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DISCOGRAPHY

 of

WARNE MARION MARSH 

         Born October 26, 1927, Los Angeles, California.  Died December 18, 1987, North Hollywood, California.


 

Compiled by

JACK GOODWIN
 

Layout by
JOOP VAN DER LEIJ


Thanks to the many contributors of
recordings and information, which has helped
make this discography accurate and comprehensive.
 



CONTENTS 

1 - Sessions & Issues 
2 - Index of issues on LP Records
3 - Index of CD's & Videos
 


1 - Sessions & Issues

Explanatory notes;

R = LP recording

PR = Private recording exists

PCD – privately recorded compact disc from original PR
 



 



42/43-00 WARNE MARSH.
Los Angeles, unknown date in 1942 or 1943.

Warne Marsh, ts; Andre Previn, p; Karl Kiffe, d

1 Introduction by Karl Kiffe 0:24
2 HOW HIGH THE MOON 4:02
3 STOMPIN’ AT THE SAVOY (fades at end) 2:46

3 PR


44-0000 HOLLYWOOD CANTEEN KIDS. Short film/Warner Brothers.
'unknown location', Los Angeles, unknown date in 1944.

Youth Big Band, including Warne Marsh, ts; André Previn, p; Karl Kiffe, d.

1 DRUMBOOGIE feat. Karl Kiffe, solo Marsh ?
2 MUTINY IN THE NURSERY unknown female vcl ?
3-? Unknown titles ?

1-? movie (short): "Junior Jive Bombers".


44-01/02 HOLLYWOOD CANTEEN KIDS. Movie Republic/United Artists.
prob.' Republic Studios sound stage', Los Angeles, Jan.- Feb. 1944.

Starring Jane Powell, Edgar Bergen, Charlie McCarthy, Bonita Granville, W.C. Fields.

Youth Big Band, leader Sammy Kaye, incl. Warne Marsh who plays on soundtrack and appears on screen

movie (full-length): "Song Of The Open Road".


45/46-00 THE TEEN-AGERS.
'unknown location', Los Angeles, c. Nov.1945-April 1946.

Youth Big Band, leader Jimmy Higson; incl. Warne Marsh, ts.

1 APPLE HONEY Marsh announced as 'solo tenor player' 2:39

1 PR NBC Radio Broadcast 'The Hoagy Carmichael Show'.
1 CD Storyville STCD-8314


46-0000A HOLLYWOOD CANTEEN KIDS. Short film/MGM?.
'unknown location', Los Angeles, unknown date prob. 1946.

Youth Big Band, incl. Warne Marsh, ts; acc. Kay Thompson & The Williams Brothers, vcl. (Andy, Richard and Robert Williams).

1 Unknown title ?

1 movie (short)


46-0111 HOLLYWOOD CANTEEN KIDS. Short film.
'Paramount Studios', Los Angeles, soundtrack date January 11, 1946.

Youth Big Band, including Warne Marsh, ts; Jimmy Higson, p, leader.

1 Unknown title ts.-solo (probably Marsh) ?

1 movie (short): "Double Rhythm".


46-0000B SECOND GROUP SPECIAL SERVICES BAND, U.S. Army.
'Camp Lee', Virginia, USA, unknown date in 1946.

Personnel included Herb Patnoe, tp; Bill West, tp; Jim Lester, tb, arr.; Don McCrady, tb; Fred Waters, as; Nick Sands, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Gaynor Maxwell, bars; Dick Mitkowski, p; Jimmy Joyner, d; Four Jacks and a WAC, vcl. group; Ed Bailey, vcl. (others unknown).

1 THEME 0:55
2 JUST YOU JUST ME 2:29
3 EXACTLY LIKE YOU 2:27
4 THE WAY YOU LOOK TONIGHT 6:51
5 OODLES OF NOODLES 2:20
6 HOW HIGH THE MOON 1:37
7 DINAH 3:34
8 THIS IS OUR WALTZ 3:15
9 THE ONE I LOVE BELONGS TO SOMEBODY ELSE 1:43
10 JEANNIE (WITH THE LIGHT BROWN HAIR) 2:33
11 OPUS 3 2:19
12 ADIOS 2:23
13 PRELUDE TO A KISS 3:44
14 Medley I DON’T KNOW WHY/WHERE OR WHEN vcl. by Four Jacks & a WAC 3:23
15 GHOST OF A CHANCE 4:11
16 I’VE GOT YOU UNDER MY SKIN vcl. By Ed Bailey 2:12
17 CHEROKEE 1:27
18 SOMEWHERE IN THE NIGHT 3:42
19 TWO SILHOUETTES 3:05
20 I’M THRILLED 2:52
21 HOPELESS OPUS 2:24
22 THE VERY THOUGHT OF YOU 2:03
23 NIGHT AND DAY 1:41
24 THEME 0:25

All track timings include announcer’s tune introduction.

Jim Lester states that all tenor sax solos are by Warne Marsh.

Safford Chamberlain in his book gives three additional tracks:
Prisoner Of Love; When Your Lover Has Gone; My Heart Stood Still
but indicates Marsh does not solo on these.

all PR


48-0700 BUDDY RICH BIG BAND. Short film by Universal-International
Los Angeles, CA. July 1948.
Warne Marsh can be seen sitting in shadow, behind and to the right (as viewed) of Buddy Rich at the drums.

1 movie Time: 7:11mins


48-0717 BUDDY RICH BIG BAND. "AFRS One Night Stand".
'Hollywood Palladium', Hollywood, CA., July 17, 1948.

Charlie Walp, Dale Pearce, Frank LePinto, tp; Johnny Mandell, btp; Rob Swope, Mario Daone, Jack Carmen, tb; Hal McKusick, cl, as; Nick Sands, as; Ben Lary, Warne Marsh, ts; Harvey Levine, bars, bcl; Terry Gibbs, vibes; Jerry Schwartz, p; Charlie Leeds, b; Stanley Kay, d; Buddy Rich, d, vcl; Muriel James, vcl; Eddie Finkle, Jimmy Mundy, Jimmy Giuffre, arr.

1 WHAT'LL I DO 2:35
2 WHAT IS THIS THING CALLED LOVE arr. Neal Hefti 3:44
3 IT'S SO PEACEFUL IN THE COUNTRY 3:30

all CD HEP CD-56


48-0720 BUDDY RICH BIG BAND. "AFRS One Night Stand".
'Hollywood Palladium', Hollywood, CA., July 20, 1948.

Charlie Walp, Dale Pearce, Frank LePinto, tp; Johnny Mandell, btp; Rob Swope, Mario Daone, Jack Carmen, tb; Hal McKusick, cl, as; Nick Sands, as; Ben Lary, Warne Marsh, ts; Harvey Levine, bars, bcl; Terry Gibbs, vibes; Jerry Schwartz, p; Charlie Leeds, b; Stanley Kay, d; Buddy Rich, d, vcl (3,6); Muriel James (2,8), vcl; Eddie Finkle (6), Jimmy Mundy (9), Jimmy Giuffre, arr.

1 FINE AND DANDY 1:49
2 FOR HEAVEN'S SAKE ?
3 I'VE GOT A CRUSH ON YOU ?
4 I MAY BE WRONG 3:13
5 Medley:
WE JUST COULDN'T SAY GOODBYE-into-MY FAIR LADY-into-RAMBLIN' ROSE ?
6 IT'S ABOUT TIME ?
7 FLAMINGO ?
8 BUT NOT FOR ME ?
9 QUEER STREET ?
10 YOU GO TO MY HEAD inc.?

1,4 R HEP 12
1,4 CD HEP CD-12


48-0724 BUDDY RICH BIG BAND. "AFRS One Night Stand".
'Hollywood Palladium', Hollywood, CA., July 24, 1948.

Charlie Walp, Dale Pearce, Frank LePinto, tp; Johnny Mandell, btp; Rob Swope, Mario Daone, Jack Carmen, tb; Hal McKusick, cl, as; Nick Sands, as; Ben Lary, Warne Marsh, ts; Harvey Levine, bars, bcl; Terry Gibbs, vibes; Jerry Schwartz, p; Charlie Leeds, b; Stanley Kay, d; Buddy Rich, d, vcl; Muriel James, vcl; Eddie Finkle, Jimmy Mundy, Jimmy Giuffre, arr.

1 SOUTH 3:45
2 THE CARIOCA 3:17
3 IT'S ABOUT TIME 2:20
4 THOU SWELL 3:56

all CD HEP CD-56


48-0727 BUDDY RICH BIG BAND. "AFRS One Night Stand".
'Hollywood Palladium', Hollywood, CA., July 27, 1948.

Charlie Walp, Dale Pearce, Frank LePinto, tp; Johnny Mandell, btp; Rob Swope, Mario Daone, Jack Carmen, tb; Hal McKusick, cl, as; Nick Sands, as; Ben Lary, Warne Marsh, ts; Harvey Levine, bars, bcl; Terry Gibbs, vibes; Jerry Schwartz, p; Charlie Leeds, b; Stanley Kay, d; Buddy Rich, d, vcl (3,7); Muriel James, vcl (2,5); Eddie Finkle (6), Jimmy Mundy (8), Jimmy Giuffre (4), arr.

1 LITTLE WHITE LIES 2:52
2 HE'S FUNNY THAT WAY ?
3 A MAN COULD BE A WONDERFUL THING ?
4 ROBBIN'S NEST 4:05
5 FOR HEAVEN'S SAKE ?
6 YOU GO TO MY HEAD 3:29
7 PUT 'EM IN A BOX ?
8 QUEER STREET 3:02

1,4,6,8 R HEP 12
1,4,6,8 CD HEP CD-12


48-1026 BUDDY RICH BIG BAND.
'Avalon Ballroom', NYC, October 26, 1948.

Dale Pearce, tp; Tommy Allison, tp; Doug Mettome, tp; Charlie Walp, tp; Mario Daone, tb; Rob Swope, tb; Jack Carmen, tb; Bob Ascher, tb; Hal McKusick, as; Jimmy Giuffre, ts; Ben Lary, ts; Warne Marsh, ts; Harvey Levine, bars; Jerry Schwartz, p; Teddy Kotick, b; Stan Kay, d; Buddy Rich, d; Betty Bleigh, vcl.

1 I'VE GOT NEWS FOR YOU 2:45
2 A MAN COULD BE A WONDERFUL THING 3:13
3 GOOD BAIT 2:52
4 FOUR RICH BROTHERS 3:25
5 THE CARIOCA 2:29

all CD HEP CD-12


48-0000 LENNIE TRISTANO QUINTET. Demo Recording.
'Nola Studios', NYC, unknown date, 1948.

John LaPorta, cl; Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Lennie Tristano, p; Billy Bauer, g; Bill Anthony, b.

1 INDIANA 2:36
2 FINE AND DANDY 2:22

all PR Source - broadcast: Tristano's 70th birthday tribute by Phil Schaap.


49-0000 LENNIE TRISTANO SEXTET.
'Soldier Meyers', Brooklyn, NY, unknown date, 1949.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Lennie Tristano, p; Billy Bauer, g; Arnold Fishkin, b; Jeff Morton, d.

1 FISHIN' AROUND 5:49

1 PR


49-0304 LENNIE TRISTANO SEXTET.
'Capitol Recording Studio', NYC, March 4, 1949.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Lennie Tristano, p; Billy Bauer, g; Arnold Fishkin, b; Harold Granowsky, d.

1 WOW 3413 3:22
2 CROSSCURRENT 3414 2:50

all R Affinity AFF-149 : Cap 57-60003 : Cap 5C052.80853 : Cap CL-13157 : Cap CR-8084 : Cap DAG-135 : Cap ECJ-50.076 : Cap M-11060 : Hot Club de Vienna 1013 : Interplay SNIRCP-25007 : VIP LP-17
all CD Cap CDP 7243 8 52771
1 R Cap H-371 : Cap T-371 : Cap LC-6598
2 R Cap EAP1-491 : Cap K-41549 : Smithsonian P6-11891 (1st Ed.) : Telefunken 80177
2 CD GoJ CD-53149


49-0516 LENNIE TRISTANO SEXTET.
NYC, May 16, 1949.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Lennie Tristano, p; Billy Bauer, g; Arnold Fishkin, b; Denzil Best, d.

1 MARIONETTE 3784 3:05
2 SAX OF A KIND 3785 3:01
3 INTUITION 3786 2:30
4 DIGRESSION 3787 3:07

all R Affinity AFF-149 : Cap 5C052.80853 : Cap CR-8084 : Cap DAG-135 : Cap ECJ-50.076 : Cap M-11060 : Interplay SNIRCP-25007 : VIP LP-17
all CD Cap CDP 7243 8 52771: Classics 1290/CD: Proper Box 64
1,3,4 CD GoJ CD-53149 (as Disgression)
1,2 R Cap 57-60013
1 R Cap H-371 : Cap T-371 : Cap IJ-060-80156 : Cap K-83091 : Cap LC-6598 : Cap T-796 : Franklin Mint FM Jazz-061 : Hot Club de Vienna 1013 : Telefunken 80177
2-4 R Cap EAP1-491 : Capitol K-41549 : Telefunken K-41549
3 R Cap 1224 : Cap CL-13456 : Cap T-20578 : Franklin Mint FM Jazz-097 : Telefunken C-80263


49-0628 LEE KONITZ QUINTET.
NYC, June 28, 1949.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Sal Mosca, p; Arnold Fishkin, b; Denzil Best, d.

1 UNTITLED JRC 28 ?
2 UNTITLED JRC 29 ?
3 MARSHMALLOW JRC 30G 2:53
4 FISHIN' AROUND JRC 31D 3:45

1,2 rejected
3,4 R Barclay 74014 : Barclay BLP-84062 : Esq 32-027 : Esq EP-15 : Gazell 2003 : HMV FELP-100.008 : Melodisc 1111 : Metronome MEP-44 : New Jazz NJ-807 : OJC 186 : Prestige 807 : Prestige EP-1314 : Prestige LP-101 : Prestige LP-7004 : Prestige LP-7250 : Prestige P-24081 : Prestige/Fantasy OM-2008 : Prestige SMJ-6522 : VSM FELP-10013 : Xtra 5049
3,4 CD OJC 186
3 R Musica Jazz 2MJP-1032
3 CD Storyville STCD-8314


49-0927 LEE KONITZ QUINTET.
NYC, September 27, 1949.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Sal Mosca, p; Arnold Fishkin, b; Jeff Morton, d.

1 TAUTOLOGY JRC.39F 2:53
2 SOUND LEE JRC.40B 4:04

all R Barclay 74014 : Barclay BLP-84062 : Esq 32-027 : Esq EP-15 : Gazell 2003 : HMV FELP-100.008 : Melodisc 1111 : Metronome MEP-44 : New Jazz NJ-813 : OJC 186 : Prestige 813 : Prestige EP-1314 : Prestige LP-101 : Prestige LP-7004 : Prestige LP-7250 : Prestige P-24081 : Prestige/Fantasy OM-2008 : Prestige SMJ-6522 : VSM FELP-10013 : Xtra 5049
all CD OJC 186
1 CD Storyville STCD-8314
2 R Musica Jazz 2MJP-1018
2 CD GoJ CD-53182


49-1225 LENNIE TRISTANO SEXTET. "Stars Of Modern Jazz" concert.
'Carnegie Hall', NYC, December 25, 1949.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Lennie Tristano, p; Billy Bauer, g; Joe Shulman, b; Jeff Morton, d, 'Symphony' Sid Torin, m.c.

1 YOU GO TO MY HEAD 4:30
2 SAX OF A KIND 5:10

Note: Originally a "Voice Of America" radio broadcast.

all R Braba BB-01 : Charlie Parker Records CP-2 : Dan Records VC-5013 : IAJRC LP-20 : VOA CP-02 : VOA ET-J65
all CD Jass Records J-CD-16 : Milan CH-556
1 CD GoJ CD-53149 (gives 49-1224)
2 R VOA ET-JC21
2 CD GoJ CD-53259


49-1200 LENNIE TRISTANO QUINTET.
'Birdland', NYC, c. Dec. 15-31, 1949.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lennie Tristano, p; Billy Bauer, g; Arnold Fishkin, b; Jeff Morton, d.

1 REMEMBER 8:11
2 PENNIES 5:38
3 FOOLISH THINGS 3:55
4 INDIANA 5:26
5 I'M NO GOOD WITHOUT YOU 4:12

Note: On cover JR-1 Tristano is credited as being 'the composer' of all 5 tunes. Recorded by Arnold Fishkin. The beginning of -1 and -2 missing from the original tape, were edited-in from a copy made on a wire recorder from the original tape.

all R Jazz Records JR-1
all CD Jazz Records JR-1CD


50-0000 LENNIE TRISTANO SEXTET.
Unknown location, NYC, unknown date probably in 1950.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Lennie Tristano, p; Billy Bauer, g; unknown, b & d.

1 WOW 8:27
2 REMEMBRANCE 3:53
3 APRIL FOOL 9:51
4 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 3:51
5 FUGUE IN D MINOR -1 (BWV 899-1) as, ts & b only 1:04
6 CHORD INTERLUDE p-solo 0:27
7 SOUND-LEE 7:52
8 DO THE THINGS YOU DO 3:32
9 NO FIGS 7:42

all CD Jazz Records JR-9CD


50-0300 HADDA BROOKS.
NYC, c. March, 1950.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Hadda Brooks, p; unknown, b & d.

1 HADDA'S BOOGIE DLGF-50286 2:55

Warne Marsh and Lee Konitz are confined to playing written riffs on this track and
do not play on the other track of this 78 record - “I Hadn’t Anyone ‘Till You”

all R London 30116


51-0000 WARNE MARSH & LLOYD LIFTON.
NYC, unknown date, 1951.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lloyd Lifton, p. (metronome in background)

1 SOMEBODY LOVES ME 3:22

1 PR


51-0427 KAI WINDING QUINTET.
NYC, April 27, 1951.

Kai Winding, tb; Warne Marsh, ts; Billy Taylor, p; Jack Lesberg, b; Charlie Perry, d; Melvin Moore voc *

1 DEEP PURPLE * LD 8050 2:42
2 YOU'RE BLASÉ * LD 8051 2:43
3 I'M SHOOTING HIGH LD 8052 2:53
4 MOONSHOWER LD 8053 2:41

all R Xanadu 172 (tracks 3 & 4 Marsh solos only)
all CD Cool & Blue CD-110
1,3 R Cosmopolitan 300 : IAJRC LP-15 (as from 51-0527)


52-0717 LENNIE TRISTANO QUINTET In Concert.
'United Jewish People's Order Hall', Toronto, Canada, July 17, 1952. Producer Dick Wattam.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Lennie Tristano, p; Peter Ind, b; Al Levitt, d.

1 LENNIE'S PENNIES 6:08
2 317 EAST 32ND STREET 8:26
3 YOU GO TO MY HEAD 6:36
4 APRIL 7:40
5 SOUND-LEE 7:31
6 BACK HOME 7:45

all R Jazz Records JR-5
all CD Jazz Records JR-5 CD


52-1214 LIGHTHOUSE ALL STARS
The Lighthouse Café, 31 Pier Avenue, Hermosa Beach, CA. November 30, 1952.

Shorty Rodgers, tp; Warne Marsh, ts; Jimmy Giuffre, ts; Milt Bernhart, tb; Frank Patchen, p; Howard Rumsey, b; Shelly Manne, d.

1.  Moten Swing
2.  Round Robin
3.  Love For Sale  (Warne Marsh out)
4.  I'll Remember April    8:42
5.  Not Really the Blues
6.  Ballade (Warne Marsh out))
7.  Indiana  (Warne Marsh and rhythm only)
8.  Jumpin' with Symphony Sid
9.  I'll Be Around  (vocal by Gloria Faye)
10.  Topsy

Recorded by Bob Andrews.

1 PR


52-1223 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'The Haig Club', Hollywood, CA., December 23, 1952.

Warne Marsh, ts; Hampton Hawes, p; Joe Mondragon, b; Shelly Manne, d.

1 FINE AND DANDY 7:12
2 YOU GO TO MY HEAD 8:50
3 I CAN'T BELIEVE THAT YOU'RE IN LOVE WITH ME 9:45
4 BUZZY 7:15
5 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 5:19
6 I'LL REMEMBER APRIL 7:09
7 I GOT RHYTHM 6:19

Recorded by Bob Andrews.

all R Xanadu 151


53-0709 METRONOME ALL STARS.
NYC, July 9, 1953.

Roy Eldridge, tp; Kai Winding, tb; John LaPorta, cl; Warne Marsh, Lester Young, ts; Terry Gibbs, vibes; Teddy Wilson, p; Billy Bauer, g; Eddie Safranski, b; Max Roach, d; Billy Eckstine, voc.

1a HOW HIGH THE MOON, PR. 1 53S-507 2:38
1b HOW HIGH THE MOON, PR. 2 53S-508 2:38
2a ST.LOUIS BLUES, PR.1 53S-509 3:15
2b ST.LOUIS BLUES, PR.2 53S-510 3:00

all R Metro 2348.124 : MGM X-1078 : MGM E-3176 : MGM EMG-03 : MGM MM-2095 : MGM 109 : MGM EP-574 : MGM EP-63014 : MGM 2353.071 : Swingtime ST-1015
all CD Moon MCD-048 : Verve 819.442
1a,1b R Verve 2615.044
2a,2b R Metro 2355.013 : Metro 2356.015 : MGM 11573 : MGM 692 : MGM SP-1060 : Radio TV Beograd RBT-4329
2a,2b CD Verve 840.029
2b R Official 3035
2b CD Makin' Friends 19541.2
2b CD RCA 74321.19.541


54-0300 WARNE MARSH-TED BROWN QUINTET.
'Apartment of Phyllis Terrazzano', March 1954.

Warne Marsh, ts; Ted Brown, ts; Phyllis Terrazzano, p; Ronnie Ball, p; Jean Nelson, b; Jeff Morton, d.

Explanation by Ted Brown:

1 DONNA LEE 6:27
Ted: "Phyllis comping behind me on 'Donna Lee' - then Ronnie slides in behind Warne and plays balance of tune"
2 I'LL SEE YOU IN MY DREAMS 8:08
Ted: "Phyllis comping behind me on 'See You In My Dreams' - then Ronnie slides in for his solo. Then Phyllis plays in back of me again. Ronnie takes another solo. Then trading 4's. Ronnie is on the right side of the bench playing melodies and Phyllis on left playing chords”.

Note: Ted married Phyllis Terrazzano in August, 1956.
all PR Cassette received from Ted Brown (Sep 1996.)


54-0400 LEE KONITZ with WARNE MARSH
'Storyville Club', Copley Square Hotel, Boston, MASS., probably April., 1954.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Ronnie Ball, p; Peter Ind, b; Jeff Morton, d.

1 BOP GOES THE LEESEL 4:11
2 YOU GO TO MY HEAD 2:35
3 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 3:09

all CD JAZZBANK/Archives MTCJ-1036 (Jap)


55-0614 LEE KONITZ SEXTET.
NYC, June 14, 1955.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Sal Mosca, p; Billy Bauer, g; Oscar Pettiford, b; Kenny Clarke, d.

1 TWO NOT ONE 1573 5:23
2 THERE'LL NEVER BE ANOTHER YOU 1574 4:43
3 DONNA LEE 1575 6:12
4 DON'T SQUAWK 1576 7:10
5 TOPSY 1577 Mosca out 5:23
6 I CAN'T GET STARTED 1578 Mosca out 3:53
7 BACKGROUND MUSIC 1579 5:45

all R Atlantic LP-1217 : Atlantic 90050 : Atlantic 590.020 : Atlantic 50298-ULP : Atlantic P-6071A : Atlantic P-4549A : London LTZ-K.15025 : Mosaic MQ10-174 : Mus LPM-2007
all CD Atlantic 30XD-1033 : Atlantic 8122-75356 : Mosaic MD6-174
1,6 R Atlantic EP-552 : Metronome MEP-253
1 R Franklin Mint FM Jazz-061
1 CD GoJ CD-53182
2,4-6 R I Grandi del Jazz 43
3,5 R Atlantic EP-551 : Metronome MEP-252
3 R New World NW-242
5 R Atlantic R2-71726
6 R Atlantic 81705


55-0621 LEE KONITZ-WARNE MARSH SEXTET.
'Coastal Studios', NYC, June 21, 1955.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Ronnie Ball, p; Billy Bauer, g; Oscar Pettiford, b; Kenny Clarke, d.

1 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 1580 -
2 I SAW YOU LAST NIGHT 1581 -
3 RONNIE'S LINE 1582 3:05

Note: This session has often been dated as June 15, but the original Atlantic log book clearly states that it took place on June 21.

1,2 Atlantic unissued (masters don't exist anymore)
3 R Atlantic EP-552 : Atlantic LP-1217 : Atlantic 90050 : Atlantic 590.020 : Atlantic 50298-ULP : Atlantic P-6071A : Atlantic P-4549A : London LTZ-K15025 : Metronome MEP-253 : Mosaic MQ10-174 : Mus LPM-2007
3 CD Atlantic 30XD-1033 : Atlantic 8122-75356 : Mosaic MD6-174 : Fresh Sound FSRCD-570


55-0716 LEE KONITZ-WARNE MARSH QUINTET At The Newport Jazz Festival. VOA-RB.
''Freebody Park', Newport, R.I., July 16, 1955.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Russ Freeman, p; Bob Carter, b; Buzzy Drootin, d.

1 TWO NOT ONE 6:16
2 SWEET AND LOVELY 2:20

1-2 PR broadcast by Voice Of America (1 announced as 'Colourus'; 2 incomplete.)
1 CD Philology W 65


56-0800 WARNE MARSH QUINTET.
'The Haig', Hollywood, CA., August, 1956.

Warne Marsh, Don Overberg, g; Ronnie Ball, p; Ben Tucker, b; Jeff Morton, d.

1 THREE LITTLE WORDS * 2:59 / inc. 2:24
2 DON'T BLAME ME * 3:01 / 3:05
3 CRAZY, SHE CALLS ME * 3:53 / 3:48
4 FEATHERBED * 5:47 / 5:40
5 SWEET AND LOVELY * 5:08 / 5:13
6 BACK HOME 3:56
7 SLOW BOAT TO CHINA 2:24
8 MY OLD FLAME 3:12
9 SMOG EYES 5:08
10 IF I HAD YOU 4:03
11 OOPS! * (aka Citrus season / Limehouse Blues) * 4:00 / 4:05

Note: Timings shown are from a pitch controlled tape and are of the music content only - audience applause omitted.
* indicates timings of another circulating tape, (title of -11 as "Juan Don"); title -1 also seems to miss some bars at beginning .

all PR Recorded by Ronnie Ball. Tape owned now by Peter Ind (total 16 tunes).


56-1003+ WARNE MARSH QUINTET. "Jazz Of Two Cities" and “Winds Of Marsh”
'Radio Recorders', Los Angeles, CA., Oct. 3 (IM-1159/62) & Oct.11 1956.(Prod. Albert Marx).

Warne Marsh, Ted Brown, ts; Ronnie Ball, p; Ben Tucker, b; Jeff Morton, d.

1 QUINTESSENCE IM-1159 mono + stereo release 4:13
2 SMOG EYES IM-1160 mono + stereo release 3:32
3-a LOVER MAN no number alt. take, unissued ?
3-b LOVER MAN a.t. 'out-take' stereo release 4:25
3-c LOVER MAN IM-1161 composite, mono release 4:27
4-a EAR CONDITIONING no number alt. take, unissued ?
4-b EAR CONDITIONING a.t. 'out-take' stereo release 5:12
4-c EAR CONDITIONING IM-1162 composite, mono release 5:15
5 DIXIE'S DILEMMA IM-1201 mono + stereo release 4:21
6-a JAZZ OF TWO CITIES IM-1202 mono release 4:36
6-b JAZZ OF TWO CITIES a.t. 'out-take' stereo release 4:33
7-a I NEVER KNEW IM-1203 mono release 5:04
7-b I NEVER KNEW a.t. 'out-take' stereo release 5:00
8 THESE ARE THE THINGS I LOVE IM-1204 mono + stereo release 3:58

Note-1: Ted Brown (Aug. 1993 / Nov. 2003):

In the recording studio 2 sets of equipment were running, concurrently, for mono and stereo recording. The "stereo set'" was not intended for release because of the very few home-stereo equipment in use, and was stored as such.
After recording alternate takes of (at least) 4 titles, the following was decided.
A: Marsh preferred his solo of "4-a" ( Ear Conditioning, unissued.), and that part was spliced with "4-b" resulting in "4-c". (This "4-c" becoming the 'original' mono release on : Imp LP-9027and its equivalents.).
B: Ball preferred his solo of "3-a" (Lover Man, unissued), and that part was spliced with "3-b" resulting in composite "3-c".( Also as previously mentioned for Imp LP-9027.).
C: The takes numbered IM-1202 (item "6-a") and IM-1203 (item "7-a"), were also chosen (unspliced !) for the original mono release on Imp LP-9027 together with items 1,2,5,8.
D: The "stereo-set", containing the original stereo recordings of items 1,2,5,8, and the "out-takes" 3-b, 4-b, 6-b, and 7-b was issued later by Imperial as Imp (S)LP-12013.
E: The equivalent of this "stereo-set" (Imp (S)LP-12013) is released on CD in 1993 by Toshiba-EMI-Liberty numbered TOCJ-5444.

Note-2: Matrix numbers assigned by Imperial label. (NB.. This numbering system gives the impression that the unissued alternative takes were not numbered, and that IM-1161 and 1162 must belong to "3-c" and '4-c", the composites for the original mono release).

Note-3: Item -h (These Are The Things I Love) also titled “Tchaikovsky's Opus 42, 3rd Movement”.

Note-4: The -small- differences in duration are rather due to playing- than recording equipment.

1,2,3-c,4-c,5,6-a,7-a,8 R Blue Note(F) BNP-25106 : Imperial. LP-9027 : Liberty(J) LR-8055 : London(E) P-15080
1,2,3-b,4-b,5,6-b,7-b,8 R Imperial (S)LP-12013 – as “Winds Of Marsh”
1,2,3-b,4-b,5,6-b,7-b,8 CD Liberty TOCJ-5444
1,2,3-b,4-b,5,6-a,b,7-a,b,8 CD Fresh Sound FSR-CD 342 (2 CD's) / tracks 13 & 14 are 6-a & 7-a
all but 3-a, 4-a (both uniss.) CD Cap CDP 7243 8 52771.
1 & 4c CD Fresh Sound FRCD-570


56-1024 WARNE MARSH QUINTET.
'Radio Recorders', Hollywood, CA., October 24, 1956.

Warne Marsh, Ted Brown, ts; Ronnie Ball, p; Ben Tucker, b; Jeff Morton, d.

1 BEN BLEW 3:40
2 TIME'S UP 3:09
3 EARFUL 4:37
4 BLACK JACK 3:17

all R Kapp KXL 5001 : Fresh Sound FSR-252282
all CD Fresh Sound FSR-CD 342
1,2 R London LTZ-R 15083
3,4 R London LTZ-R 15084
2-4 CD Discovery DSC-945 (mis-titles “UP TEMPO”, “DECISIONS” and “CASINO” resp.)
2,3 CD Fresh Sound FSRCD-570


56-09/11 RICK JONES FOUR.
Unknown Location, Los Angeles, Autumn 1956.

Warne Marsh, ts; Ronnie Ball, p; Ben Tucker, b; Rick Jones, d; Gwen Johnson, vcl (2), The Galanlads Vocal Group (2).

1 SWINGIN' 2:34
2 NOW HEAR THIS 2:46

Note: Two records with same number exist. One has both above titles; the second has 'Swingin' on one side and a different band on side 2. (Name ARJAY suggests own label of Rick Jones)

all R ARJAY RJ-103b/a : Essar SR-1009 : PIV-Records 1004 (all 45 rpm singles)


56-1126 ART PEPPER - WARNE MARSH QUINTET. 'The Way It Was'.
'Contemporary Studio', Los Angeles, CA., November 26, 1956.

Art Pepper, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Ronnie Ball, p; Ben Tucker, b; Gary Frommer, d.

1 I CAN'T BELIEVE THAT YOU'RE IN LOVE WITH ME 5:23
2 I CAN'T BELIEVE THAT YOU'RE IN LOVE WITH ME a.t. 5:33
3 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 6:32
4 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE a.t. 6:26
5 WHAT'S NEW? Marsh out 4:04
6 AVALON 3:50
7 TICKLE TOE 4:50
8 WARNIN', take 1 6:06
9 WARNIN', take 2 5:50
10 STOMPING AT THE SAVOY Marsh out 5:50

1-10 (all) CD ConCar 98.646 : ConJVC VICJ-23640 : ConVic VDJ-1577 : Con S-9001 : Con VDJ-1777 : Con VICJ-0290
1-5,7 CD OJCCD- 389 (has also 3 tracks of other Pepper sessions)
1,3,5,7 R Con GXC-3155 : Con LAX-3131 : Con M-3630 : Con S-7630 : OJC 389
1,5,8 CD Con VDJ-1593
3 or 4 ? CD Prestige PRCD-11010
1,3,5-7,9,10 CD Lone Hill Jazz LHJ-10236 (wrongly as The Complete Free Wheeling Sessions / as from Nov. 26, 1956 See 56-1221).


56-1221 TED BROWN SEXTET.  'Free Wheeling'.
Los Angeles, CA., December 21, 1956.

Art Pepper, as; Ted Brown, ts; Warne Marsh, ts; Ronnie Ball, p; Ben Tucker, b; Jeff Morton, d.

1 ARETHA 4:57
2 LONG GONE 4:48
3 ONCE WE WERE YOUNG omit as 3:48
4 FOOLIN' MYSELF 4:33
5 AVALON 3:04
6 ON A SLOW BOAT TO CHINA omit as 5:17
7 CRAZY SHE CALLS ME omit as 4:17
8 BROADWAY 6:00
9 ARRIVAL 3:48

all R Vanguard GXC-3121 : Vanguard K20P-6183 : Vanguard LAX-3075M : Vanguard SR(M)-3146 : Vanguard VRS-8515
all CD Vanguard 662.089 : Vanguard K32Y-6090 : Lone Hill Jazz - LHJ10236
all R Vanguard VSD-23049
8 CD Storyville STCD-8314
1,9 CD Fresh Sound FSRCD-570


57-0200 WARNE MARSH-TED BROWN QUINTET.
'Whisling's Modern Jazz Room’, 6507 Sunset Boulevard, Hollywood, CA., Feb. 1957.

Warne Marsh, ts; Ted Brown, ts; Ronnie Ball, p; Ben Tucker, b; Jeff Morton, d.

1 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 8:04
2 THE BEST THING FOR YOU IS ME 5:50
3 AU PRIVAVE into BOP GOES THE LEESEL 5:52
4 FEATHERBED 5:35
5 LOVE ME OR LEAVE ME 6:31
6 EASY TO LOVE 6:28
7 OOPS! 5:50
8 MEMORIES OF YOU 5:07
9 SMOG EYES 5:43
10 OUT OF NOWHERE /317 EAST 32ND STREET 4:44

all PR Recorded by Ronnie Ball.
all CD Marshmallow Export (Jap) MMEX-148-CD


57-0311 WARNE MARSH QUINTET, part of ABC-TV broadcast recordings.
'KABC Television Studios, Hollywood, CA., March 11, 1957.

1-3, 6-7: Warne Marsh, Ted Brown, ts; Ronnie Ball, p; Ben Tucker, b; Jeff Morton, d.
4, 5: Ann Richards, vcl, acc. by Eddie Beal, p; unknown bass & drums

1 AU PRIVAVE 1:33
2 AD LIBIDO 2:28
3 THESE ARE THE THINGS I LOVE includes a demo of improvisation on scales 5:57
4 YOU TOOK ADVANTAGE OF ME 1:59
5 SOFTLY 2:44
6 BACKGROUND MUSIC includes a simulation of a recording session 4:23
7 BOP GOES THE LEESEL 2:28

Note: Part of series “Stars of Jazz” hosted by Bobby Troup.
Note: Ad Libido not the same as on 57-0900B.

all TV BR PR
1-3, 6-7 CD Fresh Sound FSR-CD 342 – omits recording session simulation and Leesel misspelled as "Leasel"


57-0900 JOE ALBANY. 'The Right Combination'.
Long Beach, Los Angeles, CA., c. September 1957.

Warne Marsh, ts; Joe Albany, p; Von (Bob) Whitlock, b; Ralph Garretson (b-d), d / brushes.

1 DAAHOUD 5:50
2 ANGEL EYES 5:57
3 I LOVE YOU 8:17
4 BODY AND SOUL 8:04
5 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE 4:50
6 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 7:04
7 THE NEARNESS OF YOU Marsh out 2:00

all R OJC 1749 : Riverside RLP.12-270 : Riverside RS-3023 : Riverside SMJ-6071M
all CD OJC 1749
4 CD Storyville STCD-8314 (duration 4:21 ??? / doesn't mention Whitlock)


57-0919 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
Los Angeles, CA., September 19 1957.

Warne Marsh, ts; Ronnie Ball, p; Red Mitchell, b; Stan Levey, d.

1 YOU ARE TOO BEAUTIFUL 5:29
2 AUTUMN IN NEW YORK 4:52
3 PLAYA DEL REY 4:47
4 AD LIBIDO 4:22
5 EVERYTHING HAPPENS TO ME 6:38
6 IT'S ALL RIGHT WITH ME 4:12

Note: Ad Libido not the same as on 57-0100.

all R Criss 1004 : Mode LP-125 : VSOP No. 8
all CD Mode TFCL-88910 : Tofrec TFCL-88910 : VSOP VAP Inc 85022-30
3,6 CD Storyville STCD-8314 (gives date as above / item 3: 4:54)
4 CD Fresh Sound FSRCD-570


57-1007 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'Galleon Room', Dana Point, CA., October 7, 1957.

Warne Marsh, ts; Joe Albany, p; Von (Bob) Whitlock, b; Red Martinson, d.

