Friday, May 17, 2013

"Gene Krupa vs. Buddy Rich" on Jazz-O-Rama #42 Saturday, May 18, 3:30 pm ET on CRAGG!




"The Battle of the Drums 2" premieres Saturday as part of The Joe Bev 3-Hour Block, which includes The Comedy-O-Rama Hour & The Joe Bev Experience, starting 2:30 pm ET, 1:30 CT, 11:30 PT on cultradioagogo.com!




More high hats, tom-toms and cymbals will fill the air on the 42th edition of Joe Bev's Jazz-O-Rama Hour airing Saturday, May 11th at 3:30 pm ET / 12:30 pm PT, on http://www.cultradioagogo.com  (part of Joe Bev 3-Hour Block, beginning at 2:20 pm ET / 11:30 am PT).

This Saturday Joe Bev presents 78 RPM & LP Jazz with a Sense of Humor:
"Gene Krupa vs. Buddy Rich", including:


1. "All Sweets"
(Edison)

Buddy and Sweets is a jazz album recorded in Los Angeles, California in September 1955 
by Harry "Sweets" Edison and Buddy Rich.
Harry Sweets Edison – trumpet
Buddy Rich – drums
Jimmy Rowles – piano
Barney Kessel – guitar
John Simmons – bass
Released 1955
Recorded September 1, 1955 Los Angeles
Label Norgran
Producer Norman Granz



2. Birdhouse
(Arr. Gerry Mulligan)
Gene Krupa Jazz Trio: Charlie Ventura, ts; Teddy Napoleon, p; Gene Krupa, d. Hollywood, Febuary 26, 1946
ET 996-1 Birdhouse - aGM Capitol B125/126
Gene Krupa & his Orchestra: Gene Krupa, Joe Dale-(d), Red Rodney, Joe Triscari, Vince Hughes, Jimmy Millazzio-(t), Bob Ascher, Dick Taylor, Nick Gaglio, Tasso Harris-(tb), Harry Terrill, Charlie Kennedy-(as), Charlie Ventura, Buddy Wise-(ts), Joe Koch-(bar), Teddy Napoleon-(p), Mike Triscari-(g), Irv Lang-(b), Buddy Stewart, Carolyn Grey-(v), Eddie Finckel, Jimmy Mundy, Gerry Mulligan, Bud Johnson, Ray Biondi, George Williams-(a)

Gene Krupa

3. 9:20 Special
(William Engvick, Earle Warren)
This One's for Basie is a 1957 studio album by Buddy Rich and an eleven piece orchestra, recorded in tribute to bandleader Count Basie.[2] The album was re-issued by Verve in the 1950s and again (retitled Big Band Shout) in the 1960s (but without "Blues for Basie").
Released January 9, 1957
Recorded August 24–25, 1956
Label Norgran
Producer Norman Granz
Pete Candoli - trumpet
Harry "Sweets" Edison
Conrad Gozzo
Frank Rosolino - trombone
Buddy Collette - flute, baritone saxophone, tenor saxophone
Bob Enevoldsen - tenor saxophone, valve trombone
Bob Cooper - tenor saxophone
Joe Mondragon - double bass
Bill Pitman - guitar
Jimmy Rowles - piano
Buddy Rich - drums
Marty Paich - arranger


4. Opus One
Gene Krupa and his Orchestra
Vocal Chorus by: Anita O'Day
Written By: Sy Oliver
Label: Columbia
"Opus No. 1" is a popular song, composed in 1943 by Sy Oliver, with lyrics by Sid Garris. The tune is often titled Opus One, or Opus #1. It has become a standard song in the swing, jazz and big band repertoire. The song was a big hit for the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra in 1944.Gene Krupa and his orchestra (vocal: Anita O'Day; recorded August 21, 1945, released by Columbia Records as catalog number 37224, with the flip side "Valse Triste"

5. Thanks for the Boogie Ride
Gene Krupa & his Orchestra
New York, November 25, 1941
31802-2 Thanks for the Boogie Ride Okeh 6506
Gene Krupa & his Orchestra: Gene Krupa-(d), Roy Eldridge-(t/v) Norman Murphy, Al Beck, Graham Young-(t), John Grassi, Jay Kelliher, Babe Wagner-(tb), Musky Ruffo-(as), Walter Bates-(ts), Sam Musiker-(ts/cl), Sam Listengart-(bar), Milt Raskin-(p), Ray Biondi-(g/a), Eddie Mihelich-(b), Anita O'Day, Howard Dulany-(v), Elton Hill (a)

