Benny goodman & Benny Carter

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Benny Carter - Reel-to-Reel Tapes

Log #
Tape stock
Contents
Personnel
Notes
Recording
location
Recording date
* Berger
Reference
Service copy
No. of tracks
BCR0001a Scotch 176 (?)  1200'  (1.5 mil) Kool Festival NYC- Django Reinhardt Tribute (VOA b'cast) Carnegie
Hall
6/22/1984
408 BCR0001A&B&C
12
(Nos. 1-12)
BCR0001b Scotch 176 (?)  1200'  (1.5 mil) Kool Festival NYC- Django Reinhardt Tribute (VOA b'cast) Carnegie
Hall
6/22/1984
408 BCR0001A&B&C
7
(Nos.13-19)
BCR0001c Scotch 176 (?) 1200'  (1.5 mil) Kool Festival NYC- Django Reinhardt Tribute (VOA b'cast) Carnegie
Hall
6/22/1984
408 BCR0001A&B&C
5
(Nos.20-24)
BCR0002a Scotch 176 (?)  1200'  (1.5 mil) Kool Festival NYC- Benny Carter Tribute Carnegie
Hall
6/22/1984
409 BCR0002A&B
10
(Nos. 1-10) 
BCR0002b Scotch 176 (?)  1200'  (1.5 mil) Kool Festival NYC- Benny Carter Tribute Carnegie
Hall
6/22/1984
409 BCR0002A&B
10
(Nos.11-20)
BCR0002c Scotch 176 (?)  1200'  (1.5 mil) Kool Festival NYC- Benny Carter Tribute Carnegie
Hall
6/22/1984
409 BCR0002C
4
BCR0003a Scotch 203 (?) 1200'  (1.5 mil) "Manhunter" "complete score" TV film soundtrack LA
7/8/1968
X BCR0003A&B
21
(Nos. 1-21)
BCR0003b Scotch 203 (?) 1200'  (1.5 mil) "Manhunter" "complete score" TV film soundtrack LA
7/8/1968
X BCR0003A&B
16
(Nos.22-37)
BCR0004 Scotch 131 1200'  (1.5 mil) "It Takes a Thief" TV ST LA
1969
X BCR0004
22
BCR0005 Scotch 202 1200'  (1.5 mil) "Killer on the Loose" TV ST: The Bold Ones LA
1970
p. 754 BCR0005
31
BCR0006 Scotch 131 (?) 1200'  (1.5 mil) "The Cruise" ST: Hubley animated film ?
1967
p. 753 BCR0006
15
BCR0007a Scotch 203 (?) 1200'  (1.5 mil) "Incident in Berlin" TV ST: The Name of the Game LA
9/18/1968
p. 754 BCR0007A&B
19
(Nos. 1-19)
BCR0007b Scotch 203 (?) 1200'  (1.5 mil) "Incident in Berlin" TV ST: The Name of the Game LA
9/18/1968
p. 754 BCR0007A&B
8
(Nos.20-27)
BCR0008 Scotch 131 1200'  (1.5 mil) "A Song Called Revenge" TV ST: Chrysler Theater LA
1967 (per imdb.com)
X BCR0008
13
BCR0009a Scotch 131 1200'  (1.5 mil) "After the Lion--Jackals" TV ST: Chrysler Theater LA
1963-1967
p. 756 BCR0009A&B
24
(Nos. 1-24)
BCR0009b Scotch 131 1200'  (1.5 mil) "After the Lion--Jackals" TV ST: Chrysler Theater LA
1963-1967
p. 756 BCR0009A&B
6
(Nos.25-30)
BCR0010a Scotch 138 1200'  (1.5 mil) "The Turncoat" TV ST: Chrysler Theater  LA
10/23/64
(air date)
p. 756 BCR0010A&B
15