1 THESE ARE THE THINGS I LOVE 4:22
2 DAAHOUD  (misspelled "Dahoud" on VSOP Issue)  6:44
3 NOW'S THE TIME 4:11
4 BILLIE'S BOUNCE 6:15
5 BODY AND SOUL 9:25
6 LIMEHOUSE BLUES 7:11
7 OUR LOVE IS HERE TO STAY 6:19
8 I'VE GOT YOU UNDER MY SKIN 5:50
9 ONCE IN A WHILE 5:11
10 NIGHT AND DAY 4:45
11 MY LITTLE SUEDE SHOES 7:34
12 DARN THAT DREAM 4:57
13 AFTER YOU'VE GONE (incomplete)  3:29
14 EASY TO LOVE 4:31
15 S'WONDERFUL 5:47
16 TEA FOR TWO 5:20
17 THE SONG IS YOU 5:16
18 THE WAY YOU LOOK TONIGHT 6:44

all PR Tape owned by Geraldyne Marsh
1 – 10 CD 1 VSOP 112
11 –18 CD 2 VSOP 112


57-10/11 RONNIE BALL SEXTET.
Los Angeles, CA., poss. Oct./Nov. 1957.

Rolf Ericson, tp; Warne Marsh, ts; Ronnie Ball, p; Don Overburg, g; Red Mitchell, b; Stan Levey, d.

1-? Unknown titles ?

Note: see 'Jazz Journal', 5/83, p. 20; see "An Unsung Cat-The Life and Music of Warne Marsh" by Safford Chamberlain, pages 120/121. (Scarecrow Press, Inc. 4720 Boston Way, Lanham, Maryland).

1-? Recorded by Mode


57-1212 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'Atlantic Studios', NYC, December 12, 1957.

Warne Marsh, ts; Ronnie Ball, p; Paul Chambers, b; Philly Joe Jones, d.

1 WILL YOU STILL BE MINE 2869 -
2 THE BEST THINGS IN LIFE ARE FREE 2870 -
3 TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT 2871 3:46
4 IT'S ALL RIGHT WITH ME 2872 8:15
5 TUNE UP 2873 -

Note: 'TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT' is a truncated performance. It appeared in this form on the original album release (Atlantic SD-1291).

1,2,5 unissued (masters no longer exist)
3,4 R Atlantic LP-1291 : Atlantic SD-1291 : Atlantic P-4573 : Atlantic P-6136A : Mosaic MQ10-174
3,4 CD Mosaic MD6-174: Lonehill Jazz CD LHJ 10342


58-0116 WARNE MARSH TRIO.
NYC, January 16, 1958.

Warne Marsh, ts; Paul Chambers, b; Paul Motian, d.

1 YARDBIRD SUITE 2908 4:59
2 MY MELANCHOLY BABY 2909 6:51
3 EXCERPT 2910 3:31
4 JUST SQUEEZE ME 2911 6:36
5 unknown title 2912 -

Note: 'EXCERPT' is a truncated performance. It appeared in this form on the original album release (Atlantic SD-1291).

1-4 R Atlantic LP-1291 : Atlantic SD-1291 : Atlantic P-4573 : Atlantic P-6136A : Mosaic MQ10-174
1-4 CD Mosaic MD6-174: Lonehill Jazz CD LHJ 10342
1,4 R Metronome MEP-462
5 unissued (master no longer exists)


58-0514 LEE KONITZ - WARNE MARSH.
Educational Program: 'The Subject Is Jazz', NBC-TV. NYC, May 14, 1958.

Don Elliott, tp (2,7), mell (1, 3,6), vibes (4, 7); Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Billy Taylor, p; Mundell Lowe, g; Eddie Safranski, b; Ed Thigpen, d; Gilbert Seldes, presentation.

1 MOVE (introduction with announcer's voice over) 0:45
- introduction by Seldes 0:53
2 GODCHILD 2:56
- explanation by Seldes ('cool' versus 'bop') with samples of Prez, Miles ('Boplicity') and Lennie
- Tristano ('Wow') and Seldes + Billy Taylor trio (p, g, d) 6:05
3 LADY BIRD/HALF NELSON 4:18
4 EVER SO EASY 2:48
5 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE Elliott out 2:28
- discussion between Seldes and Konitz 2:48
6 MOVE 3:06
- talk by Seldes 0:35
7 SIGN-OFF BLUES (with voice over) 1:32

Note: Also broadcast on a later date, by National Public Radio (NPR).

Note: Another video film ("A Fat Lady Production") of the Lee Konitz Quartet / Live at The Village Vanguard, 1984, contains an insert of approx. 7 min (dated 1954!), consisting of 'Move' (3:06) / the discussion of Konitz by Gilbert Seldes / 'Subconscious-Lee' (2:28).

all TVBr TV Education Films.
5,6 Video "A Fat Lady Production" of the Lee Konitz 4 / Live at The Village Vanguard, 1984.


58-0700 LEE KONITZ - WARNE MARSH. "Bandstand USA"-RB.
'Half Note', NYC, c. July, 1958.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Nobby Totah, b; Paul Motian, d.

1 YARDBIRD SUITE 3:22
2 TOPSY 6:19
3 'ROUND MIDNIGHT 3:28
4 317 EAST 32ND STREET 4:10
5 BILLIE'S BOUNCE 6:51
6 BACKGROUND MUSIC 3:56
7 BILLIE’S BOUNCE (2) 3:06
8 WILL YOU STILL BE MINE Marsh out 3:45
9 CHEEK TO CHEEK Konitz out 3:19
10 I CAN'T GET STARTED 5:47
11 TWO NOT ONE inc. 0:50
12 APRIL 4:10

1-12 PR (Probably two or more broadcasts)


58-0809 LENNIE TRISTANO QUARTET.
'Half Note', NYC, August 9, 1958.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lennie Tristano, p; Henry Grimes, b; Paul Motian, d.

1 I'LL REMEMBER APRIL ('APRIL") 4:20
2 SHE'S FUNNY THAT WAY 3:54
3 MY MELANCHOLY BABY 5:40
4 EVERYTHING HAPPENS TO ME inc. 0:50

Note: Recorded and broadcast by unknown US-radio; issued for radio program use as "Amalgamated Music Acetates".
Note: Bombasi 11:235 produced by Boris Rose; -1 as 'April', - 4 not on sleeve.
Note: Jazz Records 06 gives: -1: as 'Continuity' and -3: as 'My Baby'; durations: -1: 4:05; -2: 3:46; -3: 5:27; recording date c. 58-1000!

all R Bombasi 11:235 : Jazz Records JR-06
all CD Jazz Records 06-CD


58-1222 WARNE MARSH - Loft Session.
821 Sixth Avenue, NYC, December 22, 1958.

Bob Brookmeyer, v.tb; unknown, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Zoot Sims, ts; Gerry Mulligan, bars; Dave McKenna, p; Bill Crow, b; Nobby Totah, b; Dick Scott, d.

1 I GOT RHYTHM 11:03
2 AFTER YOU'VE GONE 15:00
3 THE WAY YOU LOOK TONIGHT 12:42
4 BLUES in F (slow) 14:38
5 MOTEN SWING inc. 5:59

Note: Earlier information incorrectly gave Gary Hawkins, d.

all PR


59-0217/24 LEE KONITZ-WARNE MARSH QUINTET.
'The Half Note’, NYC, February 17 & 24, 1959.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Bill Evans (*), p; Jimmy Garrison, b; Paul Motian, d.

Note: The following 42 tracks were recorded by Peter Ind on the two Tuesday nights of a two week engagement when Bill Evans replaced Lennie Tristano who had commitments to teach. In the early 70's, Connie Crothers made an edited tape (with Marsh's solos only) at the request of Lennie Tristano who wanted a solo tape of Warne's playing from that date.  Warne Marsh ultimately gave a copy of this tape to Bill Hardy of Revelation Records and the tracks were issued on LP's, i.e. 20 excerpts on Revelation 22 (issued 1974) and 14 on Revelation 27 (issued 1977) under the title “Warne Marsh: The Art Of Improvising”. In 1994 Verve issued 12 complete tracks on the 2 CD set "Lee Konitz Live at the Half Note" - Verve 521 659-2. However, all of the original tracks have circulated amongst collectors for some time in a condition which required editing. This has now been done. Since we have no knowledge of the dating or sequence of each track between the two sessions, we have divided all tracks into two parts (21 tracks - 3 sets? - per evening). Two titles were recorded three times. We assume one version was played as a daily sound check (listed as track 1 below).
In early September 2004 my co-worker in Holland, Joop van der Leij, consulted guitarist/arranger Axel Hagen to analyse the origin of the Revelation excerpts. These results are included in the following summaries (22 and 27 indicating the two LP’s - Revelation 22 and 27).

Assumed program A:

1 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 27-track 10 7:42
2 PALO ALTO * 22-track 1 9:13
3 HOW ABOUT YOU? * 9:15
4 MY MELANCHOLY BABY * 27-track 1 6:54
5 SCRAPPLE FROM THE APPLE * 22-track 5 7:53
6 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM * 22-track 4 7:39
7 317 E. 32ND * 27-track 2 7:44
8 APRIL * 22-track 6 8:44
9 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE * 22-track 2 8:09
10 JUST FRIENDS * WM out 5:40
11 BABY, BABY ALL THE TIME * WM no solo 8:31
12 LENNIE-BIRD * (also private 2nd copy, incl false start / 9:31) 8:39
13 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE * 22-track 3 7:41
14 BACK HOME 22-track 19 6:41
15 HALF NELSON 22-track 20 6:41
16 TANGERINE 27-track 4 6:25
17 YARDBIRD SUITE 27-track 6 7:36
18 BODY AND SOUL * 7:15
19 BACKGROUND MUSIC 27-track 11 8:26
20 WILL YOU STILL BE MINE? 27-track 7 9:02
21 PENNIES IN MINOR 27-track 14 inc. 6:34

2-13 CD Verve 521 659-2 (2CDs) Jazz Lips 760 (2 CD-set / + 8 titles of 76-0315)
14,15 PCD (A) private CD-A/ see next Revelation listings
16,17,19,20 PCD (B) private CD-B/ see next Revelation listings
1,21 PCD (C) private CD-C/ see next Revelation listings
18 PCD (D) private CD-D/ see next Revelation listings

Assumed program B:

1 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE 7:50
2 HOW ABOUT YOU 22-track 10 6:29
3 SCRAPPLE FROM THE APPLE 22-track 11 5:09
4 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 22-track 17 7:53
5 317 E. 32nd 27-track 9 8:31
6 APRIL 22-track 18 10:26
7 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE 22-track 14 (ens.) / 22-track 16 (solo) 6:57
8 YESTERDAYS WM out 5:25
9 BABY, BABY ALL THE TIME 22-track 12 7:04
10 LENNIE BIRD 22-track 8 8:33
11 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 27-track 8 9:51
12 TWO NOT ONE 22-track 13 inc. 7:46
13 BACK HOME * 22-track 7 7:53
14 HALF NELSON * 22-track 15 8:15
15 THE SONG IS YOU 22-track 9 10:30
16 LOVERMAN WM out 4:35
17 YARDBIRD SUITE * 27-track 12 9:32
18 WILL YOU STILL BE MINE? * WM out 6:37
19 PENNIES IN MINOR 27-track 5 6:23
20 'ROUND MIDNIGHT 5:00
21 FISHIN' AROUND * 27-track 3 7:04

4,6,8,9,10,12,15 PCD (A) private CD-A/ see next Revelation listings
1,2,3,5,11,16 PCD (B) private CD-B/ see next Revelation listings
7,19,20 PCD (C) private CD-C/ see next Revelation listings
13,14,17,18,21 PCD (D) private CD-D/ see next Revelation listings

Excerpts on Revelation 22 (side one: 1-10 / side two 11-20).
(with indication of track source )

1 Palo Alto (as 'Strike Up The Band') Verve (A)-1 2:30
2 It's You Or No One Verve (B)-2 2:10
3 Subconscious-Lee Verve (B)-6 1:37
4 You Stepped Out Of A Dream (add LK) Verve (A)-5 2:22
5 Scrapple From The Apple Verve (A)-4 2:18
6 I'll Remember April Verve (B)-1 1:36
7 Indiana PCD (D)-5 1:55
8 Lunar Elevation (Lennie Bird) PCD (A)-8 2:26
9 A Song For You (The Song Is You) PCD (A)-9 2:11
10 How About You? PCD (B)-4 1:55
11 Scrapple From The Apple (add LK) PCD (B)-5 2:00
12 Baby, Baby, All The Time (as 'Blues') PCD (A)-7 1:20
13 I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me PCD (A)-1 2:21
14 It's You Or No One PCD (C)-5 1:10
15 Half Nelson (mistitled 'Indian Summer')(add LK) PCD (D)-1 2:00
16 It's You Or No One (add LK) PCD (C)-5 1:10
17 You Stepped Out Of A Dream -2 PCD (A)-6 2:05
18 April, I'll Remember (I’ll Remember April)(add LK) PCD (A)-3 2:30
19 Indiana PCD (A)-4 2:40
20 Half Nelson PCD (A)-5 2:49

Excepts on Revelation 27 (side one: 1-7 / side two 8-14).
(with indication of track source)

1 Melancholy Baby (mistitled 'Sweet Georgia Brown') Verve (A)-3 2:02
2 317 E 32nd (titled Out Of Nowhere) Verve (A)-6 2:49
3 Fishin' Around PCD (D)-6 1:56
4 Tangerine PCD (B)-1 2:22
5 Pennies In Minor (mistitled ‘Lennie's Pennies’) PCD (C)-6 2:18
6 Yardbird Suite PCD (B)-6 1:50
7 Will You Still Be Mine PCD (B)-10 1:57
8 What Is This Thing Called Love PCD (B)-7 2:10
9 317 E 32nd (titled Out Of Nowhere) PCD (B)-8 1:55
10 You Stepped Out Of A Dream PCD (C)-3 2:45
11 Background Music ('?' on sleeve) PCD (B)-9 1:55
12 Yardbird Suite ('?' on sleeve) PCD (D)-3 1:58
13 It's You Or No One (mistitled ‘Lennie's Pennies’) not yet found* 2:00
14 Pennies In Minor ('?' on sleeve) PCD (C)-2 1:10

*Note: Excerpt 13 could not be related to one of the complete tracks from these two dates.


59-0512+ LEE KONITZ meets JIMMY GIUFFRE.
NYC, May 12 & 13, 1959.

Lee Konitz, Hal McKusick, as; Warne Marsh, Ted Brown, ts; Jimmy Giuffre, bars; Bill Evans, p; Buddy Clark, b; Ronnie Free, d.

1 MOONLIGHT IN VERMONT 22829-2 3:59
2 THE SONG IS YOU 22830-10 5:05
3 SOMP'M OUTA' NOTHIN' 22831-11 4:29
4 UNCHARTED 22832-31 3:55
5 SOMEONE TO WATCH OVER ME 22833-33 3:36
6 PALO ALTO 22834-22 3:08
7 WHEN YOUR LOVER HAS GONE 22835-35 5:02
8 CORK 'N' BIB 22836-24 9:50
9 DARN THAT DREAM 22837-28 1:58

all R Verve 2304.381 : Verve MGV-8335 : Verve MGVS-6073 : Verve V/V6-8335 : Verve 23MJ-3172 (all equivalent Verve records)
all CD Lone Hill Jazz LHJ-10193 : Verve 527.780
3,5,6,9 R HMV 7EG-8566 (Frohne 7EG-8266 / Chamberlain 7EG-136)
4,6 R Jazzbox JLEP-136
2 CD GoJ CD-53182
Note:  The title of track 3 is given as it appears on the Verve issues, but it may be that the title was misprinted as Ted Brown remembers this as "Somp'n Outa' Nothin'".


59-1219 WARNE MARSH QUARTET. 'Release Record, Send Tape'.
'Astoria Studio', NYC, December 19, 1959.

Warne Marsh, ts; Ronnie Ball, p; Peter Ind, b; Dick Scott, d.

1 SWEET GEORGIA BROWN 3:15
2 COOLHOUSE (based on What Is This Thing Called Love)  8:06
3 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE 4:26
4 I REMEMBER YOU 2:14

all R Wave LP-06 (All titles are faded out)
all CD Wave CD-06 (All titles are faded out)


60-0222 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'Peter Ind's East 2nd Street Manhattan Studio', NYC, February 22, 1960.

Warne Marsh, ts; Ronnie Ball, p; Peter Ind, b; Dick Scott, d.

1 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM (faded out) 2:25

1 R Wave LP-06
1 CD Wave CD-06


60-0809 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'Peter Ind East 2nd St. Manhattan Studio', NYC, August 9, 1960.

Warne Marsh, ts; Ronnie Ball, p; Eddie DeHaas, b; Peter Ind (7,8) b; Bob Minnicucci, d (brushes).

Track order:
LP CD (Times shown are for LP - CD issues)
1   1 SUMMER SESSION  (based on I Got Rhythm)  2:42 11:13
2   5 EASY BEAT (based on If I Had You)  3:52 12:38
3   4 SUNSHINE (based on Shine)  3:59 4:04
4   8 EAST SIDE SWING (based on Indiana)  6:37 6:29
5   2 223 EAST 2ND STREET (based on I Get A Kick Out Of You)  5:06 4:58
6   3 AUGUST IN NEW YORK (based on How About You)  3:42 3:38
7   6 CHANGE AROUND (based on All The Things You Are)  2:39 6:38
8   7 GET TOGETHER (based on Alone Together)  1:44 10:58
9   - TRACERY (based on The Best Thing For You Is Me)  4:13

Note: All recordings (by Peter Ind), were initially issued incomplete / faded out on LP.
Later longer versions of some titles were issued (also by 'Wave') on CD. (see listing).

all R Wave LP-10 (title-9 not mentioned on cover but is on label) - Released as "Jazz From The East Village".
1-8 CD Wave CD-10 (title-9 not issued on CD) - Released as "More Jazz From The East Village"


60-0908 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'Peter Ind East 2nd St. Manhattan Studio', NYC, September 8, 1960.

Warne Marsh, ts; Ronnie Ball, p; Peter Ind, b; Dick Scott.

1 ALONE TOGETHER 3:12
2 A NEW KIND OF BLUES (based on a blues in Bb) omit p. 4:40
3 FOREGROUND MUSIC (based on All Of Me)  4:57
4 HAPPENING (based on Everything Happens To Me)  2:40
5 MARSHLIGHT (based on Moonlight In Vermont)   7:10
6 COMMENTARY (based on All The Things You Are)   3:14

all R Wave LP-06 (All titles are faded out)
all CD Wave CD-06


62-0228 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
Las Vegas, Nevada, February 28, 1962.

Warne Marsh, ts; Don Overberg, g; prob. Roy Shain, b; poss. Santos Sevino, d.

1 THE BEST THING FOR YOU WOULD BE ME 4:41
2 PEOPLE WILL SAY WE'RE IN LOVE 7:53
3 THE BEST THINGS IN LIFE ARE FREE 4:46
4 FEATHERBED 7:07
5 JOY SPRING 6:18
6 KARY’S TRANCE 3:51
7 STELLA BY STARLIGHT 4:31
8 WOODY’N YOU 6:49
9 WITHOUT A SONG 7:51
10 FASCINATING RHYTHM 3:42
11 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 6:01
12 KARY'S TRANCE 2:47
13 HELLO YOUNG LOVERS 6:16
14 317 EAST 32ND STREET 5:40
15 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 9:33

Note: Possibly a rehearsal session.

all PR
1-5,11-15 CD Naked City NCRCD-007


62-0000a WARNE MARSH.
'Don Overberg's Home', Las Vegas, Nevada, possibly 1962.

Marvin Coral, flt;(**) unknown (*) (possibly Coral), as; Warne Marsh, ts; Don Overberg, g; Roy Shain, b; Santos Savino, d.

1 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE omit drums ?
2 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE omit drums ?
3 AVALON ?
4 FASCINATING RHYTHM ** ?
5 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE * ?
6 SWEET AND LOVELY * ?
7 unidentified fragments ?
8 YARDBIRD SUITE ?
9 unknown title ?
10 DONNA LEE ?
11 YOU'D BE SO NICE TO COME HOME TO * ?
12 MAKIN' WHOOPEE inc. ?

all PR


62-0000b WARNE MARSH.
'Don Overberg's Home', Las Vegas, Nevada, possibly 1962.

Jimmy Malador, flt (**); unknown, as (*); Warne Marsh, ts; Don Overberg, g; Roy Shain, b; Santos Savino, d.

1 TANGERINE * ?
2 SWEET AND LOVELY * ?
3 HELLO YOUNG LOVERS ?
4 TANGERINE ** ?
5 SWEET AND LOVELY ** ?
6 I'LL REMEMBER APRIL inc. ?
7 I'VE GOT YOU UNDER MY SKIN ?
8 I WANT TO BE HAPPY ?

all PR


62/63-00 WARNE MARSH.
'Don Overberg's Home', Las Vegas, Nevada, possibly 1962 or 1963.

Warne Marsh, ts; Don Overberg, g; Roy Shain, b; probably Santos Savino, d.

1 THE BEST THING FOR YOU WOULD BE ME ?
2 PEOPLE WILL SAY WE'RE IN LOVE ?
3 THE BEST THINGS IN LIFE ARE FREE ?
4 FEATHERBED ?
5 JOY SPRING ?
6 KARY'S TRANCE-1 ?
7 STELLA BY STARLIGHT ?
8 WOODYN' YOU ?
9 WITHOUT A SONG ?
10 FASCINATING RHYTHM ?
11 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM ?
12 KARY'S TRANCE-1 inc. ?
13 HELLO YOUNG LOVERS ?
14 317 EAST 32ND STREET ?
15 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE inc. ?

all PR


64-0606 LENNIE TRISTANO QUINTET.
'Half Note', NYC, June 6, 1964.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Lennie Tristano, p; Sonny Dallas, b; Nick Stabulas, d.

1 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 7:34
2 317 EAST 32ND STREET 10:28
3 BACKGROUND MUSIC 9:43
1a SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 5:50
2b 317 EAST 32ND STREET 9:44
3c BACKGROUND MUSIC 7:32

Note: TV Show 'Look Up And Live' (broadcast on 64-0809)

1-3 PR This private recording includes the original voice-overs and all music from the broadcast. 1a-3a have voice-overs and consequently some music, edited out.
1a-3c R Jazz Records 06 : Richelieu AX-120 (mistitled: Sub-conscious-ly; 32nd Street East; and Musical Background
1a-3c CD Jazz Records JR6CD


65-0000 WARNE MARSH.
Sal Mosca’s Studio, Mount Vernon, NY, unknown date in 1965.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lenny Popkin, as; Lou Stelluti, b; Roger Mancuso, d.

1 317 EAST 32ND STREET 5:38
2 TWO NOT ONE 6:54
3 FISHIN' AROUND 6:00

all PR all Popkin solos edited out


65-0730 WARNE MARSH.
Sal Mosca’s Studio, Mount Vernon, NY, July 30, 1965.

Warne Marsh, ts; Sal Mosca; Lou Berryman, b; Roger Mancuso, d, Bob Sachs, vcl.

1 ALL OF ME 2:16
2 THAT OLD FEELING 2:11
3 I’M GETTING SENTIMENTAL OVER YOU 3:07
4 FOOLIN’ MYSELF 2:47
5 FOOLIN’ MYSELF (2) 3:07
6 OUT OF NOWHERE 2:02
7 THERE WILL NEVER BE ANOTHER YOU 2:25
8 WHEN YOU’RE SMILING 3:07
9 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 3:52
10 LOVE ME OR LEAVE ME 3:00

all PR all Bob Sachs vocals edited out.


65-0900 WARNE MARSH-SAL MOSCA QUARTET with Bob Sachs.
Recording studio in Westchester County, NY. Autumn 1965.

Warne Marsh, ts; Sal Mosca, p; Lou Berryman, b; Roger Mancuso, d.
Bob Sachs, vocal on all tracks

1 WHEN YOU’RE SMILING 4:46
2 YOU’D BE SO NICE TO COME HOME TO 5:31
3 DON’T TAKE YOUR LOVE FROM ME 4:55
4 THE MORE I SEE YOU 6:03
5 IT’S YOU OR NO ONE 5:41
6 MOONLIGHT IN VERMONT 5:07
7 OUT OF NOWHERE 5:16
8 THERE WILL NEVER BE ANOTHER YOU 7:25
9 WHEN YOU’RE SMILING (2) 5:03
10 EMBRACEABLE YOU 5:35
11 Medley:
YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM/LOVE ME OR LEAVE ME/
IT COULD HAPPEN TO YOU 19:04
12 JUST FRIENDS 4:19

all PR


65-09/11 WARNE MARSH.
Sal Mosca’s Studio, Mount Vernon, NY, unknown date, autumn 1965.

Duane Elmore, tp; Warne Marsh, ts; Lenny Popkin, as; Sal Mosca, p; Lou Stelluti, b; Roger Mancuso, d.

1 SAX OF A KIND 8:32
2 AFTER YOU’VE GONE 10:57
3 SMOG EYES 9:19

all PR all Duane Elmore’s solos edited out.


67-0100 CLARE FISHER. ‘Duality’.
‘KNX / CBS Studios’, Sunset Boulevard, Hollywood, January, 1967.

Conte Candoli, tp; John Audino, tp; Jimmy Zito, tp; Larry McGuire, tp; Roy Main, tb; Ron Smith, tb; Gil Falco, tb; Phil Teele, tb; Gary Foster as; Bud Shank, as; Lou Ciotti, ts; Warne Marsh, ts; Bill Perkins, bars; John Lowe, bars; Clare Fisher, p, org; Bobby West, b; Larry Bunker, d.

1 THIERS’ TEARS 6:13
2 THIS IS ALWAYS 2:32
3 COME SUNDAY 4:45
4 THE GREEK ?
5 DANCING ON THE CEILING ?

Note: Thiers refers to Walter Thiers, a South American Concert Producer.
Note: Originally recorded by Albert Marx for Columbia, but unissued. Marx bought it back and issued it c. 1980 on Trend / Discovery.

1-4 R Trend / Discovery DS-807 (wrongly dated as from 1969; wrongly credits David O’Rourke, ts, according to Gary Foster; O’Rourke is on side one – recorded 66-0620 – of this LP).
5 unissued


67-0416 WARNE MARSH-GARY FOSTER TRIO/QUARTET.
Hollywood, April 16, 1967.

Gary Foster as; Warne Marsh, ts; Clare Fisher, p; George Williams (1-3), b.

1 APRIL ?
2 unknown title ?
3 OUT OF NOWHERE ?
4 YOU’D BE SO NICE TO COME HOME TO ?
5 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE ?
6 LOVE ME OR LEAVE ME ?

Note: Jam session with some talking; Entry according to Revelation files (info Frohne).

All PR


68-0826+ CLARE FISCHER and his ORCHESTRA. ‘Thesaurus’.
‘TTG Studios’, Los Angeles, CA., August 26 & 27, 1968.

Larry McGuire, Buddy Childers (1,4-5), Conte Candoli (1,4-6), Steve Huffsteter, Stewart Fischer, John Audino (2,3,6), tp; Gil Falco, Charley Loper, David Sanchez, tb; Morris Repass, btb; Gary Foster, Kim Richmond, as; Louis Ciotti, Warne Marsh, ts; Bill Perkins, bars; John Lowe, bassax; Clare Fischer, p, el.p; arr. (1-6,8); Chuck Domanico, b; Larry Bunker, d.

1 ‘TWAS ONLY YESTERDAY 15393 6:29
2 BITTER LEAF 15394 6:58
3 U.M.M.G. (Upper Manhattan Medical Group) 15395 4:11
4 IN MEMORIAM JFK & RFK 15396 1:55
5 THE DUKE 15397 4:53
6 MILES BEHIND 15398 solo Marsh 5:03
7 CALAMUS 15399 4:44
8 LENNIE’S PENNIES 15400 solo Marsh 5:22

Note: item 7 arranged by Stewart Fischer.

All R Atlantic SD-1520 : Discovery DS-798


69-0914 WARNE MARSH QUARTET. “Ne Plus Ultra”.
‘Herrick Chapel Lounge’, Occidental College, Los Angeles, CA., September 14, 1969.

Gary Foster, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Dave Parlato, b; John Tirabasso, d; .

1a You Stepped Out Of A Dream take 1 ?
1b YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM take 2 9:03
2 How About You ?
3a Two Part Invention No 13 (J.S. Bach) take 1 ?
3b Two Part Invention No 13 take 2 ?
3c Two Part Invention No 13 take 3 (inc.) ?
3d Two Part Invention No 13 take 4 ?
4 Featherbed (unsure/maybe mixed up w. Smog Eyes (69-1025/item 3) ?

Note: Entry according to Revelation files; before item –3a a false start was recorded.
Not known which take of “Invention” (0:59) is used on the CD issues.

1a,2,3? Uniss.
1b, R Revelation 12
1b,3? CD Crown BRJ-4111 : hat ART CD-6063 : Hatology CD-603


69-1025 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'Herrick Chapel Lounge', Occidental College', Los Angeles, CA., October 25, 1969.

Gary Foster, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Dave Parlato, b; John Tirabasso, d.

1 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 7:15
2 LENNIE'S PENNIES edited 4:21
3 SMOG EYES ?
4 TOUCH AND GO 15:22
5 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM take 3 ?
6 317 EAST 32ND STREET 8:15

1,2,4,6 R Revelation 12
1,2,4,6 CD Crown BRJ-4111 : hat ART CD-6063 : Hatology CD-603
3,5 Revelation unissued


70-1122 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
‘Bach Dancing and Dynamite Society’, Half Moon Bay, CA. November 22, 1970

Gary Foster, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Dave Parlato, b; John Tirabasso, d.

1 FEATHERBED 11:46
2 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 12:00
3 TWO NOT ONE 10:27
4 KARY’S TRANCE 7:53
5 ALL ABOUT YOU 11:11
6 BACKGROUND MUSIC 8:33
7 IF YOU COULD SEE ME NOW into 317 E. 32ND. 16:00
8 LENNIE’S PENNIES 9:06

1-8 PR


71-0000 WARNE MARSH – CLARE FISCHER – GARY FOSTER.
Los Angeles, early 1971

Gary Foster, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Clare Fischer, p; Paul West, b; John Tirabasso, d.

1 JUST FRIENDS 13:07
2 I GOT IT BAD AND THAT AIN'T GOOD 7:55
3 FEATHERBED 4:46

all PR unissued Revelation date


71-0111 WARNE MARSH & GARY FOSTER.
'The Ice House', 24 Mentor, Pasadena, CA., January 11, 1971.

Warne Marsh, ts; Gary Foster, as, ss*; Dave Parlato, b; John Tirabasso, d.

1 317 EAST 32ND STREET ?
2 TWO NOT ONE 4:48
3 FUZZ BLUES 4:03
4 KARY'S TRANCE 4:36
5 IF YOU COULD SEE ME NOW ?
6 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 3:48
7 BACH 2 PART INVENTION ?
8 FEATHERBED 7:56
9 ALL ABOUT YOU 4:57
10 CONFUSION IN DALLAS * 6:23
11 BACKGROUND MUSIC 2:45

(Most tracks edited for Marsh solos and theme only)

all PR Unissued Revelation recording


71-0123 WARNE MARSH & GARY FOSTER.
'The Ice House', 24 Mentor, Pasadena, CA., January 23, 1971.

Warne Marsh, ts; Gary Foster, as, ss *; Dave Koonse, g; Frank De LaRosa, b; John Tirabasso, d.

1 FEATHERBED 9:42
2 IF YOU COULD SEE ME NOW 9:37
3 ROUND MIDNIGHT 6:51
4 FUZZ BLUES * 8:14
5 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 7:58
6 ALL ABOUT YOU 6:24
7 LENNIE'S PENNIES inc. 3:53

all PR Unissued Revelation recording


71-0329 WARNE MARSH & GARY FOSTER.
'The Ice House', 24 Mentor Avenue, Pasadena, CA., March 29, 1971.

Warne Marsh, ts; Gary Foster, as, ss *; Frank De LaRosa, b; John Tirabasso, d.

1 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 8:46
2 FEATHERBED 4:09
3 BODY AND SOUL-into-TWO NOT ONE 9:55
4 BACKGROUND MUSIC 5:11
5 FUZZ BLUES * 8:57
6 BACH 2 PART INVENTION 1:06
7 TWO NOT ONE - (2) 5:42
8 IF YOU COULD SEE ME NOW 6:59
9 CONFUSION IN DALLAS 7:46
10 ALL ABOUT YOU 6:19
11 LENNIE’S PENNIES 7:26

all PR Private recording by Ron Hoopes


71-0428 WARNE MARSH & GARY FOSTER.
'California Institute Of Technology', Pasadena, CA., April 28, 1971.

Warne Marsh, ts; Gary Foster, as; others unknown.

1-? unknown ?

Note: entry according to Tom Everett.

1-? PR


71-0822 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'The Gilded Cage', Rosemead Boulevard, East Pasadena, CA, August 22, 1971.

Warne Marsh, ts; Ron Hoopes, p; Paul Ruhland, b; John Tirabasso, d; Shari ? (last name unknown) vcl *.

1 UNKNOWN TITLE 6:13
2 AUTUMN LEAVES 7:20
3 HAVE YOU MET MISS JONES 6:55
4 THEME 2:13
5 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM inc. 6:24
6 WATCH WHAT HAPPENS * 5:40
7 MOUNTAIN GREENERY * 5:16
8 MISTY p, b, d. only 4:56
9 STOMPIN' AT THE SAVOY 7:27

all PR


71-0822+ WARNE MARSH. A Giant Passes.
'The Gilded Cage', Rosemead Boulevard, East Pasadena, CA., August 22 and / or 26, 1971.

Warne Marsh, ts; Ron Hoopes, p ; probably Paul Ruhland, b; John Tirabasso, d.

1 LULLABY OF THE LEAVES (a,b) 9:00
2 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE (b) 6:30
3 DAY BY DAY (a,b) 8:40
4 I LOVE YOU (a,b) 7:25
5 SONNYMOON FOR TWO (sign-off) ?

Note: Tunes labelled (a) were intended to be issued after Marsh' death under the title 'A Giant Passes'; labelled (b) under the title 'At The Gilded Cage'. (see also 72-0600)

all Revelation unissued


71-0828 WARNE MARSH QUARTET + GUESTS.
'The Gilded Cage', Rosemead Boulevard, East Pasadena, CA., August 28, 1971.

Warne Marsh, ts; Anthony Braxton, as; Gary Foster, as; Ron Hoopes, p; possibly Paul Ruhland, b; John Tirabasso, d.

1 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM inc. 6:17
2 DONNA LEE Braxton & Foster out 5:44
3 LULLABY OF THE LEAVES 6:07
4 WHAT IS THIS THING CALLED LOVE 9:26
5 317 EAST 32ND STREET 12:59

all PR Private recording by Anthony Braxton


72-0509 WARNE MARSH - CLARE FISCHER - GARY FOSTER.
'Clare Fischer's Studio', Van Nuys, CA., May 9, 1972.

Gary Foster, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Clare Fischer, p, org (11,12); Paul Ruhland, b; John Tirabasso, d.

1 IT COULD HAPPEN TO YOU 8:26
2 BLUESY ROUGE 10:09
3 IN A MELLOTONE 11:15
4 YESTERDAYS 7:50
5 KARY'S TRANCE 10:00
6 SQUARE THEME Fischer plays polka beat against horns (play "Donna Lee" ) 0:35
7 I GOT IT BAD AND THAT AIN'T GOOD 7:00
8 STELLA BY STARLIGHT 12:00
9 THERE WILL NEVER BE ANOTHER YOU 10:00
10 IN A SENTIMENTAL MOOD 2:38
11 CHEROKEE 10:00
12 YOU'VE CHANGED 10:00
13 WATCH WHAT HAPPENS Marsh out 9:00
14 JUST FRIENDS ?

1-4 R Revelation 17
others unissued; entry according to Revelation files


72-0527 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'The Ice House', 24 Mentor Avenue, Pasadena, CA., May 27, 1972.

Warne Marsh, ts; Gary Foster, as; Dave Parlato, b; John Tirabasso d.

1 KARY'S TRANCE ?
2 LENNIE'S PENNIES ?
3 317 EAST 32ND STREET ?
4 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM ?
5 FEATHERBED ?
6 BODY AND SOUL Marsh out ?
7 FUZZ BLUES ?
8 BACKGROUND MUSIC ?
9 STAR EYES inc. ?

all PR


72-0529 WARNE MARSH - GARY FOSTER.
'The Ice House', 24 Mentor Avenue, Pasadena, CA., May 29, 1972.

Gary Foster, as; Warne Marsh, ts; ; Frank De LaRosa, b; John Tirabasso, d.

1 KARY'S TRANCE * ?
2 LENNIE'S PENNIES * ?
3 317 EAST 32ND STREET * ?
4 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM * ?
5 FEATHERBED * ?
6 BODY AND SOUL * ?
7 TWO NOT ONE ?
8 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE ?
9 BACH TWO PART INVENTION NO.13 Marsh + Foster only ?
10 TWO NOT ONE ?
11 IF YOU COULD SEE ME NOW Foster out ?
12 CONFUSION IN DALLAS ?
13 I LIKE NEW YORK IN JUNE (or How About You / Chamberlain) ?
14 FUZZ BLUES * ?
15 BACKGROUND MUSIC * ?

Note: titles with * probably duplicates of previous entry.

all Revelation unissued; entry according to William Hardy (Revelation Records)


72-0600 WARNE MARSH – CLARE FISCHER
'Clare Fischer's Studio', Van Nuys, CA. unknown date, June 1972

Warne Marsh, ts; Clare Fischer, p, el. P (7,8); Paul Ruhland, b; John Tirabasso, d

1 THAT OLD FEELING 7:05
2 STRIKE UP THE BAND 8:46
3 INDIAN SUMMER 10:17
4 THE MORE I SEE YOU 3:53
5 ISRAEL 5:55
6 THE BEST THING FOR YOU 8:15
7 AFTER YOU'VE GONE 11:48
8 THIS CAN'T BE LOVE inc. 2:54

all PR unissued Revelation recording.


72-1200 SUPERSAX.
Donte’s, North Hollywood, CA., December 1972.

Conte Candoli, tp; Med Flory, as; Joe Lopes, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Jay Migliori, ts; Jack Nimitz, bars; Ronnell Bright, p; Buddy Clark, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1 BILLIE'S BOUNCE 13:49
2 IF I SHOULD LOSE YOU 3:08
3 THE BIRD 12:18
4 ROUND MIDNIGHT 5:29
5 NIGHT IN TUNISIA 8:39
6 KOKO inc. 9:20

all PR First club appearance of Supersax


73-0201 SUPERSAX.
Capitol Records Studios, Los Angeles, CA., February 1, 1973.

