Philips R 13602 L

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  • This compilation album was probably released in 1959. I can’t find much information, but from the attached booklet (within the gatefold sleeve) it becomes clear that the most recent recording is from late Dec. 1958.

  • I haven’t checked it all, but it seems the tracks on this album were released earlier on other Philips albums.

  • The genres featured on this album range from old-time jazz and dixieland to blues, bop and hard bop.

  • Below, the track information is given, with the recording dates.

A1Big Bill BroonzyTexas TornadoFeb. 16, 1956
A2New Orleans WanderersPapa DipJuly 13, 1926
A3Louis Armstrong and his Hot SevenPotato Head BluesMay 11, 1927
A4Bix Beiderbecke and his GangJazz Me BluesOct. 5, 1927
A5Sidney Bechet QuartetBuddy Bolden Stomp1948
A6Eddie Condon and his All-StarsChina BoyAug. 19, 1957
A7Billie Holiday and her OrchestraTell Me MoreJune 7, 1940
A8Benny Goodman SeptetAir Mail SpecialMar. 13, 1941
B1Count Basie and his OrchestraHollywood JumpNov. 6, 1939
B2Dizzy Gillespie and his BandI Can’t Get StartedMar./Apr. 1945
B3Horace Silver QuintetTwo Beat Or Not To Beat1956
B4Gerry Mulligan QuartetMy Funny ValentineDec. 23, 1958
B5Dave Brubeck QuartetWhen I Was WrongApr. 18/19, 1956
B6Miles Davis QuintetBudoOct. 27, 1955
B7J.J. Johnson QuintetAngel EyesJuly 24, 1956
B8Duke Ellington and his SpacemenJones1958