(Nos. 1-15)
BCR0010b Scotch 131 1200'  (1.5 mil) "The Turncoat" TV ST: Chrysler Theater  LA
10/23/64
(air date)
p. 756 BCR0010A&B
5
(Nos.16-20)
BCR0011a Scotch 138 1200'  (1.5 mil) "Boom at the Top" TV ST: It Takes a Thief LA
2/18/1969
p. 754 BCR0011A&B
13
(Nos. 1-13)
BCR0011b Scotch 138 1200'  (1.5 mil) "Boom at the Top" TV ST: It Takes a Thief LA
2/18/1969
p. 754 BCR0011A&B
10
(Nos.14-23)
BCR0012 Scotch 203 (?) 1200'  (1.5 mil) Banyon - TV ST ("Johnny Mandel"?) LA
1971
p. 754 BCR0012
23
BCR0013 Scotch 131 1200'  (1.5 mil) "Inside Job" TV ST: Ironside LA
1968-1969
p. 754 BCR0013
23
BCR0014 Scotch 138 1200'  (1.5 mil) "Expose" TV pilot ST LA
10/14/1968
p. 754 BCR0014
16
BCR0015 Scotch 138 1200'  (1.5 mil) "Corridor 400" TV ST: Chrysler Theatre LA
12/27/63
(air date)
p. 755 BCR0015
17
BCR0016 Scotch 131 (?) 1200'  (1.5 mil) "The Candidate" TV ST: Chrysler Theatre LA
12/6/63
(air date)
p. 755 BCR0016
14
BCR0017 Scotch 131 (?) 1200'  (1.5 mil) "The Sojourner" TV ST: Chrysler Theatre LA
5/29/64
(air date)
p. 756 BCR0017
14
BCR0018 Scotch 131 (?) 1200'  (1.5 mil) "Eat, Drink and Be Buried" TV ST: Ironside ("Q.J." i.e. Quincy Jones?) Music by Q. Jones per imdb.com; BC assisted? LA
9/14/67 (per imdb.com)
X BCR0018
24
BCR0019a Scotch 131 (?) 1200'  (1.5 mil) "Jean Arthur Show" #83227 LA
1/13/1966
p. 754 BCR0019A&B
21
(Nos. 1-21)
BCR0019b Scotch 131 (?) 1200'  (1.5 mil) "Jean Arthur Show" #83227A LA
1/13/1966
p. 754 BCR0019A&B
14
(Nos.22-35)
BCR0020 Scotch 111 1200'  (1.5 mil) The Investigators-Murder on Order TV ST LA
1961
p. 753 BCR0020
21
BCR0021 AGFA Magneton (0.5 mil) BC w. Henri Chaix orch.  box says "Zurich" ; same as issued material? Zurich?
11/68
297 +
addendum
BCR0021_S1;
BCR0021_S2
10;7
BCR0022 Scotch 131 (?) 1200'  (1.5 mil) "The Cold Cold War of Paul Bryan" TV ST: Run for Your Life LA
1/13/1966
p. 754 BCR0022
20
BCR0023 Scotch 131 (?) 1200'  (1.5 mil) "Terror Island" TV ST: Chrysler Theatre LA
2/26/65
(air date)
BCR0023
20
BCR0024 Scotch 138 (?) 1200'  (1.5 mil) "Doctor's Dilemma" TV ST: The Bold Ones LA
1970
p. 754 BCR0024
1
BCR0025a Scotch 131 (?) 1200'  (1.5 mil) "Urbanissimo" (Hubley film ST) LA
8/4/1966
p. 752 BCR0025A&B
5
(Nos. 1-5)
BCR0025b Scotch 131 (?) 1200'  (1.5 mil) "Urbanissimo" (Hubley film ST) "In stereo" LA
8/4/1966
p. 752 BCR0025A&B
4
(Nos. 6-9)
BCR0026a Scotch 138 1200'  (1.5 mil) TV Film ST' The Hanged Man #1 LA
tape box: 10/14/68 but film released in 1964!
