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Lester Young The Complete Aladdin Recordings [disc 1] (1995)
Alt. title: The Complete Aladdin Recordings of Lester Young\nAlt. title: The Complete Aladdin Sessions\nLester Willis Young (1909-08-27/1959-03-15): tenor sax\nRecorded Los Angeles US-CA, 1942-07-15 (tracks 1-4), 1945-12 (5-8), 1946-01 (9-12) & 1946-08 (13-16); and Chicago US-IL, 1946-10 (17-18).\nDisc 1/5-18 and disc 2/1-5,7-12,14-16 (i.e., all except disc 1/1-4 & disc 2/6,13,17-22) were previously released as the 2-LP "The Aladdin Sessions", Blue Note BN-LA 456-H2 (1975).\nReissue produced by Michael Cuscuna; sound restoration and mastering by Malcom Addey.\n2CD: Blue Note CDP 32787 (1995-09-26), UPC 724383278725.
This jazz cd contains 18 tracks and runs 60min 52sec.
Freedb: 100e4212

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  1. Lester Young - Indiana [1942] (04:53)
    (James F. Hanley/Ballard MacDonald)\nRecorded Los Angeles US-CA, 1942-07-15 (Van1000); produced by Norman Granz.\nLester Young: tenor sax\nNat Cole: piano\nRed Callendar: bass
  2. Lester Young - I Can't Get Started [1942] (04:55)
    (Vernon Duke/Ira Gershwin)\nRecorded Los Angeles US-CA, 1942-07-15 (Van1001); produced by Norman Granz.\nLester Young: tenor sax\nNat Cole: piano\nRed Callendar: bass
  3. Lester Young - Tea for Two [1942] (04:48)
    (Irving Caesar/Vincent Youmans)\nRecorded Los Angeles US-CA, 1942-07-15 (Van1002); produced by Norman Granz.\nLester Young: tenor sax\nNat Cole: piano\nRed Callendar: bass
  4. Lester Young - Body and Soul [1942] (05:10)
    (Frank Eyton/Johnny Green/Edward Heyman/Robert Sour)\nRecorded Los Angeles US-CA, 1942-07-15 (Van1003); produced by Norman Granz.\nLester Young: tenor sax\nNat Cole: piano\nRed Callendar: bass
  5. Lester Young - D.B. Blues [1945] (03:00)
    (Lester Young/King Pleasure [C. Beeks])\nLester Young & His Band, recorded Los Angeles US-CA, 1945-12 (123A; IM-3563); produced by Norman Granz.\nVic Dickenson: trombone\nLester Young: tenor sax\nDodo Marmarosa: piano\nRed Callender: bass\nHenry Tucker: d
  6. Lester Young - Lester Blows Again [1945] (02:32)
    (Lester Young)\nLester Young & His Band, recorded Los Angeles US-CA, 1945-12 (123B; IM-3564); produced by Norman Granz.\nVic Dickenson: trombone\nLester Young: tenor sax\nDodo Marmarosa: piano\nRed Callender: bass\nHenry Tucker: drums
  7. Lester Young - These Foolish Things [1945] (03:10)
    (Harry Link/Holt Marvell/Jack Strachey)\nLester Young & His Band, recorded Los Angeles US-CA, 1945-12 (124A-2; IM-3565); produced by Norman Granz.\nLester Young: tenor sax\nDodo Marmarosa: piano\nRed Callender: bass\nHenry Tucker: drums
  8. Lester Young - Jumpin' at Mesner's [1945] (02:45)
    (Lester Young)\nLester Young & His Band, recorded Los Angeles US-CA, 1945-12 (124B-2; IM-3566); produced by Norman Granz.\nVic Dickenson: trombone\nLester Young: tenor sax\nDodo Marmarosa: piano\nRed Callender: bass\nHenry Tucker: drums
  9. Lester Young - It's Only a Paper Moon [1946] (03:05)
    (Harold Arlen/E.Y. "Yip" Harburg/Billy Rose)\nLester Young & His Band, recorded Los Angeles US-CA, 1946-01 (127A; IM-3567).\nHoward McGhee: trumpet\nVic Dickenson: trombone\nWillie Smith: alto sax\nLester Young: tenor sax\nWesley Jones: piano\nCurtis Coun
  10. Lester Young - After You've Gone [1946] (02:42)
    (Henry Creamer/Turner Layton)\nLester Young & His Band, recorded Los Angeles US-CA, 1946-01 (127B; IM-3568).\nWillie Smith: alto sax\nLester Young: tenor sax\nWesley Jones: piano\nCurtis Counce: bass\nJohnny Otis: drums
  11. Lester Young - Lover Come Back to Me [1946] (02:37)
    (Oscar Hammerstein II/Sigmund Romberg)\nLester Young & His Band, recorded Los Angeles US-CA, 1946-01 (128A; IM-3569).\nHoward McGhee: trumpet\nVic Dickenson: trombone\nWillie Smith: alto sax\nLester Young: tenor sax\nWesley Jones: piano\nCurtis Counce: ba
  12. Lester Young - Jammin' with Lester [1946] (03:03)
    (Lester Young)\nLester Young & His Band, recorded Los Angeles US-CA, 1946-01 (128B; IM-3583).\nHoward McGhee: trumpet\nVic Dickenson: trombone\nWillie Smith: alto sax\nLester Young: tenor sax\nWesley Jones: piano\nCurtis Counce: bass\nJohnny Otis: drums
  13. Lester Young - You're Driving Me Crazy [1946] (03:06)
    (Walter Donaldson)\nLester Young & His Band, recorded Los Angeles US-CA, 1946-08 (137A; IM-3584).\nLester Young: tenor sax\nJoe Albany: piano\nIrving Ashby: guitar\nRed Callender: bass\nChico Hamilton: drums
  14. Lester Young - New Lester Leaps In [1946] (02:57)
    (Lester Young)\nLester Young & His Band, recorded Los Angeles US-CA, 1946-08 (137B; IM-3585).\nLester Young: tenor sax\nJoe Albany: piano\nIrving Ashby: guitar\nRed Callender: bass\nChico Hamilton: drums
  15. Lester Young - Lester's Be Bop Boogie [1946] (03:14)
    (Lester Young)\nLester Young & His Band, recorded Los Angeles US-CA, 1946-08 (138B-3; IM-3586).\nLester Young: tenor sax\nJoe Albany: piano\nIrving Ashby: guitar\nRed Callender: bass\nChico Hamilton: drums
  16. Lester Young - She's Funny That Way [1946] (03:20)
    (Neil Moret/Richard Whiting)\nLester Young & His Band, recorded Los Angeles US-CA, 1946-08 (138A-2; IM-3587).\nLester Young: tenor sax\nJoe Albany: piano\nIrving Ashby: guitar\nRed Callender: bass\nChico Hamilton: drums
  17. Lester Young - Sunday [1946] (02:24)
    (Chester Cohn/Benny Krueger/Eddie Miller/Jule Styne)\nLester Young & His Sextet, recorded Chicago US-IL, 1946-10 (46; IM-3570).\nShorty McConnell: trumpet\nLester Young: tenor sax\nArgonne Thornton [Sadik Hakim]: piano\nFred Lacey: guitar\nRodney Richards
  18. Lester Young - S.M. Blues [1946] (03:03)
    (Lester Young)\nLester Young & His Sextet, recorded Chicago US-IL, 1946-10 (47; IM-3588).\nShorty McConnell: trumpet\nLester Young: tenor sax\nArgonne Thornton [Sadik Hakim]: piano\nFred Lacey: guitar\nRodney Richardson: bass\nLyndell Marshall: drums


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