Conte Candoli, tp; Med Flory, as, arr.(1); Joe Lopes, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Jay Migliori, ts; Jack Nimitz, bars; Ronnell Bright, p; Buddy Clark, b arr (2,3); Jake Hanna, d.

1 BE-BOP 3:45
2 OH LADY BE GOOD 2:55
3 HOT HOUSE 4:40

all R Cap ST-11177 : Cap IGJ-50042 : Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab 1-511
all CD Cap C-96264


73-0204 SUPERSAX.
Capitol Records Studios, Los Angeles, CA., February 4, 1973.

Conte Candoli, tp; Med Flory, as, arr.(3); Joe Lopes, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Jay Migliori, ts; Jack Nimitz, bars; Ronnell Bright, p; Buddy Clark, b arr (1,2,4); Jake Hanna, d.

1 KO-KO 3:22
2 PARKER'S MOOD 3:35
3 STAR EYES 3:35
4 A NIGHT IN TUNISIA 4:20

all R Cap ST-11177 : Cap IGJ-50042 : Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab 1-511
all CD Cap C-96264


73-0210 SUPERSAX.
Capitol Records Studios, Los Angeles, CA., February 10, 1973.

Ray Triscari, tp; Larry McGuire, tp; Ralph Osborn, tp; Conte Candoli, tp; Charley Lopez, tb; Mike Barone, tb; Ernie Tack, tb; Med Flory, as, arr. (a,b); Joe Lopes, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Jay Migliori, ts; Jack Nimitz, bars; Ronnell Bright, p; Buddy Clark, b, arr.(c); Jake Hanna, d.

1 JUST FRIENDS 3:20
2 MOOSE THE MOOCHE 4:17
3 REPETITION 3:05

all R Cap ST-11177 : Cap IGJ-50042 : Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab 1-511
all CD Cap C-96264


73-0603 SUPERSAX.
Donte’s, North Hollywood, CA., June 3 1973.

Conte Candoli, tp; Med Flory, as; Joe Lopes, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Jay Migliori, ts; Jack Nimitz, bars; Ronnell Bright, p; Buddy Clark, b; Nick Ceroli, d.

1 introduction (by Med Flory) 2:27
2 THE BIRD 9:50
3 PARKER'S MOOD 4:04
4 SCRAPPLE FROM THE APPLE 13:39
5 LADY BE GOOD 4:43
6 MOOSE THE MOOCHE 15:53
7 NIGHT IN TUNISIA 11:11
8 KOKO 11:46

Note: the introduction was actually spoken between tracks 2 and 3.

all PR


73-1018 SUPERSAX.
probably 'Jimmy's', 33W. 52nd Street, NYC, October 18, 1973.

probably: Conte Candoli, tp; Med Flory, as; Joe Lopes, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Jay Migliori, ts; Jack Nimitz, bars; Ronnell Bright, or Walter Bishop jr, p; Buddy Clark, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1 KOKO ?

1 PR recorded by Harold Sewing


73-1020 SUPERSAX.
probably 'Jimmy's', 33W. 52nd Street, NYC, October 20, 1973.

probably: Conte Candoli, tp; Med Flory, as; Joe Lopes, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Jay Migliori, ts; Jack Nimitz, bars; Ronnell Bright, or Walter Bishop jr, p; Buddy Clark, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1 SALT PEANUTS ?
2 GROOVIN' HIGH ?
3 KOKO ?
4 THE BIRD ?

all PR recorded by Harold Sewing (prob. Marsh solos only)


73-1022 SUPERSAX.
probably 'Jimmy's', 33W. 52nd Street, NYC, October 22, 1973.

probably: Conte Candoli, tp; Med Flory, as; Joe Lopes, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Jay Migliori, ts; Jack Nimitz, bars; Ronnell Bright, or Walter Bishop jr, p; Buddy Clark, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1 SCRAPPLE FROM THE APPLE ?
2 PARKER'S MOOD ?
3 JUST FRIENDS ?
4 GROOVIN' HIGH ?
5 SALT PEANUTS ?
6 CONFIRMATION ?
7 KOKO ?

all PR recorded by Harold Sewing (prob. Marsh solos only)


73-1023 SUPERSAX.
probably 'Jimmy's', 33W. 52nd Street, NYC, October 23, 1973.

probably: Conte Candoli, tp; Med Flory, as; Joe Lopes, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Jay Migliori, ts; Jack Nimitz, bars; Ronnell Bright, or Walter Bishop jr, p; Buddy Clark, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1 JUST FRIENDS ?
2 SALT PEANUTS ?
3 LOVER MAN ?
4 CONFIRMATION ?
5 KOKO ?
6 THE BIRD ?
7 NIGHT IN TUNISIA ?
8 MOOSE THE MOOCHE ?
9 EMBRACEABLE YOU ?
10 MY OLD FLAME ?

all PR recorded by Harold Sewing (prob. Marsh solos only)


73-1024 SUPERSAX.
'Jimmy's', 33W. 52nd Street, NYC, October 24, 1973.

probably: Conte Candoli, tp; Med Flory, as; Joe Lopes, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Jay Migliori, ts; Jack Nimitz, bars; Ronnell Bright, or Walter Bishop jr, p; Buddy Clark, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1 SCRAPPLE FROM THE APPLE ?
2 GROOVIN' HIGH ?
3 SALT PEANUTS GUEST: Dizzy Gillespie, tp ?
4 CONFIRMATION ?
5 KOKO ?
6 THE BIRD ?
7 LOVER MAN ?
8 MOOSE THE MOOCHE ?
9 NIGHT IN TUNISIA ?

all PR recorded by Harold Sewing (prob. Marsh solos only; except Dizzy Gillespie)


73-1025 SUPERSAX.
'Jimmy's', 33W. 52nd Street, NYC, October 25, 1973.

Carl Fontana, tb; Med Flory, as; Joe Lopes, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Jay Migliori, ts; Jack Nimitz, bars; Ronnell Bright, p; Buddy Clark, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1st Set:
1 SCRAPPLE FROM THE APPLE 11:26
2 PARKER’S MOOD 5:10
3 JUST FRIENDS 3:45
4 SALT PEANUTS 10:24
5 CONFIRMATION 13:43
6 LOVER MAN 5:06
7 KOKO 9:47

2ND Set:

8 A NIGHT IN TUNISIA 11:12
9 MOOSE THE MOOCHE 12:16
10 REPETITION 4:06
11 STAR EYES 9:56
12 GROOVIN’ HIGH 10:47
13 BE BOP 7:17
14 C MINOR (THE BIRD) 9:51
15 LADY BE GOOD 5:45

16 INTERVIEW with Buddy Clark & Med Flory by Max Cole of WRVR.

all except 16 PR


73-1026 SUPERSAX.
probably 'Jimmy's', 33W. 52nd Street, NYC, October 26, 1973.

probably: Conte Candoli, tp; Med Flory, as; Joe Lopes, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Jay Migliori, ts; Jack Nimitz, bars; Ronnell Bright, or Walter Bishop Jr, p; Buddy Clark, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1 KOKO ?
2 THE BIRD ?
3 GROOVIN' HIGH ?
4 LOVER MAN ?
5 BE-BOP ?

all PR recorded by Harold Sewing (prob. Marsh solos only)


73-1027 SUPERSAX.
Probably 'Jimmy's', 33W. 52nd Street, NYC, October 27, 1973.

Probably: Conte Candoli, tp; Med Flory, as; Joe Lopes, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Jay Migliori, ts; Jack Nimitz, bars; Ronnell Bright, or Walter Bishop Jr, p; Buddy Clark, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1 DONNA LEE ?
2 SALT PEANUTS ?
3 I REMEMBER YOU ?
4 CONFIRMATION ?
5 KOKO ?
6 THE BIRD ?
7 BE-BOP ?
8 EMBRACEABLE YOU ?

all PR recorded by Harold Sewing (prob. Marsh solos only)


73-1102 SUPERSAX.
probably Camden, NJ, November 2, 1973.

probably: Carl Fontana, tb; Med Flory, as; Joe Lopes, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Jay Migliori, ts; Jack Nimitz, bars; Ronnell Bright, p; Buddy Clark, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1 SCRAPPLE FROM THE APPLE-1 ?
2 SALT PEANUTS ?
3 KOKO-1 ?
4 THE BIRD ?
5 GROOVIN' HIGH ?
6 SCRAPPLE FROM THE APPLE-2 probably not from this date ?
7 NIGHT IN TUNISIA ?
8 KOKO-2 probably not from this date ?

all PR recorded by Harold Sewing (prob. Marsh solos only)


73-1103 SUPERSAX.
Kenny's Supper Club, Camden, NJ, November 3, 1973.

probably: Carl Fontana, tb; Med Flory, as; Joe Lopes, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Jay Migliori, ts; Jack Nimitz, bars; Ronnell Bright, p; Buddy Clark, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1 SCRAPPLE FROM THE APPLE 11:27
2 KOKO ?
3 SALT PEANUTS 10:47
4 THE BIRD ?
5 MOOSE THE MOOCHE 12:07
6 GROOVIN' HIGH 13:11
7 BE-BOP 7:09
8 HOT HOUSE ?
9 NOW'S THE TIME ?
10 BILLIE'S BOUNCE ?
11 STAR EYES 10:26
12 REPETITION 4:43
13 LOVERMAN 5:48

all PR recorded by Harold Sewing.  The tracks shown with timings, are whole tracks and not edited to Marsh solos. Track timings include in most cases, the introductory remarks by Mel Flory.


73-1104 SUPERSAX.
probably Camden, NJ, November 4, 1973.

probably: Carl Fontana, tb; Med Flory, as; Joe Lopes, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Jay Migliori, ts; Jack Nimitz, bars; Ronnell Bright, p; Buddy Clark, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1 SALT PEANUTS-1 ?
2 KOKO ?
3 THE BIRD ?
4 NOW'S THE TIME / BILLIE'S BOUNCE ?
5 GROOVIN' HIGH ?
6 BE-BOP ?
7 DONNA LEE ?
8 SALT PEANUTS-2 probably not from this date ?

all PR recorded by Harold Sewing (prob. Marsh solos only)


73-0000 SUPERSAX.
probably NYC, c. 1973.

probably: Conte Candoli, tp; Med Flory, as; Joe Lopes, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Jay Migliori, ts; Jack Nimitz, bars; Ronnell Bright, or Walter Bishop jr, p; Buddy Clark, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1 DONNA LEE ?
2 KOKO ?
3 HOT HOUSE ?

all PR


73-09/12 SUPERSAX PLAYS BIRD: Salt Peanuts, Vol.2
Capitol Records Studios, Los Angeles, CA., fall 1973. (released 74-0315).

Conte Candoli, tp; Carl Fontana, tb; Med Flory, as, arr. (1,2,7,8); Joe Lopes, as; Warne Marsh, ts, arr. (4); Jay Migliori, ts; Jack Nimitz, bars; Ronnell Bright, p; Walter Bishop, p; Lou Levy, p; Buddy Clark, b, arr. (3,5,6,9) ; Jake Hanna, d.

1 EMBRACEABLE YOU p.: Bright 2:21
2 CONFIRMATION p.: Bright 5:23
3 GROOVIN' HIGH p.: Bishop 5:10
4 SALT PEANUTS p.: Bishop 4:45
5 YARDBIRD SUITE p.: Levy 4:10
6 THE BIRD p.: Levy 5:00
7 LOVER p.: Levy 3:08
8 SCRAPPLE FROM THE APPLE p.: Levy 6:05
9 LOVER MAN p.: Levy 3:40

all R Capitol ST-11271 : Capitol 0C-062-81834 : Pausa PR 9028


74-0000a SUPERSAX.
'Just Jazz Club', Philadelphia, , 1974.

Warne Marsh, ts; probably Lou Levy, p; Buddy Clark, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1-? unknown titles ?

1-? PR Marsh solos only; information from Jeremy Kellock


74-0000b SUPERSAX.
'Dirty Pierre's', unknown city, 1974.

Carl Fontana, tb; Med Flory, as; Joe Lopes, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Jay Migliori, ts; Jack Nimitz, bars; Lou Levy, p; Leroy Vinnegar, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1 SALT PEANUTS ?
2 ORNITHOLOGY ?
3 BLUE 'N' BOOGIE ?
4 ORNITHOLOGY ?
5 KOKO ?
6 THE BIRD ?
7 DIZZY ATMOSPHERE ?
8 SALT PEANUTS ?
9 KOKO ?
10 ORNITHOLOGY ?
11 THE BIRD ?
12 BLUES UNTITLED ?
13 DIZZY ATMOSPHERE ?

all PR information from Jeremy Kellock


74-0000c SUPERSAX.-rehearsal
probably 'Med Flory's home', North Hollywood, CA, 1974.

probably Conte Candoli, tp; Med Flory, as; Joe Lopes, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Jay Mogliori, ts; Jack Nimitz, bars; Lou Levy, p; Buddy Clark, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1 ORNITHOLOGY ?

1 PR information from Jeremy Kellock


74-0103 SUPERSAX.
“Shelly’s Manne Hole”, Los Angeles. January 3, 1974.

Frank Rosolino, tb; Med Flory, as; Joe Lopes, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Jay Migliori, ts; Jack Nimitz, bars; Lou Levy, p; Buddy Clark, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1 THE BIRD inc. 12:38
2 STAR EYES 13.12
3 MOOSE THE MOOCHE 13:51
4 LOVER MAN 3:57
5 SCRAPPLE FROM THE APPLE 12:36
6 JUST FRIENDS 3:35
7 SALT PEANUTS 9:42
8 LADY BE GOOD 4:16
9 PARKER’S MOOD 4:01
10 KO KO 11:09
11 AULD LANG SYNE (spoof on Lombardo’s version) 2:03
12 LOVER inc. 5:11
13 ORNITHOLOGY 12:09
14 GROOVIN’ HIGH 13:10

all PR Track timings include intro. remarks by Med Flory.


74-0714 SUPERSAX.
“The Famous Ballroom”, Baltimore, Maryland, July 14, 1974.

Frank Rosolino, tb; Med Flory, as; Joe Lopes, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Jay Migliori, ts; Jack Nimitz, bars; Lou Levy, p; Buddy Clark, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1 SCRAPPLE FROM THE APPLE 11:48
2 JUST FRIENDS 5:00
3 SALT PEANUTS 7:29
4 LOVER MAN 7:40
5 KO KO 7:46
6 THE BIRD 12.33
7 PARKER’S MOOD 6:08
8 STAR EYES 7:44
9 BLUE ‘N BOOGIE 9:19

all PR recorded and broadcast by unknown US radio station


74-09/12 SUPERSAX plays BIRD, with Strings.
Capitol Studios, Los Angeles, CA., fall 1974. (released 75-0215).

Conte Candoli, tp, flh; Frank Rosolino, tb; Med Flory, Joe Lopes, as; Warne Marsh, Jay Migliori, ts; Jack Nimitz, bars; Bobby Bruce, vln; strings: Haim Shtrum, Wilbert Nuttycombe, John Santulis, Robert T. Jung, Bob Lido, Jesse Ehrlich, Jerome Reisler, Robert Sushel, Gerald Vinci, Ambrose Russo, Frank Green, Leonard Selic, Evelyn R. Schuck, Raymond J. Kelley, Marilyn Baker, Frederick Seykora, James Getzoff, Spiro Stamos. Lou Levy, p; Buddy Clark, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1 APRIL IN PARIS 2:45
2 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 5:20
3 MY OLD FLAME 3:10
4 BLUE 'N' BOOGIE strings out 4:03
5 I DIDN'T KNOW WHAT TIME IT WAS Candoli out 2:53
6 IF I SHOULD LOSE YOU 2:45
7 ORNITHOLOGY strings out 4:01
8 COOL BLUES 3:17
9 KIM strings out 3:28
10 COUNTRY GARDENS (Sign-Off) strings out 0:07

Arrangers:
Med Flory (strings and sax); 2. Buddy Clark (sax) Roger Kellaway (strings); 3. Buddy Clark (sax) Donald Specht (strings); 4 & 8. Med Flory (sax); 5 & 6. Med Flory (sax) Roger Kellaway (strings); 7 Warne Marsh (sax); 9 & 10. Buddy Clark (sax)

all R Capitol ST-11371 : Cap/Toshiba 80029 : Cap TOCJ-5324


74-1000 RADIO INTERVIEW.
Radio Station KBCA, Los Angeles, CA.  early October 1974.

Warne Marsh and Lou Levy interviewed by Gerald Wilson on the subject of playing with "Supersax".    31:49


74-1100 WARNE MARSH GROUP.
'The Times', Studio City, CA, November, 1974

Warne Marsh, ts; probably Lou Levy, p; Jim Hughart, b; Frank Severino, d.

1-? unknown titles ?

1-? PR heads and Marsh' solos only


74-11/12a WARNE MARSH - Solo improvisation.
Marsh's home studio, Pasadena, CA, Nov./Dec., 1974

Marsh practicing, solo, with metronome, total time 25:25.

1 Improvisation on 'Cherokee' 1:56
2 Improvisation on 'I Got Rhythm' 11:29
3 Improvisation on 'It's You Or No One' 2:25
4 Improvisation on 'How About You' 4:49
5 Improvisation on 'Cherokee' (2) 5:16

1 - 5 PR

♦   
74-11/12b    WARNE MARSH GROUP
Warne Marsh, ts; other saxes, guitar, bass, drums unidentified - instructional jam session with students, probably at Nova Studio, Pasadena, CA. Nov./Dec., 1974

Unknown titles

private recording by Jeremy Kellock


74-1124 SUPERSAX.
'Hungry Joe’s', Huntington Beach, Los Angeles, CA, November 24th, 1974

Conte Candoli, tp; Med Flory & Bill Byrne, as; Warne Marsh & Jay Migliori, ts; Don Menza, bars; Lou Levy, p; Buddy Clark, b; Nick Ceroli, d.

1 introduction by Med Flory 0:27
2 Blue ’n’ Boogie 8:07
3 intro. by Med Flory 3:10
4 All The Things You Are 12:09
5 intro. by Med Flory 2:38
6 Ornithology 12:35
7 intro. by Med Flory 2:30
8 Lover Man 3:24

all PR


74-1207 WARNE MARSH QUINTET.
'Hungry Joe’s', Huntington Beach, Los Angeles, CA, December 7, 1974

Warne Marsh, ts; Ron Eschete, g; Lou Levy, p; Fred Atwood, b; Dick Borden, d.

1 I’LL REMEMBER APRIL 3:17
2 STELLA BY STARLIGHT 2:38
3 DIZZY ATMOSPHERE 1:53
4 IT’S YOU OR NO ONE 2:50
5 BLUE LESTER 3:16
6 LITTLE WILLIE LEAPS 2:45
7 TUNE UP 4:39
8 BLUES (untitled) 1:53
9 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 2:01
10 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 5:59

all PR Marsh solos only


74-1217 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'The Times', Studio City, CA, December 17, 1974.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Jim Hughart, b; Frank Severino, d.

1 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE 7:12
2 FEATHERBED (piano solo omitted) 5:42
3 BLUE LESTER 8:15
4 THIS CAN'T BE LOVE (piano solo omitted) 2:49
5 IF YOU COULD SEE ME NOW (piano solo omitted) 3:45
6 STRIKE UP THE BAND (drum solo slightly edited) 9:12
7 STELLA BY STARLIGHT (fades out near end) 5:41

1-7 PR Recorded by Charles Coffman.


74-1218 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'The Times', Studio City, CA, December 18, 1974.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Jim Hughart, b; Frank Severino, d.

1 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 2:49
2 BLUE LESTER 4:38
3 IF YOU COULD SEE ME NOW 3:55
4 AIREGIN 3:49
5 STRIKE UP THE BAND 3:49
6 STELLA BY STARLIGHT 2:43
7 317 EAST 32nd. 4:05
8 GEE BABY, AIN'T I GOOD TO YOU 5:15
9 KARY'S TRANCE 3:24
10 COME RAIN OR COME SHINE 3:47
11 BACK HOME 5:58

all PR heads and Marsh solos only – recorded by Christine Dassoff.


74-1200 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'The Times', Studio City, CA, December, 1974.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Jim Hughart, b; Frank Severino, d.

1 BESAME MUCHO (start missing) 4:26
2 SWEET & LOVELY 7:25
3 MY HEART BELONGS TO DADDY 6:42
4 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 6:09
5 STRIKE UP THE BAND 7:37
6 STELLA BY STARLIGHT 8:46
7 IF YOU COULD SEE ME NOW 7:16
8 KARY’S TRANCE 6:06
9 (line on) LADY BE GOOD 5:03
10 317 EAST 32nd. STREET 8:42
11 MY OLD FLAME 7:42
12 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 6:35

all PR Recorded by Bob Brode.


74-1222 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'The Times', Studio City, CA, December 22, 1974.

Warne Marsh, ts; probably Lou Levy, p; Jim Hughart, b; Frank Severino, d.

1-? unknown titles ?

1-? PR Information from Harold Sewing


75-0000a WARNE MARSH in HAITI
unknown location and date, 1975.

Warne Marsh, ts; Gerald Merceron, p.

1 OUAGADOUGOU BLUES (extended version) 2:10

1 R G M (Gerald Merceron) Records LP-001 (Marsh as "Rawen Shram" on cover.)


75-0100 WARNE MARSH
Los Angeles area, CA, c. January, 1975.

Warne Marsh, solo piano.

1 I DIDN'T KNOW WHAT TIME IT WAS 2:23
2 I'LL REMEMBER APRIL 1:29

all PR Recorded by Christine Dassoff

______________________________________________________________________________________________

In January 1975, Supersax went on tour in Japan and the following is the itinerary for that tour, courtesy of Yoichi Suzuki :

Venue: 'Yokohama Shimin Hall', Yokohama, Japan

 Date: Jan 9 (Thur), 1975 

 Venue: 'Nagoya Shimin Hall', Nagoya, Japan

 Date: Jan 10 (Fri), 1975 

 Venue: 'Shinjuku Koseinenkin Kaikan', Tokyo, Japan

 Date: Jan 11 (Sat), 1975 

 Venue: 'Kanazawa Kankou Kaikan', Kanazawa, Japan

 Date: Jan 13 (Mon), 1975 

 Venue: 'Sankei Hall', Osaka, Japan

 Date: Jan 14 (t-Tue), 1975 

 Venue: 'Denryoku Hall', Fukuoka, Japan

 Date: Jan 15 (Wed), 1975 

 Venue: 'Nakano Sun Plaza', Tokyo, Japan

 Date: Jan 17 (Fri), 1975 

 Venue: 'Nakano Sun Plaza', Tokyo, Japan

 Date: Jan 18 (Sat), 1975

____________________________________________________________________________________________________


75-0109 SUPERSAX.
Shimin Hall, Yokohama, Japan, January 9, 1975.

Frank Rosolino, tb; Med Flory, as; Joe Lopes, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Jay Migliori, ts; Jack Nimitz, bars; Lou Levy, p; Buddy Clark, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1st. set
1 SCRAPPLE FROM THE APPLE 9:33
2 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 10:55
3 SALT PEANUTS 7:26
4 PARKER’S MOOD 4:31
5 EMBRACEABLE YOU 2:22
6 MOOSE THE MOOCHE 9:08

2nd. Set
7 ORNITHOLOGY 7:53
8 JUST FRIENDS 3:14
9 STAR EYES 9:44
10 BE-BOP 6:04
11 LOVER MAN 3:58
12 BLUE ‘N BOOGIE 8:27
13 NIGHT IN TUNISIA 10:55
14 KOKO (inc) 1:21

all PR PCD


75-0111 SUPERSAX.
Shinjuku Koseinenkin Kaikan, Tokyo, Japan, January 11, 1975.

Personnel probably: Frank Rosolino, tb; Med Flory, as; Joe Lopes, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Jay Migliori, ts; Jack Nimitz, bars; Lou Levy, p; Buddy Clark, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1 SALT PEANUTS ?
2 ORNITHOLOGY ?
3 REPETITION ?
4 KOKO ?
5 CONFIRMATION ?

all PR Mainly Marsh solos only


75-0118 SUPERSAX. Live in '75: The Japanese Tour.
 Nakano Sun Plaza, Tokyo, Japan,  Jan. 18, 1975.

Frank Rosolino, tb; Med Flory, as; Joe Lopes, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Jay Migliori, ts; Jack Nimitz, bars; Lou Levy, p; Buddy Clark, b; Jake Hanna, d.

a SCRAPPLE FROM THE APPLE 10:01
2 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 10:51
3 SALT PEANUTS solo Marsh 6:41
4 PARKER'S MOOD 5:01
5 JUST FRIENDS 3:10
6 ORNITHOLOGY solo Marsh 7:55
7 EMBRACEABLE YOU 2:45
8 MOOSE THE MOOCHE 8:49

all CD Hindsight HCD-618 (which gives the concert date as Jan. 15th. 1975.)


75-0118b SUPERSAX.
Tokyo, Japan, c. January 18, 1975.

Personnel probably: Frank Rosolino, tb; Med Flory, as; Joe Lopes, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Jay Migliori, ts; Jack Nimitz, bars; Lou Levy, p; Buddy Clark, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1 SALT PEANUTS ?
2 ORNITHOLOGY ?
3 BLUE 'N' BOOGIE ?
4 KOKO ?

all PR Mainly Marsh solos only


75-0121 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'Donte's', North Hollywood, CA, January 21, 1975.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Ron Eschete, g; Fred Atwood, b; Frank Severino, d.

1 ALONE TOGETHER (complete) 10:01
2 LITTLE WILLIE LEAPS (guitar solo edited out) 7:17
3 EASY LIVING (guitar and bass solos edited out) 6:44
4 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE (guitar solo edited out) 5:52
5 IF YOU COULD SEE ME NOW (guitar solo edited out) 6:27
6 DIZZY ATMOSPHERE (guitar solo edited out) 5:26

1-6 PR Recorded by Charles Coffman


75-0124 SUPERSAX.
'Donte's', North Hollywood, CA, January 24, 1975.

Warne Marsh, ts; probably Lou Levy, p; Buddy Clark, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1 SALT PEANUTS 2:01
2 KOKO 3:10
3 ORNITHOLOGY 2:44
4 COOL BLUES 2:56
5 DIZZY ATMOSPHERE 1:35

all PR Marsh solos only; recorded by Harold Sewing


75-0125 SUPERSAX.
'Donte's', North Hollywood, CA, January 25, 1975.

Warne Marsh, ts; probably Lou Levy, p; Buddy Clark, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1 SALT PEANUTS 2:47
2 KOKO 3:03
3 ORNITHOLOGY 3:23
4 NIGHT IN TUNISIA 1:57
5 COOL BLUES 1:53

all PR Marsh solos only; recorded by Harold Sewing


75-0126 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'The Times', Studio City, CA, January 26, 1975.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Jim Hughart, b; Frank Severino, d.

1ST. SET
1 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE 7:40
2 AIREGIN 6:23
3 MY OLD FLAME 9:52
4 STELLA BY STARLIGHT 7:41
5 GEE BABY AIN'T I GOOD TO YOU 5:32
2nd. SET
6 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 4:29
7 317 E. 32ND. 6:28
8 BLUE LESTER 9:55
9 KARY'S TRANCE 5:24
10 IF YOU COULD SEE ME NOW 10:42
11 STAR EYES 6:15
3RD SET
12 EASY TO LOVE 8:42
13 WILL YOU STILL BE MINE? 7:45
14 EMBRACEABLE YOU 8:47
15 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 6:36
16 STRIKE UP THE BAND 5:39

all PR Recorded by Charles Coffman


75-0128 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'Donte's', North Hollywood, CA, January 28, 1975.

Warne Marsh, ts; probably Lou Levy, p; Fred Atwood, b; Frank Severino, d.

1-? unknown titles ?

1-? PR Information from Harold Sewing


75-0131 SUPERSAX.
'Donte's', North Hollywood, CA, January 31, 1975.

Warne Marsh, ts; probably Lou Levy, p; Buddy Clark, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1 SALT PEANUTS ?
2 ORNITHOLOGY ?
3 KOKO ?
4 DIZZY ATMOSPHERE ?
5 THE BIRD ?

all PR Marsh solos only; recorded by Harold Sewing


75-0201 SUPERSAX.
'Donte's', North Hollywood, CA, February 1, 1975.

Warne Marsh, ts; probably Lou Levy, p; Buddy Clark, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1 SCRAPPLE FROM THE APPLE ?
2 SALT PEANUTS ?
3 KOKO ?
4 DIZZY ATMOSPHERE ?
5 ORNITHOLOGY ?
6 KIM ?
7 NOW'S THE TIME ?

all PR Marsh solos only; recorded by Harold Sewing


75-0204 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'Donte's', North Hollywood, CA, February 4, 1975

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Jim Hughart, b; Frank Severino, d; Michael Parks, vcl. *

1ST. SET
1 SOMEBODY LOVES ME 10:59
2 APRIL 9:53
3 IT MIGHT AS WELL BE SPRING 8:24
4 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE 8:39
2ND. SET
5 WILL YOU STILL BE ME MINE 8:36
6 GEE BABY AIN"T I GOOD TO YOU 7:04
7 STRIKE UP THE BAND 5:52
8 EASY LIVING * (inc) 1:06
9 AIREGIN 5:58
10 AUTUMN IN NEW YORK 10:17
3RD. SET
11 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE ?
12 STELLA BY STARLIGHT ?
13 THIS CAN'T BE LOVE ?
14 WE'LL BE TOGETHER AGAIN ?
15 FEATHERBED ?

all PR Recorded by Charles Coffman


75-0218 WARNE MARSH - SAL MOSCA.
Sal Mosca’s Studio, Mount Vernon, NY., February 18, 1975.

unknown, tp; unknown, as (3,4); Warne Marsh, ts; Sal Mosca, p; unknown, b & d.

1 LULLABY OF THE LEAVES 7:50
2 SWEET GEORGIA BROWN 7:56
3 SCRAPPLE FROM THE APPLE 11:30
4 TWO NOT ONE 12:31

all PR


75-0312 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'The Times', Studio City, CA. March 12, 1975.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Jim Hughart, b; Frank Severino, d.

3RD. SET.

1 STRIKE UP THE BAND (inc) 1:56
2 I DIDN'T KNOW WHAT TIME IT WAS 8:13
3 APRIL 8:13
4 COME RAIN OR COME SHINE 10:16
5 317 EAST 32ND STREET 7:48
6 EMBRACEABLE YOU 7:30
7 ALONE TOGETHER 8:50

1-incomplete track. 2-7 complete.
all PR Recorded by Charles Coffman.


75-0313 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'The Times', Studio City, CA. March 13, 1975.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Jim Hughart, b; Frank Severino, d (1-5); Dick Borden, d.

1 317 EAST 32ND STREET 7:53
2 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 9:16
3 BACK HOME 6:33
4 IMAGINATION 10:28
5 I WANT TO BE HAPPY 7:51
6 THE WAY YOU LOOK TONIGHT 9:17
7 STELLA BY STARLIGHT 8:46
8 COME RAIN OR COME SHINE 10:57
9 LOVER COME BACK TO ME 8:21
10 IT’S YOU OR NO ONE 7:00
11 EASY LIVING 10:09
12 LITTLE WILLIE LEAPS 7:45
13 IF YOU COULD SEE ME NOW 10:16
14 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 7:14

all PR


75-0412 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'The Times', Studio City, CA. April 12, 1975.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Jim Hughart, b; Dick Borden, d.

1 STRIKE UP THE BAND ?
2 GOD BLESS THE CHILD ?
3 AIREGIN ?
4 SUNDAY ?
5 SUMMERTIME ?
6 WALKIN' ?
7 THERE WILL NEVER BE ANOTHER YOU ?
8 GODCHILD ?
9 I'LL TAKE ROMANCE ?
10 I GOT RHYTHM ?
11 ISRAEL ?
12 STRIKE UP THE BAND inc. ?

all PR heads and Marsh solos only


75-0415 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'The Times', Studio City, CA. April 15, 1975.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Jim Hughart, b; Dick Borden, d.

1 THE BEST THING FOR YOU ?
2 SOMEONE TO WATCH OVER ME ?
3 TUNE UP ?
4 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM ?
5 OLD DEVIL MOON ?
6 IF YOU COULD SEE ME NOW ?
7 LITTLE WILLIE LEAPS ?
8 KARY'S TRANCE ?
9 EVERY TIME WE SAY GOODBYE ?

all PR probably heads and Marsh solos only; information from Jeremy Kellock


75-0416 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'The Times', Studio City, CA. April 16, 1975.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Jim Hughart, b; Dick Borden, d.

1 I CAN'T GIVE YOU ANYTHING BUT LOVE ?
2 COME RAIN OR COME SHINE ?
3 IT'S ALL RIGHT WITH ME ?
4 LITTLE WILLIE LEAPS ?
5 STELLA BY STARLIGHT ?
6 TICO TICO ?
7 YESTERDAYS ?
8 FEATHERBED ?
9 ISRAEL ?
10 STRIKE UP THE BAND inc. ?

all PR


75-0417 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'The Times', Studio City, CA. April 17, 1975.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Jim Hughart, b; Dick Borden, d.

1 STRIKE UP THE BAND ?
2 unknown title ?
3 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE ?
4 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE ?
5 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE ?
6 MY OLD FLAME ?
7 IT'S ONLY A PAPER MOON ?

all PR more tunes recorded; information from Jeremy Kellock


75-0420 WARNE MARSH-ART PEPPER.
'The Foxy Lady, Los Angeles, CA. April 20, 1975.

Art Pepper, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Mike Lang, el-p; John Morrell, g; Carol Kaye el.bs; Tommy Vig, d; Buddy Collette (5,7,8 on clt; 6 on flt).

1 SONNYMOON FOR TWO 11:02
2 ODE TO BILLIE JOE 18:08
3 HERE'S THAT RAINY DAY 14:01
4 I’LL REMEMBER APRIL 16:57
5 BROADWAY 13:22
6 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 18:21
7 WALKIN’ 22:17
8 CHAMELEON 21:29

all PR information from Laurie Pepper


75-0429 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'California Institute Of Technology', Pasadena, CA. April 29, 1975.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Jim Hughart, b; Dick Borden, d.

1 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE ?
2 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE ?
3 AIREGIN ?
4 IF YOU COULD SEE ME NOW ?
5 317 EAST 32nd STREET ?
6 ISRAEL ?
7 APRIL ?
8 STELLA BY STARLIGHT ?
9 BLUES (untitled) ?
10 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE ?

all PR


75-0506a WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'The Times', Studio City, CA. May 6, 1975.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Jim Hughart, b; Dick Borden, d.

1 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE ?
2 ISRAEL ?
3 STRIKE UP THE BAND ?
4 AIREGIN Levy out ?
5 I CAN'T GET STARTED Levy out ?
6 ORNITHOLOGY ?
7 I REMEMBER YOU ?
8 AUTUMN LEAVES ?
9 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM ?
10 EVERYTHING HAPPENS TO ME ?
11 LITTLE WILLIE LEAPS inc. ?

all PR information from Jeremy Kellock


75-0506b WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'The Times', Studio City, CA. May 6, 1975.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Jim Hughart, b; Dick Borden, d.

1 I FEEL A SONG COMING ON ?
2 LITTLE WILLIE LEAPS ?
3 THE WAY YOU LOOK TONIGHT * ?
4 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE * ?
5 MY OLD FLAME * ?

all PR * heads and Marsh solos only; information from Jeremy Kellock


75-0506c WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'The Times', Studio City, CA. May 6, 1975.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Jim Hughart, b; Dick Borden, d.

1 GOD BLESS THE CHILD ?
2 OLD DEVIL MOON ?
3 THE BEST THING FOR YOU ?
4 LOVE ME OR LEAVE ME ?
5 I FEEL A SONG COMING ON ?

all PR information from Jeremy Kellock


75-0506+ WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'The Times', Studio City, CA. May 6 & 7, 1975.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Jim Hughart, b; Dick Borden, d.

1 I REMEMBER YOU 8:40
2 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE (inc) 10:18
3 LENNIE'S PENNIES ?

all PR


75-0507 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'The Times', Studio City, CA. May 7, 1975.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Jim Hughart, b; Dick Borden, d.

1 CROSSCURRENT ?
2 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE ?
3 COME RAIN OR COME SHINE ?
4 STRIKE UP THE BAND ?
5 THE NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES ?
6 PLAY FIDDLE PLAY / KARY'S TRANCE ?
7 'S WONDERFUL ?

all PR information from Jeremy Kellock


75-0511+ SUPERSAX
'Donte’s', Lankershim Blvd, North Hollywood, CA. May 11 & probably May 18 1975.

Blue Mitchell, tp; Warne Marsh, ts; Jay Migliori, ts; Lou Levy, p; Fred Atwood or Buddy Clark, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1 CHEROKEE ?
2 ORNITHOLOGY ?
3 unknown title ?
4 unknown title ?
5 ORNITHOLOGY ?
6 unknown title ?
7 unknown title ?

all PR solos only (Marsh-Migliori-Mitchell)


75-0518 WARNE MARSH QUARTET
'Donte’s', Lankershim Blvd, North Hollywood, CA. May 18 1975.

Warne Marsh, ts; possibly Ron Eschete, g (1-4)Lou Levy, p; Fred Atwood or Buddy Clark, b; Jake Hanna, d; unknown vcl (probably Irene Kral) *

1 LITTLE BOY * 5:20
2 WAVE * 5:02
3 unknown title 1:44
4 OLD DEVIL MOON * 1:40
5 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE * 3:13
6 GIANT STEPS 4:26
7 THERE’LL NEVER BE ANOTHER YOU 7:06
8 ALONE TOGETHER 7:34

all PR mainly Marsh solos only


75-0603 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'The Times Restaurant', Ventura Blvd., Studio City, CA., June 3, 1975.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Fred Atwood, b;  Dick Borden, d.

1 I MAY BE WRONG 1:45
2 IDAHO 4:34
3 EVERYTHING HAPPENS TO ME 5:18
4 I FEEL A SONG COMING ON 4:56
5 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 5:01
6 ISRAEL 5:35
7 IF YOU COULD SEE ME NOW 4:40
8 I’LL REMEMBER APRIL 8:11
9 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 4:17
10 GEE BABY, AIN’T I GOOD TO YOU 4:02
11 THE NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES 7:01
12 CONFIRMATION 6:02
13 INDIAN SUMMER 6:21
14 STRIKE UP THE BAND 3:04

all PR Mainly Marsh solos only


75-0604 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'The Times Restaurant', Ventura Blvd., Studio City, CA. June 4, 1975.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Fred Atwood, b; Dick Borden, d.