p. 757 BCR0026A&B
15
(Nos. 1-15)
BCR0026b Scotch 138 1200'  (1.5 mil) TV Film ST' The Hanged Man #2 LA
tape box: 10/14/68 but film released in 1964!
p. 757 BCR0026A&B
4
(Nos.16-19)
BCR0027 Scotch 131 (?) 1200'  (1.5 mil) "The Shattered Glass" TV ST: Chrysler Theatre LA
12/11/64 (air date); dub made (?) 4/2/65 on tape box.
p. 756 BCR0027
22
BCR0028 Scotch 131 (?) 1200'  (1.5 mil) "Four Kings" TV ST" Chrysler Theatre LA
11/1/63
(air date)
BCR0028
18
BCR0029 Scotch 138 1200'  (1.5 mil) "The Crimson Witness" ST: The Alfred Hitchcock Hour LA
1/4/65
(air date)
BCR0029
20
BCR0030a Scotch 138 (?) 1200'  (1.5 mil) "Soul of Billy Baker" pt. 1 LA
?
X BCR0030A&B
15
(Nos. 1-15)
BCR0030b Scotch 138 (?) 1200'  (1.5 mil) "Soul of Billy Baker" pt. 2 LA
?
X BCR0030A&B
12
(Nos.16-27)
BCR0031 Scotch 150 1800' (1.0 mil) - N/A tape blank Benny Carter Seminars, Princeton
Side 1: "Music for Television and Films"
Side 2: "Jazz: Nature and Future"
Princeton
University
2/2/1970
N/A
N/A
BCR0032 Scotch 131 (?) 1200'  (1.5 mil) "Slow Fade to Black" TV ST: Chrysler Theatre aka "The Movie Maker" LA
3/27/64
(air date)
p. 756 BCR 0032
N/A
BCR0033 Scotch 138 1200'  (1.5 mil) "Meal Ticket" TV ST: Chrysler Theatre LA
2/28/64
(air date)
p. 756 BCR 0033
16
BCR0034 Scotch 138 (?) 1200'  (1.5 mil) "Tuesday Bridge Club" TV ST: Ironside LA
1968-1969
p. 754 BCR 0034
16
BCR0035a Scotch 131 (?) 1200'  (1.5 mil) A Man Called Adam: film ST tape 1 NOTE: Probably contains unissued takes cf. Reprise LP NYC
11/19/1965 (date on box)
p. 722 BCR0035A&B
13
(Nos. 1-13)
BCR0035b Scotch 131 (?) 1200'  (1.5 mil) A Man Called Adam: film ST tape 2 NOTE: Probably contains unissued takes cf. Reprise LP NYC
11/19/1965 (date on box)
p. 722 BCR0035A&B
4
(Nos.14-17)
BCR0036 Scotch 131 (?) 1200'  (1.5 mil) A Man Called Adam: film ST  several takes/tracks (?) of "I Want to Be Wanted" and "Whisper to One" NYC
11/65 ?
p. 722 BCR0036
15
BCR0037 Scotch 138 (?) 1200'  (1.5 mil) "Upkeep" and "Help" Hubley Studios film STs "Upkeep" made for IBM (1973); not sure if BC did music for these. ?
ca. 1973
X BCR0037
2
BCR0038 Unknown 600' (0.5 mil) Bertie King, sent to BC--content and personnel announced ?
?
BCR0038
5
BCR0039 Scotch 202 1200'  (1.5 mil) "Beware the Wiles" TV ST: Ironside ("complete score") LA
12/14/1969
p. 754 BCR0039
22
BCR0040 Ampex 611 1200' (1.5 mil) "The Wine of Sweet Remembrance" - Martha Mason BC song; prob. same as issued on 45 rpm Take V label (no issue no.). LA?
