Film, Video THE COOL OF THE EVENING

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Title
THE COOL OF THE EVENING
Contributor Names
prod: David Keeley (director)
Created / Published
UK.
Notes
-  Information from: "Jazz on the Screen" by David Meeker. Used with permission. (Source)
-  Made-for-TV series.
-  Short film (under 30 minutes).
-  5. "Italian concerto in F" by Johann Sebastian Bach. 12. "Do it the hard way"; "C'est la vie"; "You're driving me crazy" by Walter Donaldson. 14. "Carnival"; "M.V.4"; "Eleanor"; "Donna Lee" by Charlie Parker; "It's for you" by John Lennon, Paul McCartney. 15. "What the world needs now is love" by Hal David, Burt Bacharach; "Doodle-oodle". (Songs)
-  1. In segment (09.04.66) The Dick Morrissey Quartet: Dick Morrissey, tenor sax; Harry South, piano; Phil Bates, acoustic double bass; Phil Seamen, drums. 2. In segment (24.04.66) Brian Lemon, piano; Pete McGurk, acoustic double bass; Chris Karan, drums. 3. In segment (04.05.66) The Tony Coe Quintet: Tony Coe, tenor sax; John Picard, trombone; Colin Purbrook, piano; Kenny Napper, acoustic double bass; Jackie Dougan, drums. 4. In segment (23.05.66) Jimmy Witherspoon, vocal; Stan Jones, piano; Bruce Wayne, acoustic double bass; Buzz Green, drums. 5. In segment (05.07.66) The Jacques Loussier Trio. 6. In segment (11.07.66) Stan Tracey, piano; Freddie Logan, acoustic double bass; Tony Crombie, drums; Carol Ventura, vocal. 7. In segment (15.08.66) Alan Haven, organ; Tony Crombie, drums. 8. In segment (08.03.66) Richard Rodney Bennett, piano; Pete McGurk, acoustic double bass; Chris Karan, drums; Jean Hart, vocal. 9. In segment (03.12.66) Sonny Stitt, tenor sax; Bob Stuckley, organ; Woody Martin, drums. 10. In segment (03.05.70) The Ronnie Ross Quintet. 11. In segment (21.05.67) Larry Adler, harmonica; The Lennie Felix Trio. 12. In segment (23.09.67) Georgie Fame, vocal; The Harry South Trio with Pete King, alto sax. 13. In segment (24.06.68) The Johnny Scott Quintet:- Johnny Scott, flute; Duncan Lamont, tenor sax, bass clarinet; David Snell, harp; Arthur Watts, acoustic double bass; Barry Morgan, drums. 14. In segment (11.09.67) The David Snell Trio:- David Snell, harp; Frank Clarke, acoustic double bass; Barry Morgan, drums. 15. In segment (27.11.68) Al Cohn, Zoot Sims, tenor sax; Stan Tracey, piano; Dave Green, acoustic double bass; Phil Seamen, drums. 16. In segment (11.12.68) The Gordon Beck Trio. 17. In segments (08.10.66) + (11.04.67) The Jacques Loussier Trio. (Personnel on Camera)
-  Jazz on the Screen is a reference work of filmographic information and does not point to digitized versions of the items described. The Library of Congress may or may not own a copy of a particular film or video. To request additional information Ask a Librarian (http://www.loc.gov/rr/askalib/ask-record.html).
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motion picture | Made-for-TV series. Short film (under 30 minutes). 5. "Italian concerto in F" by Johann Sebastian Bach. 12. "Do it the hard way"; "C'est la vie"; "You're driving me crazy" by Walter Donaldson. 14. "Carnival"; "M.V.4"; "Eleanor"; "Donna Lee" by Charlie Parker; "It's for you" by John Lennon, Paul McCartney. 15. "What the world needs now is love" by Hal David, Burt Bacharach; "Doodle-oodle". (Songs). 1. In segment (09.04.66) The Dick Morrissey Quartet: Dick Morrissey, tenor sax; Harry South, piano; Phil Bates, acoustic double bass; Phil Seamen, drums. 2. In segment (24.04.66) Brian Lemon, piano; Pete McGurk, acoustic double bass; Chris Karan, drums. 3. In segment (04.05.66) The Tony Coe Quintet: Tony Coe, tenor sax; John Picard, trombone; Colin Purbrook, piano; Kenny Napper, acoustic double bass; Jackie Dougan, drums. 4. In segment (23.05.66) Jimmy Witherspoon, vocal; Stan Jones, piano; Bruce Wayne, acoustic double bass; Buzz Green, drums. 5. In segment (05.07.66) The Jacques Loussier Trio. 6. In segment (11.07.66) Stan Tracey, piano; Freddie Logan, acoustic double bass; Tony Crombie, drums; Carol Ventura, vocal. 7. In segment (15.08.66) Alan Haven, organ; Tony Crombie, drums. 8. In segment (08.03.66) Richard Rodney Bennett, piano; Pete McGurk, acoustic double bass; Chris Karan, drums; Jean Hart, vocal. 9. In segment (03.12.66) Sonny Stitt, tenor sax; Bob Stuckley, organ; Woody Martin, drums. 10. In segment (03.05.70) The Ronnie Ross Quintet. 11. In segment (21.05.67) Larry Adler, harmonica; The Lennie Felix Trio. 12. In segment (23.09.67) Georgie Fame, vocal; The Harry South Trio with Pete King, alto sax. 13. In segment (24.06.68) The Johnny Scott Quintet:- Johnny Scott, flute; Duncan Lamont, tenor sax, bass clarinet; David Snell, harp; Arthur Watts, acoustic double bass; Barry Morgan, drums. 14. In segment (11.09.67) The David Snell Trio:- David Snell, harp; Frank Clarke, acoustic double bass; Barry Morgan, drums. 15. In segment (27.11.68) Al Cohn, Zoot Sims, tenor sax; Stan Tracey, piano; Dave Green, acoustic double bass; Phil Seamen, drums. 16. In segment (11.12.68) The Gordon Beck Trio. 17. In segments (08.10.66) + (11.04.67) The Jacques Loussier Trio. (Personnel On Camera). Motion Picture (Form).
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