1 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 5:38
2 EQUINOX 5:00
3 I FEEL A SONG COMING ON 4:10
4 MEAN TO ME 6:31
5 DIZZY ATMOSPHERE 5:14
6 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 5:17
7 STELLA BY STARLIGHT 4:43
8 GEE BABY, AIN'T I GOOD TO YOU 4:12
9 LITTLE WILLIE LEAPS 5:16
10 LOVER MAN 4:07

all PR Mainly Marsh solos only


75-0605 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'The Times Restaurant', Ventura Blvd., Studio City, CA. June 5, 1975.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, Dave Mackay*; p; Fred Atwood, b; Dick Borden, d.

1 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 3:53
2 EQUINOX 4:58
3 LITTLE WILLIE LEAPS 4:23
4 YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT LOVE IS 4:53
5 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE* 8:03
6 I'LL REMEMBER APRIL* 7:06
7 YOU GO TO MY HEAD* 5:49
8 SIPPIN' AT BELL'S* 3:48
9 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 6:37
10 THE MORE I SEE YOU 4:41
11 THE TROLLEY SONG 6:29
12 GIANT STEPS 6:14
13 LEAVE ME 4:41

all PR Mainly Marsh solos only.


75-0700 WARNE MARSH-CONNIE CROTHERS.
probably NYC. July, 1975.

Warne Marsh, ts; Connie Crothers, p; Joe Solomon, b; Skip Scott, d.

1-4 4 unknown titles ?

all PR information from Jeremy Kellock


75-0805 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'The Times', Studio City, CA. August 5, 1975.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Fred Atwood, b; Dick Borden, d

1 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE 8:11
2 band intro. by Warne Marsh 0:18
3 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 11:40
4 FEATHERBED 8:08
5 LITTLE WILLIE LEAPS 9:52
6 EASY TO LOVE 6:05
7 HOW HIGH THE MOON 9:19
8 GIANT STEPS 12:37
9 EMBRACEABLE YOU 10:18
10 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 9:40
11 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM (inc) 2:47
12 SALT PEANUTS 9:26

1-12 PR Recorded by Charles Coffman.


75-0805+ WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'The Times', Studio City, CA. August 5-7, 1975.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Fred Atwood, b; Dick Borden or Jake Hanna, d

1-? unknown titles ?

1-? PR unknown number of tunes from 3 nights; recorded by Paul Hoffman (info Jeremy Kellock)


75-0807 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'The Times', Studio City, CA. August 7, 1975.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Fred Atwood, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1 317 East 32nd STREET ?
2 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE ?
3 GIANT STEPS ?
4 THE MORE I SEE YOU ?
5 ANTHROPOLOGY ?
6 SIPPIN' AT BELL'S ?
7 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE ?
8 EMBRACEABLE YOU ?
9 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM ?
10 BE-BOP ?
11 THAT OLD FEELING ?
12 STRIKE UP THE BAND ?

all PR heads and Marsh' solos only.


75-0904 ELEK BACSIK.
Los Angeles, CA., September 4, 1975.

Oscar Brashear, tp; Med Flory (1,2), as; Warne Marsh, ts; Elek Bacsik, el.vln; Mike Wofford, p, el.p, synth; Chuck Domanico (1,2), b; Buddy Clark (3-5), b; Shelly Manne, d.

1 A NIGHT IN TUNISIA 5:18
2 BE-BOP 2:23
3 GROOVIN' HIGH solo Marsh 4:35
4 MOOSE THE MOOCHE solo Marsh 4:32
5 YARDBIRD SUITE 5:00

Note: remaining titles of LP/ Flying Dutchman BDL 1-1082 without Warne Marsh

all R Flying Dutchman BDL 1-1082 : RCA RVP-6035


75-0909a WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'The Times', Studio City, CA. probably September 9, 1975.

Gary Foster, as; Warne Marsh, ts; probably Fred Atwood, b; probably Dick Borden, d.

1 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE ?
2 I CAN'T GET STARTED ?
3 FEATHERBED ?

all PR Marsh solos only


75-0909b WARNE MARSH QUINTET.
probably 'The Times', Studio City, CA. September 9, 1975.

Gary Foster, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Monty Budwig, b; Dick Borden, d.

1 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM ?
2 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE ?
3 EVERYTHING HAPPENS TO ME ?
4 317 East 32nd STREET ?
5 I'LL REMEMBER APRIL ?

all PR mainly Marsh solos only - some heads and endings.


75-0910 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'The Times', Studio City, CA. September 10, 1975.

Gary Foster, as; Warne Marsh, ts; probably Fred Atwood, b; probably Dick Borden, d.

1 ALL ABOUT YOU inc. ?
2 APRIL ?
3 LOVER MAN ?
4 KARY'S TRANCE-1 ?
5 I'LL SEE YOU IN MY DREAMS ?
6 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM ?
7 TWO NOT ONE ?
8 BLUES (untitled) ?
9 LENNIE'S PENNIES ?
10 317 EAST 32nd STREET ?
11 KARY'S TRANCE-2 ?
12 HERE'S THAT RAINY DAY ?
13 JUST FRIENDS ?
14 CHEROKEE ?
15 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE ?

all PR


75-0911a WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'The Times', Studio City, CA. September 11, 1975.

Gary Foster, as; Warne Marsh, ts; probably Fred Atwood, b; probably Dick Borden, d.

1 JUST FRIENDS 3:48
2 LENNIE'S PENNIES 5:22
3 WALKIN' 3:19
4 317 EAST 32nd STREET 4:02
5 TWO NOT ONE-1 3:55
6 HOW ABOUT YOU / ALL ABOUT YOU ?
7 LEAVE ME ?
8 TWO NOT ONE-2 4:06
9 HERE'S THAT RAINY DAY 4:26
10 BACKGROUND MUSIC 5:55
11 FEATHERBED 5:19

all PR


75-0911b WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'The Times', Studio City, CA. September 11, 1975.

Gary Foster, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Fred Atwood, b; Dick Borden, d.

1 HOW ABOUT YOU ?
2 I'LL REMEMBER APRIL ?
3 LOVER MAN ?
4 KARY'S TRANCE ?
5 I'LL SEE YOU IN MY DREAMS inc. ?
6 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM ?

all PR recorded by Teo Alexander; information from Jeremy Kellock


75-1004 WARNE MARSH QUARTET In Concert.
'Carnegie Recital Hall', NYC, October 4, 1975.

Warne Marsh, ts; Connie Crothers, p; Joe Solomon, b; Roger Mancuso, d.

1 TWO NOT ONE 6:45
2 MY OLD FLAME 9:05
3 BACKGROUND MUSIC 5:50
4 317 EAST 32ND STREET 8:13
5 unknown BLUES 5:54
6 EASY LIVIN' 9:50
7 FEATHERBED 3:40
8 MELANCHOLY BABY omit Marsh 6:33
9 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 11:55
10 LENNIE'S PENNIES 6:18
11 HOW DEEP IS THE OCEAN 6:30
12 ALL ABOUT YOU 8:03
13 APRIL 6:40
14 BACK HOME 5:53
15 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE 6:15

Note: Producer Harold Sewing. (info Ted Brown).

all PR


75-1005 WARNE MARSH and FRIENDS.
'The Someday Lounge', Merrick, Long Island, NY. October 5, 1975.

Warne Marsh, ts; Larry Meyer, g; Joe Solomon, b; Roger Mancuso, d.

1 LESTER LEAPS IN 6:17
2 STAR EYES (inc) 4:29
3 FINE AND DANDY (inc) 5:42
4 DON'T BLAME ME 5:26
add LENNIE POPKIN ts.
5 DONNA LEE (solo order: POPKIN - MARSH) 7:46
6 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE (solo order: POPKIN - MARSH) 9:07
add TED BROWN ts.
7 FEATHERBED (solo order: BROWN – MARSH - POPKIN) 9:19
omit POPKIN ts.
8 BACKGROUND MUSIC (solo order: BROWN-MARSH) 7:21
add: BILLY LESTER p. for all tracks
omit: BROWN
9 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE (inc) 8:09
add: TED BROWN ts.
10 SMOG EYES (solo order: BROWN - MARSH) 6:48
add: SY PLATT tp.
11 317 EAST 32ND. STREET (solo order: PLATT - BROWN - MARSH) 13:10
12 LENNIE'S PENNIES (solo order: BROWN - PLATT - MARSH) 10:29
omit: BROWN.
13 THESE FOOLISH THINGS (inc) 8:39
omit: PLATT.
14 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 9:58
15 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE 7:21
16 APRIL 8:25

1-16 PR Recorded by Harold Sewing – tape from Ted Brown Feb. 2004


75-0000b SUPERSAX.
'Donte’s', Lankershim Blvd, North Hollywood, CA. unknown dates in 1975.

Warne Marsh, ts; rest of personnel unsure.

1 THE BIRD 2.36
2 ORNITHOLOGY 3.21
3 BLUE 'N' BOOGIE 2:00
4 DIZZY ATMOSPHERE 1.23
5 SALT PEANUTS 2.24
6 KOKO 3.40
7 HOT HOUSE 2.07
8 SALT PEANUTS (2) 1.54
9 KOKO (2) 3.14
10 BLUE 'N' BOOGIE (2) 1.46
11 ORNITHOLOGY (2) 2.31
12 THE BIRD (2) 1.36
13 DIZZY ATMOSPHERE (2) 1.50

all PR Marsh solos only


75-0000c SUPERSAX.
unknown location, unknown date, probably fall 1975.

Personnel probably: Conte Candoli, tp; Med Flory, as; Joe Lopes, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Jay Migliori, ts; Jack Nimitz, bars; Lou Levy, p; Buddy Clark or Fred Atwood, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1 BILLIE'S BOUNCE ?
2 IF I SHOULD LEAVE YOU ?
3 THE BIRD ?
4 ROUND MIDNIGHT ?
5 NIGHT IN TUNISIA ?

all no trace of recording (information from Ted Brown)


75-1017 SUPERSAX.
probably 'Donte's', North Hollywood, October 17 1975.

Personnel probably: Conte Candoli, tp; Med Flory, as; Joe Lopes, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Jay Migliori, ts; Jack Nimitz, bars; Lou Levy, p; Buddy Clark or Fred Atwood, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1 SCRAPPLE FROM THE APPLE ?
2 PARKER'S MOOD ?
3 JUST FRIENDS ?
4 SALT PEANUTS ?
5 CONFIRMATION ?
6 DONNA LEE ?
7 KOKO ?
8 NIGHT IN TUNISIA ?
9 LADY BE GOOD ?
10 MOOSE THE MOOCHE inc. ?
11 STAR EYES ?
12 GROOVIN' HIGH ?

all PR Possibly Marsh solos only; information from Harold Sewing


75-1022 SUPERSAX.
unknown location, Philadelphia, PA, October 22 1975.

Personnel probably: Conte Candoli, tp; Med Flory, as; Joe Lopes, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Jay Migliori, ts; Jack Nimitz, bars; Lou Levy, p; Buddy Clark or Fred Atwood, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1 THE BIRD ?
2 STAR EYES ?
3 NIGHT IN TUNISIA ?
4 SALT PEANUTS ?
5 LOVER MAN ?
6 ORNITHOLOGY ?
7 MOOSE THE MOOCHE ?
8 YARDBIRD SUITE ?
9 KOKO ?

all PR Possibly Marsh solos only; information from Harold Sewing


75-1025 SUPERSAX.
probably 'Donte's', North Hollywood, October 25 1975.

Personnel probably: Conte Candoli, tp; Med Flory, as; Joe Lopes, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Jay Migliori, ts; Jack Nimitz, bars; Lou Levy, p; Buddy Clark or Fred Atwood, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1 SALT PEANUTS ?
2 KOKO ?
3 THE BIRD ?
4 NIGHT IN TUNISIA ?
5 BE-BOP ?
6 GROOVIN' HIGH ?

all PR Possibly Marsh solos only; information from Harold Sewing


75-1026 SUPERSAX.
probably 'Donte's', North Hollywood, October 26 1975.

Personnel probably: Conte Candoli, tp; Med Flory, as; Joe Lopes, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Jay Migliori, ts; Jack Nimitz, bars; Lou Levy, p; Buddy Clark or Fred Atwood, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1 SCRAPPLE FROM THE APPLE ?
2 SALT PEANUTS ?
3 CONFIRMATION ?

all PR probably Marsh solos only; information from Harold Sewing


75-1102 SUPERSAX.
unknown location, Camden N.J., November 2 1975.

Personnel probably: Conte Candoli, tp; Med Flory, as; Joe Lopes, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Jay Migliori, ts; Jack Nimitz, bars; Lou Levy, p; Buddy Clark or Fred Atwood, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1 SCRAPPLE FROM THE APPLE-1 ?
2 SALT PEANUTS ?
3 KOKO-1 ?
4 THE BIRD ?
5 GROOVIN' HIGH ?
6 SCRAPPLE FROM THE APPLE-2 ?
7 NIGHT IN TUNISIA ?
8 KOKO-2 ?

all PR probably Marsh solos only; information from Harold Sewing


75-1103 SUPERSAX.
probably, Camden N.J., November 3 1975.

Personnel probably: Conte Candoli, tp; Med Flory, as; Joe Lopes, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Jay Migliori, ts; Jack Nimitz, bars; Lou Levy, p; Buddy Clark or Fred Atwood, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1 SCRAPPLE FROM THE APPLE ?
2 STAR EYES ?
3 KOKO ?

all PR probably Marsh solos only; information from Harold Sewing


75-1100a SUPERSAX
'Donte's', North Hollywood, November 1975.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Fred Atwood, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1 KOKO / CHEROKEE ?
2 ORNITHOLOGY ?

all PR heads and Marsh solos only


75-1100b SUPERSAX
'Donte's', North Hollywood, November 1975.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Fred Atwood, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1 SALT PEANUTS ?
2 KOKO ?
3 ORNITHOLOGY (with 'Lunarcy' changes) ?
4 I GOT RHYTHM changes ?
5 I GOT RHYTHM changes ?
6 LOVER MAN ?
7 BLUES ?
8 KOKO ?

all PR Marsh solos only; information from Harold Sewing


75-1100c SUPERSAX
'Donte's', North Hollywood, November 1975.

Warne Marsh, ts; probably Lou Levy, p; Buddy Clark or Fred Atwood, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1 ORNITHOLOGY ?
2 SALT PEANUTS ?
3 unknown title ?
4 unknown title ?
5 BLUES (unknown) ?
6 KOKO / CHEROKEE add: Jay Migliori, ts. inc. ?

all PR Marsh solos only + Migliori on one title


75-1100d SUPERSAX
'Donte's', North Hollywood, November 1975.

Warne Marsh, ts; probably Lou Levy, p; Buddy Clark or Fred Atwood, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1 SCRAPPLE FROM THE APPLE ?
2 KOKO ?
3 unknown minor tune ?
4 DONNA LEE ?
5 I REMEMBER YOU ?
6 KOKO ?
7 unknown title ?
8 unknown title ?
9 SALT PEANUTS add: Blue Mitchell, tp ?

Add: Med Flory, as; Joe Lopes, as; Jay Migliori, ts; Jack Nimitz, bars

10 KOKO solo maybe Migliori ?
11 ORNITHOLOGY ?

all PR Marsh solos only + Mitchell on one title


75-1116 WARNE MARSH QUINTET.
'College Of The Siskiyous', College Rd., Weed, CA., November 16, 1975.
Gary Foster, as, ss *; Warne Marsh, ts; Ron Hoopes, p; Fred Atwood, b; Jake Hanna, d.
1 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 13:55
2 FEATHERBED 8:09
3 317 EAST 32ND STREET 12:22
4 LENNIE'S PENNIES 8:51
5 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE * 10:37
6 introduction (by Warne Marsh) 0:35
7 LOVER MAN omit Foster 10:38
8 TWO NOT ONE 6:32
9 ALL ABOUT YOU 7:21
all PR


75-1100e WARNE MARSH QUINTET.
Stockholm, Sweden, unknown date, November, 1975.

Warne Marsh, ts; Jan Allan, tp; Robert Malmberg, p; Roman Dylag, b; Rune Carlsson, d.

1 317 EAST 32ND STREET 9:52
2 LITTLE WILLIE LEAPS 9:24
3 DARN THAT DREAM 8:31
4 LESTER LEAPS IN 9:19
5 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 13:22
6 DONNA LEE 8:22
7 WALKIN’ 9:54
8 LIKE SOMEONE IN LOVE 12:12

all PR private recording (CD-timing)


75-1100f WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
Copenhagen, Denmark, unknown date, November, 1975.
Warne Marsh, ts; Ole Kock Hansen, p; Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen, b; Alex Riel, d.
1 B FLAT BLUES 3:05
2 TUNE UP 4:00
3 LITTLE WILLIE LEAPS 5:12
all PR recorded from Radio Broadcast


75-1203 WARNE MARSH QUINTET.
'Jazzhus Montmartre', Copenhagen, Denmark, December 3, 1975.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Ole Kock Hansen, p; Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen, b; Alex Riel (1-12), d; Svend Erik Norregard (13), d.

1 BACKGROUND MUSIC 10:10
2 SOUND LEE ?
3 WOW! ?
4 LITTLE WILLIE LEAPS ?
5 BLUES BY LESTER ?
6 WHAT'S NEW? ?
7 ORNITHOLOGY ?
8 I ALWAYS KNEW ?
9 AUTUMN LEAVES ?
10 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE ?
11 I'LL REMEMBER APRIL ?
12 BACK HOME / INDIANA 10:42
13 YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT LOVE IS 3:59

1 R Storyville SLP-1017 : Storyville SLP-4001
1 CD Storyville STCD 8201
13 R Storyville SLP-4096
13 CD Storyville STCD 8203
3-12 Storyville unissued


75-1204 WARNE MARSH QUINTET.
'Jazzhus Montmartre', Copenhagen, Denmark, December 4, 1975.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Ole Kock Hansen, p; Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen, b; Svend Erik Nørregard, d, unknown female, vcl. *.

1 KARY'S TRANCE 3:56
2 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 11:02
3 FEATHERBED 6:22
4 BUT NOT FOR ME * 4:52
5 DARN THAT DREAM 4:10
6 SOUND LEE 9:26
7 317 EAST 32ND STREET 7:36
8 DREAMS (FALSE START) 0:18
9 DREAMS 7:47
10 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM inc. 7:38
11 ANTHROPOLOGY 8:00
12 STAR EYES ?
13 APRIL 9:38
14 BACK HOME 10:55

1,2,13 CD Storyville STCD 8201
1,13 R Storyville SLP-1017 : Storyville SLP-4001
14 R Storyville SLP-4096
14 CD Storyville STCD 8203
3-12 Storyville unissued
3-12 PR/CD


75-1205 WARNE MARSH QUINTET.
'Jazzhus Montmartre', Copenhagen, Denmark, December 5, 1975.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Ole Kock Hansen, p; Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen, b; Svend Erik Nørregard, d.

1 BLUES BY LESTER (POUND CAKE) 7:44
2 LENNIE-BIRD 8:28
3 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 10:10
4 I'LL SEE YOU IN MY DREAMS ?
5 STELLA BY STARLIGHT ?
6 TWO NOT ONE ?
7 TUNE UP ?
8 I ALWAYS KNEW ?
9 DARN THAT DREAM ?
10 FEATHERBED ?
11 DONNA LEE ?
12 WOW! 6:30
13 LITTLE WILLIE LEAPS 8:00
14 JUST FRIENDS 7:52
15 OLD FOLKS 4:16
16 AU PRIVAVE 10:49

1-3 R Storyville SLP-1017 : Storyville SLP-4001( -1 as 'Blues For Lester')
1-3 CD Storyville STCD 8201
13-16 R Storyville SLP-4096
12-16 CD Storyville STCD 8203
4-11 Storyville unissued


75-1206 LEE KONITZ-WARNE MARSH QUINTET.
'BIM-huis', Amsterdam, Holland, December 6, 1975.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Dave Cliff, g; Peter Ind, b; Al Levitt, d.

1 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE 10:40
2 TWO NOT ONE 7:12
3 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 7:28
4 NOW'S THE TIME 5:50
5 BACKGROUND MUSIC 6:22
6 317 EAST 32ND STREET 7:58
7 MY OLD FLAME 7:32
8 SOFTLY AS IN A MORNING SUNRISE 6:45
9 CHEROKEE 8:04
10 WOW 4:05
11 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 6:35
12 APRIL 8:11
13 DARN THAT DREAM 4:18
14 LITTLE WILLIE LEAPS 4:26
15 KARY'S TRANCE 4:20

Note: Timing: music only

all PR Guitar solos are cut out on this private tape, except title-1


75-1207 LEE KONITZ-WARNE MARSH QUINTET.
'Theater Pepijn', The Hague, Holland, December 7, 1975.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Dave Cliff, g; Peter Ind, b; Al Levitt, d.

1 SMOG EYES 9:55
2 SOFTLY AS IN A MORNING SUNRISE 9:55
3 BACKGROUND MUSIC 6:03
4 SOUND-LEE 7:18
5 FOOLIN' MYSELF 4:47
6 WOW! 8:17
7 TWO NOT ONE 8:18
8 317 EAST 32ND STREET 7:35
9 I NEVER KNEW 4:15
10 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 7:25
11 YOU'D BE SO NICE TO COME HOME TO 9:03
12 ORNITHOLOGY / LENNIE-BIRD 7:00

all PR


75-1209 LEE KONITZ-WARNE MARSH QUINTET. RTB-RB.
‘Hnita Hoeve’, Heist Op Den Berg, Belgium, December 9, 1975.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Dave Cliff, g; Peter Ind, b; Al Levitt, d.

1 KARY'S TRANCE (start missing) 6:30
2 BLUES BY LESTER 8:08
3 APRIL 8:57

all RB/PR RTB-radio (according to Juul Anthonissen the RTB tapes are lost.)


75-1211 WARNE MARSH QUARTET. TROS-Radio Broadcast. (Weekly program 'Tros-Sesjun').
‘De Boerenhofstede’, Laren, Holland, December 11, 1975.

Warne Marsh, ts; Dave Cliff, g; Peter Ind, b; Al Levitt, d.

1 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE 8:00
2 Interview with Warne Marsh (by Cees Schrama, program announcer) 3:32
3 I WANT TO BE HAPPY 6:27
4 EASY LIVING 4:28
5 SOFTLY AS IN A MORNING SUNRISE inc. 6:05

all RB/PR TROS-radio, 75-1211;

Note: Other dates for this tour:
Friday Dec. 12, 1975: unknown location, Dordrecht, Holland
Saturday Dec 13, 1975: Concordia Theatre, Enschede, Holland.
Sunday Dec. 14, 1975 (2:30 pm) George's Jazzcafe, Arnhem, Holland.


75-1215 LEE KONITZ-WARNE MARSH QUINTET.
'Amecitia', Franeker, Holland, December 15, 1975.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Dave Cliff, g; Peter Ind, b; Al Levitt, d.

1 KARY'S TRANCE 10:30
2 SOUND-LEE 7:35
3 FOOLIN' MYSELF 7:20
4 BACKGROUND MUSIC 5:26
5 YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT LOVE IS 4:42
6 TWO NOT ONE 8:40
7 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE 10:40
8 317 EAST 32ND STREET 8:34
9 YOU GO TO MY HEAD 6:35
10 LITTLE WILLIE LEAPS 7:15

all PR


75-1218 LEE KONITZ-WARNE MARSH QUINTET.
The Covent Garden Community Centre, Seven Dials, London, England,
December 18, 1975.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Dave Cliff, g; Peter Ind, b; Al Levitt, d.

1 WOW! 10:55
2 BACKGROUND MUSIC 6:13
3 SOFTLY AS IN A MORNING SUNRISE 7:08
4 YOU GO TO MY HEAD 4:27
5 317 EAST 32ND STREET 8:38
6 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE 6:42
7 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 7:03
8 BACH TWO PART INVENTION duet Konitz-Marsh 1:19
9 KARY'S TRANCE 10:52
10 THE WAY YOU LOOK TONIGHT inc. 6:16
11 NOW'S THE TIME 9:06
12 APRIL inc. 7:17
13 DARN THAT DREAM inc. 4:20
14 DONNA LEE ?

all PR


75-1220 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
Warren Bulkeley Hotel, Stockport, Cheshire, England, December 20, 1975.

Warne Marsh, ts; Dave Cliff, g; Peter Ind, b; Al Levitt, d.

1 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE 7:55
2 MOTORWAY BLUES 7:35
3 I WANT TO BE HAPPY 5:20
4 IT’S ONLY A PAPER MOON 8:40
5 THE NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES 9:00
6 STELLA BY STARLIGHT 18:00
7 DIZZY ATMOSPHERE 6:20
8 CRAZY SHE CALLS ME INC. 13:40
9 I’M GETTING SENTIMENTAL OVER YOU 10:05
10 THEY CAN’T TAKE THAT AWAY FROM ME (inc.) 6:40
11 THE WAY YOU LOOK TONIGHT 8:00
12 NOW'S THE TIME 8:00
13 BACKGROUND MUSIC 8:15
14 GOD BLESS THE CHILD 9:00
15 AU PRIVAVE 5:10

all PR


75-1221 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'Queens Theatre', Sittingbourne, Kent, England, December 21, 1975.

Warne Marsh, ts; Dave Cliff, g; Peter Ind, b; Al Levitt, d.

1 EASY TO LOVE 8:24
2 LITTLE WILLIE LEAPS 5:37
3 GOD BLESS THE CHILD 4:34
4 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 4:34
5 DONNA LEE 5:12
6 THE NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES 6:50
7 FOOLIN' MYSELF 6:50
8 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE 4:29
9 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 8:00
10 AU PRIVAVE 6:39
11 THE WAY YOU LOOK TONIGHT 4:52
12 BODY AND SOUL 6:33
13 LIMEHOUSE BLUES 4:40
14 DARN THAT DREAM 6:50
15 SOFTLY AS IN A MORNING SUNRISE 5:51
16 BACKGROUND MUSIC 4:05

all PR


75-1222 LEE KONITZ-WARNE MARSH QUINTET.
'The Corner House', Whitley Bay, England, December 22, 1975.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Dave Cliff, g; Peter Ind, b; Al Levitt, d.

1 WOW! 11:17
2 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 7:34
3 THE NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES 11:00
4 LOVER MAN Marsh out 4:10
5 BACKGROUND MUSIC 10:20
6 SOUND-LEE 10:15
7 APRIL 10:10
8 STAR EYES 9:05
9 GOD BLESS THE CHILD Konitz out 6:40
10 CHI CHI 9:50
11 TWO NOT ONE 9:00
12 BACK HOME (Donna Lee) start omitted, inc. 7:00

all PR recorded by Jack Goodwin.


75-1227 LEE KONITZ-WARNE MARSH QUINTET.
'Jazzhus Montmartre', Copenhagen, Denmark, December 27. 1975.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Dave Cliff, g; Peter Ind, b; Al Levitt, d.

a WOW! 6:55
2 BACKGROUND MUSIC 7:21
3 FOOLIN' MYSELF 5:50
4 CHI CHI 7:02
5 APRIL 9:07
6 SOUND-LEE 8:10
7 LITTLE WILLIE LEAPS 5:50
8 DARN THAT DREAM 5:00
9 BACKGROUND MUSIC 6:20
10 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 7:11
11 KARY'S TRANCE 6:00
12 EVERYTHING HAPPENS TO ME 4:55
13 THE NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES 6:01
14 YARDBIRD SUITE 7:37
15 317 EAST 32ND STREET 8:15
16 THE WAY YOU LOOK TONIGHT 7:56
17 GOD BLESS THE CHILD 6:05
18 TWO NOT ONE 6:55
19 I'LL SEE YOU IN MY DREAMS 5:20
20 ORNITHOLOGY 7:06
21 NOW'S THE TIME 8:04
22 BACH INVENTION NO. XIII (Allegro Tranquillo) 1:10
23 BACH INVENTION NO. I (Allegro) 1:00

all PR
3,6,8,11,15,18,22,23 R Storyville SLP-1020 : Storyville SLP-4026
3,5,6,8,11,12,15,18,22,23 CD Storyville STCD-8202 : Mobil Fidelity UDCD-707
4 CD Storyville STCD-8203


75-1228 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'Ivar Rosenberg Studio', Copenhagen, Denmark, December 28, 1975

Warne Marsh, ts; Dave Cliff, g; NHØ Pedersen, b; Al Levitt, d.

1 BLUES IN G FLAT 7:28
2 AFTER YOU’VE GONE 3:35
3 THE SONG IS YOU take 1 6:12
4 LENNIE BIRD (Ornithology) take 2 5:52
5 IT’S YOU OR NO ONE take 2 6:05
6 GOD BLESS THE CHILD take 2 6:41
7 THE WAY YOU LOOK TONIGHT take 1 5:52
8 WITHOUT A SONG 6:24
9 YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT LOVE IS 6:25
10 BE MY LOVE 5:42
11 LENNIE BIRD take 3 5:03

all CD Storyville STCD-8259
9 CD Storyville 8314


75-1229 WARNE MARSH TRIO
'Ivar Rosenberg Studio', Copenhagen, Denmark, December 29, 1975

Warne Marsh, ts; NHØ Pedersen, b; Al Levitt, d.

1 CONFIRMATION take 2 4:43
2 I CAN’T GIVE YOU ANYTHING BUT LOVE 5:26
3 WITHOUT A SONG take 3 6:53
4 JUST ONE OF THOSE THINGS take 2 3:26
5 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 5:05
6 I SHOULD CARE take 1 4:22
7 THE MORE I SEE YOU 6:21
8 WHEN YOU’RE SMILING take 1 2:58
9 TAKIN’ A CHANCE ON LOVE 3:36
10 LITTLE WILLIE LEAPS 4:45
11 EVERY TIME WE SAY GOODBYE 4:09
12 I WANT TO BE HAPPY 4:28

all CD Storyville STCD-8278
1 CD Storyville STCD-8314


75-1230 LEE KONITZ - WARNE MARSH.
'Salle Vassé', Nantes, France, December 30, 1975.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Martial Solal (5,6), p; Dave Cliff, g; Peter Ind, b; Al Levitt, d.

1 WOW! 8:17
2 BACKGROUND MUSIC 5:17 / 5:00
3 DARN THAT DREAM 4:33
4 CHI CHI 4:38 / 4:52
5 I'LL REMEMBER APRIL 4:46 / 5:30
6 317 EAST 32ND STREET 8:25
7 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 8:06
8 BACH INVENTION NO.? 0:57 / 1:10
9 ANTHROPOLOGY 8:35 / 9:20
10 MARSHMALLOW ?
11 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE ?
12 IT COULD HAPPEN TO YOU ?
13 WITHOUT A SONG ?
14 YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT LOVE IS ?
15 BE MY LOVE ?

Note: Chamberlain gives the following extra titles: Ah, Now; In A Sentimental Mood; Round Midnight; and Scrapple From The Apple, but does not mention titles 10-15.
Timing differs by source, maybe in/excluding applause.

1-9 RR recorded by ORTF-France Musique
1-5 PR broadcast by ORTF. (See Lee Konitz discography, p. 84 / Frohne)
1-4 PR


76-0000 WARNE MARSH.
unknown location and date possibly 1976.

Warne Marsh, ts; others unknown, (possibly Ben Aronov, p; Steve Gilmore, b; Bill Goodwin, d.).

1 SAX OF A KIND ?

1 PR


76-0219+a WARNE MARSH with Supersax
"Ratso’s", Chicago, February 19 - 22, 1976.

Med Flory, Joe Lopes as; Warne Marsh, Jay Migliori, ts; Jack Nimitz bars; Conte Candoli, tp;
Lou Levy, p; Fred Atwood, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1 ORNITHOLOGY ?
2 I GOT RHYTHM CHANGES ?
3 ORNITHOLOGY ?
4 BLUES ?
5 THE BIRD ?
6 KOKO ?
7 I GOT RHYTHM CHANGES ?
8 KOKO ?

all PR Marsh solos only on this private recording


76-0219+b WARNE MARSH with Supersax.
"Ratso’s", Chicago, February 19 - 22. 1976.
Med Flory, Joe Lopes as; Warne Marsh, Jay Migliori, ts; Jack Nimitz bars; Conte Candoli, tp;
Lou Levy, p; Fred Atwood, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1 SCRAPPLE FROM THE APPLE ?
2 KOKO ?
3 ORNITHOLOGY ?
4 BLUES (unknown) ?
5 SALT PEANUTS ?
6 KOKO ?
7 ORNITHOLOGY ?
8 unknown title ?
9 unknown title ?
10 SALT PEANUTS ?
11 KOKO ?
12 ORNITHOLOGY ?
13 BLUES (unknown) ?
14 unknown title ?
15 SALT PEANUTS ?
16 KOKO ?
17 ORNITHOLOGY ?
18 unknown title ?

Note: This listing may be a summary of different concerts. Perhaps it duplicates one or more of the titles of 76-0219+a

1-18 PR Marsh solos only on this private recording


76-0220 WARNE MARSH QUARTET. 'All Music'
'Sound Studios', Chicago, ILL., Friday, February 20, 1976.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p, el.p*; Fred Atwood, b; Jake Hanna, d.
Recorded during a Supersax tour.

take
1 Lunarcy unissued 9:46
2 I HAVE A GOOD ONE false start
3 I HAVE A GOOD ONE false start total time takes 2 & 3 0:47
4 I HAVE A GOOD ONE 6:48
5 I HAVE A GOOD ONE 5:29
6 I HAVE A GOOD ONE 5:49
7 A Time For Love * 5:38
8 A TIME FOR LOVE * 5:20
9 I HAVE A GOOD ONE * 5:55
10 317 E. 32nd. incomplete 0:53
11 317 E. 32nd. unissued 5:27
12 Background Music unissued 3:46

2-6, 8, 9 CD Nessa ncd-7
Note: Details of takes and timings from Chuck Nessa with thanks.


76-0221 WARNE MARSH QUARTET. 'All Music'
'Sound Studios', Chicago, ILL., Saturday, February 21, 1976.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p, el p*; Fred Atwood, b; Jake Hanna, d.
Recorded during a Supersax tour.

take
13 I HAVE A GOOD ONE 5:49
14 ON PURPOSE 5:44
15 On Purpose unissued 6:55
16 ON PURPOSE 7:07
17 Subconscious-Lee false start 0:06
18 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 5:04
19 A Time For Love* incomplete 2:21
20 317 E. 32nd. false start 0:15
21 317 E. 32nd. incomplete 7:52
22 317 E. 32ND. 6:57
23 Background Music incomplete 0:51
24 BACKGROUND MUSIC 4:32
25 LUNARCY 9:02
26 Easy Living unissued 4:11
27 Easy Living incomplete 0:45
28 EASY LIVING 4:09
29 A Time For Love* false start 0:18
30 A Time For Love* incomplete 2:28
31 A Time For Love* incomplete 3:45

13,16,18,22,24,25,28 R Nessa N-7
13,14,16,18,22,24,25,28 CD Nessa ncd-7
Note: Details of takes and timings from Chuck Nessa with thanks.


76-0222 WARNE MARSH- ZOOT SIMS
'Ratso’s', Chicago, Sunday February 22, 1976.

Warne Marsh, ts; Zoot Sims, ts; Lou Levy, p; Jim Atlas, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1 I’LL REMEMBER APRIL 12:03
2 BLUES 5:08

1 CD JAZZBANK/Archives MTCJ-1036 (Jap) - date shown incorrectly as Feb. 18 1976.
1-2 PR
Note Confirmation of date and personnel from Chuck Nessa


76-0309 LEE KONITZ-WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'Middleton Hall', Hull, England, March 9, 1976.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Peter Ind, b; Al Levitt, d.

1 EASY LIVING ?
2 IT'S ONLY A PAPER MOON ?
3 YOU GO TO MY HEAD ?
4 WOW! ?
5 SOUND-LEE ?
6 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE ?
7 317 EAST 32ND STREET ?
8 CHI CHI ?
9 DONNA LEE ?
10 LADY BE GOOD ?
11 BODY AND SOUL ?

Entry according to Edo Essed. (source: "a jazz journal"); no trace of recording.


76-0313 LEE KONITZ-WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
Bergamo, Italy, March 13, 1976.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Peter Ind, b; Al Levitt, d.

1 WOW! 4:22
2 BACKGROUND MUSIC 5:10
3 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE 5:40
4 MY OLD FLAME 4:40
5 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 5:40
6 317 EAST 32ND STREET 4:55
7 BACH INVENTION NO. ? duet Konitz-Marsh 1:05
8 I'LL REMEMBER APRIL 7:25

all PR


76-0314 LEE KONITZ-WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'Quadrifolio Auditorium', Pescara, Italy, March 14, 1976.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Peter Ind, b; Al Levitt, d.

1 WOW! 8:00
2 BACKGROUND MUSIC 6:11
3 CHI CHI 7:40
4 EASY LIVING Konitz out 6:42
5 CHEROKEE Marsh out 5:30
6 THE WAY YOU LOOK TONIGHT 7:05
7 BODY AND SOUL 5:24
8 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 5:26
9 I'LL REMEMBER APRIL 7:40
10 SOUND-LEE 6:10
11 BACH INVENTION NO. ? duet Konitz-Marsh 1:05
12 KARY'S TRANCE 7:25
13 TWO NOT ONE 5:22

all PR


76-0315 LEE KONITZ-WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'Shaw Theatre', London, England, March 15, 1976.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Peter Ind, b; Al Levitt, d.

1 WOW! 7:15
2 BACKGROUND MUSIC 5:32
3 CHEROKEE 3:26
4 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE 7:12
5 BODY AND SOUL 4:28
6 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 6:02
7 FOOLS RUSH IN solo bass 4:10
8 SOUND-LEE 5:40
9 317 EAST 32ND STREET 8:10
10 THE NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES feature Marsh 4:55
11 YOU GO TO MY HEAD feature Konitz 6:20
12 TWO NOT ONE 6:05
13 STAR EYES 3:42
14 INVENTION IN A MINOR duet Konitz-Marsh 0:57
15 LADY BE GOOD (POUND CAKE) Konitz out 7:15
16 EASY LIVING feature Marsh 4:00
17 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 8:10
18 APRIL 6:55

all PR
2,4,5,11,13,14,16 R Wave LP-16
2,4,5,11,13,14,16 & 17 CD Jazz Lips 760 (2 CD-set  + all 12 titles of 59-0224)


76-0405 SUPERSAX. Station KBCA "Blue Monday Jazz" radio broadcast.
'Playboy Club', Century City, Beverly Hills, CA., April 5, 1976

Conte Candoli, tp; Med Flory, as; Lanny Morgan, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Jay Migliori, ts; Jack Nimitz, bars; Lou Levy, p; Fred Atwood, b; Jake Hanna, d.