ca. 1967
p. 686 BCR0040
1
BCR0041 Scotch 208 (?) 1200' (1.5 mil) BC tribute interviews: Albert Harris/Harry Edison/Joe Williams/Flip Wilson/Buddy Childers/Bob Friedman/Bill MacPherson/Louis Bellson/Quincy Jones/Ray Brown/Tom MacIntosh/Bob Udoff/Mike Gould prob. done in conjunction with surprise tribute to BC at Bob Friedman rec. session LA
ca. 1971
X BCR0041
12
BCR0042 Scotch 111 1200' (1.5 mil) Peggy Lee demo demo tape by Lee and trio of tunes to be arr. by BC for upcoming appearance at Basin St. East (April 1962) ?
ca. early 1962
X BCR0042
13
BCR0043 Scotch 176(?) 600' (1.5 mil) "Benny Carter: Comedy Demo" Large studio orchestra performing a theme by BC in multiple treatment styles and instrumentations--prob. for prospective TV sitcom assignments - Possibly "The Jean Arthur Show"? Music sounds the same... LA
ca. mid 1960s?
X BCR0043
20
BCR0044 Scotch 131(?) 1200' (1.5 mil) Demo of two BC songs: "I Can't Stand to See a Man Cry" and "I'll Be Here with You" unknown vocalist w/rhythm section; BC audible in booth LA, Val
Valentine
Studio
4/5/1968
"I'll Be Here":
p. 567
(Eckstine
version, 1968)
BCR0044
5
BCR0045 Maxell UD XL 35-90B 1800' (1.0 mil) White House Salute to the Newport Jazz Festival of 1978. (see contents inside box) BC plays on two tunes but digitize all Washington,
DC
(The White
House Lawn)
6/18/1978
357 BCR0045_S1_P1;
BCR0045_S1_P2
&S2_P1;
BCR0045_S2_P2
28;16;12
BCR0046 Unknown 800' (0.5? mil) BC-Harry Edison-Ben Webster w. Arnvid Meyer Band Copenhagen
May 1973
possibly
308A
or 308B
(compare)
BCR0046
10
BCR0047 Unknown 600' (1.5 mil) BC interview with Timme Rosenkrantz Inez Cavanaugh also listed on box Copenhagen
prob. May 1973
X BCR0047_S1&S2
12
BCR0048a Unknown 1000' (1.5 mil) BC concert, Karachi Pakistan, tape 1 U.S.State Dept. tour, with Harry Edison (tp), Gildo Mahones (p), John B. Williams (b), Earl Palmer (d), Millicent Browne (v).  Incl. brief intro by Consul General & BC. Karachi,
Pakistan
1/1/1976
326 BCR0048A
16
BCR0048b Unknown 1000' (1.5 mil) BC concert, Karachi Pakistan, tape 2 U.S.State Dept. tour, with Harry Edison (tp), Gildo Mahones (p), John B. Williams (b), Earl Palmer (d), Millicent Browne (v).  Incl. brief intro by Consul General & BC. Karachi,
Pakistan
1/1/1976
326 BCR0048B
17
BCR0049 Scotch 203 1800' (1.0 mil) BC interviewed by Gerald Wilson KBCA, radio LA
5/10/1976
X BCR0049_P1;
BCR0049_P2
18;2
BCR0050 Scotch 206 (?) 1200' (1.5 mil) Background instrumental tracks for singer Yujiro Ishihara; arranged and conducted by BC; vocal tracks added later in Japan Bobby Bryant(tp), Shelly Manne(dms), Jerome Richardson(ts), Buddy Collette(sa), Chuck Domanio(b), Oscar Brasheer(tp), Lloid Ulyate(tp), Jack Nimitz(bs), Al Hendrickson(g) and Artie Kane(p). Supervised by Oliver Nelson
LA
8/30/74 (instrumental tracks)
p. 673-4 BCR0050
10
BCR0051a Scotch 177 (?) 1800' (1.5 mil) BC at Bourbon St., Toronto (12/17/73 & 4/29/75); also perfs. by Bobby Hackett & Vic Dickenson (Colonial Tavern, 4/14/75); Eddie Barefield, Dick Vance, Eddie Durham, Jimmy Crawford, Franklin Skeets, Dick Wellstood (Town Tavern, 4/14/69) Digitize all performances Toronto