Gene Krupa 78
6. Drum Boogie
Gene Krupa & his Orchestra: Gene Krupa-(d), Norman Murphy, Torg Halten, Rudy Novack, Shorty Sherock-(t), Pat Virgadamo, Jay Kelliher, Babe Wagner-(tb), Clint Neagley, Musky Ruffo-(as), Walter Bates-(ts), Sam Musiker-(ts/cl), Bob Curtis-(p), Ray Biondi-(g/a), Biddy Bastien-(b), Irene Daye, Howard Dulany-(v), Elton Hill, Fred Norman, James Mundy, Chappie Willett-(a)
Chicago, January 17, 1941
C-3530-1 Drum Boogie - Okeh 6046
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7. Fascinating Rhythm(George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin)
Released 1961
Recorded October 3–4, 1960
Label Argo
Playtime, LP-676
Producer Jack Tracy
Buddy Rich - drums
Sam Most - flute
Don Goldie - trumpet
Wilbur Wynne - guitar
Johnny Morris - piano
Mike Mainieri - vibraphone

Gene Krupa
8. Leave Us Leap
Gene Krupa & the Band That Swings With Strings: Gene Krupa, Louis Zito-(d), Don Fagerquist, Bill Conrad, Joe Triscari, Tony Russo-(t), Leon Cox, Tommy Pederson, Bill Culley-(tb), Murray Williams-(as/cl), Francis Antonelli-(as), Charlie Ventura, Andy Pino-(ts), Stuart Olsen-(bar), Ray Biondi, Jacob Shulman, Victor Pariante, Ted Blume, Jerome Reisler-(vln), George Grosman, Paul Powell-(vla), Julius Ehrenworth-(clo), Teddy Napoleon-(p), Ed Yance-(g), Clyde Newcomb-(b), Lillian Lane, Buddy Stewart-(v), G-Noters(Lillian Lane, Jerry Duane, Dave Lambert, Buddy Stewart)-(v group), Eddie Finckle, Budd Johnson, George Siravo-(a)
Recorded in Hollywood, CA, January 22, 1945
HCO 1231-1 Leave Us Leap - Columbia 36802

9. What's This?
Gene Krupa & his Orchestra: Gene Krupa, Joe Dale-(d), Red Rodney, Joe Triscari, Vince Hughes, Jimmy Millazzio-(t), Bob Ascher, Dick Taylor, Nick Gaglio, Tasso Harris-(tb), Harry Terrill, Charlie Kennedy-(as), Charlie Ventura, Buddy Wise-(ts), Joe Koch-(bar), Teddy Napoleon-(p), Mike Triscari-(g), Irv Lang-(b), Buddy Stewart, Carolyn Grey-(v), Eddie Finckel, Jimmy Mundy, Gerry Mulligan, Bud Johnson, Ray Biondi, George Williams-(a)
ET 730-1 What's This? - Capitol B117/118

10. Down for Double(Freddie Green)
This One's for Basie
Recorded August 24–25, 1956

Gene Krupa

11. Don'cha Go Away Mad
Gene Krupa & his Orchestra

12. Bernie's Tune
Krupa and Rich is a 1956 studio album by jazz drummers Gene Krupa and Buddy Rich on Norman Granz' Clef Records label. Krupa and Rich play on two different tracks each and play together only on "Bernie's Tune." Krupa and Rich would record again for Verve Records, their album Burnin' Beat was released in 1962.
Released 1956
Recorded 1 November 1955
Label Clef/Verve
Producer Norman Granz





Joe Bevilacqua (Joe Bev) is the recipient of the 2013 Kean University Distinguished Alumni Award.

Joe Bev
Bev has been producing radio in many genres since 1971 when he was 12. At 19 in 1980, Bev became the youngest person to produce a radio show for public radio. He co-hosted The Jazz Show with Garret Gega in the early 80s, a four hour a week mix classic jazz and comedy. Bev also worked for WBGO, Jazz 88 in Newark, NJ and produced documentaries for WNYC New York Public Radio on jazz legends including Louis Armstrong, Wynton Marsalis, Count Basie, Woody Herman, Cab Calloway, and Lionel Hampton.

In addition to The Jazz-O-Rama Hour, he also produces The Comedy-O-Rama Hour, The Joe Bev Experience and Cartoon Carnival, with new podcasts every week. Go to: http://www.waterlogg.com.


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