1 Intro by station and Med Flory 1:21
2 SCRAPPLE FROM THE APPLE (10:10)-10:24
3 SALT PEANUTS (8:10)-10:51
4 APRIL IN PARIS (2:56)-4:06
5 MOOSE THE MOOCHE (10:24)-11:55

Notes: Other titles attributed to this broadcast ('Just Friends', 'Koko' and 'Star Eyes') not confirmed.
Due to rather long talking, 'music-only'-times given in brackets.

1-5  PT  PCD


76-0425 WARNE MARSH-SAL MOSCA.
'Sarah Lawrence College', Bronxville, NY, April 25, 1976.

Warne Marsh, ts; Sal Mosca, p; Sam Jones, b; Roy Haynes, d.

1 BACKGROUND MUSIC 7:12
2 SHE'S FUNNY THAT WAY 7:53

Also recorded from audience

3 IT’S YOU OR NO ONE 8:19
4 YOU GO TO MY HEAD 7:34
5 SIPPIN’ AT BELL'S 9:39
6 I LOVE YOU 10:11
7 CHEROKEE 9:12
8 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 11:58
9 BACKGROUND MUSIC 6:37
10 SHE’S FUNNY THAT WAY 7:38
11 I'M GETTING SENTIMENTAL OVER YOU 8:43
12 LOVER COME BACK TO ME 11:47
13 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 10:43

Note: For other titles on Interplay IP-7725 see 79-0502 and 79-0808.

1,2 R Discovery DS-863 : Flyright FLY-216 : Interplay IP-7725
1,2 CD Discovery DSC-945
1,2 CD Gambit Records 69233
3-13 PR
Note The date given on the Interplay and Discovery issues is shown as April 25th. 1977. However, the Archives Department of Sarah Lawrence College has confirmed to JG that the correct date was April 25th. 1976.


76-0524 LEE KONITZ-WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'Ronnie Scott Club', London, England, May 24, 1976.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Peter Ind, b; Al Levitt, d.

1 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 7:00
2 STAR EYES 9:45
3 EMBRACEABLE YOU 4:25
4 EASY LIVIN' Marsh out ? 3:56
5 WOW! 7:00
6 YOU GO TO MY HEAD 5:27
7 TWO NOT ONE 7:47
8 SOUND-LEE 6:54
9 BACKGROUND MUSIC 8:06
10 JUST FRIENDS 7:56
11 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 10:01
12 MY OLD FLAME Marsh out 4:39

1,3-5,9,10 PR
2,6-8,11,12 R Epic 25AP-897 : Pausa PR-7019 : Pausa 1977 : Produttori Asssociati LP-72 (as from 76-0521)
4 R Wave LP-14


76-0525 LEE KONITZ-WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'Ronnie Scott Club', London, England, May 25, 1976.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Peter Ind, b; Al Levitt, d.

1 SHE'S FUNNY THAT WAY 7:08
2 LIMEHOUSE BLUES 9:15
3 CHI CHI 10:02
4 EMBRACEABLE YOU Marsh feature 5:24
5 WOW! 12:32
6 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 10:22
7 JUST FRIENDS 9:58
8 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE ?
9 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE ?
10 STAR EYES ?
11 TWO NOT ONE ?
12 KARY’S TRANCE ?
13 YOU GO TO MY HEAD ?
14 EASY LIVING Konitz feature ?
15 APRIL ?
16 BACKGROUND MUSIC ?

all PR


76-0527 LEE KONITZ-WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'Ronnie Scott Club', London, England, May 27, 1976.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Peter Ind, b; Al Levitt, d.

1 LIMEHOUSE BLUES 8:18
2 SOUND-LEE 10:04
3 LEAVE ME 8:48
4 CHI CHI ?
5 EMBRACEABLE YOU ?
6 APRIL ?
7 WOW ?
8 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE ?
9 JUST FRIENDS ?

1-9 PR


76-0601+ LEE KONITZ-WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'Ronnie Scott Club', London, England, June 1 & 2, 1976.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Peter Ind, b; Al Levitt, d.

1 IT’S YOU OR NO ONE ?
2 WOW ?
3 YOU GO TO MY HEAD ?
4 TWO NOT ONE ?
5 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE ?
6 EMBRACEABLE YOU ?
7 CHI CHI ?
8 STAR EYES ?
9 SOUND-LEE ?
10 BACKGROUND MUSIC ?
11 KARY’S TRANCE ?
12 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE ?
13 SHE’S FUNNY THAT WAY ?

all PR


76-0701 LEE KONITZ-WARNE MARSH QUINTET.
'Storyville Club', 41 East, 58th Street, NYC, July 1, 1976.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Sal Mosca, p; Eddie Gomez, b; Eliot Zigmund, d.

1 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 8:08
2 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 9:15
3 LOVER MAN 7:47
4 SOUND-LEE inc. 5:51
5 BACKGROUND MUSIC 6:42
6 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE 6:51
7 LENNIE'S PENNIES 8:59
8 STAR EYES 6:30
9 WOW! 10:25
10 TAKIN' A CHANCE ON LOVE 10:20
11 APRIL 10:54
12 EASY LIVING 6:32

Note: The quintet played in this (George Wein's) club from Wed. June 30 - Sun. July 4.
Information from club operator Rigmor Newman, wife of trumpeter Joe Newman.

1-12 PR 


76-0702 BILL EVANS TRIO featuring LEE KONITZ & WARNE MARSH.
'Newport Jazz Festival', 'Radio City Music Hall', NYC, July 2, 1976.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Bill Evans, p; Eddie Gomez, b; Elvin Jones or Eliot Zigmund, d.

1 SOMEDAY MY PRINCE WILL COME 5:12
2 BILLIE'S BOUNCE 6:40
3 SUBCONSCIOUS LEE -inc.3:36

Note: Source 'Turn On The Stars', p. 88/89; Another source gives -1 by rhythm trio only.

all RB Taped and broadcasted by Voice Of America


76-0710 LEE KONITZ-WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
Blue Bird Jazz Club, 'Ähus Jazz Festival', Ähusköping, Kristianstad, Sweden July 10, 1976.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Roman Dylag, b; Rune Carlsson, d.

1 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 11:00
2 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 11:02
3 CHI CHI 8:15
4 BODY AND SOUL 13:13
5 WOW 9:20
6 BACKGROUND MUSIC 4:55
7 DONNA LEE 7:35
8 BACH INVENTION duet Konitz-Marsh 1:05
9 APRIL 13:11 / 12:00
10 LOVER MAN 6:05 / 5:36
11 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 12:15 / 11:10

all PR recorded and broadcast by Swedish radio
9-11 PR


76-0718 LEE KONITZ-WARNE MARSH QUARTET at the NORTH SEA JAZZ FESTIVAL.
'Congrescentrum', The Hague, Holland, July 18, 1976.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Peter Ind, b; Al Levitt, d.

1-? Unknown titles ?

no trace of recording


76-0720 LEE KONITZ-WARNE MARSH QUINTET.
Verona, Italy, July 20, 1976.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Carl Schroeder, p; Peter Ind, b; Al Levitt, d.

1 THERE IS NO GREATER LOVE Konitz solo 4:00
2 I'M GETTING SENTIMENTAL OVER YOU Konitz out 4:35
3 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 8:45
4 317 EAST 32ND STREET 9:12
5 WHAT'S NEW? Marsh out 5:40
6 APRIL 9:10
7 IF I SHOULD LOSE YOU Konitz out 4:15
8 BACH INVENTION NO. 13 duet Konitz-Marsh 1:20
9 CHI CHI 9:30

all PR 


76-0728 GARY FOSTER. 'Noon Concert, Outdoors'.
'Pasadena City Hall', Pasadena, CA, July 28, 1976.

Gary Foster, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Fred Atwood, b; Peter Donald, d.

1 JUST FRIENDS ?
2 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE ?
3 YOU'D BE SO NICE TO COME HOME TO ?
4 GEE BABY AIN'T I GOOD TO YOU ?
5 317 EAST 32ND STREET ?
6 BACKGROUND MUSIC ?
7 AU PRIVAVE ?
8 IF YOU COULD SEE ME NOW ?
9 LENNIE'S PENNIES ?

all PR information from Jeremy Kellock


76-0900 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'Donte's', North Hollywood, CA, September 1976.

Warne Marsh, ts; Dave Mackay, p; Fred Atwood, b; Frank Severino, d.

1 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE ?
2 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM ?
3 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE ?
4 EVERY TIME WE SAY GOODBYE ?
5 APRIL ?
6 unknown title ?
7 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE ?
8 HELLO YOUNG LOVERS ?
9 YOU GO TO MY HEAD ?
10 SPEAK LOW ?
11 unknown title ?
12 WHAT'S NEW ?
13 THE NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES ?
14 STRIKE UP THE BAND ?
15 STELLA BY STARLIGHT ?
16 IF YOU COULD SEE ME NOW ?

all PR information from Jeremy Kellock


76-1003 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'Sand Dance Club', Long Beach, CA, October 3 1976.

Warne Marsh, ts; Alan Broadbent, p; Fred Atwood, b; Nick Ceroli, d.

1 SPEAK LOW ?
2 WHAT'S NEW 7:37
3 THE NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES ?
4 SIPPIN' AT BELL'S ?
5 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 7:08
6 unknown title Marsh solo only ?
7 unknown title Marsh solo only ?
8 unknown title Marsh solo only ?
9 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE ?
10 PENT-UP HOUSE ?
11 STELLA BY STARLIGHT 8:01
12 NIGHT AND DAY ?
13 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE ?
14 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE ?
15 FEATHERBED 7:53
16 BLUES 7:10
17 APRIL 7:46
18 YOU GO TO MY HEAD 10:21

all PR


76-1006 WARNE MARSH-PETE CHRISTLIEB QUINTET.
'Donte's', North Hollywood, CA, October 6 1976.

Warne Marsh, ts; Pete Christlieb, ts; Lou Levy, p; Fred Atwood, b; John Dentz, d.

1-? unknown titles ?

1-? PR some complete, others Marsh solos only, rec. by Harold Sewing


76-1007 WARNE MARSH-PETE CHRISTLIEB QUINTET.
'Donte's', North Hollywood, CA, October 7 1976.

Warne Marsh, ts; Pete Christlieb, ts; Lou Levy, p; Fred Atwood, b; John Dentz, d.

1-? unknown titles ?

1-? PR Marsh solos only, rec. by Harold Sewing


76-1010 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'Donte's', North Hollywood, CA, October 10 1976.

Warne Marsh, ts; Alan Broadbent, p; probably Fred Atwood, b; probably Nick Ceroli, d.

1-? unknown titles ?

1-? PR mostly Marsh solos only, rec. by Harold Sewing


76-1013 WARNE MARSH-LEW TABACKIN: 'Tenor Gladness'.
'Sage & Sound Studio', Los Angeles, CA., October 13 & 14, 1976.

Warne Marsh, Lew Tabackin, ts; Toshiko Akiyoshi, p (2); John Heard, b; Larry Bunker, d.

1 BASIC No 2 (on I Got Rhythm) 6:42
2 EASY Tabackin out 5:59
3 MARCH OF THE TADPOLES 6:20
4 HANGIN' LOOSE 8:18
5 NEW-ANCE Marsh out 3:58
6 BASIC No 1. 7:32

all R Inner City IC-6048 : Disco Mate DSP-5004
2 CD Storyville STCD-8314


76-1200 LEE KONITZ-WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'Ronnie Scott Club', London, England, c. December, 1976.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Peter Ind, b; Al Levitt, d.

1 I'LL REMEMBER APRIL 8:50
2 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 8:28

all PR BBC-radio broadcast (date and location not sure)


77-0000a SUPERSAX.
'Sage & Sound Studio', Los Angeles, CA., unknown date in 1977.

Conte Candoli (1,5,6,8) tp; Blue Mitchell (2,9), tp; Frank Rosolino (3-5,7), tb; Med Flory, as; Joe Lopes, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Jay Migliori, ts; Jack Nimitz, bars; Lou Levy, p; Fred Atwood, b; Jake Hanna (1,4-9), d; John Dentz (2,3), d.

1 SHAW NUFF 4:26
2 A NIGHT IN TUNISIA 6:07
3 DRIFTING ON A REED 5:08
4 THE SONG IS YOU 3:54
5 OOP BOP SH'BAM 4:15
6 ROUND MIDNIGHT 3:32
7 NOW'S THE TIME 3:36
8 DIZZY ATMOSPHERE 5:23
9 CHASIN' THE BIRD 3:41

all R MPS 15491 : MPS 68.160 : MPS 5D064D-99430 : MPS KUX-31 : MPS/Verve 821867-1
all CD MPS/Verve 821867-2
9 R MPS 11022


77-0126 WARNE MARSH-ART PEPPER QUINTET.
'Donte's', North Hollywood, CA, Wednesday, January 26. 1977.

Art Pepper, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Monty Budwig, b; Nick Ceroli, d.

1 NIGHT AND DAY 14:21
2 BUT BEAUTIFUL 13:10
3 I'LL REMEMBER APRIL 15:06
4 BILLIE'S BOUNCE 18:00
5 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 12:18
6 Medley:
    a-LADY BE GOOD feat. Levy
    b-EASY LIVING feat. Marsh
    c- YOU GO TO MY HEAD feat. Pepper (inc.) total - 7:00

all PR private CD


77-0206 WARNE MARSH QUINTET
Donte's, North Hollywood, CA. February 6 1977.

Gary Foster, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Alan Broadbent, p; John Giannelli, b; Nick Ceroli, d.
1 I'LL REMEMBER APRIL 12:09
2 BODY AND SOUL 9:47
3 ALL ABOUT YOU 12:20
4 LENNIE'S PENNIES 10:56
5 YOU GO TO MY HEAD 10:13
6 TWO NOT ONE (inc) 2:47

all PR - Recorded by Mark Weber


77-0213 WARNE MARSH-GARY FOSTER QUINTET.
'Donte's', North Hollywood, CA, February 13 1977.

Gary Foster, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Fred Atwood, b; John Dentz, d.

1 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM ?
2 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE ?
3 ALL ABOUT YOU ?
4 KARY'S TRANCE ?

all PR


77-0223+ WARNE MARSH-LEE KONITZ QUARTET.
Jazz Showcase, Chicago, ILL, February 23-27 1977.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; probably Eddie de Haas, b; probably Wilbur Campbell, d.

1-? unknown titles ?

1-? PR Information from Harold Sewing


77-0228+ BILL EVANS TRIO with LEE KONITZ & WARNE MARSH.
'Fantasy Studios', Berkeley, CA., February 28, March 1 & 2, 1977.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Bill Evans, p; Eddie Gomez, b; Eliot Zigmund, d.

1a EIDERDOWN 8:17
1b EIDERDOWN take 9 ?
2a EVERY TIME WE SAY GOODBYE Konitz out 3:28
2b EVERY TIME WE SAY GOODBYE take 7 Konitz out ?
3 SPEAK LOW 6:30
4 WHEN I FALL IN LOVE duet Evans-Konitz 4:16
5a NIGHT AND DAY 6:05
5b NIGHT AND DAY take 9 ?
6 PENSATIVA 5:35

all CD OJC 718 (Fantasy)
1a,2a,3,4,5a,6 R Carrère CA27-168523 : Fantasy 5951 : Fantasy F-9568 : Fantasy HBS-6091 : Fantasy SMJ-6263 : Fantasy VIJ-4018
1a,2a,3,4,5a,6 CD Fantasy FCD 1012-2 : Fantasy DIDX 4306-4314 (see specification below)
1a,2a,6 CD Fantasy DIDX 4306-4314 (Fan. Vol. 7)
3,4,5a CD Fantasy DIDX 4306-4314 (Fan. Vol. 8)
4 R I Grandi Del Jazz 053


77-0305 WARNE MARSH with the BILL EVANS TRIO.
"Great American Music Hall", San Francisco, March 5, 1977.

Warne Marsh, ts; Bill Evans, p; Eddie Gomez, b; Eliot Zigmund, d.

1 IT’S YOU OR NO ONE 9:22
2 EVERY TIME WE SAY GOODBYE 3:14
3 SPEAK LOW 9:06
4 WHEN I FALL IN LOVE 4:13

all PR


77-0306 LEE KONITZ-WARNE MARSH QUINTET.
'Keystone Korner', San Francisco, March 6, 1977.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Art Lande, p; Eddie Gomez, b; probably Eddie Marshall, d.

1 NIGHT AND DAY 15:59
2 YOU’D BE SO NICE TO COME HOME TO 10:01
3 WHAT'S NEW? 6:35
4 THE NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES Konitz out 9:52

Note: Chamberlain gives: Art Lande, p; probably James Leary or Harley White, b.
David Gitin who was at the club states that Art Lande played both sets. The gig was on two days, two sets each night.

all PR


77-0309 LEE KONITZ-WARNE MARSH QUINTET.
Vancouver, Canada, March 9-12, 1977.

According to advertisement in 'CODA'.

no trace of any recording


77-0313 LEE KONITZ-WARNE MARSH QUINTET.
'Centennial Library', Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, March 13, 1977.

Lee Konitz, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Wray Downes, p; Dave Young, b; prob. Shelly Gjersten, d.

1 THINGS AIN'T WHAT THEY USED TO BE ?

1 Other tunes from this performance unknown; no tape available so far


77-0423 WARNE MARSH INTERVIEW.
Telephone interview broadcast April 23 1977

1 Interview with Jon Easton in N.Y.C. and Marsh in California. 23:53

1 WKCR-FM radio programme "Jazz At One".


77-0428 WARNE MARSH-GARY FOSTER QUINTET.
'Dabney Hall', California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA., April 28, 1977.

Gary Foster, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Alan Broadbent, p; Jim Hughart, b; Nick Ceroli, d.

- introduction 1:00
1 SIPPIN’ AT BELLS 6:02
2 FEATHERBED 6:26
3 WHAT’S NEW 7:05
4 ALL ABOUT YOU 8:12
5 APRIL 6:30
6 DIXIE’S DILEMMA 8:45
7 LENNIE’S PENNIES 6:17
8 YOU GO TO MY HEAD 7:23
9 BACH TWO-PART INVENTION # 1 1:09
10 BACH TWO-PART INVENTION # 13 0:56
11 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 9:36
12 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 6:48
13 317 EAST 32nd STREET 9:00

all PR (timings: 'music only')


77-0514 WARNE MARSH TRIO.
'Jim Hughart's Model 'A' Studio', Granada Hills, CA., May 14, 1977.

Warne Marsh, ts; Jim Hughart, b; Nick Ceroli, d.

1 LOCAL 47 (This Can’t Be Love) 3:48
2 LINER NOTES (You Stepped Out Of A Dream) 3:51
3 There Will Never Be Another You 3:56
4 Spring Time (It Might As Well Be Spring) 5:23

Note: Original title of Local 47 is "Loco 47" (other titles of issues on Trio PAP-9092 see
77-0515 & 77-0605).

1,2 R Discovery DS-863 : Interplay IP-7709 : Trio PAP-9092 : Flyright FLY-212
1,2 CD Discovery DSCD-945
all Interplay ABCJ-566


77-0515 WARNE MARSH TRIO.
'Jim Hughart's Model 'A' Studio', CA., May 15, 1977.

Warne Marsh, ts; Jim Hughart, b; Nick Ceroli, d.

1 WARNE OUT (It’s You Or No One) 3:20
2 LENNIE'S PENNIES 3:56
3 DUET (All The Things You Are) Marsh overdubbed ts 4:45
4 BALLAD (I Should Care) bass overdubbed 8:00

Note: Other titles on Trio PAP-9092 see 77-0514 & 77-0605

all R Discovery DS-863 : Interplay IP-7709 : Trio PAP-9092 : Flyright FLY-212
all CD Discovery DSCD-945 (-4 as ' Warne Piece/Blues')
all Interplay ABCJ-566

 


77-0605 WARNE MARSH TRIO.
'Jim Hughart's Model 'A' Studio', CA., June 5, 1977.

Warne Marsh, ts; Jim Hughart, b; Nick Ceroli, d.

1 Warne Out Again (This Can't Be Love-2) 6:07
2 WARNE PIECE (Blues) Marsh overdubbed ts 5:42
3 Later On (Lennie's Pennies) 5:02
4 Besame Mucho 6:10

Note: Other titles on Trio PAP 9092 see 77-0514 & 77-0515

2 R Discovery DS-863 (as 'Ballad') : Interplay IP-7709 : Trio PAP-9092 : Flyright FLY-212
2 CD Discovery DSCD-945 (as 'Ballad')
all CD Interplay ABCJ-566


77-0922 WARNE MARSH-GARY FOSTER QUINTET.
'Donte's', North Hollywood, CA, September 22, 1977.

Gary Foster, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Alan Broadbent, p; Monty Budwig, b; Nick Ceroli, d.

1 NOW'S THE TIME 9:17
2 band intro by WM 0:25
3 FEATHERBED 9:05
4 317 EAST 32ND. 12.07
5 IF YOU COULD SEE ME NOW 5:48
6 LENNIE'S PENNIES 7:12
7 DIXIE'S DILEMMA 12:46
8 JUST FRIENDS 10:47
9 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 9:02
10 WHAT'S NEW? 10.00
11 THE NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES 10:10
12 BLUES 2:18

all PR Recorded by Robert Brode


77-0927 WARNE MARSH - PETE CHRISTLIEB QUINTET.
'Donte's', North Hollywood, CA, September 27, 1977.

Pete Christlieb, ts; Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Fred Atwood, b; John Dentz, d.

1 WOODY'N YOU ?
2 SIPPIN' AT BELL'S ?
3 AIREGIN ?
4 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM ?
5 JOY SPRING ?
6 SCRAPPLE FROM THE APPLE ?
7 NIGHT AND DAY ?
8 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE ?

all PR recorded by Claude Alexander; information from Jeremy Kellock


77-0929 WARNE MARSH-PETE CHRISTLIEB QUINTET.
'Donte's', North Hollywood, CA, September 29, 1977.

Pete Christlieb, ts; Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Fred Atwood, b; John Dentz, d.

1 THE NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES 11:41
2 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE (inc) 4:56

all PR recorded by Mark Weber


77-1000 WARNE MARSH-GARY FOSTER QUINTET.
'Donte's', North Hollywood, CA, October, 1977.

Gary Foster, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Alan Broadbent, p; Monty Budwig, b; Nick Ceroli, d.

1 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE ?
2 JUST FRIENDS ?
3 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE ?
4 WHAT'S NEW ?
5 THE NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES inc. ?
6 JUST FRIENDS ?
7 ON GREEN DOLPHIN STREET ?
8 WILLOW WEEP FOR ME ?
9 I'LL REMEMBER APRIL ?

all PR


77-0000b WARNE MARSH PRACTICING SOLO.
unknown location (probably Marsh’s home), late 1977.

Warne Marsh, ts; improvising to a Jamey Aebersold "Play-Along" rhythm section LP record, featuring Kenny Barron, p; Ron Carter, b; Ben Riley, d.

1 HOW HIGH THE MOON 3:13
2 HOW HIGH THE MOON 3:52
3 HOW HIGH THE MOON 3:39
4 SCRAPPLE FROM THE APPLE 4:26
5 I GOT RHYTHM 3:48
6 HOW HIGH THE MOON 2:25
7 I GOT RHYTHM 4:25
8 SCRAPPLE FROM THE APPLE 4:15

Note: The Jamey Aebersold "All Bird" accompaniment record (JA 1215, Vol. 6 in a series) was recorded 76-0206. Gary Foster remembers playing with Marsh and this recording in late 1977. Another source gives 1978 as marketing year of JA 1215

all PR
2 CD Storyville STCD-8314


78-0216 JUDY NIEMACK and SIMON WETTENHALL. ‘By Heart’.
'Downtown Sound Studio', NYC, February 16, 1978.

Simon Wettenhall (1,2a), tp; Warne Marsh, ts; Sal Mosca (2b, 3), p; Eddie Gomez, b; Skip Scott, d; Judy Niemack, vcl.

1 WAY LOW 5:17
2a I'LL REMEMBER APRIL 3:07
2b I'll Remember April unissued alt. take 3:27
3 Lover Man unissued 4:17

Note: Warne Marsh not on other issued 8 tracks.

1,2a R Sea Breeze SB-2001
2b,3 PR 


78-0517 PETE CHRISTLIEB-WARNE MARSH QUINTET. 'Apogee'.
'ABC Recording Studio', Los Angeles, CA., May 17-21, June 3, 1978.

Pete Christlieb, Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Jim Hughart, b; Nick Ceroli, d; Joe Roccisano (#) arr.

1 317 East 32nd Street take 1 # ?
2 I Never Told You take 1 ?
3 Magna-tism take 1 # ?
4 Rapunzel take 1 # ?
5 Love Me take 1 ?
6 Tenors Of The Time take 1 # 7:58

all unissued; -6: tape exists


78-0518 PETE CHRISTLIEB-WARNE MARSH QUINTET. 'Apogee'.

Same personnel and location

1 Magna-tism take 2 ?
2 Magna-tism take 3 ?
3 Lunarcy take 1 ?
4 Lunarcy take 2 ?
5 Lunarcy take 3 ?
6 Love Me take 2 ?
7 Love Me take 3 ?
8 Rapunzel take 2 ?
9 RAPUNZEL take 3 7:15

1-8 unissued
9 R Warner Bros BSK-3236
9 CD Warner Bros/Rhino R273723


78-0519 PETE CHRISTLIEB-WARNE MARSH QUINTET. 'Apogee'.

Same personnel and location

1 317 East 32nd Street take 2 ?
2 TENORS OF THE TIME take 2 7:42
3 I Never Told You take 2 ?
4 Love Me take 3 ?
5 Love Me take 4 ?
6 MAGNA-TISM take 4 7:32
7 DONNA LEE 6:35
8 Body And Soul 6:25
9 I Never Told You take 3 ?

1,3-5,8,9 unissued; -8: tape exists
2,6,7 R Warner Bros BSK-3236
2,6,7 CD Warner Bros/Rhino R273723


78-0520 PETE CHRISTLIEB-WARNE MARSH QUINTET. 'Apogee'.

Same personnel and location

1 Lunarcy take 4 ?
2 317 East 32nd Street take 3 ?
3 Lunarcy take 5 ?
4 Lunarcy take 6 ?
5 How About You ?
6 Love Me take 5 ?

1,2,3,4,6 unissued
5 CD Warner Bros/Rhino R273723


78-0521 PETE CHRISTLIEB-WARNE MARSH QUINTET. 'Apogee'.

Same personnel and location

1 Lunarcy take 7 ?
2a 317 East 32nd Street take 4 ?
2b 317 EAST 32ND STREET take 5 6:34

1,2a Both unissued (2a - tape exists)
2b R Warner Bros BSK-3236
2b CD Warner Bros/Rhino R273723

Note 1: A tape exists with the following: Tenors Of The Time (take 1 / 7:58); Body And Soul (May 19 / 6:25) and unknown takes of Lunarcy (7:38); I Never Told You (5:28); Love Me (4:47); and Magna-tism (7:24). (Information from Steve Lang of Warner Brothers).
Note 2: "I'm Old Fashioned" (take 3) on Warner Bros BSK-3236 was recorded (without Warne Marsh) on June 3, 1978.
Note 3:  The CD reissue includes alternative takes of "Lunarcy" and "Love Me" and the previously unissued "How About You".  It's not known which takes of the first two titles were used but they could be those shown on the tape in Note 1 above.


78-0000 PETE CHRISTLIEB-WARNE MARSH QUINTET.
Los Angeles, c. mid 1978.

Pete Christlieb, Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy (2,3), p; Jim Hughart, b; Nick Ceroli (1), d; Dick Berk (2,3), d.

1 SO WHAT'S OLD 6:23
2 LUNARCY 5:51
3 CLOSE ENOUGH FOR LOVE 8:55

Note: Other 4 titles of LP without Warne Marsh

all R Christlieb Records PC-1 : Bosco Records PC-1 : Bosco Records CD-1


78-0915 PETE CHRISTLIEB QUARTET.
'Jim Hughart's Studio', Granada Hills, CA., September 15, 1978.

Pete Christlieb, Warne Marsh, ts; Jim Hughart, b; Nick Ceroli, d.

1 NO TAG 7:46
2a LUNCH master 8:26
2b LUNCH alt. take 8:09
3a FISHTALE alt. take 5:31
3b FISHTALE master 4:31
4 MEAT BALLS 7:01
5 GET OUT! 6:32
6 WEEPING WILLOW 6:13
7 INDIA NO PLACE 6:46
8a YOU DRIVE! master 7:17
8b YOU DRIVE! alt. take 8:10
9a WOODY AND YOU alt. take 6:02
9b WOODY AND YOU master 4:25
10 THE APRIL SAMBA 5:15
11 NATE AND DAVE 6:08
12 BESS YOU IS MY MAN 6:49
13 SO WHAT'S OLD 6:22

Note: Rec. Eng.: Jim Hughart; Editing: Max Bolleman; Prod.: Pete Christlieb.

1,2b,3a,8b,9a,10-13 CD Criss Cross Jazz 1103 CD
2a,3b,4-8a,9b CD Criss Cross Jazz 1043 CD


79-0128 WARNE MARSH TRIO. 'Lennie Tristano Memorial Concert'.
'Carnegie Hall', NYC, January 28, 1979.

Warne Marsh, ts; Eddie Gomez, b; Peter Scattaretico, d.

1 I LOVE YOU 6:36
2 TRILOGY 6:16
3 I SHOULD CARE 5:06

all R Jazz Records JR 03 (box 5 LPs; with 11 other groups or soloists)


79-0401 WARNE MARSH TRIO and QUARTET.
'Lulu White's', Boston, MA., April 1, 1979.

Warne Marsh, ts; Sal Mosca (7-22), p; Eddie Gomez, b; Peter Scattaretico, d; (Jo Jones d. appears at end of track 10)

1 IT’S YOU OR NO ONE 6:27
2 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 4:57
3 BLUES 6:24
4 TANGERINE 4:54
5 I SHOULD CARE 6:11
6 APRIL (end of set) 6:48
7 GHOST OF A CHANCE solo Mosca 4:16
8 FOOLIN' MYSELF solo Mosca 5:14
9 TOO MARVELLOUS FOR WORDS / SWEET GEORGIA BROWN solo Mosca 7:04
10 SOMEBODY LOVES ME / NIGHT IN TUNISIA solo Mosca (end of Sal Mosca solo set) 5:58
11 FEATHERBED 5:35
12 317 EAST 32ND STREET 9:10
13 CHEROKEE inc. 6:16
14 BODY AND SOUL 6:39
15 LENNIE’S PENNIES (end of 2nd. set) 6:34
16 NIGHT AND DAY 8:40
17 LOVER MAN 6:37
18 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 7:21
19 THE BEST THING FOR YOU inc. 5:38
20 LENNIE BIRD 6:31
21 BACK HOME 6:28
22 SONNYMOON FOR TWO (end of 3rd. set) 2:35

all PR


79-0502 WARNE MARSH - SAL MOSCA.
'Sal Mosca Studio', Mount Vernon, NY., May 2, 1979.

Warne Marsh, ts; Sal Mosca, p.

1 THE HARD WAY (You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To)   4:03
2 NOTEWORTHY (Loverman)  4:21

Note: For other titles of Interplay IP-7725 see 76-0425 and 79-0808.

all R Discovery DS-863 : Flyright FLY-216 : Interplay IP-7725
all CD Discovery DSCD-945 (as from 79-0202 on tray liner – incorrect)


79-0602 WARNE MARSH TRIO.
'Gullivers', West Paterson, N.J., June 2, 1979.

Warne Marsh, ts; Stan Fortuna, b; Peter Scattaretico, d.

1 LOCAL 47 4:02
2 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE 6:12
3 BODY AND SOUL 6:12
4 DIXIE'S DILEMMA 5:55
5 ON THE SUNNY SIDE OF THE STREET 5:23
6 I'LL REMEMBER APRIL 6:43

Note: For some time, this session was thought of as from '77 or '78 and probably recorded at Lennie Tristano's home in Jamaica, Queens, NY.

all PR


79-0708 WARNE MARSH – SAL MOSCA.
'Sal Mosca’s Studio', 6 South Fourth St., Mount Vernon, NY., July 8, 1979.

Warne Marsh, ts; Sal Mosca, p.

1 GHOST OF A CHANCE 3:56
2 STAR EYES 5;14
3 GIVE A RAG A RIDE 6.00

All PR


79-0718 WARNE MARSH – SAL MOSCA.
'Sal Mosca’s Studio', 6 South Fourth St., Mount Vernon, NY., July 18, 1979.

Warne Marsh, ts; Sal Mosca, p.

1 YOU’D BE SO NICE TO COME HOME TO 5:25
2 YOU GO TO MY HEAD (ending incomp.) 8:56

All PR


79-0725 WARNE MARSH – SAL MOSCA.
'Sal Mosca’s Studio', 6 South Fourth St., Mount Vernon, NY., July 25, 1979.

Warne Marsh, ts; Sal Mosca, p.

1 THAT OLD FEELING 4:44
2 DARN THAT DREAM (ending incomp.) 4:14
3 PEACHES 4:31
4 PEACHES (2) 5:29

All PR


79-0808 WARNE MARSH – SAL MOSCA.
'Sal Mosca’s Studio', 6 South Fourth St., Mount Vernon, NY., August 8, 1979.

Warne Marsh, ts; Sal Mosca, p.

1 DARN THAT DREAM 5:48
2 I NEVER KNEW (as FINISHING TOUCH on released recordings) 3:41
3 IMAGINATION 4:05
4 SOMEBODY LOVES ME (as HOW DEEP HOW HIGH on released records) 4:43
5 LOVER 5:09

All PR
2 & 4 R Discovery DS-863 : Flyright FLY-216 : Interplay IP-7725
2 & 4 CD Discovery DSCD-945

Note: For other titles of Interplay IP-7725 see 76-0425 and 79-0502.


80-0100 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'Village Vanguard', NYC, January 1980.

Warne Marsh, ts; Connie Crothers, p; Eddie Gomez, b; Peter Scattaretico, d; Judy Niemack vcl.*

1 IT’S YOU OR NO ONE 5:06
2 DIXIE'S DILEMMA 6:48
3 I DIDN'T KNOW WHAT TIME IT WAS * 5:28
4 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 6:27
5 BODY AND SOUL 7:31
6 FISHIN' AROUND 6:53
7 HOW DEEP IS THE OCEAN inc. 4:28
8 unknown title duet Marsh-Niemack 2:04
9 YOU'D BE SO NICE TO COME HOME TO * 6:37
10 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM * 3:41
11 BACK HOME 4:51
12 THERE WILL NEVER BE ANOTHER YOU 6:12
13 I LOVE YOU 4:36
14 INTUITION inc. 8:24

all PR


80-0126 WARNE MARSH TRIO.
NYC, January 26, 1980.

Warne Marsh, ts; Red Mitchell, b; Peter Scattaretico, d.

1 IT’S YOU OR NO ONE 5:38
2 BLUE LESTER 6:07
3 TICKLE TOE 4:04
4 I SHOULD CARE 6:37
5 PENNIES IN MINOR 4:49
6 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 6:17
7 THIS CAN'T BE LOVE 5:30
8 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 6:36
9 EVERYTHING I'VE GOT BELONGS TO YOU 7:25
10 BODY AND SOUL 10:13
11 FISHIN' AROUND 5:15
12 INTROSPECTIVE 4:16
13 LESTER LEAPS IN 5:35
14 EVERYTHING HAPPENS TO ME 7:28
15 BACKGROUND MUSIC 6:00

Concert sponsored by the Lennie Tristano Jazz Foundation.

all CD (2) Riverworks Records.


80-0300 WARNE MARSH SEPTET.
‘Peachtree’s’, New Rochelle, NY March 1980

Simon Wettenhall tp; Warne Marsh ts; Jimmy Halperin ts; Tardo Hammer p; John Ray b; Earl Williams d. Judy Niemack vocal/vocalese on all tracks.

1 PARISIAN THOROUGHFARE 8:38
2 JUST FRIENDS 10:25
3 BOUNCIN’ WITH BUD 9:21
4 IF YOU COULD SEE ME NOW 8:38
5 MITUS MAGIC inc. 6:44
6 FOUR ON SIX 9:32
7 BILLIE’S BOUNCE 13:15
8 BACK HOME 12:01
9 CHEROKEE inc. 8:15
10 BACK HOME inc. 7:34
11 TOO MARVELOUS FOR WORDS 6:34
12 LENNIE’S PENNIES 7:44
13 ALL ABOUT YOU 10:28
14 LOVER COME BACK TO ME 12:19
15 APRIL 14:46
16 WHAT’S NEW? 6:35
17 RHYTHM IS OUR BUSINESS 8:08
18 MEAN TO ME 12:13
19 FOUR ON SIX inc. 1:43

1-8 PR PCD
9-14 PR PCD
15-19 PR PCD


80-0408+ KARIN KROG-WARNE MARSH-RED MITCHELL.
'A. Bendiksen Studio', Oslo, Norway, April 8 & 9, 1980.

Karin Krog, voc; Warne Marsh, ts; Red Mitchell, b.

1 I REMEMBER YOU 5:37
2 TRANE 7:20
3 LESTER'S HAPPY 3:05
4 MOODY'S MOOD FOR LOVE 4:47
5a IT'S YOU OR NO ONE 5:00
5b IT'S YOU OR NO ONE alt take 5:08
6 LOVER MAN 7:22
7a SPEAK LOW 5:38
7b SPEAK LOW alt take 5:49
8a THAT OLD FEELING 6:11
8b THAT OLD FEELING alt take 6:09

all CD Meantime Records MR-8
1-5a,6,7a,8a R Spotlite SPJ-22 : Swedisc 27-5003
2,3,8a CD Verve 523.716


80-0410 WARNE MARSH - RED MITCHELL DUO.
'Studio 11', Oslo, Norway, April 10, 1980.

