Hubbard, Carlos Vega)
      • Producer: George Duke
      • Technical: David Hentschel, Elliot Scheiner, Yoshio Suzuki, Erik Zobler
      • Comments: Compilation, also including some live and new tracks.
    • Jazz masters 59 - Toots Thielemans (1991)

      • Members: Toots Thielemans
      • Guests: Eef Albers, Monty Alexander, Wayne Andre, Tom Bahler, Danny Bank, Gary Burton, Bruno Castellucci, Eddie Engels, Rob Franken, Jim Gilstrap, Don Grusin, Jim Hall, Marc Johnson, Michael Lang, Hubert Laws, Myrna Matthews, Paulette McWilliams, Mulgrew Miller, Ferdinand Povel, Chuck Rainey, Rufus Reid, Joe Sample, Valerie Simpson, Marvin Stamm, Tony Studd, Grady Tate, Bart Van Lier (RIP: Charles Ables, Pepper Adams, Georges Arvanitas, Paul Beaver, Ray Brown, Billy Byers, Eric Gale, Al Grey, Billy Higgins, Milt Hinton, Shirley Horn, Freddie Hubbard, Milt Jackson, Osie Johnson, Al McKibbon, Pierre Michelot, Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen, Benny Powell, Jerome Richardson, Frank Rosolino, Ernie Royal, Bobby Scott, Sivuca, Cal Tjader)
      • Producer: Quincy Jones, Phil Ramone (RIP: Leonard Feather, Richard Seidel, Jack Tracy)
    • The Best of Mr T - Stanley Turrentine (1992)

      • Members: (RIP: Stanley Turrentine)
      • Guests: Bob Babbitt, Errol ´Crusher´ Bennett, David Carey, Ron Carter, Gary Coleman, Jack DeJohnette, Jay Graydon, Paul Jackson, Gary King, Harvey Mason, Claus Ogerman, Gene Orloff, Ray Parker, Dean Parks, Lee Ritenour, Patrice Rushen, Joe Sample, Bill Summers, Grady Tate, Richard Trifan, David T Walker, Cedar Walton (RIP: Eddie ´Bongo´ Brown, Cornell Dupree, Eric Gale, Paul Griffin, Freddie Hubbard, David Van De Pitte)
      • Producer: (RIP: Gene Page)
    • The Jazz sides - Sarah Vaughan (1995)

      • Members: Wendell Culley, Charlie Fowlkes, Roy Haynes, Frank Wess (RIP: Henry Coker, Frank Foster, Jimmy Jones, Thad Jones, Joe Newman, Benny Powell, Marshall Royal, Sarah Vaughan)
      • Guests: Richard Davis, Benny Golson, Freddie Green, George Hughes, Bob James, Clark Terry, Phil Woods (RIP: Al Grey, Freddie Hubbard, J J Johnson, Billy Mitchell, Sonny Payne, Charlie Shavers, Snooky Young)
    • Jazz profile - Dexter Gordon (1998)

      • Members: Bobby Hutcherson (RIP: Dexter Gordon, Billy Higgins, Pierre Michelot)
      • Guests: Bob Cranshaw, Kenny Drew, Al Harewood (RIP: Red Callender, Paul Chambers, Sonny Clark, Kenny Clarke, Tadd Dameron, Jimmy Giuffre, Freddie Hubbard, Philly Joe Jones, Barney Kessel, Dodo Marmarosa, Fats Navarro, Red Norvo, Cecil Payne, Bud Powell, Jesse Price, Sahib Shihab, Kai Winding)
      • Producer: (RIP: Alfred Lion, Pete Rugolo, Francis Wolff)
      • Technical: Rudy Van Gelder
    • Ultimate hits collection - Ray Charles (03/1999)