1969-1975
X BCR0051A_S1_P1;
BCR0051A_S1_P2
&S2_P1;
BCR0051A_S2_P2
8;14;13
BCR0051b Scotch 177 (?) 1800' (1.5 mil) BC at Bourbon St., Toronto (5/6/75) BC interview (5/7/75); also: Eddie Barefield (Town Tavern, 4/14/69); Roy Eldridge, Town Tavern (7/10/69); Charlie Barnet, Canadian National Exhibition (8/73); Jim Galloway & Dick Wellstood, Fire Hall (9/73); Jim Galloway, Jay McShann, Fire Hall (11/13/73); Teddy Wilson, Fire Hall *10/73) et al. Digitize all performances Toronto
1968-1975
X

BCR0051B_S1_TR1_P1;
BCR0051B_S1_P2
&S2_TR4_P1;
BCR0051B_S2_TR4_P2;
BCR0051B_S1_TR3;
BCR0051B_S2_TR2_P1;
BCR0051B_S2_TR2_P2

6;19;25;
22;19;6
BCR0052a Ampex 456 1200' (1.5 mil) BC session for Pablo Records ("Wonderland" album); unissued tracks, tape 1 NYC
11/30/1976
346 BCR0052A&B
1
(No. 1)
BCR0052b Ampex 456 1200' (1.5 mil) BC session for Pablo Records ("Wonderland" album); unissued tracks, tape 2 NYC
11/30/1976
347 BCR0052A&B
1
(No. 2)
BCR0053a Scotch 131 1200'  (1.5 mil) "Fame Is the Name of the Game" series pilot, reel #1, tape 1 LA
8/29/66 (on tape box)
p. 754 BCR0053A&B&C
17
(Nos. 1-17)
BCR0053b Scotch 131 1200'  (1.5 mil) "Fame Is the Name of the Game" series pilot, reel #1, tape 2 LA
8/29/66 (on tape box)
p. 754 BCR0053A&B&C
5
(Nos.18-22)
BCR0053c Scotch 131 1200'  (1.5 mil) "Fame Is the Name of the Game" series pilot, reel #2 LA
8/30/66 (on tape box)
p. 754 BCR0053A&B&C
15
(Nos.23-37)
BCR0054a Scotch 202 1200'  (1.5 mil) "Name of the Game" Episode: "The Perfect Image," tape 1 LA
11/13/69 (on tape box)
X BCR0054A&B
20
(Nos. 1-20)
BCR0054b Scotch 202 1200'  (1.5 mil) "Name of the Game" Episode: "The Perfect Image," tape 2 LA
11/13/69 (on tape box)
X BCR0054A&B
10
(Nos.11-30)
BCR0055a CBC TA-1003 1200' (1.5 mil) "The Benny Carter Story" pt 1. Radio interview w. Phil McKellar, CKFM (?) Toronto Excellent, wide-ranging interview; good audio Toronto
Mid-December 1973 (while BC appeaing at Bourbon St., Toronto)
X BCR0055A
17
BCR0055b CBC TA-1003 1200' (1.5 mil) "The Benny Carter Story" pt 2. Radio interview w. Phil McKellar, CKFM (?) Toronto Excellent, wide-ranging interview; good audio Toronto
Mid-December 1973 (while BC appeaing at Bourbon St., Toronto)
X BCR0055B
19
BCR0055c CBC TA-1003 1200' (1.5 mil) "The Benny Carter Story" pt 3. Radio interview w. Phil McKellar, CKFM (?) Toronto Excellent, wide-ranging interview; good audio Toronto
Mid-December 1973 (while BC appeaing at Bourbon St., Toronto)
X BCR0055C
15
BCR0056 Scotch 206 600'  (1.5 mil) BC duets with Japanese saxophonist Keiichiro Ebihara:
2 tunes, ? + "There Will Never Be Another You" probably perf. as part of BC All Stars Concert
Tokyo
6/2/1979
X BCR0056
4
BCR0057 Scotch 208(?) 600'  (1.5 mil) Scott Ellworth, KFI, interviews Gene Merlino and Barney Kessel about BC NOTE: taped at a tribute to BC (unknown date) LA
?