Warne Marsh, ts; Red Mitchell, b.

1 SOUTH AMERICAN WAY ?
2 THEY CAN'T TAKE THAT AWAY FROM ME take 1 ?
3 THEY CAN'T TAKE THAT AWAY FROM ME take 2 ?
4 THE NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES ?
5 PARISIAN THOROUGHFARE ?
6 BACK HOME ?
7 ALL ABOUT YOU take 1 ?
8 ALL ABOUT YOU take 2 ?
9 THESE FOOLISH THINGS ?
10 interview by Johs Bergh

Note: Recorded by Johs Bergh; probably broadcast on 'Jazzklubben' program 80-0429

1,3-6,8-10 RB Norwegian Radio broadcast


80-0417 NILS LINDBERG ORCHESTRA featuring WARNE MARSH.
Estrad, Södertälje, Sweden, April 17, 1980.

JAN ALLAN, tp; and WARNE MARSH, ts; soloists with the Nils Lindberg orchestra:
Bertil Lövgren, Hakan Nyqvist, Gustavo Bergalli, Rolf Ericson, tp, flh; Sven Larsson, Lars Olofsson, Torgny Nilsson, Nils Landgren, tb; Ulf Andersson, as; Bernt Rosengren, Claes Rosendahl, Hector Bingert, ts, ss, ft; Erik Nilsson, bars, b-cl, ft; Nils Lindberg, p, leader; Rune Gustafson, g; Georg Riedel, b; Egil Johansen, d; Red Mitchel, vcl *and bass**.

1 KURBITZ 5:25
2 AS YOU ARE * 7:55
3 BLUES FOR BILL** 5:13
4 TRUMPET SONG 6:05
5 SUITE for trumpet, tenor sax and Orchestra 25:20

all PR Recorded and broadcast by Swedish radio


80-0418 WARNE MARSH - RED MITCHELL DUO.
'Fasching Club', Stockholm, Sweden, April 18, 1980.

Warne Marsh, ts; Red Mitchell, b.

1 HOT HOUSE 4:24
2 TEA FOR TWO 4:26
3 GONE WITH THE WIND 4:10
4 ORNITHOLOGY 5:24
5 IT COULD HAPPEN TO YOU 4:44
6 EASY LIVING 7:09
7 I'M GETTING SENTIMENTAL OVER YOU 4:30

Note: Above and following from two nights (April 18 and April 19 with 6 sets)

1-7 R Storyville SLP 4092
1-7 CD Storyville STCD-8257
5 CD Storyville STCD-8314 (gives date as April-18-19)


80-0419 WARNE MARSH - RED MITCHELL DUO.
'Fasching Club', Stockholm, Sweden, April 19, 1980.

Warne Marsh, ts; Red Mitchell, b.

1 UNDERTOW 5:28
2 LOVER MAN 7:09
3 BACKGROUND MUSIC 4:54
4 SCRAPPLE FROM THE APPLE 4:40
5 317 EAST 32ND STREET 4:42
6 SOUTH AMERICAN WAY 4:12
7 STAR EYES 5:10
8 LADY BE GOOD 4:43
9 IT’S YOU OR NO ONE 4:34
10 THESE FOOLISH THINGS 5:48
11 IN A MELLOTONE 5:33
12 JUST YOU, JUST ME 4:11
13 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 6:10
14 EMBRACEABLE YOU 5:30
15 LITTLE WILLIE LEAPS 5:26

Notes: Above from two nights (April 18 and April 19 with 6 sets)

1,2 R Storyville SLP 4092
1-4 CD Storyville STCD-8257
5-15 CD Storyville STCD-8252


80-0400 WARNE MARSH - RED MITCHELL DUO. RB.
Red Mitchell's Apartment, Stockholm, Sweden, unknown date in April 1980.

Warne Marsh, ts; Red Mitchell, b, p (4), vcl (4).

1 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE 4:50
2 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 5:07
3 THESE FOOLISH THINGS 7:47
4 HOT SPOTS 2:46
5 SOUTH AMERICAN WAY 4:06
6 SOFTLY AS IN A MORNING SUNRISE 4:58
7 THE NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES 4:58
8 EMBRACEABLE YOU 6:20
9 LESTER LEAPS IN 3:30
10 WALKIN’ 4:20

all PR Recorded by Swedish Radio (durations ex announcements and talking)


80-0421 WARNE MARSH-KENNY DREW QUARTET.
Copenhagen, Denmark, April 21, 1980.

Warne Marsh, ts; Kenny Drew, p; Bo Stief, b; Aage Tanggaard, d.

1 LITTLE WILLIE LEAPS 4:45
2 EASY TO LOVE 5:10
3 STAR EYES 9:36
4 ORNITHOLOGY 4:47
5 I GOT A GOOD ONE FOR YOU 4:49
6 SOPHISTICATED LADY 7:39
7-a ON GREEN DOLPHIN STREET take 1 (unissued) ?
7-b ON GREEN DOLPHIN STREET take 2 4:26
8 BODY AND SOUL 3:58
9 SIPPIN’ AT BELLS 5:33
10 EVERY TIME WE SAY GOODBYE (duet Marsh & Drew) 4:24
11-a SOFTLY AS IN A MORNING SUNRISE take 1 (unissued) ?
11-b SOFTLY AS IN A MORNING SUNRISE take 2 4:44

Note: Broadcast by Danish Radio, Studio 11, Danish Radio Corp..

1-6,7b,8-10,11b CD Storyville STCD 8277 : Storyville CD 101.8514 (reissue 2007)
2-6,7b,8-10,11b CD Venus Jazz TKCZ-79037 (-5 as: This One’s For Lester and –8 as Of Love And Things)
8 CD Storyville STCD-8314
7a, 11a unissued


80-0600a WARNE MARSH-RED MITCHELL DUO.
'Sweet Basil’, 88 Seventh Ave, NYC, June 1980.

Warne Marsh, ts; Red Mitchell, b. (p. & v. *)

1 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 6:31
2 ON A SLOW BOAT TO CHINA 4:34
3 THESE FOOLISH THINGS 7:17
4 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 6:28
5 EMBRACEABLE YOU 6:14
6 ORNITHOLOGY 5:54
7 FOREIGNER * 3:41
8 YOU’D BE SO NICE TO COME HOME TO 5:25
9 SUMMERTIME 4:46
10 SOFTLY AS IN A MORNING SUNRISE 6:09
11 BODY AND SOUL 7:57
12 GONE WITH THE WIND 5:06
13 HALLELUJAH 4:43
14 TOPSY inc. 5:30

all PR


80-0605 WARNE MARSH-RED MITCHELL DUO. WKCR and National Public Radio-RB.
‘Sweet Basil’, 88 Seventh Ave, NYC, June 5, 1980.

Warne Marsh, ts; Red Mitchell, b.

1 IT’S YOU OR NO ONE 5:16
2 GONE WITH THE WIND 5:52
3 EVERYTHING HAPPENS TO ME 6:24
4 CHEROKEE 5:49
5 SIPPIN’ AT BELLS 5:56
6 EASY LIVING 6:59
7 THESE FOOLISH THINGS 5:21
8 TOPSY 4:41

all R Fresh Sound FSR-1038
all CD Fresh Sound FSCD-1038
all PR Including introduction by Billy Taylor and interview with Marsh by Michael Coscuna


80-0600b WARNE MARSH-SAL MOSCA QUARTET.
'Village Vanguard', NYC, June 10/15 1980.

Warne Marsh, ts; Sal Mosca, p; Earl Sauls, b; Skip Scott, d.

1 SOFTLY AS IN A MORNING SUNRISE 4:50
2 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 6:37
3 UNKNOWN TITLE 6:25
4 UNKNOWN TITLE 7:46
5 DONNA LEE 7:25
6 UNKNOWN TITLE 8:00
7 LENNIE'S PENNIES ?

Note: item -7. announced by Warne Marsh but not on tape
Frohne gave Eddie Gomez as the bassist but this is incorrect.
1-7 PR Details from Frohne discography


80-0600c WARNE MARSH-SAL MOSCA QUARTET.
'Village Vanguard', NYC, June 10/15 1980.

Warne Marsh, ts; Sal Mosca, p; Earl Sauls, b; Skip Scott, d.

1 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 7:40
2 THESE FOOLISH THINGS 7:19
3 ON GREEN DOLPHIN STREET 7:48
4 CHEROKEE 8:37
5 YESTERDAYS-1 6:11
6 STAR EYES 7:13
7 SOUND LEE 10:31
8 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 7:49
9 I LOVE YOU 8:08
10 YESTERDAYS-2 6:51
11 STRIKE UP THE BAND 9:49

all PR
1-6 PCD Vol. 1
7-11 PCD Vol. 2


80-0610 WARNE MARSH-SAL MOSCA QUARTET.
'Village Vanguard', NYC, June 10, 1980.

Warne Marsh, ts; Sal Mosca, p; Earl Sauls, b; Skip Scott, d.

1 I LOVE YOU 7:24
2 YESTERDAYS 6:32
3 STRIKE UP THE BAND 9:12
4 LOVERMAN 8:59
5 BACK HOME 8:20
6 BODY AND SOUL 6:32

1-6 PCD


80-0611 WARNE MARSH-SAL MOSCA QUARTET.
'Village Vanguard', NYC, June 11, 1980.

Warne Marsh, ts; Sal Mosca, p; Earl Sauls, b; Skip Scott, d.

1 I REMEMBER YOU (inc) 6:33
2 317 EAST 32ND. STREET 8:03
3 CONFIRMATION 8:03
4 BACK HOME 6:36
5 LOVERMAN 11.19
6 I’LL REMEMBER APRIL (inc) 5:22

1-6 PCD


80-0612 WARNE MARSH – SAL MOSCA QUARTET
“Village Vanguard”, NYC. June 12 1980

Warne Marsh, ts; Sal Mosca, p; Earl Sauls, b; Skip Scott, d.

1 FEATHERBED 7:44
2 BODY AND SOUL 8:54
3 ORNITHOLOGY 8:29
4 SOUND-LEE 7:56
5 I’LL REMEMBER APRIL (incomplete) 5:09
6 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 7:17
7 THESE FOOLISH THINGS 9:21
8 ON GREEN DOLPHIN STREET 7:06
9 OUT OF NOWHERE 6:27
10 GROOVIN’ HIGH 7:02
11 STAR EYES (incomplete) 6:36

all PR
1-5 PCD
6-11 PCD


80-1030a WARNE MARSH QUARTET at the "Berliner Jazztage".
'Die Philharmonie', W-Berlin, Germany, October 30, 1980.

Warne Marsh, ts; Sal Mosca, p; Eddie Gomez, b; Kenny Clarke, d.

1 LEAVE ME-into- BACKGROUND MUSIC rehearsal (afternoon) 6:30

Note: Broadcast as closing of 80-1030B by SFB (Sender Freies Berlin).

1 PR


80-1030b WARNE MARSH QUARTET at the "Berliner Jazztage".
'Die Philharmonie', W-Berlin, Germany, October 30 (evening), 1980.

Warne Marsh, ts; Sal Mosca, p; Eddie Gomez, b; Kenny Clarke, d.

1 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE 8:20
2 BODY AND SOUL 10:52
3 LEAVE ME 5:52
4 FAMILY SONG 7:30
5 BACKGROUND MUSIC 7:52
6 I’LL REMEMBER APRIL 9:50

Note: Recorded and broadcast by TV and radio ARD (G)

all CD Century CECC-00390 (-1 as 'And Then There's Music'; -2 as 'Like the Angels'; -6 as 'April' ) : Interplay (J) number unknown entitled Warne Marsh Quartet – Live In Berlin (info Goodwin)
all CD Gambit Records 69233 - Warne Marsh Quartet Berlin 1980
all PR
1-5 PR in this order on VIDEO


80-1100 WARNE MARSH CONNIE CROTHERS at the "Berliner Jazztage".
probably 'Die Philharmonie', W-Berlin, Germany, November, 1980.

Warne Marsh, ts; Connie Crothers, p; others unknown.

1-? unknown titles ?

1-? Information from Tom Everett


81-0108 WARNE MARSH QUARTET
'Village Vanguard', NYC, January 8, 1981

Warne Marsh, ts; Tardo Hammer, p; John Ray, b; Taro Okamoto, d; Judy Niemack, vcl.

1 WOW! 7:04
2 WHAT'S NEW 11:07
3 ORNITHOLOGY 9:07
4 THE TROLLEY SONG 6:38
5 TOPSY inc. 9:50

all PCD


81-0215 WARNE MARSH SEXTET.
'Club 7', Oslo, Norway, February 15, 1981.

Torgrim Sollid, tp; Warne Marsh, ts; Jon Pal Inderberg, bars; Erling Aksdal, p; Terje Venaas, b; Espen Rud, d.

1 SIPPIN' AT BELLS 12:50
2 I'LL REMEMBER APRIL 9:07
3 317 EAST 32ND STREET 10:28
4 untitled 6:58
5 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 11:42
6 BACKGROUND MUSIC 7:12
7 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE 6:37
8 BODY AND SOUL 6:50
9 Mr. P.C. 5:20
10 SCRAPPLE FROM THE APPLE inc. 8:05
11 STAR EYES 8:25
12 untitled 7:55
13 LOVER MAN 7:32

all PR Norwegian owner/recorder (from audience - low quality)


81-0216 WARNE MARSH SEXTET.
'Studio 20', Norwegian Radio, Oslo, Norway, February 16, 1981.

Torgrim Sollid, tp; Warne Marsh, ts; Jon Pal Inderberg, bars; Erling Aksdal, p; Terje Venaas, b; Espen Rud, d.

1 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE ?
2 DIXIE'S DILEMMA ?
3a BODY AND SOUL ?
3b BODY AND SOUL alt. Take ?

1,2,3b RB? Probably broadcast 81-0310


81-0200 WARNE MARSH SEXTET.
Trondheim, Norway, February, 1981.

Torgrim Sollid, tp; Warne Marsh, ts; Jon Pal Inderberg, bars; Erling Aksdal, p; Terje Venaas, b; Espen Rud, d.

1 317 EAST 32ND STREET 10:23
2 ORNITHOLOGY 9:46
3 STELLA BY STARLIGHT 3:33
4 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 7:03
5 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 6:09
6 WHAT'S NEW ? 4:40
7 SCRAPPLE FROM THE APPLE 10:44
8 WALKIN' 10:50
9 WALKIN' 1:14
10 LESTER LEAPS IN 5:04
11 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE 10:44
12 BACKGROUND MUSIC 9:14
13 TOPSY 9:36
14 I'LL REMEMBER APRIL / DIXIE'S DILEMMA inc. 9:54

1-8 PCD
9-14 PCD


81- 0816 WARNE MARSH-SAL MOSCA QUARTET.
'Village Vanguard', NYC, August 16, 1981

Warne Marsh, ts; Sal Mosca, Frank Canino, b; Skip Scott, d.

1 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 11:58
2 CROSSCURRENT 7:41
3 SOUND-LEE 7:28
4 FOOLIN’ MYSELF 6:44
5 IT’S YOU OR NO ONE 7:44
6 AFTER YOU’VE GONE inc. 2:26
7 BACKGROUND MUSIC 6:16
8 ALL ABOUT YOU 8:40
9 LOVER COME BACK TO ME 8:21
10 TIME WAS 5:57
11 LENNIE BIRD 7:08
12 WOW 8:09

1-6 PCD
7-12 PCD


81-1101 ALAN BROADBENT-WARNE MARSH.
unknown location, CA., probably November 1, 1981.

Gary Foster, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Alan Broadbent, p; ; Nick Ceroli, d; plus unknown personnel.

1 unknown title 5:48
2 unknown title 3:00

Note: Location not known; not sure if date is correct. Complete personnel not known

all Recorded and partly broadcast by unknown US Radio


81-1115 WARNE MARSH-SAL MOSCA QUARTET
Sal’s Studio, 6 South Fourth Street, Mount Vernon, NY. November 15, 1981.

Warne Marsh, ts; Sal Mosca, p; Frank Canino, b; Taro Okamoto, d.

1 FEATHERBED 6:18
2 SMOKE GETS IN YOUR EYES 6:21
3 VICTORY BALL 6:35
4 TIME ON MY HANDS 8:25
5 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 6:20
6 DARN THAT DREAM 8:41
7 SAX OF A KIND (incomplete) 3:30
8 KARY’S TRANCE  6:14
9 CROSSCURRENT 6:38
10 CROSSCURRENT 2 (slow version) 1:03
11 BABY 8:56
12 ALL ABOUT YOU 7:02
13 THE SONG IS YOU 7:17
14 LENNIE BIRD 6:04

all PR/CD From the personal collection of Sal Mosca – courtesy of the Mosca Family.


81-1121 WARNE MARSH-SAL MOSCA QUARTET.
'Village Vanguard', NYC, November 21, 1981.

Warne Marsh, ts; Sal Mosca, p; Frank Canino, b; Skip Scott, d.

1 IT’S YOU OR NO ONE 10:18
2 I’M GETTING SENTIMENTAL OVER YOU 7:56
3 SCRAPPLE FROM THE APPLE 8:17
4 JUST FRIENDS 7:02
5 GROOVIN’ HIGH 6:55
6 GHOST OF A CHANCE 5:45
7 BACKGROUND MUSIC 8:30
8 SONNYMOON FOR TWO 8:57
9 ALL ABOUT YOU 11:12
10 FEATHERBED 9:40
11 TIME ON MY HANDS 10:18
12 SAX OF A KIND 7:07
13 TOO MARVELLOUS FOR WORDS 10:38
14 LENNIE’S PENNIES 8:34
15 KARY’S TRANCE 8:28
16 FOOLIN’ MYSELF 11:50
17 LEAVE ME 7:59
18 WOW 7:25
19 BACK HOME 8:11

Note: Some tunes may also be on Zinnia 103CD and or 104CD.

1-8 PR/PCD Vol. 1 (recorded by Skip Scott)
9-14 PR/PCD Vol. 2
15-19 PR/PCD Vol. 3


81-1122 WARNE MARSH-SAL MOSCA QUARTET.
'Village Vanguard', NYC, November 22, 1981.

Warne Marsh, ts; Sal Mosca, p; Frank Canino, b; Skip Scott, d.

Last set

1 TWO NOT ONE 8:31
2 SUMMERTIME 10:33
3 LITTLE WILLIE LEAPS 8:15
4 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 11:17
5 BLUES 9:45

all PR/CD Recorded by Skip Scott


81-1117+a WARNE MARSH-SAL MOSCA QUARTET.
'The Village Vanguard', NYC, November 17-22, 1981.

Warne Marsh, ts; Sal Mosca, p; Frank Canino, b; Skip Scott, d.

1 SAX OF A KIND 8:46
2 MICKEY LYNN (She's Funny That Way) 9:01
3 317 EAST 32ND STREET 11:59
4 SILVER MAN (All The Things You Are) 2:58
5 DIGI-DOLL (Kary’s Trance) 2:17
6 UNDER-BACH (Blues) 3:13
7 CONFIRMATION 7:47
8 PUB BOB (What Is This Thing Called Love) Marsh out 2:40
9 PIANO JUICES (Love Me Or Leave Me) Marsh out -  fading out 2:41
10 UNDER-LINE (I Got Rhythm) Marsh out 3:13
11 SHAK' IN-OUT (Body & Soul) 3:30
12 DICK'S FAVORITE (Cherokee) 7:00
13 PULSAFER (Autumn In New York) 8:44
14 TESTAMENT (Foolin’ Myself) Marsh-Mosca duet 6:32
15 MARIONETTE 8:46
16 THERMOLOGY (Just Friends) inc. 1:39
17 INNER-LINE (Pennies In Minor) Marsh out 4:09
18 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 6:31
19 KITTY B. (Yesterdays) piano solo 4:25
20 FEATHERBED 6:49
21 WAY IN THERE (You Go To My Head) 5:39
22 STEADY AS SHE GOES (I Never Knew) Marsh out 3:40
23 40 STEPS (Summertime) 9:59

Note: Recorded by SAL MOSCA; all titles extracted from sessions of Nov. 17-22, 1981.

1-12 CD Zinnia 103 (Music duration approx. 5-10 sec. Less / applauses fading out)
13-23 CD Zinnia 104 (Music duration approx. 5-10 sec. Less / applauses fading out)
21 CD Storyville STCD-8314


81-1117+b WARNE MARSH-SAL MOSCA QUARTET.
'Village Vanguard', NYC, November 17-22, 1981.

Warne Marsh, ts; Sal Mosca, p; Frank Canino, b; Skip Scott, d.

1 MARIONETTE 8:23
2 FEATHERBED 6:30
3 YOU GO TO MY HEAD 7:17
4 FISHIN’ AROUND 6:42
5 IMAGINATION 8:03
6 LOVER COME BACK TO ME 7:42
7 LOVER MAN Marsh-Mosca duet 3:09
8 LENNIE BIRD 3:45
9 TWO NOT ONE 8:09
10 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 10:04
11 IT’S YOU OR NO ONE duet Marsh-Mosca 4:24
12 BODY AND SOUL 6:41
13 DREAMS 5:07
14 LENNIE’S PENNIES 6:07
15 SOPHISTICATED LADY bass feature 3:50
16 BACKGROUND MUSIC 5:42

Note: Some tunes may also be on Zinnia 103CD and or 104CD.

all PR
1-8 PCD Vol.1
9-16 PCD Vol.2


81-1117+c WARNE MARSH-SAL MOSCA QUARTET.
'Village Vanguard', NYC, November 17-22, 1981.

Warne Marsh, ts; Sal Mosca, p; Frank Canino, b; Skip Scott, d.

1 SIPPIN’ AT BELLS 9:10
2 YESTERDAYS 6:52
3 GROOVIN’ HIGH 7:19
4 FEATHERBED 8:19
5 YOU GO TO MY HEAD Marsh-Mosca duet 5:36
6 LENNIE BIRD 8:52
7 LITTLE WILLIE LEAPS 7:27
8 I LOVE YOU 8:05
9 AUTUMN IN NEW YORK 8:38
10 LEAVE ME 7:44
11 CONFIRMATION 9:27
12 BODY AND SOUL 7:17
13 TWO NOT ONE 8:05

Note: Some tunes may also be on Zinnia 103CD and or 104CD.

all PR
1-7 PCD Vol. 1
8-13 PCD Vol. 2


81-1117+d WARNE MARSH-SAL MOSCA QUARTET.
'Village Vanguard', NYC, November 17-22, 1981.

Warne Marsh, ts; Sal Mosca, p; Frank Canino, b; Skip Scott, d.

1 YOU 'N ME (Tea For Two) – Marsh & rhythm only 3:30
2 THE BEST THING FOR YOU WOULD BE ME 9:31
3 GONE WITH THE WIND 8:11
4 STRIKE UP THE BAND 6:31
5 I CAN’T GIVE YOU ANYTHING BUT LOVE 5:31
6 THE SONG IS YOU 11:57
7 APRIL 9:11
8 YOU GO TO MY HEAD 6:44
9 WOW 7:52
10 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 9:47
11 BACKGROUND MUSIC 6:59
12 CONCEPTION 7:34
13 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 7:33

Note: Some tunes may also be on Zinnia 103CD and or 104CD.

All PR
1-6 PCD Vol. 1
7-13 PCD Vol. 2


81-1117+e WARNE MARSH-SAL MOSCA QUARTET.
'Village Vanguard', NYC, November 17-22, 1981.

Warne Marsh, ts; Sal Mosca, p; Frank Canino, b; Skip Scott, d.

1 STRIKE UP THE BAND 7.15
2 LIMEHOUSE BLUES 7.43
3 THESE FOOLISH THINGS 7.19
4 LENNIE BIRD 6.27
5 LOVER MAN duet Marsh-Mosca 4.46
6 LEAVE ME 7:27
7 SOUND LEE 6:42
8 CHEROKEE 5:17
9 SIPPIN’ AT BELLS 7:09
10 KARY’S TRANCE 5:58
11 MEDLEY: The Man I Love (SM) / Embraceable You (WM) 5:40
12 DREAMS 6.52
13 THE SONG IS YOU 7.02
14 YESTERDAYS solo Mosca 4.15
15 ALL ABOUT YOU 7.50
16 MARIONETTE 5.15
17 LITTLE WILLIE LEAPS 7.45

Note: Some tunes may also be on Zinnia 103CD and or 104CD.

all PR
1-8 PCD Vol. 1
9-17 PCD Vol. 2


81-1117+f WARNE MARSH-SAL MOSCA QUARTET.
'Village Vanguard', NYC, November 17-22, 1981.

Warne Marsh, ts; Sal Mosca, p; Frank Canino, b; Skip Scott, d.

1 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 10:13
2 FEATHERBED 9.00
3 THE BEST THING FOR YOU WOULD BE ME 7.54
4 TIME ON MY HANDS 9.13
5 VICTORY BALL 8.31
6 LEAVE ME 6.52
7 THERE’LL NEVER BE ANOTHER YOU 9.27
8 CROSSCURRENT 8.06
9 BODY AND SOUL 8.38
10 LENNIE’S PENNIES 8.37
11 APRIL IN PARIS 8.36
12 BACK HOME 7.36

Note: Some tunes may also be on Zinnia 103CD and or 104CD.

all PR
1-6 PCD Vol. 1
7-12 PCD Vol. 2


81-1117+g WARNE MARSH-SAL MOSCA QUARTET.
'Village Vanguard', NYC, November 17-22, 1981.

Warne Marsh, ts; Sal Mosca, p; Frank Canino, b; Skip Scott, d.

1 KARY'S TRANCE 9:52
2 SHE'S FUNNY THAT WAY 8:56
3 FISHIN' AROUND 7:58
4 SAX OF A KIND 8:42
5 JUST FRIENDS 8:12
6 TANGERINE 7:00
7 GROOVIN' HIGH 6:43
8 GHOST OF A CHANCE 4:37
9 BACKGROUND MUSIC 8:17
10 SONNYMOON FOR TWO 8:48

Note: Some tunes may also be on Zinnia 103CD and or 104CD.

all PR/PCD


81-1117+h WARNE MARSH-SAL MOSCA QUARTET.
'Village Vanguard', NYC, November 17-22, 1981.

Warne Marsh, ts; Sal Mosca, p; Frank Canino, b; Skip Scott, d.

1 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 10:50
2 APRIL IN PARIS 9:15
3 THE TROLLEY SONG 8:12
4 BACKGROUND MUSIC 8:22
5 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 7:47
6 TWO NOT ONE 6:14
7 ALL OF ME 6:14

Note: Some tunes may also be on Zinnia 103CD and or 104CD.

All PR/PCD From the personal collection of Sal Mosca – courtesy of the Mosca Family.


81-1210 WARNE MARSH on Station WYRS, Stamford, Connecticut.

Warne Marsh interviewed by Rick Petrone

1 INTERVIEW 2hrs. 45 min.

1 PR


82-0226+ WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'Far & Away Club', Cliffside Park, New Jersey, February 26 & 27, 1982.

Warne Marsh, ts; Joshua Breakstone, g; Earl Sauls, b; Taro Okamoto, d.

1 I REMEMBER YOU 8:00
2 317 EAST 32ND STREET 10:16
3 KARY’S TRANCE 5:17
4 BUT BEAUTIFUL inc. 5:32
5 I’LL REMEMBER APRIL 7:08
6 THREE LITTLE WORDS 5:48
7 IT’S YOU OR NO ONE (1) 9:01
8 VICTORY BALL (1) 8:48
9 WILLOW WEEP FOR ME 9:22
10 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 6:34
11 LESTER LEAPS IN 9:26
12 IT’S YOU OR NO ONE (2) 10:10
13 VICTORY BALL (2) 8:22
14 ALL ABOUT YOU 8:12
15 TWO NOT ONE 6:14
16 BODY AND SOUL 9:70

1-10 PR PCD
11-16 PR PCD


82-0523 WARNE MARSH QUARTET / QUINTET.
Eddie Condon’s, NYC, May 23, 1982.

Manny Duran (13-15), tp; Warne Marsh, ts; Joshua Breakstone, g; Earl Sauls, b; Roger Mancuso, d.

1 IT’S YOU OR NO ONE 8:31
2 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 7.25
3 317 EAST 32ND STREET 7.17
4 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 5.44
5 ON GREEN DOLPHIN STREET 5.00
6 LOVER MAN 9.19
7 STRIKE UP THE BAND 7.57
8 HOW ABOUT YOU 10:54
9 KARY’S TRANCE 6.46
10 YARDBIRD SUITE 6.15
11 THESE FOOLISH THINGS 5.44
12 SIPPIN’ AT BELLS 3.58
13 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM add tp 6.35
14 STAR EYES add tp 8.52
15 APRIL add tp 7.29

1-8 PR PCD
9-15 PR PCD


82-0630 WARNE MARSH – SAL MOSCA QUARTET.
Sal’s Studio, Mount Vernon, NY. June 30, 1982
Rehearsal for the North Sea Jazz Festival, Netherlands.

Warne Marsh, ts; Sal Mosca, p; Frank Canino, b; Taro Okamoto, d.

1 FEATHERBED 7:52
2 THESE FOOLISH THINGS 8:32
3 KARY’S TRANCE 7:45
4 CHEROKEE 10:06

All PR From the personal collection of Sal Mosca – courtesy of the Mosca Family


82-0724 WARNE MARSH QUARTET / QUINTET.
'Gulliver’s', West Paterson, NJ., July 24, 1982.

Warne Marsh, ts; Joshua Breakstone, g; Earl Sauls, b; Taro Okamoto, d.

1 VICTORY BALL 6:38
2 POLKA DOTS AND MOONBEAMS 8:34
3 APRIL 7:11
4 SIPPIN’ AT BELLS 5:52

Note: Marsh also performed at a wedding reception earlier that evening at the Gramercy Park Hotel, NYC, with Simon Wettenhall, tp; John Klopotowski, g; George Kay, b; Tim Horner, d.

all PR


82-0730+ WARNE MARSH.
'Club Lucullus', Molde, Norway, July 30 & 31, 1982.

Torgrim Sollid, tp; Warne Marsh, ts; John Pal Inderberg, bars; Terje Bjorklund, p; Bjorn Kjellemyr, b; Frank Jakobsen, d.

1 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE ?
2 LOVER MAN ?
3 BACKGROUND MUSIC t ?
4 LENNIE BIRD ?
5 LESTER LEAPS IN ?
6 HOW DEEP IS THE OCEAN ?
7 DONNA LEE ?
8 TOPSY ?

all PR


82-0812 WARNE MARSH - SAL MOSCA QUARTET.
'N.O.S. Jazz Festival', 'De Meervaart', Amsterdam, Holland, August 12, 1982.

Warne Marsh, ts; Sal Mosca, p; Frank Canino, b; Taro Okamoto, d.

1 BACKGROUND MUSIC 7:37
2 317 EAST 32ND STREET 9:23
3 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE 5:57
4 THESE FOOLISH THINGS 7:41
5 TWO NOT ONE 8:00
6 ALL ABOUT YOU 7:19
7 SAX OF A KIND 5:39
8 BODY AND SOUL 6:48
9 LEAVE ME 5:28
10 HOW DEEP, HOW HIGH 7:52
11 VICTORY BALL 5:17

Note Broadcast by Dutch radio; (NOS-radio 82-0812 - Live).

all PR


82-0814 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'Studio 44', Monster, Holland, August 14, 1982.

Warne Marsh, ts; Hank Jones, p; George Mraz, b; Mel Lewis, d.

1a SWITCHBOARD JOE take 1 5:00
1b SWITCHBOARD JOE take x 5:44
2a STAR HIGHS take x 7:40
2b STAR HIGHS take 2 6:44
3 HANK'S TUNE 5:34
4a MOOSE THE MOOCHE take x 5:46
4b MOOSE THE MOOCHE take y unissued ?
5a VICTORY BALL take x 4:35
5b VICTORY BALL take y unissued ?
6a SOMETIMES take 1 6:06
6b SOMETIMES take x 9:45
7 ONE FOR THE BAND 6:20

1b,2a,3,4a,5a,6b,7 R Criss 1002
1a-4a,5a,6a-7 CD Criss 1002-CD


82-0905 WARNE MARSH.
Chicago Jazz Festival, Grant Park, Chicago, ILL.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Jimmy Raney, g; John Whitfield, b; Dick Borden, d.

1 MY SHINING HOUR 6:07
2 I'M OLD FASHIONED 7:45
- introduction by Lou Levy 2:45
3 317 EAST 32ND STREET (announced as 213 W 32nd Street) 6:06
4 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 5:19
5 LIMEHOUSE BLUES 6:43
- sign-off by Lou Levy 0:22
6 LUNARCY 7:19

all PR Recorded and broadcast by unknown US-Radio


82-1012+ WARNE MARSH-GARY FOSTER QUINTET.
'Sage & Sound Studio', Hollywood, CA., October 12 & 14, 1982.

Gary Foster, as; Warne Marsh, ts; Alan Broadbent, p; Putter Smith, b; Peter Donald, d.

1 ABLUTION 6:19
2 YOU SHOULD SEE ME 7:01
3 ALL ABOUT YOU 6:35
4 VICTORY BALL 6:12
5 DEE-PENDING ('D'-Pending) (How Deep Is The Ocean) 5:45
6 JOY-SPRING 6:35
7 Sippin’ At Bells (unissued) 5:34

1-6 R Eastwind EWJ-90024
1-7 PR


82-1101 WARNE MARSH Group.
'Hasty Pudding Club', Cambridge, MASS., November 1, 1982.

Paul Altman, ts; Warne Marsh, ts; Joe Cohn, g; George Kay, b; Taro Okamoto, d.

1-? unknown titles ?

1-? PR various tunes


83-0116 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'Jazz Forum', NYC, January 16, 1983.

Warne Marsh, ts; John Klopotowski, g; George Mraz, b; Taro Okamoto, d; Judy Niemack vcl.*

1 IT’S YOU OR NO ONE 10:02
2 VICTORY BALL 8:04
3 STAR EYES 9:20
4 BACKGROUND MUSIC 7:34
5 THIS IS ALWAYS 8:38
6 LENNIE’S PENNIES 7.31
7 FEATHERBED 8.40
8 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 10.08
9 COME RAIN OR COME SHINE 10.46
10 THE BEST THING FOR YOU WOULD BE ME 7.34
11 WOW! * 10.16
12 WE’LL BE TOGETHER AGAIN * 5.26
13 KARY’S TRANCE * 10.00
14 ALL ABOUT YOU 7.41
15 BYE BYE BLACKBIRD 10.53
16 APRIL & sign off by Warne Marsh 11.19

all PR


83-0207 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'Fine Arts Center', State University of New York, Stony Brook, Long Island, NY,
February 7, 1983.

Warne Marsh, ts; John Klopotowski, g; Sonny Dallas, el. b; Skip Scott, d.

1 STAR EYES 8:36
2 BACKGROUND MUSIC 5:49
3 YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT LOVE IS 10:46
4 VICTORY BALL 7:24
5 IT’S YOU OR NO ONE 9:48
6 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 6:50
7 YOU’D BE SO NICE TO COME HOME TO 8:09
8 FOOLIN’ MYSELF 5:42
9 LENNIE’S PENNIES 7:11
10 EMBRACEABLE YOU 8:27
11 KARY’S TRANCE 5:21
12 STRIKE UP THE BAND 5:50

all PR
10,11 cass Sallad D-102731 (own rec. of Dallas) as "Unbreakable Me" and "Kary's Trance"

<<< >>>

According to the diaries for March and April in the Dutch Jazz Journal "JAZZ NU"
WARNE MARSH started a tour on March 21 with the following pre-bookings:

March 21 (Monday): 'Nick Vollebregt's Jazz Café', Laren, Holland.
March 25 (Friday): 'BIM-huis', Amsterdam, Holland.
April 1 (Friday): 'Jazz Club de Kave', Lauwe-Menen, Belgium.
April 3 (Sunday 3 pm): 'Theater Pepijn', Den Haag, Holland.
April 5 (Tuesday): Jazzclub "De Kroeg", Amsterdam, Holland.
April 12 (Tuesday): Jazzclub "Dizzy", Rotterdam, Holland.

As shown below, this stay also included a visit to Paris, and other concerts in Belgium and Holland.

<<< >>>

83-0321 THE SKYMASTERS featuring WARNE MARSH.
'Nick Vollebregt's Jazz Café', Laren, Holland, March 21, 1983.

Piet Noordijk, as; Warne Marsh (2-5), ts; soloing with the Dutch Radio Orchestra "The Skymasters".
Band members Henk Meutgeert, p; Koos Serierse, b; Kees Kranenburg, d. on track 2.

1 ELLINGTON MEDLEY arr. Kenny Napper 13:25
2 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE Marsh + p, b, d. (see note above). 5:35
3 BODY AND SOUL arr. Tommy Newsom 6:13
4 LENNIE'S PENNIES arr Clare Fischer 4:16
5 THE PREACHER inc. 5:25

all Recorded and broadcast by Netherlands radio (Station AVRO)
2-5 PR private broadcast recording; (courtesy Andre Drop)


83-0325 WARNE MARSH QUARTET. RB.
'BIM-huis', Amsterdam, Holland, March 25, 1983.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Jesper Lundgaard, b; James Martin, d.

1 APRIL 11:45
2 STAR EYES 9:25
3 I’M OLD FASHIONED 9:45
4 BACKGROUND MUSIC 6:50
5 MY OLD FLAME 10:45
6 MY SHINING HOUR 7:45
7 SPEAK LOW 10:50
8 LIMEHOUSE BLUES 10:55
9 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 10:35
10 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 7:17
11 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE 8:35
12 EMBRACEABLE YOU 8:18
13 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 10:25
14 I CAN'T GIVE YOU ANYTHING BUT LOVE 9:45
15 AIREGIN 8:45
16 317 EAST 32nd STREET 8:30

all PR Tape available after pitch control (3 sets courtesy Robert Asbeek Brusse)


83-0327 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
‘New Morning Club', Paris, France, March 27, 1983.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Jesper Lundgaard, b; James Martin, d.

1 APRIL 9:54
2 STAR EYES 10:31
3 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 7:45
4 EMBRACEABLE YOU 9:08
5 HIGH ON YOU 7:31
6 IT’S YOU OR NO ONE 7:34
7 ESTATE (Marsh out) 4:38
8 317 EAST 32ND STREET 9:17

all PR


83-0328 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
‘New Morning Club', Paris, France, March 28, 1983.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Jesper Lundgaard, b; James Martin, d.

