Bass – George Duvivier Composed By, Directed By, Guitar – Mundell Lowe Drums – Ed Shaughnessy Flute – Walter Levinsky (tracks: B1 to B5) French Horn – James Buffington (tracks: A1 to A5) Guitar – Barry Galbraith (tracks: B1 to B5) Piano, Vibraphone (Vibes) – Eddie Costa Saxophone (Alto) – Ray Beckenstein (tracks: A1 to A5), Walter Levinsky Saxophone (Baritone) – Gene Allen (tracks: B1 to B5), Sol Schlinger (tracks: A1 to A5) Saxophone (Tenor) – Al Cohn, Al Klink (tracks: A1 to A5), Oliver Nelson (tracks: B1 to B5) Trombone – Geo "Buster" Cooper, Jimmy Cleveland, Urbie Green (tracks: A1 to A5) Trumpet – Bernie Glow, Clark Terry, Doc Severinsen, Ernie Royal, Joe Newman (tracks: A1 to A5) Producer, Directed By – Aubrey L. Mayhew Engineer (Rca) – Bob Simpson
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Director Aubrey Mayhew was an interesting character in addition to directing this film he was a Record producer and collector of John F Kennedy memorabilia.
Read his obit here
At one time he owned the Charlie Parker Label
Record company and label founded by Doris Parker (Charlie Parker’s widow) and Aubrey Mayhew in New York in 1961. Its original purpose was to make available previously unissued recordings by Parker, and two albums of such material were made. Three further albums, of recordings originally issued by Le Jazz Cool, were also released. In addition the company reissued the sides made by Red Norvo for Comet and made available for the first time commercially air
Now owned by Koch
Charlie Parker catalog acquired
April 08, 2005|From Associated Press
Music by Charlie Parker, Lester Young, Stan Getz and others will be reissued by Koch Records Nashville, which has acquired the Charlie Parker Records catalog.
Charlie Parker Records, named for the influential jazz saxophonist, operated from the late 1950s to the mid-'60s. The catalog was owned by music producer Aubrey Mayhew. Terms of the deal, which includes music publishing company Charlie Parker Music, weren't disclosed.
Nick Hunter, general manager of Koch Records Nashville, said there are about 55 albums in the catalog and some unreleased material. The roster includes works by Cecil Payne, the Orioles, Miles Davis, Barney Kessel and Pete Jolly. "Very little of this stuff has ever been out on CD before," he said.