X BCR0057
2
BCR0058 Scotch 202(?) 600' (1.5 mil) BC Soundtrack for The Outsider TV series; episode: "The Flipside" LA
1969
p. 754 BCR0058
3
BCR0059a Scotch 138(?) 600' (1.5 mil) "Buck and the Preacher" soundtrack (portions not used in film) [see also BCR0070 (7" reel]
BC musical director; prob. features Sonny Terry (harmonica) LA
1972
p. 752 BCR0059A&B
4
(Nos. 1-4)
BCR0059b Scotch 138(?) 600' (1.5 mil) "Buck and the Preacher" soundtrack, reel 2
BC musical director; prob. features Sonny Terry (harmonica) LA
1972
p. 752 BCR0059A&B
4
(Nos. 5-8)
BCR0060 Scotch 138(?) 600' (1.5 mil) "It's a Lovely World" song demo vocal w. rhythm; two versions: Track 1. "Ballard"; Track 2. "Up Tempo";
Third Track: "A Man Called Adam" (Not Film)
BC comp.; lyric by Al Stillman; pub. by Larry Shayne; never copyrighted by BC per Hilma Carter LA
?
X BCR0060
3
BCR0061 Scotch 141 600' (1.5 mil) "Cheatin' Lips" demo; sung by Sonny Marcell; music by BC, lyric: Paul Vandervoort II
LA?
?
X BCR0061
1
BCR0062 Audiotape 651 600' (1.5 mil) BC song demos--vocals by BC; unidentified pianist (BC?):
"It's a Lovely World" (two versions); "Point of No Return"
NOTE: Plays fast--needs pitch correction.
Tape played back at -2.70%
LA
?
X BCR0062
3
BCR0063 Scotch 111 600' (1.5 mil) "The Patsy" soundtrack portions prob. arr. by BC); includes tap number and "You Turned the Tables on Me" NOTE: Musical director this film: David Raksin; tape box contains Paramount studios session sheet LA,
Paramount Studios
5/5/64 (on session sheet)
X BCR0063
5
BCR0064 Scotch 120(?) 300' (1.5 mil) "To the Destroyers" and "On Censorship" -- instrumental tracks to Victor Lundberg's recitations on Liberty LST7547 ("An Open Letter to My Teenage Son) LA?
1967
p. 665 BCR0064
2
BCR0065 Scotch 131(?) 300' (1.5 mil) "Never, Never , Never," unknown vocalist w. orch arr. by BC. Possibly for TV show? LA?
?
X BCR0065
1
BCR0066 Scotch 131(?) 300' (1.5 mil) "A Man Called Adam" Title track ("All That Jazz) (Soundtrack for film) -- BC comp and arr feat. Nat Adderley NYC
Nov. 1965
p.722-733 BCR0066
1
BCR0067 Scotch 131(?) 300' (1.5 mil) "We're Goin' Together" (prob. BC arr. for TV soundtrack--unidentified singer) LA
?
X BCR0067
1
BCR0068 Scotch 206(?) 300' (1.5 mil) "People, People, People" Soundtrack for animated film produced by Hubley Studios Commissioned for US. Bicentennial, 1976; played by Thad Jones-Mel Lewis Orch. NYC
10/23/1974
p. 753 BCR0068
1
BCR0069 Scotch 131(?) 300' (1.5 mil) "Peaceful Warrior" demo of song -- orig. version for Martin Luther King Suite; 7 takes;
Eleanor Franklin (April Ferris), vocal; BC, piano
NOTE: end of tape damaged;
Bad splice repaired.