      • Members: Phil Guilbeau (RIP: Ray Charles, Leroy Cooper, Hank Crawford, David ´Fathead´ Newman, Don Wilkerson)
      • Guests: Mickey Baker, Michael Boddicker, Bob Brookmeyer, Henderson Chambers, Bob Cranshaw, Charlie Fowlkes, John Frosk, Siedah Garrett, Jim Gilstrap, Freddie Green, Urbie Green, Jim Hall, Roy Haynes, James Ingram, Louis Johnson, Eddie Jones, Quincy Jones, Chaka Khan, Hubert Laws, Harry Lookofsky, Harvey Mason, Willie Nelson, Louis Nunley, David Paich, Phil Perry, Greg Phillinganes, Steve Porcaro, Seldon Powell, Julian Priester, Chuck Rainey, Hargus Pig Robbins, Billy Sanford, Dale Sellers, Lisa Silver, Grady Tate, Clark Terry, Toots Thielemans, Ian Underwood, Harold Vick, Earl Warren, Frank Wess, Paul West, Hurshel Wiginton, Joe Wilder (RIP: Martin Banks, Jimmy Bell, Ray Brown, Ralph Burns, Benny Carter, Jimmy Cleveland, Henry Coker, Irv Cottler, Wallace Davenport, Pete Drake, Frank Foster, Panama Francis, Eric Gale, Al Grey, Lee Harper, Haywood Henry, Freddie Hubbard, Budd Johnson, Thad Jones, Connie Kay, Wendell Marshall, Bill McElhiney, Terry McMillan, Billy Mitchell, Joe Newman, Jimmy Nottingham, Marty Paich, Cecil Payne, Sonny Payne, Benny Powell, Rudy Powell, Billy Preston, Jerome Richardson, Ernie Royal, Marshall Royal, Jesse Stone, Larry Williams)
      • Producer: Creed Taylor (RIP: Herb Abramson, Ahmet Ertegun, Nesuhi Ertegun, Sid Feller, Jerry Wexler)
      • Technical: Doug Sax
    • Sarah Vaughan, Ken Burns jazz collection - Sarah Vaughan (2000)

      • Members: Roy Haynes (RIP: Sarah Vaughan, Ernie Wilkins)
      • Guests: Richard Davis, George Duvivier, Benny Golson, Bob James, Quincy Jones, Clark Terry, Phil Woods (RIP: Georgie Auld, Kenny Clarke, Tadd Dameron, Billy Eckstine, Leonard Feather, Dizzy Gillespie, Roland Hanna, Freddie Hubbard, Budd Johnson, J J Johnson, Herbie Mann, Joe Pass, Cecil Payne, Bud Powell, Paul Quinichette, Tony Scott, Zoot Sims, Kai Winding)
    • The Man behind the music - Claus Ogerman (2002)

      • Members: Claus Ogerman
      • Guests: Jan Akkerman, George Benson, David Clayton-Thomas, Dr John, Michael Franks, Astrud Gilberto, Eddie Gomez, Urbie Green, Jim Hall, Paul Horn, Jon Mark (RIP: Johnny Almond, Michael Brecker, Sammy Davis Jr, Stan Getz, Stephane Grappelli, Freddie Hubbard, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Hank Jones, Wes Montgomery, Oscar Peterson, Arthur Prysock, Frank Sinatra, Jimmy Smith, Cal Tjader, Stanley Turrentine)
    • The Very best of John Lewis - John Lewis (11/2002)

      • Members: (RIP: John Lewis)
      • Guests: Ray Alonge, Billy Bean, Richard Davis, George Duvivier, Bernie Glow, Benny Golson, Jim Hall, Bobby Jaspar, Charles Libove, Gunther Schuller, Joe Wilder, Phil Woods (RIP: David Baker, Don Butterfield, Eddie Costa, Eric Dolphy, Bill Evans, Barry Galbraith, Jimmy Giuffre, Percy Heath, Freddie Hubbard, Connie Kay, Scott LaFaro, Albert Mangelsdorff, Gary McFarland, Ralph Pena, Harvey Phillips, Herb Pomeroy, Buster Smith, Nick Travis, Mike Zwerin)
      • Producer: (RIP: Nesuhi Ertegun)
      • Technical: (RIP: Earle Brown, Tom Dowd)
      • Comments: 5CD boxset comprising 10 of John Lewis albums.
    • Betty Carter´s finest hour - Betty Carter (04/2003)

      • Members: Winard Harper, Curtis Lundy, Danny Mixon, Buster Williams (RIP: Betty Carter, John Hicks)
      • Guests: Ira Coleman, Benny Golson, Craig Handy, Al Harewood, Jim Hughart, Peck Morrison, Kenneth Moss (RIP: Kenny Dorham, Gigi Gryce, Freddie Hubbard, Sam Jones, Wynton Kelly, Melba Liston, Carmen McRae, Jerome Richardson, Sahib Shihab, Specs Wright)

    THANKS:

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  • Odies: for his comment on The Jazz Contemporaries lineups (2011).

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    14/November/2011 - Added info about the musicians for Jazz Contemporaries. Thanks to Odies
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