Paul Smith (5) With Monty Budwig, Frank Capp, Barney Kessel - The Good Life (LP). Discwasher Recordings. Johnson, André Previn, Red Mitchell, Frank Capp. Johnson, André Previn, Red Mitchell, Frank Capp - Plays Mack The Knife (CD, Album).
Monty Rex Budwig ( born December 26, 1929 in Pender, Nebraska, † March 9, 1992 in Los Angeles, California ) was an American jazz bassist. Budwig attended high school in Los Angeles. After he was with Vido Musso occurred in 1951, he served three years with the . In 1954, he moved to Los Angeles, where he was a sought-after studio musician soon. He has performed with Barney Kessel, was from 1954 to 1955 a member of the Red Norvo trio, and then the orchestra of Woody Herman. In 1978 he played as a bandleader Album Dig, including with his wife Arlette McCoy, a. Disco Graphical Notes. Bill Evans: Empathy ( Verve, 1962). Dig with Willie Bobo, Bob Brookmeyer, Joe Diorio, Billy Higgins, Arlette McCoy, Tom Ranier, 1978. The Good Life with Frank Capp, Barney Kessel, Paul Smith, 1988.
Paul Smith with Monty Budwig, Frank Capp, Barney Kessel. Barney Kessel with The Jazz Millers. 1. - To Swing or Not to Swing, Blue Soul.
Barney Kessel (October 17, 1923 – May 6, 2004) was an American jazz guitarist born in Muskogee, Oklahoma. Noted in particular for his knowledge of chords and inversions and chord-based melodies, he was a member of many prominent jazz groups as well as a "first call" guitarist for studio, film, and television recording sessions. Kessel was a member of the group of session musicians informally known as the Wrecking Crew.
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ALBUM: The Good Life. LABEL: Discwasher Recordings. Sleeve grade: VG++: Clean Sleeve. B3 Here’s That Rainy Day. B4 The Fourth Way. B5 Send In The Clowns. Additional information.
Monty Rex Budwig (December 26, 1926 – March 9, 1992) was a West Coast jazz double bassist. He was born in Pender, Nebraska. He began playing bass during high school, continuing in the military band while he was enlisted in the Air Force. In 1954 he moved to Los Angeles and went on to record and perform with many notable jazz musicians (Carmen McRae, Barney Kessel, Woody Herman, Red Norvo, Scott Hamilton, and Shelly Manne). Budwig is known for his touring with the Vince Guaraldi trio in the 1960s, with Don Joham on drums, and he performed on one number on the Charlie Brown Christmas Album
Guitarist Barney Kessel teams up with Bob Cooper (mostly on oboe but also doubling a bit on tenor), either Claude Williamson or Hampton Hawes on piano, Monty Budwig or Red Mitchell on bass, and Shelly Manne or Chuck Thompson on drums. Other than his own "64 Bars on Wilshire" and "Barney's Blues," the repertoire on this CD reissue is comprised of jazz standards. Inventive frameworks and the utilization of Cooper's jazz oboe (a real rarity in jazz of the time) give the otherwise boppish reissue its own personality.