A discography of Bob Gordon

 

1952

 

 

 

SHELLY MANNE SEPTET

   
 

Jimmy Giuffre, Shorty Rogers, Bill Russo (arr)

   
 

Conte Candoli, Shorty Rogers (tp) Jimmy Giuffre (ts) Bob Gordon (bs) Frank Patchen (p) Joe Mondragon (b) Shelly Manne (dm,vcl°)

   
 

Hollywood, Radio Recorders, January 7, 1952

   
a 3693

It Don’t Mean A Thing °

Dee Gee 3803
b 3694

Deep People (jg arr)

Dee Gee 3803
c 3695

The Princess  Of Evil (br arr)

Dee Gee 3804
d 3696

Slightly Brightly (sr arr)

Dee Gee 3804
       
  Note

Contrary to what is often mentioned in discographies, the prefixes of these Dee Gee releases are not XP (for the 45 rpms) or MG (for the LPs) but simply EP and LP.

       
  Issues

a – Dee Gee EP 4013.

b,c,d – Dee Gee EP 4006.

 

all titles – Dee Gee LP 1003, Savoy MG 12045, SJL 2254, (G) WL 70511, King (Jap) MGJ-12045.

       
  CD

all titles – Nippon Columbia (Jap) COCY-75788, Fresh Sound (Sp) FSR-CD 2251_3.

 

 


 

 

 

MAYNARD FERGUSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA

   
 

Shorty Rogers, Pete Rugolo (arr)

   
 

Chico Alvarez, Maynard Ferguson, Shorty Rogers (tp) Milt Bernhart, Herbie Harper, Dick Kenney (tb) Abe Most (as,cl)  Bud Shank (as,fl) Jimmy Giuffre (ts) Bob Gordon (bs) Frank Patchen (p) Barney Kessel (g) Joe Mondragon (b) Shelly Manne (dm) Kay Brown (vcl)

   
 

Hollywood, Capitol Studios, Melrose Avenue, February 25, 1952

   
a 4930

Roses All The Way (pr arr)

Mercury 5863
b 4931

And So I Waited Around (pr arr)

Mercury 5819
c 4932

Homing Pidgeon (pr arr)

Mercury 5819
d 4933

Wow! (sr arr)

Mercury 5863
       
  Note

These titles were released under Kay Brown’s name.

       
  Issues

a,d – Mercury 5863x45.

b,c – Mercury 5819x45.

 

all titles – Nippon Phonogram (Jap) 195J-10103.

       
  CD

all titles – Fresh Sound (Sp) FSR-CD 2204.