BCR0069
7
BCR0070a Scotch 138 (?) 1200'  (1.5 mil) "Buck and the Preacher" Soundtrack ("Roll 1") BC musical director; prob. features Sonny Terry (harmonica) LA
1972
p. 752 BCR0070A&B
34
(Nos. 1-34)
BCR0070b Scotch 138 (?) 1200'  (1.5 mil) "Buck and the Preacher" Soundtrack (cont?) BC musical director; prob. features Sonny Terry (harmonica) LA
1972
p. 752 BCR0070A&B
4
(Nos.35-38)
BCR0071 Scotch 176(?) 900' (1.5 mil) Louis Armstrong reminisces with Vaughn Blaine? (public relations man); also rehearses new song by Sid Culler and BC: "Integrate the Love" -- for upcoming appearance on Flip Wilson show; many jokes and anecdotes; Lucille joins in at end. Louis addresses BC and Sid at end of tape. LA  
prob. Oct. 1970 (Armstrong on Flip Wilson Show, 10/22/70 per Willems, but "Integrate the Love" not listed)
X BCR0071
15
BCR0072 Scotch 131 (?) 1200'  (1.5 mil) "Something About Lee Wiley" (complete score);  NOTE: part of Chrysler Theater series LA
1963
(air date: 10/11/63)
p. 755 BCR0072
10
BCR0073 Scotch 111 1200' (1.5 mil) "Tribute to Art Tatum" on KNX, LA; narrated by Gil Henry.
With phone interviews with BC, Ella Fitzgerald, Dave Dexter, Leopold Stokowski, Francis Scott (Capitol Records exec), Andre Previn, Sarah Vaughan, BC (again) 
LA
Aired on day of Tatum's funeral (date of death: 11/5/56)
X BCR0073
23
BCR0074 Scotch 131 1200'  (1.5 mil) "Ironside" TV soundtrack; episode: "Lost in the Forest" LA
9/14/67 (on session sheet w. box)
p. 754 BCR0074
20
BCR0075 Scotch 131 (?) 1200'  (1.5 mil) Chrysler Theater: "Kicks" LA
10/13/65 (air date per imdb.com)
p. 756 BCR0075
19
BCR0076a Scotch 202 1200' (1.5 mil) ST: "The Enemy Before Us" (from "Name of the Game" TV series), reel 1 identified as "Name of the Game" from TV.com LA
10/26/70 (date on session sheet in box)
X BCR0076A&B
16
(Nos. 1-16)
BCR0076b Scotch 202 1200' (1.5 mil) ST: "The Enemy Before Us" (from "Name of the Game" TV series), reel 2 identified as "Name of the Game" from TV.com LA
10/26/70 (date on session sheet in box)
X BCR0076A&B
10
(Nos.17-26)
BCR0077 Scotch 131 (?) 1200'  (1.5 mil) ST: "Game with Glass Pieces" (From Bob Hope Chrysler Theater) identified from TV.com
NOTE: BC solos on alto throughout
LA
1964 (from TV.com)
X BCR0077
11
BCR0078 Scotch 131 (?) 1200'  (1.5 mil) "Point of No Return" (BC song) rec. by Don Wyatt w. trio
Unissued--rec. for BC's Dome label as well as Capitol--not sure which version this is
LA
1968
p. 720 BCR0078
1
BCR0079 Sound Track 300' (1.5 mil) 1) "Summer Night" (BC comp.) recorded by Harry Jones (v) w. Johnny Keating, ca. 1961
2) "Summer Night" recorded by Mantovani, 1962
NOTE: Sounds distorted; dubbed from some noisy disc source. London?
