Film, Video JAZZ 625: THE WOODY HERMAN ORCHESTRA
(Theme) Steve Race
Prod: Terry Henebery
- JAZZ 625: THE WOODY HERMAN ORCHESTRA
- Contributor Names
- prod: Terry Henebery (director)
- (theme) Steve Race (composer)
- Created / Published
- - Information from: "Jazz on the Screen" by David Meeker. Used with permission. (Source)
- - Made-for-TV series.
- - Feature film (over 60 minutes).
- - "Some of these days" by Shelton Brooks; "That’s where it is" by Nat Pierce; "Lonesome old town"; "Sister Sadie"; "Watermelon man" by Herbie Hancock; "Better get it in your soul"; "Blue flame" by James Noble; "Hallelujah time"; "Jazz me blues" by Tom Delaney; "Days of wine and roses" by Johnny Mercer, Henry Mancini; "Four brothers" by Jimmy Giuffre; "Caldonia" by Fleecie Moore, arr Ralph Burns; "Apple honey" by Woody Herman; "After you’ve gone" by Henry Creamer, Turner Layton. (Songs)
- - Introduced by Steve Race:- Woody Herman and his Orchestra (including Bill Chase, trumpet; Phil Wilson, Henry Southall, trombone; Sal Nistico, Joe Romano, tenor sax; Nat Pierce, piano; Chuck Israels, acoustic double bass; Jake Hanna, drs). (Personnel on Camera)
- - Recorded in July 1964.
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