1 IT’S YOU OR NO ONE 6:47
2 STAR EYES 9:30
3 KARY’S TRANCE 7:16
4 I’M OLD FASHIONED 7:50
5 THE NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES 8:58
6 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 4:32
7 EASY LIVIN' 7:41
8 APRIL 9:43
9 MY OLD FLAME 5:56
10 AIREGIN 6:59
11 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 8:23
12 LUNARCY 8:02
13 HIGH ON YOU 6:06
14 ALL ABOUT YOU 9:36

all PR


83-0329 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
‘New Morning Club', Paris, France, March 29, 1983.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Jesper Lundgaard, b; James Martin, d.

1 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 7:58
2 STAR HIGHS 7:57
3 VICTORY BALL 6:31
4 SPRING IS HERE (Marsh out) 5:04
5 317 EAST 32ND STREET 7:39
6 I CAN'T GIVE YOU ANYTHING BUT LOVE 7:13
7 BACKGROUND MUSIC 5:18
8 EASY LIVING 7:46
9 THE NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES 8:07
10 HIGH ON YOU 5:46
11 ALL ABOUT YOU 7:10
12 SWITCHBOARD JOE 7:10
13 LOVER MAN 7:48
14 LIMEHOUSE BLUES 7:17
15 LUNARCY 8:56

all PR private recording (Goodwin: sequence as recorded)
6-8,10-12,14,15 RB Broadcast by France Musique (F)


83-0331 WARNE MARSH QUARTET. - RB
'De Tobbe', Voorburg, Holland, March 31, 1983.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Jesper Lundgaard, b; James Martin, d.

1 HIGH ON YOU ca. 6:05
2 ALL ABOUT YOU 7:20
3 IF YOU COULD SEE ME NOW 8:20
4 SWITCHBOARD JOE 5:52
5 LIMEHOUSE BLUES 7:04
6 EMILY (Marsh out) 5:56
7 SAX OF A KIND 6:40
8 LUNARCY 8:22
9 SPEAK LOW 7:40
10 STAR HIGHS 8:06
11 I'M OLD FASHIONED 8:30
12 317 EAST 32nd STREET 7:15
13 THE DOLPHIN piano solo 4:26
14 EASY LIVING 5:40
15 DEVANNAH 8:12
16 BACKGROUND MUSIC 5:57

Note: All timings (except -1) 'music-only' measurements of radio broadcast material.

1 not broadcast (lost in studio files)
2-9 PCD
10-16 PCD


83-0402 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'Hnita Jazz Club', Heist-Op-Den-Berg, Belgium, April 2, 1983.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Jesper Lundgaard, b; James Martin, d.

1 BACKGROUND MUSIC 6:24
2 STAR EYES 8:56
3 KARY’S TRANCE 7:43
4 EMBRACEABLE YOU 7:13
5 HIGH ON YOU 5:57
6 SAX OF A KIND 7:06
7 I’M OLD FASHIONED 8:55
8 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 7:31
9 EASY LIVING 6:00
10 AIREGIN 6:41
11 I CAN’T GIVE YOU ANYTHING BUT LOVE 5:42

all PR


83-0403 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'Theater Pepijn', Den Haag, Holland, April 3, 1983.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Jesper Lundgaard, b; James Martin, d.

1 HIGH ON YOU ?
2 ALL ABOUT YOU inc. 1:28
3 I CAN'T GIVE YOU ANYTHING BUT LOVE inc. 4:30

2,3 PR


83-0405 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'De Kroeg', Amsterdam, Holland, April 5, 1983.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Jesper Lundgaard, b; James Martin, d.

First set:

1 HIGH ON YOU 6:15
2 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 8:48
3 ALL GOD'S CHILLUN' into LITTLE WILLIE LEAPS 6:32
4 I CAN'T GIVE YOU ANYTHING BUT LOVE 7:47
5 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 7:30
6 I'LL REMEMBER APRIL 8:14
7 STAR EYES 9:38
8 BACKGROUND MUSIC 5:46
9 EASY LIVING 7:27
10 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 8:01

Second set:

11 I'M OLD FASHIONED 7:53
12 LUNARCY 8:49
13 ALL ABOUT YOU 8:09
14 LIMEHOUSE BLUES 9:00
15 KARY'S TRANCE 7:14
16 SO EASY TO LOVE 7:25
17 SAX OF A KIND 6:50

Note: Timing: music only

all PR Courtesy Henk Bernlef


83-0406 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'Cultural Centre De Oosterpoort', Groningen, Holland, April 6, 1983.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Jesper Lundgaard, b; James Martin, d.

1 IT’S YOU OR NO ONE ?
2 I’LL REMEMBER APRIL ?
3 STAR EYES ?
4 SAX OF A KIND ?
5 WHAT’S NEW? ?
6 HIGH ON YOU ?
7 I’M OLD FASHIONED ?
8 EASY LIVING ?
9 LUNARCY ?
10 THE NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES ?
11 ALL GOD’S CHILLUN' ?
12 KARY’S TRANCE ?
13 LOVER MAN ?

all PR


83-0407 WARNE MARSH QUARTET featuring LOU LEVY.
'Studio 44', Monster, Holland, April 7, 1983.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Jesper Lundgaard, b; James Martin, d.

1a I CAN'T GIVE YOU ANYTHING BUT LOVE, BABY 5:40
1b I CAN'T GIVE YOU ANYTHING BUT LOVE, BABY uniss
2a THE NEARNESS OF YOU take 1 CD 7:40
2b THE NEARNESS OF YOU 7:55
3a HOW DEEP IS THE OCEAN 5:46
3b HOW DEEP IS THE OCEAN take 3 CD 5:30
4a SPRING IS HERE 5:06
4b SPRING IS HERE unissued ?
5a HOW HIGH THE MOON 7:10
5b HOW HIGH THE MOON unissued ?
6a TIME ON MY HANDS take 1 CD 5:08
6b TIME ON MY HANDS 4:32
7a EMILY 5:00
7b EMILY unissued ?
8a MY ROMANCE 5:37
8b MY ROMANCE unissued ?

1a,2b,3a,4a,5a,6b,7a,8a R Criss Cross Jazz 1007
same + 2a,3b,6a CD Criss Cross Jazz 1007-CD


 

83-0409 WARNE MARSH QUARTET / QUINTET.
'Vredenburg', Utrecht, Holland, April 9, 1983.

Ack van Rooyen (8 - 12), tp, flh; Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Jesper Lundgaard, b; James Martin, d.

1 HOW HIGH THE MOON inc. 6:40
2 HIGH ON YOU 6:00
3 STAR HIGHS 8:35
4 SAX OF A KIND 5:45
5 I'M OLD FASHIONED 9:00
6 KARY'S TRANCE 6:25
7 LUNARCY 8:30
8 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE 7:55
9 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 13:24
10 SCRAPPLE FROM THE APPLE 11:20
11 I CAN'T GIVE YOU ANYTHING 10:10
12 LITTLE WILLIE LEAPS 9:10

all PR


83-0411 WARNE MARSH-LOU LEVY DUO.
'Pizza-on-the-Park', London, England, April 11, 1983.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p.

1 SPEAK LOW 6:16
2 EMILY 9:24
3 HIGH ON YOU 5:43
4 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 5:28
5 LUNARCY 6:26
6 HOW HIGH THE MOON 7:31
7 I'M OLD FASHIONED 9:27
8 I CAN’T GIVE YOU ANYTHING BUT LOVE 6:34
9 LIMEHOUSE BLUES 6:17
10 I’LL REMEMBER APRIL 6:54
11 KARY’S TRANCE 4:56
12 MY OLD FLAME 7:21
13 IT’S YOU OR NO ONE 4:46
14 DANCE ONLY WITH ME (Levy solo) 2:21
15 FINE & DANDY / SAX OF A KIND 5:03
16 BACKGROUND MUSIC 4:01

all PR
1-10 PCD Vol. 1
11-16 PCD Vol. 2


83-0412 WARNE MARSH-LOU LEVY DUO.
‘Pizza-on-the-Park’, London, England, April 12, 1983.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p.

1st. Set
1 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 5:29
2 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 5.00
3 317 EAST 32ND. STREET 6:08
4 LIMEHOUSE BLUES 6;26
5 I CAN’T GIVE YOU ANYTHING BUT LOVE 6:02
6 I’M OLD FASHIONED 8:57
7 LUNARCY 6:47
8 APRIL 7:12
9 HOW HIGH THE MOON 10:40

2nd. Set
10 STAR EYES 5:50
11 MY OLD FLAME 6:57
12 HIGH ON YOU 4:58
13 IT’S YOU OR NO ONE 4:32
14 AIREGIN 5:51

all PR
1-7 PCD Vol. 2
8-14 PCD Vol. 3


83-0413 WARNE MARSH-LOU LEVY DUO / QUARTET.
'Pizza-Express', London, England, April 13, 1983.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Kenny Baldock (7-9, 11-14), b; Kenny Clare (7-9, 11-14), d.

1 MY OLD FLAME 6:30
2 HIGH ON YOU 4:45
3 STAR EYES 5:31
4 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE 7:04
5 HOW HIGH THE MOON 9:52
6 AIREGIN 5:30
7 ALL ABOUT YOU 7:57
8 STAR EYES 9:59
9 ALL GOD'S CHILDREN GOT RHYTHM 5:51
10 EMILY 8:17
11 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE 6:52
12 APRIL 9:46
13 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 9:19
14 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 6:55

all PR


83-0414 WARNE MARSH-LOU LEVY DUO / QUARTET.
'Pizza-Express', London, England, April 14, 1983.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Kenny Baldock, b; Kenny Clare, d.

1 LOVER MAN 9:02
2 HIGH ON YOU duet ts, p 5:00
3 I'M OLD FASHIONED duet ts, p 8:35
4 LUNARCY 6:50
5 I CAN'T GIVE YOU ANYTHING BUT LOVE 6:01
6 317 EAST 32ND STREET 7:25
7 BACKGROUND MUSIC 5:40
8 KARY'S TRANCE 5:20
9 BACKGROUND MUSIC 5:30
10 SPEAK LOW 9:15
11 STAR EYES 8:00
12 EMILY 8:05
13 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE 6:00
14 I CAN'T GIVE YOU ANYTHING BUT LOVE duet ts, p 4:22
15 LUNARCY duet ts, p 5:40
16 SPEAK LOW 6:35
17 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 6:20
18 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 5:00
19 I'M OLD FASHIONED 9:00
20 HIGH ON YOU duet ts, p 5:05
21 317 EAST 32ND STREET 8:55

all PR


83-0415 WARNE MARSH-LOU LEVY DUO / QUARTET.
'Pizza-Express', London, England, April 15, 1983.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Kenny Baldock, b; Kenny Clare d; (2-4), Martin Drew d.
(5-16,18)

1 HOW HIGH THE MOON ts and p only 6:50
2 KARY'S TRANCE 6:38
3 LIMEHOUSE BLUES 8:00
4 LENNIE'S PENNIES 6:30
5 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE 6:25
6 STAR EYES 8:50
7 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 6:20
8 EMILY 8:20
9 HIGH ON YOU 6:20
10 APRIL 8:40
11 SPRING IS HERE 7:55
12 SPEAK LOW 8:20
13 HOW HIGH THE MOON 6:10
14 BACKGROUND MUSIC 5:15
15 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 7:05
16 HIGH ON YOU 6:10
17 MY OLD FLAME ts and p only 8:00
18 SOMEBODY LOVES ME 9:08

all PR


83-0416 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'Pizza-Express', London, England, April 16, 1983.

Warne Marsh, ts; Lou Levy, p; Kenny Baldock, b; Martin Drew, d.

1 LUNARCY ts and p only 6:35
2 KARY’S TRANCE 5:58
3 MOONLIGHT IN VERMONT 6:34
4 317 EAST 32ND STREET 7:04
5 AIREGIN 6:40
6 I’M OLD FASHIONED 8:40

all PR


83-0503 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'West End Café', 2911 Broadway, NYC, May 3, 1983.

Warne Marsh, ts; Bob Ward, g; George Kay, b; Taro Okamoto, d.

1 BACKGROUND MUSIC 7:23
2 GONE WITH THE WIND 7:53
3 SPEAK LOW 7:10
4 MY ROMANCE 7:02
5 APRIL 8:10
6 VICTORY BALL 6:06
7 EMILY 8:22
8 SAX OF A KIND 5:15
9 THE NEARNESS OF YOU 8:41
10 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 5:55
11 I CAN’T GIVE YOU ANYTHING BUT LOVE 6:55
12 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 6:37
13 BLUES 7:55

1-10 PR PCD (Vol. 1)
11-13 PR PCD (Vol. 2) See 83-0509


83-0509 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'West End Café', 2911 Broadway, NYC, May 9, 1983.

Warne Marsh, ts; Bob Ward, g; George Kay, b; Taro Okamoto, d.

1 STAR EYES 7:34
2 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 6:55
3 SPEAK LOW 6:15
4 MY ROMANCE 3:32

1-4 PR PCD (Vol. 2 / see 83-0503)


83-0510 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'West End Café', 2911 Broadway, NYC, May 10, 1983.

Warne Marsh, ts; Bob Ward, g; George Kay, b; Taro Okamoto, d.

1 IT’S YOU OR NO ONE 5:06
2 ALL ABOUT YOU 7:31
3 JUST FRIENDS 8:21
4 TIME ON MY HANDS 5:26
5 VICTORY BALL 5:35
6 GONE WITH THE WIND 4:57
7 AIREGIN 7:20
8 STAR EYES first 16 bars missing 8:35
9 EMILY 8:09
10 SAX OF A KIND 5:52
11 KARY’S TRANCE 6:49
12 SPEAK LOW 7:05
13 BACKGROUND MUSIC 6:42
14 BLUES Warne’s solo only 2:03

1-3 PR PCD (Vol. 2) see 83-0503/09
4-14 PR PCD (Vol. 3)


83-0518 WARNE MARSH. Rehearsal.
'Studio 10', Norwegian Radio, Oslo, Norway, May 18, 1983.

Torgrim Sollid, tp; Warne Marsh, ts; John Pal Inderberg, bars; Terje Bjørklund, p; Bjørn Kjellemyr, b; Carl Haakon Waadeland, d.

1 317 EAST 32ND STREET ?
2 HIGH ON YOU ?
3 EASY LIVING ?

Note: Recorded by Oeystein Storm Johansen. (Complete tape exists).

all TV Norwegian Television (broadcast in whole or in part in documentary 'Logical Lines", broadcast by NKR-TV 84-1125).


83-0519 WARNE MARSH SEXTET
'Jazz Alive Club', Oslo, Norway, May 19, 1983.

Torgrim Sollid, tp; Warne Marsh, ts; John Pal Inderberg, bars; Terje Bjørklund, p; Bjørn Kjellemyr, b; Carl Haakon Waadeland, d.

1 LENNIE'S PENNIES ?
2 TOPSY * ?
3 317 EAST 32ND STREET * ?
4 MY ROMANCE # ?
5 ALL ABOUT YOU * ?
6 LESTER LEAPS IN # ?
7 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE ?
8 BACKGROUND MUSIC ?
9 KARY'S TRANCE ?
10 I'LL REMEMBER APRIL ?
11 TOPSY alt version ?

Note: Recorded by Oeystein Storm Johansen. (* = Video & Audio rec.)

??? PR All or some maybe broadcast by Norwegian Radio on 83-0522
4,6 TV Norwegian Television ( # broadcast in whole or in part in documentary 'Logical Lines", broadcast by NKR-TV 84-1125).


83-0521+ WARNE MARSH.
'Roger Arnhoff Studio', Oslo, Norway, May 21 & 22, 1983.

Torgrim Sollid, tp; Warne Marsh, ts; John Pal Inderberg, bars; Terje Bjørklund, p; Bjørn Kjellemyr, b; Carl Haakon Waadeland, d.

1 ALL ABOUT YOU 6:30
2 MY ROMANCE 6:02
3 HOW DEEP IS THE OCEAN Marsh + bars out 4:05
4 SAX OF A KIND tp + bars out 4:38
5 TIME ON MY HANDS 4:18
6 FEATHERBED 5:15
7 EASY LIVING Marsh + tp out 4:26
8 LEAVE ME bars out 5:20

all R Hot Club Records HCR-7


83-0523+ WARNE MARSH and Students.
'Troendelag Music Conservatory, Jazz DePR.', Oslo, Norway, May 23-27, 1983.

Warne Marsh, ts; Oeystein Trollsaas, ts; Stein Ine Solstad, g; Vigleik Storaas, p; Odd Magne Gridseth, b; Tor Haugerud, d.

1 I'LL REMEMBER APRIL ?
2 WHAT IS THIS THING CALLED LOVE ?

Note: Recorded by Oeystein Storm Johansen.

1,2 TV Norwegian Television (used in whole or in part in documentary 'Logical Lines", broadcast by NKR-TV 84-1125).


83-0614 WARNE MARSH. SEXTET.
Unknown location, Norway, June 14, 1983.

Torgrim Sollid, tp; Warne Marsh, ts; John Pal Inderberg, bars; Erling Aksdal, p; Terje Venaas, b; Espen Rud, d.

1 317 EAST 32ND STREET 6:07
2 BACKGROUND MUSIC 5:25

all PR RB: Recorded and broadcast by Norwegian Radio


83-0726 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'Village Vanguard', NYC, July 26, 1983.

Warne Marsh, ts; Hank Jones, p; George Mraz, b; Bobby Durham, d.

1st set

1 STRIKE UP THE BAND 5:35
2 STAR EYES 8:42
3 VICTORY BALL 6:45
4 COME RAIN OR COME SHINE 10:25
5 SLOW BOAT TO CHINA 6:27
6 WHAT IS THIS THING CALLED LOVE 8:01

2nd set

7 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 10:05
8 I’LL REMEMBER APRIL 11:08
9 SWEET LORRAINE 6:36
10 EMBRACEABLE YOU 7:43
11 LOVE ME OR LEAVE ME 8:29
12 SUMMERTIME 7:35
13 MOOSE THE MOOCHE 8:11
14 DON’T GET AROUND MUCH ANYMORE 7:54

3rd set

15 OUT OF NOWHERE 8:25
16 OW! 8:19
17 THIS IS ALWAYS 5:35
18 SOMEBODY LOVES ME 8:14
19 WALKIN’ 9:11
20 I GET A KICK OUT OF YOU 7:19

all PR


83-0727 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'Village Vanguard', NYC, July 27, 1983.

Warne Marsh, ts; Hank Jones, p; George Mraz, b; Bobby Durham, d.

1 I’LL REMEMBER APRIL first 32 bars missing on PR 9:09
2 ALONE TOGETHER 7:48
3 VICTORY BALL 8:12
4 A FOGGY DAY 8:38
5 YARDBIRD SUITE 7:02
6 LOVER MAN 8:32
7 BLUESETTE 7:06
8 THE NEARNESS OF YOU 7:48
9 LOVE FOR SALE 11:28

all PR


83-0731 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'Village Vanguard', NYC, July 31, 1983.

Warne Marsh, ts; Hank Jones, p; George Mraz, b; Bobby Durham, d.

1 SONNYMOON FOR TWO 8:19
2 WOODY’N YOU 7:08
3 MEMORIES OF YOU 9:41
4 THERE’LL NEVER BE ANOTHER YOU 7:01
5 HOT HOUSE 7:06
6 BUT BEAUTIFUL 6:00
7 BLUE BOSSA 8:21
8 I’LL REMEMBER APRIL 9:43
9 STAR EYES 9:24
10 ON GREEN DOLPHIN STREET 8:29
11 EMILY 8:49
12 DON’T GET AROUND MUCH ANYMORE 9:20
13 SAX OF A KIND 6:13
14 EMBRACEABLE YOU inc. 7:14

all PR


83-0922 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'West End Café', 2911 Broadway, NYC, September 22, 1983.

Warne Marsh, ts; Randy Johnston, g; Steve LaSpina, b; Earl Williams, d.

1 I CAN’T GIVE YOU ANYTHING BUT LOVE 8:45
2 IT’S YOU OR NO ONE 5:40
3 STAR EYES 8:04
4 MY SHINING HOUR 6:22
5 TIME ON MY HANDS 6:08
6 ALMOST LIKE BEING IN LOVE 8:28
7 BACKGROUND MUSIC 5:40
8 HOW ABOUT YOU 7:15
9 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 7:05
10 I’M OLD FASHIONED 8:51
11 LOVER 8:43
12 LOVER MAN 8:17
13 THE NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES 7:52

all PR


83-0923 WARNE MARSH QUARTET. RB-WKCR-FM.
'West End Café', 2911 Broadway, NYC, September 23, 1983.

Warne Marsh, ts; John Klopotowski, g; Peck Morrison, b; Earl Williams, d.

1 SONNYMOON FOR TWO 7:35
2 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 5:23
3 THESE FOOLISH THINGS 7:35
4 ANTHROPOLOGY 6:00

all PR Broadcast by Station WKCR-FM announced by Phil Schaap.


83-0000? WARNE MARSH QUINTET.
unknown location and date, may be 1983.

Warne Marsh, ts; unknown, g; p; b; and d.

1 unknown title 3:55
2 THREE LITTLE WORDS inc. 2:55
3 STOMPIN' AT THE SAVOY 3:00
4 BODY AND SOUL inc. 3:45
5 UNKNOWN TITLE 5:37
6 SWEET AND LOVELY inc. 5:00

all PR Exact date and location unknown; probably at West End Café/NYC


83-1021 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'Far & Away Club', Cliffside Park, NJ, October 21, 1983.

Warne Marsh, ts; Bob Ward, g; Ed Howard, b; Earl Williams, d.

1 IT’S YOU OR NO ONE 4:06
2 STAR EYES 7:23
3 FINE & DANDY 3:46
4 COME RAIN OR COME SHINE 5:55
5 SPEAK LOW 5:56

all PR These 5 tracks have Marsh only, others edited out.


83-1026 WARNE MARSH-HANK JONES QUARTET.
'Village Vanguard', NYC, October 26, 1983.

Warne Marsh, ts; Hank Jones, p; George Mraz, b; Tim Horner, d.

1 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE 8:53
2 STAR EYES 9:04
3 THE NEARNESS OF YOU 6:01
4 MOOSE THE MOOCHE 7:45
5 DON'T GET AROUND MUCH ANYMORE 9:56
6 JUST FRIENDS 7:59
7 I'LL REMEMBER APRIL 8:19
8 EASY TO LOVE 7:48
9 MY OLD FLAME 6:38
10 BLUE BOSSA 7:47
11 STRIKE UP THE BAND 7:16
12 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 9:00
13 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 7:14

all PR


83-1028 WARNE MARSH-HANK JONES QUARTET.
'Village Vanguard', NYC, October 28, 1983.

Warne Marsh, ts; Hank Jones, p; George Mraz, b; Tim Horner, d.

1st SET.

1 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE 8:37
2 STAR EYES 8:52
3 THE NEARNESS OF YOU 8:06
4 MOOSE THE MOOCHE 8:24
5 DON’T GET AROUND MUCH ANYMORE 8:50
6 JUST FRIENDS 8:07
7 STARDUST 5:40
8 THREE LITTLE WORDS inc. 3:08

2nd SET

9 ORNITHOLOGY 9:06
10 I’M OLD FASHIONED 9:47
11 TWISTED BLUES 8:18
12 LOVER MAN 8:11
13 SWEET GEORGIA BROWN 8:08
14 EMBRACEABLE YOU 9:35
15 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE inc. 4:38

all PR


83-1030 WARNE MARSH-HANK JONES QUARTET.
'Village Vanguard', NYC, October 30, 1983.

Warne Marsh, ts; Hank Jones, p; George Mraz, b; Tim Horner, d.

1st SET.

1 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE 8:44
2 STAR EYES 8:04
3 THE NEARNESS OF YOU 5:10
4 MOOSE THE MOOCHE 6:30
5 DON’T GET AROUND MUCH ANYMORE 5:20
6 THREE LITTLE WORDS 4:53
7 WHAT'S NEW? piano solo 4:17
8 HAVE YOU MET MISS JONES 8:37

2nd SET

9 ORNITHOLOGY 8:48
10 I’M OLD FASHIONED 8:56
11 LOVER MAN 7:01
12 TWISTED BLUES 7:25
13 EMBRACEABLE YOU 8:01
13 SCRAPPLE FROM THE APPLE 6:26
15 GONE WITH THE WIND 7:28

all PR


83-1202 WARNE MARSH QUARTET. RB-WKCR-FM.
'West End Café', 2911 Broadway, NYC, December 2, 1983.

Warne Marsh, ts; Randy Johnston, g; Nat Reeves, b; Earl Williams, d.

1 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE 7:50
2 VICTORY BALL 4:53
3 MY OLD FLAME 4:20
4 SAX OF A KIND 5:27
5 SONNYMOON FOR TWO inc. 2:57

all PR Broadcast by Station WKCR-FM announced by Phil Schaap


83-1209 WARNE MARSH QUARTET. RB-WKCR-FM.
'West End Café', 2911 Broadway, NYC, December 9, 1983.

Warne Marsh, ts; Randy Johnston, g; Steve LaSpina, b; Tim Horner, d.

1 LEAVE ME 2:55
2 THIS IS ALWAYS 8:29
3 BACKGROUND MUSIC 6:05
4 SIPPIN’ AT BELLS 6:30

all PR Broadcast by Station WKCR-FM announced by Phil Schaap


83/840000 WARNE MARSH
Bretton Hall, NYC. Late 1983 – early 1984

Warne Marsh, ts;

1 ALL ABOUT YOU – VICTORY BALL 2:12

1 PR Marsh playing melodies of above for student Dave Frank’s study.


84-0127 WARNE MARSH QUARTET. RB-WKCR-FM.
'West End Café', 2911 Broadway, NYC, January 27, 1984.

Warne Marsh, ts; Randy Johnston, g; Steve LaSpina, b; Tim Horner, d.

1 ALL THE OTHER THINGS 6:03
2 ALL ABOUT YOU 5:34
3 I GET A KICK OUT OF YOU 6:50
4 SUMMERTIME 7:00
5 317 EAST 32ND STREET 5:14
6 KARY’S TRANCE 4:23
7 EVERYTHING HAPPENS TO ME 5:45
8 TANGERINE 4:14
9 SWITCHBOARD JOE 6:10
10 ALMOST LIKE BEING IN LOVE 6:47
11 VICTORY BALL 7:00
12 GONE WITH THE WIND 7:35
13 BACK HOME 6:28
14 EASY TO LOVE 6:05
15 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE inc. 1:03

1-5 PR broadcast by Station WKCR-FM announced by Phil Schaap
6-15 PR additions by Jack Goodwin (not broadcast)
Note: The broadcast ended with a fade out during "317 E. 32nd. Street” – track 5 above - and this track continues from that point with the recording made at the club.


84-0300 MANHATTAN STUDIO. Video-Film documentary on Lennie Tristano.
Oslo, Norway, issued March 1984.

Music by and/or interviews with, Lennie Tristano, Warne Marsh, Lee Konitz, Connie Crothers, Sheila Jordan, Barry Ulanov and Charlie Parker.

1 Documentary in 2 parts respectively ca. 38 and 37 min

Note: Produced (1982 - 1984) by Jan Horne for Norwegian Television (NKR-TV).

1 TV Video-film; 2 parts, Vol.1 and 2


84-0310 WARNE MARSH.
'Norwegian Radio Studios', Oslo, Norway, March 10, 1984.

Warne Marsh, ts; Susan Chen, p; with Norwegian group "Fast Fingers"; Peter Kateraas, tp; Guttorm Guttormsen, as; Johan Berglie, as; Rune Nicolaysen, ts; Petter Brambani, ts; Nancy Sandvoll, bars; Sture Janson, b; Tom Olstad, d.

1 BLUE'N BOOGIE 7:16
2 LOVERMAN 7:49
3 EVERYTHING YOU COULD BE (All the things you are) 5:08
4 NIGHT IN TUNISIA 6:11

Note: broadcast October 11, 1984.

all PR


84-0400 WARNE MARSH. AAAG.
'Salle de la Musique Improvisée', Luxembourg, unknown date c. April 1984.

Warne Marsh, ts; with Hans Koller, ss, sopranino, ts; Bernd Konrad, ss, as, bars; Alan Praskin, as; Fritz Pauer, Paul Schwartz, p elp; Fritz Osmec, d.

1 CALIFORNIA CONCERT 21:40
2 WARM VALLEY Koller + rhythm only 10:15
3 LAST NOT LEAST 17:10
4 UNKNOWN TITLE Koller + piano only 10:15
5 YOU ARE Koller + MARSH only 6:33
6 NO NAME 11:54

1-5 ? RB Recorded and broadcast by Saarländischer Rundfunk, Germany
5 CD In + Out Records 7014 : In + Out Records 7017 as "Warne Marsh (in Memoriam)"


84-0404 WARNE MARSH. AAAG.
'Studio 10', Funkhaus NDR, Hamburg, Germany, April 4, 1984.

Warne Marsh, ts; with Hans Koller, ss, ts; Bernd Konrad, ss, ts, bars; Alan Praskin, as; Fritz Pauer, Paul Schwartz, p elp; Fritz Osmec, d.

1 TU M' 15:05
2 NO NAME announced as "Ohne Titel" 13:50
3 HA-MA-KO 10:10
4 JEAN PAUL S 11:42
5 LAST NOT LEAST 15:50
6 BACKGROUND MUSIC MARSH, Pauer, p; Ocmec 4:35
7 CALIFORNIA CONCERT 13:50
8 INSIDE IN YOU 10:32
9 YOU ARE MARSH-Koller duo 6:20
10 UNKNOWN TITLE inc. 5:50

all Jazz Workshop No.189 recorded and broadcasted by Norddeutscher Rundfunk (NDR).


84-0406 WARNE MARSH. AAAG.
'Galerie Schaller', Stuttgart, Germany, April 6, 1984.

Warne Marsh, ts; with Hans Koller, ss, ts; Bernd Konrad, bars; Alan Praskin, as.

1 CALIFORNIA CONCERT (Excerpt) 6:37
2 LUSH LIFE Koller, ss, solo 3:30
3 JEAN PAUL S 7:22

all PR


84-0407 WARNE MARSH. AAAG.
Landesgirokasse, Stuttgart, Germany, April 7, 1984.

Warne Marsh, ts; with Hans Koller, ss, ts; Bernd Konrad, contrabass-cl, ts, bars, bass-sax; Alan Praskin, as; Fritz Pauer, p, el-p; Paul Schwartz, p, el-p; Fritz Osmec, d.

1 TU M' all; (Koller ts; Konrad, ts, bars) 13:40
2 INSIDE IN YOU Konrad, ss; Schwartz, p only 7:33
3 TRAUMTÄNZER Konrad, bars; Schwartz, p only 3:20
4 HA-MA-KO Koller, ts; Schwartz, p only 9:10
5 LUSH LIFE Praskin; Pauer,p only 7:56
6 CALIFORNIA CONCERT all (Koller, ss; Konrad c.bass-cl; Pauer, elp; Schwartz, p) 16:25
7 YOU ARE Koller,ts; MARSH only 4:50
8 JEAN PAUL S all (Koller, ts; Konrad basssax; Pauer p) 10:20
9 BACKGROUND MUSIC Marsh, Pauer, p; Osmec only 5:23
10 LAST NOT LEAST all 14:35

all Recorded and broadcast by Süddeutscher Rundfunk Stuttgart SDR (Germany)


84-0516 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'West End Café', 2911 Broadway, NYC, May 16, 1984.

Warne Marsh, ts; Valery Ponomarev, tp; Steve LaSpina, b; Curtis Boyd, d.

1 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 9:55
2 IT’S YOU OR NO ONE 9:08
3 BYE BYE BLACKBIRD 10:25
4 CHEROKEE 9:11
5 STABLEMATES 7:13
6 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 10:19
7 WEST COAST BLUES 9:51
8 WHAT’S NEW 11:23
9 I’LL REMEMBER APRIL 10:37

all PR


84-0517 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'West End Café', 2911 Broadway, NYC, May 17, 1984.

Warne Marsh, ts; Valery Ponomarev, tp; Michael Gold (1-4), b; Steve LaSpina, b; Curtis Boyd, d.

1 IT’S YOU OR NO ONE 8:56
2 BACKGROUND MUSIC 9:40
3 STAR EYES 10:53
4 SCRAPPLE FROM THE APPLE 9:55
2nd. set
5 LIKE SOMEONE IN LOVE 8:28
6 JOY SPRING 9:40
7 IF YOU COULD SEE ME NOW 9:19
8 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 9:59

all PR 1-4 include remarks by Ponomarev; 5-9 incl. remarks by Phil Schaap.


84-0518 WARNE MARSH QUARTET. RB-WKCR-FM.
'West End Café', 2911 Broadway, NYC, May 18, 1984.

Warne Marsh, ts; Randy Johnston, g; ; Steve LaSpina, b; Curtis Boyd, d.

1 ALL ABOUT YOU 7:42
2 EMBRACEABLE YOU 8:40
3 BACKGROUND MUSIC 6:37
4 SONNYMOON FOR TWO inc. 2:45

all PR Broadcast by Station WKCR-FM; announced by Phil Schaap.


84-0929 WARNE MARSH QUARTET. In Concert at 'The Heineken Jazz Festival'.
'De Doelen', Rotterdam, Holland, September 29, 1984.

Warne Marsh, ts; Susan Chen, p, vcl; Frank Canino, b; Tim Pleasant, d.

First Set:

1 STELLA BY STARLIGHT duet Marsh-Chen 5:46
2 BACKGROUND MUSIC 4:47
3 EVERYTHING I LOVE 6:22
4 WOW! 6:02
5 ALL GOD'S CHILLUN' vcl. Susan Chen 5:28
6 HOW DEEP IS THE OCEAN 7:14
7 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 4:16

Second Set:

8 BEAUTIFUL LOVE 5:40
9 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 4:26
10 MY ROMANCE 5:44
11 SWITCHBOARD JOE 3:53
12 BODY AND SOUL 6:54
13 KARY'S TRANCE 4:46

Note: Timing: music only.

all PR (Courtesy Henk Bernlef / Recorded by Sjaak Willemse / begin of -1 missing /-4:22)
1-4,8-13 PR (Recorded by Edo Essed)


84-0930 CHET BAKER QUINTET featuring WARNE MARSH.
'Studio 44', Monster, Holland, September 30, 1984.

Chet Baker, tp; Warne Marsh, ts; Hod O'Brien, p; Cecil McBee, b; Eddie Gladden, d.

1a WELL SPOKEN 9:05
1b WELL SPOKEN (alt) 10:20
2a IF YOU COULD SEE ME NOW Marsh out 5:35
2b IF YOU COULD SEE ME NOW alt take 5:00
3a WE KNOW IT'S LOVE 6:28
3b WE KNOW IT'S LOVE take 2 6:30
4a MINORITY 6:50
4b MINORITY (alt) 5:50
5a LOOKING GOOD TONIGHT 8:28
5b LOOKING GOOD TONIGHT take 2 5:19
6 IMAGINATION Baker out 7:30
7 BLUES FOR A REASON 8:38

1a,2a,3a,5a,6,7 R Criss 1010
1a,2a,3a,3b,5a,5b,6,7 CD Criss 1010-CD
1b,2b,4a,4b unissued


84-1017 WARNE MARSH - GEORGE ZISKIND
George Ziskind's Apartment, NYC, October 17, 1984.

Warne Marsh, ts; George Ziskind, p.

1 ALONE TOGETHER 5:46
2 EMILY 5:12
3 OF THEE I SING 4:11
4 WRAP YOUR TROUBLES IN DREAMS 3:33
5 EVERYTHING HAPPENS TO ME 5:48

all PR


84-1022 WARNE MARSH with the Norwegian Radio Big Band.
'Studios Of Norwegian Radio', Oslo, Norway, October 22, 1984.

Collective Personnel: 5 trumpets, 4 trombones, 6 saxes/cl; Warne Marsh, ts; Susan Chen, p; Henryk Lysik, p; Bjørn Kjellemyr, b; Frank Jacobsen, d.

1 OUT OF NOWHERE Arr.: Bill Holman ?
2 THE DUKE Arr.: Clare Fisher ?
3 A TIME FOR LOVE Arr.: Alf Clausen 4:45
4 SWITCHBOARD JOE ?
5 OLD FOLKS Arr.: Clare Fisher/Susan Chen ?
6 YOU'D BE SO NICE Arr.: Stewart Fisher ?
7 CHEROKEE Arr.: Bill Holman ?

all RB Norwegian Radio Broadcast


84-1100a WARNE MARSH QUINTET.
Probably Bergen, Norway, November 1984.

Rehearsal session.

Torgrim Sollid, tp; Warne Marsh, ts; Susan Chen, p; probably Olaf Kampfjord, b; probably Ole Jacob Hansen, d.

1 WHAT IS THIS THING CALLED LOVE/SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 14:47
2 STELLA BY STARLIGHT 3:22
3 ALL GOD’S CHILLUN’ GOT RHYTHM 6:18
4 MY ROMANCE 5:49
5 BEAUTIFUL LOVE 6:54

all PR


84-1100b WARNE MARSH QUINTET.
Bergen, Norway, November 1984.

Torgrim Sollid, tp; Warne Marsh, ts; Susan Chen, p; Olaf Kampfjord, b; Ole Jacob Hansen, d; unknown (b) vcl.

1 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE ?
2 I LOVE YOU ?
3 MY ROMANCE ?
4 STELLA BY STARLIGHT ?
4 ALL GOD'S CHILLUN' GOT RHYTHM ?
5 LOVER MAN ?
6 ALL ABOUT YOU ?

all PR


84-1125 WARNE MARSH.
Radio broadcast, Oslo, Norway, November 25, 1984.

Teaching and performing with Norwegian musicians. Comments during broadcast by Torgrim Sollid; Musicians include: Torgrim Sollid, tp; Viglen Storras, p; S.H. Solstad, g; D Trollaas, d. and others.

1 317 EAST 32ND STREET ?
2 WHAT IS THIS THING CALLED LOVE ?
3 HIGH ON YOU ?
4 ALL ABOUT YOU ?

all PR Total time c. 37 min.


85-0118 WARNE MARSH QUINTET.
'Sonny's Place', Merrick, NY, January 18, 1985.

Warne Marsh, ts; Susan Chen, p; Terry Newman, b; Curtis Boyd, d; Jillian Ames vcl *.