1961, 1962
1): p. 717
(vocalist
incorrectly
listed as
Harry Williams
2): p. 685
BCR0079
2
BCR0080a Scotch 111 2400' (1.5 mil) BC hosts Gil Henry's radio show, CBS Radio, Hollywood, tape 1 BC announces and plays following records:
1) Keith Williams -  Bernie's Tune
2) Clifford Brown - Yesterdays
3) Lous & Ella: They All Laughed
4) Robert Farnon - Button Up Your Overcoat
5) Alfred Newman - Girl Upstairs
6) Shelly Manne - Jubilation T. Cornpone
LA.
Columbia
Square
Studio
10/20/1957
X BCR0080A&B
13
(Nos. 1-13)
BCR0080b Scotch 111 2400' (1.5 mil) BC hosts Gil Henry's radio show, CBS Radio, Hollywood, tape 2 BC announces and plays following records:
1) Ray Brown - Blues for Sylvia
2) Sarah Vaughan - Lonely Woman
3) Kai & Jay - Out of this World
4) Ruth Olay - Coffee Time
5) Joe Williams/Basie - Alright, Okay, You Win
6) Ted Heath - But Not for Me
7) Pete King - Affair to Remember
8) Basie - Two Franks
LA,
Columbia
Square
Studio
10/20/1957
X BCR0080A&B
15
(Nos.14-28)
BCR0081 Scotch 131 2400' (1.5 mil) Chrysler Theater ST - unknown episode NOTE: Short alto solo passages by BC LA
1963-1967
? BCR0081
17
BCR0082 Scotch 131 2400' (1.5 mil) unissued studio session, Paris; Stanley Wilson orch w. BC, guest soloist 1) The Very Thought of You (arr: Wilson)
2) He Needs Me (arr: Williams)
3) Never More (arr: Wilson)
4) What Kind of Fool Am I? (arr: BC)
5) Room With A View (arr: Williams)
6) British Grenadiers (arr: Williams)
7) Poor Little Rich Girl (arr: BC)
8) Show Me the Way to Go Home (arr: BC)
9) These Foolish Things (arr: Wilson)
10) Serenade to a Wealthy Widow (arr: Wilson)
11) Greensleeves (arr: Williams)
12) Roses of Picardy (arr: BC)
arrs. by BC, Stanley Wilson, and John Williams
Paris
May 1963
284 BCR0082
12
BCR0083a prob. Kodak or AGFA?;
2400' (1.5 mil)
tightwound onto a standard NAB hub & reel assembly and reboxed 11/14/2010.
KPM Music Library (Keith Prowse Music); music for lease to TV and film prods.;BC comps, arrs, also solos in places;
NOTE: After digitized, compare with KPM issued discs
NOTE: After digitized, compare with KPM issued discs to see if any new material Paris
May 1963
286 BCR0083A&B
26
(Nos. 1-26)
BCR0083b prob. Kodak or AGFA?;
1200' (1.5 mil)
tightwound onto a standard slotless reel assembly and reboxed 2/17/2010.
KPM Music Library (Keith Prowse Music); music for lease to TV and film prods.;BC comps, arrs, also solos in places;
NOTE: After digitized, compare with KPM issued discs
NOTE: After digitized, compare with KPM issued discs to see if any new material Paris
May 1963
286 BCR0083A&B
26
(Nos.27-52)
BCR0084 Scotch 202 1200'  (1.5 mil) Sarah Vaughan, unissued Pablo session; Duke Ellington Songbook:
1) Tonight I Shall Sleep (tk.6)
2) Sophisticated Lady (tk.2)
3) In a Sentimental Mood (tk.3)
4) Lush Life (tk.1)
5) Solitude (tk.2)
6) Day Dream (tk.2)
7) Day Dream (tk.3)"
BC arr/cond; horns and strings Los Angeles
8/14/1979
p. 714 BCR0084
7

* For some of these recordings, more information may be available in the Benny Carter discography in volume 2 of Benny Carter: A Life in American Music, 2nd edition (Scarecrow Press, 2002) by Morroe Berger, Edward Berger and James Patrick. The Berger Reference column lists relevant page numbers or session numbers from that work

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