Title: Bill's Bag
Style: Big Band
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May also arranged and recorded one album in Cleveland with Cosmic Records titled Guess Who for artist Jerry Lee (Jerry Principe) at the Golden Key Club and two more albums with Keely Smith, recorded nearly forty years apart – CheroKeely Swings from 1962 and Keely Sings Sinatra, one of May's last pieces of work, from 2001. 1962 Process 70. 1963 Bill's Bag. 1966 Billy May Today! References.
Brass jazzman Billy May sees his 1958 and 1963 LPs get the two-fer treatment on this 2001 CD release from EMI. Personnel: Billy May (Arranger), Billy May (Conductor), Paul Smith (Piano), Pete Candoli (Trumpet), Si Zentner (Trombone), Peter Abbott (Engineer), Frank Beach (Trumpet), John Best (Trumpet), Red Callender (Tuba), Jack Cave (French Horn), Conrad Gozzo (Trumpet), Al Hendrickson (Guitar), Manny.
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On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Emidisc (2) (catalog number C 048-50 713). Format of the release is. Vinyl, LP. Reissue. The album included the following session artists: Alto Saxophone.
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|A1||Children Of The Night
Written-By – Wayne Shorter
Written-By – Don Elliot*, Sascha Burland
Written-By – Horace Silver
Written-By – Cy Coleman
|A5||The Late, Late Show
Written-By – Murray Berlin, Roy Alfred
Written-By – Bobby Timmons, Oscar Brown, jr.*
|B1||Filet Of Soul
Written-By – Billy May, Dave Cavanaugh*
Written-By – Benny Golson
Written-By – Billy May
Written-By – Bobby Timmons, Jon Hendricks
|B5||My Little Suede Shoes
Written-By – Charlie Parker
Written-By – Frank B. Foster*
- Alto Saxophone – Paul Horn
- Baritone Saxophone – Chuck Gentry
- Bass – Max Bennett
- Drums – Irving Cottler*
- Engineer – Hugh Davis*, John Kraus, Pete Abbott
- Guitar – Joe Gibbons
- Orchestra – Billy May And His Orchestra
- Piano – Jimmy Rowles
- Producer – Dave Cavanaugh*
- Reissue Producer – Tom Morgan
- Tenor Saxophone – Justin Gordon
- Trombone – Ed Kusby, George Roberts, Tommy Shepard
- Trumpet – Billy May, Conrad Gozzo, Don Fagerquist, Frank Beach, Milt Bernhart, Ray Triscari, Uan Rasey
- Trumpet [Bass] – Dave Wells, Lou McCrary*
NotesRecorded At Capitol Records Studio A Hollywood Jan.15 Feb.11 March19 1963
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): 50713-A-2
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): 50713-B-2
|T 1888||Billy May||Bill's Bag (LP, Mono)||Capitol Records||T 1888||US||1963|
|ST 1888||Billy May||Bill's Bag (LP)||Capitol Records||ST 1888||UK||1964|
|ST 1888||Billy May||Bill's Bag (LP)||Capitol Records||ST 1888||US||1963|
|K 83524, T 1888, STK 83524||Billy May||Bill's Bag (LP, Album)||Capitol Records, Capitol Records, Capitol Records||K 83524, T 1888, STK 83524||Germany||1963|
|T 1888||Billy May||Bill's Bag (LP, Mono)||Capitol Records||T 1888||Canada||1964|