1 IT’S YOU OR NO ONE 8:12
2 STELLA BY STARLIGHT 7:27
3 BEAUTIFUL LOVE 7:16
4 I SHOULD CARE 7:36
5 EASY TO LOVE * 2:56
6 SUNDAY 2:49
7 GOOD MORNING HEARTACHE * 5:45
8 WOW! 4:13
9 HIGH ON YOU 4:55
10 I WISH I KNEW 6:20
11 WAS IT SOMETHING I SAID? 7:11
12 LOVE FOR SALE * 6:54
13 YOU'D BE SO NICE TO COME HOME TO * 2:36
14 YOU GO TO MY HEAD 9:00

all PR


85-0312 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'Vanguard Studio', NYC, March 12, 1985.

Warne Marsh, ts; Susan Chen, p; George Mraz, b; Akira Tana, d.

1 Beautiful Love (breaks down) unissued 0:57
2 Beautiful Love (Marsh solo only) unissued 1:46
3 SECOND-HAND ROMANCE 6:58
4 INSIDE OUT 7:21
5 PARISIAN THOROUGHFARE 4:30
6 EMPEROR'S OLD CLOTHES 6:05
7 AT FIRST BLUSH 6:32
8 LOVE AND HATE 5:40
9 Love and Hate (alt. take) unissued 7:42
10 UNHEARD OF 5:35
11 TURN OUT THE NIGHT 2:42
12 BEAUTIFUL LOVE FADES OUT 5:10
13 ON A SLOW BOAT TO CHINA 4:07
14 MY ROMANCE 6:35
15 My Romance (alt. take) unissued 6:52

Note: Date March 15, 1985 as given on cover, is incorrect.
Recording date shown given by producer Toshiya Taenaka.

4-8,10 R Interplay IP-8604
3-8,12,14 CD Interplay IPCD 8604 (8 as "Things Called Love")
4-8,10-13 CD Storyville ST-4162 (8 as "What Is This")


85-0617 WARNE MARSH - SUSAN CHEN.
'Music Box Recording Studio', NYC, June 17, 1985.

Warne Marsh, ts; Susan Chen, p.

1a TANGERINE take 1 ?
1b TANGERINE take 2 ?
1c TANGERINE take 3 FS ?
1d TANGERINE take 4 ?
2a SKYLARK take 1 4:40
2b SKYLARK take 2 ?
b3 SKYLARK take 3 ?
3 MEAN TO ME ?
4a GONE WITH THE WIND take 1 ?
4b GONE WITH THE WIND take 1 ?
5 YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT LOVE IS ?
6 I SHOULD CARE ?
7 WOW ?

Note: For other titles on Interplay IP-8601 see 86-0114

all except 2a Interplay unissued
2a R Interplay IP-8601
2a CD Interplay IPCD-8609 : Art Union ARTCD-34


85-1002 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'Donte's', North Hollywood, CA, October 2, 1985.

Warne Marsh, ts; Dave Koonse, g; Paul Gormley, b; Carl Burnett, d.

1 I LOVE YOU 9:31
2 HOW DEEP IS THE OCEAN 9:09
3 JOY SPRING 7:12
4 TOPSY 9:20
5 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 8:04

all PR


85-1224 WARNE MARSH - SUSAN CHEN.
'Music Box Recording Studio', NYC, Dec. 24, 1985.

Warne Marsh, ts; Susan Chen, p.

1 I WISH I KNEW 4:21
2 ALONE TOGETHER 4:19
3 IT COULD HAPPEN TO YOU 3:19
4 GEORGIA ON MY MIND 6:37
5 HALF-FORGOTTEN SONG 4:35
6 BALLAD FOR TWO 5:15
7 GONE WITH THE WIND 3:45
8 YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT LOVE IS 5:07
9 I SHOULD CARE 3:33
10 MEAN TO ME 3:55

Note: Chamberlain gives Dec. 2, 1985.

all CD Interplay IPCD-8609 : Art Union ARTCD-34


86-0114 WARNE MARSH - SUSAN CHEN.
'Classic Sound Productions Studio', NYC, Jan. 14, 1986.

Warne Marsh, ts; Susan Chen, p.

1 THIS THING 3:00
2 SUMMER MORNING 2:38
3 SUMMER EVENING 2:42
4 PENNIES 1:47
5 ALWAYS 3:30
6 MARVELLOUS WORDS 2:52
7 STRIKE OUT 2:20
8 ANOTHER YOU 2:38
9 IT'S YOU 2:05
10 ALRIGHT 3:25
11 THIS BE LOVE 3:38
12 HAVE YOU MET 1:52
13 AGAIN 1:53

Note: for other titles on Interplay IP-8601 see 85-0617

all R Interplay IP-8601


86-0331 WARNE MARSH QUARTET & QUINTET.
Englewood Cliffs, N.J., March 31, 1986.

Warne Marsh, ts; Jimmy Halperin, ts (1,3,5); Barry Harris, p; David Williams, b; Albert Heath, d.

1a BIG LEAPS FOR LESTER take 1 Criss 1023 4:52
1b BIG LEAPS FOR LESTER take 2 CD 4:35
2 JOY SPRING CD 7:12
3a SEE ME NOW, IF YOU COULD take 1 FS
3b SEE ME NOW, IF YOU COULD take 2 FS
3c SEE ME NOW, IF YOU COULD take 3 Criss 1023 5:37
4a BACK HOME take 1 FS uniss. 0:33
4b BACK HOME take 2 uniss. 3:55
4c BACK HOME take 3 uniss. 4:16
4d BACK HOME take 4 FS uniss. 0:45
4e BACK HOME take 5 CD 4:41
4f BACK HOME take 6 Criss 1023 7:58
5a GOOD BAIT take 1 CD (6:30) 7:17
5b GOOD BAIT take 2 Criss 1023 8:05
6a TWO NOT ONE take 1 FS
6b TWO NOT ONE take 2 Criss 1023 5:03
6c TWO NOT ONE take 3 uniss. 5:00
7 LEAVE ME take 1 Criss 1023 5:12
8-- HEADS UP FS
8-- HEADS UP FS
8a HEADS UP take 1 Slow uniss. 6:10
8b HEADS UP take 2 FS
8c HEADS UP take 3 Fast Criss 1023 5:27
9 RHYTHMICALLY SPEAKING take 1 Criss 1023 4:26
10a EPISODES (blues take 1 FS
10b EPISODES (blues take 2 uniss. 6:00
11 IF NOT JUST FRIENDS take 1 uniss. 5:55

1a,3c,4f,5b,6b,7,8c,9 R Criss Cross Jazz 1023
as above + 1b,2,4e,5a CD Criss Cross Jazz 1023-CD


86-0402 WARNE MARSH DUO.
'The Silver Screen Jazz Room, Hyatt Hotel', 8401 W. Sunset Blvd, W. Hollywood, April 2, 1986.

Warne Marsh, ts; Albert 'Tootie' Heath, d. (probably a rehearsal for the week long engagement of the Warne Marsh-Harold Land Quintet a few days later).

1 TANGERINE 4:49
2 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE 4:50
3 TICO TICO 6:01
4 I CAN'T GIVE YOU ANYTHING BUT LOVE 6:51
5 AIREGIN 5:38
6 EVERYTHING HAPPENS TO ME 7:12
7 SOUTH AMERICAN WAY 13:08
8 IT COULD HAPPEN TO YOU 4:50
9 APRIL 11:15
10 THE BEST THING FOR YOU WOULD BE ME 13:35
11 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 10:12
12 LAURA 5:40

Note: Although titles are given for each track, in some cases the track begins with fairly free improvisation and then develops to the theme stated.

all PR


86-0602 WARNE MARSH.
Harbeson Hall, Pasadena, CA., June 2, 1986.

Warne Marsh, ts-soloist; Gary Foster, as-soloist, leader,
The Pasadena City College Studio Jazz Ensemble:
Ray Poncin, tp; Chris Price, tp; Buddy Gordon, tp; Ernst Cabriales, tp; Ray Burkhart, tp; Fred Simmons, tb; David Carbonara, tb; Jack Preston, tb; Clint Sandusky, tb; Jim Honeyman as; Robert Tamilio, as; Dan Raymond, ts; Greg Stewart, ts; Richard Melville, bars; Kyle Luck, vibes; Tom Osuna, g; Jennifer Morris, p; Dean Taba, b; Mike Massoni, d.

arranger - soloist
1 OUT OF NOWHERE Bill Holman Marsh 3:32
2 ROUND MIDNIGHT Bob Washut Marsh 5:50
3 CHEROKEE Bill Holman Marsh 4:53
4 YOU GO TO MY HEAD Dave Hansen Marsh 5:51
5 BODY AND SOUL Tommy Newsom Marsh 5:42
6 STELLA BY STARLIGHT Bill Holman Marsh 6:20
7 LENNIE'S PENNIES Clare Fischer Marsh, Foster, as; Jennifer Morris, p. 10:08

all PR Recorded by Gary Foster
7 CD Storyville STCD-8314 (9:40)


86-0801 WARNE MARSH-SUSAN CHEN.
KPFK-Radio Studio, San Francisco, CA., August 1, 1986.

Warne Marsh; Susan Chen.

1 INTERVIEW by John Breckow ca. 48:00

1 PR KPFK-radio-broadcast


86-1203 WARNE MARSH-SUSAN CHEN.
New Orleans Bar & Grill, Oakland, CA. December 3, 1986.

Warne Marsh, ts; Susan Chen, p.

1 BLUE LESTER 3:58
2 OVER THE RAINBOW 5:35
3 NOTHING ELSE 3:15
4 I COULD WRITE A BOOK (vcl. Chen) 3:14
5 SWEET LORRAINE 3:57
6 317 EAST 32ND. 3:51
7 LENNIE BIRD 2:14
8 EMPEROR’S OLD CLOTHES 2:47
9 VERY RARELY 3:53
10 ALL GOD’S CHILDREN GOT RHYTHM (vcl. Chen) 2:45
11 EVERYTHING HAPPENS TO ME 2:41
12 SECRET LOVE 2:27

1-12 PR


86-1204 WARNE MARSH-SUSAN CHEN.
KJAZ-Radio Studio, San Francisco, CA. December 4, 1986.

Warne Marsh; Susan Chen.

1 INTERVIEW by Jerry Dean 23:35

1 PR KJAZ-radio-broadcast


87-0200 WARNE MARSH SEXTET
Trondheim, Norway, February, 1987.

Torgrim Sollid, tp; Warne Marsh, ts; John Pal Inderberg, bars; Erling Aksdal, p; Terje Venaas, b; Espen Rud, d.

1 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE ?
2 TOPSY ?
3 I'LL REMEMBER APRIL ?
4 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE ?
5 WHAT'S NEW ?
6 SCRAPPLE FROM THE APPLE ?
7 WALKIN' inc. ?

all PR


87-0527 WARNE MARSH QUARTET
'Hop Singh's', Marina del Rey, CA., May 27, 1987.

Warne Marsh, ts; Larry Koonse, g; Eric Von Essen, b; Larance Marable, d.

1 STAR EYES 10:47
2 BACKGROUND MUSIC 6:08
3 ROUND MIDNIGHT 7:36
4 JOY SPRING 8:52
5 KARY'S TRANCE 8:13
6 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 11:12
7 ANTHROPOLOGY 8:33
8 EASY LIVING 8:10
9 SUBCONSCIOUS-LEE 8:24
10 317 EAST 32ND. (theme missing) 8:46

all PR Recorded by Eric Von Essen.


87-0604 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'Backroom Recording Studio', Sherman Oaks, CA., June 4, 1987.

Warne Marsh, ts; Ron Eschete, g; Jim Hughart, b; Sherman Ferguson, d.

1 INITIALLY K.C. 8:08
2a untitled
2b untitled
3 ASTERIX 9:45
4a ALL GOD'S CHILLUN GOT RHYTHM take 1
4b ALL GOD'S CHILLUN GOT RHYTHM take-2
4c ALL GOD'S CHILLUN GOT RHYTHM take-3 5:09

1,3,4c R Interplay IP-8602 : Storyville 4165


87-0605 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'Backroom Recording Studio', Sherman Oaks, CA., June 5, 1987.

Warne Marsh, ts; Ron Eschete, g; Jim Hughart, b; Sherman Ferguson, d.

1 BLUES WARNE-ING 4:10
2 GERALDYNE'S ARRANGEMENT 6:45
3 JASON'S JUDGEMENT 5:35

all R Interplay IP-8602 : Storyville 4165


87-0807 WARNE MARSH QUARTET.
'Donte's', North Hollywood, CA, August 7th. 1987.

Warne Marsh, ts; Larry Koonse, g; Paul Gormley, b; Larance Marable, d.

1 SWEET AND LOVELY 12:11
2 TIME ON MY HANDS 6:21
3 GET HAPPY 6:33
4 INDIAN SUMMER 11:30
5 THAT OLD DEVIL MOON (inc) 5:33
6 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 9:27
7 LOVERMAN 8:15
8 ALL GOD'S CHILLUN' GOT RHYTHM 6:49
9 OUT OF NOWHERE 9:11
10 IT'S YOU OR NO ONE 6:14

all PR


87-0921+ WARNE MARSH.
'Ny York Studio', Oslo, Norway, September 21-23, 1987.

Torgrim Sollid, tp; Warne Marsh, ts; John Pal Inderberg, bars, voc; Erling Aksdal, p; Bjorn Alterhaug, b, arr (7,9); Ole Jacob Hansen, d.
Producer: Jon Larsen; Recording engineer: Hakon Manheim & Torgrim Sollid.

1 CAN'T GIVE 6:34
2 NO SPLICE 3:30
3 BACKGROUND MUSIC 5:43
4 FOR THE TIME BEING, PT. 1   5:13
5 EVERYTHING YOU COULD BE 5:04
6 KARY'S TRANCE 4:06
7 HERE'S THAT RAINY DAY 5:46
8 THIS THING 5:19
9 SO RO 3:41
10 TOPSY 8:50
11 FOR THE TIME BEING, PT. 2   4:20
12 AUTUMN IN NEW YORK 5:24

all CD Hot Club Records HCR CD-44


87-1001 WARNE MARSH - LARRY KOONSE in Concert.
'Mills College', Oakland, CA., October 1, 1987.

Warne Marsh, ts; Anthony Braxton (13), as; Larry Koonse, g.

1 INTRODUCTION 0:55
2 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 4:52
3 ALL GOD’S CHILLUN’ GOT RHYTHM 4:45
4 TIME ON MY HANDS 6:25
5 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 5:27
6 BODY AND SOUL 7:52
7 BACKGROUND MUSIC 4:50
8 INDIAN SUMMER 5:51
9 WHAT IS THIS THING CALLED LOVE 4:27
10 SWEET & LOVELY 4:53
11 AFTER YOU’VE GONE 5:21
12 OUT OF NOWHERE 5:24
13 HALF NELSON  4:20

all PR
10 CD Storyville STCD-8314 (4:31)
2-12 CD JAZZBANK/Five Spot MTCJ-1067 (Jap)


87-1018 WARNE MARSH QUARTET in concert for "Jazz In Flight".
'In Flight Dance Studio', 333 Dolores St., San Francisco, Oct. 18, 1987.

Warne Marsh, ts; Larry Koonse; g; Seward McCain, b; Jim Zimmerman, d.

1 IT’S YOU OR NO ONE 8:58
2 I CRIED FOR YOU 9:08
3 BACKGROUND MUSIC 2:43
4 TIME ON MY HANDS 7:00
5 317 EAST 32ND. STREET 8:12
6 WHAT IS THIS THING CALLED LOVE 6:04
7 GEE BABY, AIN'T I GOOD TO YOU 7:02
8 JOY SPRING 8:43
9 EASY LIVING 5:56
10 AFTER YOU’VE GONE 6:20
11 SONNYMOON FOR TWO 8:01

all PR Recorded by KJAZ and broadcast probably shortly after Marsh's death.
A video tape made by a club member exists, but has never been broadcast.


87-1209 WARNE MARSH QUARTET
Donte’s, N. Hollywood, CA. December 9th. 1987.

Warne Marsh, ts; Larry Koonse, g; Isla Eckinger, b; Larance Marable, d.
Frank Collett, p. on tracks 1 and 4.

1 Sweet And Lovely (inc) 7:16
2 Limehouse Blues 6:16
3 Gee Baby, Ain’t I Good To You 9:43
4 The Night Has A Thousand Eyes 10:51
5 317 E. 32nd. Street 8:54
6 Lover 6:16

all PR


87-1215 WARNE MARSH.
Van Nuys, CA., December 15, 1987.

Warne Marsh, ts; solo improvisations.

1 INTRODUCTION 2:24
2 STATEMENT 1 5:01
3 STATEMENT 2 8:44
4 STATEMENT 3 6:00
5 STATEMENT 4 3:51
6 STATEMENT 5 2:28

all CD JAZZBANK/Archives MTCJ-1050 (Jap)




From Los Angeles Times, Saturday, December 19 1987

OBITUARIES : Warne Marsh; Recorded Jazz on Tenor Sax


Warne M. Marsh, a tenor saxophonist who toured with the Lennie Tristano and Buddy Rich bands and whose cool tones were heard on many jazz recordings, died of an apparent heart attack early Friday.

Pianist Ross Tomkins, who was leading a quartet at Donte's in North Hollywood, said Marsh "just slipped off his stool" and collapsed Thursday night. He was taken to St. Joseph Medical Center in Burbank and pronounced dead.

"Warne was filling in for Conte Candoli," said Tomkins, the "Tonight" show pianist. "Conte couldn't show up" for his performance with what Tomkins called "The Thursday Night Band."

Marsh was 60 and as a youth played with the old Hollywood Canteen Kids during WorldWar II. Afterward he was seen with Hoagy Carmichael's Teenagers before joining the Army in 1946, when he met Tristano.

He worked for a time in New York before returning to Los Angeles. He toured and recorded with Tristano and Lee Konitz, and in 1953 was heard as the saxophone soloist on the Metronome All Stars' recording of "How High the Moon."

Under his own name he recorded such albums as "Jazz of Two Cities," "Quartet" and "Warne Marsh."

 




2 - Index of issues on LP Records


Affinity AFF-149 E Lennie Tristano-Tadd Dameron: Crosscurrents
ARJAY RJ-103
Atlantic 50298-ULP J That's Jazz, Vol. 21: Lee Konitz & Warne Marsh
Atlantic 590.020 E Abstractions
Atlantic 81705 Post Bop
Atlantic 90050 Eu Lee Konitz With Warne Marsh
Atlantic EP-551 45
Atlantic EP-552 45
Atlantic LP-1217 Lee Konitz With Warne Marsh
Atlantic LP-1291 (m) Warne Marsh
Atlantic P-4549A J Lee Konitz With Warne Marsh
Atlantic P-4573 J Warne Marsh (With Paul Chambers 57-1212/58-0116)
Atlantic P-6071A J Lee Konitz With Warne Marsh
Atlantic P-6136A J Warne Marsh (With Paul Chambers 57-1212/58-0116)
Atlantic R2-71726 Atlantic Jazz Saxophones, Vol. 2
Atlantic SD-1291 (st) Excerpt ? (With Paul Chambers 57-1212/58-0116)
Atlantic SD-1520 The Clare Fisher Big Band: Thesaurus
Barclay 74014 F
Barclay BLP-84062 F
Blue Note BNP-25106 F Jazz Of Two Cities
Bombasi 11:235 Charlie Parker-Lennie Tristano
Bosco 1 Self Portrait Pete Christlieb
Braba BB-01 Lennie Tristano Blues Of A Kind
Cap 0C-062-81834 EEC Supersax Plays Bird Volume 2 (equi Cap ST-11271)
Cap 11060 US Crosscurrents (var) (equi of Cap 5C052.80853)
Cap 1224 ?
Cap 1J-060-80156 E The History Of Jazz, Vol. 4: Enter The Cool (var)
Cap 57-60003 US
Cap 57-60013 US
Cap 5C052.80853 H Crosscurrents (equi of Cap M-11060)
Cap CL-13157
Cap CL-13456 E
Cap CR-8084 J Jazz Masters Of 40's-Hot vs Cool
Cap EAP1-491
Cap ECJ-50076 J Cool & Quiet: Lennie Tristano-Buddy DeFranco
Cap H-371
Cap IGJ-50042 J Supersax Plays Bird equi of Cap ST-11177
Cap K-41549 G
Cap LC-6598 E
Cap M-11060 Crosscurrents (var) (equi of Cap 5C052.80853)
Cap ST-11177 Supersax Plays Bird
Cap ST-11271 Salt Peanuts
Cap ST-11371 Supersax Plays Bird With Strings
Cap T-20578 E
Cap T-371
Cap T-796 equi of Cap 1J-060-80156? (same title?)
Cap TOCJ-5324 J Supersax Plays Bird With Strings (equi of Cap ST-11371)
Cap/Toshiba 80029 J Supersax Plays Bird With Strings (equi of Cap ST-11371)
Carrère CA27-168523 F Bill Evans
Charlie Parker CP-2 E Carnegie Hall Jazz Concert
Christlieb Records PC-1
Con GXC-3155 J Art Pepper: The Way It Was
Con LAX-3131 J
Con M-3630
Con S-7630 Art Pepper: The Way It Was
Criss Cross Jazz 1002 H Star Highs
Criss Cross Jazz 1004 H Music For Prancing
Criss Cross Jazz 1007 A Ballad Album
Criss Cross Jazz 1010 H Blues For A Reason
Criss Cross Jazz 1023 H Back Home
Dan Records VC-5013 J Stars of Modern Jazz: Concert At Carnegie Hall, X-Mas, 1949
Disco Mate DSP-5004 J Tenor Gladness
Discovery DS-798 The Clare Fisher Big Band: Thesaurus
Discovery DS-807 / Trend see under 'Trend'
Discovery DS-863 Warne Marsh-Sal Mosca: How Deep, How High
Eastwind EWJ-90024 J Warne Marsh Meets Gary Foster
Epic 25AP-897 J Lee Konitz Meets Warne Marsh Again (equi Pausa 7019)
Esquire 32-027 E
Essar SR-1009
Fantasy 5951 F Bill Evans Trio With Lee Konitz & Warne Marsh Crosscurrents
Fantasy F-9568 F Bill Evans Trio With Lee Konitz & Warne Marsh Crosscurrents
Fantasy HBS-6091 It Bill Evans Trio With Lee Konitz & Warne Marsh Crosscurrents
Fantasy SMJ-6263 J Bill Evans Trio With Lee Konitz & Warne Marsh Crosscurrents
Fantasy VIJ-4018 J Bill Evans Trio With Lee Konitz & Warne Marsh Crosscurrents
Flying Dutchman BDL 1-1082 Elec Bacsik: Bird And Dizzy A Musical Tribute
Flyright FLY-212 Warne Out
Flyright FLY-216 Warne Marsh-Sal Mosca: How Deep, How High ??
Franklin Mint FM Jazz-061 US Cool Jazz 3rd Stream Music (var)
Franklin Mint FM Jazz-097 US Contemporary Currents
Fresh Sound FSR-1038 Sp Warne Marsh - Red Mitchell Duo Live At Sweet Basil, NY
Fresh Sound FSR-252282 Sp Modern Jazz Gallery
Gazell 2003 Swe
GM Records LP-001 Modern Jazz Compositions From Haiti (Various)
HEP 12 E
HMV 7EG-8566(Frohne 8266) E
HMV FELP-100.008 F
Hot Club de Vienna 1013 Aus Jazz Perspective: Lennie Tristano
Hot Club Records HCR-7 Nor Sax Of A Kind - Warne Marsh In Norway
I Grandi Del Jazz 053 It Bill Evans
I Grandi del Jazz 43 It Lee Konitz
IAJRC LP-15 Can Battle Of Tenor Saxes
IAJRC LP-20 Can Stars of Modern Jazz: Concert At Carnegie Hall, Xmas, 1949
Imperial (S)LP-12013 The Winds Of Marsh (stereo / identical to CD/ Liberty TOCJ-5444 see Session-file)
Imperial LP-9027 Jazz Of Two Cities (mono: as Liberty LR-8055 see Sessions)
Inner City IC-6048 Tenor Gladness
Interplay IP-7709 Warne Out
Interplay IP-7725 Warne Marsh-Sal Mosca: How Deep, How High
Interplay IP-8601 Warne Marsh - Susan Chen
Interplay IP-8602 Two Days In The Life Of ...
Interplay IP-8604 Warne Marsh: Posthumous
Jazz Records 01 Lennie Tristano Quintet: Live At Birdland 1949
Jazz Records 03 5LP box Lennie Tristano Memorial Concert
Jazz Records 05 Lennie Tristano Quintet Live In Toronto 1952
Jazz Records 06 Lennie Tristano: Continuity
Jazzbox JLEP-136 Swe? 45
Kapp KXL 5001 Modern Jazz Gallery
Liberty LR-8055 J Jazz Of Two Cities
London 30116 E 45
London LTZ-K.15025 E
London LTZ P-15080 E Jazz Of Two Cities
London LTZ-R.15083 E Modern Jazz Gallery, Vol. 1
London LTZ-R.15084 E Modern Jazz Gallery, Vol. 2
Melodisc 1111 (New Jazz?) E 78
Metro 2348.124 H Billy Eckstine: The Golden Voice
Metro 2355.013 (equi of Metro 2356.015?)
Metro 2356.015 G Jazz Spectrum 13 (equi of Metro 2355.013?)
Metronome MEP-252 Swe 45
Metronome MEP-253 Swe 45
Metronome MEP-44 Swe Lee Konitz Quintet With Warne Marsh 45
Metronome MEP-462 Swe 45
MGM 109 J
MGM 11573 78
MGM 2353.071 E Billy Eckstine Greatest Hits
MGM 692 H 78
MGM E-3176 Billy Eckstine: Mister B With A Beat 45
MGM EMG-03 J
MGM EP-574 E 45
MGM EP-63014 45
MGM MM-2 J
MGM SP-1060 45
MGM X-1078 45
Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab 1-511 Supersax Plays Bird equi of Cap ST-11177
Mode LP-125
Mosaic MQ10-174 10 LPs The complete Atlantic recordings of Tristano, Konitz & Marsh
MPS 11022
MPS 15491 G Supersax Chasin' The Bird
MPS 5D064D-99430 Supersax Chasin' The Bird
MPS 68.160 G Supersax Chasin' The Bird
MPS/Verve 821867 Supersax Chasin' The Bird
MPS KUX-31 J Supersax Chasin' The Bird
MPS KUX-31 J
Mus LPM-2007 It equi of Lon LTZ-K.15025
Musica Jazz 2MJP-1018 It I Maestri Del Sax-Alt
Musica Jazz 2MJP-1032 It Cool Jazz (var)
Nessa N-7 Warne Marsh: All Music
New Jazz NJ-807
New Jazz NJ-813
New World NW-242 Nica's Dream, Small Jazz Groups of the 50's and early 60's
Official 3035 Dan Lester Young: Prized Prez
OJC 1749 (Rvs/Fantasy) The Right Combination: Joe Albany With Warne Marsh
OJC 186 (Prestige/Fantasy) Lee Konitz
OJC 389 (Con/Fantasy) Art Pepper: The Way It Was
OJC 5389 (Con/Fantasy) Art Pepper: The Way It Was
Pausa PR-7019 Lee Konitz Meets Warne Marsh Again
Pausa PR-9028 Supersax Salt Peanuts
PIV-Records 1004
Produttori Associati LP-72 It Lee Konitz Meets Warne Marsh Again
Prestige 807
Prestige 813
Prestige EP-1314 45
Prestige LP-101
Prestige LP-7004 Lee Konitz With Tristano, Marsh & Bauer
Prestige LP-7250 Subconscious-Lee
Prestige P-24081 First Sessions 1949/50 (var)
Prestige SMJ-6522
Prestige/Fantasy OM-2008
Radio TV Beograd RBT-4329 Yug
RCA RVP-6035 J Elec Bacsik Bird And Dizzy A Musical Tribute
Revelation 12 Ne Plus Ultra
Revelation 17 Report Of The 1st Annual Symposium On Relaxed Improvisation
Revelation 22 The Art Of Improvising
Revelation 27 The Art Of Improvising, Vol. 2
Richelieu AX-120 France Salutes The American Jazzmen, Vol. 5
Rvs RLP.12-270 US Joe Albany: The Right Combination
Rvs RS-3023 US Joe Albany: The Legendary Pianist (Stereo)
Rvs SMJ-6071.M J Joe Albany: The Right Combination
Sea Breeze SB-2001 Judy Niemack & Simon Wettenhall: By Heart
Spotlite SPJ-22 E I Remember You
Storyville SLP-1017 E Warne Marsh Quintet: Jazz Exchange, Vol. 1
Storyville SLP-1020 E Live At The Montmartre Club: Jazz Exchange, Vol. 2
Storyville SLP-4001 Warne Marsh Quintet: Jazz Exchange, Vol. 1
Storyville SLP-4026 equi of SLP-1020?
Storyville SLP-4092 Dan Hot House: The Red Mitchell Warne Marsh Big Two
Storyville SLP-4096 Dan Warne Marsh Quintet: Jazz Exchange, Vol. 3
Swedisc 27-5003 J Karin Krog Warne Marsh Red Mitchell I Remember You
Swingtime ST-1015 Dan/It Billy Eckstine Blowing The Blues Away
Telefunken 80177 G
Telefunken C-80263 G
Telefunken K-1549 G
Trend / Discovery DS-807 Duality
Trio PAP-9092 J Warne Out
Vanguard LAX-3075M Free Wheeling-The Ted Brown Sextet
Vanguard SR(M)-3146 J Free Wheeling-The Ted Brown Sextet
Vanguard VRS-8515 Free Wheeling-The Ted Brown Sextet
Vanguard VSD-23049 F Free Wheeling-The Ted Brown Sextet
Verve 2304.381 F Lee Konitz Meets Jimmy Giuffre
Verve 23MJ-3172 J Lee Konitz Meets Jimmy Giuffre
Verve 2615.044 The History Of Jazz (var)
Verve 840.029 Jazz Club Vocal (var)
Verve MGV-8335 Lee Konitz Meets Jimmy Giuffre
Verve MGVS-6073 Lee Konitz Meets Jimmy Giuffre
Verve V/V6-8335 Lee Konitz Meets Jimmy Giuffre
VIP LP-17 Aus
VOA CP-02 E Stars of Modern Jazz: Concert At Carnegie Hall, X-Mas, 1949
VOA ET-J65 E Stars of Modern Jazz: Concert At Carnegie Hall, X-Mas, 1949
VSM FELP-10013 F
VSOP No. 8 Warne Marsh Quartet: Music For Prancing
Warner Bros BSK-3236 Apogee
Wave LP-06 E Release Record. Send Tape
Wave LP-10 E Warne Marsh: Jazz From The East Village
Wave LP-14 E Timespan
Wave LP-16 E London Concert
Xanadu 151 Warne Marsh Live In Hollywood
Xanadu 172 Bebop Revisited, Vol. 3 (var)
Xtra 5049 E
 



3 - Index of CD's & Videos 

Art Union ARTCD-34 (J) equivalent of Interplay IPCD-8609
Atlantic 30XD-1033 Lee Konitz With Warne Marsh
Atlantic 8122-75356 Lee Konitz With Warne Marsh
Bosco Records CD-1 Pete Christlieb "Self Portrait"
Cap C-96264 Supersax Plays Bird equi of Cap ST-11177/LP
Cap CDP 7243 8 52771 Lee Konitz & Warne Marsh: Intuition
Century CECC-00390 Warne Marsh: Live In Berlin
Con S-9001 (J) (CD?) (Art Pepper With Warne Marsh) (?) entry Chamberlain / CHECK
ConCar 98.646 (F) Art Pepper With Warne Marsh
ConJVC VICJ-23640 Art Pepper: The Way It Was
ConVic VDJ-1577 (J) Art Pepper With Warne Marsh
ConVic VDJ-1593 (J) Art Pepper
Cool & Blue CD-110 Kai Winding: Bop City
Criss Cross Jazz 1002-CD Star Highs
Criss Cross Jazz 1007-CD A Ballad Album
Criss Cross Jazz 1010-CD Blues For A Reason
Criss Cross Jazz 1023-CD Back Home
Criss Cross Jazz 1043-CD Conversations With Warne, Vol. 1
Criss Cross Jazz 1103-CD Conversations With Warne, Vol. 2
Crown BRJ-4111 (J) Warne Marsh: Ne Plus Ultra (Title unsure; equivalent of hat ART CD-6063)
Discovery DSCD-945 (US) Warne Marsh Groups: Noteworthy
Fantasy DIDX 4306-4314 Bill Evans The Complete Fantasy Recordings
Fantasy FCD 1012 Bill Evans The Complete Fantasy Recordings
Fantasy Vol. 7 The Complete Fantasy Recordings Of Bill Evans
Fantasy Vol. 8 The Complete Fantasy Recordings Of Bill Evans
Fresh Sound FSCD-1038 Warne Marsh - Red Mitchell Duo Live At Sweet Basil, NY
Fresh Sound FSR-CD 342 2 CD-set Warne Marsh Quintet 'Jazz Of Two Cities'.
Gambit Records 69233 Warne Marsh Quartet Berlin 1980
GoJ CD-53149 Lennie Tristano Trio, Quartet, Quintet, Sextet 1946-1949
GoJ CD-53182 Lee Konitz: Palo Alto
hat ART CD-6063 Ne Plus Ultra
Hatology CD-603 Ne Plus Ultra
HEP CD-12 (E) Buddy Rich And His Legendary '47-'48 Orchestra
HEP CD-56 (E)
Hindsight HCD-618 The Japanese Tour
Hot Club Records HCRCD 07 (F) Sax Of A Kind
Hot Club Records HCRCD 44 (F) Warne Marsh: For The Time Being
In + Out Records 7014 (G) Hans Koller: Out On The Rim
In + Out Records 7017 (G) Jazz Unlimited (various)
Interplay IPCD-8604 Warne Marsh: Posthumous
Interplay IPCD-8609/JARTCD-34 (J) Ballad For You: Warne Marsh
Interplay ABCJ-566 (J) Warne Marsh. Warne Out + 5
Jass Records J-CD-16 C. Parker And The Stars Of Modern Jazz At Carnegie Hall, Xmas. 1949
JAZZBANK/Archives MTCJ-1036 (J) Sax Battle File (54-0100 / 76-0218)
JAZZBANK/Archives MTCJ-1050 (J) Warne Marsh/Personal Statement
JAZZBANK/Five Spot MTCJ-1067 (J) Warne Marsh & Larry Koonse/Final Interplay
Jazz Records 01 Lennie Tristano Quintet: Live At Birdland 1949
Jazz Records 05 Lennie Tristano Quintet Live In Toronto 1952
Jazz Records 09 Lennie Tristano Sextet: Wow
Jazz Records 10 Lennie Tristano: Note To Note
Liberty TOCJ-5444 Warne Marsh Quintet: Jazz Of Two Cities (1993)
Lone Hill Jazz LHJ-10193 Lee Konitz Meets Jimmy Guiffre
Lone Hill Jazz - LHJ10236 The Complete Free Wheeling Sessions
Makin' Friends 19541.2 2CDs (G) Lester Young Vol. 2 (1946-59)
Meantime Records MR-8 Karin Krog Warne Marsh Red Mitchell I Remember You
Mobil Fidelity UDCD-707 Warne Marsh-Lee Konitz Quintet
Mode TFCL-88910 (J) (see Tofrec) Music For Prancing: Warne Marsh Quartet
Moon MCD-048 Lester Young: Rarities
Mosaic MD6-174 6 CD's The Complete Atlantic Recordings of Tristano, Konitz & Marsh
MPS/Verve 821867-2 Supersax Chasin' The Bird
Naked City NCRCD-007 Live In Las Vegas, 1962
OJC 1749 The Right Combination
OJC 186 Lee Konitz
OJC 389 (Contemp./Fantasy) Art Pepper: The Way It Was
OJC 718 (Fantasy) Bill Evans Trio With Lee Konitz & Warne Marsh: Crosscurrents
Philology W 65 (It) Lee Konitz: From Newport To Nice
Prestige PRCD-11010 Art Pepper: The Art Of The Ballad'
RCA 74321.19541 (2CD's) 'Making Friends', Lester Young, Vol. 2 ('46-'59).(Jazz Gallery)
Storyville STCD-4162 (G) Warne Marsh: Newly Warne
Storyville STCD-4165
Storyville STCD-8201 Warne Marsh-Lee Konitz Quintet Live At Club Montmartre, Vol.1
Storyville STCD-8202 Warne Marsh Lee Konitz Quintet Live At Club Montmartre, Vol.2
Storyville STCD-8203 Warne Marsh Lee Konitz Quintet Live At Club Montmartre, Vol.3
Storyville STCD-8252 Red Mitchell Warne Marsh Big Two, Vol. 1
Storyville STCD-8257 Red Mitchell Warne Marsh Big Two, Vol. 2
Storyville STCD-8259 Warne Marsh-4: The Unissued 1975 Copenhagen Studio Recordings
Storyville STCD-8277 Warne Marsh & Kenny Drew Trio: I Got A Good One For You
Storyville STCD-8278 Warne Marsh Trio: The Unissued Copenhagen Studio Recordings
Storyville STCD-8314 Warne Marsh: An Unsung Cat
Tofrec TFCL-88910 (J) (see Mode) Music For Prancing: Warne Marsh Quartet
Vanguard 662.089 The Ted Brown Sextet: Free Wheeling
Venus Jazz TKCZ-79037 Ornithology: Warne Marsh & Kenny Drew Trio
Verve 521.659 2CDs Lee Konitz Live At The Half Note
Verve 523.716 2CDs Karin Krog: Jubilee
Verve 527.780 Lee Konitz Meets Jimmy Giuffre
Verve 819.442 Billy Eckstine: Everything I Have Is Yours
Verve 840.029 Jazz-Club: Vocal (var)
VSOP VAP Inc 85022-30 (J) Prancing
VSOP 8 Warne Marsh 4: Music For Prancing
VSOP 112 Warne Marsh Quartet: Live at Dana Point
Wave CD-06 Release Record. Send Tape
Wave CD-10 Warne Marsh: More From The East Village
Zinnia 103 Sal Mosca - Warne Marsh Quartet, Vol. 1
Zinnia 104 Sal Mosca - Warne Marsh Quartet, Vol. 2